Sir Ken Robinson started his talk withgoing back to the basics. What does it mean? Back to basics according to himmeans the beginning of education. It is a group of subjects that they think aremore important than all the others and he mentioned the STEM disciplines(science, technology, engineering and mathematics). These are the veryimportant fundamental …

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This theory supports the belief that a learner’s behaviouris shaped by feedback, positive and negative reinforcement (Light 2008).    Positive reinforcement increases the chancesof an event happening again and punishment decreases the chances of an eventhappening again (Videbeck 2011).  Students will learn/solve a problem by trying alternative options untila correct solution or desirable outcome is achieved. …

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Candy JaureguiCzuchryPYSC 272January 23, 2018Research Journal:First Entries1)                     I wonder whygender roles are so enforced within our society, and can they be helpful orharmful? An argument support gender roles could be because of our primitivehistory, they establish identity, and they could help overall society. Examplesagainst could include that they could give people offensive stereotypes, andgive …

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Intercultural competence andintercultural sensitivity are sometimes mentioned interchangeably by somescholars to refer to the same thing. However, Hammer, Bennet, and Wiseman(2003) have asserted that intercultural sensitivity is the prerequisite skill forintercultural competence. In other words, intercultural competence is thebehavioral manifestation of intercultural awareness and interculturalsensitivity (Peng, Rangsipaht, &Thaipakdee, 2005). In the area of language teaching, …

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CHAPTER 4CONCLUSIONSAND RECOMMENDATIONSThis chapter presents the conclusionsand recommendations base on the result of the study. CONCLUSIONSThe following conclusions were drawnbased on the collated findings: 1.  ICT instructional materials were not enough.  2.  Teachers lack capabilities in usingtechnology in mathematics Instructions. 3.  Schooladministrator should support teachers in their quest for ICT learning andprovide appropriate ICT tools for mathematics instructions.4.  Teachersneed trainings in ICT integration …

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Itwas in 1986, under the presidency of Edgardo Angara whose term lasted from 1981to 1987,that the GEP was made uniform across the university’s campuses in thecountry. A UP student, no matter where he or she is enrolled in theuniversity’s constituent units across the country, is required to take twelve(12) courses. The values which the courses …

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In this part, the researcher tries to give some explanations about the research questions. The research questions are as follow:1. What are the specific English language needs of maritime students?2. What language skills do maritime students need to develop in ESP?4. What types of content, methodology and class activities do maritime students need?Most of the …

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