John Paul Vallente - Researcher Profile


Department

College of Teacher Education

Assistant Professor IV

Contact

Email Address: jcvallente@mmsu.edu.ph

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Biography

Prof. John Paul C. Vallente is currently a graduate student of PhD in Education – Research and Evaluation at the University of the Philippines-Diliman, College of Education. He earned the degree, Master of Arts in English Language and Literature Teaching at the Ateneo de Manila University-Loyola Schools as a CHED Faculty Development Program Fellow. Additionally, he completed the academic requirements in the Master of Arts in Education program of the Mariano Marcos State University, the same institution in which he presently renders his services as an Assistant Professor in the tertiary level. He handles courses in language and literature, research, and professional education. At present, Prof. Vallente is the Research Coordinator of the MMSU-College of Teacher Education. He has published studies on multidisciplinary fields, such as pre-service language teacher identity, multilingual education, pro-environmental citizenship, food safety education, instructional materials development and validation, and educational research and evaluation. Most of this works appear on peer-reviewed international journals, indexed in Scopus and Web of Science. He is currently a reviewer of the Teaching and Teacher Education, a Q1 Scopus-indexed journal under the Elsevier publishing company. Prof. Vallente is now working on a study funded by the General Appropriations Act of MMSU, which examines how the admission policies of CHED aligns with the main purpose of Senior High School education. He is also a part of the research project which explores the local knowledge system in the Ilocos Region, funded by the Commission on Higher Education and the University of Saskatchewan, Canada.

Research Publication

  • John Paul C. Vallente. 2020. Framing Pre-Service English Language Teachers' Identity Formation within the Theory of Alignment as Mode of Belonging in Community of Practice. Teaching and Teacher Education November 2020
  • Mark R. Limon, John Paul C. Vallente, Neil Christian T. Corales. 2020. Solid Waste Management Beliefs and Practices in Rural Households towards Sustainable Development and Pro-Environmental Citizenship. Global Journal of Environmental Science and Management. Volume Vol. 6; Issue Num. Issue 4; April 2020

Citations

Author Title of the Paper Publication Citing Article Citing Author Citing Publication Year
John Paul C. Vallente Sources of Embarrassment or Empowerment? Oral Feedback Strategies in English Language Teaching Classrooms English Language Education Publishing The Effect of Anonymity and Non-Anonymity on Students' Writing Reviews and Corrections Napak-On Sritrakam English as a Foreign Language International Journal 2021
John Paul C. Vallente Framing Pre-Service English Language Teachers' Identity Formation within the Theory of Alignment as Mode of Belonging in Community of Practice Elsevier Research on College English Teaching Model Based on Decision Trees Hao Wu, B. Nagaraj Tech Science Press 2021
John Paul C. Vallente Framing Pre-Service English Language Teachers' Identity Formation within the Theory of Alignment as Mode of Belonging in Community of Practice Elsevier Legitimising teacher identity: Investment and agency from an ecological perspective Neil Evan Jon Anthony Bowen, Natakorn Satienchayakorn ,Mareeyadar Teedaaksornsaku, Nathan Thomas Elsevier 2021
Mark R. Limon, John Paul C. Vallente, & Neil Christian T. Corales Solid Waste Management Beliefs and Practices in Rural Households towards Sustainable Development and Pro-Environmental Citizenship Global Journal of Environmental Science and Management Increasing resident participation in waste management through intrinsic factors cultivation Sunarti, Tjakraatmadja, J.H., Ghazali, A., Rahardyan, B. Global Journal of Environmental Science and Management 2021
Mark R. Limon, John Paul C. Vallente, & Neil Christian T. Corales Solid waste management beliefs and practices in rural households towards sustainable development and pro-environmental citizenship Global Journal of Environmental Science and Management Lean practices toward a balanced sustainability in higher education institutions: A Brazilian experience Klein, L.L., De Guimarães, J.C.F., Severo, E.A., Dorion, E.C.H., Schirmer Feltrin, T. International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education 2021
Mark R. Limon Food safety practices of food handlers at home engaged in online food businesses during COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines Elsevier Situating curriculum in context: Using Glatthorn's Standards-Based Curriculum Development Model to contextualize food safety learning competencies Mark R.Limon John Paul C.Vallente Consuelo T.Chua ,Abigail S.Rustia Food Control 2021
John Paul C. Vallente Framing Pre-service English Language Teachers’ Identity Formation within the Theory of Alignment as Mode of Belonging in Community of Practice Teaching and Teacher Education Inside the Classroom Context: SocioCultural Factors which Influence Teachers ' Identity Formation in Iran Leila Rahmano, Shiva Khatoony International Journal of Language , Literature , Culture and History Studies 2021
Mark R. Limon & Casiana Blanca J. Villarino Knowledge, attitudes, and practices on household food waste: Bases for formulation of a recycling system Global Journal of Environmental Science and Management Solid waste management beliefs and practices in rural households towards sustainable development and pro-environmental citizenship Limon, M.R., Vallente, J.P.C., Corales, N.C.T Global Journal of Environmental Science and Managemen 2020

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