Aprillette Devanadera

Southern Luzon State University

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Virtual Teaching as the 'New Norm’: Analyzing Science Teachers’ Attitude toward Online Teaching, Technological Competence and Access

De la Rama, J., Sabasales, M., Antonio, A., Ricohermoso, C., Torres, J., Devanadera, A., & Alieto, E. (2020). Virtual Teaching as the 'New Norm’: Analyzing Science Teachers’ Attitude toward Online Teaching, Technological Competence and Access . International Journal of Advanced Science and Technolog
Number of pages: 14 Posted: 23 Jul 2020
Northern Iloilo Polytechnic State College Victorino Salcedo Campus, Zamboanga del Sur National High School, Western Mindanao State University, Western Mindanao State University, Department of Secondary Education, College of Education, Central Luzon State University, Southern Luzon State University, Taman Rama School and Western Mindanao State University
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Science Teachers, Attitude toward Virtual Teaching, Gender, Competence, Access

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Women of K-12: Exploring teachers’ cognition in language policy implementation

Number of pages: 20 Posted: 29 May 2020
Ericson Alieto, Aprillette Devanadera and Junette Buslon
Western Mindanao State University, Southern Luzon State University and Western Mindanao State University
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Mother Tongue, Multilingualism, Cognition, Linguistic Background

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Noun Bias among Tagalog-speaking Filipino Pre-school Children

Devanadera, A., & Alieto, E. (2019). Lexical Bias among Tagalog-speaking Filipino Pre-school Children. Asian EFL, 24 (4.1), 207-225.
Number of pages: 21 Posted: 08 Jul 2020
Aprillette Devanadera and Ericson Alieto
Southern Luzon State University and Western Mindanao State University
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noun bias, lexical inventory, narrative production, gender, socio-economic status