**Science Investigatory Project**

Day 1
Title: • Learning Science Investigatory Project (SIP) and its format • Categorizing SIP into LIFE or APPLIED Sciences • Formulating research Problem and recognizing experimental variables • Crafting of SIP working title Output: Working Title Day 2 Title: • Finding ‘friends’ in Related Literatureand Studies • Writing proper in-text citation and referencing • Creating sound methodology • Utilizing SPSS/MS Excel tools in analyzing quantitative data Output: • RRL Synthesis Matrix • Tentative Materials and Methods Day 3 Title: • Presenting and organizing quantitative data results (graphs, tables, narrative) • Presenting SIP research proposal (Life and/or Applied Sciences) Output: • Demonstrate the procedures in writing citations using APA Style 7th ed. • Practice writing citations. |

**Statistics in Action**

Day 1
Session: • Apply the four (4) methods in evaluating the reliability of research instruments (test-retest, parallel form, split-half, internal consistency methods). • Interpret the reliability results using the following statistical treatments: Spearman rho, Pearson r, Spearman-Brown Formula, Kuder-Ricardson Formula 20 and Cronbach’s alpha). Output: Evaluation on the Reliability Test Results (MS Excel) Day 2 Session: • Evaluate the normality of data through skewness and kurtosis as the statistical treatments. • Classify inferential statistical treatments based from the results normality of data. • Apply hypothesis testing through parametric tests of difference and relationship (z-test, t-test independent and dependent samples, ANOVA, Pearson r). Output: • Evaluation of the hypotheses through statistical analysis (MS Excel). • Written output on the analysis, interpretation and conclusions for the results of the study. Day 3 Session: • Evaluate the normality of data through skewness and kurtosis as the statistical treatments. • Apply hypothesis testing through nonparametric tests of difference (Wilcoxon-Matched Paired Signed Rank Test, Mann-Whitney U Test, Kruskal-Wallis H Test, Chi-Square Test). Output: • Computations and data analysis on the nonparametric tests of difference. • Written output on the analysis, interpretation and conclusions for the results of the study. |

**Action Research for Modern Teachers**

Day 1
Title: Rationale and Problem Selection Objectives: 1. Apply gap analysis, critical thinking tools, problem tree, opportunity tree, and decision-making model to formulate action research titles. 2. Identify the other guidelines in writing action research titles. Day 2 Title: Quantitative Data Collection Tool: Structured Survey Questionnaire Objectives: 1. Apply the different guidelines in constructing a structured survey questionnaire in quantitative research. 2. Describe the six (6) main categories of the structured survey questionnaire, namely: (1) rating responses; (2)yes/no responses; (3) ordered responses; (4) unordered responses; (5) checklist; and (6) rank-ordered responses. Day 3 Title: Writing Citations using APA Style 7th ed. Objectives: 1. Demonstrate the procedures in writing citations using APA Style 7th ed. 2. Practice writing citations. |

**Mastery of Content in Biology**

Day 1
1. Cell Theory 2. Cell Structure and Functions 3. Prokaryotic vs Eukaryotic Cells 4. Cell Types 5. Cellcraft Day 2 1. Categorize the biological molecules (lipids, carbohydrates, proteins, and nucleic acids) according to their structure and function. 2. Explain the role of each biological molecule in specific metabolic processes. Day 3 1. Explain the importance of cell cycle in an organism. 2. Describe the structure, organization and types of chromosomes. 3. Discuss the concept of ploidy among the various types of organisms. 4. Characterize the phases of cell cycle. 5. Describe the stages of mitosis. |

**Mastery of Content in Physics**

Day 1
Kinematics 1. Position, time, distance, & displacement 2. Speed, average velocity, instantaneous velocity 3. Uniformly accelerated linear motion 4. Free-fall motion 5. 1D Uniform Acceleration 6. Projectile motion Day 2 Force and Energy 1. Newton’s Laws of Motion and Applications 2. Work, Energy, and Energy Conservation Day 3 1. Center of mass 2. Momentum 3. Impulse 4. Impulse-momentum relation 5. Law of conservation of momentum 6. Collisions |

**Mastery of Content in Chemistry**

Day 1 -
Atoms, Molecules, Ions 1. Dalton's Atomic Theory 2. Basic Laws of Matter 3. Atomic Structure 4. Subatomic Particles 5. Molecules and Ions 6. Chemical Formulas Day 2. Chemical Formula and Stoichiometry 1. Chemical Formulas 2. Naming Compounds 3. Atomic Mass 4. The Mole Concept 5. Percent Composition Day 3. What are Gases? 1. Kinetic Molecular Theory of Gases 2. Pressure of a Gas 3. Gas Laws 4. Ideal Gas Equation 5. Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures 6. Ideal vs Real Gas Behavior |