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  1. 1. BIBLIOGRAPHYA BOOKSCorpuz and Salandanan.2006.Principles of Teaching 1, p.11. Lorimar Publishing Inc.Geedes and Grosset.2002.Webster’s Universal Dictionary and Thesaurus.David Dale House.The American Biology Teacher. Vol.58,No.3 pp.147-153. (Mar.,1996),.University of California pressB JOURNALSKennedy, R. 2011. Guide Comparison of Private and Public Schools: A Look at the Differences and Similarities.Smith J. and Tanner K. Life Sciences Education 2010. The Problem of Revealing How Students Think: Concept Inventories and Beyond.Dikmenli M.,Cardak O.,Fulya O.International 2009.Journal of Environmental and Science Education, IJIESE, Vol.4, No.4.October 2009.429-440 ISSW 1306 3065.DAvanzo C. 2008. Biology Concept Inventories: Overview, Status, and Next Steps.BioScience 58(11):1079-1085. 2008 doi: 10.1641/B581111.Laws S. and Horsley A.2008. Educational Equity: textbooks in New South Wales Secondary Schools. IARTEM e- Journal.Lumpe A., and Beck J. 2007.A profile of High School Biology Textbooks Using Scientific Literacy Recommendations. International Journal of Educational Technology.Doxas A., Klymkowsky M. and Elrod S.2007.Building, Using, and Maximizing the Impact of Concept Inventories in the Biological Sciences: Report on a National Science Foundation- Sponsored Conference on the Construction of Concept Inventories in The Biological Sciences. Life Sciences Education. 1
  2. 2. Hershey, D. 2005. More Misconceptions to Avoid When Teaching about Plants, An ActionBioscience.org original article.C UNPUBLISHED MATERIALSMa. Theresa Pilapil Pelones (2003), Computer- Aided Cooperative Learning Approach in Math: It’s Effect on the Academic Performance and Change in Math Perception of Fourth Year Students In General Santos City HighSchool, p. 55- 57.D ONLINE SOURCESImportance Of Books. Ret reved from: http://lifestyle.iloveindia.com/lounge/ importanceof -books-10677.html. October 3, 2011.Critical Evaluation of Resources. Retrieved from: http://www.lib.berkeley.edu /instruct/guides/evaluation.html. October 3, 2011.Example of a Book Evaluation. Retrieved from: http://www.hencc.kctcs.net/llrc/skills/pathfinder2/book_evaluation.htm. October 3, 2011Some Hints on Evaluation of Books and Articles . Retrieved from: http://www.lawrence.edu/library/guides/evaluate.shtml. October 3, 2011.Evaluating Books. Retrieved from:http://hq.abaa.org/books/antiquarian/abaapages/evaluating. October 3, 2011.Evaluating books. Retrieved from: http://www.tarleton.edu/department s/library/library_module/unit8/8books m.htmOctober 3, 2011.Teaching Evaluation: Teaching Points 2011. Retrieved from: http://59.163.61.3:8080/GRATEST/SHOWTEXFILE.do?page_id=user ge&user_image_id=717. April 11, 2011.Bunce, D. 2010. Classifying End-Of-Chapter Questions and Problems for Selected General Chemistry. Retrived from: http_______________________, May 18, 2011. 2
  3. 3. Marbach-Ad G., McAdams K., Benson S., et. al., 2010. A Model for Using a Concept Inventory as a Tool for Students’ Assessment and Faculty Professional Development. CBE—Life Sciences Education Vol.9,408 416, Winter 2010. Retrieved from http://ukpmc.ac.uk/backend/ptpmcrender.cgi? accid=PMC2995757& obtype =pdf. April 11, 2011.Department of Education (Philippine) Bureau of Secondary EducationAssessed. Department of Education. Retrieved 07 July,2009 from http://en.wikipilipinas.org/index.php?title=Secondary.education.Dikmenli M., Cardak O. and Ortaz.2008.Conceptual Problems in Biology Related Topics in Primary Science and Technology Textbooks. Retrieved from http://www.jiese.com.Nicholls J.,2003. Methods in School Textbook Research. Retrieved from www.google.com. July 18, 2010.Oak, M.2003.Textbooks versus Computer Teaching. Retrieved from http://www.buzzle.com/articles/textbooks_versus_computer_teaching.ht July 18, 2010.Noordin Z.and Samad K., 2003.Examining the Importance of EST and ESL Textbooks and Materials: Objectives, Content and Form. Retrievedfrom, nooreen@educ.upm.edu.my and arshad@educ.upm.edu.my.July 18, 2010 Cook A. and Tulip D.1992.The importance of Selected Textbook Features ToScience Teachers. Research in Science Education, 1992,22,910.Spingerlink. Retrieved from www.google.com. July 18, 2010 3
