LESSON 1 First Week ,1st Meeting
 Prayer, Do’s and Don’ts in Classroom
 Expectations of CVCITC Research Output as
agains...
 Enumerate the classroom policies and the expectations to
the course
 Describe the various researchable topics per area ...
 The Production of a High Breed Tilapia
fingerlings for the Household Entrepreneurs
 A Responsive System that Improves t...
 This course considers some recent
developments in the field of marketing-
management, education, and practice that are
t...
 This course provides the pedagogical benefits
for students studying business, education, and
information systems and tec...
 Limited in scope and appropriate for analysis
in the physical, mental and emotional
conditioning of students
 For purpo...
 Arts and Education Students: AES provides a detailed
understanding of the way basic information is derived from
responde...
 Business and Management Students. BMS
provides systematic analysis of existing
practices and needs in the field of busin...
 Students who successfully complete this
subject should have the knowledge and skills
to:
 know the various demands on r...
 This is an undergraduate course
 It is assumed that the student will have the following
knowledge or experience:
 Tech...
 Craig, Samuel C. and Susan P. Douglas. International
Marketing research 2nd Edition. New York: John
Wiley and Sons, Ltd....
 Each week the lecture session will
include a two-hour lecture outlining the
major issues pertaining to each week’s
theme...
 Every student is required to attend the tutorial or
offline mentoring.
 The tutorial/offline mentoring will be held dur...
Task Weighting
Tutorial/mentoring participation and oral
class presentation
5%
Tutorial/mentoring exercises (5 x 1marks) 5...
15
 Study the Direction for An Orientation on
Library Materials for next meeting.
 Please come on time, proceed
immediat...
16
The aim of this assignment for library
orientation is to work through the use
of a matrix to supplement your
related s...
17
 Work through the specified directions for any homework
or online activities to provide a reconstructed work
based on ...
18
 Those who wanted exemption to the scheduled written exam
for Pre Finals should include a draft Questionnaire in their...
19
 What outcomes should we expect from this assignment?
 The full manuscript of your approved proposed study
that is fo...
20
From your Research Mentor/Instructor
Dr. Marita Garcia Sanchez
atiram40@yahoo.com
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  1. 1. LESSON 1 First Week ,1st Meeting  Prayer, Do’s and Don’ts in Classroom  Expectations of CVCITC Research Output as against the NHERA Prepared by: Dr. Marita Garcia Sanchez iCOME 2012 International Technical Panel UUM, Penang, Malaysia 1
  2. 2.  Enumerate the classroom policies and the expectations to the course  Describe the various researchable topics per area of specialization  Explain the requirements of Res1  Confirm the specific schedules required to pass the subject in research 1 and what to expect in Research 2  Evaluate the major institutionalized research agenda of NHERA  Internalize the integrated core values and working principles of CVCITC, Academe and the courses you enrolled  Appreciate the importance of research in your courses and for everyday living 2
  3. 3.  The Production of a High Breed Tilapia fingerlings for the Household Entrepreneurs  A Responsive System that Improves the Quality Performances in Human Resource Management  The Collaborative Efforts of Student and Faculty Partnership in Leadership Management  Traffic Management in E Commerce  Testing of a New Detergent Powder Soap  The Production and Distribution of a Viable Candy Project for Women in Santiago City 3
  4. 4.  This course considers some recent developments in the field of marketing- management, education, and practice that are technology-directed, innovative business and information technology focused with relevance to industrial needs of promoting public access to knowledge.  Basic Research should be of interest to their actual problems encountered in classroom, the school, or the community that lead themselves with specific investigations; 4
  5. 5.  This course provides the pedagogical benefits for students studying business, education, and information systems and technology  Educational innovations advocated in classroom organizations, teaching materials and procedures and application of technical devises and equipment 5
  6. 6.  Limited in scope and appropriate for analysis in the physical, mental and emotional conditioning of students  For purposes of verification under various conditions in different laboratories  Off-shoots of studies under way 6
  7. 7.  Arts and Education Students: AES provides a detailed understanding of the way basic information is derived from respondents of educational institutions linking students’ understanding of actual problems encountered in classrooms, the school and communities leading themselves for investigation appropriate for the beginning researcher than problems more remote from their experience.  IS and IT students: AIS provides an understanding of the basic processes that underpin controls in automated processes bringing forth new problems and opportunities for research such as online procedures or application of technical devises and equipments. 7
