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)
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