Dr Fraide A. Ganotice, Jr

Senior Lecturer

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Current Positions

Senior Lecturer, Program Coordinator of Interprofessional Education

Work History

Sept, 2019 – Aug, 2022 Senior Lecturer (Program Coordinator of Interprofessional Education)
Bau Institute of Medical and Health Sciences Education, Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Jan, 2018 – Aug, 2019 Assistant Professor
Department of Counseling and Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences, Hong Kong Shue Yan University, Hong Kong
Apr 2015 – Dec 2017 Lecturer (Program Coordinator)
Bau Institute of Medical and Health Sciences Education, Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Interprofessional Team-Based Learning for Health Professional Students
Jan 2014 – Apr 2015 Senior Research Assistant
Knowledge Enterprise and Analysis, Office of VP for Research and Technology, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
May 2013 – Dec 2013 Senior Research Assistant
Department of Special Education and Counselling, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong
Jan 2013 – Apr 2013 Associate Professor I
Faculty of Education, Palawan State University, Philippines
Jan 2008 – Dec 2012 Assistant Professor III
Faculty of Education, Palawan State University, Philippines

Qualifications

2010 Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Psychology
Major in Measurement and Evaluation
De La Salle University – Manila, Philippines
Dissertation: Personal Investment and School Achievement among Adolescent Students in Public and Private High Schools in the Philippines
(Awarded the Best Dissertation by the Psychological Association of the Philippines, PAP)
1998 Master of Arts in Education (Educational Administration) Palawan State University, Philippines
1995 Bachelor in Education (Guidance and Counseling) Palawan State University, Philippines

Research Interests

  • Interprofessional education in higher education
  • Professional collaboration
  • Program development and evaluation
  • Teacher development
  • Test Construction (Development, Adaptation, Translation, and Validation)

Grants

Principal investigator (2019-2020)​

Finetuning the application exercise and facilitation strategies of interprofessional education (IPE) (Project no. 766)​. Teaching and Learning Quality Committee (TLQC). (300,000 HKD)

Principal Investigator (2019-2020)

Breaking disciplinary silos: Examining the effects of a technology-supported team-based interprofessional education model in the Social Sciences (TBIPESS, 2019-2020), Faculty Development Scheme, Research Grant Council (HK$848,984)

Co-Investigator (2016-2017)

Enhancing Students' Learning through Team-based Learning ($174,200)

Co-Investigator (2014-2015)

English spelling development of Chinese ESL children, Internal Research Grant, The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HK$99,185)

Awards

2013

First Place, Top Performing Faculty Researcher for 2013, awarded by Palawan State University, Philippines.

2012

Outstanding Dissertation Award (2012), National Level, awarded by the Psychological Association of the Philippines (PAP).

2011

Young Scholar Research Excellence Award (Jung Tae-gon) (2011), awarded by the Asian Association of Social Psychology (AASP)

2010

Young Scholar Research Award (2010) by the International Testing Commission on its 9th Biennial International Conference of the International Testing Commission (ITC).

Highlighted Publications

  1. Ganotice, F.A. & Chan L. K. (2019). How can students succeed in computer-supported interprofessional team-based learning? Understanding the underlying psychological pathways using Biggs' 3P model. Computers in Human Behavior, 91, 211-219.
  2. Ganotice, F., & Chan, L. (2019). Which of the four models? Examining the measurement properties of the Interdisciplinary Education Perception Scale (IEPS) in healthcare and socialcare prelicensure curriculum in Hong Kong. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 33(1), 1-7.
  3. Ganotice, F.A. & Chan L. K. (2018). Construct validation of the English version of Readiness for Interprofessional Learning Scale (RIPLS): Are Chinese undergraduate students ready for ‘shared learning’? Journal of Interprofessional Care, 32 (1), 69-74.
  4. Wong, A. K., Wong, F. K. Y., Chan, L. K., Chan, N.K., Ganotice, F., & Ho, J. (2017). The effect of interprofessional team-based learning among nursing students: A quasi-experimental study. Nurse Education Today, 53, 13-18.
  5. Chan L.K., Ganotice, F.A, Wong F.K.Y., Lau C.S, Bridges, S., Chan C, Chan NK, … Yum, T.P. (2017). An Interprofessional Team-Based Learning Programme involving seven undergraduate health and social care programmes from two universities: Development, implementation, and evaluation. BMC Medical Education, 17 (1) 221.

