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ArchiCAD 5.0 reference guide.


1996.

Budapest, Hungary: Graphisoft Support Centre North East, Inc.,

A broad overview of ARchiCAD 5.0 reference guide and highlights new features of version 5.0
that presents the ArchiCAD workplace with a discussion of each visible element on the start up
screen, examines the ArchiCad user interface explaining the concepts and techniques you'll need to
utilize in the ArchiCAD toolbox, and discusses the ArchiCAD menus.
R 721.0285 Ar2
ArchiCAD 5.0 tutorial guide.
1997.

Reference

(DAFA)

Budapest, Hungary: Graphisoft Support Centre North East, Inc.,

A project called Quick Building for exploring ArchiCAD's basis at your own speed; introduce a
portions of the ArchiCAD's work environment using a series of lesson containing short exercises and
lesson in section and introduce techniques that will be applied to a building in section two.
R 721.0285 Ar2
ArchiCAD 6.0 GDL reference.
1998.

Reference

(DAFA)

Budapest, Hungary: Graphisoft Support Centre North East, Inc.,

A complete reference for the Geometric Description Language (GDL) available in ArchiCAD
and gives an overview of the different methods custom modeling with a detailed description of GDL
including syntax definition, commands, variables,etc; helps you learn to apply ArchiCAD's GDL for
dressing up your project with objects, ornaments, and other details of your own design.
R 721.0285 Ar2

Reference

(DAFA)

ArchiCAD 6.0 reference guide.


1998.

Budapest, Hungary: Graphisoft Support Centre North East, Inc.,

Presents each of the interface components with respect to the role they play in your overal
work environment, examines the implementation of basic architectural concepts in ArchiCAD's Virtual
building, concentrates on construction aids, techniques, and tips available, explores ArchiCAD
toolbox, discusses pull-down menus and introduces element types stored in outside files including
doors, windows, lamps, general objects and includes an index.
R 721.0285 Ar2

Reference

ArchiCAD reference guide version 7.0 vol.1: concepts and techniques.


Graphisoft Support Centre North East, Inc., 2001.

(DAFA)
Budapest, Hungary:

Features the ArchiCAD workplace which presents each of the interface components with
respect to the role they play in your overall work environment, the basic concepts that examines the
implementation of basic architectural concepts in ArchiCAD's virtual building, construction techniques,
ArchiCAD tools,menu commands and Library handling and includes a see also reference.
R 721.0285 Ar2
ArchiSITE 5.5 reference manual.
1998.

Reference

(DAFA)

Budapest, Hungary: Graphisoft Support Centre North East, Inc.,

Provides a guided tour inside ArchiSITE, highlighting some of the features of the program,
introduces the ArchiSITE wear interface and provides a detailed description of the techniques and
toolbox and discusses the manners; includes an appendix,glossary, and index.
R 721.0285 Ar2
Art. lantis render 3.0 tutorial and guide.
East, Inc., 1997.

Reference

(DAFA)

Budapest, Hungary: Graphisoft Support Centre North

Helps you create high quality photo-realistic rendered images, animations and virtual reality
quickly and efficiently using Art. lantis Render, an innovative tool that is easy to use and applicable to
a wide range of graphic creation; you choose materials and set their parameters while working in a
law definition preview window, where image is immediately calculated and updated before calculating
the final in high definition.
R 721.0285 Ar2

Reference

(DAFA)

Attitude of saleslady/salesman towards incentives, benefits, and rewards in relation to their


work performance, by Ariel Amadeo, Christine Nina Bermajo, Julie Rose Maturan and
Jaymar Patrocenio. Dumaguete City: Foundation University, 2014.
A study about the saleslady/salesman's attitude towards incentives, rewards, or benefits in
relation to their work performance; recommends that the management must conduct a specific
program for salespersons to make them more production and profit oriented, rewards should be given
to those who work beyond expectations to encourage others to perform well, and proper orientation
should be practical before joining or working for the company.
UGT Am1

Undergraduate

Behavior in organization: an experimental approach, by A.B. (Rami) Shani and others.


York, USA: McGraw-Hill/Irwin, 2009.