  4. 4. APPENDIX A LETTER OF PERMISSION TO THE RESPONDENTS MINDANAO STATE UNIVERSITY Fatima, General Santos City COLLEGE OF EDUCATIONSeptember 26, 2010Dear Respondents,In partial fulfillment of the Degree of Secondary Education, I am presentlyundertaking a research study entitled “Conceptual Problems in BiologicalScience Text and Reference Books of Public and Private Schools in GeneralSantos City”. It aims to determine the faulty concepts in the selected BiologicalScience text and reference books that the secondary public and private schoolsuse in the teaching- learning process of Biology subject in the classroom.In view of this, may I request you to be one of the respondents of my study. Restassured that the data I will gather will be held in strict confidence and will be usedsolely for the purpose of this study.Attached herewith are the checklists for you to accomplish including the tools tobe used as guidelines in answering.Your cooperation to this request will be highly appreciated.Thank you so much and may the Almighty God bless you.Respectfully yours,(SGD) SARAH MAE D. CONSOLACION ResearcherNoted by:(SGD) MS. TRES TINNA B. MARTIN Adviser 4
  5. 5. APPENDIX B LETTER OF PRELIMINARY INQUIRY TO THE PRINCIPAL MINDANAO STATE UNIVERSITY Fatima, General Santos City COLLEGE OF EDUCATIONSeptember 26, 2010MR. LEONARDO B. GENOGUINPrincipal, Fatima National High SchoolFil- Am Ave., Brgy. Fatima, General Santos CityDear Sir:Greetings of Peace and Solidarity!I, Sarah Mae D. Consolacion, a student of Mindanao State University- General SantosCity is currently working on a research entitled “ Faulty Concepts in Biological ScienceText and Reference Books of Selected Public and Private Secondary Schools in GeneralSantos City”. It aims to determine the faulty concepts in the selected Biological Sciencetext and reference books that the secondary public and private schools use in theteaching- learning process of Biology subject in the classroom.In view of this, may I request for the title, author, copyright, date and place of publicationand publishing house of the Biological Science text books you use for Biology subject inyour school. May I also inquire for the total population of Biology teachers in your school.Rest assured that the data I may gather will be held confidentially and hence be used forthe research study’s purposes only.Your positive response will be of great help for the success of this research study.Respectfully yours,(SGD) SARAH MAE D. CONSOLACION ResearcherNoted by:(SGD) MS. TRES TINNA B. MARTIN Adviser 5
  6. 6. MINDANAO STATE UNIVERSITY Fatima, General Santos City COLLEGE OF EDUCATIONSeptember 26, 2010MRS. ELLANA A. ABEDINPrincipal IV, Irineo L. Santiago High School of Metro DadiangasGeneral Santos CityDear Madame:Greetings of Peace and Solidarity!I, Sarah Mae D. Consolacion, a student of Mindanao State University- General SantosCity is currently working on a research entitled “ Faulty Concepts in Biological ScienceText and Reference Books of Selected Public and Private Secondary Schools in GeneralSantos City”. It aims to determine the faulty concepts in the selected Biological Sciencetext and reference books that the secondary public and private schools use in theteaching- learning process of Biology subject in the classroom.In view of this, may I request for the title, author, copyright, date and place of publicationand publishing house of the Biological Science text books you use for Biology subject inyour school. May I also inquire for the total population of Biology teachers in your school.Rest assured that the data I may gather will be held confidentially and hence be used forthe research study’s purposes only.Your positive response will be of great help for the success of this research study.Respectfully yours,(SGD) SARAH MAE D. CONSOLACION ResearcherNoted by:(SGD) MS. TRES TINNA B. MARTIN Adviser 6