Publications

2017

Downing, K & Ganotice, F. A., (2017). World University Rankings and the Future of Higher Education. IGI Global.

Invited Speaker

2018

  • First Philippine Interprofessional Education and Collaboration Conference 2018 St. Martin de Porres Building. University of Santo Thomas, Philippines. August 11-12, 2018.

2017

  • The 1st Asia Pacific Interprofessional Education and Collaboration (APIPEC) Conference. Best Western Premier Hotel Solo Baru, Surakarta, Indonesia. October 13-15, 2017.
  • BIMHSE Seminar Series: Connecting Disciplinary Silos: Interprofessional Team-Based Learning. Venue: Mrs Chen Yang Foo Oi Telemedicine Centre, 2/F William MW Mong Block, 21 Sassoon Road. January 17, 2017, 1:00-2:00 PM.

2016

  • Connecting Disciplinary Silos – Interprofessional Team-Based Learning. June 6, 2016 (As Panelist). Room 321, Run Run Shaw Building, The University of Hong Kong

2013

  • Establishing Sound Psychometric Properties of Research Instruments for Researchers. April 27-28, 2013

2012 and before

  • Division Leadership Training for Supreme Student Organization. February 5-7, 2012, Narra National High School, Narra, Palawan, Philippines,
  • Test Construction. Palawan Polytechnic College Inc., Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, Philippines,
  • Assessment Toolkit: A Review for In-Service Teachers. Palawan Hope Christian School. Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, Philippines.

