WEBINARS

WEBINARS

The CEU Cluster webinar series included one topic on early literacy on using synthetic phonics and nine early numeracy and mathematics areas, namely sets and sorting, number sense, counting, number operations, patterns, measurement, data analysis, spatial relationships and shapes. The webinars aimed to address the need for teachers to enhance their knowledge and skills in teaching early literacy and numeracy and mathematics. The interactive sessions utilized video-clips and storybook-based math strategies Participants included daycare teachers, K-3 teachers from DepEd schools and private schools coming from all regions of the Philippines.



CEU Webinar 1
Teaching Beginning Reading using Synthetic Phonics

This training on using synthetic phonics introduced teachers to the correct way of producing individual sounds and letter combinations one at a time to ensure greater mastery and overcoming reading difficulties.

Date: March 5, 2021
Number of participants: 210
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CEU Webinar 2
Early Math : Sets and Number Sense

This focused on the key ideas about sorting Attributes can be used to sort; The same collection can be sorted in different ways collections into sets. Sets can be compared and ordered. and strategies in teaching about sets and number sense: Numbers are used many ways, some more mathematical than others. Quantity is an attribute of a set of objects, and we use numbers to name specific quantities. The quantity of a small collection can be intuitively perceived without counting.

Date: February 16, 2021 and August 28, 2022
Number of participants: 153/ 383
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CEU Webinar 3
Early Math : Counting and Number Operations

This focused on the big ideas and strategies in teaching about counting: Counting can be used to find out “how many” in a collection; and Counting has rules that apply to any collection. On number operations: Sets can be changed by adding items (joining) or by taking some away (separating). Sets can be compared using the attribute of numerosity, and ordered by some more than, less than, and equal to.(Comparing sets) A quantity (whole) can be decomposed into equal or unequal parts; the parts can be composed to form the whole.(Number composition)

Date: February 27, 2021 and September 25, 2021
Number of participants: 169/440
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CEU Webinar 4
Early Math : Patterns, Measurement and Data Analysis

This focused on the big ideas and strategies in teaching about patterns: Patterns are sequences (repeating or growing) governed bya rule: they exist both in the world and in mathematics; Identifying the rule of pattern brings predictability and allows us to make generalizations; and The same pattern can be found in different forms. On measurement: Many different attributes can be measured, even when measuring a single object; All measurement involves a “fair” comparison; and Quantifying a measurement helps us describe and compare more precisely. On Data Analysis: The purpose of collecting data is to answer questions when the answers are not immediately obvious; Data must be represented in order to be interpreted and how data are gathered and organized depends on the question and It is useful to compare parts of the data and to draw the conclusion about the data as a whole.

Date: March 5, 2021 and October 23, 2021
Number of participants:174/280
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CEU Webinar 5
Early Math : Spatial Relationship and Shapes

This focused on the big ideas and strategies in teaching about spatial relationship: Relationships between objects and places can be described with mathematical precision. (Describing space); Our own experiences of spaces and two-dimensional representations of space reflect a specific point of view. (Visualizing space); and Spatial relationships can be visualized and manipulated mentally. On shapes: Shapes can be defined and classified by their attributes; The flat faces of solid (three-dimensional) shapes are two-dimensional shape; and Shapes can be combined and separated (composed and decomposed) to make new shapes.

Date: March 12, 2021 and November 20, 2021
Number of participants: 135/183
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“READy for LIFE (Learners’ Improvement and Free Engagement)” Community of Practice

The Polytechnic University of the Philippines-College of Education together with the Department of Education (DepEd) division of San Juan City conducted its free webinar series on Early Literacy Instruction titled “READy for LIFE (Learners’ Improvement and Free Engagement)” slated on May 26, June 2, and June 9, 2021 with the following general topics: 1) Content – READiness in teaching reading?; 2) Pedagogy – READy to Teach: Fun and Engaging Techniques; and, 3) Assessment - Truly READy? Assessment Strategies in Reading

PUP Webinar 1
Content – READiness in teaching reading?

This webinar tackled Phonological Awareness and Phonemic Awareness; Oral Language; Vocabulary and Spelling; and Comprehension.

Date: April 28, 2021
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PUP Webinar 2
Pedagogy – READy to Teach: Fun and Engaging Techniques

This webinar focused on Phonics Approach to Teaching Reading, Researchbased Reading Strategies for Elementary Grades, and Different Games and Activities and The Use of Nursery Rhymes and Rhythms, Body Percussion, Environmental Sounds.

