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Title: The Multiple Intelligences of Grade V Pupils: Bases for the Proposed Learning Enhancement Program Of David Elementary School
Name: Divina G. Naoe
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This study identified the multiple intelligences of the Grade V pupils of David Elementary School through instructional process which integrates the Multiple Intelligences Theory that helped the learners recognize the importance of discovering and awakening their latent intelligences. The present situation of the Special Education Program in Pangasinan led the researcher to conduct her study in David Elementary School, which was at that time being prepared to be the Center for Excellence in SPED. It was a blessing for the researcher during the time that she was writing this study since the brainchild of the M I Theory, Dr. Howard Gardner came to the country to be the plenary speaker of the 1st Philippine Multiple Intelligences Convention at the Manila Hotel held on February 11 and 12, 2005. The researcher took the opportunity to collect some materials that she needed like questionnaires, checklist and other important information which she got from the different speakers. These pieces of information contributed a lot in the designed MI module that steer the learners’ intelligences. The prepared module was content-validated by selected SPED teachers/ administrator in Baguio City. Gathered information from the respondents, namely: fifteen (15) parents, four (4) teachers and fifteen (15) pupils were processed and analyzed using frequency counts, percentages, weighted mean, and t-test. The pupils who attended the MI class were found to possess all the eight intelligences in varied degrees. Bodily-kinesthetic intelligence, as perceived by the pupils, appeared to be their strongest intelligence. It was also found out that among the three important subjects that the researcher tested namely Science, English, and Math, the pupil respondents appeared to be naturalists. Both the parent and teacher groups had almost the same perception with regard to the children’s pupils’ intelligences. However, it was in the intrapersonal intelligence that the two adult groups differed significantly in their perception. Except for this area of intelligence, the null hypothesis that there is no significant difference between the parents’ and the teachers’ perception on the different multiple intelligences of the pupils is accepted. The activities that integrate the MI theory were most preferred by the pupils, which gave them relatively high scores in the posttest. This result led to the rejection of the null hypothesis stating a no significant difference in the pupils’ pretest and posttest scores before and after the administration of the Multiple Intelligences activities. Indeed, integrating and applying the Multiple Intelligence theory in the classroom can make learning fun, interesting, and more meaningful in the lives of the children.

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Title: Institutional Capability of Cooperating Schools of the DMMMSU Teacher Education Program: An Analysis
Name: Manuel T. Libao
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Educators are the persons most responsible in imparting knowledge to an individual as acquiring education is one of his needs in order for him to grow and prosper in all aspects of life. Accustomed to the hardships of the profession, the Filipino teacher has the capacity to overcome adversity. Indifferent to the appeal of material wealth, the Filipino teacher has the capacity to survive. Undaunted by her personal fears for her welfare and the welfare of her loved ones, the Filipino teacher has the capacity to achieve (Abad, 2004). Despite all hardships, from poor pay to poor working conditions, the Filipino teacher is still there. Yet in spite of the many challenges of the teaching profession today, many young minds still dare to enter this noble vocation. Many student teachers try their very best in the hope of becoming one good teacher in the future. The DMMMSU Teacher Education Program in its many years of producing teachers keeps on empowering these student teachers to pass all the trails and hardships of practice teaching. It is the desire of the researcher to determine the institutional capabilities of cooperating schools in the teacher education program of the College of Education of DMMMSU-SLUC.

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Title: Faculty Teaching Performance Profile Of DMMMSU- College of Education
Name: Purificacion B. Verceles, Nenita C. Rivera
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The study determined the faculty teaching performance profile of 78 DMMMSU College of Education faculty from school years 2002-2003, 2003-2004, and 2004-2005. Documentary analysis of records was done as the office the two chairmen of the two departments namely elementary and secondary. The College of Education can pride itself having very satisfactorily competent teachers. Male and female College of Education Faculty did not significantly differ in teaching performance. The Educational Attainment of faculty does not significantly affect their teaching performance.

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Title: Morphological Perspectives of the Seahorse Hippocampus kuda (Bleeler) Vertebral System
Name: K.Kumaravel, E.Rethina Priya, S.Ravichandran, T.Balasubramanian
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The vertebral system in Hippocampus kuda is highly specialized because of the vertical locomotion and tail prehensility. The vertebral elements represent a special case of morphological changes. We investigated the vertebral spine in H. kuda through skeletal morphometric characters, in order to describe functional and structural patterns. Actually, the dorso-ventral tail bending ability in the genus Hippocampus is one of the most impressive morphological modifications in the evolutionary history of fishes respectively. The vertebral size decreases from the anteriormost element backward, with some local variation at the dorsal area. The allometric trajectory leads to a natural ventral bending of the tail, promoting its prehensile function. A fan-shaped array of cartilaginous bones, the pterigiophores, forms the internal supporting structure of the dorsal fin. Each pterigiophore is composed of a proximal radial that extends from a vertebra to the dorsal side of the animal, where it fuses to a middle radial. The middle radials fuse with each other to form a dorsal ridge upon the spheroidal distal radials. The dorsal and pectoral fins are the primary locomotor organs in seahorses (Hippocampus) and pipefish (Syngnathus). The small dorsal fins beat at high oscillatory frequencies against the viscous medium of water.

