Dr. Jose Fadul received his Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from the University of the Philippines in 1999, and is currently a Full Professor of De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde.

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Publications:
The Learning-Centered Paradigm: Synthesis of the Curriculum-Centered and Learner-Centered Paradigms

The curriculum-centered paradigm has John Locke and Skinner as roots. Then came the learner-centered paradigm, diametrically opposed to the former. Both are one-dimensional and limited. This paper proposes a synthesis.

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Mathematical Formulations of Learning: Based on Ten Learning Principles

Ten principles interrelating learning with perception, intelligence, personality, and culture are discussed in terms of differential equations, while learning theories are reviewed with latest findings in neurology.

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Resonant Teaching: Prolonging the Half-Life of the Learning Process

Under the guidance of an emotionally intelligent teacher, students feel a mutual comfort level: sharing ideas, learning from one another, and making decisions collaboratively.

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The Development of the Concept of Death in Children: New Insights to Children’s Learning Process

Responses of very young children to questions on death reversibility and non-functionality often begin similar to adults' but change at a certain age, apparently losing old ideas and testing possibilities.

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Collective Learning: Applying Distributed Cognition for Collective Intelligence

Collective learning proposes that human knowledge and cognition are not confined to nor uniformly learned by individuals, but is distributed by placing tags and versions on individuals, tools, and objects.

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