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JVR Foundation supports educators from Tanay through LETTERS

The Jesus V. Del Rosario (JVR) Foundation, involved in providing social amelioration programs to various communities along with the JVR group of companies has chosen teachers from the upland area of Tanay II District in SDO Rizal as recipients of a program called Literacy Enhancement through Teacher Training on Early Reading Systems (LETTERS).

LETTERS was attended by a total of 33 teachers and nine school heads from the District of Tanay II who are teaching Kindergarten and Grades 1-3 learners. It was a seven-day training held at the Asian Institute of Management, Makati City from May 16-22.

They were trained by a team of well-known faculty members from the College of Education, University of the Philippines namely Dr. Felicitas Pado, Dr. Leonor Diaz, and Dr. Nemah Hermoza who personally designed the program and developed the training materials. The said trainers were known personalities in early childhood literacy.

Teacher-participants were one in saying that the program was a great help in their development because it increased understanding of the nature of reading and the process of bridging among languages.

Karheena Adriano, TIC of Mamuyao Elementary School said that the training helped  upgrade their competencies/skills in teaching beginning reading particularly development of critical thinking, grammar and oral language skills, phonological/ phonemic awareness, and decoding and encoding skills.

“It also enriched appreciation of the crucial role of beginning reading teachers in developing literacy proficiency among beginners so that they are effectively prepared to meet the demands of school life as they go up the curriculum,” said  Lolita De Leon, TIC of Magata/Manggahan ES.

The training program also provided the school heads knowledge of how beginning literacy should be taught which would enable them to effectively monitor and mentor the teachers on how to effectively teach beginning literacy. During the last two days of the said program, the teachers prepared for microteaching demonstration to showcase the learning they had acquired from the training.

SDO Rizal Superintendent Marites A. Ibañez expressed support over the implementation and monitoring of LETTERS and shared her gratitude to JVR Foundation for choosing SDO Rizal schools as recipient of the program.

The closing program was graced by JVR Foundation Chairman Jaime C. Del Rosario together with the rest of the board members of the foundation. The Chairman expressed his continuous support to the government’s quest for quality education. (Wendeline Reyes, Cayabuyao ES & Melanie Duldulao, Sto. Niño IS)

 

 

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