Internationally Referred Journal Publications

  1. Cervantes-Sudio, M. G., Ganotice, F. A., & Navarro, A.T (in press). Are Filipino students ready to collaborate? Comparing the readiness of allied health students for interprofessional education in the Philippines. Journal of Interprofessional Care.
  2. Korpershoek, H., King, R., McInerney, D., Ganotice, F. A., & Watkins, D. (2019). Gender and cultural differences in school motivation. Research Papers in Education.
  3. Chan, L. K., Wong, F., Chan, L.K, & Ganotice, F.A. (2019). Interprofessional team-based learning: A revealing process for cultivating professional identity among nursing students. Open Journal of Nursing, 9, 249-267.
  4. Ganotice, F.A. & Chan L. K. (2019). How can students succeed in computer-supported interprofessional team-based learning? Understanding the underlying psychological pathways using Biggs' 3P model. Computers in Human Behavior, 91, 211-219.
  5. Ganotice, F. A., & Chan, L. K. (2018). Psychometric validation of team experiences questionnaire in pre-registration Chinese health and social care students in Hong Kong. Journal of Interprofessional Care. 1-7. DOI: 10.1080/13561820.2018.1531835
  6. Ganotice, F., & Chan, L. (2019). Which of the four models? Examining the measurement properties of the Interdisciplinary Education Perception Scale (IEPS) in healthcare and socialcare prelicensure curriculum in Hong Kong. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 33(1), 1-7.
  7. Ganotice, F.A. & Chan L. K. (2018). Construct validation of the English version of Readiness for Interprofessional Learning Scale (RIPLS): Are Chinese undergraduate students ready for ‘shared learning’? Journal of Interprofessional Care, 32 (1), 69-74.
  8. Villarosa, J., & Ganotice, F. (2018). Well-being of Filipino teachers: Validating Ryff’s Psychological Well-being Scale in the Philippines. Philippine Journal of Psychology. 2018, 51(1), 1-20.
  9. Wong, A. K., Wong, F. K. Y., Chan, L. K., Chan, N.K., Ganotice, F., & Ho, J. (2017). The effect of interprofessional team-based learning among nursing students: A quasi-experimental study. Nurse Education Today, 53, 13-18.
  10. Chan L.K., Ganotice, F.A, Wong F.K.Y., Lau C.S, Bridges, S., Chan C, Chan NK, … Yum, T.P. (2017). An Interprofessional Team-Based Learning Programme involving seven undergraduate health and social care programmes from two universities: Development, implementation, and evaluation. BMC Medical Education, 17 (1) 221.
  11. Ganotice, F. A., Downing, K., Mak, T., Chan, B., & Lee, W. Y. (2017). Enhancing Parent-Child Relationship through Dialogic Reading. Educational Studies.
  12. Ganotice, F., Datu, J., & King, R. (2016). Which emotional profiles exhibit the best learning outcomes? A person-centered analysis of students’ academic emotions. School Psychology International, 37(5), 498-518.
  13. Shin, K., Ganotice, F., Downing, K., Yip, L., Han, F., Yeo, W., . . . Leung, K. (2016). Profile of mood states and quality of life of Chinese postmastectomy women in Hong Kong: Integrating variable- and person-centered approaches. Health Care for Women International, 37(8), 906-921.
  14. King, R. B., & Ganotice, F.A. (2015). Does family obligation matter for students' motivation, engagement, and well-being? It depends on your self-construal. Personality and Individual Differences, 86, 243-248. Yeung, S. S. & Ganotice, F. A. (2014). The role of phonological awareness in biliteracy acquisition Among Hong Kong Chinese kindergarteners who learn English-as-a-Second Language (ESL). The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 3, 333-343.
  15. King, R. B., McInerney, D., Ganotice, F.A., & Villarosa, J. (2015). Positive affect catalyzes academic engagement: Cross-sectional, longitudinal, and experimental evidence. Learning and Individual Differences, 39, 64–72.
  16. Bernardo, A., Ganotice, B., & King, I. (2015). Motivation Gap and Achievement Gap Between Public and Private High Schools in the Philippines. The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 24(4), 657-667.
  17. Ganotice, F. A., Downing, K., Mak, T., Chan, B., & Lee, W. Y. (2015). Translation and validation of the Chinese version of Parent-Child Relationship Inventory (PCRI-C) in Hong Kong. Child Indicators Research, 8 (3), 657-670.
  18. McInerney, D., Ganotice, F. A., King, R. B., Marsh, H. W., Morin, A. J. (2015). Exploring commitment and turnover intentions among teachers: What we can learn from Hong Kong teachers. Teaching and Teacher Education, 52, 11-23.
  19. Morin, A. J. S., Meyer, J. P., McInerney, D. M., Marsh, H.W., & Ganotice, F. A. (2015). Profiles of dual commitment to the occupation and organization: Relations to wellbeing and turnover intentions. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 32, 717-744.
  20. Mcinerney, D., Ganotice, F., King, R., Morin, A., & Marsh, H. (2015). Teachers' Commitment and psychological well-being: Implications of self-beliefs for teaching in Hong Kong. Educational Psychology, 35(8), 926-945.
  21. King, R.B., & Ganotice, F.A. (2014). The social underpinnings of motivation and achievement: Investigating the roles of parents, teachers, and peers on academic outcomes. The Asia Pacific Education Researcher, 23 (3) 745-756.
  22. King, R.B., & Ganotice, F.A. (2014). What’s happening to our boys: A personal Investment analysis of gender differences in student motivation. The Asia – Pacific Education Researcher, 23 (1), 151-157.
  23. King, R. B., Ganotice, F. A., & Watkins, D. A. (2014). A cross-cultural analysis of achievement and social goals among Chinese and Filipino students. Social Psychology of Education, 17, 439–455.
  24. Ganotice, F. A., & King, R. B. (2014). Social influences on students’ academic engagement and Science achievement. Psychological Studies, 59 (1), 30-35.
  25. Ganotice, F. A., & King, R.B. (2013). Blessed are those who wait: Validating the Filipino version of the Academic Delay of Gratification (ADOGS) Scale. The Asia Pacific Education Researcher, 23 (1), 19-27.
  26. King, R. B., & Ganotice, F. A. (2013). Student motivation as hierarchical and multidimensional: Cross-cultural validation of Personal Investment Theory in the Philippines. Universitas Psychologica, 12, 685-698. doi:10.11144/Javeriana.UPSY12-3.smhm.
  27. Ganotice, F.A., Bernardo, A.B.I., & King, R.B. (2013). Adapting the Facilitating Conditions Questionnaire (FCQ) for Bilingual Filipino adolescents: Validating the English and Filipino Versions. Child Indicators Research, 6, 237-256.
  28. King, R. B., Ganotice, F. A., & McInerney, D. M. (2012). Cross-Cultural Validation of The Sense of Self (SoS) Scale in Chinese and Filipino Settings. Child Indicators Research, 5, 719-734.
  29. King, R., Ganotice, FA., & Watkins, D. A. (2012). Cross-Cultural validation of the Inventory of School Motivation (ISM) in the Asian Setting: Hong Kong and the Philippines. Child Indicators Research, 5, 135–153.
  30. Ganotice, F. A., Bernardo, A. B., & King, R. B. (2012). Testing the factorial invariance of the English and Filipino versions of the Inventory of School Motivation with bilingual students in the Philippines. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 30, 298-303.
  31. King, R. B., Ganotice, F. A., Watkins, D. (2012). Validation of the Chinese Version of the Sense of Self (SOS) Scale. Asia Pacific Education Review, 13, 323-331.
  32. Ganotice, F. A, & Villarosa, J. B. (2011). “You are my classmate, can we be friends?”: Validation of Classroom Friendship Questionnaire in the Philippines. Educational Measurement and Evaluation Review, 2, 124-136.
  33. Ganotice, F. A., & Bernardo, A. B. (2010). Validating the factors of the English and Filipino versions of the Sense of Self Scale. Philippine Journal of Psychology, 43, 81-99.
  34. Ganotice, F. A. (2010). A confirmatory factor analysis of scores on Inventory of School Motivation (ISM), Sense of Self Scale (SoS), and Facilitating Conditions Questionnaire (FCQ):  A study using a Philippine sample.  The Educational Measurement and Evaluation Review, 1, 59-77.

