Sinaya: A Philippine Journal for Senior High School Teachers and Students

Early View

Sinaya Journal advocates timely publication of original research projects from senior high school teachers and students. It publishes accepted, peer-reviewed, and copyedited manuscripts ahead of the intended volume and issue to ensure immediate publication.

A Response to Fallis: Does Lying Require the Intent to Deceive?
(Bagalay, Ignacio, and Dacela)

Awareness of Senior High School Students on Digital Literacy Skills: A Qualitative Study
(Delima, Mamaril, Javier, Dela Peña, Soriano, and Ladjammah)

Difference on the Level of Customer Satisfaction Among Private Senior High School Students in CALABARZON Before and After Putting a Price Discount Label on Binahiga’s Packaging
(Dinglasan, Latina, Perez, and Mendoza)

Effects of Nutritional Marketing to CALABARZON Private Senior High School Students’ Buying Attitude toward K19ookies
(Brosoto, Coronacion, Laboriante, Tobias, and Mendoza)

A Comparative Study on the Effects of Eggshell Tea Fertilizer on Capsicum annum (Bell Peper)
(Argonza, De Chavez, Supan, and Cabral)

Percolation-Modeling Comparison Between the Conductivities of Zinc-Graphene Quantum Dot Nanocomposite and Graphite During Extracellular Electron Transfer in Microbial Fuel Cell Electrodes
(Biscocho, Almazan, Emralino, and Manglicmot)

ASPIRE: Activity Safety Planning and Inspection Risk Estimator for COVID-19
(Aguares, Gabor, Lee, Padillon, and Chu)

Assessment of the Feasibility of Permeable Pavement for Sustainable Stormwater Management Using SWMM
(Castro, Castillo, Timario, Go, and Redillas)

Systematic Literature Review of Diffusion Coefficient Studies for Pharmaceutically-Active Compounds
(Gonzales, Luzano, Unabia, Vasco, and Soriano)

Antibacterial Solution Using Cinnamomum verum (Cinnamon) and Cymbopogon citratus (Lemongrass) Essential Oils with Hydrogen Peroxide Against Staphylococcus aureus and Escherichia coli
(Montañer, Abes, Casa, Herrera, Manaloto, Navarro, Pabilonia, Paladin, Peña, Ojeda, Ferran, and Cariaga)

Bio-based Fire Retardant for Coco Lumber using Aloe barbadensis miller (Aloe Vera), Mangifera indica (Mango), or Persea americana (Avocado) and Boron Additives
(Mallillin, Bolivar, De Castro, Kim, Sanchez, Singian, Santos, Valle, Calamlam, and Gamboa)