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Asian Society of Teachers for Research, Inc. 2,200+ individual members as of November 22, 2019 Vision

We are an Asian Organization devoted to the advancement of pedagogy in the teaching of research in all academic levels. Mission We commit to design course syllabus in research that prepares students for publication of their thesis/dissertation; produce institutional materials for effective teaching and learning; to exchange best practices in teaching research; organize conferences that promotes new knowledge and best practices; and recognize teachers who excelled in research instruction. Institutional Members:

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Message Dear Professors, Researchers, Teachers and society members, I am so excited regarding this precious occasion, the 3rd Asian Conference on Institutional and Action Research 2019 (ACIAR 2019). Themed “From Institutional and Action Research to Publications of Best Practices,� it will be held at the Mallberry Suites Business Hotel, Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines. The ACIAR 2019 aims to: 1. To share best practices in using research solutions to school problems that result to best practice publications 2. Disseminate results of thesis/dissertation in tertiary and graduate education levels 3. To draw new perspectives in solving educational and organizational problems and issues. From the theme and aims of the conference above, it is obvious that we have to get involved in solving the challenges at all school levels to improve both the quality and efficiency of the 21st century education. To achieve these goals, we all need to examine and select the best published works to share as the basis for offering solutions to deal with all the challenges that we are facing in our own institutions. We should come up with new perspectives in addressing issues in institutions and educational system, in general and challenges that may happen in the future. Wishing all of you, professors, researchers, teachers, and all members of the Asian Society of Teachers for Research Inc., all in peace and prosperity. Sincerely yours,

Dr. Chan Roath New Generation Pedagogical Research Center Manager, National Institute of Education, Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport, Cambodia President of Cambodian Mathematical Society Asian Society of Teachers for Research, Inc. Honorary President

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Message Dear Beloved Researchers, Teachers, and Educators Welcome to the 3rd ACIAR conference 2019, held in in Mallberry Suites Business Hotel, Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines today. As it is stated here, we have the theme “From Institutional and Action Research to Publications of Best Practices.” This theme reminds us of being researchers and teachers, as well as educators around the world. It has some implications for our profession we are now engaged in. First of all, let me express my gratitude and appreciation to you all, the participants of this ACIAR (Asian Conference on Institutional and Action Research) 2019. By attending this academic event, we are responsible for our profession of being researchers, teachers, and educators. We have some objectives in this conference.  Secondly, our objectives as they are stipulated are as follows: 1) to share best practices in using research solutions to school problems that result to best practice publications; (2) disseminate results of thesis/dissertation in tertiary and graduate education levels;  and (3) to draw new perspectives in solving educational and organizational problems and issues.          Being researchers, teachers, and educators,     we have to always keep ourselves updated with the present and future development of science and technology. The science and technology related to our jobs and profession.   For that reason, it is imperative that we should share our best practices concerning the research problems and solutions.      It is not enough to share only, and therefore we have to disseminate our products or research to other researchers, teachers, and educators around the world. We have our thesis or dissertation that we should communicate to other researchers, teachers, and educators as well. This is also a good opportunity for us to have disseminated our ideas related to the state-of-the art methodology of research. And finally, we also have to draw new perspectives derived from the various ideas depicted in our products od research. This if the final objective that is so much beneficial that we can always keep ourselves updated with both the present and future development of science and technology related to our profession. Ladies and gentlemen, let me express again my thanks to Dr. Chan Roath, Honorary President and Mr. Russel B. Obsioma, our conference manager. I also would like thank you all for your presence and good luck! Best of luck,

Dr. DJUWARI Director of Language Laboratory, STIE Perbanas Surabaya, Indonesia, President of IASPER (International Association of Scholarly Publishers, Editors, and Reviewers Advisor of Indonesia Journalist and Media Publisher of East Java, Indonesia

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Message Greetings! Your theme, “From Institutional and Action Research to Publications of Best Practices is timely for all striving researchers. Not all researchers have the time to continuously do their homework because of other personal factors that hinder them to. As some other researchers are continuously doing their research studies, it continues to pour in new knowledge for the benefit of the schools, the students, other researchers, and to those that are following the current trends in technology and their applications. The three purposes that were laid out to encourage action researches to publication consider resolutions to school problems, application of the results from theses and dissertations, and drawing a new perspective in the resolutions to the educational and organizational problems and issues. Researchers are encouraged to continue with their advocacy in providing inputs to the public through their research studies in their field of expertise. One good example is my continuous encouragement of our MBA, MM, and Ph.D. students to hone their skills in writing let alone provide impetus to the striving researchers so that this industry will continue to surface. Although time is one important factor to deal with this advocacy, it is the individual’s prerogative if they can provide some time in their busy schedule. Doing research studies are not that easy to accomplish. When a new researcher started his study, he needs to focus on the format or template that he is using. For example, the use of IMRAD format in the publication of research internationally will consume so much time for a researcher who is adept in using the university academic format. The need to change from traditional format to the international publication template requires time and focus where the contents are limited to required maximum words. It is in this context that a researcher should be versatile or flexible in his approach in the preparation of his research study where he can switch from traditional or Germanic to IMRAD or vice versa. Knowing these two methods can be exciting and will be beneficial to the researchers and the readers. As a lasting word, it is my deep profound belief that institutional and actionable research can end up a significant contribution to new knowledge especially if it involves best practices in the industry it applies. It is my fervent prayer that all researchers be granted by the Almighty God the continuous sound mind, good health, and a spiritual soul for the studies produced will benefit mankind. DR. EDUARDO P. MALAGAPO CEO/Dean & Professor, EPM & Associates Graduate School Middle East Ph.D.D.A., Ph.D.B.M., Ph.D.Eng’g., DMEM, DMHRM, DrFRIM, FRIEdr, FPSME, PME

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Message As a fellow academic, researcher and a university teacher from Pakistan, I find it immensely heartening to know about the sizzling success of Philippine Conference on Multidisciplinary Research 2019 in which as I learn 60 educators from almost 30 higher education institutions successfully took active part. I am equally delighted to know ASTR is building upon the earlier moot in form of organizing global moot on November 27 instant entitled 3rd Asian Conference on Institutional and Action Research 2019 (ACIAR 2019). Research conferences help generate knowledge and wisdom regarding educational problems to guide future action in teaching-learning contexts across the world; besides contributing to formulation of policy frameworks and further research implications. Research conferences also serve as excellent platforms to pool intellectual capital (scholars) from around the globe under one ceiling, providing them opportunity to interact, inter-learn, inter-inspire one another and also intrabenefit budding and promising researchers through vis-Ă -vis interface. I feel highly honored and profoundly privileged upon having been approached to ink this my humble message on the given august occasion. I cordially felicitate the conference Honorary President Dr. Chen Roach of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports, Cambodia and Mr. Russel B. Obsioma of the conference secretariat upon smashing success of the conference; and upon being able to bring about significant improvements in higher education sector in the ASEAN. I earnestly look forward to contributing to this noble cause by being part of such noble initiative.

DR. GHULAM ALI BURIRO Assistant Professor, Institute of English Language and Literature /Media Advisor to the Vice-Chancellor University of Sindh Jamshoro, Sindh, Pakistan

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Message Warm greetings from the University of Southern Philippines Foundation! Welcome everyone to the 3rd Asian Conference on Institutional and Action Research. This year’s conference theme is “From Institutional and Action Research to Publications of Best Practices.” This conference brings together experts and researchers to share their knowledge and expertise in institutional and action research. People who are more than willing to share and learn from one another. You have all come to join this conference and learn from what you have discovered in your research endeavors. Your presence here at this conference is a clear manifestation of your willingness to share and engage others in conversations on certain significant matters. Such sharing makes for a better understanding of the nature and intricacies of institutional and action research. It is our hope that we all shall learn from our keynote speakers, and paper presenters, and from the engaged conversations that ensue. It is also our hope that when the conference is done, and when we return to our own home institutions, we take with us our learnings from this conference and share these with our colleagues and our students. I wish everyone a very fruitful and successful conference.

