WORKSHOP ON TECH BOOSTER FOR K-12 SCIENCE EXPERIMENT

The Data Science and Technology Corporation-Phils. will hold the Workshop on Tech Booster for K-12 Science Experiment on June 15, 2012 at the Sapphire Ballroom of Gateway Suites, 4th Level Gateway Mall, Araneta Center, Cubao, Quezon City.
This activity will showcase the K-12 Science experiments lecture and demonstration by the CEO and founder of Globisens and inventor of Science Labdisc, Mr. Dovi Bruker from Israel.


The target participants to this activity are Science teachers, Science coordinators, school administrators. The participants must bring a school identification card (I.D.) as proof to avail of the workshop for free.

For registration, participants can visit the website at www.dstc.com.ph and register on line or e-mail at jb_legaspi@genetic.edu.ph.

For more information, interested individual may contact:
Data Science and Technology Corporation, Phils.
Unit 307 The Bonaventure Plaza
Greenhills, Ortigas Avenue
San Juan City
Telephone Nos.: (02) 661-8886; (02) 722-0549
Fax No.: (02) 661-8818
E-mail Address: marketing@genetic.edu.ph
Website Address: www.genetic.edu.ph
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Mother Tongue Instruction

The use of Mother Tongue as instruction and mandated by DedEp to apply starting this school year is taking negative and positive reactions from many. As teachers, there is a need for them to have the expertise in delivering the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to their students. Teachers have attended seminars and conferences in preparations for this new program, however, it could be seen that our schools have limited materials to use effective teaching and learning do not only require teachers and program but instructional material in the mother tongue language. Since this program is still a neophyte, let us hope that learning and teaching materials will be provided to our schools and ultimately bring effective results by increasing the level of proficiency and achievements of Filipinos making them better citizen and be globally competitive.

Merly V. Olis

Mother Tongue Instruction

The use of Mother Tongue as instruction and mandated by DedEp to apply starting this school year is taking negative and positive reactions from many. As teachers, there is a need for them to have the expertise in delivering the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to their students. Teachers have attended seminars and conferences in preparations for this new program, however, it could be seen that our schools have limited materials to use effective teaching and learning do not only require teachers and program but instructional material in the mother tongue language. Since this program is still a neophyte, let us hope that learning and teaching materials will be provided to our schools and ultimately bring effective results by increasing the level of proficiency and achievements of Filipinos making them better citizen and be globally competitive.