Date: May 26, 2021
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Creating a Learning Climate in Challenging Realities emphasizes appreciative inquiry, calibrated expectations, empathy, and inviting utilization of teaching-learning spaces. This module brings out the best of the teacher with a genuine sense of agency, as he/she engages with the learners, parents, community elders and other stakeholders

TedTalks Series
The University of St. La Salle webinar series was on Cross Cultural Boundaries: Building Intercultural Relations in Challenged Areas. The Vice President of the Philippines at that time, Atty. Leni Robredo was the keynote speaker.



USLS Webinar 1
TedTalk1: “Aiming High, keeping low: Embracing My Teaching Vocation”

This webinar themed “Aiming High, keeping low: Embracing My Teaching Vocation” focused on the daily joys and struggles of Alternative Learning System (ALS) facilitators and instructional leaders who serve in the remote and challenged areas. This talk was aimed at revitalizing the ALS teachers' commitment to the marginalized and their passion for teaching under challenging circumstances. The major takeaway from this talk is the realization that teaching is mainly a vocation or a calling which requires not just competence but also compassion.

Date: March 4, 2021
No. of participants: 125
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USLS Webinar 2
TedTalk2: "Building Community School Partnership in Challenged Areas during this Challenging Time"

This webinar has for its central theme the need for collaboration between the school and the community in areas facing various forms of challenges further exacerbated by the so-called new normal. Speakers from varied locales with their own unique challenges shared testimonies of how a strong partnership and close collaboration between stakeholders are essential to achieving the collective aims of the school and the community in addressing the needs of the challenged area.

Date: March 12, 2021
No. of participants: 133
USLS Webinar 3
TedTalk3: "Revitalizing Active Teaching Strategies: Methodologies to Make Teaching More Interactive, Engaging & Meaningful"



This talk has the following objectives: (1) To revisit teaching principles and practices that promote active learning through active teaching; (2) To suggest methods and techniques that encourage interaction and active engagement in the classroom; and (3) To demonstrate the pedagogical implications and applications of the Constructivist Theory as it applies to teaching and learning. The participants' major takeaway from this webinar is the realization that active learning is an offshoot of active teaching strategies.

Date: March 26, 2021
No. of participants: 138
USLS Webinar 4
TedTalk4: "Championing Inclusivity: Managing Student Behaviors and Encouraging Parental Support in Challenged Areas"

This webinar has for its central insight the pedagogical implications of inclusive education as it applies to behavior management in the classroom, as well as the need for parental involvement in dealing with learners in various challenged areas. The resource person, who is a registered nurse and a licensed professional teacher, cited actual classroom events and first-hand experiences with learners with special needs, differently-abled learners, and vulnerable learners and how inclusive education has helped them become empowered, independent learners in spite of their limitations.

Date: April 16, 2021
No. of participants: 129
USLS Webinar 5
TedTalk5: "Understanding the Nature of Learners and Context of Challenged areas: A Focus on Alternative Learning System and Indigenous People"

The webinar focused on the two major components of teaching and learning in the challenged areas: the uniqueness of every learner and the realities in the challenged areas that affect the teaching and learning process. Specifically focusing on the ALS learners and the Indigenous People, the speakers shed light on the unique learning needs of the students in the Alternative Learning System, as well as the challenges faced by the Indigenous People, whose education requires contextualization and localization.
Date: April 23, 2021
No. of participants: 136
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USLS Webinar 6
CROSSING CULTURAL BOUNDARIES: Building Intercultural Relations in the Challenged Areas

The National Training on Intercultural Communication Skills with Teodoro “Teddy” Baguilat as resource person and with the theme “CROSSING CULTURAL BOUNDARIES: Building Intercultural Relations in the Challenged Areas," was organized in order to address the need to strengthen intercultural communication and relations in the challenged areas, specifically areas populated by the Indigenous Peoples whose unique culture, beliefs, norms, and learning needs must be understood by the teachers and instructional leaders. The speaker, Mr. Baguilat is a Filipino politician and journalist, activist and advocate of indigenous peoples' rights and the rights of minority groups. He is a member of both the Tuwali indigenous tribe in Ifugao and the Gaddang indigenous tribe of Nueva Vizcaya, so he was able to talk from experience about the culture of the indigenous peoples.
Date: December 2-3, 2021
No. of participants: 368
Link to the webinar:
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The College of Education – University of Southeastern Philippines (USEP) and the Department of Education – Davao City Division, had partnered to hold the Webinar Series on Interpersonal Communication Skills in Dealing with Behavioral Problems and Parental Support: Handling of Students in the New Normal last August 9,11 and 13, 2021, The conduct of Webinar Series aimed to enhance functional skills in dealing with students’ behavioral problems, and to provide support to teachers and parents in overcoming the current crises and challenges in education. The activity highlighted the importance of motivation and support in challenged areas to bring FORTH proactive and transformative education in the very perplexing time.