DR. ERNESTO LOBIOGO ALOLOR Vice President for Academic Affairs University of Southern Philippines Foundation Salinas Drive, Cebu City

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PROGRAMME DAY 1 • November 28, 2019 8:01 – 9:00a.m. Registration

9:01 – 9:05a.m. Invocation National Anthem of the Republic of the Philippines National Anthem of the United States of America National Anthem of Singapore 9:06 – 9:20a.m. Opening Remarks and Declaration of the Opening of the Conference Dr. Philip Joel Macugay Director Center for Research, Planning and Development University of Southern Philippines Foundation 9: 21 – 9:30 a.m. Philippine Declaration: Synthesis of Abstracts Mr. Billy Joel B. Ramos Thinklogic Thinklogic PTE LTD. Singapore University of San Jose-Recoletos Philippines 9:31– 9:35 a.m. Introduction of Keynote Speaker 1

9:36 – 10:00 a.m. Keynote Speech 1 Dr. Veneracion G. Cabana Visiting Scientist Department of Pathology, Division of Biological Science and the Pritzker School of Medicine University of Chicago

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10:01– 10:10 a.m. Awarding Ceremony Research Advocacy Award Best Abstract Award Best Paper Award

10:11-10:16 Introduction of Keynote Speaker 2 10:17-10:35 Keynote Speech 2 Dr. Genaro V. Japos President Philippine Association of Institutions for Research, Inc. 10:36-11:45 nn 11:46-1:00 p.m

PAPER PRESENTATION LUNCHBREAK

1:01 – 5:30p.m. PAPER PRESENTATION DAY 2 • November 29, 2019 8:01 – 9:00a.m.

Registration

9:20-12:10p.m. 12:11 – 1:00p.m. 1:01 – 3:30 p.m.

PAPER PRESENTATION

9:01 – 9:20a.m.

4:11 – 4:15 p.m.

Invocation National Anthem of the Republic of the Philippines National Anthem of Countries Represented LUNCHBREAK

PAPER PRESENTATION

Introduction of Keynote Speaker 3

4:16 – 4:45 p.m. Keynote Speech 3 Dr. Ernesto L. Alolor Vice President for Academic Affairs University of Southern Philippines Foundation 4:45 – 5:10 p.m. Awarding Ceremonies Best Oral Presenter Award Awarding of Certificates to the Participants Grand Pictorial DAY 3 • November 30, 2019 8:01 – 5:00 p.m.

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Individual Exploration of Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines

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PAPER PRESENTATIONS Day 1: November 28, 2019 Time

Title of Paper

Presenter/Institution/Country SET A

10:36 -10:55 am

10:56-11:15 am

Assessment of Customer Satisfaction on Home-Based Catering Business in Cabadbaran City, Philippines: Basis for Enhancement Program Organizational Culture, Work Environment and Job Satisfaction among Senior High School Teachers

11:16-11:35 am

Organization Development of a Marketing Organization as Basis of Quality Management System ISO 9001:2015

11:36-11:45 nn

OPEN FORUM SET A

11:46-1:00pm

LUNCH BREAK

WALTER B. JUERA Caraga State University-Cabadbaran Campus FRANCES NOVA B. DELA PENA University of Perpetual Help System BILLY JOEL B. RAMOS Thinklogic PTE LTD.

SET B 1:01 – 1:20pm

Ecological Development and Sustainable Tourism of Panay Island in Selected Provinces: Design and Development of Sustainable Management Indicator

DENZIL I. GALON Iloilo State College of Fisheries

1:21 – 1:40pm

Green Initiatives of the Fine Dining Restaurants in Cities of Cebu, Philippines: Basis for Environmentally Sustainable Operations

TERESITA B. PIEZAS Cebu Institute of Technology- University

1:41 – 2:00 pm

Sensitivity Analysis of Penman-Monteith Reference Evapotranspiration to Climatic Variables in Davao Region, Philippines

GRACE OLEA-TULANG Compostela Valley State College

2:01-2:20 pm

Intensifying Forage Legumes Strata System Technology through Dairy Cattle Production

MARCOS ERRAM BOLLIDO Northwest Samar State University

2:21 – 2:30pm

Open Forum (SET B) SET C

2:31 – 2:50pm

Goal Setting, Monitoring and Feedbacking Practices as Performance Management Mechanisms

SHEENA MAE T. COMIGHUD Foundation University DepEd- Bayawan City

Education Law Literacy of Administrators in State Universities and Colleges

ALMA SONIA Q. SANCHEZDANDAY Leyte Normal University

3:11 – 3:30 pm

Level of Stress Experienced by Teachers, Extent of Utilization of Coping Strategies and Extent of Their Wellness

MARIAGLORIA A. PUNTERO Foundation University DepEd- Dumaguete City

3:31-3:50 pm

Impact of Academic Performance, Personality Types, SelfEfficacy and Demographic Profile to the Employability Skills of Alternative Learning System Learners

JOLLY DUCOY PUERTOS Liceo de Cagayan University

2:51 – 3:10 pm

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3:51– 4:00 pm

Open Forum (SET C) SET D

4:01 – 4:20 pm

4:21 – 4;40pm 4:41 – 5:00 pm 5:01-5:20 pm

Play, Pray and Pay-It-Forward’: Resiliency, Spirituality and Sustainability in Community Theatre Arts Program

RICHARD G. CASTOR Central Bicol State University of Agriculture-Calabanga Campus

Near-zero Error Density Index (EDI) Assay of the Higher Education Editorial Board Campus Journalists

TINA PRESTO-DABU Columban College Inc.

Knowledge and Competence of Barangay Health Workers (BHWs): A Basis for a Self-Learning Kit Reducing the Public Speaking Anxiety of ESL College Students through Popsispeak

5:21-5:30 pm

Open Forum (SET D)

ROSA U. CID Central Bicol State University of Agriculture-Calabanga Campus FATIMA CLARINDA DELA CRUZ Columban College Inc.

MARIA VISITACION M. TABURNAL Camarines Sur Polytechnic Colleges MARLON S. PONTILLAS Camarines Sur Polytechnic Colleges

Day 2: November 29, 2019 Time

Title of Paper

Presenter/Institution/Country SET E

9:01-9:20 am

Unit Residents’ Satisfaction Level on the Physical Environment and Interactional Quality of a Condominium in a University Belt in Metro Manila, Philippines

DONALD PARAS MONTELLANO Universidad de Manila

9:21-9:40 am

The Implementation of Disaster Risk Reduction and Management in Buenavista, Agusan Del Norte, Philippines

JUNEL D. LAPINID Surigao del Sur State University-Tandag

9:41-10:00 am

Functionality of the Disaster Risk Reduction Management Program of Negros Oriental

MAVIC G. SALA Foundation University DepEd- Negros Oriental

10:01-10:20 am

Eco- Friendly School Best Practices: Its Effects and Challenges among Teachers and Stakeholders

JESSICA R. CHAN Manuel Logod Central School

10:21-10:40am

OPEN FORUM SET E SET F

10:41 -11:10 am

Addressing the Need of the Senior High School Based on the Designed Work Immersion Curriculum

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MARA M. REYES Don Jose Integrated High School

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11:11-10:30 am

Utilization of Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses (MOOE) in Relation to Students’ Academic Performance

SHEENA MAE T. COMIGHUD DepEd- Bayawan City

11:31-11:50 am

Tudtulan Nu Magindanawon: Its Potential as Instructional Materials

TERESITA L. ABREA Mindanao State University-Maguindanao

11:51-12:10 am

Student-Centered Learning in General Education Program: An Analysis

12:01-12:10nn 12:11-1:00pm

RACHELLE S. GARCIA Far Eastern University- Manila NEMENCIO S. SANTOS JR. Far Eastern University- Manila

OPEN FORUM SET F` LUNCH BREAK SET G

1:01 – 1:20pm

1:21 – 1:40pm

Local Legislators’ Awareness and Adoption of Parliamentary Procedures in the Fifth District of Camarines Sur, Philippines

How Well-Protected are Teachers in School?

APRIL Z. LUZON Camarines Sur Polytechnic Colleges ALMA SONIA Q. SANCHEZDANDAY Leyte Normal University

1;41 – 2:00 pm

Philippine Higher Education Institution’s Discourse on Sustainable Development: Bicol SUCs in Perspective

RICHARD G. CASTOR Central Bicol State University of Agriculture-Calabanga Campus

2:01-2:20 pm

Improving Coordination in Implementing the ProjectBased Learning Curriculum in the Senior High School Program of ACADEMY X

JESSICA JAYE S. RANIESES iACADEMY

2:21 – 2:30pm

Open Forum SET G

2:31 – 2:50pm

Mathematics Anxiety and Performance of Bachelor of Science in Mathematics Students in CBSUA-Calabanga

CRISTINE D. SAPE-SALAZAR Central Bicol State University of Agriculture-Calabanga Campus

2:51 – 3:10pm

Effect of Teacher’s Attitude on Kindergarten Learning

APPLE JANE T. MOLABOLA Leyte Normal University

3;11 – 3:30 pm

The Effectiveness of Collaborative Approaches of Grade 9 TLE Students

MARIAN H. ALEJANDRINO Baesa High School

3:31-3:50 pm

The Effect of Using Seminar in Improving the Performance of Graduating Education Students

JUVENAL S. BARDAJE JR. Leyte Normal University

3:51 – 4:00pm

Open Forum SET H

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QUANTITATIVE DESIGN Green Initiatives of the Fine Dining Restaurants in Cities of Cebu, Philippines: Basis for Environmentally Sustainable Operations

TERESITA B. PIEZAS

Cebu Institute of Technology- University Philippines

QUALITATIVE DESIGN (Discourse Analysis) Philippine Higher Education Institution’s Discourse on Sustainable Development: Bicol SUCs in Perspective

RICHARD G. CASTOR

Central Bicol State University of AgricultureCalabanga Campus Philippines

Criteria: Compliance to word count -15% Content & Sequence- 25% Completeness of keywords- 10% Results of TBQA- 20% Novelty & newness of results -30%

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3rd Asian Conference on Institutional and Action Research (ACIAR 2019) Co-hosted by:

QUALITATIVE DESIGN (Case Study) How Well-Protected are Teachers in School?

