Category: ACE2018


The Influence of Teacher’s Role, Autonomous Learning Method and Student’s Engagement on Student’s Learning Outcomes in a Vocational High School in Jakarta, Indonesia

To create the quality of human resources and achievers, the learner is required to have a good learning outcome. A learning outcome is the highest benchmark that person achieves after a learning activity during a given time. A learning outcome is not only determined by one’s intelligence capabilities but also by the other factors. Sometimes,


The Economics and Politics of the Shift from K to 10 Curriculum to K to 12: The Philippine Experience

After several years of hesitation, the Philippine government finally adopted a 12-year basic education curriculum with the signing, in 2013, of Republic Act 10533, known as the K to 12 law. The law was a response to the perception that Philippine education as substandard which resulted in Filipino graduates being discriminated against in the global


The Impact of International Students in the Japanese Classroom

One of the immediate measures adopted by the Japanese government in response to the needs of internationalization was to increase the number of incoming foreign students to Japan (Ikeguchi, 2016). As a result, the number of foreign students as of May 1, 2017 was reported at 267,042, according to the Annual Survey of International Students


Online (Re)Learning: Factors in Accessing the Internet to Aid in Mathematics Understanding

This paper aims to examine and analyze an aspect of digital learning scarcely, if not at all, covered in the literature; that is, possible factors that motivate students in accessing the Internet for aid in understanding mathematics. Using activity theory as a lens in viewing these factors, this study makes considerable contribution to the research


Crisis Marketing Strategy Antecedents of Performance of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in Region III, Philippines

This paper studies the marketing strategy antecedents of the performance of higher education institutions in the Philippines in the light of the crisis brought about by the K-12 Curriculum. Antecedents include Market Focus, Market Expansion, Program Offerings, Program Differentiation, Cost Leadership in Tuition, Place/Location Expansion, Advertising, Sales Promotions, Events & Experiences, Public Relations, Direct &


Skills of Analyzing and Synthesizing Textual Information in University Students: Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Approach

One of the most important tasks that the higher school is facing in the epoch of information technologies is the formation of a new type of specialist who is a professional in one’s area of expertise as well as an informational erudite having the necessary skills to productively work with large flows of information. Nowadays,


Gamification as a Way to Reduce the Operating Method at Engineering Classes

As a result of the low grades found by the university students of engineering, the teaching staff of the second year of the Degree in Environmental Sciences, in the Faculty of Biological and Environmental Sciences of the University of León, proposes a plan of action on the students in order to work on two aspects


Equity and Meritocracy in the Singapore Education System: Can There Be a Balance?

The Republic of Singapore is a small multiracial and multicultural island-nation. While the Malays are recognized as the country’s indigenous group, they make up less than 14% of the total population. The Chinese, being the dominant group, form 75%, while the Indians, at 8%, are represented as another minority group. The rest of the population


Literacy Learning Program Using 3D Kanji Models for Children with Developmental Dyslexia

A unique program for the 3D representation of letters (including stroke order and structure) has been developed to support intelligible understanding of written Japanese kanji by children with developmental dyslexia using a tablet computer. The 3D kanji consists of ordered pairs of strokes with distinctly different depths. This study, therefore, aims to test the efficacy


Van Hiele’s Instructional Model in Teaching Tangents and Secants of Circles

The research study aimed to identify the pupils’ skill in proving mathematical concepts about tangents and secants of circles using Van Hiele’s instructional model. Quasi – experimental method of research was used in this study. The study was conducted during the first semester of S.Y.2017 – 2018 using fifteen students from Grade 10 as the


Using GSP in Creating Concept Image on the Topic Theory Graph for Eighth Grade Students

The purposes of this research were to create a concept image, to study the achievement and to study the attitudes towards the topic Theory Graph by using GSP. The research samples were 26 schooling eighth-grade students for gifted child in science and mathematics curriculum from Valaya Alongkorn Rajabhat University under the Royal Patronage Demonstration School


Demographic Profiles of Principals and Performance of Public Elementary Schools in the Schools Division of Imus City

The widely quoted biblical verse ‘By their fruits, ye shall know them’ aptly relates to school leadership. The quality of education delivered to students is dependent on how the learning process is managed in the schools. A systematic review conducted by Osborne-Lampkin, Folsom, and Herrington (2015) that examined 52 empirical studies published between 2001 and


The Development of Competency of Creation of Learning Management for English Teachers by Coaching & Mentoring

The purposes of this research were: 1) to compare the competency of the creation of learning management for English teachers by coaching & mentoring and 2) to study the English teachers’ satisfaction towards the development of creation of learning management. The target group was eight English teachers in Lumphun province (Thailand). The experiments’ instruments were:


Integrating Neurodidactics Stimulation into Blended Learning in Accommodating Students’ English Learning in an EFL Setting

The article reports a research on integrating neurodidactics stimulation into blended learning in accommodating students’ learning foreign language. The most important principles of neurodidactics and brain-based teaching are involved in motivation, emotion, learning, and memory. The learners’   emotion about language affects their desires to learn a language. This study aims to examine (1) how can neurodidactic process of blended learning be


Low Proficient Students’ Oral Interaction with Native Speaker of English as a Language Assistant in the Classroom

There are many students in Indonesia who are afraid of speaking in English. The lack of vocabulary, fluency, accuracy, and also exposure makes it difficult for students to be confident speaking English. This study entitled ‘Low proficient Student’ Oral Interaction with Native Speakers of English as a Language Assistant in the Classroom’ is aimed to


Effectiveness of the Pragmatic Skills Intervention for Young Adults with Mild Intellectual Disability (With and Without Co-Morbid Autism Spectrum Disorder)

Background: Teachers and Vocational Trainers feedback that students with a mild intellectual disability (with and without co-morbid Autism Spectrum Disorder) lacked the pragmatic skills necessary for them to be work ready. They were aged between 17 to 21 years old and are undergoing a structured programme of vocational education, aim at preparing them to be


2C-2I-1R Approaches: Way to Reduce Math Anxiety Among Senior High School Learners

This paper aimed at determining the possible solution to the Math anxiety of Senior High School (SHS) learners of Talangan Integrated National High School (TINHS). Alongside teaching, the teacher-researcher explored different activities which promote the 2C-2I-1R approaches that the Department of Education mandated to be used for 21st-century learners. These activities are TDAR (Think-Discuss-Act-Reflect) which


Mind Mapping and Science Performance of Grade 5 Pupils of San Juan Elementary School, Sta. Cruz, Laguna, Philippines

This study aimed at determining the effect of mind mapping to the Science performance of Grade 5 Pupils of San Juan Elementary School. Two strategies were executed by the researcher in order to analyze the performance of 40 pupils. For the direct teaching, the teacher delivered the topic on ‘Female Reproductive System’ with the proper


An Analysis on the Perceptions of High School Teachers in Manila, Philippines Towards Student Data Privacy and its Legal Implications

Information and communication technology (ICT) has been making its way into our lives since the invention of the Internet and its applications, including the daily usage of internet social media. In recent years, it has conquered the education industry, providing school administrators and teachers a more challenging, yet effective and practical way of managing school


Valuing Students Involvement in the Teaching Process: Pedagogical Implications of Self-Reflection in the EFL Classroom

Self-reflection can be recognized as a process that gives students the opportunity to stop and be reflective about the learning that has taken place(Davies, Herbst, & Busick,2013). This presentation provides an analysis of Japanese EFL college students’ reflective diaries, as they were collected in a speaking and listening course. The study explores the involvement of