  7. 7. MINDANAO STATE UNIVERSITY Fatima, General Santos City COLLEGE OF EDUCATIONSeptember 26, 2010MRS. MARIA GIOVANNE ABECIAPrincipal, Holy Trinity College High School DepartmentDaproza Ave., General Santos CityDear Madame:Greetings of Peace and Solidarity!I, Sarah Mae D. Consolacion, a student of Mindanao State University- General SantosCity is currently working on a research entitled “ Faulty Concepts in Biological ScienceText and Reference Books of Selected Public and Private Secondary Schools in GeneralSantos City”. It aims to determine the faulty concepts in the selected Biological Sciencetext and reference books that the secondary public and private schools use in theteaching- learning process of Biology subject in the classroom.In view of this, may I request for the title, author, copyright, date and place of publicationand publishing house of the Biological Science text books you use for Biology subject inyour school. May I also inquire for the total population of Biology teachers in your school.Rest assured that the data I may gather will be held confidentially and hence be used forthe research study’s purposes only.Your positive response will be of great help for the success of this research study.Respectfully yours,(SGD) SARAH MAE D. CONSOLACION ResearcherNoted by:(SGD) MS. TRES TINNA B. MARTIN Adviser 7
  8. 8. MINDANAO STATE UNIVERSITY Fatima, General Santos City COLLEGE OF EDUCATIONSeptember 26, 2010MRS. BETY BANTULOPrincipal, Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Colleges, Integrated Basic EducationDepartmentGeneral Santos CityDear Madame:Greetings of Peace and Solidarity!I, Sarah Mae D. Consolacion, a student of Mindanao State University- General SantosCity is currently working on a research entitled “ Faulty Concepts in Biological ScienceText and Reference Books of Selected Public and Private Secondary Schools in GeneralSantos City”. It aims to determine the faulty concepts in the selected Biological Sciencetext and reference books that the secondary public and private schools use in theteaching- learning process of Biology subject in the classroom.In view of this, may I request for the title, author, copyright, date and place of publicationand publishing house of the Biological Science text books you use for Biology subject inyour school. May I also inquire for the total population of Biology teachers in your school.Rest assured that the data I may gather will be held confidentially and hence be used forthe research study’s purposes only.Your positive response will be of great help for the success of this research study.Respectfully yours,(SGD) SARAH MAE D. CONSOLACION ResearcherNoted by:(SGD) MS. TRES TINNA B. MARTIN Adviser 8
  9. 9. APPENDIX C LETTER OF PERMISSION TO THE PRINCIPAL MINDANAO STATE UNVERSITY Fatima, General Santos City COLLEGE OF EDUCATIONSeptember 26, 2010MR. LEONARDO B. GENOGUINPrincipal, Fatima National High SchoolFil- Am Ave., Brgy. Fatima, General Santos CityDear Sir:Greetings of Peace!I, Sarah Mae D. Consolacion, a student of Mindanao State University- General SantosCity is currently working on a research entitled “ Faulty Concepts in Biological ScienceText Books of Selected Public and Private Secondary Schools in General Santos City”. Itaims to determine the faulty concepts in the selected Biological Science textbooks thatthe secondary public and private schools use in the teaching- learning process ofBiology subject in the classroom.In view of this, I would like to ask permission from your good office to include the BiologyScience and Technology Textbook for Second Year (2009), printed by Book MediaPress Inc. - the textbook the second year level of your school is using in the teaching-learning process of Biology subject in the classroom. Hence, your school will be statedas the particular user of the aforementioned books in the said study.Your approval will be of great help for the success of this research study.Respectfully yours,(SGD) SARAH MAE D. CONSOLACION ResearcherNoted by:(SGD) MS. TRES TINNA B. MARTIN Adviser 9
