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From teaching from the heart to teaching with a heart: Segmenting filipino college students’ views of their teachers’ caring behavior and their orientations as cared-for individuals
Caring, as a universal human phenomenon, should permeate elementary, secondary and tertiary level instruction. The practice of teaching, especially at the tertiary level, is not only substantial andExpand
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University teachers' experiences in courseware development
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The professoriate is increasingly expected to infuse computer technology in teaching. Expand
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Surfacing Filipino School Children's Images of Librarians through Doodling
This qualitative study describes how Filipino grade school pupils in a private, sectarian school in Manila, Philippines identify their views and images of the librarian. Two hundred fifty-eight (258)Expand
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Understanding the Essence of Scholarship From the Lived Experiences of a Select Group of Outstanding Filipino Researchers
Capitalizing on the power of narrative-interpretive method in surfacing the essence and the multiple layers of meanings embedded in subjective realities, this qualitative study captured the livedExpand
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The Relations of Employability Skills to Career Adaptability among Technical School Students.
Abstract This two pronged study reports the initial validation of the psychometric properties and factor structure of the Career Adapt-Abilities Scale (CAAS) in the context of Papua New Guinea (PNG)Expand
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Reforms in Philippine Basic Education Viewed from Key Elements of Successful School-Based Management (SBM) Schools
While it is true that SBM shapes and charts the direction of school operations, it is interesting to discuss how a developing country like the Philippines is influenced by this reform strategy as aExpand
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Understanding the elements of empathy as a component of care‐driven leadership
Empathy plays a pivotal role in educational leadership practice. It creates and maintains a sound and dynamic interpersonal milieu in dynamic social enterprises such as schools, colleges, andExpand
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It Takes Two to Tango: Phenomenologizing Collaborative Mindset of Filipino Academic Deans
The academic deanship is a unique position within a university and is one of the most difficult and misunderstood positions in higher education (Mc Daniel, Peabody J Educ 55(4):358–363, 1978; GmelchExpand
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For your Eyes Only: A Q-Methodology on the Ontology of Happiness Among Chronically Ill Filipino Elderly in a Penal Institution
Happiness is a positive phenomenon that is universal in nature and is therefore, pertinent to all human beings. However, the definition of happiness differs from person to person, and varies amongExpand
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