Philippines Colleges and Universities

Also known as Higher Education Institutions (HEIs), colleges and universities in the Philippines are licensed, supervised and controlled by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). The University of the Philippines (UP) is one of the better-known universities in the country.

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Philippines Colleges and Universities

Is Corllins University providing fake degrees?

Degrees by Corllins are recognized globally

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It seems to be accredited, so the degrees won't be fake I think.

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What are the advantages and disadvantages of amalgamation?

The advantages of amalgamation are the following:

  • Bigger city

The disadvantages to amalgamation are the following:

  • you have less say in your community
  • the laws change

It could be the marriage,where you become a responsible person and will also have a nice family.
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How many semesters are there in one year of college?

Mostly college have two semester per year. There are two semesters in every school year.

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Who are the passers of pmma entrance exam last sept?

alfredo m. Madrid jr.

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Sample pattern of narrative report on ojt?

go to google, then search for it! Goodluck!

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Bicol University entrance exam result 2010-2011?

charmaine g. cornal

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History of the Philippines

Articles about new trends of classroom assessment?

Classroom assessments are those developed or selected by teachers for use during their day-to-day instruction. They are different from the standardized tests that are conducted annually to gauge student achievement, and are most frequently used to serve formative purposes, that is, to help students learn. However, classroom assessments also can be used summatively to determine a student's report card grade. Standardized tests, on the other hand, tend to be considered summative assessments, as they are used to judge student progress over an extended period of time.

As the research summarized below reveals, assessment used during instruction can have a profound impact on student achievement. But to do so, the assessments must provide accurate information and they must be used in appropriate ways.

Read more: classroom-assessment

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What are the tuition fees for patts college of aeronautics?

1,000,000 Pesos

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Mga tanong sa Tagalog

Anu-ano ang components ng komunikasyon?

Paghahatid ng Mensahe

Mensah

Hadlang

Tsanel

Pidbak

Kapaligiran

Konteksto

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Engineering
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Philippines Literature

Engineering school offered lowest tuition fee in the Philippines?

its either pup,up or ust for private

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Learning Theories
Philippines Colleges and Universities

What are some factors that affect academic performance?

Why Students Fail

Some reasons for college student failure may include:

  • No vision. Some students do not have a clearly articulated picture of the future they intend to create for themselves. Thus, they may take programs of study without a clear career goal or objective. In essence, they choose the wrong major.
  • Lack of passion. Successful students work out of passion, a love for what they want to do, and recognize the importance of the benefit it will bring others as well as themselves. Without passion, study becomes a chore and not a method for achieving clearly defined goals.
  • Lack of personal/work/school/family balance. What ever is going on in a student's personal life, will inevitably affect what's going on in school. Whatever is happening in school will affect what's going on in their personal life. A student needs time to be in class, and appropriate time for study. However, there must be time for family, friends, social activities, and time to just be alone. The key is keeping proper balance.
  • Lack of taking advantage of student resources. There is really no reason for academic failure. Every college and university has an academic learning center where students can receive peer and faculty tutoring, without charge. Many students fail to seek help.
  • Attending the wrong college or university. Some students accept admission into schools they are not familiar with. Thus, they become depressed with their surroundings. Student must be content with their school, its environment, and resources. This, in turn has a negative affect on their studies.
  • Lack of maturity and discipline. Some students are just not disciplined and lack good organizational skills. They often fall under the pressure of their peers. Rather than using good discretion, they feel compelled to follow others (socially), when they really should be attending to their studies. Again, lack of appropriate balance.

Lack of Self Confidence.

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Nothing is in the mind that wasn't first in the senses?

Thomas Hobbes

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Philippines Colleges and Universities

What is the lingua franca spoken throughout much of East Africa?

Kiswahili

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Is the course BS Marine Transportation offered by University of Santo Tomas?

yes..!

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AQWorlds

What are the different levels of comprehension skills?

The three levels of comprehension, or sophistication of thinking, are presented in the following hierarchy from the least to the most sophisticated level of reading.

  • Least = surface, simple reading
  • Most = in-depth, complex reading

Level One

LITERAL - what is actually stated.

  • Facts and details
  • Rote learning and memorization
  • Surface understanding only

TESTS in this category are objective tests dealing with true / false, multiple choice and fill-in-the blank questions.

