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Monday, March 27, 2017


Professor Fe Jocelyn Dioquino

I am Fe Jocelyn G. Dioquino, presently a professor of Preschool Education at Assumption San Lorenzo, Makati Philippines. I am also a faculty of Roosevelt -FEU Sumulong Graduate School of Education, Early Grades. I am currently enrolled in Educational Leadership and Management, PhD at De La Salle University, Manila. At the same time, a practicing Educational Therapist in Manila, Philippines.

Professor Dary Dacanay
Vice-President For Academics
Domains of expertise
Higher Education
Pedagogies / Assessment / Curriculum
Teacher's Training and Management

Centres of interest
Special Needs and Education
The future of higher education

Currently the Vice-President for Academics of St. Patrick School of Quezon City in the Philippines. He has over 15 years of experience in the field of Curriculum Development, Leader and Management Operations system and Instructional Development. He was a former Curriculum Officer at De La Salle - College of Saint Benilde, Philippines handling the Curriculum Direction and Planning. A former professor of Ateneo De Manila University, Loyola School- Humanities and Saint Paul University - Manila (Graduate School). Dary has presented and published various research in the field of Curriculum Management, Instructional Methodologies and Pedagogy internationally (Korea, Japan, Malaysia, Hong-Kong and Indonesia). He is currently a graduate school professor at the FEU-Roosevelt College.
xMr. Marko Kasic
Founder and CEO
Domains of expertise
Education in Conflicts & Crisis Contexts
Social Entrepreneurship

Centres of interest
Links between education & the workforce / The skills gap
Soft skills

Marko is the Founder of FundLife International, an innovative and dynamic non-for-profit, working to make a disruptive dent in the way we tackle education and intergenerational poverty. FundLife's main office is in the Philippines, with projects across three continents. FundLife use play as a tool for learning and for changing expectations of lives of severely disadvantaged children. The model has been recognised globally through several awards for pioneering behavioural change models, while in the Philippines, they work within the public school system to ensure sustainable and locally driven impact. Working within a development framework, FundLife also supports business partners to align their core business activities through education-led community investment models that deliver social, human and business returns.

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