Book Chapters

  1. Chan, L. K., & Ganotice, F.A. (2019). Team-based learning for interprofessional education. In CS Lau (Ed.), Preparing healthcare learners for a changing world (pp. 126-135. HKU Med. LKS Faculty of Medicine. Bau Institute of Medical and Health Sciences Education.
  2. Ganotice, F. A., Tang, H., Tsui, G., Villarosa, J., & Yeung, S.S (2017). Globalization of world university rankings and its impact on Asian universities. In K. Downing & F. A Ganotice (Eds.), World University Rankings and the Future of Higher Education. IGI Global. http://www.igi-global.com/book/world-university-rankings-future-higher/150147
  3. Ganotice, F. A., Yeung, S. S., Beguina, L. A., & Villarosa, J. (2016). In search for H.E.R.O among Filipino teachers: The relationship of positive psychological capital and work-related outcomes. Special Issue on “Positive Education in Asia”. The Asia Pacific Education Researcher. DOI: 10.1007/s40299-015-0267-9.
  4. Ganotice, F. A., Lising, R. L., Nieva, A.M., & Bernardo, A.B.I. (2016). Variations in Filipino college students’ achievement goals in different types of college subjects. Invited book chapter contribution to edited volume entitled "Counseling, psychology, and education: Essays in honor of Rose Marie Salazar-Clemena. Manila: De La Salle University Publishing House.
  5. Ganotice, F. A., & Yeung, S. S. (2016). The conjoint influence of achievement goals on Filipino students’ sense of self, facilitating conditions, and school outcomes: A Personal Investment Theory analysis. Invited book chapter contribution to edited volume entitled "The Psychology of Asian Learners: A Festschrift in Honor of David Watkins", by Springer Asia.

Research Recognition and Awards

  1. Young Scholar Research Excellence Award (Jung Tae-gon) (2011), awarded by the Asian Association of Social Psychology (AASP)
  2. Young Scholar Research Award (2010) by the International Testing Commission on its 9th Biennial International Conference of the International Testing Commission (ITC).
  3. Outstanding Dissertation Award (2012), National Level, awarded by the Psychological Association of the Philippines (PAP).
  4. First Place, Top Performing Faculty Researcher for 2013, awarded by Palawan State University, Philippines.

