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Kehila, Daphna Arbell – COABE Journal: The Resource for Adult Education, 2019
Based on a qualitative case study, this paper presents the initiative, motivation, and challenges faced by Filipina foreign domestic workers (FDWs) who volunteer to teach their peers care-giving. This case is embedded in the context of a nonformal education program provided by the Humanitarian Organization for Migration Economics (HOME), a…
Descriptors: Peer Teaching, Caregiver Training, Caregivers, Cultural Influences
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Desai, Maharaj – Educational Perspectives, 2016
This paper is based on the experiences of the author as a student, educator, and Filipina/o. The author explores the multiple traumas in the community that he grew up in that impacted his experiences as well as those of his family and the connection of those traumas to colonialism. The author also examines the possibilities for healing from those…
Descriptors: Foreign Policy, Trauma, Filipino Americans, Psychology
Quinajon, Rachel Amey – ProQuest LLC, 2019
There has been limited research on American doctoral education and even less scholarship exploring Filipinx higher education experiences. Utilizing a qualitative research methodology, this exploratory research seeks to expand the understanding on Filipina educational experiences in doctoral programs, creating a space to share non-traditional…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Graduate Students, Doctoral Programs, Educational Experience
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Coloma, Roland Sintos – Curriculum Inquiry, 2017
If knowledge production is indelibly central to curriculum inquiry, then a critical investigation into the conditions of racialized minority and diasporic subjects in general and of Filipina/os in particular can shed light on the intersection of curriculum, empire, and global migration, a topic which has received relatively little attention in…
Descriptors: Curriculum, Global Approach, Curriculum Research, Racial Bias
Mallari, Shedy Dee C.; Ebreo, Edleen P.; Pelayo, Jose Maria G., III. – Online Submission, 2015
This study determined salient themes of female individuals who are inside the academic setting on their concept of happiness and moral development. The idea of studying the Filipina Female Concept of Happiness came from two areas of study--Female Psychology and Positive Psychology. The researchers were intrigued by the idea that since the female…
Descriptors: Psychological Patterns, Moral Development, Females, Psychology
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Iloh, Constance – Education Sciences, 2021
Communities frequently treated as 'have-nots' in higher education are a window into the condition of postsecondary education access, exclusion, inequities, and outcomes. This reality is no more evident than with the college-going trajectories of low-income single mothers of color. Evoking the possibilities of narrative inquiry in general, and life…
Descriptors: Personal Narratives, Decision Making, College Choice, Low Income Students
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Prandini, Manuela; Baconguis, Rowena D. T. – Studies in the Education of Adults, 2021
Faced with impoverishment after the financial crisis of 2008, Filipino women migrants in Italy struggle to sustain their financial commitments to their families in the Philippines. Research shows that financial literacy and entrepreneurship (FLE) education can improve financial management and decision-making processes. Spanning a period of…
Descriptors: Transformative Learning, Entrepreneurship, Money Management, Multiple Literacies
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Takeuchi, Miwa Aoki; Aquino Ishihara, Virgie – Journal of the Learning Sciences, 2021
Background: We situate the mobilization of mathematical literacy as a tool to see and redress social and historical dilemmas (Engeström, 2014; Gutiérrez, 2016) rooted in the geo-economic politics of race, gender, and class. Methods: Using collaborative ethnography, we describe how mathematical literacy was mobilized by an activist collective that…
Descriptors: Numeracy, Activism, Migrants, Foreign Countries
Bailon, Angelica Mae Andaya – ProQuest LLC, 2012
At more than three million, Filipina/o Americans are one of the largest ethnic minority groups in the United States. Yet, few studies have focused on the experiences of Filipina/o Americans in institutions of U.S. higher education. Given the increasing disparity in degree achievement between first and second generation Filipina/o Americans, this…
Descriptors: Academic Persistence, Filipino Americans, Qualitative Research, Barriers
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Floresca, Jocelyn Alberto; Uy, Gilda Lasat – Education Quarterly Reviews, 2019
The inclusion of females in the male-dominated sport of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) has come a long way. Slowly but surely, women in the sport are coming to its prominence. Social changes, combined with adjustment in the society's work force, have caused the creation of new spaces, such that women started to occupy sectors that formerly belonged…
Descriptors: Athletics, Females, Social Change, Gender Issues
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Matias, Cheryl E. – Teacher Education Quarterly, 2013
This article provides a look into a day in the life of the author, Cheryl Matias, as a Filipina teacher educator teaching White teacher candidates in a White institution. This article focuses on the conceptualization and operationalization of her pedagogy of trauma as a survival mechanism and as a model for other teacher educators of Color who…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Asian Americans, Minority Group Teachers, Teacher Educators
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Eder, Rosalyn – Educational Studies: Journal of the American Educational Studies Association, 2016
The Philippine government has received praises from international organizations for its exemplary management of labor migration. The country has one of the most sophisticated institutionalized mechanisms for out-migration of workers, and it serves as a model of government-led labor migration management. It is, therefore, no surprise that research…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Migrant Workers, Planning Commissions
Chang, Benji – Online Submission, 2013
Beginning in the early 1990s, this article describes the influences of the California Pilipinx American hip-hop scenes on the author's development as a youth and son of immigrants from China, Hong Kong, Vietnam and Taiwan, and as a hip-hop artist, organizer, educator, and scholar. This essay highlights a few historical moments and lessons learned…
Descriptors: Music, Self Determination, Authors, Immigrants
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Ip, Hoi Man; Cheung, Sum Kwing; McBride-Chang, Catherine; Chang, Lei – Early Education and Development, 2008
Research Findings: Across 63 Hong Kong families, both Filipina domestic helpers and mothers separately rated their own caregiving style (warmth and control) and kindergarten children's social competence. Results indicated that Filipina helpers rated themselves as higher in warmth than mothers did. In addition, self-rated warmth of both caregivers,…
Descriptors: Mothers, Caregivers, Foreign Countries, Kindergarten
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Maramba, Dina C. – Journal of College Student Development, 2008
As Filipina/o Americans comprise the largest Asian immigrant population in the United States, the experience of college-aged children of immigrants becomes an increasing concern at the university level. The purpose of this qualitative research investigation was to explore the ways Filipina American students negotiated their home environment and…
Descriptors: Qualitative Research, Family Environment, Gender Differences, Immigrants
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