ALMA SONIA Q. SANCHEZ-DANDAY

Leyte Normal University Philippines

EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN Sensitivity Analysis of Penman-Monteith Reference Evapotranspiration to Climatic Variables in Davao Region, Philippines

GRACE OLEA-TULANG Compostela Valley State College Philippines

Criteria: Contibution to new knowledge- 25% Scientific Writing- 30% Quality of References20% Grammar and Originality- 15% Adherence to Conference Theme- 10%

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First Keynote Speaker

ch e e p S e t o n y e K VENERACION G. CABANA, PhD, FAHA Visiting Scientist University of Chicago

Institutional Research is a kind of iterative or repeated cycle of study done at institutions of higher learning to “ inform campus decision-making and planning in areas such as: admission, financial aid, curriculum assessment, enrollment management, staffing, student life, finance, facilities, athletics, and alumni relations.” IR researchers collect, analyze report and warehouse quantitative and qualitative data about their institution’s students, faculty, staff, curriculum, course offerings, and learning outcomes. They are involved in collecting and reporting information to government bodies (for example, CHED, DepEd) https://www.google.com/search?q=institutional+r esearch&oq=institutional+research&aqs=chrome.0.69i59j0l4j69i60.17095j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 On the other hand, Action Research (AR) as the term implies involves studies aimed to produce “action”. The term “action research” was coined in the 1940s by Kurt Lewin, a German-American social psychologist who is widely considered to be the founder of this field. In schools, AR refers to a wide variety of evaluative, investigative, and analytical research methods designed to diagnose problems or weaknesses—whether organizational, academic, or instructional—and help educators develop practical solutions to address them quickly and efficiently. The main purpose of action research is to improve educational programs within schools. The four main types of action research design are: individual research, collaborative research, school-wide research and district-wide research. https://www.google.com/search?q=action +research&oq=action+research&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i59j0l3j69i61.9516j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 AR researchers Identify a problem to be studied, collect data on the problem, organize, analyze, and interpret the data, develop a plan to address the problem, implement the plan, evaluate the results of the actions taken, identify a new problem, repeat the process expected to help the institution to solve problems quickly and efficiently. Unlike more formal research studies, such as those conducted by universities and published in peer-reviewed scholarly journals, AR is typically conducted by the educators working in the district or school being studied—the participants—rather than by independent, impartial observers from outside organizations. Less formal, prescriptive, or theorydriven research methods are typically used when conducting AR, since the goal is to address practical problems in a specific school or classroom, rather than produce independently validated and reproducible findings that others, outside of the context being studied can use to guide their future actions or inform the design of their academic programs. AR involves three models: TechnicalAR, Practical AR and Emancipatory AR In this increasingly competitive field, we must take a look at our competitive advantages.

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Second Keynote Speaker

GENARO V. JAPOS, PhD, DoDT, DM, DHRM President Philippine Association of Institutions for Research, Inc. Institutional research aims to diagnose frontline and management problems as basis for designing solutions. Action research is part two of institutional research since it deals results of implemented actions or interventions to solve identified problems in the institutional research. Results if institutional and action research by their nature do not have generalizability owing to their being case studies unique to the institution. Hence, hypothesis thesis that leads to theory validation is not the object of such studies. What they are concerned about is to derive feedback on how particular actions generate results to ameliorate existing problems. Few journals accept these studies. In particular JIRSEA, the Journal of Institutional Research, Scopus-indexed and published by SEAAIR based in Bangkok, Thailand and Institutional Research Journal published by PAIR accept these studies. Both SEAAIR and PAIR are affiliated with the Association of Institutional Research, USA. Such studies can be published in the Action Research Journal and the Research Digest of the universities. A forum institutional or action research should held as venue for these studies as a development conference. The winners bag the price for benchmarking tour to other schools to learn some beat practices, Positive results of these studies need to be replicated to affirm results and polish the methodology resulting to the crafting of a Research Protocol. Another study is born as a documentation of Best Practices. AIR USA , the airweb.org has a helpful book on Primer of Institutional Research which you get upon payment of membership.

Third Keynote Speaker

DR. ERNESTO LOBIOGO ALOLOR Vice President for Academic Affairs University of Southern Philippines Foundation Education 4.0: The Changing Educational Landscape Our global educational landscape is rapidly changing because of the on-going disruptions being brought about by the Fourth Industrial Revolution or IR 4.0; thus, Education 4.0. With all these disruptions, our educational and training systems, and particularly our institutions of higher learning, need to adapt to better prepare graduates for the flexibility and critical thinking skills they will need in the future workplace because the upheaval of IR 4.0 would be more likely to be felt in the workplace. Our institutional, our individual and collective research endeavors need to consider the innovations in artificial intelligence, biotechnology, robotics, and other emerging technologies because our capabilities, including our research capabilities, and our potentials will evolve along with these technologies that we create.

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ften evaluative, investigative and analytical in nature, institutional and action research aim to diagnose organizational, instructional, or academic issues and problems and develop practical, efficient and realistic solutions and outcomes. However, institutional and action research outputs do not simply end in problem identification and resolution. Rather, its value comes full circle in its journal publication, article citation, information dissemination and research translation to the most number of people. The end goal is not just improving the community we serve but also, the other communities, institutions and organizations that has encountered, is encountering and will encounter similar issues and difficulties. In publishing these institutional and action research outputs, we are not just filling in the gap in knowledge but also, providing possible solutions, policies and processes backed by scientific evidence to quandaries of institutional kind. Hosted by the Asian Society of Teachers for Research, Inc. and co-hosted by the University of Southern Philippines Foundation, the 3rd Asian Conference on Institutional and Action Research 2019 highlights this fact as it gathers scientists, researchers, academicians, administrators, teachers and students in this Conference. Themed ““From Institutional and Action Research to Publications of Best Practices,” the ACIAR 2019 aims to: (1) to share best practices in using research solutions to school problems that result to best practice publications; (2) disseminate results of thesis/dissertation in tertiary and graduate education levels; and (3) to draw new perspectives in solving educational and organizational problems and issues. Most studies to be presented in this Conference deals with providing solutions to problems in the educational setting as most of the participants come from basic and higher education institutions. The study on student –centered learning in General Education Program revealed that the student-centered approach honed students’ ability in communication, self-directed learning, critical thinking and creativity. The studies on Popispeak, a public speaking anxiety intervention for students, effectiveness of collaborative approaches of Technology and Livelihood Education students as well as the effect of using seminar in the performance of graduating education students showed that Popispeak, the collaborative approaches and seminars improved the public speaking anxiety and oral communication skills of college students, learning outcomes of TLE students and level of performance of graduating education students, respectively. On the other hand, the study Maguindanao’s tudtulan (folk literature) showed potential as instructional materials as it promotes nationalism and ethnocentrism.

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Studies on the effect of teacher’s attitude on Kindergarten learning, Mathematics anxiety and performance of students, and utilization of maintenance and other operating expenses in relation to student’s academic performance offer perspectives on other factors that influence pupils and student’s learning and academic performance. The research outputs on the level of stress by teachers, faculty organization presidents and how they handle cases involving teachers, and education literacy of administrators in state universities and colleges provide a picture on the level of stress experienced by teachers, how school heads handle cases involving teachers and how they protect teachers’ rights, and the education law literacy of SUC administrators. Moreover, the research outputs dealing with organization development of a marketing organization, organization culture of a government agency as well as well as assessment of customer satisfaction of a home-based catering business provide insights that could be beneficial in the improvement of the respective organization, government agency and business. Studies on sustainability, sustainable development and disaster risk reduction and management are also well represented in this conference. The study highlighting conceptions of sustainable development through vision and mission statements of nine Bicol SUCs posited that sustainable practices of SUCs are anchored mainly in the institutional statements and requires re-orienting higher education specifically on sustainable development. Studies on the functionality of the DRRM program of Negros Oriental and implementation of DRRM in Agusan del Norte, Philippines determined the functionality as well as the implementation of the Disaster Risk Reduction and Management program in the respective localities.