(CBA)
New

Designed to meet needs that other texts do not satisfy, continuos to take hands-on
experimental approach to organizational behavior with the majority of exercises, role playing
situations, and cases developed in and for management training workshops; aims to help students be
the best they can be as tomorrow's socially responsible leaders of organizations.
Gr. 302.35 Sh1

Graduate

(GS)

Challenges affecting human resource professionals of SPI global and student universe in
universe in Dumaguete City in Terms of recruitment and selection, by Marivic P. Merjuar
and Lenniel Amor M. Padsas. Dumaguete City: Foundation University, 2015.
A study that determine the challenges affecting human resource professionals of SPI Global
and Student Universe in Dumaguete city in terms of recruitment and and selection; shows that
respondents from the two BPO companies have the same monthly salaries, are 30-34 years old,
female, single, and composed of regular and contractual employees and recommends that applicants
should be screened and assessed not by physical appearance, but through personal ad technical
competency.
UGT M54

Undergraduate

(CBA)

Consumer buying behavior of Dumaguetenos toward generic medicines, by Antonio V. Ambos


and others. Dumaguete City: Foundation University, 2015.
Aims to determine the buying behavior of Dumaguetenos towards generic medicines with
respondents aged from 18-70 years old; based on the findings, it was concluded that there are a
great number of Dumaguetenos who purchase generic medicines as they are cheaper and
moderately effective; many Dumaguetenos don't buy generic due to lack of endorsement and view
generic medicines as sub-standard and ineffective.
UGT Am1

Undergraduate

(CBA)

Consumer buying behavior toward direct selling purchase, by Cherry S. Argonista and others.
Dumaguete City: Foundation University, 2015.
Investigates the consumer buying behavior towards direct selling in Dumaguete City in the
school year 2014-2015 with 399 respondents taken as samples; shows that there are a great number
of respondents who have purchased direct selling due to influence from friends, parents and
advertisement, celebrities, coworkers/peers and distributors.
UGT Ar3

Undergraduate

Customer's perception on phone imitations, by Melissa Cuevas and others.


Foundation University, 2015.

(CBA)
Dumaguete City:

Aims to know the attitudes of the Dumaguetenos towards imitated mobile phones in terms of
how their decisions are affected by the factors in terms of necessity, social pressure, family pressure,
convenience, inadvertence and low price; reveals that the respondents have different responses in
different areas that affect their attitude toward imitated mobile phones and strongly agree that
imitations are affordable, but have low quality cameras and are mostly influenced by friends.
UGT C89

Undergraduate

(CBA)

Economic status of "Ukay-ukay" owners in Dumaguete City, by Bryan John T. Bacurnay and
others. Dumaguete City: Foundation University, 2015.
Aims to determine the economic status of Ukay-ukay owners in Dumaguete City; concludes
that most respondents were of the age category from 38-43 years old, there are more female owners,
majority are married, have a minimum of five dependents, and are mostly college level, have a
starting capital of P10,000 and most can save below P3,000 from an average monthly of P5,000 and
should be introduced to financial literacy for investment and saving purposes.
UGT B13

Undergraduate

(CBA)

Economic status of pedicab drivers in Dumaguete City, by Mary Grace Asenas and others.
Dumaguete City: Foundation University, 2015.
Aims to describe the status of pedicab drivers of Dumaguete City as a growing work force and
focuses on the age, civil status, number of dependents and savings per day; reveals that all the
respondents are male, majority at age of 31 to 38 with most of them married with almost all of them
having four dependents and are high school graduate, drive full time and most of them do not own the
pedicab they use, earn P6000/month minimum and P6999/month maximum. Being just a high school
graduate, they need to be educated to become respectable and responsible and make them a more
contributing member of society.
UGT As2

Undergraduate

(CBA)

Establishment of "The Platform" Sports Club and Fitness Center at Uymatiao Realty
Development Corporation Building, Dumaguete City, by Pristine Joy D. Abellanosa and
others. Dumaguete City: Foundation University, 2014.
Aims to determine the feasibility of establishing The Platform Sports Club and Fitness Center at
Uymatiao Realty Development Corporation Building, corner Real Street and Epifanio Surban Street,
Dumaguete City; shows that the project is feasible from the marketing, management, technical,
financial and socio-economic aspects as most respondents are willing to patronize the project, will
create income for people as well as the local government.
UGT Ab3

Undergraduate

(CBA)

