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CVSC holds PST Pinning Ceremony
Posted by Given Mark Inansugan on January 14, 2019 5:17 am
The Compostela Valley State College main campus thru the College of Teacher Education (CTE) held its 2nd pinning ceremony last January 4, 2018 at the CVSC event center for the 161 4th year BSED and BEED students who have completed the course requirements qualifying them to enroll the final subject of the program which is the internship or the Pre-Service Teaching experience.
Dr. Robert M. Gomez, the Director for Instruction presented the students to College President, Christie Jean Villanueva-Ganiera. Pinning ensued with the parents and guardians escorting the students on stage.
This annual pinning ceremony marks the tradition of welcoming education students into the teaching profession and where the students and their loved ones come together as they celebrate their success from such three and a half years of struggle in their academic journey towards obtaining a degree.
In her message, College President Dr. Christie Jean V. Ganiera harped on the importance of punctuality and respect during the PSTs’ entire practice teaching period as they will indulge into the real world of education. Also, the president challenged the students to give all their best and make CVSC proud as they will be bringing the name of the college throughout the fourteen-week period.
After all the candidates had received pins attached by their parents and guardians, Jay Dayon, student representative led the reading of the Educator’s Oath together, affirming their dedication to the profession.
The ceremony was intended to mark an important milestone for the graduating students: the moment they transitioned from students to professional educators wherein they will be applying all the things that they have learned in school.
Also present during this ceremony were the Teacher Education faculty and school heads from partner primary and secondary schools.
Meanwhile, the three other branches also had its respective pinning ceremony schedule. Montevista with 103 Maragusan 134 and New Bataan with 96.