remigio.db@pnu.edu.ph

DONNA B. REMIGIO, MAEd, is a faculty member of Philippine Normal University North Luzon from 2001 to present. She presently heads the Publications and Materials Development Office of the University. She also served various posts as Focal Person of PNUNL Education and Pedagogy Unit and Director of the Center of Indigenous Peoples Education Hub where she coordinated various programs and activities in the field of indigenous researches, extension works, and conferences and seminars in indigenous education.

Prof. Remigio is a Regional Topnotcher in the Licensure Examination for Teachers-Elementary/BEEd (2001) and a Regional Winner for the Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines-Region 02. During her student days, she was a consistent academic excellence awardee where she graduated Valedictorian both in elementary and secondary levels and topped her Class in 2001 in PNU North Luzon as Magna Cum Laude. She holds degrees in Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEEd), Bachelor of Laws and Letters (LLB) and Master of Arts in Education (MAEd) with specialization in Educational Management. She is currently working on her dissertation in cultural competence education curriculum framework for teachers for her PhD in Curriculum and Instruction at Philippine Normal University Manila through a Research Capability Building Scholarship Program, a customized scholarship program for PNU faculty members.

She is an international research presenter and a finalist to the Best Research Award in the International Research Conference in Higher Education in 2015. She is also an accredited National Trainer of the GenEd Curriculum spearheaded by the Commission on Higher Education. Further, she conducts researches with special topic interests like indigenous education, multicultural education, special education, and curriculum and pedagogy. She conducts LET Review and serves as Resource Speaker in various topics in Education and Laws and Current Issues. She also spearheads community works for children and women upholding their rights and welfare that made her bagged the Most Outstanding Citizen award in her hometown, San Mateo, Isabela. She hopes to be a catalyst of change by helping the academe produce teachers who can perform with wisdom, competence and integrity in a culturally diverse student profile like the Philippines.