A Webinar on Utilizing Grounded Theory Research in Trouble-Shooting Problems in Schools

April 20, 2022

MCC’s Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Michael A. Mesa was awarded a Certificate of Recognition for sharing his expertise as the Resource Speaker during the 3-day webinar training on ‘Utilizing Grounded Theory Research in Trouble-Shooting Problems in Schools’ successfully conducted on March 21-23, 2022 for Angeles City National High School, Department of Education, Angeles City via Google Meet.

The aim of this training is to identify the problems and issues in classroom instruction and in the school in general, in order to utilize the methods and principles of grounded theory research in providing data-based solutions "from the ground up".

Furthermore, Dr. Mesa highlighted in his lecture that the identification and establishment of a clearer understanding of instructional issues, as well as providing viable solutions based on findings through Grounded Theory research, are critical steps in improving pedagogical and school policies that enhance the quality of educational experience and output of learners.

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