Establishment of Golden Shrimp Hatchery at Barangay Maayong Tubig, Dauin, Negros


Oriental, by Jescel A. Abento, Alexis R. Nuay, Catalino L. Ojoy and Felipe Z. Tabares.
Dumaguete City: Foundation University, 2015.
Aims to determine the feasibility of operating Golden Shrimp Hatchery at Barangay Maayong
Tubig, Dauin, Negros Oriental; shows that the project is feasible in the marketing, management,
technical, financial, and socio-economic aspects as it will create income for the owner, create
employment for workers, service the community, and generate revenue for the local government.
UGT Ab1

Undergraduate

(CBA)

Establishment of GW Interior and Exterior Designer Shop in Calindagan, Dumaguete City,


Negros Oriental, by Jorne T. Absin. Dumaguete City: Foundation University, 2014.
Aims to determine the feasibility and viability of establishing an interior and exterior designer
shop in Calindagan, Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental employing the project feasibility method; show
that the proposal project is feasible from it's marketing, technical, financial and socio-economic
aspects as many are willing to patronize the business, the site in suitable, will create employment,
cater to the needs of the people, and generate income for the local government.
UGT Ab8

Undergraduate

(CBA)

Establishment of Hermogina Buildings along Maria Cristina Street, Dumaguete City, Negros
Oriental, by Allister De Guzman and others. Dumaguete City: Foundation University, 2014.
Aims to determine the feasibility of the establishment of Hermogina Building through the
marketing, management, finanacial, technical and socio espects; shows that the project is feasible in
all the above aspects, as there is a demand, will create jobs, resources are already available, has a
favorable financial ratio, and will offer job opportunities and revenues to the government.
UGT G99

Undergraduate

(CBA)

Establishment of Kameron Highland Resort at Baslay Dauin, Negros Oriental, by Resty Ann
Alabastro, Mary Anne Brillo, Mira Mae Lumagod, Emmarie Retes, and Stephany Samoraranos.
Dumaguete City: Foundation University, 2014.
Aims to determine the viability of establishing a Kameron Highland Resort at Baslay, Dauin,
Negros Oriental using the descriptive study and feasibility inquiry approaches, reveals that the project
is viable from the marketing, technical, management, financial and socio-economic points of view, as
respondents are willing to patronize the business, has a five year payback period from the start, and
will generate employment, as well as income for the local government.
UGT Al1

Undergraduate

(CBA)

Establishment of Mama's Cure Pharmacy in Valencia Public Market, by Merlyn Alas-as and
others. Dumaguete City: Foundation University, 2015.
Aims to determine the feasibility of establishing the Mama's Cure Pharmacy in Valencia Public
Market using the project feasibility approach on a total of 392 respondents; shows that the project is
feasible from the marketing, technical, management and socio-economic points of view, as many
need a place where to buy medicines, will generate income, create employment as well as generate
income for the local government.
UGT Al1

Undergraduate

(CBA)

Feasibility study of 3E learning center, Bago, Taclobo,Dumaguete City, by Anabell P. Ablay and
others. Dumaguete City: Foundation University, 2014.
Aims to determine the feasibility of establishing a learning center for for differently able
individuals using the descriptive research method; shows that the proposed project is feasible from
the marketing, management, technical, financial and socio-economic points of view as majority of the
respondents are willing to undergone skills training, will create employment and generate salaries and
wages, with a return of investment in 3 years, and will also generate income for government.
UGT Ab6

Undergraduate

(CBA)

Feasibility study of establishing a cremation cemetery , Cadawinonan, Dumaguete City, by


Brenda Asonio and others. Dumaguete City: Foundation University, 2014.
Aims to determine the feasibility of establishing a cremation cemetery in Dumaguete City
employing the project feasibility approach on a total of 400 respondents; shows that the project
project is feasible, as there is a demand for a crematorium in Dumaguete City, as the cemeteries are
becoming overpopulated, resources are readily available, will create employment, wages, and
salaries, as well as income for the local government.
UGT As5

Undergraduate

(CBA)

Feasibility study of establishing steel furniture shop in E.P. Dionaldo Drive, Daro, Dumaguete
City, Negros Oriental, by Edeson A. Abo-Abo and others. Dumaguete City: Foundation
University, 2014.
Aims to determine the feasibility of stablishing Steel furniture in E.P.dionaldo Drive, Daro,
Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental, using the questionnaire method; shows that the project is feasible,
as it can feed the demand of the customer, and there are skilled individuals who are the customer,
and there are skilled individuals who are willing to work in the shop, and thereby create employment,
salaries and wages, can generate income for the government, and is profitable.
UGT Ab7