Oral and Poster Presentations

  1. Chan, L.K., & Ganotice, F. A. & Li, R. (Dec 14-16, 2017). Team-based learning implemented on paper vs. electronic platform in an interprofessional programme in Hong Kong. 9th Asian Medical Education Association Symposium cum Frontiers in Medical and Health Sciences Education 2017. The University of Hong Kong.
  2. Chan, L.K., & Ganotice, F. A. (March 8, 2017). Massive Team-Based Learning for Interprofessional Education. Poster presentation. Acknowledgement on Influencing Teaching and Learning Practice - Achieving the Ripple Effect. Centre for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CETL). The University of Hong Kong.
  3. Chan, L.K., & Ganotice, F. & (January 11-15, 2017). Readiness for interprofessional learning: A cross-discipline comparison involving healthcare students in Hong Kong. 14th Asia Pacific Medical Education Conference (APMEC). National University of Singapore.
  4. Ganotice, F., & Chan, L.K. (January 11-15, 2017). A second look into the factor structures of Readiness for Interprofessional Learning Scale (RIPLS) involving Hong Kong Chinese students. 14th Asia Pacific Medical Education Conference (APMEC). National University of Singapore.
  5. Ganotice, F. & Chan, L.K. (September 6-9, 2016). Construct Validation of Readiness for Interprofessional Learning Scale (RIPLS) for Chinese Undergraduate Students. The 8th International Conference on Interprofessional Practice and Education. Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom.
  6. Chan, L.K., & Ganotice, F. (November 27-28, 2015). Interprofessional Team-based Learning Checklist: Development and Validation. Poster Presentation to the Frontiers in Medical and Health Sciences Education – HKU 2015.
  7. Morin, A.J.S., McInerney, D. M.,  Meyer, J.P., Marsh, H. W., & Ganotice, F. (November 14-16, 2014). Profiles of Dual Commitment to the Occupation and Organization: Relations to Wellbeing and Turnover Intentions. 2014 Conference on Commitment. Blackwell Inn and Conference Center, Fisher College of Business Complex, The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, USA.
  8. Ganotice, F., Downing, K., Chan, B., & Yip, W. L. (November 12-14, 2014). Relationship of motivation and goal contents to achievement. 2014 International Symposium on Education and Psychology - Fall Session (ISEP 201 2014-Fall). Meiji University, Tokyo, Japan.
  9. Ganotice, F., Downing, K., Villarosa, J., Turalba, H., Antonio, D. (August 6-8, 2014). The combined influence of behavioral and emotional engagement on students’ goals, self-concept, and achievement: A person-centered analysis. International Conference on Education, Psychology and Social Sciences. Taipei, Taiwan.
  10. Ganotice, F., Downing, K., Chan, B., & Yip, W. L. (July 22 - July 24, 2014). Exploring the relationship between non-local Hong Kong students’ motivation and adaptation to their achievement and goal commitment. The 3rd International Symposium on Business and Social Sciences, Sapporo Renaissance, Hokkaido, Japan
  11. Ganotice, F., Downing, K., Chan, B., & Yip, W. L. (July 22 - July 24, 2014). Enhancing parent-child relationship trough dialogic reading. The 3rd International Symposium on Business and Social Sciences, Sapporo Renaissance, Hokkaido, Japan
  12. King, R., Ganotice, F. A. & Villarosa, J. (July 8-13, 2014). Happy students are engaged students: A multi-method study. 28th International Congress of Applied Psychology. Paris France. 
  13. King, R., & Ganotice, F. A. (July 8-13, 2014). The antecedents and consequences of family obligation among Filipino students: Implications for learning and achievement. 28th International Congress of Applied Psychology. Paris France.
  14. King, R., Ganotice, F., Gaerlan, M. J. M., & Yeung, S. (July 1-4, 2014). Grateful students are better learners. 7th European Conference on Positive Psychology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  15. Ganotice, F. Echavez, M., Antonio, D. G., & Turalba. H. (February 7-9, 2014). Academic engagement profile and its influence on achievement goals, sense of self, and achievement: A person-centered analysis. International Multi-Discipline Education and Development Conference 2014. Baguio City, Philippines.
  16. Ganotice, F. & Garcellano, A. (February 7-9, 2014). I enjoy my math class! Exploring the differences in academic Emotions between low and high groups in Mathematics: A mixed-methods investigation. International Multi-Discipline Education and Development Conference 2014. Baguio City, Philippines.
