CTELA on an Enhancement Seminar
By Rhoanne L. Boado
“Delightful, motivating, and informative!” the College of Teacher Education and Liberal Arts department described the seminar with the theme Enhancement held at the function hall on March 26, 2018.
The seminar’s opening remarks was given by the Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. Elma D. Donaal followed by the introduction of the resource speaker, Mr. Antonio R. Broas, the Review Director of St. Louis Review Center- Baguio.
The main focus of the seminar was to teach innovative learning styles for millennial students to comprehend complex lessons like the theories of Abraham Maslow, Sigmund Freud, and Erik Erikson.
The seminar was interactive allowing all students to participate to tasks presented to them. The practice teaching 2 students had their pre- LET in the morning of same day and top 5 students were awarded. They were: Sheena Col-ing, Nadres Bugnay, and Grace Billao garnered the 5th; Adonis Cabungan 4th; Noreen Lucas 3rd; Ilyn Billao 2nd; and Roxanne Domingo garnered the 1st and was given a review book for the LET.
After the awarding, a 25-item test was presented focusing on strategies on taking the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET). The test focused on the back-up system which encouraged students further. As a motivating result, Mr. Broas gave a reward to the student who had the highest score.