MSU-IIT, College of Education receives PhP 120,00 grant from Intel Philippines under Intel Education Program during the first Intel Teach Preservice Conference last February 12, 2009 in Bohol. This was awarded in appreciation for the college’s engagement in fostering an enabling environment for the Intel Teach Community of Learning in the region. This amount is to be spent for capacity building initiatives of the college according to CED dean Lydie D. Paderanga, Ph.D.
|ICT team presenters at Intel Teach National Preservice Conference|
At the conference Dr. Paderanga was a plenary speaker. She shared the college’s experience in implementing technology-based components (Ed Tech 1 and Ed Tech 2) of the 2005 New Teacher Education Curriculum. She discussed the aspects of curriculum restructuring, faculty development/empowerment, research, monitoring and evaluation, and maintaining sustainability of the ICT for education programs of the college. She spelled out how Intel Teach courses and Web Enhanced Learning Activities (WELA) course were integrated to achieve optimum results for these ICT-based courses.
The dean also brought with her the ICT team who were parallel session speakers, poster presenters and facilitators for the following topics: Community of Learning Initiatives : Outcomes and Prospects by Amelia T. Buan, Preservice and Inservice Teacher Partnership: Towards Quality Technology Integration in in Basic Education by Dr. Myrna E. Lahoylahoy and Amelia T. Buan, College of Education MSU-IIT Exemplary Models in Capacity Building as National Training Center by Rhea D. Febro and Shelanee Theresa P. Peralta, Leveraging Partnership with Global ICT Pedagogy Integration: College of Education MSU-IIT Experience by Dr. Rizalina G. Gomez, Poster Presentation : College of Education MSU-IIT ICT Initiatives by Joy R. Magsayo. Former CED faculty Dr. Sonia M. Alensub was especially invited to facilitate a parallel session during the conference.
The conferece was well participated by faculty members of various Teacher Education Institutions in the Philippines.
College of Education has been integrating Intel Teach Essentials course into the Educational Technology curriculum since year 2004. This Essentials course teaches preservice students to integrate ICT into the lesson. There are two recent addition of the Intel Teach program, the Intel Teach Getting Started and courses that is integrated into the Ed Tech 1 subject and Skills for Success integrated into the Teaching Strategies subject intended for the BSE Technolology and Livelihood Education (TLE) major students.
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