  17. Ganotice, F. & Garcellano, A. (February 7-9, 2014). Learning strategies, metacognition, self-efficacy and achievement of high and low achieving math students of Palawan State University. International Multi-Discipline Education and Development Conference 2014. Baguio City, Philippines.
  18. McInerney, D. M, & Ganotice, F. A. (July 31-August 4, 2013). Hong Kong teachers’ commitment to teaching and psychological well-being. American Psychological Association (APA) Annual Convention.  Honolulu Hawaii.
  19. McInerney, D. M, & Ganotice, F. A. (July 31-August 4, 2013). Exploring the Synergies between Distal Future and Proximal Achievement Goals in Academic Achievement.  American Psychological Association (APA) Annual Convention.  Honolulu Hawaii.
  20. Yeung, S. S., Ganotice, F. A., & Leung, Y. L. (June 10-13, 2013). Predictors of English invented spelling among Hong Kong Chinese children who learn English-as-second-language.  International Symposium on Bilingualism.  Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
  21. Ganotice, F. A., & Yeung, S. (February 2-3, 2013). The social underpinnings of motivation and achievement:  Investigating the role of parents, teachers, and peers on academic outcomes” at the Conference Workshop in Research by Panasia Training and Research            Institute, held at Teachers’ Camp, Baguio City.
  22. Ganotice, F. A. & Aton, P. A. (August 13-15, 2012). Profiling the academic goals and strategies inlearning of high and low achieving high school students in Puerto Princesa City. 49th National Conference of the Psychological Association of the Philippines (PAP). Cebu Waterfront Hotel, Cebu City, August 13-15, 2012.
  23. Ganotice, F.A. & King, R. B. (July 2-5, 2012). Blessed are those who wait: Translation and validation of the Filipino version of Academic Delay of Gratification Questionnaire in the Philippines.  The 8th Conference of the International Test Commission (ITC)) – Modern Advances in Assessment:  Testing and Digital Technology, Policies, and Guidelines.   University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 
  24. Ganotice, F.A. & Villarosa, J. B. (July 2-5, 2012). We’re classmates, can we be friends? Translation and validation of the Filipino version of Classmates’ Friendship Questionnaire in the Philippines.  The 8th Conference of the International Test Commission (ITC)) – Modern Advances in Assessment:  Testing and Digital Technology, Policies, and Guidelines. University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. 
  25. Ganotice, F.A. & Villarosa, J. B. (December 15-18, 2011). We’re classmates, can we be friends? Translation and Validation of the Filipino version of Classmates’ Friendship Questionnaire in the Philippines.  2011 Taiwan International Conference in Education (TICE) – Imagination and Creativity, Wellspring and springs of Education. The Institute of Education, National Sun Yaet-sen University, Kaohsiung Taiwan. 
  26. Ganotice, F. A., King, R. B., & Watkins, D. A. (December 15-18, 2011). Are mastery and performance goals really that important?  Examining social goals in collectivist settings.  2011 Taiwan International Conference in Education (TICE) – Imagination and Creativity, Wellspring and springs of Education. The Institute of Education, National Sun Yaet-sen University, Kaohsiung Taiwan.
  27. Ganotice, F. A. (December 15-18, 2011). The group which I belong: Differentiating the facilitating conditions, sense of self, and achievement goals of public and private school students in the Philippines.  2011 Taiwan International Conference in Education (TICE) – Imagination and Creativity, Wellspring and springs of Education. The Institute of Education, National Sun Yaet-sen University, Kaohsiung Taiwan.
  28. Ganotice, F. A. (December 15-18, 2011). Exploring the personal investment and school achievement among adolescent high school students in the Philippines. 2011 Taiwan International Conference in Education (TICE) – Imagination and Creativity, Wellspring and Springs of Education. The Institute of Education, National Sun Yaet-sen University, Kaohsiung Taiwan.
  29. Ganotice, F. A., Lising, R. S., Nieva, A. (December 15-18, 2011). Do students’ achievement goals covary with the subjects? 2011 Taiwan International Conference in Education (TICE) – Imagination and Creativity, Wellspring and Springs of Education. The Institute of Education, National Sun Yaet-sen University, Kaohsiung Taiwan.
