Cordova Mayor May Therese P. Sotoy-Cho, together with DepEd Officials and local government units (LGU’s) visited Bolbok Integrated National High School for the 21st Century Learning Environment Model (CLEM) Benchmarking on March 6.

The activity showcased the up-to-date facilities for 21st century learners which included 26 laptops, 3D printer, wireless printer, visualizer or document camera, teacher’s lectern, mobile marker space, garbage bin with sensor, interactive projector and smartboard, and smart TV.

To actualize the utilization of select instructional tools, Gina M. Rosita conducted a demonstration teaching.

“Using ICT in the teaching-learning process equips learners with complex and global sophisticated skills they need to compete in the global force,” she added.

“To make all schools perform with higher learning and to prepare students for global competitiveness, the need for ICT integration in the curriculum must be given primordial consideration. This only will be fully realized if there will be classrooms fully equipped with modern technological equipment and digital resources,” Ma’am Grace A. Piansay, CLEM Coordinator said during the interview.

Best practices in CLEM were also presented to the visitors. In exchange, the Cebuanos shared their unique practices in achieving quality education. (Richard L. Roxas, Assistant Principal II, Bolbok Integrated National High School)