Keywords: Seahorse, Vertebral system, Locomotion, Dorsal fins
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Title: On Number Theoretic Functions of Positive Integers
Name: Aloysius Aurelio, Elsie M. Pacho
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This paper tried to investigate characteristic patterns in the number theoretic function values of some consecutive positive integers, namely 1 to 70. These number theoretic functions include the tau function ?(n), the sigma function ?(n), the phi function ?(n), and the Möbius function ?(n). The respective values of the number theoretic function of these numbers were then generated using definitions and theorems on the said functions. The following characteristics, specifically for prime numbers were arrived at :For any prime p, ; For any prime p, ;For any prime p, ;For any prime p, ;and For any prime p, Using the above mathematical statements, one could easily determine the four Number Theoretic function values of a given prime number without having to go through tedious mathematical computation using some theorem-supported formula. The computed values of the Number Theoretic functions of the integers used were also plotted on line graphs then analyzed. It was observed that the four functions arrange themselves into some layer-like pattern, with the sigma function on top, followed by the phi, the tau, and the Möbius Function or mu at the bottom. It was also observed that the graphs of the sigma and phi functions almost touch each other through points corresponding to the sigma and phi function values of the primes

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Title: Multiple Intelligences and the Level of Performance of Grade V Pupils in DMMMU-ELS: Basis for Modifying Teaching Strategies and Assessment Tools
Name: Melody R. Guzman
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The study determined the dominant multiple intelligences of the grade five pupils and their performance. Descriptive research design using MI inventory was used to 30 pupils. Most of the pupils are aged just right for their grade level. Their dominant MI as a group is musical.. Half of them are performing satisfactorily and a third of them are on the average level. There is no significant relationship between the level of performance and the dominant MI, age, sex and parents’ highest educational attainment and a significant relationship exist between level of performance and parents’ family income.

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Title: Level of Academic Performance of BEE IV in Social Philosophy and their Multiple Intelligences
Name: Joanne C. Rivera
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The major purpose of this study was to determine the multiple intelligences of the BEE fourth year students for SY 2006-2007. Likewise, it sought to determine if there is a significant relationship among the following variables: the Multiple Intelligences of the respondents, their level of academic performance in social philosophy, and their profile. The descriptive- survey method of research was used in this study. It adopted the Multiple Intelligence Survey-Questionnaire as tool in the collection of data. Findings of the study were: most of the student-respondents are 22-23 years old; Female students outnumbered their male counterparts; Most of the respondents belong to the low-income families; Most of their parents finished high school; The level of academic performance of the students is good; Majority of the respondents are musically inclined; The age, sex, economic status and parents’ educational attainment do not affect the multiple intelligences of the students. The academic performance of the students affects the nature of their intelligence.

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Title: A Comparative Study on the Antioxidant Property of Chlorella (Chlorella sp.) Tablet and Glutathione Tablet
Name: Phyllis T. Bengwayan, Jemuel C. Laygo, Allyn E. Pacio, Jenniel Lovely Z. Poyaoan, Jaarmy F. Rebugio, Armie Lawrence L. Yuson
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At the end of the study, the researchers should be able to compare the antioxidant property of Chlorella and synthetic glutathione. Specifically to determine which product exerts a greater anti-oxidant activity as manifested by their absorbance reading; to determine if there is a significant difference among the means; and to determine if there is a significant difference between Chlorella and Glutathione for the different treatments (i.e. 250 mg, 500mg and 750mg).

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Title: The Sails of DMMMSU-LHS Teachers and Students: An Input to Science Instructional Plan
Name: Flordiliza B. Dalumay
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The study analyzed the science attitudes, involvement, and laboratory skills of both teacher and students respondents. Specifically, it sought to answer the profile of the teacher respondents in terms of age, sex, highest degree obtained, and teaching experiences; the profile of the student respondents in terms of age and sex. The non-experimental research particularly the descriptive design was used in this study. Other data like the profile of the respondents were analyzed and treated by using the mean, frequency counts and percentage. Four science teachers and 152 from 188 students responded in the study. The teacher and students respondents have very favorable science attitude and high involvement in science, and are also moderately skillful.

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Title: Characterization and Evaluation of Antimicrobial Activity of the Essential Oil from the Leaves of Piper betle L.
Name: Adeltrudes B. Caburian, Marina O. Osi
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The Betel oil from the leaves of Piper betle L obtained through steam distillation was characterized for its organoleptic properties and physicochemical constants. Freshly extracted Betel oil is pale yellow, soluble in common organic solvents and very slightly soluble in water. Its specific gravity is 0.9313; with 1.4526 as refractive index; +4.249 optical activity and ester value of 101. The chemical components of the oil identified via Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectroscopy consist of 5-(2-propenyl)-1, 3-benzodioxole, eugenol isomer and caryophyllene among others. The minimum effective concentration (MIC) of the oil was determined using Dilution method. The oil was found to have significant antibacterial and antifungal activity against Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus pyogenes, Candida albicans and Trichophyton mentagrophytes with MIC values of: 125 µg/ml; 15.60 µg/ml; 250µg/ml and 195µg/ml respectively. Antimicrobial activity was tested by agar diffusion method utilizing the same test organisms. The zones of growth inhibition measured to the nearest mm. were: 67.50 mm for S. aureus; 90 mm for S. pyogenes, C. albicans and T. mentagrophytes.

Keywords: essential oil, antimicrobial activity, dilution method, agar diffusion, MIC
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