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1st Education Day Celebration in CVSC-Main Campus
Posted by Given Mark Inansugan on October 24, 2018 9:07 am
Compostela Valley State College’s (CVSC) College of Arts, Sciences and Education (CASE) held its 1st Education Day last October 16, 2018 at CVSC-Main Campus with the theme, “Fostering academic enhancement through amity in the advent of modern pedagogical approaches”.
Organized to showcase the talents and explore untapped potentials of the future teachers, this one-day event aimed to promote value of sportsmanship and healthy competition among education students and faculty members.
The Education 2018 presented well-known psychologists as their team name: Vygotsky, Erikson, Pavlov, Skinner, Piaget, and Thorndike. Also, the event consisted of various activities including Mass Dance Competition, Quiz Bee, Logo Making, Teaching Demonstration, Modern Dance Craze, Amazing Race and the most awaited highlight of the program –the Search for Mr. and Ms. Education 2018.
Meanwhile, teachers of CASE flaunted their skills and talents not in the field of teaching but in joining volleyball in which they were hailed as winners as they bested the students. Moreover, they participated in Amazing Race and performed in the Opening salvo during the evening competition which made the event more fun and interesting.
Furthermore, the Search of Mr. and Ms. Education as most awaited event of the said affair made the CVSC Covered Court dominated by students and teachers who were there to support the candidates of the said college. In the end, Rodine Collamat of Team Piaget bagged the title of Mr. Education 2018, while Femmie Cecile Escarton of Team Skinner crowned as the Ms. Education 2018.
This year’s successful 1st Education Day 2018 was made possible by Education Student Council (EDUSCO) in the initiative of Ms. Gloryjean Colomer-Altamera, EDUSCO Adviser and Andrey Sherbeth Erana, EDUSCO President together with the help of faculty members and hard-working organizers and members of EDUSCO.