Category: Learning Experiences


Teaching Biology Using Contextualized Learning Kit

This study determined the effect of the developed lessons in Biology using the Contextualized Learning Kit (CLK) with the following features: (a) Flipped Classroom Mode of Delivery, (b) Use of Student-friendly Contextualized Learning Kit, (c) 21st Century Skills Development, and (d) Highly Visual Instructional Material. The researcher employed pretest-posttest quasi experimental design. Qualitative and quantitative


The ICT-Assisted Classroom: From Teacher-Dependence to Independence and Interdependence in Learning

Two Grade 11 classes in a private secondary school in Quezon City, the Philippines, were randomly assigned as experimental groups in which ICT-assisted instruction was introduced after one month in one of their subjects. In Experimental Group 1, ICT- assisted instruction was implemented in their Math subject, Statistics and Probability, while in Experimental Group 2,


Study Abroad Program: Case Study for Career Program

In this paper, I will introduce the educational overseas career program designed and executed by the author and validate the effectiveness for students. The program aims to cultivate general capabilities(cognitive, theoretical, social and cultural skills as well as broad knowledge and experience) through students’own proactive quest with active learning. The program entails discovery learning, problem-solving


A Phenomenological Study on Experiencing in-Class Discussion Among University Students in Hong Kong

Adoption of various type of information and communication technologies in different teaching and learning activities have been a common practice all over the world. One of its adoptions is to facilitate an interaction among students through online discussion forum. While such practice wins a lot of adherents in higher education, there is a concern over


Mathematics and Racial Equity: Self-Selection and Appropriate Placement

This paper explores the relationship between appropriate class placement and racial equity under a self-selection program model at an urban middle school in the Midwest. We define self-selection as students’ ability to choose their level of courses regardless of test scores and other academic criteria. Within this school, students have the ability to specifically choose