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Title: DEVELOPMENTS IN EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT
Name: HERMINIA E. RIVERA, ED. D
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Effective management is the dynamic result of animated planning. Because it involves people, its main anchor is human behavior. Management structures differ from one school to another, from department to department or from agency to agency.

No one structure is applicable to all, nor are there inflexible rules and standards to govern leadership styles. There are however, commonalities which are empirical and may be quantified.

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Title: WHY STUDENTS DON’T (OR WON’T) READ? (AN ANSWER FROM THE PRINCIPLE OF NON-TEACHING AND THEORY OF ORDERED CONFUSION)
Name: EMMANUEL J. SONGCUAN, PH.D
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Too often… the information is not sought to satisfy the needs or curiosity of the student but to complete an assignment that does not give the student a clear idea about how to use the information once it is obtained. If the students do not have some kind of personal purpose for the reading…in what is read, then the activity becomes an unnatural one and is not as likely to contribute to reading development.

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Title: UTILIZING THE UNIVERSITY AS A LEARNING ORGANIZATION
Name: MERCEDITA MABUTAS, MA AND LILIA MADRIAGA, MA
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This study aims to answer the following“How can an institution assure that it continually improves?”“Can the application to universities of the concept of a learning organization assist them to strive and attain excellence?”

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Title: REINVENTING THE TEACHER OF TOMORROW: THE USE OF DELIVERY MODES AND EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY
Name: Elsie M. Pacho, PH. D.
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This study on reinventing the teacher of tomorrow: the use of delivery modes and educational technology

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Title: PSYCHOLOGICAL PROFILE AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF ILLEGITIMATE STUDENTS OF DMMMSU – AGOO, LA UNION
Name: MARCELINA H. AYSON, ED. D.
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This study investigated the respondents’ psychological profile and academic performance

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Title: DMMMSU BS BIOLOGY GRADUATES TRACER STUDY
Name: TESSIE Q. PERALTA, PH. D.
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This tracer study was conducted to generate information on the graduates’ employment status as a basis of enriching/revising curricular program offerings that would provide a higher level of employment rate

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Title: LEVEL OF IMPLEMENTATION, AWARENESS AND ATTITUDES TOWARDS THE MGO
Name: DELIA V. EISMA, ED. D.
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This study aimed to determine the level of implementation, attitudes and level of awareness, of the faculty, staff, alumni, students and the community on the MGO of the University, the College of Sciences and the BS Mathematics Program

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Title: EVALUATION OF DMMMSU SLUC SAS SY 2002-2003
Name: ESTER U. UGAY, MA
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This study sought to determine the awareness of the students of the activities/services conducted and the effectiveness of such activities during the School year 2002-2003.

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Title: THE PROFILE AND THE SELF-CONCEPT OF COMMERCIAL SEX WORKERS
Name: REMEDIOS C. NEROZA, ED . D.
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The study aims to understand the profile and the self concept of commercial sex workers. The results of this investigation hoped to help the respondents have realistic concept of them. This may lead them to have better self-acceptance. The government and non-government institutions, knowing the findings of this study, may be able to strengthen their programs/projects that would address the concerns of the commercial sex workers

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Title: AN ADOPTED SCHOOL IN NEEDS ANALYSIS: DON EUFEMIO F. ERIGUEL MEMORIAL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL (DEFEMNHS)
Name: JUANITO G. SELGA, MA., LOURDES R. SELGA, MA
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The objectives of the study was to determine and identify the school needs in Music Education; and to use the needs data for an Extension Plan of the Master of Arts in Teaching Music.

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Title: ADOPT-A-SCHOOL EXTENSION SCHEME: A NEEDS ANALYSIS
Name: GRACE D. RUNAS, PH. D., EUFEMIA D. CALICA, PH. D., ELIGIO B. SACAYANAN, ED. D.
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To determine the needs of the adopted school as a basis of prioritizing GS Extension schemes.

To identify MALT Extension activities to the adopted school

Based on the results, the Graduate Studies will design an Extension plan for the adopted school.

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Title: EVALUATION OF THE DMMMSU HIGH SCHOOL ADMISSION TEST
Name: LINA A. MICLAT, PH. D.
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The high school admission test is not perfect, for indeed no psychological test is. But the use of admission tests such as this would help weed-out those students who would not benefit from this educational level called HIGH SCHOOL.

All around the world, critics of national tests believe that admission tests for high school are biased and unfair to some groups of students. The Educational testing Service acknowledges: “Students from higher social economic strata tend to do better on these standardized tests than those students who come from poorer backgrounds” (Garcia & Jorgensen, 1998. p.8). This claim may be true in as far as some parameters (such as language, socio-economic backgrounds, test-taking attitudes) from which cultures may differ operate in the tests. These tests contain items measuring knowledge that every graduate of elementary seeking acceptance into high school education, should know regardless of what school he or she comes from.

The crux of the problem partly lies on the preparation of the students, and partly on the kind of admission test given. Part of the preparation is the exposure to resources, materials, and methodology used in schools that would enrich their knowledge. To perform well on the Numerical areas for instance, doesn’t require knowledge beyond what is taught. In school, but it does require procedural knowledge or to be specific procedural use of knowledge. Students who have the necessary knowledge but have not been taught how to use it effectively in solving problems would likely find the admission test difficult. This is more likely to happen among some elementary students that may account for low performance in the admission test.

