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Sunday, January 29, 2012

3-Day INSET for Cubay Elementary School

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In-Service Training for Cubay Elementary School, Division of La Carlota City led by their School Principal Gil Camporazo was conducted at the school's Learning Resource Center (LRC) on October 25 to 27, 2011.



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Day 1 - The teachers revisited their school's vision and mission. They wanted them to be simplified for easy to recall among the pupils, the parents, the community and even for themselves. SBM best practices were discussed in the afternoon session with the presence of SGC and PTA officers.



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Day 2 - The teachers tackled the topic on diversity of learners, prepared an action plan on how to handle them and every grade leader reported their outputs.

Mr. Gil Camporazo, the school principal shared his thoughts on what a teacher is to his 13 teachers. A teacher is the influential individual in bringing up a learned child. There are variety of teaching strategies for there are also diversity of learners.



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Day 3 - Every teacher made his/her own instructional material and presented its usage, its handiness, durability, and effectiveness in teaching pupils to learn. The school principal, Mr. Gil Camporazo appreciated the teachers from their resourcefulness, ingenuity and productivity in coming up with their visual aids.

22 comments:

  1. It is really commendable that teachers go the extra mile to continue learning.Kaya lang it's a pity that they are still one of the most underpaid professionals (especially public school teachers.

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  2. Teachers should never stop learning. No one should. It's a good thing they were able to revisit things and relearn. We all need to remember basic things as we tend to forget them at times.

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  3. Teaching is touching lives. Many teachers spend their time for the school and to their students. It is truly a vocation, vocation to help and transform the lives of the students. Thanks for this blog.

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  4. Made me miss teaching also known as the most noble profession. Thus, the need have a deeper understanding in such is a must. Glad to know /read on seminars and training about it.

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  5. Teachers have always been my inspiration, more so when they do an extra mile to reach out communities where they could be of profound help. I was a teacher before and I know that it is not just a profession, it is a vocation that completes life. I still dream to go back teaching in the future.
    Well done to all the teachers and keep that patience.

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  6. Great job Teachers, never stop learning...keep up the good work...

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  7. Teachers in the Philippines are worth commending with all the works they have to do in school and all other seminars that they have to attend just so to keep up with the changing learning conditions and all other extra jobs as mothers/fathers of the children, nannies, trainers,disciplinarian and all. I just hope that TEACHERS will be given the compensation they deserve to have. By then, I may consider going home and work as a teacher again.

    I miss having this kind of trainings though similar to the yearly journalism workshops I used to attend.

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  8. I salute all teachers their jobs are not really easy, I honestly can't do it, they can do multitask

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  9. kudos to the school principal Mr Gil Camporazo for taking the lead and the initiative on making the teachers do better on their jobs.

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  10. kudos to all the teachers; they are very creative to share knowledge to their students. Very Matiyaga, and works with extra mile :)

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  11. This is very important to educators. It's like a refresher course and they can also validate if the teaching techniques will work for their students. Keep it up, Cubay Elementary School! :)

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  12. "A very wise old teacher once said: "I consider a day's teaching wasted if we do not all have one hearty laugh." He meant that when people laugh together, they cease to be young and old, master and pupils, jailer and prisoners. They become a single group of human beings enjoying its existence." -- Gilbert Highet

    I can see from the pictures that the teachers really enjoyed the 3 day INSET seminar lead by school principal Gil Camporazo.

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  13. Pinoy teachers are really commendable for their hardwork..
    As a proof of that is how they prepare for their classes like lesson plans.. It's really in Pinoy's heart to give everything that they can.
    How can I say this???
    I'd live with a teacher all my life!

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  14. Thank you so much for training more and sacrificing a lot for the benefit of the kids despite your meager income. What you are doing is really commendable. We are all so proud of you. hooray to all teachers! You are the real heroes! ;)

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  15. Kudos to our unsung heroes. I miss my Ma'am and sir.

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  16. I think teachers and staff should have a break from teaching. 3 days of training is fun especially it's part of their job. They need to learn and improve their teaching custom. Now, that kids are very clever they should have new style and techniques to practice. It seems everyone having a great time. -Jenny O'Toole

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  17. This effort should be practiced by many teachers by heart, not only perfunctory to the positions they so held. I salute those who strive everyday to make the lives of their pupils way better than yesterday and those who don't, may you find the light at the end of the tunnel because you might, as I often say in my class in DLSU, "lost at the wilderness"

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  18. nakakarelate aq sa INSEt na to my wife is always busy khit wlang pasok kc inset dw jejeje

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  19. I do believe that you're enjoying your profession. ;)

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  20. You are truly an exceptional leader Sir. Your teachers are lucky to be under your wings. Teaching is a never ending learning too.

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    1. Thanks Julie for such praise. You're absolutely right. As long as you're teaching, learning is never-ending process. That's the meat of teaching!

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  21. Your elementary school seems to be very organized! It really deserves an award!! =)

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