EFFECTIVE STUDENT LEARNING AS PREDICTED BY INSTRUCTIONAL QUALITY, PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE, JOB SATISFACTION OF TEACHERS: A PATH ANALYSIS

This is a path analysis wherein it will look into that affective student learning as predicted y instructional quality, professional competence and job satisfaction of teachers. This study utilized the descriptive-co relational research design to obtain information concerning the current states of the phenomena to describe.

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CATEGORIZING RESEARCH SKILLS OF GRADUATE STUDENTS: EXPLORATORY STUDY

This study aimed to categorize the research skills among graduate students through Exploratory Sequential Design. The underlying factors which emerge for each item analysis include Researchers’ skills and Capabilities, Researchers’ Excellent Qualities, and Researchers’ Excellent Characteristics. There were 17 respondents used in the study.

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ANALYSIS OF THE FACTOR STRUCTURE OF EFFECTIVE TEACHER CHARACTERISTICS IN PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS: A SEQUENTIAL EXPLORATORY DESIGN

This mixed methods study focuses on identifying the effective teacher characteristics in public elementary schools in the Municipality of Makilala. A sequential exploratory mixed method design was used, and it is a type of design in which qualitative and quantitative data are collected in parallel, analyzed separately, and then merged.

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A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF STRATEGIES IN HANDLING CLASSROOM BULLYING IN SCHOOLS

This study aimed to examine the strategies in handling classroom bullying in schools, There is no respondents in this study. A systematic review was used, it is the type of design that uses systematic methods to collect secondary data, critically appraise research studies, and synthesize findings qualitatively or quantitatively. It is designed to provide a complete, exhaustive summary of current evidence relevant to a research question.

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A STRUCTURAL MODEL OF STUDENT’S ACADEMIC MOTIVATION AS PREDICTED BY PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT, INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES AND SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT

This study aimed to examine the performance of a structural model of student’s academic motivation as predicted by parental involvement, instructional strategies and school environment of Matalam South District and Matalam Central District. The respondents of this study are the 300 teachers of Matalam South District and Matalam Central District. A path analysis was employed using adopted survey questionnaire. The mean standard deviation, regression analysis and structural equation modeling were used as statistical tools. The findings revealed the result on the level of student’s academic motivation, that all of it have a high value. Specifically, at striving for excellence standards and goal have a highest mean

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