  30. Ganotice, F. A. (August 17-19, 2011). How different are the facilitating conditions, sense of self, and achievement goals of Filipino adolescent students in public and Private Schools in the Philippines. 48th Annual Conference of the Psychological Association of the Philippines (PAP). Iloilo Grand Hotel, Iloilo City.
  31. Ganotice, F. A (July, 28-31, 2011). Exploring the fit of serial and parallel models: An investigation from the lens of Personal Investment Theory. 9th Asian Association of Social Psychology (AASP). Kunming, China. 
  32. Ganotice, F. A. (October, 2-3, 2010). Personal investment and school achievement among adolescent students in public and private schools in the Philippines. ASEAN Regional Union of Psychological Societies (ARUPS) 3rd Congress 2010.  Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  33. King, R. B., Ganotice, F. A., Watkins, D. A., & Bernardo, A. B. (October, 2-3, 2010). Which goals are salient for Filipino and Hong Kong students’ learning outcomes? A causal dominance analysis. ASEAN Regional Union of Psychological Societies (ARUPS) 3rd Congress 2010. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  34. Ganotice, F. A. (August 18-20, 2010).Facilitating conditions, sense of self, achievement goals, and school achievement among adolescent students in the Philippines 2010 47th  Convention of Psychological Association of the Philippines (PAP).  Legend Hotel, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, Philippines.
  35. Ganotice, F. A., Lising, R. S., Nieva, A. (August 18-20, 2010). Students’ achievement goals, self-concept, self-efficacy and academic performance in major, basic, and institutional subjects. 2010 47th Convention of Psychological Association of the Philippines (PAP).  Legend Hotel, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, Philippines.
  36. Ganotice, F. A. (August 6-7, 2010). Facilitating conditions, sense of self, achievement goals, and school achievement among Adolescent Students in Public and Private Schools in the Philippines. 2nd National Conference on Educational Measurement and Evaluation (NCEME). CSB Hotel, College of Saint Benilde, Malate Manila.
  37. Ganotice, F. A., & Aton, P. A. (August 6-7, 2010). Development and validation of analytic scoring rubric for teaching demonstration. 2nd National Conference on Educational Measurement and Evaluation (NCEME). CSB Hotel, College of Saint Benilde, Malate Manila. 
  38. Ganotice, F. A. & Bernardo, A. B. (July 19-21, 2010). Validating the factors of the English and Filipino versions of the Sense of Self Scale. 7th Conference of the International Testing Commission (ITC). The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin Hong Kong.
  39. King, R. A., McIneney, D. A., Ganotice, F. A., & Watkins, D. (July 11-16, 2010). Profiling academically engaged and disengaged students using Personal Investment Theory. International Congress ofApplied Psychology2010 (ICAP 2010), Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. Melbourne, Australia
  40. Ganotice, F. A. (August 6-7, 2008). Confirmatory factor analyses of scores in Inventory of School Motivation (ISM), Sense of Self Scale, and Facilitating Conditions Questionnaire (FCQ): A study using Philippine sample. First National Conference on Educational Measurement and Evaluation (NCEME). CSB Hotel, College of Saint Benilde, Malate Manila.
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Chaired Symposia

  1. Ganotice, F. A. (July 22-24, 2014). Parallel session on Education and Psychology (speakers: Pei-Fen, W; Chan, Barbara, Meng-Chi Shih; Hoon Hong Ng; Ganotice, Fraide A. Yu-Kang Lee; Giuseppe, Galleta). International Symposium on Business and Social Sciences. Sapporo, Japan.
  2. Ganotice, F. A. (February 2014). Parallel session on Education and Psychology (speakers: Dr. Daisy Grace C. Antonio, Prof. Catalina Guro, Prof. Aileen C. Garcellano, Prof. Merlyn Echavez). Symposium conducted at the International Multi-Discipline Education and Development Conference 2014. Baguio City, Philippines.

Scholarship Received

  • Recipient of Commission on Higher Education (CHED), Faculty Development Program Scholarship (2007-2010)

Professional Service

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Contacts

Fraide A. Ganotice, Jr., Ph.D.
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