Learning styles in the Philippines
- The Reliability and Validity of the Goal Orientation and Learning Strategies Survey (GOALS-S): A Filipino Investigation. King, Ronnel B.; Watkins, David A. // Asia-Pacific Education Researcher (De La Salle University Manila;Nov2011, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p579
The Goal Orientation and Learning Strategies Survey (GOALS-S; Dowson & Mclnerney, 2004) is an instrument designed to assess four sets of constructs: (1) academic goals, (2) social goals, (3) cognitive strategies, and (4) metacognitive strategies of high school students. This instrument was...
- Are two achievement goals better than one? Filipino students' achievement goals, deep learning strategies and affect. Dela Rosa, Elmer D.; Bernardo, Allan B.I. // Learning & Individual Differences;Oct2013, Vol. 27, p97
Abstract: The multiple-goals perspective assumes that adopting both mastery and performance goals is better for students. But there has been very little evidence for the multiple-goals perspective in Asian students. A cluster analysis was conducted to identify groups of Filipino students who...
- A cross-cultural analysis of achievement and social goals among Chinese and Filipino students. King, Ronnel; Ganotice, Fraide; Watkins, David // Social Psychology of Education;Sep2014, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p439
We examined how achievement (mastery and performance) and social goals (affiliation, approval, concern, and status) influenced various learning outcomes in two collectivist cultures. Filipino (n $$\,=\,$$ 355) and Hong Kong Chinese (n $$\,=\,$$ 697) secondary students answered the relevant...
- The Role of Teacher Assessment in a Community Welfare Training Service. Magno, Carlo // International Journal of Research & Review;Sep2010, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p91
The study investigated the structure of the subscales of a teacher performance assessment in a community service course. An instrument was constructed based on a synthesis of widely used teacher assessment measures and teacher assessment models. There are seven subscales identified that are...
- 4 of 10 Filipino students want to migrate abroad. // Filipino Post;4/4/2013, p13
The article discusses the key findings of Asian Institute of Management Policy Center's 2012 Pinoy Youth Barometer project, in partnership with the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) which shows that 4 out of every Filipino students plan to work abroad after graduation.
- Olongapo exchange youths give Virginia counterparts glowing image of Philippines. // Filipino Reporter;3/28/2014, Vol. 42 Issue 17, p8
The article reports on nine students from Olongapo City in Zambales, Philippines who are sent to the U.S. to participate in an exchange program under a sister city agreement with Virginia Beach, Washington that was made possible with the help the Philippine Embassy.
- Rural kids risk life, limb to go to school. // Filipino Reporter;10/4/2013, Vol. 41 Issue 44, p8
A photograph of Filipino student Aldrin Mar Donceras who crosses a dangerous improvised cable bridge in his hometown of Sitio Madlum, Barangay Sibul in San Miguel, Bulacan is presented.
- 4 of 10 Filipino students want to migrate abroad. // Asian Pacific Post;4/4/2013, p15
The article reports on the Asian Institute of Management (AIM) Policy Center's Pinoy Youth Barometer project which reveals that four out of 10 Filipino students plan to migrate abroad for job opportunities after graduation.
- Motivational Antecedents of Academic Emotions in Filipino College Students. Ouano, Jerome A. // Asia-Pacific Education Researcher (De La Salle University Manila;Mar2011, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p127
The control-value theory of academic emotions by Pekrun (2006) contends that students' emotional experiences in achievement-related situations have sources from the appraisals students make about the importance and value of academic tasks they engage in. The present study looked into Filipino...