Prof Ed holds Tech-Know-Kasyon Research Forum
The UP Visayas Division of Professional Education, in collaboration with the UP High School in Iloilo, hosted the Tech-Know-Kasyon Research Forum with the theme: “Enhancing Service Learning through Community Partnership” on February 22, 2017 at the GCEB Training Rooms, UP Visayas Ioilo City Campus,
This was conducted in accordance with the celebration of 70th Anniversary of the UP Presence in Iloilo. Professors from the UPV community gathered to share their research outputs to graduate, undergraduate and high school students.
The event facilitated learning and exchange of ideas between the resource speakers and the participants. The forum was divided into two parallel sessions that were held separately in the morning and afternoon. Each parallel session have a plenary session with speakers: Prof. Early Sol Gadong who talked about “The Community as a Learning Laboratory” and Prof. Donne Jone Sodusta who talked about “The University’s Public Service Mandate and Graduate Teacher Education Service Learning.”
The forum was further categorized on the following topics: Mathematics and Classroom Management, Communication Arts and Sining ng Komunikasyon, Learning Experiences and Traditions, and Social Science & Literature, which have three research speakers each.
In the Mathematics and Classroom Management category, the speakers were Prof. Jonny B. Pornel who focused on the topic, “Student’s Perceptions of Mathematical Research Class.” Dr. Ma. Evelyn S. Ortigas discussed on the “Correlates of Teachers’ Oppressive Practices in Classroom Management,” and Prof. Giabelle A. Saldaña lectured on “Mentoring the Mentor: Exploring the Knowledge, Experience, Confidence of the Teachers in the Face of Bullying in the Elementary and High Schools of Iloilo City.”
For Communication Arts and Sining ng Komunikasyon, Prof. Ma. Joji B. Tan talked about, “Learning Strategies of ESL Learners,” Ms. Michelle M. Celeste discussed “Ang Manunudlo Bilang Dokyumentarista: Isang Karanasan sa Paglikha ng Kagamitang Pampagtuturo, while Ms. Pamela S. Caday focused on the topic “ Paglinang ng mga Culture-based na Aralin bilang Suplemental na Kagamitang Pampagtuturo sa K-12 na Kurikulum.”
For the Learning Experiences and Traditions category, on the other hand, the following were the discussants: Prof. Leopoldo G. Ayukil on “Mythical Creatures Believed by High School Students: A Challenge in Teaching Science to the K-12 Learners;” Ms. Mialo C. Lacaden-Bautista on “College Students’ Motivations, Ability, Beliefs, Values and Goals for Their Choice of STEM Course, Persistence in, and Aspiration for STEM Careers;” and Ms. Eunice Marie A. Serilo on “Ang Pagdihon sa Balay Turun-an: An Initial Exploration of the Pedagogy of Panay Bukidnon School for Living Traditions in Central Panay Island, Philippines”.
For the Social Science & Literature Category, the speakers were Dr. John E. Barrios who talked about “Panitikang Rehiyonal at ang Pagsasaling Pampanitikan sa Filipino sa Kanlurang Bisayas;” Prof. Jonevee B. Amparo on ‘Ebalwasyon sa Paghahanda at Pagpapatupa ng Mother Tongue Based—Multilingual Education (MTB-MLE) sa Iloilo City;” and Mr. Rene C. Trance on “A View from the Past: Maps on Iloilo in the 19th Century.”
Prof. Early Sol Gadong together with the Grade 9 Research I students of the UPHSI facilitated the event. (Fennie Mae Tanangonan, UPHSI)