Undergraduate

(CBA)

Feasibility study of putting up Amity Warehouse at Purok Lizana, Bagacay, Dumaguete City.
Negros Oriental, by Lesiell L. Calunod and others. Dumaguete City: Foundation University,
2014.
Aims to determine the feasibility of establishing Aminity Warehouse strategically located in
Purok Lizana, Bagacay, Dumaguete City through the survey method; shows that the project is
feasible, as resources are readily available, and its proponent is willing to shoulder the finances, will
generate jobs and income, and help alleviate the need for local employment as well as income for the
local government.
UGT C13

Undergraduate

(CBA)

Feasibility study of putting up M/C Bayview Restaurant, by Jachin L. Batlag and others.
Dumaguete City: Foundation University, 2014.
Aims to determine the feasibility and viability of establishing a restaurant named as M/C
Bayview Restaurant in Rizal Boulevard, Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental, using the project feasibility
approach on a total of 400 hundred respondents; shows that the project is feasible, as resources are
readily available, will generate employment, wages, salaries, as well as income for the local
government.
UGT B32

Undergraduate

(CBA)

Feasibility study of Shamm's Reception Plaza, Villa Amada Daro, Dumaguete City, by Mariah
Doreen B. Ada and others. Dumaguete City: Foundation University, 2014.
Aims to determine the feasibility and viability of the establishment of Shamm's Reception Plaza,
at Villa Amada,Daro, Dumaguete City consideeing the marketing, management, technical, financial
and socio-economic aspects; using the quantitative approach; reveals that the project is feasible, as it
would cater to customers, create employment, and revenue for the government, and the resources
are readily available.
UGT Ad1

Undergraduate

(CBA)

Feasibility study of Star skill Development Center, in Real Street, Tabuc-tubig, Dumaguete
City, by Rosdyn Bumagat and others. Dumaguete City: Foundation University, 2014.
Aims to determine the feasibility of establishing on Training Center in Real street, Tabuc-Tubig,
Dumaguete City employing the descriptive methods on 399 respondents; shows that the project is
feasible from the marketing, management, technical, financial, and socio economic points of view, as
the project will create employment, salaries and wages, has a payback period of 4 years, and will
create income for the government.
UGT B88

Undergraduate

(CBA)

Feasibility study on establishing a fruit-based snack house in the Municipality of Bindoy,


Negros Oriental, by Kristine Mae D. Taga. Dumaguete City: Foundation University, 2015.
Aims to establish a fruit-based snack house in the Municipality of Bindoy and further determine
the viability of the said business; based on data gathered; reveals that the project is feasible from the
marketing, technical, management, financial and socio-economic aspects, as there is a demand for
fruits that are beneficial to health, with the resources ready available in the upland areas and
neighboring towns, with the creation of jobs and salaries and provides income and employment.
FS T12

Graduate

(GS)

Feasibility study on the establishment of an organic native chicken farm at Barangay Martilo,
La Libertad, Negros Oriental, by Clint Absin. Dumaguete City: Foundation University, 2015.
A feasibility study that determines the project to be feasible from the marketing, technical,
financial, management and socio-economic point of view, as more people love to eat chicken meat,
there is an abundant supply of organic feeds, native hens and chicks from the locality, with a capital
of P852,500.00 with immediate recovery of initial investment, create jobs and add income to farmers
as well as the local government.
FS Ab8

Graduate

Introductory guide to GDL, by John R.H Penner.


Centre North East, Inc., 1992.

(GS)

Mississauga, Ontario: Graphisoft Support

Describes how to make objects and provides comprehensive theory on how to apply principles
when it comes time to make your own objects; includes a 3.5 "Macintosh disks that contains a
functional demo copy of ArhiCAD 4.1 and also a library of scripts and objects that help you learn how
to create custom objects that are parametric.
R 720.28402855369 P88

Reference

(DAFA)

Komunikasyon sa akademikong Filipino: batayan at sanayang-aklat sa Filipino I, pokus sa


criminology, by Arvin Kim A. Arnilla. Quezon City: Wiseman's Book Trading Inc., 2013.
Naglalaman sa pagtuturo ng wikang Pilipino at kaalamang nararapat taglayin ng mga guro, at
mga mag-aaral sa Filipino I, antas tersyarya; gabay upang matutunan ang mahusay na
komunikasyon sa Filipino at maging bihasa sa nilalaman ng kursong Criminology.
Fil. 499.21107 Ar6