  10. 10. MINDANAO STATE UNVERSITY Fatima, General Santos City COLLEGE OF EDUCATIONSeptember 26, 2010MRS. ELLANA A. ABEDINPrincipal IV, Irineo L. Santiago High School of Metro DadiangasGeneral Santos CityDear Sir:Greetings of Peace!I, Sarah Mae D. Consolacion, a student of Mindanao State University- General SantosCity is currently working on a research entitled “ Faulty Concepts in Biological ScienceText Books of Selected Public and Private Secondary Schools in General Santos City”. Itaims to determine the faulty concepts in the selected Biological Science textbooks thatthe secondary public and private schools use in the teaching- learning process ofBiology subject in the classroom.In view of this, I would like to ask permission from your good office to include the BiologyScience and Technology Textbook for Second Year (2009), printed by Book MediaPress Inc. - the textbook that the Second Year level of your school is using in theteaching- learning process of Biology subject in the classroom. Hence, your school willbe stated as the particular user of the aforementioned text and reference books in thestudy.Your approval will be of great help for the success of this research study.Respectfully yours,(SGD) SARAH MAE D. CONSOLACION ResearcherNoted by:(SGD) MS. TRES TINNA B. MARTIN Adviser 10
  11. 11. MINDANAO STATE UNVERSITY Fatima, General Santos City COLLEGE OF EDUCATIONSeptember 26, 2010MRS. BETTY BANTULOPrincipal, Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Colleges, Integrated Basic EducationGeneral Santos CityDear Ma’am:Greetings of Peace!I, Sarah Mae D. Consolacion, a student of Mindanao State University- General SantosCity is currently working on a research entitled “ Faulty Concepts in Biological ScienceText Books of Selected Public and Private Secondary Schools in General Santos City”. Itaims to determine the faulty concepts in the selected Biological Science textbooks thatthe secondary public and private schools use in the teaching- learning process ofBiology subject in the classroom.In view of this, I would like to ask permission from your good office to include the HighSchool Science Today (2009), published by Diwa Learning Systems Inc., Makati CityPhilippines -the textbooks the second year level of your school is using in the teaching-learning process of Biology subject in the classroom. Hence, your school will be statedas the particular user of the aforementioned books in the study.Your approval will be of great help for the success of this research study.Respectfully yours,(SGD) SARAH MAE D. CONSOLACION ResearcherNoted by:(SGD) MS. TRES TINNA B. MARTIN Adviser 11
  12. 12. MINDANAO STATE UNVERSITY Fatima, General Santos City COLLEGE OF EDUCATIONSeptember 26, 2010MRS. MARIA GIOVANNE ABECIAPrincipal, Holy Trinity College High School DepartmentDaproza Ave., General Santos CityDear Madame:Greetings of Peace!I, Sarah Mae D. Consolacion, a student of Mindanao State University- General SantosCity is currently working on a research entitled “ Faulty Concepts in Biological ScienceText Books of Selected Public and Private Secondary Schools in General Santos City”. Itaims to determine the faulty concepts in the selected Biological Science textbooks thatthe secondary public and private schools use in the teaching- learning process ofBiology subject in the classroom.In view of this, I would like to ask permission from your good office to include the Biologyfor a Better World (2009), Rex Publishing House - the textbooks the second year level ofyour school is using in the teaching- learning process of Biology subject in theclassroom. Hence, your school will be stated as the particular user of theaforementioned books in the said study.Your approval will be of great help for the success of this research study.Respectfully yours,(SGD) SARAH MAE D. CONSOLACION ResearcherNoted by:(SGD) MS. TRES TINNA B. MARTIN Adviser 12
  13. 13. APPENDIX D VALIDATION LETTER/ VALIDATION TOOL Mindanao State University College of Education General Santos CityApril 18, 2011Dr. MARIA THERESA P. PELONESBSEd, College of EducationMindanao State UniversityFatima, General Santos CityDear Ma’am:Greetings of peace!I, Sarah Mae D. Consolacion, a student of Mindanao State University- General SantosCity is currently working on a research entitled “ Faulty Concepts in Biological ScienceText Books of Selected Public and Private Secondary Schools in General Santos City”. Itaims to determine the faulty concepts in the selected Biological Science textbooks thatthe secondary public and private schools use in the teaching- learning process ofBiology subject in the classroom.In view of this, the researcher would like to ask permission from your good office tovalidate her questionnaire to qualify for conduction.Your positive response will be of great help for the success of his research study.Thank you and more power!Respectfully yours,(SGD) SARAH MAE D. CONSOLACION Researcher 13
