CED Rondalla performs in Paco Park
The CLSU College of Education Rondalla performed in the Paco Park Presents in Manila on March 7, 2014.
The group performed a dozen of renditions of Filipino folk and classics like Gaano ko Ikaw Kamahal (E. Cuenco), Walang Hanggang Paalam (J. Ayala), Tanging Yaman, and Sarung Banggui (arr. R. Calubayan).
CED Rondalla is a brainchild of secondary education-MAPEH major students and was born on August 2013. Since then the group has been invited to various events inside and outside CLSU.
CED Rondalla is under the baton of Ms. Vanielyn Colobong-Comandante.
The members are: Banduria 1: Christine Joy Gabriel, Ron Jovil Espejo; Fredan Timoteo; Froilan Labrado and Kristina Joy Martin;
Banduria 2: Krissy Gay Mojado, Divine Balunes, Ma. Elisa Vista; Jovelyn Tinio, and Gillier Abejoro;
Octavina: Bryle Bryan Balbin, Razeline Lapaz, Liezel Lemon, Angelo Sawit ,and Katherine Tomas (guest);
Guitar: Emmythel Arenas, Sarah Mae Angeles, Clyde Cunanan, Eugenio Alcanzare (guest) and Ephraim Carlo Santos (guest);
Bass: Bernadeth delos Reyes; and, Percussion: Christian Elvin Domingo (guest).
The event is a public service project by the Department of Tourism and National Parks Development Committee. Paco Park Presents invites performing arts groups to perform for a live audience and telecast in Channel 4.
(FAB Mendoza; Photo Credit: CED Rondalla)
Maestro Singers holds Choral Workshop-Concert
The CLSU Maestro Singers held a choral workshop-concert entitled “Sing Novo Ecijanos Choral Workshop” on February 28, 2014 at the CED Tan Hall.
The workshop aimed to bring together choir enthusiasts and to equip choral trainers and groups with the necessary skills on choral conducting and choral singing.
Six choral groups participated in the event, namely San Jose West Teachers’ Choir, San Jose East Teachers’ Choir, Constancio Padilla National High School Choir, Muñoz National High School Choir, Hiyas Choir, and Camp Tinio National High School Voices.
This is part of the CLSU Maestro Singers’ 15th year anniversary celebration.
(FABMendoza; Photo Credit: CLSU Maestro Singers)
CED graduates pass Licensure Exam for Teachers
48 BEED and 72 BSED graduates passed the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) administered by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) on January 26, 2014.
CLSU posted 60.00% passing percentage in the elementary level and 35.82% in the secondary level. The national passing percentages are 28.98% and 28.41% in the elementary and secondary levels, respectively.
According to the PRC website registration of new professional teachers will commence on April 7, 2014 in the National Capital Region.
The date and venue of the oath taking ceremonies of successful examinees will be announced by the PRC later.
7 students complete student teaching in Thailand
Seven BSED-English student teachers completed their student teaching program in Thailand last February 20.
They were assigned in two universities, namely Rajamangala University of Technology-Lanna (RMUTL) in northern Thailand and Rajamangala University of Technology-Srivijaya (RMTSv) in the southern region.
Sunshine Gonzales and Lizette Alysa Valino were assigned in RMUTL, Chiang Rai Campus and Gladys Mae Ruben and Maria Angela Yagin in RMUTL, Tak Campus.
Assigned in RMUTSv, Songkhla Campus were Cindy Ballares and Mariejoy Gonzales and RMUTSv Nakhon Sri Thammarat Campus was Pauline Gladys Valdez.
Aside from teaching English classes, they also participated in cultural and co-curricular activities in the school.
Dr. Rhodora Dela Rosa, CED Dean conducted the final teaching observation on February 16 to 21. (FABMendoza; Photo Credit: C Ballares, S Gonzales, G Ruben, P Valdez)