ASEAN Journal of Community Engagement


In response to the demands of a changing educational system in the Philippines,this study sought to improve learning performance and faculty developmentthrough professional learning community engagement using a research lessonframework, a Japanese approach to professional development. The purpose is toidentify how effective research lessons and community engagement can be inimproving the quality of teacher and student performance. Using a narrativeinquiry approach within a research lesson framework with four classes of SocialDimensions of Education and pre-service teachers, the study results netted arich exchange of ideas, engaged student and teacher performance, anddeconstructed the privacy of lesson planning.


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