CALACA, Ma. Ninia I.

CALACA, Ma. Ninia I.

Academic Qualifications

Research Highlights

Research Interests

Academic Qualifications

Degrees

  • Master of Philosophy, major in Development Studies, Massey University – New Zealand, 1997
  • Master of Arts in Development Education, University of Santo Tomas – Manila, Philippines, 1995
  • Bachelor of Science in Education, major in Mathematics, University of Santo Tomas – Manila, Philippines, 1990

Non-Degrees

  • Diploma in e-Learning, APEC e-Learning Institute – South Korea, 2008
  • Post-Graduate Certificate in Distance Education, University of Wisconsin – Madison, United States of America, 2003

Research Highlights

  • Popularized the development, implementation, and integration of technology to support learning and teaching in the country
  • One of the pioneers in the Philippines on TNE and its emerging models

Research Interests

  • Distance Learning
  • e-Learning and Technology Integration in Learning
  • Transnational Education
  • Technology, Education and Development, Institutional Assessment 
  • Mathematics and Statistics 

Courses Handled

Major Recognitions

Professional Activities

Academic Qualifications

  • Mathematics in the Modern World 
  • Statistical  Biology 

Research Highlights

   

Research Interests

  • Philippine Branch Representative, APEC Learning Community of Builders
  • Member, Technical Panel for Transnational and Distance Education, Commission on Higher Education (January 2015 – December 2019)
  • Member, UNESCO–Philippines Open Educational Resource Task Force, UNESCO- SEACLLSD, SEAMEO, Philippines
  • Member, Steering Committee APEC International Collaborative Learning for Cyber Academy Project
  • Consultant, ADEC Innovations, 2016 – 2018
  • Member, Asian Association for Interdisciplinary Research
  • Member, Asian Society for Teachers 

Selected Publications

  • Edited by Hill, contributor/ author: Lawton, Calaca, 2017, Higher Education in the Asian Century: The European Legacy and the Future of Transnational Education in the ASEAN Region, Routledge Publishing Company
  • Calaca, Uy, Manalo, Noble; Co-Author-Editor, Probability and Statistics, Vibal Publishing, June 2016
  • Calaca, N. – Writer/editor (adopted to Phil. Curriculum), The Organized Teacher, McGraw Hill Publishing and Vibal Publishing (in Press)
  • Calaca, N. I. (2002), Bakun A/C Hydro Power Plant Project: A Participatory Research, Purple Gazette’s Papyrus, 1, 29
  • Calaca, N.I. (2001). A Critical review of the Models of Education and Models of Development, Unitas, 74(4), 666-676.
  • Reasons affecting attrition in UST Faculty of Pharmacy from AY 2010-2013
  • Calaca, Ninia I., Non-Digital and Traditional Utilization Tools, 2016; YOUTUBE produced by TVUP, funded by UNESCO for UNESCO OER 
  • Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) on the Open Distance Learning Act (Republic Act No. 10650), Law Center, College of Law, University of the Philippines, ONAR Bulletin, July 11 to 15, 2016; Vol 6. No 28

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