Cagayan de Oro teachers hone their skills through Ayala Foundation’s CENTEX education program

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November 13, 2019

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As part of its sustained efforts in helping improve teacher effectiveness across the country, Ayala Foundation recently completed intensive training sessions for educators in Cagayan de Oro City, under the CENTEX Training Institute program.

Forty teachers and a school head from Bongbongon Elementary School participated in a three-day training session organized by Ayala Foundation, in partnership with the City Government of Cagayan de Oro and the Department of Education Division of Cagayan de Oro.

Held from October 21 to 23, the intensive training sessions focused on the following essential elements for lifelong learning: “Classroom Pedagogy and Methodology, Values Clarification, and Use of Technology in the Classroom.” The development of thinking skills does not only play a big role in improving the learning experience, but also has a lasting impact in the growth and development of children. CENTEX Training Institute prepares Cagayan de Oro City educators to become collaborative agents of change who will guide children of today and tomorrow live and lead more successful lives.

Among the topics discussed during the learning sessions were 21st-century learning skills and 21st-century learning environments, classroom management, socio-emotional learning, visible thinking, teaching with technology, and values clarification.

Ayala Foundation develops and implements its education initiatives through CENTEX. CENTEX started in two public schools in Manila and Batangas, providing high-quality public education for children from economically disadvantaged families. Over the years, the program has evolved, as it emphasized that a child’s holistic development is the shared role of teachers and school heads, parents, and members of the community. Through the CENTEX Training Institute, Ayala Foundation brings the CENTEX experience of holistic and quality public education to different parts of the country.

To date, Ayala Foundation has trained hundreds of public school teachers from 17 areas in 11 provinces nationwide, making an impact in the lives of thousands of students.

About Ayala Foundation

As the social development arm of the Ayala group of companies, Ayala Foundation envisions communities where people are creative, productive, self-reliant, and proud to be Filipino. Ayala Foundation's main program areas are Education, Community Leadership, Suitable and Sustainable Livelihood, and Arts and Culture.

For more information, visit www.ayalafoundation.org.

 

 

 


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