• Comparative Effects of Innovative and Traditional Strategies in Teaching Physics on the Achievement and Attitude of Bachelors of Science in Secondary Education Freshmen, Naval Institute of Technology, Naval, Biliran:
    Comparative Effects of Innovative and Traditional Strategies in Teaching Physics on the Achievement AND Attitude of Bachelors of Science in Secondary Education Freshmen, Naval Institute of Technology, Naval, Biliran: Basis for Instructional Development By: MINERVA E. SAÑOSA. Ed.D. Associate...
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  • Effects of Analogy Approach in Teaching
    educators view teaching as organized, purposeful and deliberate efforts designed to bring about certain desirable ends in an individual. Garcia (2000) states that a teacher must know what teaching is because his concept of teaching will guide his behaviour and his own interpretation of teaching that becomes...
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    Republic of the Philippines Commission on Higher Education Don Honorio Ventura Technological State University Bacolor, Pampanga Experiencing the Teaching and Learning Process Field Study II Second Semester S.Y. 2011-2012 Mr. Grengel Manalus Merza ...
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  • Traditional and Alternative Teaching
    INTRODUCTION THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND It is well known that children learn in various ways and have their own individual styles and strategies. Some may enjoy group works, others individual works. Some may prefer teacher instructions with worksheets and firm direction, rather than self-generated...
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  • Thesis Proposal
    The Teacher’s Performance in Teaching Science and Technology IV in Selected Public Secondary Schools in Cabuyao, Laguna S.Y. 2009-2010 Thesis Proposal A Requirement in RH 631 - Research Seminar 2 Submitted by: EDEN . LIBRERO Submitted to: Dr. SAMUEL M. SALVADOR Chapter...
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  • “the Effect of Integrating Creative Problem Solving Process on the Academic Performance of the 3rd Year Bscs Students of Capitol University in Probability and Statistics”
    creative problem solving process and how it affects the academic performance of the students. Its primary purpose is to introduce new strategies into the realm of teaching that is both effective and interactive. This paper also made use of a quasi experimental design where two classes were selected, one...
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  • Teachers and Substitutes
    similarities and differences between teachers and substitutes. Their life at school can almost be identical at times and then be drastically different. Some of the similarities and differences are their duties and responsibilities, classroom management, and their teaching strategies. Teachers and...
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  • Action Research in Science Grade 6
    descriptive-comparative research which will determine the differences and relationship on the levels of achievement and satisfaction in Science and Health 6 of the two groups of pupil respondents consisting of 15 members each when taught using the cooperative learning strategy and computer-aided instruction using the...
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  • The Use of Scientific Games in Teaching Science
    scientific and technology efficiency among the pupils and the students. Thus, it is necessary to evolve a strong science program in all levels. So, the teaching of science should be effectively earned out so as to satisfy the National Development Goals. Science is a multifaceted subject, limitless in extent...
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  • Teaching Cross Culturally
    Teaching Abroad: A Culturally Appropriate Education Method Alethia once again left her classroom troubled and perplexed over the day’s events. She reflected over the last three months of teaching abroad in India. At first, she anticipated the challenge of teaching in another culture and bringing new...
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    The effect of Jigsaw IV on the achievement of course of language teaching methods and techniques Sedat Maden Department of Turkish Language Education, Faculty of Education, Cumhuriyet University, Turkey. E-mail: sedd52@gmail.com. Fax: 03462191224. Accepted 27 October, 2010 The purpose of the study...
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  • Morpho-Comprehensive Report
    Course Code: CAE 214 Course Title: Teaching English as a Second Language Professor: DR. MERLITA Q. SANTOS Lecture Series No. _____ I. WHAT IS THE LECTURE ALL ABOUT? The lecture is about the historical and grammar-based approaches to teaching English as a second language. Historical...
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  • The Effect of using Suggested programme of Educational activities through multiple intelligences theory on geography achievement to secondary school first Graders
    Curricula and Methods of Teaching The Effect of using Suggested programme of Educational activities through multiple intelligences theory on geography achievement to secondary school first Graders A Thesis Submitted by Maha Kamal Hefny Demonstrator of the Dep. Of Curricula and Methods of Teaching...
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  • Documentary
    most current issues in the Romanian university discourse. Although this theme is not new, the inclusion by ARACIS as an indicator of quality in the teaching practice prompted a re-approach and its re-conceptualization in terms of global trends in education, the demands of society is in constant change...
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  • Project 1
    Language Learning Strategies: Theory and Research by Carol Griffiths School of Foundations Studies AIS St Helens, Auckland, New Zealand Occasional Paper No. 1 February 2004 Abstract What is considered by many to be the pioneering work in the field of language learning strategies was carried out...
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  • differentiation
    DIFFERENTIATION – WHAT and HOW? A few decades ago the world of education was very exercised by the forerunner of differentiation which was called ‘mixed ability teaching’. Then people began to realise it was not just ability that could be “mixed’’ and that teachers had to cope with a plethora of differences: learning...
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  • The Effect of Using Kwl (Know, Want, Learned) Strategy on Efl Students’ Reading Comprehension Achievement
    THE EFFECT OF USING KWL (KNOW, WANT, LEARNED) STRATEGY ON EFL STUDENTS’ READING COMPREHENSION ACHIEVEMENT By: Risnawati (Lecturer of English Department at IAIN Bengkulu) Abstract: There is a fact that most of the Secondary School students are still low in comprehending reading...
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  • Using Instructional Materials to Sustain Pss2 Secretarial Students’ Interest in Office Practice Subject at Joy Professional Academy, Kumasi
    CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the Study A teaching method may be described as the standard procedure in the presentation of instructional materials and the content of activities. It is the way and manner in which the teacher presents his/her lesson to enable his/her students acquire...
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  • The Efficacy of teaching methodologies of B.A. Faculty of Arellano University-JAS Campus: Basis for teaching enhancement program
    INTRODUCTION Strategy refers to the art of planning some cause of action and coordinating the implementation of that plan. It represents a broader view of the overall goal. The strategic nature of teaching requires an understanding of the biggest picture of what is to occur during a lesson or during...
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  • Transmitter of Knowledge
    respectively and to compare the effectiveness of these models in the teaching of Social Studies. The pretest posttest control group experimental design was chosen for the experiment. It was hypothesized that there would be significant difference between mean achievement scores of the two experimental groups and...
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