Students’ Perceptions and Learning Gains Using Whole Brain Teaching Strategy in the STEM Strand of K to 12 Education

Authors: Cecilia O. Bucayong, Myra Vanessa C. Teofilo, Vanie Y. Benben, Jaymor O. Ledesma

Volume: 23 (2019) Issue 1, Category: Social Science

In this study, the researchers explored the effectiveness of Whole Brain Teaching (WBT) in teaching circuits to Senior High Students (SHS), particularly Academic track, STEM strand of K to 12 curriculum. Learning activities in electric circuits were developed as WBT… More
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Cebuano Particles and their Functions in Selected Radio Segments

Authors: Michaella C. Fronteras, Mary Ann P. Malimas, Charis C. Pielago

Volume: 23 (2019) Issue 1, Category: Social Science

This study analyzed the Cebuano-Bisaya particles and their corresponding functions, as well as their frequency of usage between two disk jockeys (DJs) and a random number of callers. The current research involved six (6) chosen 99.5 RT Ninduta Ah! Radio… More
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The Bliss and Burdens of Grandparents in Child Caregiving: The Case in Bukidnon

Authors: Raquelyn Jumawan-Dadang

Volume: 23 (2019) Issue 1, Category: Social Science

Grandparenting is a phenomenon in the Philippines. Grandparents attending to their grandchildren in schools and at home is a common scenario. They serve as caregivers or child-minders, extending financial, physical, moral, and spiritual support. Hence, the study was conducted to… More
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When Information Technology Fails: A Challenge for Nurses

Authors: Richard Allan. R. Soliven, Mae Dayanne M. Soliven

Volume: 23 (2019) Issue 1, Category: Social Science

Within the dynamics of technology, it is the increasing complexity of healthcare that inhibits and makes barriers to the transformational reforms of healthcare delivery. The technology nurses encounter in the nursing practice drastically improves patient care and safety. However, nurses’… More
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Non-CO2 Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Field Burning of Crop Residues in the Philippines: 1990-2015

Authors: Jose Hermis P. Patricio

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 2, Category: Natural Science

About 32% of the Philippine land area is devoted for agriculture. Given this, the agriculture sector is expected to increasingly generate significant emissions of non-carbon dioxide (CO2) greenhouse gases (GHG) and their precursors such as methane (CH4), carbon monoxide (CO),… More
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