2019 Asia-Pacific Consortium of Researchers and Educators Convention and International Conference

Theme: Innovation in the Changing Landscape of Research Environments
September 19-20, 2019 | Pasay City, the Philippines

ISSN: 2704-4572     E-ISSN:

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GRADE SIX ETHNICITY AND LANGAUGE LEARNING PREFERENCES:
TOWARDS DESIGNING LANGUAGE TEACHING PROGRAM

Louanne P. Pilapil, and Clarissa Dc. Guia

1-5

ADDRESSING THE LEARNING DIFFICULTIES IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE OF SHS STUDENTS THROUGH PROJECT READ (READING ENHANCEMENT FOR ACADEMIC DEVELOPMENT)

Zarah A. Cruzado

6-10

CORRELATION BETWEEN THE STUDENTS’ ENGLIGH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY AND THEIR EXPOSURE TO ENGLISH LANGUAGE

Precious C. Domingo

11-14

BELIEFS AND PRACTICES OF TAU’T BATU TRIBE FROM WOMB TO TOMB

Salve F. Zabalo

15-20

THE UN’S NEW NORM ON HUMANITARIAN INTERVENTION (R2P)
AND JOHN PAUL II’S EVANGELIUM VITAE

Angeli Francis S. Rivera

21-26

BATAK SECRETS TO HEALTH

Elsie M. Zabal and Anna Mylene F. Natividad

27-30

DUTERTE: PHILIPPINES’ MONSTROUS LEADER?!

Joseph Reylan Viray

31-36

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AN ANALYSIS OF THE REPAYMENT STRUCTURE FOR MUNTINLUPA CITY’S JOINT RESOURCES FINANCING PROGRAM: DETERMINANT SUBSEQUENT FINANCIAL REPORTING

Rolly E. Mendoza And Paulo S. Navarro

1-5

TAX COMPLIANCE CHALLENGES ENCOUNTERED BY SMALL ENTERPRISES IN LIPA CITY

Monette M. Soquiat

6-9

AUTHENTIC PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING FOR INCOME TAX ACCOUNTING STUDENTS

Jennie Lagman-Bautista

10-14

TOURİST’S SATİSFACTİON WİTH CULTURAL AND HERİTAGE ATTRACTİONS İN TAAL, BATANGAS

Arlene M. Mendoza, Ara Mae M. Grumal, Mark Louie U. Mendoza, and Rica V. Sayat

15-20

COMPETENCY SECTORS OF TOURISM EMPLOYEES IN SELECT TRAVEL DISTRIBUTION, AIRLINE,AND ACCOMMODATION SECTOR IN METRO MANILA

Cherry D.Abeleda, Reinadel L. Aquino, Angelica B.Cahayon , and Ma.Danzhiela Teeney A. Dacumos

21-25

DETERMINANTS IN BUYING DECISION OF MOBILE PHONES AS  CATEGORIZED TO GENDER

Marife Agustin- Acierto

26-29

AWARENESS AND COMPLIANCE OF BUYERS AND VENDORS TO THE CITY ORDINANCE NO. 2013-403 THAT REGULATES THE USE OF
NON-BIODEGRADABLE PLASTIC BAGS

Analin A. Jover

30-33

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EXTENT OF CLASSROOM ASSESSMENT PRACTICES AND INTEGRATION OF COLLEGE INSTRUCTORS: BASIS FOR ASSESSMENT STRATEGY TRAINING

Jenelyn Goles-Sabellina

1-6

STUDENT WORKPLACE COMPETENCY: INDUSTRY OUTCOMES-BASED ASSESSMENT IN SELECTED HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS OFFERING TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY COURSES

Rovena I. Dellova

7-12

IMPLEMENTATION OF CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (CIP) AND ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE OF ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN THE DIVISION OF CITY SCHOOLS PASAY: INPUT TO IMPROVED TEACHER PRACTICE

Andrelyn T. Clavero

13-19

EFFEECTIVENESS OF THE ACCOMPLISHED EXTENSION PROGRAM IN DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY AT THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION-DIVISION OF CITY SCHOOLS BACOOR CITY CAVITE AS CONDUCTED BY THE TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND FINE ARTS-FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT

Pablo G. Pilar, Jr.

