The University of Southeastern Philippines, through its College of Education (CED), has just concluded the Educational Management Training to 12 Bangladeshi nationals. The training that ran from April 22 to June 1 was made possible through the efforts of the USeP CED and the Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee (BRAC) based in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
The activity is one of the yearly special projects of the College of Education. The training is anchored on the general objective of producing competent leaders in education that results to quality teaching and learning particularly in the BRAC schools in Bangladesh.
Weekly topics in the training package include Laying the Groundwork in Education; Management of Curriculum; Student Assessment and Evaluation; Administration and Supervision of Educational Programs; and Collaborative Networking and Management. These topics were discussed by the following trainers: Dr. Perfecto Alibin; Dr. Sophremiano Antipolo; Dr. Edna Jalotjot; Dr. Marlyn Biton; Dr. Emmie Cabanlit; Dr. Bonifacio Gabales; and Prof. Juse Lyn Hiponia.
BRAC is an international non-government organization founded in Bangladesh in 1972 as a development organization dedicated to alleviating poverty by empowering the poor to bring about change in their own lives.
Simultaneous with the BRAC activity are various trainings extended by the College of Education, through its Special Projects Office, to Department of Education (DepED) Special Education (SPED) and Multigrade teachers in Mindanao, and the Organization Administration and Supervision of SPED schools for DepEd principals. (USeP PIO w/M.Neri)