Research enhancement training workshop for COD in teacher education held

The Department of Science and Technology-Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) invited NISMED to conduct the Research Enhancement Training Workshop on 4-6 September 2012 at Punta de Fabian Resort, Rizal. The workshop’s objective was to enhance the capability of science and mathematics faculty/researchers in producing academic researches and create a research culture within the Centers of Development (CODs) in Teacher Education. Specifically, it aimed to: a) update participants on current research methods; b) present various ways of publication; and c) establish a network for collaborative research within CODs.
Dr. Ronda shares her expertise on research to faculty members and researchers from CODs in Teacher Education
Dr. Amelia P. Punzalan, Dr. Erlina R. Ronda, and Ms. Arlene P. de la Cruz served as resource persons during the workshop. They provided an in-depth training workshop on the step-by-step research process, including trends, format and modalities of publishing Science and Mathematics researches. This was participated in by science and mathematics faculty/researchers from CODs in Teacher Education.