Eva Macugay - Researcher Profile


College of Teacher Education

Professor II


Email Address: evabmacugay@yahoo.com


Dr. Eva B. Macugay is Professor II of the MMSU College of Teacher Education. She earned her PhD Science Education degree at De La Salle University and her Master of Arts in Teaching Biology at the University of the Philippines Diliman as a DOST scholar. She had been the Research Coordinator of the College of Teacher Education for 9 years. At present, she is the MMSU Graduate School Research Coordinator and Program Adviser of MAED Biology. She has been taking various research-related roles and responsibilities, such as the Field Supervisor for Region 1 in a National Research (Basic Education Research Survey); Chair in Research Presentations in the Second Philippine Conference on ICT in Education UNESCO Next Generation of Teachers and the Overall Coordinator in a Regional Seminar-Workshop on Developing Action Research for Basic and Higher Education. She had been serving as an adviser/ panel member of MAEd Biology graduates. She had presented her research papers at the national and international research fora and a lecturer, speaker, trainer in research. She had published research papers and had been a peer reviewer of journals

Research Publication

  • Eva B. Macugay, Allan B. I. Bernardo. 2013. Science Coursework and Pedagogical Beliefs of Science Teachers: The Case of Science Teachers in the Philippines. Science Education International. Volume 24; Issue Num. 1; January 2013; ISSN2077-2327
  • Eva B. Macugay. 2010. Environmental Awareness of MMSU College of Teacher Education Students: Implications for Environmental Education. MMSU S&T Journal, Special Issue December 2010; ISSN2012-0060


Author Title of the Paper Publication Citing Article Citing Author Citing Publication Year
Eva B. Macugay Science coursework and pedagogical beliefs of science teachers: The case of science taechers in the Philippines Expert teacher contributions to argumentation quality during inquiry dialogue Yannis Hadzigeorgiou Imaginative Science Education pp 185-215 2016