Table of Contents

Volume 2, Issue 2, June 2020
P-ISSN 2651-7701
E-ISSN 2651-771X

  1. Constructivism and Pedagogical Practices of Science Teachers
    Joefrey R. Chan1, Joanna Marie A. De Borja2,
    Jayson L. De Vera
    3, Jhun G. Himoldang4,
    Ryan V. Lansangan
    5, Mark Gill M. Mercado6,
    Hazel Dr. Samala
    7, Abegail A. Soliman8,
    DepEd City of Manila1, Philippines Normal University2.3
    National University4, University of Sto. Tomas5,
    Central Luzon State University6, Polytechnic University of the Philippines7,
    DepEd San Juan City8
    1 – 11

  2. Readiness of Science Laboratory Facilities of the Public Junior High School in Lanao Del Sur, Philippines
    Hanifa T. Hadji Abas1, Arlyne C. Marasigan, PhD2
    Philippine Normal University, Philippines
    12 – 20

  3. The Aesthetically Meaningful Tattoo: A Gadamerian Case Study
    Jhuren Vicson C. Santander
    Institute of Arts and Science
    Far Eastern University
    Manila, Philippines
    21 – 27

  4. English Proficiency Level of Secondary School Teachers: Basis for Teachers’ Training
    Elizabeth Noche-Enriquez
    Pinagtongulan Integrated National High School
    Lipa City, Batangas, Philippines
    28 – 34

  5. Perception of Elementary School Heads and Teachers on Child Protection Policy in Private Schools in Tanauan City Division
    John Meldwin B. Baronia
    Sto. Tomas Senior High School
    Batangas, Philippines
    35 – 45

  6. Enhancing the Sentence Construction Skills of TVL Students through Instruct, Integrate, Involve (3I’s) Method
    John Meldwin B. Baronia
    Sto. Tomas Senior High School
    Batangas, Philippines
    46 – 51

  7. Approaches in Teaching Literature Employed by Senior High School Teachers
    Robin C. Parojenog
    Biabas Trade High School
    Biabas, Ubay, Bohol, Philippines
    52 – 58

  8. Does Oil Price and Trade Openness Nexus along with Foreign Direct Investment have Influence on Economic  Growth in Thailand
    Zia Ur Rahman1*, Aabera Atta2, Umer Suffian Ahmad3 And Aqeela Raza4
    Department of Economics, Ghazi University
    Dera Ghazi Khan, Pakistan
    59 – 71

  9. Attitudinal/Stance Lexical Bundles in Secondary School Students’ Narratives: A Comparative Analysis of Native and Non-Native Speakers’ Written Register
    Clark Dominic Lilia Alipasa
    University of Perpetual Help-System DALTA-Molino City of Bacoor, Cavite
    Imus Institute of Science and Technology-Nueno Campus,
    City of Imus, Cavite
    Angelicum Primarosa Montessori School, City of Imus, Cavite
    72 – 80

  10. Rising from Covid-19: Private Schools’ Readiness and Response Amidst a Global Pandemic
    Kerwin Paul J. Gonzales
    Dr. Carlos S. Lanting College
    Quezon City, Philippines
    81 – 90

  11. Collaborative Inquiry Approaches and Level of Thinking and Reasoning Skills: Basis for Sustainable Science Education
    Franz Kevin B. Manalo1, Elisa N. Chua Phd
    San Pablo City Science Integrated High School,Department of Education1,
    Laguna State Polytechnic University San Pablo City Campus, Faculty of Graduate Studies and Applied Research2
    91 – 98

  12. Influence of Sustainable Management Practices, Strategic Orientation and Organizational Culture on Sustainability Performance in Manufacturing Firms
    Vergil Joseph I. Literal
    University of Southern Mindanao
    Kabacan, Cotabato, Philippines
    99 – 107

  13. Learning and Sharing: Understanding Experiences in Teaching Indigenous Learners of Mindoro
    John Robby O. Robiños, PhD(C)1, Josephine P. Dasig, PhD2,
    Lourdes A. Mendoza3
    University of Perpetual Help Molino Campus1
    Molino 3, Bacoor City, Cavite
    University of Perpetual Help System DALTA2,3
    Real St. Pamplona II, Las Piñas City, Philippines
    108 – 116

  14. Impact of Faculty Development Programs to the Instructional Performance of Teachers in Governor Feliciano Leviste Memorial National High School
    Paul Joven A. Alilio
    Governor Feliciano Leviste Memorial National High School
    Lemery, Batangas, Philippines
    117 – 124

  15. Ambiguities in Verbal Linguistic Jokes and Devaluation of Grice’s Maxims of Conversation as Ingredients in Vice Ganda’s Top-Grossing Films
    Darrel M. Ocampo
    Central Bicol State University of Agriculture-Sipocot
    Camarines Sur, Philippines
    125 – 133