Dr. Caroline deLeon,Philippines
Dr. Caroline deLeon has a Master of Arts degree in Education major in Counseling and a Ph. D. in Child and Family Studies, and currently a professor at Miriam College, Philippines, where she teaches Family Theories, Research Methods, and Advanced Educational Psychology. She is also a faculty member at the Recoletos School of Theology of the Order of Augustinian Recollects. She has done research on family resilience, self-efficacy and family functioning of college students, and young adults’ metaphors of family, she was chairperson of the graduate school Counseling program and the Child and Family Studies program of MiriamCollege. She also served as Dean of the College of Education for five years in the same institution.
Dr. deLeon is a board member of the Asia Pacific Network for International Education and Values Education (APNIEVE-Philippines), a UNESCO-affiliated non-profit organization committed to the promotion of education for peace, human rights, democracy, and sustainable development through networking, teacher training and preparation of teaching-learning materials. She has written learning modules for the teacher sourcebook, Learning to Know for a Peaceful and Sustainable Future and has conducted teacher-training on workshops on values integration across disciplines for both public and private school teachers and administrators throughout the Philippines, as well as from the Asia-Pacific Region. Dr. deLeon has more than 20 years of experience in conducting seminars for parents, teachers, and religious communities on family issues, parenting, and values education.