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UNESCO-APCEIU staff visit Amaya ES, monitor Korean exchange teachers’ classes, activities

Staff of Asia-Pacific Centre of Education for International Understanding (APCEIU), under the auspices of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), visited Amaya Elementary School (AES) to conduct Midterm Monitoring/Midterm Review of Korean exchange teachers’ classes and activities, October 18.

Deputy Director Yoo Ji Seon, Head of International Teacher Exchange (ITE) Eom Jeongmin, and Assistant Programme Specialist Kim Hieun observed Jo Ahra and Lee Bokeum while doing an interactive team teaching to Grade IV pupils about the elements of arts with the integration of both Korean and Filipino cultures through mask painting activity.

An interview with two pupils followed the class observation. The questions focused on the difference in teaching methods of Korean and Filipino teachers, perception of the pupils about the characteristics of Korean teachers, and the part of the lesson which the children liked most.

According to UNESCO-APCEIU staff who interviewed the selected pupils, “Filipino pupils were smart, active, and good at understanding and speaking the English language.”

Furthermore, Grade V pupils were surveyed regarding their knowledge on culture differences and their involvement about issues and events in the surroundings.

The UNESCO-APCEIU staff were accompanied to the host school by Michael Girard R. Alba, Education Program Supervisor II, Field Technical Assistance Division of the DepEd Regional Office, Ivan Brian L. Inductivo, OIC-Assistant Schools Division Superintendent, Allain B. Alvarez, Senior Education Specialist, Josephine M. Monzaga, Parent Supervisor, and Edelisa M. Catacutan, District Supervisor.

Prior to the Midterm Monitoring/Midterm Review, Felino B. Sidocon Jr., School Principal, together with Aurea L. Perea and Rowena L. Araracap, mentor teachers, had already conducted observations to teachers Jo and Lee’s classes and convened them for post conferences to let them know the result of the evaluation on their teaching performances and provided them assistance to improve and vary their teaching strategies for better execution of the lessons.

The Korean teachers have started teaching in AES last September 17 to Kinder pupils to whom they introduced their national costume called “hanbok” and continued teaching to higher grade levels and promoted Korean music, arts, festivals, and seasons.

The Korea-Philippines Teacher Exchange Programme (KPTEP) 2018 was initiated by the Ministry of Education (MOE) of the Republic of Korea and implemented through the APCEIU under the auspices of UNESCO. The UNESCO group selected qualified exchange teachers and monitored their activities while the APCEIU developed and executed the programme. (Myra F. Castillo, Teacher II, Amaya ES)

 

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