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An Inquiry on the Underlying Instructional Materials in Social Studies

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posted on 2021-06-25, 16:29 authored by Daryl Niko CempronDaryl Niko Cempron
This is an inquiry on the frequently utilized instructional materials of Social Studies teachers in a government-funded school in the Philippines: the extent and the underlying reasons therein.




Declaration of conflicts of interest

This was a patriotic study, and thereby has not been funded by the institution of the author. Nevertheless, it has not been published but will be in a peer reviewed journal as soon as the author finds the most appropriate one.

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Lead author country

  • Philippines

Lead author job role

  • Higher Education Lecturer

Lead author institution

Central Mindanao University

Human Participants

  • Yes

Ethics statement

The respondents involved were properly informed of the nature, intent, and direction of this inquiry, and were given ample time to decide whether or not they would like to participate. The consent form is given also contained their rights and privileges, and the mechanisms to ensure the privacy of their identities and confidentiality of their responses. An agreement then was sealed that the name of the school would not be mentioned throughout the paper.


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