USEP Webinar 1
On Mental Health

This was an interactive webinar where students shared about their life stressors and how the coping strategies they use. The sharing of the speaker hinged on the Seligman’s PERMA model, providing insights and strategies on positive emotions, engagement, relationships, meaning and accomplishment. The speaker was Dr. Jennifer M. Arbiol, a licensed psychologist and Director of USEP’s Assessment and Guidance Center.

Date: August 9, 2021
Number of Participants: 142
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USEP Webinar 2
On Challenges of Learning During the Pandemic

This webinar shows how the pandemic has affected the education sector, mainly on the disruption and possible deterioration of learning. Delivery of emergency remote learning here in the Philippines came in the form of printed modules, radio/television-based delivery, and blended or pure online. The webinar also focused on the three essential elements, namely, the teacher, learner, learning environment, and how the roles of these elements evolved. The webinar highlighted the shifting roles of parents as teachers at home. Many challenges involving the physical, social and mental aspects of learners were taken up. Additionally, ways of meeting the needs and challenges of the learners and parents were discussed. The speaker was Prof. Carmen M. Sabino.

Date: August 11, 2023
Number of Participants: 198
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USEP Webinar 3
3rd Session with focus on Strategies to Address Challenges of Learning During the Pandemic

A Webinar Series on Interpersonal Communication Skills in Dealing with Behavioral Problems and Parental Support Session 3 Strategies to Address Challenges of Learning During the Pandemic

Speaker: Dr. Gina R. Lamzon
Date: August 13, 2021
Number of Participants: 162
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WVSU Webinar 1
MOTIVATION: A Driving Force of an Extraordinary Teacher

The six-week motivational webinar series begins with this episode. In addition to providing us with insights into how they were able to maintain their motivation to serve their communities, the session gave us a picture of the many situations that instructors and students in the underserved areas faced. We learned that big changes are possible regardless of how challenging the situation is through the motivational tales and first-hand accounts of our guest speakers.

Date: November 20, 2021
Number of participants: 251
Link to the webinar: Click here to watch webinar
WVSU Webinar 2
Self-assessment/Self-Affirmation in the Context of Being a Teacher

According to Project FORTH, understanding the characteristics of teachers who engage with pupils in challenging environments is the first step in resolving the issue of marginalization in education around the world. During this particular session, it was required of the teacher participants to complete the Google form on the teacher profile for the challenged schools. The questionnaire lists the knowledge, abilities, attitudes, and values of instructors who work in challenging environments.

Date: November 27, 2021
Number of participants: 251
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WVSU Webinar 3
Recognizing and Addressing the Factors that Affect Intrinsic Motivation

At this particular session, a clinical psychologist was asked to discuss the pandemic's impact on teacher motivation as well as elements that affect internal motivation via the lenses of several theorists. Participants were invited to discuss what motivates them to continue working as teachers.

Date: December 4, 2021
Number of participants: 255
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WVSU Webinar 4
Designing my Professional and Motivational Development Plan

Participants individually accomplished their professional and motivational development plans and some selected participants were asked to present their outputs.

Date: January 8, 2022
Number of participants: 150 participants (zoom); 1384 participants (FB live)
Link to the webinar: Click here to watch webinar

6th Teacher Training Webinar Series: A Project FORTH Initiative CO-CREATING LEARNING COMMUNITIES IN DIFFERENT CHALLENGED AREAS
by SEAMEO INNOTECH ,Teresiana Association International , Inc., EDIW Philippines, and PAFTE (STEP)



STEP Webinar 1 Title: "Our OWN Success Stories"
The first webinar focused on how teacher leaders/ teachers bridge the divides/ gaps in the challenged areas found in the Philippines by offering of our own gifts as they discover opportunities and strengths in the diversities to co-create communities of learning.

Date: Feb. 5, 2022
Number of Participants: Over 100
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STEP Webinar 2 Title: "Stories Across Continents, A Dialogic Approach to Community Building"

The second webinar focused on testimonials of transformation through communities of learning and support in both formal and informal settings across differences of challenged contexts. These testimonials are to inspire teachers in the Philippines to be part of a FORTH community of teachers and educators in challenged areas. Reaching out, belonging to a wider community of teachers teaching in challenged areas is a needed support for sustaining teachers practicing in challenged areas.

Date: February 12, 2022
Number of Participants: Over 2100 Recording
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STEP Webinar 3 Title: "Where to Go From Here: A Pathway to Consider"
The third webinar focused on the formation of the FORTH professional community where collaboration, mission, passion for our children will be our driving force and our conduct of relating. Teachers in challenged areas of the Philippines going forth to make a difference in the lives of children in the margins of society need continuing support so they can teach well and open opportunities to all our children wherever they may be.

Date: Feb. 19, 2022
Number of Participants: Over 100
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