SAN FERNANDO CITY, La Union, May 23 (PIA) — A mass training for Grades one and Grade seven teachers from different schools under the Department of Education – Regional and Division offices will be conducted this month.
This will be held in different venues in preparation for an enhanced curriculum of K to 12 program implementation this year, according to DepEd K to 12 program coordinator – La Union Division Director Eddie Moyano.
Moyano said that the five-day training for Grade one teachers was conducted on May 17 to 21 at Narvacan Central National High School with 541 participants.
The training for Grade seven teachers, formerly considered or called freshman teachers was categorized by subject area, Moyano explained.
For the first batch of trainees for the said grade level, there were 75 English teachers who were trained on their specific field of specialization, 71 for Science subject and 65 for Math and it was conducted at the Saint Louis College (SLC) in Carlatan on May 14-18.
For the second batch of Grade seven teacher trainees, their training began since Monday, May 21 and will end on Friday, May 25 also at SLC. There were 77 participants for Filipino, 79 for Araling Panlipunan, and 71 for Edukasyong Pagpapakatao or Values Education.
Third batch of trainees will attend their training from May 28 until June 2, which will be for the Technical and Livelihood Education or TLE with 91 expected number of participants and 52 for MAPEH or the Music, Arts, Physical Education, and Health subject.
Moyano reminded that the kindergarten teachers were not included this year as they already underwent training last year.
The official also added that this training is an all-expense paid which means no training fees, free live-in accommodation, and transportation expenses were charged to local funding or within their respective divisions. (ANL/MPA-PIA 1, La Union)