20-23

OUTCOME-BASED EDUCATION AND STUDENTS’ INTELLIGENCE QUOTIENT: BASIS FOR PROPOSED SWIMMING CURRICULUM ENHANCEMENT

Arturo F. Asajar

24-28

ASSESSMENT OF DISTANCE LEARNING STUDENTS TO NALLRC’S RESOURCES AND SERVICES: BASIS FOR LIBRARY ORIENTATION AND PROMOTIONAL STRATEGIES PROGRAM

Lyra Jazel A. Ilagan

29-32

VIRTUAL REFERENCE INFORMATION SERVICE TO THE SELECTED ACADEMIC LIBRARIES IN BENGUET PROVINCE: BASIS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A VIRTUAL REFERENCE INFORMATION SERVICE PROGRAM

Romie Jay C. Oalin

33-36

 

LEVEL OF COMPETENCIES OF REFERENCE AND CIRCULATION LIBRARIANS IN SELECTED HIGHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN MANILA: BASIS FOR TRAINING PROGRAMS OF CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CPD) ACCREDITED PROVIDERS

Vivian A. Lirio

37-49

MANAGING STRESS AMONG LIBRARY STAFFS OF SELECTED STATE UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES IN NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION FOR PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENT

Daniel O. Givera, Angelina P. Resurreccion, and Marizza M. Juaño

50-52

THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF MODERN TECHNOLOGY IN THE ADVANCEMENT OF SECRETARIAL PROFESSION

Emperatriz Gutierrez, Angelina P. Resurreccion, and Emilia Dona

53-55

DEVELOPING A LEARNING MODULE FOR THE INTEGRATION OF LOCAL HISTORY IN TEACHING THE G.E. COURSE READINGS IN PHILIPPINE HISTORY

Cristine L. Pingal

56-58

PREDICTORS OF THE PERFORMANCE OF BSA GRADUATES SANTA ISABEL COLLEGE IN THE CPA BOARD EXAMINATION: BASIS FOR IMPROVEMENT OF PASSING RATE

William B. Baltazar

59-62

FIVE FACTOR TRAITS AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN COLLEGE

Ester T. Rada, Charles Bronosa , and Dorothea Dela Cruz

63-67

COLLEGE STUDENTS’ PERFORMANCE ON THE LITERATURE COMPONENT OF THE SCHOLASTIC ASSESSMENT TEST (SAT): IMPLICATIONS FOR THE TEACHING OF LITERATURE IN THE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL AND TERTIARY LEVEL

Cesar H. Garcia

68-73

SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL LEARNING STYLES: TOWARDS DESIGNING TEACHER-TRAINING MODULES

Madilyn B. Daco and Clarissa DC. Guia

74-79

EXPLORING SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC WRITING DIFFICULTIES: TOWARDS AN ACADEMIC WRITING MODEL

Mark Joshua D. Roxas

80-84

 

MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE-BASED (MIBI) INSTRUCTION IN TEACHING PHYSICAL SCIENCE: BASIS FOR STRATEGIC INTERVENTION MATERIALS (SIM)

Jay Familaran

85-89

ASSESSMENT ON THE ACCEPTABILITY OF E-LEARNING TOOL ITEACH: A TECHNOPRENEURSHIP MODULE

Maricris M. Usita

90-95

READ MY LIPS: SUPPLIMENTARY TOOL IN READING ENGLISH APPLICATION TOOL IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF MIDDLE YOUTH STUDENTS THRU LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION USING PHONETIC SOUNDS

Rommel C. Sanqui, Davidson C. Valera, and Roselyn E. Sanqui

96-100

THE USE OF COMPUTER-BASED INTERACTIVE GAMES IN TEACHING SCIENCE CONCEPTS FOR STRUGGLING LEARNERS: BASIS FOR A COMPILATION OF RECOMMENDED GAMES IN TEACHING

Allan H. Sumandal

101-106

SOCIOCOGNITIVE-TRANSFORMATIVE MATERIALS DESIGN MODEL-BASED MODULE ON HISTORICAL SITES AND STRUCTURES IN BICOL REGION.

