TERESITA TANHUECO-TUMAPON

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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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EARLIER we wrote on how during this March, so associated with graduation, students in their senior or fifth year are pressed for time to finish writing a research report, which usually is the required capstone of one’s major study area. We mentioned several causes of why oftentimes students do not…

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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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IN late March and this April, graduation ceremonies highlight the end of this school year. Quite historic — because of the impending effects of our transition to K-12 which could leave HEI’s with much unused physical and human resources as well. There’s the problem with tenured academics who with mutual…

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THE time-old threefold function of higher education is research, instruction and extension. In Philippine state colleges and universities, production has been added as a fourth function.  All these functions are supposedly tied up together, each, in the service of the other for higher education to be truly a potent provider…

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THE 1986 People Power or EDSA is an event all our own as it was too, for me in a personal way. Millions of Filipinos gathered at the Epifanio delos Santos Avenue (EDSA) February 22 to 25 “filling the capital’s main artery . . .and begin a new era marked…

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