Studies on the environment, ecology and conservation are also to be presented. The research outputs on ecological development and sustainable tourism of Panay Island, the sensitivity analysis of Penman-Monteith Reference evapotranspiration to climactic variables, green initiatives of fine dining restaurants, and eco-friendly school best practices highlights the overarching need to push for the protection and care of the environment in the rapid onset of the catastrophic impacts of climate change. These studies and more that I have not mentioned will be presented in this forum. These research outputs are welcome addition to the global repository of knowledge. I sincerely hope that the outputs that have been presented here will hopefully be published and eventually cited, as that is the end goal of every researcher. We congratulate the Asian Society of Teachers for Research, Inc. and the University of Southern Philippines Foundation for organizing this scientific undertaking and gathering this spectrum of research outputs showcasing the importance of institutional and action research.

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Assessment of Customer Satisfaction on Home-Based Catering Business in Cabadbaran City, Philippines: Basis for Enhancement Program WALTER B. JUERA https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8332-1779 juerawalter@gmail.com Caraga State University-Cabadbaran Campus Philippines A business should strive to achieve customer satisfaction. The study aimed to formulate an enhancement program about customer satisfaction among home-based catering businesses in Cabadbaran City, Philippines. The researcher utilized the quantitative non-experimental research design using a survey method in this study. Moreover, results revealed that customers agree in their expectation that home-based catering business much evidently met the quality of food and is at par comparable to established hotels and restaurants; offers a more personalize services compared to others; have a very satisfactory quality service; and is reliable in fulfilling contractual agreements. Furthermore, results showed that customer’s overall evaluation in perceived quality after purchasing or availing home-based catering services had been met. The customer’s quality, customization, and reliability experience also display a very satisfactory and much experienced post-purchase transaction towards home-based catering business. Moreover, results revealed that customers are very satisfied with the value of services given the price as well as its valuebased attributes. Overall, customers are highly satisfied with the food quality of home-based catering business. A matrix on the proposed enhancement program was made by the researcher. Keywords: Business, home-based catering, customer satisfaction, enhancement program, quantitative design, Philippines

Organizational Culture, Work Environment and Job Satisfaction among Senior High School Teachers FRANCES NOVA B. DELA PEÑA https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1980-5066 frances.delapena@deped.gov.ph University of Perpetual Help System Philippines

This study aimed at determining the organizational culture, work environment, and job satisfaction at DepEd Sta. Rosa, Philippines. Utilizing the descriptive design, the following conclusions were drawn: the respondents believed that the school heads possess empowering style leadership to empower the teachers in helping them lead the school, the school heads also work collaboratively with the teachers. They have strong core values. They involved teachers in the planning and conduct classroom observation and gave feedback to the teachers. The teachers have a good relationship with the students, with their co-teachers and with their school heads. Teachers are flexible. They deal well with their students in the inside and outside classrooms, they can work together with their co-teachers, and they can work and help their school heads. They establish a good relationship among students, teachers, and school heads. The teachers’ level of job satisfaction depends on the remuneration, if they are well compensated, then teachers have a high level of job satisfaction. Teachers must have a privilege for professional development, they also have workloads that are in their field of specializations and have work life balance by maintaining a balance between work and personal life. The more positive is the perception of the teachers on the organizational culture of the school, the higher is their level of job satisfaction. The relationship between the respondents’ work environment and the level of job satisfaction significantly existed. The better is the work environment in the school; the higher is the level of job satisfaction of the teachers. Keywords: Human Resource, organizational culture, work environment, job satisfaction, senior high school teachers, descriptive design, Philippines

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Organization Development of a Marketing Organization as Basis of Quality Management System ISO 9001:2015 BILLY JOEL B. RAMOS http://orcid.org/0000-0003-0914-699X billyjoelb.ramos@gmail.com Thinklogic PTE LTD. Singapore Quality Management System contributed a significant success to the organizational development in terms of a quality policy, positive company image, client satisfaction, and continual improvement and provide profit from the increased job satisfaction, improved operational results and improved morale. The study aimed to improve the existing organizational structure to a more systematic and standardized approach: increase cooperation and collaboration among employees, to increase organizational problem-solving; and put in place processes that will help improve the ongoing operation of an organization on a continuous basis, which aligns to ISO 9001 Quality Management System. A mixed-method was utilized. A validatedresearch survey questionnaire modified and obtained from the RI Trust Council for Conservation Organizational SelfAssessment. Focus group discussion has been also utilized in this study to gather important information that will support the study of the organizational development of the marketing organization. The results revealed that forming, norming and fulfilling and bifurcation affected the core management operations of the entire organization, elevated productivity, and operations efficiency, kept the employee motivated, attracted financial investors, and minimized risks. The QMS ISO 9001:2015 standard was partially complied but several clauses were needed to be observed to meet the standards. The study concluded that the marketing organization benefited substantially from organization development intervention that streamlines the mission, vision, goals and targets, policies, programs, human resources, procedures, processes, through the implementation of the Quality Management System. Keywords: Organizational development, quality management system, marketing organization, mixed methods, Singapore, Philippines

Ecological Development and Sustainable Tourism of Panay Island in Selected Provinces: Design and Development of Sustainable Management Indicator DENZIL I. GALON https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9154- 9060 denzog2015@gmail.com Iloilo State College of Fisheries Philippines Iloilo, one of the premier regions of the Philippines, is one of the fastest growing provinces in the country, spurred by the growth of its capital, Iloilo City. This quantitative-qualitative study aimed for the design and development of Ecological Development and Sustainable Tourism in terms of economics, environmental, social and cultural and community attitude on its positive and negative effect of tourism of Panay Island and selected provinces located in Western Visayas on its Tourism sector as perceived by 701 local communities, Local Government Officials (LGUs), local tourists, foreign tourists, hospitality and tourism graduates and professionals. A modified survey questionnaire – checklists, Focus Group Discussion (FGD), were used to gather data. Mean, Frequency, rank, cross tabulation data analysis were the statistical tools used in the quantitative part of the study. Result shows that on Economic Impact resulted to Positive impact 4.17 percent disagree and on negative impact 33.83 percent agree, on Social – Cultural Impact on Positive 33.00 percent agree and on negative impact 35.67 percent agree, while on the Environment Positive impact agree with 35.67 percent and on Negative Impact 22.50 percent disagree, on the other hand on Community Attitude slightly disagree on Positive impact with 27.08 percent, on Negative impact agree 21.39 percent, the community responded both impact to the community. On tourist factor resulted slightly 26.30 percent and on Destination factor resulted slightly disagree with 23.83 percent. Keywords: Development and sustainable tourism, tourism indicators, descriptive design cross tabulation analysis, FGD, Panay Island Philippines

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Green Initiatives of the Fine Dining Restaurants in Cities of Cebu, Philippines: Basis for Environmentally Sustainable Operations TERESITA B. PIEZAS https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7950-9197 balabateresita07@gmail.com Cebu Institute of Technology- University Philippines

Relentless global warming calls humanity demands unyielding mitigation measures. This study assessed the green initiatives of selected fine dining restaurants in three highly urbanized cities of Cebu, Philippines. This study applied the predictive relational research method. Using a purposive sampling technique, 124 informants were randomly selected from 12 fine dining restaurants. Survey questionnaires were used and data were subjected to a simple percentage, weighted mean, and One-Way ANOVA. Results revealed that the majority of the respondents were within 21 to 30 years old, males, single, college graduates, rank-andfile employees, and had been working in the restaurants for 1 to 3 years. The majority of the restaurants had been operating for five years or more, offers European cuisine, had a capitalization of PhP5,000,000.00 and seating capacity of 101 to 150 customers at a time. Further, management fully implemented green initiatives in terms of energy efficiency, water conservation, and waste management. However, the most critical issue is policy implementation. Lastly, there is no significant difference in the assessment of the respondents on the extent of implementation of the green initiatives according to location and job designation. The perceived adherence to environmentally-directed operations moreover did not necessarily reflect relevant actions towards environmental sustainability. Keywords: Global warming, predictive research, restaurant business, environmental conservation, and waste management, Cebu, Philippines    *Co-authors: Policronio A. Dorio Jr. & Dr. Richie L. Montebon                        University of Cebu-Lapu-Lapu & Mandaue

