CEDSC is 2014 Best Student Council
CEDSC receiving the Best Student Council Award from Dr. Tereso Abella, VPAA; Dr. Elizabeth Suba, Dean of Students; Engr. Adorable Pineda, one of the judges; and, Mr. Devin Carl Sagun, USSC Chair. Photo from DC Sagun/USSC. CEDSC is 2014 Best Student Council The College of Education Student Council is this year’s Best Student Council during the Liderato Awards held on April 10 at the RET Cafeteria. The College of Engineering Student Council and the College of Business Administration and Accountancy Student Council won the 2nd and 3rd best student councils, respectively. CEDSC also won the Most Promising Activity award for the DALISAY Project 2013. Dalisay Project is composed of the room cleaning combat (RCC), student empowerment seminar (SES) and leadership and enhancement training (LET). These activities aim to apply the leadership skills of CED students, promote gender sensitivity and expose students in the rudiments of leadership, volunteerism and effective organizational management. Mark Gill Mercado, CEDSC president, was awarded as the Lider Estudyante ng Taon. Mark Gill Mercado receives his student leader of the year award. (In the photo L-R: Dr. Elizabeth Suba, Dean of Students; Dr. Tereso Abella, VPAA; Mr. Mark Gill Mercado, CEDSC President; Engr. Adorable Pineda, member of the board of judges; and, Mr. Devin Carl Sagun, USSC Chair) Photo from DC Sagun/USSC. Mercado is a BEED student graduating as cum laude. He has been elected in the student council since his sophomore years. He is also the cartoonist of The Educator, the official student publication of the college. He is the lead organizer of the organization GENESIS, General Educators for Social Interaction-Society. The other members of the student...
Cawagas tops CED Graduating Class of 2014
Cawagas tops CED Graduating Class of 2014 Jorem Jordan Mariano Cawagas, Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Mathematics leads this year’s CED Graduating Class in the Annual Commencement Exercises on April 11, 2014. “To graduate in CLSU is one of my greatest achievements in life because I know, and I`m confident to say that I`ve learned so many things which contributed a lot in my personal and professional growth,” said Cawagas. “I`m most grateful to the persons who contributed a lot to this success. Such recognition is just a consolation and what really matters most is the extraordinary learning and amazing experiences that CLSU had given us.” Cawagas will graduate as cum laude obtaining a grade point average of 1.59. Other honor graduates are Pauline Gladys Valdez, BSED-English (1.62); Cindy Ballares, BSED-English (1.64); Liezel Macaranas, BSED-Biological Science (1.64); Sunshine Gonzales, BSED-English (1.65); Rona Catubig, BSED-English (1.66); Mark Gill Mercado, BEED-Content Areas (1.69); Marie Joy Gonzales, BSED-English (1.72); Andrew Calso, BSED-Physical Science (1.73); Vanezza Isidro, BSAEXED (1.74); and, Ma. Angela Yagin, BSED-English (1.75). Special awardees include Christwell Tualla, BSED-TLE and Mandy Valdez, BSED-MAPEH receiving the University’s Athletic Award; and, Andrew Calso, BSED-Physical Science, will receive this year’s Cultural Award. 355 students will graduate in the annual graduation exercises comprised of two (2) Doctor of Philosophy, four (4) Master of Science, 52 Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Extension Education, 100 Bachelor of Elementary Education and 197 Bachelor of Secondary Education. The theme of the annual graduation ceremonies is “Upholding Excellence and Relevance Amidst...
CED trains elementary teachers in Pantabangan
Mr. Joel Torres, CED Training Coordinator, listens as one of the teacher-participants shares her group`s output during the workshop. Photo by Dr. RG Gaboy. CED trains elementary teachers in Pantabangan A training of elementary school teachers in Pantabangan, Nueva Ecija was conducted by the College of Education in collaboration with First Gen Hydro Electric Power Corporation on April 3-4, 2014. There were 35 teacher-participants from various elementary schools across the municipality of Pantabangan. With the aim of equipping teachers of updated knowledge and skills on the changing trends in education, the training revolved in four (4) main topics. These were: (1) Dissecting the K to 12 Framework: Historical and Legal Basis; (2) Localization of Instructional Materials: Preparation and Presentation; (3) Capacity Building for K to 12 Teachers: Designing a Classroom that is Responsive to Multiculturalism; and, (4) Curriculum Change: Implication for Teacher`s Professional Development. The training team was headed by the College Training Coordinator, Mr. Joel M. Torres. He was assisted by Dr. Regidor G. Gaboy, Mr. Verjun J. Dilla and Mr. Michael Delos Santos. (FAB Mendoza)
CED Go Green Community kicks off
Teachers and students set up the bottle receptacles for organic vegetable farming in Barangay Linglingay. Photo from Assoc. Prof. VM Salas/ CED Archives CED Go Green Community kicks off The Go Green Community project of the College of Education was launched on March 22, 2014 in Barangay Linglingay, Science City of Muñoz. This project aims to reduce waste by recycling plastic bottles into organic vegetable farming receptacles thereby promoting sustainable development. A survey was conducted by Social Studies students under Asst. Prof. Cleotilde Villanueva to assess the waste management concerns and immediate needs of the community. The activity was attended by Dean Rhodora Dela Rosa, Brgy. Chairperson Rene Ibarra, Assoc. Prof. Vilma Salas, Asst. Prof. Cleotilde Villanueva, Ms. Coreen Frias, Ms. Hiyasmin Malicdem, Mr. Jonathan Carrasco, Mr. Raffy Fajanela, CED Student Council and commnity leaders and citizens of Linglingay. (FAB Mendoza) Handing over the vegetable seedlings to the community leaders. Photo from Ms. MFC Frias / CED Archives   Setting up the bottle receptacles. Photo from Ms. MFC Frias / CED Archives

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