DepEd Cavite Province joined in the internationalization of basic educational standards through sharing six researches in the 2017 International Conference-Workshop for Teachers, Faculty, Educators, and School Administrators on “Strengthening Basic Education as  Foundation for Higher Education against the Framework of ASEAN Integration,” Jan. 12-14.

Organized by the DepEd Central Office, through its partnership and collaboration with Guro Formation Forum, DepEd-CALABARZON, and Jose Rizal University, the gathering primarily aimed to expound the alignment of the K-12 curriculum with the ASEAN frameworks.

Contributing to the realization of the event’s objectives to formulate a guide in assessing learning outcomes and identifying students’ capabilities andachievements, Dr. Romeo Endraca, Education Program Supervisor for TVL/ EPP/ TLE, together with Melody Gonzales, presented their paper titled “An Assessment of Trainers’ Methodology Program and Division Capability Training Program for TM Holders: Input to Technical Vocational Skills Enhancement of Teachers and Students”.

Bailen Elementary School’s Marilyn Lengson shared her research on the strengths and weaknesses in Mathematics among Grade 6 pupils which served as a basis for an intervention while Luis Y. Ferrer Junior/ Senior High School’s Riza Mae Sanchez discussed her study on differentiated teaching strategies of selected topics in Biology.

Gemmar Anthony F. Guimba, Master Teacher I from Trece Martires City Senior High School (TMCSHS) also contributed in weaving strategies for learning and teaching through the study “Learning Styles and Multiple Intelligences among Grade 11 Students of TMCSHS SY 2016-2017.”

Moreover, Anniezen Pascua, Teacher I from Gen. Mariano Alvarez Technical High Schools (GMATHS), imparted the findings of the study “Teachers’ Training Program in MAPEH of GMATHS to Address Students with Faiiling Grades,” co-authored by San Jose Community High School’s Principal III Luis Villegas.

Meanwhile, TMCSHS’ Joselito Quintana  and Nenita Mojica shared their phenomenological study on the lived experiences of SHS teachers who used to teach in Higher Education Institutions (HEIs). (Rey Ann M. Maramag, PDO I/ DIO)