Bridgetines bagged 3rd Best Research on the 3rd International Research Forum held at Development Academy of the Philippines, Tagaytay City, Nov. 28-29.
Through collaboration, teamwork and exertion, Jean Valerie S. Collera, Jonalyn D. Escartin, Ailory E. Magboo and Cristine I. Untalan, all BSED4- Mathematics, made it to the third spot with the best research among eight studies of the collegiate level. The group presented their study entitled “Mathematics Anxiety Manifestation of Grade 7 Science Class Students of Batangas National High School”.
Meanwhile, the studies “Security of Online Banking as Perceived by Young Professionals” from University of San Agustin, Iloilo City, and “Physical Education Program of Augustinian Schools in Negros Occidental for Ay 2017-2018” from Colegio San Agustin Bacolod were recognized as the first and second Best Research respectively.
The two-day forum, which focused on the theme “Exploring Possibilities through Multidisciplinary Research”, was organized by the Association of Philippine Private School Administrators and Mentors (APPSAM). Researchers from different levels, regions and other countries gathered to present their research in different fields such as education, arts, business, science, philosophy, medicine and sociology. The presentation is divided into three categories: senior high school, college and faculty level.
“Research will take us to the next generation. It will open new opportunities, avenue in learning especially in the Philippines,” said by Dr. Loureli C. Siy, APPSAM President, after welcoming all participants.
The aim of the said forum is to provide student and faculty participants an avenue to disseminate their findings on their researches.
Bridgetines who were also selected to present their study entitled “Content Analysis on Grammar Lapses in Facebook Posts” are Aena Kimberly Fortu, Angelika Macatangay, Loi Cedrick Ramos and Jannica Divine Vino, all BSED4-English.
Dr. Imelda Vergara, Education Program Chairperson, trained and assisted the participants.
-Loi Cedrick P. Ramos, BSED4