Yield Improvement of Volvariella volvacea in Composted Banana Peels Under Indoor Conditions

AUTHORS Dr. Crisanto S. Lopez Jr., Esperanza P. Armada, and George Fredrick Roxas ABSTRACT Mushroom, Vovariella volvacea, was grown on green banana peels composted at different length of time. The objectives of the study were to assess the potential of the substrate in terms of mycelial growth and pin-head development. Much more, it was also Read More …

Response of Anthurium to the Different Planting Containers

AUTHORS Prof. Rubin L. Penpillo and Monica L. Ballano ABSTRACT One hundred twenty ready-to-bloom anthurium of different varieties were planted in clay pots and plastic bags using chopped coconut husk as planting media. The objectives were to compare the agronomic characteristics of anthurium cv. grown in clay pots and plastic bags, and to determine the Read More …

Case Study Discussion for Students’ Comprehension of the Four Bioethics Principles

AUTHOR Jeannemar Genevive Yap-Figueras ABSTRACT In the past three years, students taking up Bioethics under the B.S. Biology curriculum of West Visayas State University, a state university located in Panay island, tend to have varied convictions regarding current bioethical issues commonly experienced in science and technology. One of the probable factors for the diversified opinions Read More …

Development of Training Design and Materials to Enhance Grade 7 Mathematics Teachers’ Competencies

AUTHORS Dolly Rose F. Temelo and Editha Y. Sillorequez ABSTRACT This is a quantitative research that utilized a quasi-experimental research, specifically, the one group pre-test-post-test design. It sought to determine the effectiveness of the training design and materials developed to enhance the mathematics teachers’ competencies on the Enhanced K-12 Basic Education Curriculum. Eighteen Grade 7 Read More …

Science Notebook and Student Achievement in Biological Science in a State University

AUTHORS Veminrose A. Clariza-Samuel & Lourdes N. Morano ABSTRACT Writing notes by students has been greatly influenced by technology. Is keeping notebooks still relevant to record student learning, particularly in science classes? This study aimed to determine the students’ achievement in biological science exposed to structured/ guided use of science notebook and to open/free use Read More …

Mathematics and Panay Bukidnon Women in Alan Cabalfin’s Paintings

AUTHOR Rosemarie G. Galvez ABSTRACT This case study analyzes of Alan Cabalfin’s paintings from a mathematical point of view. Specifically, the subjects of the paintings are the women of Panay Bukidnon, an indigenous group living in the island of Panay in central Philippines. Purposive sampling, mathematical investigation, and interview complemented the use of mathematical software Read More …