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The School of Education held a lecture forum in the morning and its first research colloquium in the afternoon for the graduate students at the PGN Auditorium on March 18, 2017. Holy Angel University’s undergraduate students were also invited to the lecture forum.

The resource speaker for the lecture forum, Dr. Runvi V. Manguerra, delivered a talk regarding leadership and management. He also gave two important updates on the changes regarding the Teacher Education curriculum and the renewal of teaching licenses. Afterwards, questions and concerns from the audience members were entertained and answered by the guest speaker in the open forum.

Dr. Runvi V. Manguerra is the present Executive Director of the Teacher Education Council of the Department of Education. He was also a part time instructor in the Graduate School of Education.

The research colloquium in the afternoon highlighted the nominated researches for best thesis. Four undergraduate theses were chosen to be presented: “Level of Awareness and Involvement of Selected Child Protection Committee Members in the Implementation of DepEd order No. 40 series 2012: Inputs for a Proposed Action Plan”, “Systematic Review on the Improvement in MTB-MLE of the Selected Schools in the Philippines: Implications to HFA Grade School K – 12 Program”, “Ang Antas ng Kasanayan sa Pag-unawa sa Paghasa ng mga Mag-aaral sa Ika-7 Baitang: Batayan sa Pagbuo ng Kagamitang Pampagturo”, and “The Perception of Interpersonal Peace among Selected Grade 10 Students: Basis for a Proposed Peace Integration Framework in Christian Living Education”. Meanwhile, three graduate students’ theses were nominated including the works of Mr. Jonel A. Velasquez, Ms. Liezel C. Garung, and Ms. Rina Lyn B. Tolentino.

The research colloquium was held for the first time in the School of Education with the following objectives: to showcase the best theses from the undergraduate and graduate students in the 1st semester of 2016-2017, to expose the students in the field of research, and to encourage and motivate the students to make research a way of life in the School of Education.

Date Posted: 03-26-2017