Filipiniana

(CC)

Mathematics teachers' professional development and teaching practices: their relationship to


students' academic performance, by Ruben Torres Jr. Lopey. Dumaguete City: Foundation
University, 2014.
Aims to determine the mathematics teachers' professional development and teaching practices
and their relationship to students academic performance; revealed that majority of the teachers
attended adequate seminar-workshop activities, however, over few of them had engaged in
observational visits in other schools and had less participation in professional network and most of
them are non-masters degree holder.
T L88

Graduate

(GS)

Measuring and evaluating learning outcomes: a textbook in assessment of 1learning 1&2, by


Carlito Garcia. Mandaluyong City: Books Atbp. Pub. Corp, 2013.
Features measurement and evaluation of learning outcomes, the evaluation of the knowledge,
skills, and values students have acquired as a result of instruction; conceived to acquaint prospective
teachers on the basis of educational testing, measurement and evaluation and covers the key
concept and basic competencies that prospective teachers have to acquire, for them to be skillful in
measuring and evaluating learning outcomes.
Fil. 370 G16
Methods of teaching, by Gloria G. Salandanan.

Filipiniana

(CE)

Quezon City: Loriman Publishing, 2012.

Discusses approaches and procedures employed in the teaching process intended to guide
teachers in planning the smooth operation and management of all the elements contributory to
student learning; aims to underscore inseparability of methods to the act teaching, includes teaching
methods and strategies that are effectively implemented through individual participation or groups.
Fil. 371.3 Sa3

Filipiniana

(CE)

Perceived extent of implementation of the school Drop Out Reduction Program (DORP) in
relation to schools' internal efficiency indicators, by Loacily Decaluz Kinkito. Dumaguete
City: Foundation University, 2015.
Aims to determine the school, administrators' perceived extent of implementation of the
schools' Dropout Reduction Program and it's relationship to the schools' performance internal
efficiency indicators in the districts of Siaton during the SY 2013-2014; reveals that majority of school
administrators are female, have units in the master's program with minimal supervisory experience;
inadequate trainings and act in the capacity as teachers-in-charge of the school and concludes that
the higher the extent of implementation of the Dropout Reduction Program, the better is the schools'
performance internal efficiency indicators
T K62

Graduate

(GS)

Powerful techniques for teaching in lifelong learning, by Stephen Brookfield.


England: Open University Press, 2013.

Berkshire,

Offers a range of helpful ideas and approaches for working with older learners and tackles
some of the major challenges and problems encountered in teaching, such as addressing inequality
and diversity and dealing with resistance; promotes teaching for critical thinking, self directed
learning, teaching about power, using discussion, creating democratic classrooms and teaching
through the creative arts.
Fil. 371.3 B79

Filipiniana

Principles of teaching 1, by Brenda B. Corpuz and Gloria S. Salandanan.


Publishing, 2012.

(CE)
Quezon City: Loriman

Covers the elements of teaching and learning, dwells on the principles of learning and their
implications to teaching, the management of instruction, classroom management, questioning and
reacting techniques and homework; each chapter has focus questions, marginal notes and summary.
Fil. 371.3 C81

Filipiniana

(CE)

Pupil's personal strengths: basis for strength-based intervention program, by Irene A. Banjao.
Dumaguete City: Foundation University, 2014.
Aims to identify the pupil's personal strength as basis for a strength-based intervention program
through 54 pupils enrolled in Bagtic Elementary School and Managba Elementary School of the
Division of Negros Oriental for the SY 2012-2015; reveals that most pupils were male and most
parents are elementary graduates only and is recommended that the strength-based program be
implemented.
T B22

Graduate

(GS)

Purchasing behavior of Dumaguetenos on alternative medicines, by Antonette C. Colaba and


others. Dumaguete City: Foundation University, 2015.
Aims to determine the purchasing behavior of Dumaguetenos on alternative medicines, in
terms of how their decisions are affected by the factors in terms of failure of modern therapies, low
price, personal beliefs, trust and confidence of the products; shows that the respondents have
different responses in different areas that affect their attitudes such as trust in the product,
effectiveness of the product and low price.
UGT C67

