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MPAIHS of DepEd Lucena promotes GREATEST in Research

Project GREATEST in Research: Angelo S. Villanueva  as he wholeheartedly inspires students, teachers, and stakeholders to appreciate the importance of research in the school and in the community.

by Angelo S. Villanueva, SHS Master Teacher I, Research Coordinator

LUCENA CITY-Mayao Parada Agricultural Integrated High School (MPAIHS) of DepEd Lucena City supports Project CRISP (Culture of Research for Improving School Performances) of the division through its initiated Project GREATEST (Grasping Research, Embracing Authentic Trends to Empower Students & Teachers) in Research among 109 Senior High School students, 25 teachers, and the members of the School Parent Teachers’ Association (PTA) held in MPAIHS, Feb 15.

To strengthen students, teachers, and stakeholders’ awareness on the importance of research in improving school performances; determine learners’ needs, teachers’ and parents’ role towards clear and effective communication; develop effective communication system to bridge gaps between the school and home; acknowledge researches that contribute to the effective communication strategies employed for school progress; and generate new knowledge on less explored but priority fields of basic education.

Dr. Karina R. Bautista, Senior Education Program Specialist - School Management Monitoring & Evaluation, talked about Research as an Effective tool to improve School-Based Management (SBM) system. Thus, she encouraged stakeholders and teachers to be part of the school planning team and elevated students’ awareness on the significance of conducting research in making the school recognized as a school well-known for agriculture but for research as well.

Mr. Angelo S. Villanueva, Senior High School (SHS) Master Teacher I, highlighted the importance of community support system in establishing students’ discipline in school. He discussed the common gaps on how the school communicates and addresses learners’ needs, progress & achievement towards clear & effective communication. Participants of the training showed excitement and eagerness to learn through active involvement and 100% participation.

Nine teacher-researchers had presented their research proposal aligned with the Division Basic Education Research Agenda (DBERA) such us child protection policy, teaching and learning, disaster risk reduction management, and gender and development. A total of 15 student-researches were presented both orally and in poster. Six researches were presented orally while there were nine researches presented in poster.

Researches were examined by the SHS and JHS pool of experts in the school, as a result, the table below shows the combined results of poster and oral presentation:

1st Placer

BEST PAPER

Effects of Fermented Azolla Juice as a Nitrogen Fertilizer for Rice Production: A Comparative Analysis,

BEST POSTER

Benefits of Career Guidance Program in the Curriculum Exits of SHS Students of MPAIHS,

INCENTIVES

Php 500.00

Certificate of Recognition

Gold Medal;

2nd Placer

BEST PAPER

Relevance of Work Immersion Program to the MPAIHS Graduates: Preference of their Curriculum Exit,

BEST POSTER

Career Track Choices of Grade 10 Students in Mayao Parada Agricultural Integrated High School,

INCENTIVES

Php 300.00

Certificate of Recognition

Silver Medal;

3rd Placer

BEST PAPER

Level of Knowledge and Practices on Project War on Waste (WOW) among students of MPAIHS,

BEST POSTER

Teachers’ Influence on the Academic Performance of Grade 11 Students in MPAIHS,

INCENTIVES

Php 200.00

Certificate of Recognition

Bronze Medal;

Best Presenter

BEST PAPER

Rondele Villalon

Effects of Fermented Azolla Juice as a Nitrogen Fertilizer for Rice Production: A Comparative Analysis,

BEST POSTER

Lyka L. Manalo

Benefits of Career Guidance Program in the Curriculum Exits of SHS Students of MPAIHS,

INCENTIVES

Php 500.00

Certificate of Recognition

Gold Medal

Excitement and confidence were mirrored on the faces of the students’ and teachers’ participants as they successfully communicated the results of the research conducted in the school and proposed activities for utilization.. Supports from stakeholders were highly evident through the provision of free snacks from Bubles Crispy Pata restaurant - a famous local resto in Lucena City. Likewise, cash incentives for the best papers, best posters; best presenters were granted by the school’s research coordinator. This activity was spearheaded by the research coordinator, Angelo S. Villanueva.


Walk the Talk: Dr. Karina Bautista as she joyfully  empowers School-based Management System for improving school performance.

The student-researchers as they presented their researchers to the research panelists. From left to right photos are during the Poster presentation and oral presentation.


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