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A "teaching the teachers" activity for the teaching staff of Batino SPED Center.
It is often said that a child learns better with a full stomach and so we have the Feeding Program for malnourished school kids in most public elementary schools. However, how well can a child learn, even on a full stomach, when their teachers themselves lack further developmental training?
It is for this purpose that in July 2016, the start of RY2016-2017, that the Rotary Club of Quezon City partnered with the Department of Education (DepEd) and the Prof. Narciso F. Mefragata of the Don Bosco Science and Technology Center for a 2-day training of the teachers of the Batino Elementary School SPED Center dubbed as INTERACTIVE TEACHING OF SCIENCE – an In-Service Training for Teachers (INSET). Science kits were given to all the 30 teacher participants for free that they could use in teaching their pupils the new Science teaching technics that were taught to them.
Community, Basic education and literacy
16 July 2016
18 July 2016
Quezon City, Luzon, Philippines (Rotary Club)
Miguel Remo Enriquez, Quezon City | contact
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