  14. 14. Faulty Concepts in Biological Science Textbooks Of Selected Public and Private Secondary Schools in General Santos City VALIDATION TOOL FOR QUESTIONNAIRE VALIDATORSDirection: This tool asks for your evaluation of the questionnaire to be used ingathering data for the investigation of the study, to establish its validity. You arerequested to give your honest assessment using the criteria below by encirclingthe appropriate rate which best effects your assessment. Feel free to write yourcomments and suggestions in the space provided. Scale Imprecation Description 5 Very high valid Questionnaire is valid and can prove fairness data for the investigation, allowing 0- 5% error. 4 High valid Questionnaire is valid and can prove fairness data for the investigation, allowing 6- 10% error. 3 Valid Questionnaire is valid and can prove fairness data for the investigation, allowing 11-15% error. 2 Less valid Questionnaire is valid and can prove fairness data for the investigation, allowing 16- 20% error. 1 Not valid Questionnaire is valid and can prove fairness data for the investigation, allowing 21- 25% error. Very High High Valid Less Not Questions Valid Valid Valid Valid1 The indicators in the questionnaire consistently and 5 4 3 2 1 accurately measure each variable of the study.2 The questionnaire is the variable under study, thus, 5 4 3 2 1 measuring what it intends to measure.3 The questionnaire has capability to measure items or 5 4 3 2 1 variables within a given time frame.4 The questionnaire has the 14
  15. 15. ability to distinguish the 5 4 3 2 1 characteristics or properties of different attributes of subjects under study.5 The questionnaire has the ability to gather factual data, 5 4 3 2 1 eliminating biases and subjectivity.6 Quick and complete data can be generated by the questionnaire within the time 5 4 3 2 1 frame allowed to obtain the data.7 The questionnaire has no influence on variables being 5 4 3 2 1 measured.8 The questionnaire is framed in a clear and simple manner to 5 4 3 2 1 avoid risk of error.9 Questionnaire is capable of generating data that with be of value and practical use to the 5 4 3 2 1 sectors concerned in the study.Comments and Suggestions________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Dr. Maria Theresa P. Pelones (sgd)Validator 15
  16. 16. APPENDIX ESTATISTICAL RESULTS 16
  17. 17. APPENDIX F RUBRICS ON THE QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS I. Factual Accuracy/ Completeness/ Errors Sub- Poor Neutral Excellentcriteria/Qualities (-1) (0) (1) Score Facts fully Facts are Facts totally loaded with neither free from errors totally deviate from errors that deviating from established deviate from Correctness established scientific established scientific principles nor scientific principles. are they free principles. with errors. Facts very Facts have no Facts insufficient missing links sufficiently with numerous of ideas presented with Efficiency missing links neither no missing of ideas. completely links of ideas presented. at all. Facts Facts are Facts not extremely neither imaginary, i.e., imaginary and imaginary nor they actually non- existent. realistic. exist as base Realness from established scientific principles.II. Up-to-date portrayal Sub- Poor Neutral Excellent criteria/Qualities (-1) (0) (1) Score Facts Facts are Facts extremely neither presented are obsolete and obsolete accepted and Recency unaccepted in presented in a is employed in the Modern modern the Modern Biology. manner. Biology. 17
