The Educator cops overall trophy in InkREADYbles 2014
The Educator staffers bagged the overall championship in the 2014 InkREADYbles, a journalism seminar-workshop co-sponsored by the University Supreme Student Council (USSC) and The CLSU Collegian on June 14-15, 2014 at the RET Amphitheater.
The workshop speakers and facilitators were editors from the CLSU Collegian followed by the writeshop in news, sports news, community development, editorial and feature. Best articles by the participants from the writeshop were selected.
It was participated by three (3) other college student publications. These are “The Mechanics” (College of Engineering), “The Splasher” (College of Fisheries) and “The Speculum” (College of Veterinary Science and Medicine).
The winners are:
Ms. Krizza Lubong
Individual Highest Pointer (Champion)
Champion, Editorial Writing-English
Champion, Sports Writing-Filipino
1st Runner-Up, News Writing-English
2nd Runner-Up, Feature Writing-English
Ms. Lovely Balancio
Individual Highest Pointer (2nd Runner-Up)
1st Runner-Up, News Writing-Filipino
1st Runner-Up, Community Development-Filipino
2nd Runner-Up, Feature Writing-Filipino
Mr. Mark Daniel Salvador
Champion, Feature Writing-English
1st Runner-Up, Community Development-English
Mr. George Kevin Tomas
Champion, Feature Writing-Filipino
Mr. Rojelito Sison
1st Runner-Up, Feature Writing-Filipino
2nd Runner-Up, Sports Writing-English
Mr. Francisco Alcala Jr.
2nd Runner-Up, News Writing-Filipino
2nd Runner-Up, Editorial...
Mr. Michael Delos Santos facilitates the brainstorming activity of Filipino teachers. (Photo from Ms. KMIleto)
CED trains grade 9 teachers
The College of Education hosted the mass training of grade 9 teachers on May 17 to 21, 2014.
394 Filipino and Araling Panlipunan (Social Studies) teachers from the divisions of Nueva Ecija, Cabanatuan, Gapan, Muñoz and San Jose attended the training.
The Filipino trainers were Mr. Alexander F. Angeles, Education Program Supervisor-Filipino; Mr. Reynaldo S. Reyes, Education Program Supervisor-Filipino; Mr. Romeo P. Lorido, Master Teacher I; and, Mr. Michael C. Delos Santos, Instructor III, CLSU Science High School.
Dr. Eva Fe F. Taclibon, Education Program Supervisor-Araling Panlipunan; Dr. Wilfredo R. Sison, Education Program Supervisor-Araling Panlipunan; Mr. Ronald G. Morla, Education Program Supervisor-Araling Panlipunan; Ms. Cristina S. Parungao, Secondary School Principal II; and Asst. Prof. Cleotilde M. Villanueva, CLSU College of Education were the Social Studies trainers.
This is the 3rd year that CLSU collaborated with the Department of Education and the Teacher Education Council to train teachers in the implementation of the K to 12 enhanced basic education curriculum.
Mr. Jonnie A. Payoyo (center) receives the Natatanging Anak ng Talavera Award from the local government officials of Talavera. (Photo from Mr. JAPayoyo)
CED alumnus receives Natatanging Anak ng Talavera award
Jonnie A. Payoyo, a Bachelor of Secondary Education graduate, was recognized as among the Natatanging Anak ng Talavera during the Gabi ng Parangal on May 13, 2014 at Talavera gymnasium.
The committee selected Payoyo for the award because of his outstanding service in youth leadership worth emulating by the citizens of Talavera. The citation reads as “bilang natatanging pagkilala sa kanyang ipinamalas na katangian at kagalingan sa larangan ng Kabataan: Sa Pamumuno.” (“…in recognition of his outstanding accomplishments as a youth leader.”)
The trophy was given by the local government officials of Talavera, headed by Mayor Nerivi Santos.
“I would like to thank the Lord, my family, GNO Church, my friends, the CED-SC, Wesleyan University-Philippines College of Arts and Sciences, and most of all, the CLSU College of Education which contributed much to molding me as an outstanding person, teacher and leader,” Payoyo said when asked who he would like to thank after receiving the award.
His message to CLSU, particularly CED students, is to be always connected to God and be prayerful. He also said that students should enjoy college life, be responsible and learn to trust one’s self.
Payoyo served as CED-SC President for two (2) terms. He completed his Bachelor of Secondary Education degree major in Filipino on November 2011.
He was also the recipient of The Outstanding Young Novo Ecijano (TOYNE) awarded by the Provincial Youth Development Council of Nueva Ecija on September 2, 2013 and the Ten Outstanding Young Men-Nueva Ecija (TOYM-NE) on June 12, 2013.
One of the participants presenting the qualities of the 21st century educator. Mr. Joel Torres facilitates the discussion. (Photo by Dr. RGGaboy)
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 public 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 are: (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.