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Transcript of AnnRose

Reasons for taking EDFD 231
asks intelligent discussions, very interesting readings
Master of Arts in Education Major in Philosophy of Education
Multilingual Literacies:
Research Study on
MTB-MLE (2013)
Making Connections: Educational Sociology and
My Field of Specialization

Joanna Rose T. Laddaran
12 July 2016
Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy
University Extension Specialist
UP Institute for Small-Scale Industries
(thesis writing stage)
Micro, small and medium enterprise (MSME) research
part of ASEAN and APEC project team
Lecturer for capacity-building trainings for business continuity / disaster preparedness
to have a background on Sociology
to explore classes in EDFD (aside from Philosophy and Psychology of Education)
global edubusiness run by entrepreneurs
regionalization movement - APEC, ASEAN
"You cannot detach an individual from society. We are social beings."
not independent
influenced by the social and cultural institutions
mediated by relations of power
When I attempted to localize our training modules for MSMEs, I was told:
"Huwag palitan ang APEC modules. Subjective iyan. Depende iyan sa tao.
Hindi sa locality na ginagalawan ng participant."
we think about what we do, how and why we do things
demands that we are able to criticize ourselves
a discerning, mindful,
critical teacher
ASEAN Strategic Action Plan for SME Development 2016 - 2025
lists the Philippines as country champion for Promoting Entrepreneurship and Human Capital Development
Source: 1st Meeting of the ASEAN Coordinating Committee on Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (30 May - 3 June 2016, Singapore)
Politization of donee-donor relationship
"Best practices"
tendency to always say "YES" to donors
- tendency to focus on "global trends" and apply them into the local setting
Research interests:
critical thinking in adult education
entrepreneurship education
mother tongue-based multilingual education
Before taking EDFD 231:
After taking EDFD 231:
Power relations
- ASEAN Project funded by
- APEC Concept Notes:
US, Chinese-Taipei, Korea

Education - production of human capital
"Donors are always interest driven."
Trainings for 1,000 MSMEs in the Philippines
questioned institutional partner's notion of "equal partnership"
Teacher's response regarding the implementation MTB-MLE:
Provincial Language Consultant
(foreigner, from World Bank)
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