  18. 18. III. Topic Selection/ Emphasis (balance)/ Representation Sub- Poor Neutral Excellent criteria/Qualities (-1) (0) (1) Score Topic very Topic is neither Topic inadequately inadequately adequately Stress on Subject discussed nor adequately discussed with matter salient points discussed. all salient not available. points present. Topics/ ideas Topics/ ideas Topics are extremely neither coherently in Clarity of outline incoherently incoherently order. out- of order. nor coherently in order. Ideas Ideas neither Ideas possess extremely disconnected connection Flow of ideas disconnected nor logical. and are logical and illogical. to each other. Majority of the No necessary Ideas necessary information is complete; i.e., Coverage of information is lacking nor lack no Content not presented. completely necessary presented. information. Words used Words used Words used are unscientific are neither are definitely and hence unscientific scientific and invalid for and promotes fit exactly the scientific confusion purpose and Applicability of purposes. when aim of the words employed for presentation of scientific the concept. purposes and aim nor they are scientific.Sub- Poor Neutral Excellentcriteria/Qualities (-1) (0) (1) ScoreRange of Features of one Features of one Features of onecontrasting subject not subject are subjectdistinguishing distinguished in neither sufficientlyfeatures of unlike contrast with distinguished distinguished insubjects another subject. nor contrast with distinguished in another subject. contrast with 18
  19. 19. another subject.IV. Extent of Differentiatio V. Extent of Similarity Sub- Poor Neutral Excellent criteria/Qualities (-1) (0) (1) Score Features of Features of Features of one subject one subject one subject not are neither sufficiently Range of distinguished insufficiently distinguished comparing in comparison nor in comparison distinguishing with another sufficiently with another features of unlike subject. distinguished subject. subjects. in comparison with another subject. VI. Proportion of Facts and Views/ Interpretation Sub- Poor Neutral Excellent criteria/Qualities (-1) (0) (1) Score Facts Facts Facts presented are presented are presented are totally out of neither loaded with personal loaded with personal opinions, personal opinions, views and opinions, views and Subjectiveness emotions of views, and emotions of the author emotions of the author and hence the author and hence, not bias. and hence bias. bias nor objective. 19
  20. 20. APPENDIX G HODGES’ (1983) PROGNOSIS- PRESCRIPTION SYSTEM -1- Poor 0- Neutral 1- ExcellentA. Is the extent of the faultiness of the concept positive, negative or zero? Enter total no. of scores: _________________ Add zero scores: _______________________ Subtract the total number of minus scores from the total number of plus scores:______________________________ If your test is positive: The concept is efficient and is recommendable fro use in the teaching- learning process of Biology. If your test is negative: The concept is faulty and should not be used in the teaching- learning process of Biology. If your test is zero: The concept is neutral; i.e., it is neither faulty nor efficient for application on the teaching- learning process of Biology. 20
  21. 21. APPENDIX H COMMON SUB- TOPICS ON THE MAJOR CONCEPTS CELL DIVISION, PHOTOSYNTHESIS, CELLULAR RESPIRATION, THE ECOSYSTEM AND ORGAN SYSTEMSMAJOR CONCEPT TEXTBOOK SUB- TOPICS FREQUENCY PECENTAGE (4) (100%)Cell Division FNHS ILSHSMD HTCHS RMMCIBEDPhotosynthesis FNHS ILSHSMD HTCHS RMMCIBEDCellular Respiration FNHS ILSHSMD HTCHS RMMCIBEDThe Ecosystem FNHS ILSHSMD HTCHS RMMCIBEDOrgan Systems FNHS ILSHSMD HTCHS RMMCIBED 21
  22. 22. CURRICULUM VITAE SARAH MAE DURAN CONSOLACION Zone 3 Blk. 0 Brgy. Fatima 9500 General Santos City + 639486046772 sarahmaeconsolacion@yahoo.comEDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND: Tertiary Mindanao State University- General Santos City Fatima, General Santos City Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Biology Secondary Fatima National High School Fil- Am Ave., Brgy. Fatima, General Santos City Elementary Upper Tambler Elementary School II Fatima, General Santos CityTRAININGS/ SEMINARS/ WORKSHOPS ATTENDED: May 19- 22, 2011 Youth Encounter Batch ‘03 Facilitator, “Please Listen” Samaria Curcillo House, Prk. Malakas Brgy. San Isidro, General Santos City March 11- 13, 2011 Leadership and Facilitating Skills Training Batch ‘04 Speaker, “Self- Awareness” Audio Visual Room, Fatima National High School Fatima, General Santos City February 13, 2011 Seminar on Lesson Planning Techniques Audio Visual Room, Graduate School, MSU- CETD Laurel St., General Santos City 22
