Professional Development Programs

School-based seminar-workshops

School-based seminar-workshops are seminars that are requested by bona fide CEM member schools and are conducted at the requesting school.

SEMINAR-WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION
Classroom Test Construction (CTC)

A two-day seminar-workshop that provides teachers with basic knowledge and skills in writing tests for assessment of classroom instruction.

 

It includes topics on preparation of table of specifications, item writing to assess different levels of skills, qualitative item analysis, and test interpretation.

 

Target Participants: Teachers

Classroom Management (CM)

A two-day seminar-workshop that enhances teachers' understanding of the theoretical basis for classroom management as well as the application of management techniques in a classroom setting.

 

It is designed to train teachers on how to establish and maintain classroom conditions that facilitate effective and efficient instruction and learning.

 

Target Participants: Teachers

Homeroom Guidance Program (HGP) 

A two-day seminar-workshop designed to develop the skills of homeroom advisers and guidance counselors in the preparation and evaluation of homeroom guidance program at the elementary, secondary and college levels.

 

It is designed to support schools in their efforts toward preparing the youth to successfully handle the intricacy of today's society and to enhance their self-confidence, motivation, and self-worth.

 

It aims to develop social and life skills, assist in character development, and help them formulate positive personal values and strengthen family relationships. It prepares the students to make right decisions that will help them achieve their full potential.

 

Target Participants: Homeroom Advisers and Guidance Counselors

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