La Trinidad high school equips teachers in INSET

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LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – The Eastern La Trinidad National High School (ELTNHS) of Beckel, continuously conducted its teachers In Service Training (INSET) on Capacity Building on Module Development, School Based Management and Stress Management through Technical Life Skills Buildup from March 15 to 17.

The content of the training workshop, held at the ELTNHS HE Room, was based on the teachers Individual Performance Commitment and Review Forms (IPCRF) for the SY 2020 – 2021 which was collected from teachers to enhance their information and communications technology skills necessary for distance learning and demonstrating ability “beyond the box” for improving personal productivity to create higher value and result.

Speakers were Rosemarie G. Alveraz who talked on School Based Management; Phoebe Shane T. Wacnag and Vivian E. Butz on Video Module Development; and Luisa Lipawen, Braises Lorenzo Larry D. Camsit and Chelsea M. Dumlao on Stress Management through Technical Life Skills Buildup, all teachers from the said school.

Thirty-one teachers and non-teaching personnel participated in the face-to-face workshop facilitated by Geraldine O. Martin, Phoebe Shane T. Wacnag, Chelsea M. Dumlao, Aira A. Lachica, Alice D. Sotel, Vina Marie Q. Pangcawey and Eleanor A. Antonio.

“We need more of these kinds of trainings to divert us from our regular module paper works. Thank you for the lessons learned about our school management, module development and especially our activities on stress management. Our technical skills build-up activity indeed empowers us women teachers. I also enjoyed the teamwork, camaraderie and socialization of my co- teachers,” said Phoebe Shane Wacnag, Physical Education teacher of the school.

The participants were to have achieved the following after the workshop: recognize module development, school based management and technical life skills development; enhance skills on module development, school based management and technical life skills development; and develop an appreciation of the importance of module development, school based management and technical life skills development.

INSET is the annual learning and development activity for teachers and staff to help them update their knowledge, skills and competencies more importantly on Information and Communications Technology Services topics needed this year of distance learning methodology of teaching. By  OSCAR D. BANGLOT JR

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