Sensitivity Analysis of Penman-Monteith Reference Evapotranspiration to Climatic Variables in Davao Region, Philippines GRACE OLEA-TULANG https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7283- 1773 grace.tulang@cvsc.edu.ph Compostela Valley State College Philippines The occurrence of climate change problems has become a major concern nowadays because it may bring a significant impact to different components of the water cycle. One of these components is evapotranspiration. Thus, the sensitivity analysis is essential in understanding the effect of climatic input variables on the variation of evapotranspiration, which is a significant element for hydrological modeling, irrigation programs, and water resources management. This study investigated the effects of evapotranspiration on the variation of temperature, sunshine duration, wind speed, and relative humidity and to generate thematic maps of the four climatic factors and reference evapotranspiration using GIS. Daily data from 2008 to 2018 of USeP and PCA PAGASA Agromet Stations were used. For each climatic variable, a variation of ±2% up to ±10% was performed to evaluate the sensitivity of the evapotranspiration to the input variables. Results showed that evapotranspiration is more sensitive to the variation of sunshine duration, relative humidity, and maximum temperature. The highest computed sensitivity coefficients were observed on the sunshine duration and relative humidity with a value of 0.54 and 0.74, and 2.72 and 1.48 at USeP and PCA Stations, respectively. This indicated a larger predictive power that implies positive predictions of evapotranspiration for future use. Keywords: Evapotranspiration, Penman-Monteith,Sensitivity Coefficient, Philippines

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Intensifying Forage Legumes Strata System Technology through Dairy Cattle Production MARCOS ERRAM BOLLIDO https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2603- 3922 markbollido@yahoo.com Northwest Samar State University Philippines Intensifying Forage Legumes Strata System Technology (FLSST) through Dairy Cattle production was implemented in collaboration with the Department of Agriculture and Local Government Unit of San Jorge, Samar. Beneficiaries were selected based on the set criteria and qualification. Farmers were trained on Dairy cattle production. In five communities, ten beneficiaries received one head ready to breed cow. Each farmer beneficiary has established 500 sq. meter pasture area using the FLSST. It was revealed that the abundant grasses and leguminous forages helped in improving the health of the cattle. An average of 150 kg during the release of the cattle to an average weight of 290 kg. Cows were pregnant and gave calves through Artificial Insemination. An evident impact was observed: Ground Level Impact: Participants appreciated the maximization of the idle land into productive, farmers motivated to purchase additional ruminants. Five hectares of idle land was utilized. Deep Level Impact: A positive outlook of individuals to venture into ruminants production. Attitudinal transformation among family members absorbed by the community, 5 farmers adopters of FLSST. External Level Impact: Non-participants of the project were planted leguminous forages in their idle land. Positive outlook of non-participants in pasture development and dairy cattle production. Keywords: Forages, legumes, strata system technology, dairy cattle, Philippines

Goal Setting, Monitoring and Feedbacking Practices as Performance Management Mechanisms SHEENA MAE T. COMIGHUD https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9738-6074 sheenamae.comighud@deped.gov.ph Foundation University DepEd- Bayawan City, Philippines This paper examined the extent of school heads’ implementation of the Results-based Performance Management System (RPMS) as performance management mechanisms in the Department of Education (DepEd). It focused on the 61 school heads and 271 teaching personnel of Bayawan City Division, Negros Oriental, Philippines for SY 2018-2019. It utilized the descriptive, comparative, and correlational methods of research in the sense that the extent of school heads’ implementation of goal setting, monitoring and feedbacking practices was surveyed and the results were related to teachers’ job performance. The extent of implementation of the RPMS was measured in terms of the following phases: a) planning and commitment, b) monitoring and coaching, c) review and evaluation, and d) rewards and developmental planning. It revealed that there is a very high extent of goal setting, monitoring and feedbacking practices as respectively assessed by both the school heads and teachers in all RPMS areas: a) planning and commitment, b) monitoring and coaching, c) review and evaluation, and d) rewards and developmental planning There were also significant difference shown in the extent of school heads’ performance management mechanisms and teachers’ job performances when the former and the latter are respectively grouped according to their profile items as to length of experience, educational attainment and position held. It concluded that there is a strong and significant relationship between the extent of goal setting, monitoring, and feedbacking practices as performance management mechanisms and teachers’ job performance as all the values of rs fall in the “strong relationship” categories with an overall rating of 0.712 and computed p-values less than the 0.05 level of significance. Keywords: Performance Management Mechanisms, extent of implementation, results-based performance management system, teachers’ job performance descriptive design, Philippines

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Education Law Literacy of Administrators in State Universities and Colleges ALMA SONIA Q. SANCHEZ-DANDAY BILLY A. DANDAY http://orcid.org/0000-0001-7374-982X http://orcid.org/0000-0002-9771-5912 alexnightingale2000@yahoo.com billydanday@gmail.com Leyte Normal University Leyte Normal University Philippines Philippines This descriptive-correlational study determined the education law literacy of 175 administrators of state universities and colleges in the Eastern Visayas Region of the Philippines and its association with their age, sex, educational background, teacher certification, length of administrative and teaching experience, and exposure to education law. A researcher-made Education Law Test on students’ and teachers’ rights was utilized. Descriptive and inferential statistics were used in analyzing the data such as frequencies, means, standard deviation, Eta correlation, Pearson product-moment correlation, and Spearman rank correlation. Results showed a poor overall literacy level of administrators on education law and a very low or negligible association between education law literacy and law background. Recommendations include future research directions to improve the education law literacy of school administrators. Keywords: Education law literacy, student rights, teacher rights, descriptive-correlational study, Philippines

Level of Stress Experienced by Teachers, Extent of Utilization of Coping Strategies and Extent of Their Wellness MARIAGLORIA A. PUNTERO https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0336-7994 mariagloria.puntero@deped.gov.ph Foundation University DepEd- Dumaguete City Philippines This study aimed to determine the level of stress experienced by teachers, the extent of utilization of coping strategies, and the extent of their wellness. The respondents came from 18 public elementary schools comprising the City Division of Dumaguete, Philippines for School Year 2018-2019. Some 142 teachers were taken in as respondents. The study was descriptive and correlational in nature. It utilized the frequency distribution, percentage, weightedmean, and the Pearson r and Chi-square for statistical analysis. Data of the study revealed that the respondents are “Mildly Stressed” with individual and organizational stressors and, “Slightly Stressed” with environmental stressors. On the other hand, teachers were found to have a “high” extent of utilization on the stress’ coping strategies, and also revealed a “high” extent of wellness. Furthermore, findings in this study disclosed that the teachers’ level of stress experienced has a “weak” degree of relationship with their coping strategies, namely: time management, lifestyle management technique, physiological technique, and support seeking, while a “Negligible” connection is indicated on the cognitive technique. In addition, data revealed a “Negligible” relationship between the teachers’ level of stress experienced and the extent of their wellness was found on the following wellness variables, namely; emotional, intellectual, social and spiritual. Meanwhile, a “weak” bond is established on physical wellness. Lastly, the relationship between the teachers’ extent of wellness and their profile in terms of: sex, age, educational attainment and family income showed “Negligible” results. Keywords:Stressors, burnout, coping strategies, wellness, descriptive correlational design, Philippines

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Impact of Academic Performance, Personality Types, Self-Efficacy and Demographic Profile to the Employability Skills of Alternative Learning System Learners JOLLY DUCOY PUERTOS https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8276-659X jollydpuertos@yahoo.com Liceo de Cagayan University Philippines The five learning strands of alternative learning system are intended to improve the employability skills of the learners. With improved employability skills, learners will have better chances of employment after graduation. This study was conducted to determine the employability skills of ALS learners and to find out the factors that are associated and can predict employability skills. Employing the descriptive-correlational research design, a total of 473 participants were selected through purposive sampling technique. Survey questionnaires for personality types, self-efficacy, and employability skills were administered to the participants. Results showed that the participants of the study have a low level of employability skills, academic performance, and self-efficacy. Extraverts, sensors, feelers, and judgers were the dominant personality types of the participants and the majority were looking for employment after graduation. Results of the statistical computations revealed that employability skills are significantly related to academic performance, personality types, self-efficacy, and post-graduation plans. Of the five significant predictors of employability skills, gender was found to be the best predictor to employability skills whereas employment plan after graduation has the highest influence among the variables. Conclusions can be drawn that for the learners to improve employability skills, they need to improve their academic performance in the five learning strands, self-efficacy, employment plan, and personality. Keywords: Employability skills, academic performance, performance types, self-efficacy, demographic profile, descriptive-correlational design, Philippines

Play, Pray and Pay-It-Forward’: Resiliency, Spirituality and Sustainability in Community Theatre Arts Program RICHARD G. CASTOR https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9929-4288 richard.castor@cbsua.edu.ph Central Bicol State University of Agriculture-Calabanga Campus Philippines

ROSA U. CID https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5080-9578 rose.ubano-cid@cbsua.edu.ph Central Bicol State University of Agriculture-Calabanga Campus Philippines