  23. 23. February 12- 13, 2011 Campus Journalism Seminar workshop Science and Technology Training Center, MSU Fatima, General Santos CityFebruary 4- 6, 2011 Leadership and Facilitating Skills Training Batch ‘04 Speaker, “Action Plan” Audio Visual Room, Fatima National High School Fatima, General Santos CityJanuary 5, 2011 Outreach Program San Jose, General Santos CitySeptember 08, 2010 Seminar on B’laan Tribe of South Cotabato Covered Court, MSU- CETD Laurel St., General Santos CityAugust 28, 2010 Seminar on Indigenous People Graduate School AVR, MSU- CETD Laurel St., General Santos CityAugust 11, 2010 Understanding by Design Covered Court, MSU- CETD Laurel St., General Santos CityFebruary 19- 20, 2010 Leadership and Facilitating Skills Training Batch ‘03 Speaker, “Self- awareness” and “Action Plan” NASA Elementary School Fatima, General Santos CitySeptember 26, 2009 Special Education Graduate School AVR, MSU- CETD Laurel St., General Santos CitySeptember 9, 2009 Current Issues in Secondary Education Curriculum Mindanao State University- General Santos City Audio- visual Room, Y- building Fatima, General Santos CityFebruary 25, 2009 Seminar on Technological- Vocational Education Audio Visual Room, Mindanao State University 23
  24. 24. Fatima, General Santos CityFebruary 21, 2009 Educational Tour to Baras Bird Sanctuary (Environmental Awareness) Tacurong City, South CotabatoFebruary 21, 2009 Educational Tour to Sultan Kudarat Provincial Capitol Isulan Sultan Kudarat, South CotabatoOctober- March, 2008 National Service Training Program- Literacy Training Service II Outreach Program Fatima, General Santos CityFebruary, 2009 Literacy Training Service, Outreach Program 39.2, FVR Village, Brgy. Fatima General Santos CitySeptember 24, 2008 Seven Habits of Highly Effective People School Library, MSU- CETD Laurel St., General Santos CitySeptember 13, 2008 Leadership and Facilitating Skills Training Labu Retreat House Brgy. Bawing, GEeneral Santos CityAugust 20, 2008 Symposium on Self- Awareness and Values Development H- Bldg., Mindanao State University Fatima, General Santos CityAugust 13, 2008 Symposium on Environmental Awareness H- Bldg., Mindanao State University Fatima, General Santos CityJune 18, 2008 National Service Training Program- Literacy Training Service Orientation H- Bldg., Mindanao State University Fatima, General Santos CityApril 23- 26, 2008 Youth Encounter Batch ‘55 Labu Retreat House Brgy. Bawing, General Santos City 24
  25. 25. COMPETITIONS ATTENDED: September 5, 2011 Academics, Science and Technology 4th Runner- up Mindanao State University- General Santos City August 24- 25, 2010 Inter- Collegiate Debate Competition 7th Best Speaker Mindanao State University- General Santos City August 18, 2009 Extemporaneous Speaking in English 2nd Runner- up University Gymnasium, Mindanao State University Fatima, General Santos City August 25- 26, 2011 Inter- Collegiate Debate Competition 7th Best Speaker Mindanao State University- General Santos City March 13- 15, 2009 3rd SOCSARGEN Parliamentary Debate Tournament 1st Runner- up Convention Center, KCC Mall J. Catolico St., General Santos CityMEMBERSHIP/ INVOLVEMENT IN ORGANIZATIONS/ CLUBS: Member Secondary Education Student’s Club 2011- 2012 2010- 2011 2009- 2010 2008- 2009 Member Walking Biologist Society (WBS) 2011- 2012 2010- 2011 2009- 2010 2008- 2009 Secretary Parish Youth Council 25
  26. 26. 2008- Present Our Lady of Fatima Parish NASA Vill. Brgy. Fatima, General Santos City Secretary Parish Youth Ministry 2008- Present Our Lady of Fatima Parish NASA Vill. Brgy. Fatima, General Santos City Secretary- General College of Education Students’ Organization 2010- 2011 Mindanao State University Brgy. Fatima, General Santos City Vice- President Youth Encounter Batch ‘55 Labu Retreat House Brgy. Bawing, General Santos City Member MSU- GSC Debate Society Mindanao State University Brgy. Fatima, General Santos CityPERSONAL INFORMATION: Birth Date: June 18, 1992 Sex: Female Civil Status: Single Nationality: Filipino Father’s Name: Leonardo S. Consolacion Mother’s Name: Marites Consolacion 26

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