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Graduate Education Learned Experiences: A Case of Masteral Students Teaching Social Science

Volume: 119  ,  Issue: 1 , February    Published Date: 22 February 2023
Publisher Name: IJRP
Views: 72  ,  Download: 34 , Pages: 93 - 99    
DOI: 10.47119/IJRP1001191220234484


# Author Name
1 Elizabeth M. Quimbo


Professional growth is essential in upgrading skill sets and being more proficient in the respective field of work. This is a qualitative case study focused on the application of learning experiences of graduate students enrolled in Master of Arts in Teaching Social Science to their profession and the possible inputs to improve the masteral degree program. Furthermore, this study is anchored on Theory of Generalization of Experience by Charles Judd. The primarily focus of the study is on the experiences of the graduate students in their masteral degree that were used to their in-service teaching. Seven graduate school students who are currently teaching as their profession participated in the study. Individual interviews and focus group discussion were conducted to gather the necessary data. Thematic analysis was used to identify themes relevant to the study. The findings of the study include the use of classroom management strategies, incorporating new methods and ideas in teaching, and integration of contemporary issues and concerns in discussions.


  • Graduate education
  • Integration
  • Social Science
  • Teaching Profession