Community theatre was once touted to spur development that spans social and intellectual relevance to education, tourism and economic advantages. This paper explored resiliency, spirituality and sustainability through narratives of outcome and impact of community theatre arts program which introduced theatre arts workshops, produced religious scripts and have the community take part in staging play productions. An exploratory-multiple-case-study approach through key informant interviews, focus group discussion and observation including examination of extension process documentation guided this research. SAMBIT of CBSUA Calabanga, Camarines Sur, Philippines offered community theatre arts program as extension modality. Commencing with co-creative workshops highlighted the essence of play and in unleashing creativity and appreciation for diversity. Community members and trainers collaboratively participated in street and stage play productions as direct outcomes of workshops. Three of the staged productions are religious in nature namely, An Pasyon ni Kristo, Ang Mabathalang Awa and Nazareno, teaching and inviting participants and audience in a praywhile-you-watch experience. In all 33 staging of these plays, a pay-it-forward scheme was established in which community generates economic gains contributing to vibrant tourism and infrastructure development of churches. Five IEC materials were produced, four of which are copyrighted books, two are commercially available and all are utilized as references for instruction and extension. Keywords: Community theatre, resilience, spirituality, sustainability, case study, Philippines

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Near-zero Error Density Index (EDI) Assay of the Higher Education Editorial Board Campus Journalists TINA PRESTO-DABU https://orcid.org/ 0000-0003-3479-6222 tpdabu@gmail.com Columban College Inc. Philippines

FATIMA CLARINDA DELA CRUZ https://orcid.org/ 0000-0002-8194-5449 Fatima.delacruz16@gmail.com Columban College Inc. Philippines

Error density index (EDI) as a methodological tool provides a magnifying picture of the communicative competence, particularly the writing competence of the journalists. This article presupposes to develop the journalists’ skills towards becoming good writers and copy editors, referees, and critics, who are able to train their contributors and members in professional writing for public reading. It analyzed the 11 campus writers’ (CWs) 33 written articles by means of examining the errors from the original composition to the revised edition. The error density index (EDI) as a methodological tool was analyzed and the error production frequency investigated. The outcome of the frequency count and averaging was utilized to provide a magnifying picture of the communicative competence, particularly the writing competence of the journalists. The percentage was used to determine the frequency and percentage distribution in the causes and sources of errors. The highest number of errors made was in dealing with subject-verb agreement, with 27% of the total errors made; followed by sentence structure at 21%; and tenses, with 14%. The results revealed an above average competency in journalistic writing with only 27% errors as the highest. With continuous guidance and feedback, CWs may reach near-zero EDI. Keywords: Near-zero, error density index, assay, higher education, campus journalists, Philippines

Knowledge and Competence of Barangay Health Workers (BHWs): A Basis for a Self-Learning Kit MARIA VISITACION M. TABURNAL https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3706-0835 marvimirastaburnal@yahoo.com Camarines Sur Polytechnic Colleges Philippines Health is an indispensable element of living in the community. The barangay health workers (BHWs) are the providers of healthcare services that meet the health needs of their constituents in their community. They are the persons who inspire and motivate people to live a clean and healthy life. For these BHWs to do their jobs effectively and efficiently, core skills, applied knowledge, and a good attitude are vital for them to work well in a variety of setting. A need to evaluate their competence is necessary, thus this study. The descriptive-correlational method was used with a self-made questionnaire as the main data gathering tool. Purposive sampling through total enumeration was used to determine the participants. Data were analyzed using percentage technique, weighted mean and chi-square test for independence. Results revealed that the BHWs were moderately competent, with a very satisfactory rating on their attitude; the personal and environmental factors affect their competence. The length of service as BHW was found significant in the competence of BHWs. To be well-equipped with knowledge and skills, and to enhance their performance the BHWs are encouraged to have continuous attendance to training and seminars and use the self-learning kit. Keywords: Nursing Education, extension, barangay health workers (BHWs), knowledge and competence, descriptive-correlational study, Philippines

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Reducing the Public Speaking Anxiety of ESL College Students through Popsispeak MARLON S. PONTILLAS https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7671- 2544 arlpontillas@yahoo.com Camarines Sur Polytechnic Colleges Philippines It is evident that even students had already English subjects in the primary and secondary years, some of them are afraid to use the English language in the classroom at the tertiary level. They find difficulty in expressing themselves using the said language because of several factors. This study focused on helping the students face their fear in public speaking, which interferes with their oral communication skills. The teacher-researcher introduced an intervention called Popsispeak. This study utilized a oneshot case study. A total of 28 students of Camarines Sur Polytechnic Colleges who were enrolled in the class of the teacher-researcher for the A.Y. 2017-2018 2nd semester served as the respondents of the study. T-test for Dependent Samples was used to determine the significant difference between the pretest and post-test results of the students’ Personal Report of Public Speaking Anxiety (PRPSA) devised by McCroskey. The same statistical tool was also used in determining the level of oral communication skills of the students before and after the intervention. Pearson’s Correlation was used in determining the relationship between public speaking anxiety and oral communication skills. Thematic analysis was utilized in grouping the responses of the students regarding their experiences in the intervention activity. It was found out that Popsispeak is an effective intervention in helping students elevate their oral communication skills and reduce their public speaking anxiety. Keywords: Language Education, oral communication skills, Popsispeak, public speaking anxiety, One Shot Case Study, Philippines

Unit Residents’ Satisfaction Level on the Physical Environment and Interactional Quality of a Condominium in a University Belt in Metro Manila, Philippines DONALD PARAS MONTELLANO https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2609-6146 donald_montellano2001@yahoo.com Universidad de Manila, Philippines

For the last ten years, condominiums were only for those who can afford them. Today, they also cater to the students within the university belt areas of the cities, especially in Metro Manila, Philippines. As such, this study determined the satisfaction level of the condominium residents in terms of physical environment quality (PEQ) and interactional quality (IQ) between the unit owners and the employees of the building property management. The study involved 315 unit residents who were randomly selected from the six towers/buildings of the Suntrust Parkview Condominium Properties near SM Manila. Their satisfaction level was measured using a five-point Likert scale: “strongly dissatisfied” (1) to “strongly satisfied” (5). The demographic profile of the unit residents was also gathered. Results revealed that more than half of the unit residents were post-millennial students, followed by millennials employed by private companies, mostly working in business process outsourcing companies. Half of them have no income because they were dependent on their parents, followed by lower-middle-income earners with a monthly income, range of Php 19,030.00 – 38,080.00. The mean family size was three ranging from two to four members per unit. They were generally “satisfied” with the PEQ and IQ of Suntrust Parkview Condominiums. Accessibility to public offices and services under PEQ was rated “strongly satisfied”. However, they were “dissatisfied” with the drainage and elevator system of the condominium buildings. The majority of the measured indicators under interactional quality (IQ), were rated “satisfied”, except with some “moderately satisfied” ratings on the employees’ skills, initiative and readiness in addressing their problems and requests. Furthermore, there was a correlation between the satisfaction level of the tenants in terms of PEQ and IQ. A working feedback mechanism, like regular meetings between unit residents and building property management, was recommended for quality service management. Keywords: Condominium, interactional quality, level of satisfaction, physical environment quality, descriptive design, Philippines *Co-authors:

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The Implementation of Disaster Risk Reduction and Management in Buenavista, Agusan Del Norte, Philippines JUNEL D. LAPINID https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8602- 6863 junel.lapinid@deped.gov.ph Surigao del Sur State University-Tandag Philippines Disasters are universal problem that pose a serious threat to sustainable development. This descriptive-evaluative study aimed to determine the level of implementation of disaster risk reduction and management in Buenavista, Agusan del Norte, Philippines. The demographic profile of implementer-respondents was probed to know the implementers’ level of implementation on DRRM. Also, the implementers’ responses on their ways of implementing DRRM were validated based on their responses to the given questionnaire. The item on developing and disseminating a community/family guide for disaster preparedness was the activity that was not implemented in terms of creating structures and systems. The implementation of these indicators would affect the execution to lessen the effects of the disaster. The implementation of the Mayor in terms of institutionalizing policies and plans, establishing a Memorandum of Agreement between supermarkets, pharmacies, and transportation group posts was not implemented. In terms of equipping with hardware and supplies, the results showed that instructing Punong Barangay to make sure that every household has an emergency pail is not being implemented. With these finding, there is a need to enhance coordination, complementation, interoperability of DRRM and participation of stakeholders to secure that communities can cope and recover from disaster. Keywords: Disaster risk reduction and management, disaster preparedness, implementation, descriptive-evaluative design, Philippines

