Cagayan State University

CSU conducts seminar-workshop on outcomes-based gender sensitive curriculum

By Isaias Quilang and Jovilyn Mamauag

Posted on March 25, 2015

The Andrews Gender and Development (GAD) Office in coordination with the University GAD Office started conducting series of seminar-workshop on outcomes-based and gender oriented curriculum with the faculty members of Andrews Campus.

With the theme Gender Sensitivity in Lifelong Learning, the seminar-workshops held at the Andrews Amphitheater enabled teachers to come up with syllabi responsive to the learning needs of the students and with the integration of gender-related topics and activities in teaching.

The first batch of seminar-workshop was conducted with all the regular and part-time faculty members of the College of Industry Management (CHIM) on February 26-27, 2015, while the second batch was held on March 12-13, 2015 with the College of Teacher Education (CTE) from different campuses, namely: Andrews, Aparri, Gonzaga, Piat, Sanchez Mira, Lasam, and Lal-lo.

The speakers to the seminar-workshops were Dr. Nelson Calvan; Dr. Sofia Taguibao,(Education Supervisors II) and Dr. Florida Capili of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED); Dr. Hortencia Calvan, Education Supervisor II of the Department of Education (DepEd), Region 02; Prof. Antonio Tamayao of CTE; and Dr. Jocelyn D. Tuscano, University GAD Focal Person.

The seminar-workshop, initiated by the Andrews GAD Focal Person, Dr. Romeo C. Clemente, is an avenue for the CSU faculty members to facilitate teaching-learning approaches which are outcomes-based and gender sensitive.

Another batch of seminar-workshop is set for the faculty of the College of Business Entrepreneurship and Accountancy (CBEA) and College of Allied Health Sciences (CAHS).

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