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LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – Pastor Dunsey Laduan was one of the speakers during the three-days Eastern La Trinidad National High School (ELTNHS) In-Service Training (INSET) on “Managing holistic wellness amidst pandemic” on December 17.
Pastor Laduan shared on the topic of psychological first aid topic on second day of the activity attended by 24 faculty and staff scheduled December 16 to 18 at the ELTNHS headed by the school head Sonia Jovelyn A. Sab-it.
The seminar, entitled “Capability building seminar on psycho-social awareness, implementation of the open education resources as platform on the delivery of most essential learning competencies (MELCS) and development of learning and assessment interventions,” aimed at dealing with the pandemic challenges in education
“He shared the three important things on having holistic wellness, especially in these times of crisis – the Mental Health, Relational Health and Vocational Health. Thank you Pastor for the sharing, we are grateful to meet you,” said Mrs. Geraldine Martin, a teacher participant, when interviewed.
“I am reminded from Pastor that a teacher with a healthy mind, body and spirit produces a healthy and happy community. His sharing was very helpful and informative,” said Mrs. Luisa Lipawen, also teacher participant.
Laduan is from Wesleyan Church of Loacan, Baguio City invited by Aira Lachica, teacher at ELTNHS.
Pastor Anthony Densing Lorenzo also talked during the first day of the INSET on Mental Health.
Based on the Department of Education school calendar for the School Year (SY) 2020-2021, the annual INSET week is scheduled December 14 to 19 as December 12 was the last day for the students for the first grading period or first quarter.
INSET as DepEd said is an annual learning and development activity for teachers and staff to help them update their knowledge, skills and competencies.
By AIRA S. LACHICA