to give orientation
Institute for Faculty Development (IFD) will conduct a New
Faculty Orientation on September 14 at the Tereso Lara Seminar
Room, from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.
New faculty members, recently hired or hired within the past
three school years who have not attended the orientation since
they joined DLSU-M are invited to sign up.
Speakers from different La Salle offices and organizations
such as the Lasallian Pastoral Office, Vice President for
Academics and Research office, University Research Coordination
Office, University Library, the Center for Educational Multimedia,
Information Technology Center, Faculty Association, the Student
Council, and the Center for Social Concern and Action will
give short talks.
launches module on video streaming
Center for Educational Multimedia (CREM) launches its latest
module taught in the Educational Training Program for full-time
and part-time faculty members. To be introduced this second
term, Module 5 on video streaming provides the participants
with the opportunity to make and stream a video clip of their
lectures with an accompanying PowerPoint presentation.
The module brings the participant to more advanced levels
of effectively using technology as an educational tool. It
complements the lessons learned in the previous CREM trainings
Headed by Brother Mike Rapatan, FSC, the Center for Educational
Multimedia conducts progressive faculty in-service training
workshops on the familiarization and effective application
of the various types of instructional media and technology.
It monitors and evaluates faculty skills training output through
The Educational Training Program is sponsored by CREM and
the Institute for Faculty Development.
faculty and graduates at CEAP-NCR RE Annual Assembly
the annual assembly of the CEAP-NCR Religious Education Commission
held at Sta. Isabel College on August 24, faculty and graduates
of the Religious Education Department were actively involved.
Guided by the assembly theme titled “Religious Education:
Review and Reengineering,” the panel presentors expounded
on their respective topics: Dr. Natividad Pagadut on Basic
Learning Competencies in Religious Education; Dr. Carol Fallarme
on Christian Formation in Institutes of Higher Learning; Brother
Ricardo Laguda, FSC, on Integrated Christian Formation: A
Model; and, Sister Nicetas Vargas, OSA on CEAP: Responding
to the Church’s Call for Renewal.
Sister Ma. Corazon Manalo, DC, is the current chair of the
CEAP-NCR Religious Education Commission. Another RED faculty,
Father Jimmy Belita, CM, is incoming CEAP-NCR Regional Director.