Journal of Humanities and Education Development

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EISSN : 25818651
Current Publisher: AI Publications (10.22161)
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Journal of Humanities and Education Development; doi:10.22161/jhed

Aabid Majeed Sheikh, Saima Rashid
Journal of Humanities and Education Development, Volume 2, pp 29-36; doi:10.22161/jhed.2.1.5

Choeda Choeda, Tashi Gyeltshen, Sonam Daker, Sonam Gyeltshen, Wangmo Wangmo, Dorji Letho
Journal of Humanities and Education Development, Volume 2, pp 12-25; doi:10.22161/jhed.2.1.3

Edgar D. Medallo, Junil Almoradie Constantino
Journal of Humanities and Education Development, Volume 2, pp 90-101; doi:10.22161/jhed.2.2.4

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The study aims to determine the extent of collaboration among school administrators in the Teachers’ Professional Development Program in terms of sense of belonging; networks, feelings of trust and safety; reciprocity; participation; citizen power/proactivity; values;, norms, outlook in life; and diversity. It also aims to determine any significant difference between the extent of collaboration of the school administrators when grouped according to their profile and to determine the barriers to collaboration in the Teachers’ Professional Development Program. The study utilized descriptive qualitative design and quota sampling wherein 60 administrators from 3 schools of district 5 of Quezon City participated. For public secondary schools In-Service Training got the highest percentage (100%) in terms of Teachers’ Professional Development Program. For the factors on the extent of collaboration among school administrators, only citizen power/proactivity got a weighted mean of 2.96 which is below 3.50 and interpreted as “High Extent” while all other factors got a weighted mean higher than 3.50 and interpreted as “Very High Extent”. There was also no significant difference between the extent of collaboration of school administrators when they are grouped according to their length of service (p-value=0.248); educational attainment (p-value=0.088); and position/rank (p-value=0.265). Meanwhile, the first three in rank in barriers to collaboration in the Teachers’ Professional Development Program are dissemination of information and proper coordination, resources/finances and time management, and lastly, commitment and decision making.
Fadi Issa Ali Almashaqbeh, Aabid Majeed Sheikh
Journal of Humanities and Education Development, Volume 2, pp 102-113; doi:10.22161/jhed.2.2.5

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The Kingdom of Jordan is a key U.S. partner in the Middle East. Although the United States and Jordan have never been linked by a formal treaty, the two countries have cooperated on a number of regional and international issues over the years. The research is based on a major hypothesis that, the presence of local, regional and international factors have affected the Jordanian-American relations and made them take the nature of mutual cooperation between the two countries. This research essentially contributes to deepen the understanding among those interested in politics of Jordan, in identifying the factors affecting Jordanian-American relations, and on the dimensions of the American position on all Arab issues in order to overcome negative impacts and give a strong impetus to the relations between the two parties. This research also provides an opportunity for the interested researchers and scholars of the local, regional and international affairs to familiarize themselves with the nature of Jordanian-American relations at this very important stage. The main goal is to reveal the main aspects that underpin Jordanian-American relations. The research problem revolves around a central question and which elucidates the nature of Jordanian-American relations.
Jared Parba Manalastas
Journal of Humanities and Education Development, Volume 2, pp 119-128; doi:10.22161/jhed.2.2.7

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The main objective of the study was essentially focused on determining the effective ways in teaching creative writing among the Grade 11 Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS) students based on the Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) in utilizing and developing digitalized instructional materials. A Quasi-Experimental research design was specifically utilized for one group shot. The creative writing teacher employed the digitalized resources in teaching creative writing covered for the semester after administering pretest to improve the writing skills of the students. Data collection was limited to pretest and posttest scores of the subjects using Paired T-test dependent among the students taking up the creative writing subject. This research concluded that there is significant difference in teaching creative writing of HUMSS students using digitalized materials. Using various tools available online and electronic resources can help and enrich students’ creative writing abilities towards independent learning. Thus, writing opportunities can take place everywhere both in the classroom and at home.
Saima Rashid, Aabid Majeed Sheikh
Journal of Humanities and Education Development, Volume 2, pp 114-118; doi:10.22161/jhed.2.2.6

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A century after the collapse of Ottoman empire, Turkey is trying to bridge the gaps again with the Balkans, some calling it a way of reviving the Ottoman empire, while as few see it as a way of making allies in the region to join European Union. There are many such narratives. This paper will try to analyze how Turkey is trying to make its presence strong in Balkans, whether it is investing in their education, building religious monuments, or bringing stability and peace in the region. This paper will also focus on the growing relations between Turkey and Balkans during the ongoing governance of the Justice and Development Party (AKP).
Mary Chris Austria-Cruz
Journal of Humanities and Education Development, Volume 2, pp 8-11; doi:10.22161/jhed.2.1.2

Kim Edward S. Santos
Journal of Humanities and Education Development, Volume 2, pp 1-7; doi:10.22161/jhed.2.1.1

Ramesh Prasad Adhikary
Journal of Humanities and Education Development, Volume 2, pp 61-71; doi:10.22161/jhed.2.2.1

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The present research paper makes a comparative study of representation of nationalism and ethnicity in Bishweshwar Prasad Koirala's Sumnima and Hridaya Chandra Singh Pradhan's In the Battle of Kirtipur. These literary texts present the relationship of conflict between nationalism and ethnicity. The reason of conflict is either to preserve the prehistoric identities or to possess power. In construction and representation of nationalism and ethnicity, Koirala gives emphasis on their religious aspects while Pradhan focuses on historical and political aspects.
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