E-Government in the Philippines: An Assessment

Countries around the world invest enormous amounts of public funds in financing their virtual presence through e-governments. Existing plethora of research consistently agree that e-governments increase administrative efficiency, transparency, accountability, and public trust. Many studies tried to assess the return of such investments which resulted to the development of the different evaluative and assessment methodologies. […]

Filipino ESL Teachers’ Attitudes, Practices and Challenges in Using Peer Correction Strategy in Teaching Writing

The 21st century educational system claims to be learner-focused where collaborative learning is given emphasis to strengthen learner’s autonomy. In this case, peer correction is seen essential in helping students learn from the correction they give and receive from their peers. The present quantitative-qualitative study aims to describe the attitudes, practices, and challenges of 55 […]