- help the teacher-leaders and future teacher-leaders nationwide in their professional growth;
- help them develop to become future teacher-leaders and to be more responsible and conscious;
- impart to them the general principles/concepts, objectives, curriculum of the K to 12 Program of the Department of Education (DepEd) and relay to them the important job that they have to do in relation to this;
- make them aware of their benefits as well as responsibilities to the different government agencies that they relate with;
- make them aware about the present national situation and its relation to the overall education situation of the country;
- impart to them the knowledge on the proper management of their federations and faculty clubs; and
- educate them on the proper handling of issues and problems that may arise within their respective schools or their other member-schools between the administration and teachers, among teachers and between teachers and parents or teachers and students. This is a major and conducive factor that would greatly contribute to the advancement of the quality of education.
The participants to this training seminar are teacher-leaders from public schools, both elementary and secondary levels nationwide. Each schools division is allowed to send six (6) teacher-leaders (combined elementary and secondary) on official time only.
The concerned school heads shall make an arrangement for substitute teachers to handle the participants' classes during the training seminar.
A registration fee of Two Thousand Pesos (PhP2,000.00) will be charged to each participant to cover three (3) meals and two (2) snacks per day for three (3) days and for the reproduction of training materials and certificates of participation. Interested teacher-leader participants are advised to register or contact the organizers early for reservation purposes.
For queries and more information, contact Ms. Zeni Lao, Mr. Robert Medrano or Ms. Kris Navales at mobile phone numbers: 0917-499-8608, 0919-819-8903, 0923-588-4352, or contact telephone numbers: 453-9116 and 426-2238.