  8. 8.  Business and Management Students. BMS provides systematic analysis of existing practices and needs in the field of business viewed as challenges in the areas of marketing and entrepreneurship  Accounting and Financial Accounting Students: AFAS provides an understanding of the role that information systems play in the evolution of accounting processes. It initiates the creation of a Resources-Events- Agents (REA) model designed to operate in a computer-based information technology. 8
  9. 9.  Students who successfully complete this subject should have the knowledge and skills to:  know the various demands on related tracks researches where titles should be founded  Justify the relevance and responsiveness of titles to the immediate thrusts of HEIs researches.  construct research abstracts and full research content on the bases of acceptable format 9
  10. 10.  This is an undergraduate course  It is assumed that the student will have the following knowledge or experience:  Technical Writing or Engl. 9/ Educ 104  Business Statistics or Probability & Statistics  Use of Word and Excel 10
  11. 11.  Craig, Samuel C. and Susan P. Douglas. International Marketing research 2nd Edition. New York: John Wiley and Sons, Ltd. 2000  Zulieta, Francisco M. and Nestor Edilberto B. Gonzales, Jr. Methods of Research, Thesis Writing and Applied Statistics. Mandaluyong City, MM: NationalBook Store, Quad Alpha Sentrum Bldg. 2003. 11
  12. 12.  Each week the lecture session will include a two-hour lecture outlining the major issues pertaining to each week’s theme.  This lecture will provide an overview only, and you are required to supplement this lecture with reading from the text and other sources.  Lectures are held in one hour in two sessions per week; and another one hour per week in the application of theories introduced during the lecture session  Scheduled during Tuesday and Friday- Section 1- 7:30-9:00 AM; Section 2- 4:36:00PM 12
  13. 13.  Every student is required to attend the tutorial or offline mentoring.  The tutorial/offline mentoring will be held during Wednesdays: 1pm to 5pm by scheduling  Tutorials start in week 2. Please note that attendance at tutorials/mentoring will be recorded because it is an important component of the assessment in this unit.  Added mentoring processes will also be conducted online using chats, e mails, and sms so that you can finish your manuscripts on timely manner. The content is very important to finish this course. 13
  14. 14. Task Weighting Tutorial/mentoring participation and oral class presentation 5% Tutorial/mentoring exercises (5 x 1marks) 5% Assignment: Review of the basic requirements in your manuscript writing 20% Final Examination (Oral and Written) 70% TOTAL 100% 14 All components of the above assessment are compulsory and must be submitted. Also, you must achieve at least 70% for the final examination component to be eligible for an automatic pass grade in this course.
  15. 15. 15  Study the Direction for An Orientation on Library Materials for next meeting.  Please come on time, proceed immediately to the Library for 30-45 minutes orientation before our classroom lecture/discussion on research activity
  16. 16. 16 The aim of this assignment for library orientation is to work through the use of a matrix to supplement your related studies/literature, methodology, and questionnaire and the introduction of your manuscript.
  17. 17. 17  Work through the specified directions for any homework or online activities to provide a reconstructed work based on suggestions in your attached e mails bearing the procedures of using colors, suggestions and examples as they are to be returned back to this e mail atiram40@yahoo.com  The critiquing proceeds from preliminary to the final reconstruction of your manuscript that should include the cycles you did from the start as a minimum requirement of a journal type research. It composed of Chapter I for Prelim, Chapter II for Mid Term, and Chapter III for Pre-Finals.
  18. 18. 18  Those who wanted exemption to the scheduled written exam for Pre Finals should include a draft Questionnaire in their requirements. It is expected also that requirements in the previous terms should automatically become part of the current term requirements.  One week before the scheduled examination(s) Prelim, Mid Term, Pre Finals will be the expected date of submission of requirements in soft copies to be uploaded in this e mail address: atiram40@yahoo.com.  The final titles approved when published in school Bulletin Boards and submitted to the Commission on Higher Education shall be your Final titles till you finish your Results and ready for Oral Presentation, Critiquing of Technical Panel.
  19. 19. 19  What outcomes should we expect from this assignment?  The full manuscript of your approved proposed study that is for Res 1- Chapters 1,2,3 and Questionnaire; and for Res2 the Chapters 4,5 and Bibliographic references  The procedures of Online and Offline mentoring processes that will come as part of tutoring  The technical knowhow of gathering data online with a closed supervision of a mentor  You will be able to use this framework to give you with a better understanding on how the E Counseling techniques work in the online mentoring activities  Finishing the requirements for Peer review purposes
  20. 20. 20 From your Research Mentor/Instructor Dr. Marita Garcia Sanchez atiram40@yahoo.com

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