MPSPC, Bontoc LGU conduct capability training for CDWs

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BONTOC- Mountain Province State Polytechnic College, in partnership with Bontoc   Local   Government   Unit-   Department   of   Social   Works   and Development conducted capability building for Child Development Workers at Camp Lt. Geronimo F. Montes, this municipality.

Held from May 20-24, a total of 29 CDWs participated from the different Day Care centers of the municipality. A Memorandum of Agreement was signed by Bontoc Mayor Franklin C. Odsey   with   the   college   president’s representative Mr. Dexter Lingbanan for the formal opening of the project witnessed by Vice President for Research and Extension Dr. Annie Grail F. Ekid, Executive Dean for Bontoc Campus Dr. Christie Lynne C. Codod, and Ms. Fe K. Toyokan from the LGU-DSWD.

As   disclosed   by   MPSPC   Vice   President   for   Research   Development   and Extension Dr. Annie Grail F. Ekid, the Teacher Education extension training program aims to improve and advance the skills and competencies of the CDWs in Bontoc to enable them in delivering more efficient and worthwhile outputs in fulfilling their roles.

“The College through its extension programs is trying to reconnect to the community. We hope that this will be the start where the College will be networking with our day care workers,” she added.

Bontoc Mayor Franklin D. Odsey underscored that the early child development is the   basic   foundation   of   education.   He   further   said   that values formation starts  at  a young age thus, the   role  of  CDWs   are   very important.

Executive Dean for Bontoc Campus Dr. Christie Lynne C. Codod used the acronym L.E.A.R.N. to conclude the activity.

“L   is   for   leadership as this activity has come to its realization by the initiatives   and   support of both the College and  Bontoc- LGU. E is for effective and efficient   speakers   for   imparting their knowledge, skills and talents. A stands for active participation on the part of the participants. R means ready to face a new year in molding our children. And N for network- extension, which is one of the programs of the College,” she explained.

Teacher Education faculty members of the College gave the lectures, workshops and activities including the topics on; Introduction of roles as Day care   Workers,   Creating   Proles of Children and Designing Objectives, Understanding Children’s Development and Learning, Designing Curriculum and Dealing with Issues and Concerns in their field.

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