Functionality of the Disaster Risk Reduction Management Program of Negros Oriental MAVIC G. SALA https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0165- 9870 mavic.sala@deped.gov.ph Foundation University DepEd- Negros Oriental Philippines This study aimed to assess the functionality of the Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Plan and its impact on selected municipalities of Negros Oriental. The study made use of the descriptivecorrelational research design. The questionnaire covered the four thematic areas of the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Plan, namely: Prevention and Mitigation, Preparedness, Response, and Rehabilitation and Recovery. The respondents of the study were the 130 local DRRM council members and 130 selected community members. The study utilized weighted mean, Pearson r, t-test, and ANOVA. The salient findings revealed that the DRRM council perceived the extent of functionality of the DRRMP to be “Very High” while the community members perceived it to be only as “High.” The community members also rated the extent of impact of the DRRMP on the municipalities to be “High.” A significant relationship was found between the extent of functionality of the DRRMP and its impact on the municipality. Municipality’s income and DRRMP budgetary allocation have no association as to the extent of functionality of the DRRMP. There is a significant difference in the perception of the DRRM council members and the community members as to the functionality of the DRRMP. The profile of the DRRM council members in terms of age, relevant trainings and experience as DRRM member could account to the differences in their perceptions. As a result of the study, an action plan was recommended for implementation to enhance the functionality of the DRRM. Keywords: Functionality, DRRM, Impact, Disasters, Department of Education

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Eco-Friendly School Best Practices: Its Effects and Challenges among Teachers and Stakeholders JESSICA R. CHAN https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0905- 182X jessicachan353@gmail.com Manuel Logod Central School Philippines Environmental awareness emerged from the fields of natural resources, inclined with School Best Practices towards a better world. Parents, pupils and teachers should be involved in experiencing, investigating, and acting to become an eco-friendly environment. This action research aims to determine the role that aims of the schools’ project to be an effective ecofriendly school environment. The main goal of these programs is to educate, modify, diversify, and adopt different best practices among school children and stakeholders as part of their daily life cycle routine towards an eco-friendly Philippines for better world. Quantitative approach inclining entrepreneurial skills of some programs that is diversified waste into monetary. This study concludes that Manuel Lugod Central School is the role model through its different best practices, which implied in their school system that makes us a Division, Regional, DENR (Department of Environment and Natural Resources) winner and was recognized by the local government of Gingoog City, Philippines. The prime task of the project were to identify and support high level practical work in environmental education and some government offices to contribute to the development of Regional and National networks of communication to initiate and support this program. Keywords: Environment, Education, eco-friendly schools, best practices, quantitative, Philippines

Addressing the Need of the Senior High School Based on the Designed Work Immersion Curriculum MARA M. REYES https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6059-0821 mara.reyes001@deped.gov.ph Don Jose Integrated High School Philippines The study aimed to address the need of the Senior High School based on the Designed Work Immersion Curriculum. Utilizing the Qualitative Research approach, participants on this study were five grade 12 students who underwent immersion and five human resource managers who were not accepting immersion for the graduates. Interview for the lived experiences of the participants to answer the problems, the participants’ answer were transcribed, analyzed and categorized into themes. Majority of the participants revealed that the real experiences were prepared and implemented in high school students manifested on the real work experiences. As skill on the needs of the industry, it was manifested on the social skills to enhance more, still technical skills also emphasized on the experiences given by the participants, while the challenges encountered by the stakeholders were the limited time given to the grade 12 students. Therefore, implementers should collaborate on the stakeholders which would extend their help what is the reality not the expectation given to the students to face on the real world. Keywords: Work Immersion, senior high school, curriculum exits, qualitative design, Philippines

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Utilization of Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses (MOOE) in Relation to Students’ Academic Performance SHEENA MAE T. COMIGHUD https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9738-6074 sheenamae.comighud@deped.gov.ph DepEd- Bayawan City Philippines The study aimed to determine the level of effectiveness of the utilization of the Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses (MOOE) and its relationship to students’ academic performance. The survey was descriptive and correlational in nature. It utilized the percentage, mean, weighted mean, and spearman rank correlation coefficient. The study found out that level of effectiveness of the utilization of the Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses (MOOE) as perceived by the teachers’ league presidents and school heads was “high” in terms of the following aspects: (a) school operations and development; (b) teachers’ welfare and development and (c) students’ welfare and development. In addition, it was also found out that the level of students’ academic performance is at a “proficient” level. Moreover, there is a significant difference in the level of effectiveness of the utilization of the Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses (MOOE) when the school heads and teachers’ league presidents are grouped and compared according to variables of length of service and highest educational attainment. Lastly, findings revealed that there is a significant relationship between level of effectiveness of the utilization of the Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses (MOOE) and students’ academic performance. Keywords: Extent of utilization, maintenance and other operating expenses (MOOE),evaluation, descriptive-correlational study, Philippines

Tudtulan Nu Magindanawon: Its Potential as Instructional Materials TERESITA L. ABREA https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1061-8627 rgarcia@feu.edu.ph Mindanao State University-Maguindanao Philippines The preservation and enrichment of the nation’s cultural heritage may gain momentum through the use of indigenous materials. Folk literature (tudtulan) promote values as nationalism, and ethnocentrism. The qualitative method was used in the study. Collected tudtulan are in Magindanawon and translated in English using transference method. This study on the use of the Magindanawon folktales as instructional materials was conducted because of the brewing need to understand and translate the culture of the Maguindanaon. The 1987 Philippine Constitution stipulates the care and protection of the native languages. Thus, there is the implementation of the MTB-MLE, a medium to propagate the native language. But, there is inadequacy in the implementation due to lack of instructional materials and this study answered the perennial problem. There were attempts to translate these teaching materials; however, it was not addressed effectively. The study revealed that the Magindanawon folktales and its categories can be used as instructional materials, determine the subjects be best taught, evaluate the functionality, list the values/themes and teaching objectives, reflected and enumerated the teaching strategies useful in teaching these folktales. The embedded values in the tudtulan make them as potential learning media both in basic and higher education for the millennium. Keywords: Tudtulan, instructional materials, qualitative design, transference, Philippines, Asia 00.

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Student-Centered Learning in General Education Program: An Analysis RACHELLE S. GARCIA https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5572-4733 rgarcia@feu.edu.ph

Far Eastern University- Manila Philippines

NEMENCIO S. SANTOS JR. nemy.santos@yahoo.com Far Eastern University- Manila Philippines

General Educational approach shifted its focus from teacher to learner-centered which entails adjustment. This correlational study aimed to describe the general education (GE) students’ perspective on Studentcentered Learning (SCL) and find association among environmental, intellectual and behavioral aspects of SCL. The study used a 50-item constructed instrument validated by experts with a reliability test result of 0.94 after Ethics clearance. There were 768 GE students who participated in the study. Majority of the respondents were older than 18 years, predominantly female, catholic, have finished academic K12-strand and underwent teacher-centered learning method. Results revealed that behavioral component of SCL was strongly perceived as developing collaboration, communication and self-directed learning among others. Overall, GE students find SCL implementation (WAM=3.03) as agreeable. Student-centered approach hone students’ ability in terms of communication, self-directed learning, critical thinking, and creativity. The behavioral, intellectual and environmental components were found to be significantly correlated. This study highlighted the need to improve classroom environment both physically and in terms of climate, employ continuous monitoring of students’ progress in the context of student-centeredness and conduct a parallel study on the part of faculty teaching GE curriculum. Keywords: Education, student-centered learning, behavioral, intellectual, environmental, correlational, Philippines *Co-authors: Dr. Josefina Florendo, & Dr. Renante Dante Tan Far Eastern University-Manila

Local Legislators’ Awareness and Adoption of Parliamentary Procedures in the Fifth District of Camarines Sur, Philippines APRIL Z. LUZON https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2423- 5894 aprilzluzon@cspc.edu.ph Camarines Sur Polytechnic Colleges Philippines Good governance is observed when the lawmakers, local legislative bodies, and the smallest unit of the society are not only knowledgeable of the law but most importantly, know how to participate in the local legislative processes in addressing the needs of the community they serve. The study aimed to determine the the awareness level and extent of adoption on concepts of parliamentary procedures of community officials in the fifth District of Camarines Sur, Philippines and whether a relationship exists between the two. By using descriptive and correlational research designs among 360 respondents in the 40 communities, findings of the study revealed that local legislators have high awareness level on the fundamental principles of parliamentary procedures, quorum and session and resulted to a high adoption rate. However, low awareness level on concepts of order of business, votes and motions led to low adoption rate. Capacitating the local legislators through conduct of trainings, extension programs, and a simplified guidebook will improve community legislative practices that will redound to the benefit of the citizens. Keywords: Public administration, local governance, barangay (community), parliamentary procedure, descriptive design, Philippines

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How Well-Protected are Teachers in School? ALMA SONIA Q. SANCHEZ-DANDAY http://orcid.org/0000-0001-7374-982X alexnightingale2000@yahoo.com Leyte Normal University Philippines School leaders are responsible for providing a socially just environment for teachers. However, studies revealed a low education law literacy of school heads to adequately protect teachers’ rights. This study sought to describe how ten purposively chosen faculty organization presidents from different public higher education institutions in the Philippines handle cases involving teachers. The common issues and challenges encountered were likewise determined through a descriptive single case study design. Methodological triangulation was used in gathering the data thematically analyzed with the aid of NVivo qualitative data analysis software. Results revealed the different misconceptions of the members of the disciplinary committee, the preference of settlement over the resolution of cases, and the presumed existence of a conflict of interest among faculty presidents designated to a supervisory position. Findings imply the need to re-visit and re-orient the members of the grievance and disciplinary committees on the definition of administrative offenses and grievable matters and the scope of their jurisdiction. Recommendations for further actions include the establishment of an appropriate education law program for teachers and school administrators. Keywords: Education law, teacher rights, case study, higher education institutions, Philippines

