vol. 3, no. 9 (2022)
Psychology and Education: A Multidisciplinary Journal


Description

Psychology and Education: A Multidisciplinary Journal is an open-access international peer-reviewed journal that publishes research findings that contribute significantly to the understanding and developing of psychological and educational processes. PEMJ contains research results from many fields, methodological methods, and multidisciplinary research such as anthropology, history, philosophy, economics, business, linguistics, geography, or political science.

Publisher: Psychology and Education: A Multidisciplinary Journal


Potential Citation/s: 31


ISSN 2822-4353 (Online)

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Articles


School-Based Management Practices and the Basic Education Learning Continuity Plan in the New Normal in Aborlan South District, Department of Education, Division of Palawan

Diane Joy Manggad | David R. Perez

Discipline: Education

Kinship Care: A Lived Experience of Young Adults

Leo Abe Abe

Discipline: Education

The Academic Performance of Grade 10 Mathematics Learners Exposed to HybridLearning and Printed Modular Distance Learning in San Andres District, Schools Division of Quezon

Renante Camay

Discipline: Education

Procrastination: Causes, Mechanisms, Consequences, and Relationship with Mental Health

Zadel Teresa Boncales | Christian Galgao

Discipline: Education

Teachers’ Narratives: Unveiling the Visceral Accounts of Learning Facilitators in the New Normal

Junry Esparar | Milagros Aurea Sabidalas | Rolando Peralta Jr

Discipline: Education

Development and Validation of Instructional Modules in Enhancing the Study and Thinking Skills of Learners

Nestor Paul Pingil

Discipline: Education

Development and Validation of Contemporary Dance Module: Basis for Skills Enhancement of Special Program for the Arts Dance Major

Frietzie Inayan

Discipline: Education

Readiness of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Students in Online Distance Learning Modality as Perceived by their Teachers and Its Correlation with Academic Performance

Riza Loyola-Tombaga

Discipline: Education

Teachers’ Awareness on Policies in Technology: A Basis for School-Based ICT Policy in Classroom Management and Teaching

Russel Elgincolin

Discipline: Education

Leadership Style of School Heads and Its Moderating Impact on Work Stress of Teachers in a District

Rowena Mendez

Discipline: Education