A CENTER for Education and Research Development (CERD) researcher encouraged more research utilization and evaluation to improve educational practices of countries in the recent Hawaii International Conference on Education at the Sheraton Hotel in Honolulu last month.

During her paper presentation, “Toward a High Impact Research Undertaking: A Synergy of Utilization and Evaluation”, Dr. Emily Tan explained how strengthening the evaluation system of research outputs improves educational delivery modes of schools and ensure its effectiveness.

“These are important in developing the impact of the school’s teachings not only academically, but also to enhance students’ awareness in social and cultural concerns of their own countries,” she said.

Over a thousand researchers from countries such as Canada, United States, and the Great Britain presented their outputs on different aspects of education during the four-day event.

Tan is a professor at the Graduate School and the Faculty of Pharmacy and the former CERD director, then, Institute for Development Education. Elka Krystle R. Requinta

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