vol. 19, no. 1 (2014)
Journal of Business, Education and Law


Description

The Journal of Business, Education and Law is a professional refereed publication of the Jose Rizal University. It is dedicated to the active application and dissemination of researches and other academic and scholarly papers/essays in the fields of business, public administration, public policy, local governance, education, social sciences, liberal arts and law to the relevant concerns, problems and issues in the Philippines. The journal is directed at a diverse readership primarily composed of the academe, business, law, non-profit organizations, and government. Its articles are expected to be of use to policy and decision makers, middle management, analysts, researchers, and graduate and college students.

Publisher: Jose Rizal University


Category: Business Law & Reviews | Education | Law |

ISSN 2094-7623 (Online)

ISSN 0117-6455 (Print)

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Table of contents

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Editorial


Editorial



Feature Studies and Articles


THE IMPACT OF LINKAGES ON THE JRU BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM

Barbara Wong-fernandez | Annaliza B. Viernes | Eloisa R. Dela Cruz

Discipline: Education, Business, Law

LEARNING EXPONENTIAL-LOGARITHMIC EQUATIONS THROUGH VALUES-DRIVEN INTERVENTIONS

Avelino S. Caraan Jr.

Discipline: Education, Business, Law

PROBLEM BASED EXPERIMENTS AND HARDWARE DESCRIPTION LANGUAGE: TOOL IN ENHANCING STUDENTS’ EFFICACY ON DIGITAL LOGIC DESIGN

Rosalina R. Estacio

Discipline: Education, Business, Law

ENHANCING STUDENTS’ RESEARCH COMPETENCIES THROUGH SOCIO-POLITICAL DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKING

Alexander P. Gonzales

Discipline: Education, Business, Law

TOWARDS EFFECTIVE INNOVATION ADOPTION: STAGES OF CONCERN ABOUT THE K TO12 CURRICULUM OF MANDALUYONG UPSKILLING PROGRAM (MUP) PARTICIPANTS

Arnold G. Abad | Stephanie F. Fababair | Bonifacio G. Gimeno | Leslie Ann V. Joves | Roxane S. Villanueva | Gigi G. Bullanday | Ricky F. Fabic | Ricardo Grayda | Edlyn T. Velasco

Discipline: Education, Business, Law

TEACHERS’ PREPAREDNESS FOR THE K TO 12 CURRICULUM BASED ON STRANDS QUALIFICATIONS

Gemma S. Amboy | Villamor G. Paltep | Lina J. Punongbayan | Lilibeth L. Ramos | Chatherine C. Sombillo

Discipline: Education, Business, Law

REWARD-BASED APPROACH IN IMPROVING ATTITUDES TOWARDS MATHEMATICS AND PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS OF PRACTICE TEACHING STUDENTS

Maria Renita F. Fabic

Discipline: Education, Business, Law

THE WORLD TRADERGANIZATION: ISSUES AND TRENDS

Lilia R. Bautista

Discipline: Education, Business, Law