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Three faculty members of CED attended the 2nd Workshop on Telecollaboration and Project-based Learning to Reorient Teacher Education towards Education for All (EFA) and Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) on October 2-4, 2013 in Holiday Inn, Bangkok, Thailand.

            Dr. Rhodora Dela Rosa, CED dean, together with Assoc. Prof. Vilma Salas and Ms. Maria Francesca Coreen Frias presented their collaborated outputs along with participants from the Southeast Asia in the November 2012 workshop.

           The seminar aimed to enhance the capacity of teachers who play a major role in transmitting knowledge, values and principles and skills to their students. One component of the project is to assist teacher educators and teachers to integrate inclusive education, and ESD concepts and contents into their curriculum and teaching materials.

            “The training further oriented us on the nature of telecollaboration. The identification of theme, methodologies, pedagogies, tools, software, communication media, as well as the roles and responsibilities, timeframe, resources needed and expected outcomes are just some of the salient areas that we discussed in details,” said Assoc. Prof. Salas.

           She also said that the learning they gained from the training will be of great help to the nature of teaching Educational Technology and information and communications technology (ICT) in the college. (Krizza S. Lubong, The Educator; Photo Credit: Assoc. Prof. VM Salas)

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The workshop speakers and facilitators were edito...

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The Filipino trainers w...

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There were 35 teacher-participants from various public elementary schools across the munici...

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