July 22, 2020

Faculty Trains on Academic Module Writing

The webinar series which kicked off on June 30, 2020 continues as the University focuses on student-centered education, initiating community online, and navigating the transition to different modes of instruction.

By Media Relations Office

After the training on buiding educational structure using Google G Suite which empowered the faculty and students with the necessary tools and communication platforms in the new set-up of the education system, a webinar on module writing took place on July 21, 2020.  Its aim is to help the faculty prepare modules, assessment methods, and other course materials necessary for online and blended delivery modes of teaching and learning.

The resource speakers on the webinar were Mr. Marlon B. Santos who discussed the instructional material for virtual learning environment, Mr. Paul Anthony B. Mendoza who took charge on the topic of transitioning to the new normal through effective module writing, and Atty. Nenita DC. Tuazon who had a lecture on an overview of plagiarism in the academe.  After their informative and enlightening lectures, the three experts delightfully responded to questions pitched by the participants.  Meanwhile the University President, Dr. Cecilia S. Navasero-Gascon, also took part during the Q and A as she shed light on inquiries on how the modules will be distributed to the students.  In addition, she made mention that it is expected that the modules will be ready by the first week of September.

Indeed, there is so much to learn in each series of the webinar which may highlight the resources and practices to support continuity of learning of the most important stakeholder of the University, the students, amidst the pandemic.