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  • Drug Abuse Research

    Bergado, Head of the Graduate School of Tiburcio Tancinco Memorial Institute of Science and Technology, chair of the examination panel, for the assistance, support, and challenges initiated to the writer to finish the study; Dr. Socorro O. Bohol, President of Samar State College of Agriculture and Forestry...

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  • Impact Evaluation of Extension Programs

    COMMUNITY EXTENSION PROGRAMS’ IMPACT IN ADOPTED PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN REGION 1 EDWIN C. CANCINO, PhD COLEGIO DE DAGUPAN FEBRUARY 2011 TABLE OF CONTENTS Title Page No. I. Research Title 3 II. Name of Proponent/Institution 3 ...

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  • Education

    STYLE PREFERENCES AND EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY OF TEACHER EDUCATION FACULTY AT A STATE UNIVERSITY By CINDI H. FRIES Bachelors of Science in Education, Special Education University of Tulsa Tulsa, Oklahoma 1982 Masters of Education, Counseling Northeastern State University Tahlequah, Oklahoma 1989 Submitted...

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  • Term Paper

    Chapter 1.Introduction 1.1. Project Context This capstone project entitled “Computerized Library System of University of La Salette College Department” is a software and hardware development project to computerized the records of the university library concentrating on the records of returning and...

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  • thesis

    Chapter 1: Introduction Absenteeism The success of the school in carrying out its primary charge of educating and socializing students is contingent on students attending school regularly. In recognition of the importance of regular school attendance to quality education, attendance becomes a priority...

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  • The Importance of Considering Philosophical and Psychological Foundations in Developing a Curriculum.

    (1982); Interviews were conducted with a state director of business and office education, superintendent, curriculum director, director of vocational education, principal, business education department chairman, business education faculty member, parent, and student. The instrument used was "What Do You...

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  • TEACHER TRAINING AND HIGH QUALITY OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN HARGEISA, SOMALILAND

    TEACHER TRAINING AND HIGH QUALITY OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN HARGEISA, SOMALILAND. ___________________ A Proposal Presented during the course of research methodology in Admas University college Hargeisa, Somaliland __________________ In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the course Of research...

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  • Thesis

    Choosing Courses that Fits the 4th yr Students of St. Thomas Academy” This study will discuss about the advantages of preparing for choosing the courses that fits for the 4th year students of St. Thomas Academy. We prepared a survey to be answered by the senior students of St. Thomas Academy to carry out...

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  • A Pseudo-Phenomenological Inquiry on the Anatomy of the Outstanding Teacher Educators in a State University in the Philippines

    Outstanding Teacher Educators in a State University in the Philippines Bonimar A. Tominez, Ph.D. & John Octavious S. Palina, Ph.D. Abstract This study was envisioned to investigate the variables that craft the teaching effectiveness of outstanding teachers of the College of Teacher Education...

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  • Probation Aid

    attempted to provide information on the roles and responsibilities performed by the volunteer probation aid. This study might be significant mostly to the students specially those learners taking up criminology and studying laws. The result of this study could also be significant to the management of the volunteer...

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  • Mother Tongue

    subjects except in English subject but kept the technical terms in English. Mother tongue used in Mathematics opens hope and opportunities for math teachers to introduce the lesson easily and pupils will learn comfortably and clearly through learning mathematics on their own language. Teaching and learning...

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  • student interest

    Increasing Student Interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM): Massachusetts STEM Pipeline Fund Programs Using Promising Practices Prepared for the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education March 2011 Acknowledgements Increasing Student Interest in STEM Acknowledgements ...

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  • Office Administration Thesis

    FACTORS RELATED TO DROP OUTS AND PERFORMANCE OF CWTS STUDENTS AT LAGUNA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY SAN PABLO CITY CAMPUS ACADEMIC YEAR 2010 - 2011 ------------------------------------------------- A Research Paper Presented to the Faculty of the College of Teacher Education Laguna State Polytechnic...

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  • University Thrust

    institutions’ programs and activities are embedded in its thrust to achieve their vision- mission and objective. A Thrust, when referred to an institution, means as the powerful force in leading the institution in its desired disposition. According to Prof. Edwin L. Apawan, a faculty of College of Education...

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  • Guidance and Counseling Program Needs

    GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING PROGRAM NEEDS AS PERCEIVED BY SELECTED THIRD AND FOURTH YEAR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN CAVITE STATE UNIVERSITY LABORATORY SCHOOL A Special Topic Submitted to the Faculty of the Cavite State University In Partial Fulfilment Of the Requirements for the degree of Master of...

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  • Performance of Sdssu in the Licensure Examination for Teachers

    of education programs of a certain college or university. This, aside from adding zest within the vicinity of school academe, is the reason why schools offering education courses crave for high percentage of LET passers (Philippine Journal of Education, 2005). Today, prospective teachers must clear a...

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  • Education

    Improving Student Learning By Supporting Quality Teaching: A Survey of School Finance Policies and Key Issues, Effective Strategies Outcomes Amy M. Hightower Rachael C. Delgado Sterling C. Lloyd Rebecca Wittenstein Kacy Sellers Christopher B. Swanson December 2011 Improving Student Learning...

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  • Effectiveness of Pccr Review Center

    EFFECTIVENESS OF PHILIPPINE COLLEGE OF CRIMINOLOGY REVIEW CENTER A Thesis Presented to the Faculty College of Criminology Philippine College of Criminology In Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirements in Criminological Research and Statistic Leading to the Degree Bachelor of Science in Criminology...

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  • Thesis

    hospitality managers there has never been a better time to gain a qualification in this dynamic global industry. The Hotel and Restaurant Management program responds to this challenge with a comprehensive blend of practical and theoretical courses driven by hotel industry. The HRM curriculum combines courses...

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  • Perception of the Selected Students of St. Anne College Lucena Incorporated on Comprehensive Dangerous Drug Act of 2002 (R.A. 9165)

    resolution of issues concerning drugs abuse and understanding of basic pharmacology is requisite for informed discussion on practically of every drug related issue and controversy one does not have to look far to find misinformed debate, much of which surrounds the basic lack of knowledge of how drug works...

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