DPRE holds seminar-workshop on Multi-grade Teaching

The Department of Professional Education (DPRE), of the College of Education successfully held the first of a kind seminar-workshop on Current Issues and Trends in Education (CITE): Indigenous People in Multigrade Classroom, on August 15-16, 2009 at CED Amphitheater. The said activity, which focused on the theme: Indigenous People’s Enhancement through Culturally Responsive Teaching, served as an orientation and preparatory endeavor for the noblest profession that the students will soon practice.

Ms. Anecita B. Jao and Mr. Ernesto G. Perez, principals of Amado M. Pitogo Memorial School and SPED Center, Iligan City, respectively, made the said undertaking possible by sharing their experience and expertise as resources speakers.

dpre seminar-workshop on multi-grade teaching

Through this activity, the students were enlightened about the advantages and vast challenges in multigrade teaching as well as the strategies that they are going to employ in order to address the various needs of the pupils and to ensure quality and effective instruction.

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