Aina Iglesia

Aina Iglesia
Western Mindanao State University | WMSU · College of Education

Doctor of Education major in Educational Administration

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Skills and Expertise

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This study determines the skills of teachers for inclusive special education. It utilized the descriptive-quantitative research design which used frequency counts, means, percentage, and One-way ANOVA. The study revealed that the skill level of teachers for inclusive special education was rated moderately skilled with a grand mean of 2.98. The vari...
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This empirical investigation on the extent of readiness of In-service teachers for Inclusive Special Education was conducted with a total of 270 randomly selected respondents. The study utilized a valid and reliable research questionnaire to gather data relative to teachers' extent of readiness. Analysis of the data revealed that the respondents' e...
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Language choice in teaching mathematics is a legitimate area of concern. It is noted that tension exists in classrooms where mathematics is taught in a language different from the first language spoken by the learners (Martínez & Dominguez, 2018). It is then a logical supposition to make that if students in mathematics classes are taught and tested...
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This study aimed to determine the views of students on the influences of living in a dormitory/boarding house on their academic performance. The study tested to prove if there is a significant difference present in the views of fifty-two (52) respondents on the influences of living in a dormitory on academic performance between male and female, Cou...
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This work is licensed under CC BY 4.0 This study aimed to determine the views of students on the influences of living in a dormitory/boarding house on their academic performance. The study tested to prove if there is a significant difference present in the views of fifty-two (52) respondents on the influences of living in a dormitory on academic pe...

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