In support of the Department’s policy development process, research agenda, and policy and program development and implementation, the Schools Division of Tayabas City conducted a Research Clinique for master teachers at St. Jude Cooperative Hotel and Event Center, Tayabas City, September 16 to 18.

Schools Division Superintendent Catherine P. Talavera,  who is passionate about research, gave her all out support in the said endeavor to make quality education in Tayabas a reality.

Participated by master teachers, the activity was led by Division Research Coordinator Luzviminda E. Saludares. With the guidance of SGOD Chief Edwin Rodriguez, and the input of ASDS Maylani Galicia and CID Chief Imelda Raymundo, the aim to promote and strengthen the culture of research in basic education was achieved.

Several topics were discussed to help the researchers initiate and write their action research papers. CID Chief Raymundo discussed Basic Education Sector Research Agenda and Research Management Guidelines. Identification of classroom issue and intended intervention was tackled by Aillen A. Averilla. Joseph Jay Aureada elaborated on formulation of general and specific objectives. Regicelle D. Cabaysa tackled on Related Literature/Referencing. Methodology and Workplan Preparation was discussed by Leonard Michael D. Lubiano. While data analysis and presentation was explained by Marvin Rosales and proposal preparation by Georgia P. Talabong

Meanwhile, Virgilio Jao, Arcedel Pagana, and Joel Dela Cruz presented their respective completed action researches.

Participants were also grouped into 8 research teams, composed of technical assistance providers and mentees who shall collaborate and help each other bring into fruition all efforts.               

Research Clinic 2, the second wave, shall be conducted on October 14, 30, and 31 with the same set of participants.  (Luzviminda E. Saludares, Education Program Specialist II, SDO Tayabas City)