TERESITA TANHUECO-TUMAPON

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IN our last conversation, we focused on the first two education priorities of Asean 2015. What we suggested were a mix of Asean-related activities in and outside formal classes, extending our reach to our various communities through civic engagement. Also as academics, that we enhance our scholarship on the Filipino…

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LATE March to middle April will see campuses all over the country decked with the usual stage décor heralding a milestone for many Filipino families. In quest of a better life, a son or daughter or a next of kin or even a parent joins graduation ceremonies (pagtatapos) – a…

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SO soon! Indeed time flies at lightning speed and here staring at us is Asean 2015! And what’s in it for us in academe? But first, a very brief overview of Asean. We are one of ten countries wishing to band together as a single market. We expect that by…

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Having taught for some time courses on leadership, I realized that parenting styles are similar to the classic styles of leadership which are omnipresent in management books. Such styles may not be appropriate always but are the more appropriate under certain circumstances. These three decision-making styles are: authoritarian, democratic and…

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THE years when the paradigm was input-process-output are long gone. What’s in these days is input-process–output-outcomes.  Where before accreditation commissions were contented with knowing how many students enrol in each of our degree programs and how many graduate, nowadays we are asked, how many pass the licensure examinations. Years later,…

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