TERESITA TANHUECO-TUMAPON

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Part I WHEN we speak about the spectrum of Teacher Education, we refer to the phases that a licensed teacher undergoes—the pre-service phase, which covers from recruitment or from choice of a teacher education college, admission, progression and graduation from a baccalaureate in teaching—whether it be on early childhood, special…

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LEARNING contracts provide a commitment for adults to learn, guiding learners to keep track of their choice of learning goals. With reference to continuing professional development (CPD) of the academics themselves, a learning contract may be defined as “a written plan that describes what an individual will learn as a…

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THESES and dissertations are usually organized into five chapters. The Abstract precedes the five chapters, namely: Chapter 1 – Introduction, Chapter 2 – Literature Review, Chapter 3 – Methodology, Chapter 4 – Results, Analysis and Interpretation, and Chapter 5 – Conclusion and Recommendations. In some universities, Chapter 4 dwells only…

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WE focus on quality assurance (QA) units in this issue. QA facilities support academics in the teaching and learning function. The process of teaching and learning embed social realities that we, as academics, have to contend with. Adapting instruction to our learners’ diverse “abilities, learning styles, personality traits and needs,”…

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