CED faculty win research awards

Two faculty researchers from the College of Education (CED) received prizes during the World Research Festival at the Marco Polo Plaza Hotel, in Lahug, Cebu City last August 22-25, 2012.

Dr. Adelfa C. Silor, Chairperson of the Department of Professional Education (DPRE), won as Best Oral Research Presenter (Diamond, First Prize), Most Talented Researcher (Diamond, First Prize), Best Dressed Researcher (Diamond, First Prize), and Best in PowerPoint Presentation (Platinum, Second Prize) for her classroom-based action research “Metacognitive Strategies and Reading Comprehension among the High Reading Proficiency and Low Reading Proficiency College Students.”

Her second research, “Sentence Structure Animation Improves Syntactic and Semantic Abilities of Culturally Diverse Learners,” won as Best Oral Research Presenter (Gold, Third Prize), Most Talented Researcher (Diamond, First Prize), Best Dressed Researcher (Diamond, First Prize), and Best in PowerPoint Presentation (Gold, Third Prize).

Dr. Rolando Cuizon, also a CED faculty researcher from the Department of Technology Teacher Education (DTTE), won as Best Oral Research Presenter (Platinum, Second Prize), Most Talented Researcher (Diamond, First Prize), Best Dressed Researcher (Diamond, First Prize), and Best in PowerPoint Presentation (Gold, Third Prize) for his paper “Analysis of Iligan City Solid Waste Management: Basis for an Effective Solid Waste Management Program.”

The International Association of Multidisciplinary Research (IAMURE), organizer of the event and certified for its Quality Management System by the Anglo Japanese American Registrars, Inc., presented 250 papers of subjects from various disciplines from researchers around the globe. The festival was organized around the theme “Research that changed the world”.

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The researches of Silor and Cuizon have been published in the IAMURE International Multidisciplinary Journal (ISSN: 2094-9529).

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