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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...
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...
How to How to Cite: Bacolod-Iglesia, A. B., Dundain, H. H., Vegare-Miñoza, M., & Casimiro, A. B. (2021). Teaching mathematics in ‘different tongues’: an analysis of mathematics anxiety and proficiency among elementary-grade learners. Linguistics and Culture Review, 5(S2), 860- 891. https://doi.org/10.37028/lingcure.v5nS2.1523Cite
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...
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...
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...