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Holy Angel University (HAU) has the most the number of papers accepted for presentation during the 16th National Convention of the UNESCO-Asia-Pacific Network for International Education and Values Education (UNESCO-APNIEVE) held at the University of Northern Philippines in Vigan, Ilocos Sur on April 26-28, 2017. With the theme, “In Pursuit of Quality Education: The Past, Present and Future”, the national event was graced by Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Chairperson, Dr. Patricia Licuanan. Dr. Licuanan, who delivered her keynote speech to around two hundred delegates consisting of educators and school administrators in basic education and higher educations in various schools and universities across the country.

During the three-day affair, papers (both researches and best practice) by HAU faculty were presented in various parallel sessions representing sub-themes. These are the following:

  1. Building Bridges of Understanding with Indigenous Aeta College Students through Youth Camps and Academic Support: Some Reflections on the Role of Universities in Promoting Quality Education among Indigenous Youths by Mr. Arlan dela Cruz, HAU School of Arts and Sciences
  2. Experiences of Teachers on Classroom Observation: Basis for the Development of Aligned K-12 Edukasyon sa Pagpapahalaga (EsP) by Dr. Jean Canlas, HAU School of Education
  3. Determinants of the Board Examination Performance of Teacher Education Graduates of Holy Angel University by Engr. Ma. Cristina Sicat, Ms. Sherly Abihay, Mr. Elmer Sotiangco, Mr. Sotero Biag Jr., HAU School of Arts and Sciences/School of Education
  4. A Tracer Study on the Employability of Teacher Education Graduates by Dr. Alma Natividad, Ms. Cherry Dizon, Mrs. Edna Padilla, Mrs. Alma Yu and Dr. Jean Canlas, HAU School of Arts and Sciences/School of Education

UNESCO-APNIEVE is a non-profit international organization that aims to develop the education systems in its member-states. Its network is geared towards achieving peace at all levels: within oneself, the family, the school, educational institutions, business and government agencies, and the community - nationally and globally.

Last year, HAU became one of UNESCO-APNIEVE institutional members in the midst of its peace education integration advocacy in the teacher education undergraduate curricular programs of HAU which it started in 2012. Next year, HAU shall be hosting the 17th UNESCO-APNIEVE National Convention with the School of Education as the overall unit organizer.

Date Posted: 05-21-2017