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).