Amy Tud-Moraňa,

107-113

CAPABILITIES OF AUGMENTED REALITY IN TEACHING AND LEARNING: STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION

Lyka D. Lamoste, Catherine Genevieve B. Lagunzad, and John Oliver P. Distor

114-119

DEVELOPMENT AND VALİDATİON OF MODULES ON NATİONALİSTİC LEADERSHİP YOUTH TRAİNİNG İN SCHOOL AND COMMUNİTY

Ma. Shiela T. Vera

120-124

DEVELOPMENT OF AN ANALYTIC HIERARCHY PROCESS MODEL FOR FACULTY EVALUATION BASED ON PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

Mary Jane C. Rabena and Gilbert M. Tumibay

125-130

 

WORK MOTIVATION AND JOB SATISFACTION AS CORRELATES OF TRAINING COMPETENCE OF THE REGIONAL STAFF OF PUBLIC SAFETY COLLEGE IN THE PHILIPPINES

Esther B. Vedaña and Sarah Delos Santos

131-135

THE LEADERSHIP BEHAVIOR OF EDUCATIONAL MANAGERS AS PERCEIVED BY THEMSELVES AND FACULTY MEMBERS AMONG SELECTED LOCAL COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES WITHIN METRO MANILA: BASIS FOR DESIGNING A LEADERSHIP ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM

Catherine Refran Laririt and Arnedo Ochoa Santos

136-142

THE INTERPLAY AMONG SELF-CONCEPT, AUTONOMOUS ACADEMIC MOTIVATION AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF COLLEGE STUDENTS

Michael Angelo A. Legarde

143-146

WORK RELATED STRESSORS OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS OF DIFFERENT PERSONALITY TYPES IN RAGAY, CAMARINES SUR

Ernie Cortez Avila

147-151

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND THE JOURNALISTIC WRITING PROFICIENCY OF STUDENT-WRITERS IN PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS OF EASTERN SAMAR

Jonathan G. Merillo

152-157

MARITAL SATISFACTION AND PRENATAL BREASTFEEDING SELF-EFFICACY IN LATE ANTENATAL PERIOD IN A LOW-INCOME MUNICIPALITY

Artemio M. Gonzales Jr.

158-161

THE IMPACT OF ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE TO TEACHER MORALE AND EMPOWERMENT AMONG LOCAL COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES IN THE NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION

Aries Reydel F. Marasigan

162-167

INFLUENCE OF ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE ON JOB SATISFACTION
OF PUP CAMPUSES IN LAGUNA

Jovan B. Alitagtag

168-172

 

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AS PREDICTOR OF JOB PERFORMANCE AND JOB SATISFACTION OF SELECTED SECONDARY SCHOL TEACHERS IN THE DIVISION OF SANTA ROSA, LAGUNA

Jake Raymund F. Fabregar

173-176

CAREER PATH OF THE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP STUDENTS OF ACADEMIC YEAR 2014-2018

Rozalle H. Palacol

177-181

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INSTITUTIONALIZATION OF THE CHIILD PROTECTION POLICY AMONG PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS IN MAINLAND PALAWAN

Tirso P. Segundo and Clarissa DC. Guia

1-5

BEST PRACTICES OF STAKEHOLDERS’ PARTICIPATION IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF BRIGADA ESKWELA  IN THE DIVISION OF PALAWAN

Lorna Reyes and Clarissa Guia

6-9

THE GREEN PRACTICES OF OCCIDENTAL MINDORO STATE COLLEGE IN SUSTAINING THE GREEN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT)

Ailen B. Garcia and Pilita A. Amahan

10-13

EFFECTS OF TRAIN LAW PACKAGE 1A TO THE SAVING AND SPENDING BEHAVIOR OF THE RESIDENTS IN NASUGBU, BATANGAS

Diether D. Datinguinoo, Aileen D. De Las Alas, Danielle C. Villafria, and Marvin C. Hernandez.

