vol. 1, no. 2 (2023)
International Journal of Multidisciplinary Educational Research and Innovation


International Journal of Multidisciplinary Educational Research and Innovation is an international peer reviewed academic journal that highly values the importance of developing knowledge in the field of multidisciplinary educational and innovative research. The journal's scope is broad, with the goals of disseminating information and providing a place for discussion, theoretical inquiry, practical applications, research discoveries, and experimentations in the field of education. IJMERI is maintained and supervised by the Saint Joseph College of Maasin City, Southern Leyte.

Publisher: Saint Joseph College

Potential Citation/s: 114

Category: Multidisciplinary |

ISSN 2980-4760 (Online)

ISSN 2980-4752 (Print)

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Teaching Food and Beverage Services Through Gamification

Harvey J. Nonado

Public Authority Regulations and Invisible Hands of Adams Smith in A Free Market Economy During Emergency: The Paradoxical Relationship

University O Edih | Nyanayon D Faghawari | Humphrey O Onoriode

Online Teaching in Physics Using Just-In-Time Teaching (JiTT), Academic Achievement, and Conceptual Understanding of Grade 9 Students

Benjamin M Maala

Championing Sustainable Practice of Reusable Face Masks: Framing TikTok Campaign of #EcoInfluencers

Carie Justine P Estrellado

Health Practices Among Secondary School Teachers During Covid-19 Pandemic

Joan Mae L Tabudlong

An Analysis of Factors Associated with Drug Use in Schools in The City of Ouagadougou in 2019

Ahmed Kaboré | Cheick B El F Baga | Ludmila Akoyi | Hermine Tognon | Constant Paré Boyo | Jill Johns | Toé Josué S A | Nicolas Meda

Building Champion School Leaders Through the Institutionalization of the Re-Entry Program of The School Heads Academy (SHA) of DepEd Region VI

Leonerico E Barredo

Flipped Classroom and ManyChat Delivering OnlineOffline (MCDOO) Learning for Science, Technology & Engineering Curriculum (STEC) Students

Leonifel D Alforque

The Educational Philosophy and the Career Motivation of the Pre-Service Teachers

Trisha Reign V Gonzales | Maricel D Galvez | Rachel G Bariga | Carie Justine P Estrellado

Scitocin: Development of Science Mobile Learning App for Least Learned Competencies in Science 9

George Distura

A Descriptive Analysis on the Gender Issues in Teaching Physical Education

Alonzo L Mortejo

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