NATIONAL SEMINAR-WORKSHOP ON SCIENCE
EVENT #: 44022
National Seminar-Workshop on Addressing Misconceptions in Science: The Unifying Role of Competency, Reflective Thinking, and Assessment with the theme, "Empowering Teachers to Strengthen Essential Science Concepts through Strategic Thinking Skills" on April 26-28, 2019 at the Crown Legacy Hotel, Baguio City.
12.5 CPD Units
PRC CPD Accreditation No. 2017-067-2084
The training program addresses the following content and pedagogical competencies: (1) identify students’ misconceptions in science; (2) identify instructional strategies based on knowledge of how students learn the science concepts and develop science process skills; (3) restructuring existing activities employing the unified role of the Competency, Reflective Thinking, and Assessment technique; (4) enable teachers to see that the new ideas, concepts, and skills learned will help them in facilitating students learning; (5) enable teachers to respect students’ talents, abilities and perspectives, and (6) assess and reassess the validity of student concepts.
The target participants are school heads/principals, school administrators, education supervisors, school heads/ coordinators, teachers, and interested learners from both public and private elementary and secondary schools.
Early Registration (with discounted rates):
Group of 5 or more: P3,100 per participant
Deadline of early registration is 15 days before the seminar/event.
Regular registration: P3,500.00
(after early registration date)
Registration fees inclusive of seminar materials (bag, handouts, pen, sheets of paper, etc.), lunch (2), snacks (5), certificates, and speakers’ fees.
Payments may be deposited under the account name of the Center for the Professional Advancement of Educators thru any Metrobank branch with Account no. 032-7032504678.
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