14-18

ENFORCING THE EXECUTIVE ORDER 26. S. 2017: PROVIDING A SMOKE-FREE ENVIRONMENT TO BAR RESTAURANTS IN MARIKINA CITY

Ana Marie M. Somoray, Alanzalon, Russel Ann, Fresno, Ednilla, and Dagsan, Neil Joyce

19-22

CHILD PROTECTION POLICY IMPLEMENTATION IN THE PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN REGION 1

Emmanuel F. Jacosalem and Cedric Anthony E. Ochoco

23-27

AN IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF A PROGRAM OF THE PHILIPPINE BUREAU OF CORRECTIONS: BASIS FOR A PROPOSED VALUES FORMATION E-MODULE EXTENDED ABSTRACT TITLE

Emilio N. Timoteo Jr.

28-30

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HEAVY METAL ANALYSIS OF OREGANO (Coleus aromaticus Benth) USING MICROPLASMA-ATOMIC EMISSION SPECTROSCOPY

Luningning M. Mendoza, Danila S. Paragas, Redel L. Gutierrez, Rosalie R. Rafael, and Mamerto C. Mendoza

1-6

AQUEOUS, HEXANE AND ETHYL ACETATE EXTRACTS OF Chlorella vulgaris (Chlorellaceae) AS AN ALTERNATIVE PRESERVATIVE FOR AN ANTACID SUSPENSION

Ian Zachary L. Cagas, Gaireen D. Gaid, Esperanza Porio, Mark Stheve C. Yosores, and Junnin Gay L. Garay

7-11

DEVELOPMENT OF AN IMMUNITY BOOSTER

Rose De Beth A. De Guzman, Cherrie Lou P. Diaz, Francis L. Forteza
Leonor S. Mendoza, and Kristine Joyce C. Serrano

12-19

DEVELOPMENT OF DISASTER POWER STATION USING SOLAR PANEL

Allie B. Villanueva

20-23

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VULNERABILITY OF TAU’T BATU TO CLIMATE CHANGE

Liezl F. Tangonan

1-5

DISASTER RISK REDUCTION MANAGEMENT IN DIVISION OF CITY SCHOOLS, MANILA: BASIS FOR AN INTERVENTION PROGRAM

Gary Z. Regala

6-10

DISASTER AWARENESS AND PREPAREDNESS OF PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF GLORIA:
 BASIS FOR ACTION PLAN

Donna Paz Y. Amboy

11-15

SUSTAINABLE UNIVERSITY-COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP: ENACTUS SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP BEST PRACTICES IN THE PHILIPPINES

Carmelo John E. Vidal, Imelda E. Cuartel, and Darwin M. Juguilon

16-21

PALAWAN MINING: A PROPOSED PHYSICAL LANDSCAPE CONSERVATION MODEL

Lhynette T. Zambales

22-26

LIVED EXPERIENCES OF TEACHERS AND SCHOOL HEADS ON TEACHING INDIGENOUS EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION:
A PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY

Kriscile Princess C. Fernandez

27-31

A JOURNEY INTO TEACHING:  THE LIVED EXPERIENCES OF BEGINNING TEACHERS

Marissa D. Mendoza and Anna Mylene F. Natividad

32-35

DEVELOPMENT OF A COMMUNICATION PLAN TO PROMOTE HIV PREVENTION AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS OF PALAWAN STATE UNIVERSITY

Mark Joshua O. Arista

36-39

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