De La Salle University-Dasmariñas’ College of Education (COE) Professional Education Department organized the Cavite Educators Congress 2013 at the Ugnayang La Salle. Themed “Keeping track with the K-12 Curriculum,” the two-day seminar brought together second year to fourth year BS Education students and faculty and Teacher Education Institution (TEI) Administrators from different TEI’s in Region IV-A. It served as an avenue for sharing expertise in instruction materials making, teaching demonstrations, and lesson plan writing for different learning areas.
The resource speaker of Cavite Educators Congress 2013 was K-12 Basic Education Program Coordinator Elvin Ivan Uy. He shared insights on the K-12 system implementation plan and presented a comparison between the 2002 BEC and K-12 education structure and the transition planning for private elementary and high school and studies on the possible outcome of the K-12 education implementation. Parallel sessions were also conducted in separate venues such as Ugnayang La Salle, Alumni Auditorium, Luis Aguado and Eugenia Cabezas Viewing Rooms, and classrooms in PCH , LDH and FCH.
Among the participating schools were: Cavite State University-Cavite City, Indang, Naic, Rosario, Silang, Far Eastern University-Cavite , Grandby Colleges of Science and Technology, Imus Institute, Lyceum University of the Philippines-Cavite Campus, Olivarez College-Tagaytay, Philippine Christian University-Dasmariñas, Polytechnic University of the Philippines-Maragondon, Rogationist College, Southern Philippines Institute of Science, St. Francis of Assissi College, St. Joseph College, St. Jude College, UNIDA Christian College, University of Perpetual Help-Molino, and Western College.