Classroom Management Workshops for DWCU Educators


Classroom Management Workshops

for DWCU Educators

DSC_0076In the utmost desire of the educators of DWCU to deliver quality education to the learners, a classroom management workshop was organized for them. It was facilitated by Dr. Reynald Mamasig, a DWCU Alumnus Batch ‘85. The said academic activity was held last August 11, 2017 at the DWCU Conference Hall. The workshop started with an opening remark given by the school President Fr. Ibay, SVD. He said, “Classroom management styles of teachers can be depicted along two dimensions (Baumrind, 1971): type of control exercised over students, and degree of involvement of teachers with students. Furthermore, in his welcome address, Fr. Ibay mentioned about the authoritative, the authoritarian, the permissive, and the indulgent style of classroom management.

DSC_0108Dr. Reynald Mamasig shared about the importance of creating and establishing an engagement with the students to have an effective classroom management. He encouraged the educators to employ varied means/style of greeting the learners to establish a connection with them. He said that learning is fun when there is participation and contextualization of the different concepts and strategies employed. The speaker also reminded the educators that they have a mentoring role and not just imparting knowledge. With this word, He said that teaching is an unconditional concern, it exudes meaningful sacrifice, it is impactful and paradoxical. He also emphasized that teaching needs to have vision, inclusivity, community and emotion (V.I.C.E)

Fr. Venerando Yator, SVD the DWCU Campus Minister was tasked to give the certificate of appreciation to Dr. Mamasig.  Mrs. Marlyn Laroco, the High School Principal  thanked the facilitator. She reiterated the value of having a vision before entering into the classroom and likewise the relevance of transforming the classroom as a class home to easily facilitate classroom management and ultimately to achieve quality education for the learners.

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