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Title: THE PERSONALITY, SELF-CONCEPT AND SELF-MANAGEMENT OF WOMEN WITH EPILEPSY
Name: PEARL NATALIE B. ESTRADA, MS
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Epilepsy is the common name of seizure disorder, but it actually refers to a person’s tendency to have seizures. It is characterized by recurrent and sudden disruptions of the brain’s electrical activity causing convulsions, muscular spasms, a temporary loss of breathing as well consciousness. The disorder does not only affect the person himself but also his behavior. Anecdotal study findings have shown that persons with epilepsy have difficulties in their social relationships due to a significant amount of stigma associated with epilepsy. The stigma interferes with the patient’s social life. Recent studies have pointed out that women are more prone to having seizure disorder because of the hormonal imbalance during their estrous cycle and that they have concerns about their lives such as: pregnancy, motherhood, loss of independence, a possible decline in intelligence and concerns in their interpersonal relationships. Those concerns are possible contributory factors in the dynamics of their personality and self-concept.

The personality of an individual is composed of a pattern of characteristics thoughts, feelings and behavior that persist overtime and situation that makes a person unique. One’s personality is very dynamic as it is a product of the psychological and psychosocial changes that the individual experiences. These changes may also be factors in the perception of one’s self, the self-concept.

The difficulties in the social relationships that a person with epilepsy experiences due to the stigma and the disorder itself, may result to the development of anxiety that could also lead towards the evolution of his personality and self-concept. It is in this light that this study was conceived.

The study sought to find out the personality profile of women with epilepsy, their self-concept and how they manage themselves along selected personality dimensions. Specifically, it aimed to find answers to the following problems: 1) What are some common personality characteristics of women with epilepsy based on the 16 PF Test?; 2) What are the self-perceptions of women with epilepsy based on the SLUC Self-Concept Personality Test along the personality dimensions on a. Intelligence, b. Self-Confidence, c. Independence, d. Sociability?; 3) Is there a significance between the respondents’ objective assessment (based on the 16 PF Test) and the subjective assessment (based on the SLU Self-Concept Test) of themselves along the selected personality dimensions? And 4) How do epileptic women manage themselves along the four selected personality dimensions?

It was hypothesized that 1) Women with epilepsy have common personality traits based on the 16 PF Test like low scores on Factors A, C, F and H; high scores on Factors I, L, N, O, Q2 and Q4; and average scores on the other primary factors. Low scores on the global factor EX and IN, a high score on Factor AX and average scores on Factor SC and TM; 2) They perceive themselves to be average of intelligence, are less sociable, have a lower self-confidence and are less independent based on the SLUC Self-Concept test; 3) There is a difference between the objective assessment (based on the 16 PF Test) and the subjective assessment (based on the SLU Self-Concept Test) of the respondents on the selected personality dimensions; and 4) Women with epilepsy manage themselves in their affliction by using physical, emotional, spiritual and social means.

There were thirty five female respondents diagnosed of having seizure disorder aged 18 to 61 who took the 16 PF Test, the SLU Self-Concept Test and answered the Self-Management Questionnaire. The personality profile on the 16 PF Test of respondents as compared with a normative group composed of 364 female job applicants at the SLU Personnel Office, show that they have average sten scores on Factors A, B, E, F, G, H, I, M, N, O, Q2, Q3, Q4. A low score on Factor C was revealed and high sten scores on Factors L and Q1 were shown. For the global factors, the respondents were found to be highly anxious with a sten score of 8.00 but are receptive, open minded and intuitive having a low sten score on Factor TM. However, they were found to be average on Factors EX, IN and SC. The t-test was used to determine the difference between the two groups.

The women with epilepsy have average self-concept on their intelligence, self-confidence, independence and sociability based on the SLU-Self Concept Test.

Correlations made on the subjective assessments (based on the SLU SCPT) and objective assessments (based on the 16 PF Test) on the selected dimensions indicate a difference on the two assessments.

Four classifications of the management techniques were identified as the means of self-management of the women with epilepsy on the Self-Management Questionnaire. There are the physical, emotional, spiritual and social techniques. No difference was found on the four groups of techniques when used in managing themselves as the result of the analysis of variance ran.

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Title: THE DON MARIANO MARCOS MEMORIAL STATE UNIVERSITY (DMMMSU) – POTENTIAL ANTIANGEONIC PROPERTY OF CASSIA ALATA L. HEXANE EXTRACT ON THE EMBRYONIC BLOOD VESSELS OF DUCK, ANAS DOMETICUS EMBRYOS
Name: ELIZABETH I. OLARTE, PH.D.
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Hexane extract from the leaves of Cassia alata L. (akapulko) was evaluated for possible antiangiogenic effect on the extraembryonic blood vessels as well as on the embryos of ducks. 0.2 ml each of 10, 20, 30 and 40 X 10-6 g/ml dosages of crude hexane extract were administered to 3-day old duck using a modified windowing technique. Results were compared to the negative control that used phosphate buffered saline (PBS) and the untreated set-ups. Duck embryos treated with the various concentrations of hexane extract inhibited blood vessels formation in a dose dependent manner. The embryos treated with the highest dose of 40 x 10-6 g/ml prevented the proliferation of extraembryonic blood vessels. The results suggest that Cassia alata hexane fraction could be a good candidate antiangiogenic agent that may confer its potential as an antitumor agent

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Title: DMMMSU-GRADUATE STUDIES, RESEARCH JOURNAL
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