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by eSMO on 12 10th, 2009
 School of Education holds MTDC Symposium

School of Education holds MTDC Symposium

In celebration of the Education Day last December 3, 2009, the School of  Education headed by Dr. Lilia B. Uycoco held an Educational Symposium regarding guiding principles and Multi-Dimensional Teaching Career (MTDC) at the Alumni Hall.

Two well-respected personalities of this institution graced to lecture the students about the significance of guiding principles to the pre-service teachers and the importance of being proactive  career planner. Mrs Rambelle A. Flores, the guidance coordinator, discussed the guiding principles in teaching. She showed to the students a video presentation about two handicapped individuals dancing an interpretative dance. After that heart-warming performance, she asked the students the implication of the video to the future teachers. Finally,  she revealed the importance of the teachers in the growth and development of each individual and in touching their lives.

Mr. Samuel D. Mavida, Jr., the Head of the Human Resource Management and Development Office,  shared his knowledge about Multi- Dimensional Teaching Career. He tackled the three essential points about MTDC : Value-based,  Skill-Centered and A Pro- Active Career Plan. He stressed  that for future teachers to be pro-active, they should plan for their future and must persistently endure to achieve those plans.  He also tackled  the similarities of the Magna Carta in the Philippines and that of the United States.

At the end of the session, the pre-service teachers have learned a lot from the experience. “Now we know that we have to plan in order to be successful in the future,” said one of the education students in an interview with the Bonifacio Standard.

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