Undergraduate

(CBA)

Purchasing behavior of Dumagueteos towards China made products, by Nelmar Angelo Ollena
and others. Dumaguete City: Foundation University, 2014.
Aims to know the attitude of Dumagueteos towards China made products in terms of
necessity, social pressure, convenience, inadvertence, and low price,physical features, packaging,
warranty, after sales service and retailer's service; shows that the respondents have different
response areas that affect their attitudes towards China products.
UGT Ol4

Undergraduate

(CBA)

Reading readiness of grade 1 pupils under the K-12 Program in relation to their academic
performance, by Ronalyn Estrella Macalipay. Dumaguete City: Foundation University, 2015.
Reveals that majority of pupils are male, at the right age for the grade level, normal in terms of
nutritional status and have undergone preschool training and demonstrated proficiency in their school
readiness skills base on the school readiness assessment, however, they are still on the developing
level; concludes that the higher the school readiness of the grade 1 pupils, the better their academic
performance.
T M25

Graduate

(GS)

Reflections on teaching: anecdotes, challenges, insights, inspirations, quotes and tips, by


Roger Don SJ. Cerda. Quezon City: Great Books Publishing, 2013.
Features a collection of heart-warming and thought-provoking articles that are meant to
entertain, educate, challenge, and inspire all teachers in the world; provides tips on how to become
an effective and efficient teacher in a pleasurable way with a number of quotes that can guide you to
fulfill your mission and vision as you handle students across grade levels and discipline.
Fil. 371.102 C33

Filipiniana

Retorika: susi sa mabisang pagpapahayag, by Nilda Bendalan.


Trading Inc., 2013.

(CE)
Quezon City: Wiseman's Book

Naglalaman ng mga aralin na makatulong sa mga mag-aaral katulad sa uri ng diskurso:


pagsasalaysay, paglalarawan, paglalahad, pangangatwiran, pagsasaling-wika at pamamahayag.
Fil. 808.0499211 B43

Filipiniana

(CE)

Special topics in education volume 1, by Joselina Baylongo and others.


Publishing, 2012.

Quezon City: Loriman

Consists of 10 special topics that include 1. On becoming a transfrormational leader 2. How do


you effectively engage your students in learning 3. Safeguarding the environment of our earth, our
home 4. Becoming an exemplary instructional leader 5. Journeying he teaching profession: myself
and my career 6. Are men different from women 7. What skills are needed for the 21st century 8.
Effective instructional strategies in inclusive education 9. Teaching new literacy in digital invironment
and 10. Are you creative and imaginative.
Fil. 370 Sp3

Filipiniana

Special topics in education volume 2, by Celia D. Andas and others.


Publishing, 2012.

(CE)
Quezon City: Loriman

Features topics that include 1. Mother tongue-based-multilingual education 2. Multicultural


education 3. Catering to diverse learners through multi-grade 4. Graphic organizers as thinking
technology 5. Conflict resolution 6. Authentic assessment 7. The art of questioning 8. Transformative
education 9. Problem-baed learning: the pedagogal adventure and 10. Integrated teaching strategies.
Fil. 370 Sp3

Filipiniana

(CE)

Special topics in education volume 3, by Filomena T. Dayagbil and others.


Publishing, 2012.

Quezon City: Loriman

Includes 10 topics like 1. a teacher for the world: are you in? 2. critical thinking: the power to
think beyond 3. alternative learning system beyond borders 4. embracing special education 5.
research exposure 6. information literacy 7. story-telling 8. peace education in the workplace 9. the
teacher as an effective stress manager and 10. the classroom as a global community.
Fil. 370 Sp3

Filipiniana

Special topics in education volume 4, by Brenda B. Corpuz and others.


Publishing, 2013.

(CE)
Quezon City: Loriman

Consists of 11 topics that includes 1. the K to 12 basic education curriculum and its implications
to preserve teacher education 2. bridging between languages 3. quality assurance in education
through voluntary accreditation 4. the open high school program: learning anywhere, anytime 5.
curriculum for the 21st century teaching and learning 6. the teacher as action researcher 7. spiral
curriculum 8. early childhood education 9. ethical issues in cyberspace 10. co-curricular activities as
laboratory of learning and 11. why is teaching difficult? why is teaching for peace more difficult?
Fil. 370 Sp3

Filipiniana

(CE)