Common questions used to illicit this type of thinking are who, what, when, and where questions.

Level Two

INTERPRETIVE - what is implied or meant, rather than what is actually stated.

  • Drawing inferences
  • Tapping into prior knowledge / experience
  • Attaching new learning to old information
  • Making logical leaps and educated guesses
  • Reading between the lines to determine what is meant by what is stated.

TESTS in this category are subjective, and the types of questions asked are open-ended, thought-provoking questions like why, what if, and how.

Level Three

APPLIED - taking what was said (literal) and then what was meant by what was said (interpretive) and then extend (apply) the concepts or ideas beyond the situation.

  • Analyzing
  • Synthesizing
  • Applying

In this level we are analyzing or synthesizinginformation and applying it to other information.

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Can a school succeed without a clear vision?

no,

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What is the first filipino university in manila?

University of Santo Tomas in Manila,

which was founded in April 1611

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What pedagogical benefits can you derived from formulating SMART objectives?

Lesson will be easy and students oriented. Teacher will feel comfotable.
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Tekken

Are Jin and Asuka related?

jin and asuka are step brothers and sisters with same mum and different dad.

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Algebra
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Abstract Algebra

What kinds of sets are there in algebra?

There are all kinds of sets in algebra. And that may not help, but it's true. There is a whole branch of algerbra that deals with the (algebraic) manipulation of sets. And don't even think about going to look at set theory. There are several branches of that, and it may well just add confusion. Sets, which are, in general, groups of "things" that are considered and manipulated as a "whole thing" by rules of mathematics, can vary in number. Just as an infinite number of things can be considered to be part of a set, there are many, many different kinds of things that can be put into a set.

How about a "regular" set of table flatware? Subsets would be knives, salad forks, dinner forks, soup spoons and teaspoons. (Leave out all the "fancy" stuff.) How about a set of the stuff that goes on the right side of the plate in a "regular" setting as a subset of flatware? That'd be the knife and spoons. See how this works? It could take you all day to make sets of the things in your house. And the sets could be anything! Things made completely of metal, completely of wood, completely of glass (excluding ceramics). Things normally found in the kitchen could be a set, or it could be a subset of the stuff in your house. We could go on and on.

In number theory, there are some interesting problems of sets, but, again, sets can be as varied as the imagination of the person dreaming them up....

Kinds of set:

*infinite set:

-the set continues on for infinity.There may not be an infinite amount of a thing you wear, it is limited to numbers.

*finite set:

-it has finite (countable) number of elements, it has unlimited numbers.

*numerical set:

-a set having only numbers as its elements, set prime numbers (2,3,5,7,11,13,17..)

*equal set:

-two sets are equal if they have precisely the same numbers.

*null set:

-its is a set with no elements or numbers.

*equivalent set:

-sets with the same numbers of members .

*intersecting sets:

-sets with some members in common.

*subsets:

-sets contained within others are subset.

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Is nema franco a passer of Philippine coast guard exam last February 12 2011?

Abdurahman, Serhan T.

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Osmania University
Philippines Colleges and Universities

What is the role of students in managing disasters?

Students have a major role to play in managing disasters. They can:

  • Spread awareness about disasters and tips to handle them.
  • Organise mock camps in their holidays in neighboring villages to train people to cope up with disasters like earthquakes
  • Be part of 'emergency rescue teams' - mostly the training goes side by side along with 'compulsory military training' programs (another opinion: search and rescue is a highly specialized job and should be left to professionals)

    A big aspect of disaster management is preparedness.

    The basic role of the student is AWARENESS of what to do during and after disasters. This would lessen panicking, paranoid and uncontrollable people running around. Knowing what to do when disaster strikes will also lessen the death toll. Knowing what to do after disaster, and at least basic first aid, will enable students help the authorities in saving lives.

by harman(d c model school)
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List of names who pass the examination of Phil coastguard on February 12 2011 at cdo?

Result exam Phil coastguard Feb 12 2011

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Philippines Colleges and Universities

What is a definition of MAPEH?

Music, Arts, Physical Education, and Health. This is the subject taught by in Philippine schools especially those who are in secondary (from first year to fourth year students).

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What are the different components of nstp?

different components of nstp

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