Batangas educators complete LEEP training45 public school teachers and principals from Sto. Tomas and Tanauan, Batangas will attend an intensive 3-day training designed to help them effectively use the K to 12 curriculum concepts in their classroom instruction.
The training called LEEP or Learning Effectively through Enhanced Pedagogies is an in service training program of Knowledge Channel Foundation, Inc. for public school teachers and principals equipping them with skills to teach using new and more effective teaching methodologies.
Sponsored by First Philippine Holdings, LEEP Batangas will be held from May 27 to 29, 2015 at the First Philippines Industrial Park, Tanauan, Batangas.
LEEP was designed by former Department of Education OIC Sec. Dr. Fe Hidalgo, currently KCFI's Consultant for Education.
It is programmed to guide teachers and principals in the application of the K to 12 curriculum to ensure that teaching approaches, technologies, and environments where students are active participants in turn ensuring learning is continuous and more effective. The training also includes the integration of Knowledge Channel learning materials in classroom discussions. The workshop participants will be required to conduct a teaching demo with their own students in attendance using the learnings they gained from LEEP.
At the end of LEEP, external hard drives containing hundreds of educational videos, interactive games and teaching modules of Knowledge Channel will be turned over to the attendees. Teachers can use the rich content of the hard drive even if they do not have any cable or DTT access to Knowledge Channel.
K Channel President and Executive Director Rina Lopez - Bautista will be attending the graduation ceremony and ceremonial turn over of hard drives.
Attached are materials for additional information about LEEP.: http://kchonline.ph/index.php/press-room/92-k-channel-holds-successful-leep-training-in-san-pablo
More information about K Channel: http://kchonline.ph/index.php/kcfi/about-the-foundation (Story/Photo by: Rommel Lopez)