Philippine Higher Education Institution’s Discourse on Sustainable Development: Bicol SUCs in Perspective RICHARD G. CASTOR https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9929-4288 richard.castor@cbsua.edu.ph Central Bicol State University of Agriculture-Calabanga Campus Philippines Sustainable development apart from being nebulous in terms of conception remains a seemingly elusive goal. Education is arguably one of the drivers towards sustainability. This paper explores sustainable development discourses among State Universities and Colleges (SUCs) in Bicol Region, Philippines. Using an exploratory discourse cum content analysis, conceptions of sustainable development through the vision and mission (VM) statements of nine SUCs in Bicol was examined to identify keywords advanced in SUC’s VM, ascertain synergies and contradictions using sustainability as a lens, and explain how SUCs frame sustainable development in the VMs. A cross-reference of keywords and ideas forwarded in and among UNESCO and CHED documents along sustainable development guided the discourse-content analysis. Combining VM statements of nine SUCs, 152 words were generated through the word cloud and 11 keywords namely: development, education, research, science, quality, sustainable, management, university, technology, higher and arts dominated the discourse which typifies synergies and contradictions in the sustainability lens. The paper concludes with a proposition for a comprehensive approach in problematizing the discourse as sustainability dichotomies which represent themes as identity, change, and HEI roles. Further, the paper posits that the sustainable practices of SUCs are anchored mainly in the institutional statements and therefore requires reorienting higher education specifically on sustainable development. Keywords: Sustainable development, state universities and colleges, sustainability, vision-mission statements, discourse analysis, Philippines

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Improving Coordination in Implementing the Project- Based Learning Curriculum in the Senior High School Program of ACADEMY X JESSICA JAYE S. RANIESES https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3458-5601 jessica.ranieses@iacademy.edu.ph iACADEMY Philippines This action research focuses on improving the coordination between the faculty and the students in implementing the Project- Based Learning method in the Senior High School (SHS) program of ACADEMY X. Project-Based Learning (PBL) is a teaching pedagogy that focuses on a student-centered learning environment where learning takes place through projects that students undertake. The curriculum of the SHS program in ACADEMY X is centered on this method. Ravitz (2010) emphasized three factors in the implementation of PBL which is the need for supportive school leadership, structure, and culture as the major challenge in the PBL implementation is that “no teacher implement PBL in the same way” (Ravitz, 2010; Tamim & Grant, n.d.). The results of this action research highlights the 1) role of the organizational structure in facilitating coordination, 2) importance of good communication between faculty and students; and 3) good collaboration between the faculty. As an insider action research, this paper used the combination of first person, second, and third inquiry. My collaborators and I addressed the issue of coordination by clarifying the roles of the teachers in information dissemination to students, standardizing tools by which we disseminate information, facilitating communication and collaboration through regular meetings, and involving the faculty in project planning and implementation. Keywords: Pedagogy, project-based learning, coordination, communication, planning, action research, Philippines

Mathematics Anxiety and Performance of Bachelor of Science in Mathematics Students in CBSUA-Calabanga CRISTINE D. SAPE-SALAZAR https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8748-2898 cristinesape04131994@gmail.com Central Bicol State University of Agriculture-Calabanga Campus Philippines Mastery of mathematics is a key literacy component that influences learners’ success in education and in future society. Researchers posit that investigating students’ level of anxiety in Mathematics is crucial in identifying possible interventions to help students in learning the subject. However, few researchers have examined the level of anxiety in terms of Test, Numerical and Subject Anxieties. By breaking down the mathematics anxiety into these aspects, teachers’ and institutions’ mode of action for the development on the mathematics performance of the students will be much easier. The research study employed the descriptive-evaluative and correlational research method to determine the students’ level of mathematics anxiety and its effect on students’ mathematics performance. Furthermore, we also assessed the students’ level of anxiety across year level. The respondents were 84 Bachelor of Science in Mathematics students in CBSUA-Calabanga. The result revealed that students’ level of anxiety is greatly affected by Test Anxiety which is also significantly related to their performance in mathematics. Moreover, as the students move up to senior years in college the higher its level of anxiety. Teachers and institutions may consider adapting various alternative assessment tools that will cater students’ individual needs and multiple intelligences to gradually eradicate students’ mathematics anxiety. Keywords: Mathematics anxiety, numerical anxiety, test anxiety, subject anxiety, students’ performance, descriptive-evaluative, correlational, Philippines *Co-authors:

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Richard G. Castor, Rosa C. Ubano-Cid, Ph.D, Dariel A. Palmiano, Ph.D, Michelle B. Petallo Central Bicol State University of Agriculture

3rd Asian Conference on Institutional and Action Research November 28-30, 2019 • Mallberry Suites Business Hotel, Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines


Effect of Teacher’s Attitude on Kindergarten Learning APPLE JANE T. MOLABOLA https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0745-3382 applejanemolbola@gmail.com Leyte Normal University Philippines Teachers are the key persons in shaping quality education. They are responsible to mold the learner’s potential, knowledge, skills, competences and capabilities for the preparation of different situations they are in. This study found out the effect of teachers’ attitude on a Kindergarten learning, particularly towards teaching that have significant impact on child’s learning or the other way around.This study is grounded on Social Learning Theory of Albert Bandura (1977), which he uses various experiments that are empirical approaches to test his Social Learning Theory such as the Bobo doll experiment (1961 and 1963). The researcher chose a descriptive research design since this study involved observing and describing the behavior of a subject without influencing it in any way. The researcher concluded that the personal background of the teacher does not define the attitude of the teacher towards teaching. It depends on an individual person. It also concluded that the positive attitude of the teacher has positive effects on child’s mental, physical, emotional and social aspect of learning. Keywords: Education, kindergarten, teacher’s attitude, learning, quality education, descriptive design, Philippines

The Effectiveness of Collaborative Approaches of Grade 9 TLE Students MARIAN H. ALEJANDRINO https://orcid.org/ 0000-0003-3880-7208 marian.alejandrino@deped.gov.ph Baesa High School Philippines The study aimed to determine the effectiveness of the the Collaborative Approaches in Improving the Performance in TLE of the Grade 9 students at Baesa High School, Philippines. Survey questionnaires was the main instruments used to gather the data and descriptive statistics consisting of mean, standard deviation and percentage used for the assessment of the Performance of Grade 9 students and the perception of students and teachers . The results revealed that there is an increase in the performance of Grade 9 experimental group in terms of pre-test and posttest scores. Moreover, at the end of the second quarter and finished Collaborative Approaches in teaching there is almost 10% mastery increase of mean between the pre-test and post test of the experimental group. The Collaborative Approach is significant enough to account influence on the learning outcomes of Grade 9 students in TLE . The findings served as useful inputs in order to lead the TLE teachers on the importance of the collaborative approaches in improving the performance in TLE of the 21st Century learners of the school. Keywords: Education, technology and livelihood education, collaborative approach, academic performance, experimental design, Philippines

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The Effect of Using Seminar in Improving the Performance of Graduating Education Students JUVENAL S. BARDAJE JR. https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9203-2939 juvenalbardaje@lnu.edu.ph Leyte Normal University Philippines The study aimed to determine the effectiveness of using seminar in improving the performance of graduating education students on professional education courses. This study was conducted to all enrolled ProfEd_114 students in the first semester of the school year 2019-2020 at Leyte Normal University, Philippines. A pretest was given to both control group and experimental group. Both groups were given normal instruction. The control group was instructed using a whole group teacher-based instruction. A posttest was given to both groups. The posttest has yielded a remarkable difference on the result for the experimental group which proved the much effect of the introduction of instructional strategy in seminar. Further research was warranted to evaluate the long-term effect on professional education performance among students in the use of new strategies in improving the graduating education students’ performance. Initially, the study noted that the level of performance of students was below average during pretest. With the use of seminar, the students assessed that they were aware of the intervention, and that the technique was of much effect to them. On the other hand, the result of posttest showed that majority of the students got the excellent marks and gave positive feedbacks about the seminars conducted. Conclusively, the seminar has significantly improved the level of performance of graduating education students particularly in professional education courses. Majority of the students have generally accepted the strategy of seminar with remarkable result on their grades. Keywords: Education, seminar, professional education, strategy, intervention, experimental design, Philippines

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