Bicol University R&D Journal

Official Refereed Journal of Bicol University

4500 Legazpi City,Philippines

Print ISSN: 0016-4139       Online ISSN: 2719-082X

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Vol 26, Issue 1
August 2023

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  • Heritage
    Mapping the Cultural Heritage and the Relevance of Mayon Volcano to the Locals of Santo Domingo, Albay, Philippines
    Vol. 23, Issue 2, 2020

    Abstract:The objective of the study was to document the tangible and intangible cultural heritage of the communities surrounding the Mayon Volcano Natural Park (MVNP) in Sto. Domingo, Albay. Specifically, it aimed to 1) map the significant tangible immovable cultural heritage associated with MVNP; 2) map the significant tangible movable cultural heritage associated with MVNP; and 3) map the significant intangible cultural heritage related to MVNP such as, but not limited to, oral traditions, social pract...

    Authors: Cesar A. Arao

    Keywords: Heritage, Mayon Volcano, Santo Domingo

    Year Published: 2020

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  • Teacher Education
    Effectiveness of Laddered Preschool Education Program in Preparing Preschool Teachers
    Vol. 23, Issue 2, 2020

    Abstract:The delivery of the teacher education program needs to be given utmost importance by the university because what happens in the teacher preparation may influence what they would do in the classrooms as teachers. This descriptive-evaluative study identified the effectiveness of the Laddered Preschool Education offered by Bicol University for academic year 2013-2017. Data were gathered from licensure examination for teachers (LET)-like Exit Examination results of the students and preschool teacher...

    Authors: Rebecca Rosario O. Bercasio

    Keywords: preschool education, pre-service training, responsive curriculum, teacher education program

    Year Published: 2020

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  • Teacher Education
    Learner-Centered Acts of 'Academic Care' within the Practice of Teacher-Centred Instruction of Rural Teachers in Bicol
    Vol. 23, Issue 2, 2020

    Abstract:As the Philippines mandated a shift to learner-centered education as part of its K to 12 reform policy, pedagogical issues on the perceived polarization between good (learner-centered) and bad (traditional teachercentered) teaching in the country arise. With this research problem, this study used ethnographic research methods in exploring how academic care is embedded within the teacher-centered practice of whole-class lectures of rural teachers in one high school class in Bicol. Ethnographic d...

    Authors: Julie Lucille Del Valle

    Keywords: learner-centered education, cultural impediments; good pedagogy, Philippine education; teacher-centered instruction, disadvantaged rural schools, Bicol education, student-teacher relationships, academic care

    Year Published: 2020

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  • Education
    Global Citizenship Education in Bicol University Proposed Framework and Action Plan
    Vol. 23, Issue 2, 2020

    Abstract:Global citizenship education (GCED) is explicitly covered by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) under the Agenda 2030. As a multifaceted and flexible approach, GCED applies a lifelong learning perspective, covering all levels of education and into adulthood, thus countries and institutions may adopt both formal and informal approaches, curricular and extracurricular interventions, and conventional and unconventional pathways to participation. In support of this, it is important to determin...

    Authors: Rebecca Rosario O. Bercasio, Aries S. Perez

    Keywords: framework, GCED mainstreaming, institutional action plan, policy, SDG 4

    Year Published: 2020

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    The Practicality and Applicability of Using Indigenous Knowledge for Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation in Four Municipalities in the Province of Sorsogon, Philippines
    Vol. 23, Issue 2, 2020

    Abstract:Through a phenomenological approach, this study puts into writing traditional knowledge and practices related to disaster risk reduction and adaptation to climate change in Sorsogon province. Elderly participants from the municipalities of Prieto Diaz, Casiguran, Irosin, and Sta. Magdalena were engaged in a series of focus group discussions (FGD) between February and June 2014. The indigenous technologies collected reflected Deken’s four pillars of local knowledge in disaster preparedness wher...

    Authors: Maria Elma L. Mirandilla

    Keywords: disaster preparedness, indigenous knowledge, resilience, weather superstitions, traditional practices

    Year Published: 2020

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  • AgricultureFarming
    Indigenous Knowledge System (IKS) in Crop Farming in Albay Province, Philippines: An Analysis for Validation Studies
    Vol. 23, Issue 2, 2020

    Abstract:The study aimed to identify, analyze and recommend validation studies for the indigenous knowledge systems (IKS) in crop farming in the province of Albay. Indigenous knowledge in farming refers to the knowledge that has been developed in the community which resulted from the farmers’ farming practices and experiences through time. Studying the IKS in farming can provide wider perspective and understanding of a particular community’s culture and history of survival in terms of food production...

    Authors: Lester M. Narvaez

    Keywords: Crop farming, Indigenous knowledge system, Validation study

    Year Published: 2020

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