CED Student Researchers Win Int’l Awards

Honey Swiert Y. Larayos and Nasphia A. Malawani, senior BEED-English students of the College of Education (CED), won Best Paper of the Session Award during the 2012 International Conference on Education and Management Innovation held in Singapore last February 26-28, 2012.

Their paper entitled “Cognitive Skills and Reading Comprehension across Disciplines” was selected from among all other researches of educators and other professionals from various countries. The panel of judges was chaired by Prof. Patrick Letouze Moreira from Federal University of Tocantins (IIUI), Brazil.

Joining the conference were Saddam C. Bazer and Gellie F. Pardillo who presented their paper “Status of Students’ Perceptions and Self-efficacy on the Use of ICT.” They were joined by their adviser Prof. Shelanee Theresa P. Ruales, Dr. Ruben L. Abucayon, and Dr. Josefina M. Tabudlong, all advisers of the winning paper.

The conference promotes research and developmental activities in Education and Management Innovation and the interchange of scientific information among researchers, developers, engineers, students, and practitioners around the world.

Keynote speakers were Prof. Donald Chang of the Metropolitan State College of Denver, USA, Prof. Masayasu Kanno of Kanagawa University, Japan, and Prof. Patrick Letouze Moreira of Federal University of Tocantins (IIUI), Brazil.

The conference brought together researchers from disciplines in Financial Theory and Engineering, Economics Business and Marketing Management, and Education and Management Innovations.

The CED has consistently encouraged attendance in international conferences to manifest its continuing quest for excellence through research among its constituents.

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