SBC faculty garner awards in int’l research conference

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Luceat lux vestra in mundo!

These words captured the experience of two Bridgetine faculty as they presented researches and garnered awards in the 1st World Conference on Education, Law, and Technology (WCELT) 2019 in Almeroz Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand, January 30-31, 2019.

Prof. Amor L. Borbon, Institutional Research Planning and Publications (IRPP) officer, garnered the Best Abstract in Education Award and Best in Oral Presentation for her research titled “Appraisal of Multicultural Education in Higher Education: The Case of St. Bridget College.”

On the other hand, Dr. Imelda B. Vergara, Education Program Chairperson, was adjudged Best in Oral Presentation for her research presentation on Synergy in Trifold Functions of Teacher Education Faculty as Basis for Performance Intensification Framework. She also served as session chair in one of the conference sessions.

The said mentors presented their studies together with other researchers and presenters from Thailand, Indonesia, Pakistan, Vietnam, Bangladesh, and Philippines.

Aside from research presentations, the mentors, together with other participants, also had the opportunity to visit Thammasat University, one of the best known and respected institutions in Thailand and second oldest university in the country, for benchmarking.  They also explored the city and neighboring places in a tour to its popular tourist destinations.

The event was organized by the International Organization of Educators and Researchers, Inc. (IOER). Highlighting the theme “Amalgamation of Knowledge Across the Globe Towards Success”, it intended to intensify collaboration, expand partnership and share innovative ideas, practices, experiences and research results from various disciplines.

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Collera, Encepto, Matienzo dominate the Philippine Association for Teachers and Educators Region IV- CALABARZON 11th Annual Quiz Bee

Bridgetines shine throughout CALABARZON!

Proving their excellence, Jean Valerie Collera, Sharlaine Jaide Encepto, both BSEd4, and Jannelle Matienzo, BEEd4, dominated the PAFTE Quiz Bee 2018 held at Sta. Rosa City Multi- Purpose Complex, Laguna, Sept. 27.

With the theme “CALABARZON Pre- Service Teachers as Shapers of the 21st Century Learners”, 82 schools from all over the region participated the celebration. 17 schools were from the province of Cavite, 24 from Laguna, 19 from Batangas, and 11 schools from Rizal and Quezon province.

Out of 72 competing schools in the Education Quiz Bee, St. Bridget College bagged first place while Laguna State Polytechnic University- San Pablo ranked second place and Leon Guinto Memorial College- Quezon got third place.

The winners of Quiz Bee received trophy, cash prize and certificates of recognition.

Prior to the quiz bee, the celebration started with the seminar about the trends and updates in education.

In her talk, Jenny V. Jocson, Senior Program Manager of Philippine National Research Center for Teacher Quality (RCTQ) at Philippine Normal University, emphasized the importance of Paradigm Shift in education.

“If you think being a teacher is easy, you are gravely mistaken. We keep on forgetting what have changed. Our system of education has changed so as a teacher, you must also change your approaches and strategies. That’s what we call the Paradigm Shift,” she said.

Jocson also discussed the Philippine Professional Standards for Teachers (PPST) and stressed that it will be used to evaluate new teachers, so they must attain the competencies required by it. She also emphasized that being a teacher is not all about knowledge but also skills.

– Sharlaine Jaide M. Encepto, BSEd4

We are the Champion.  Sharlaine Jaide Encepto, Jean Valerie Collera and Janelle Matienzo, with their coach, Dr. Imelda Vergara proudly smiling after receiving their trophy and certificates for being the champion of the 11th PAFTE Quiz Bee, Sept. 27.

IBED gives back through Christmas outreach activities

Filled with gratitude to God for all the blessings received throughout the year, the Integrated Basic Education Department (IBED)  gave back through its annual outreach activities.

DECEMBER 15 – Around 80 children coming from SBC’s adopted communities of Libjo, Malitam and Brgy. 1 and 2, felt the spirit of Christmas as Student Council Office (SCO) and Bridgetine Integrated Student Association (BISA) officers together with class and club officers organized a Christmas party for them.

In her message to the children, Mrs. Rossana Bagon, IBED principal, emphasized that there is Christmas because of Jesus. The children were also entertained by song and dance numbers of Bridgetines. Jollibee mascot also brought fun as it danced and mingled with the children. After the program, cheers coming from the children playing different parlor games filled the atmosphere. Snacks were also served to the children prior to the distribution of goods.

As the students were bringing joy to the children, the faculty also brought Christmas cheers to the 100 members of the Basic Ecclesial Community, another adopted community of SBC. Prior to gift giving, an advent recollection facilitated by Bro. Ronnie Gool and  parlor games facilitated by the teachers took place.

In the afternoon, the outreach activity for 150 special women of the Gabayan Program commenced through a Holy Mass presided by Rev. Fr. Gerard Macalinao.  The faculty prepared a simple program, games and snacks for them. Goods were also given to the attendees.

DECEMBER 20 – Spreading the Christmas spirit to a wider community, the faculty reached out to 60 patients in the Batangas Medical Center, 75 women inmates in the Batangas City Jail and 150 inmates in the provincial jail. In the city jail, a prayer service that reminds the love of God to each of His creation was conducted. Some inmates were in tears during the prayer service. A Holy Mass was celebrated in the provincial jail. Goods were given to the inmates and patients.

Through the generosity of the students and their parents, IBED employees and the administration, the outreach activities for this school year were materialized.

J. MEDINA

SCO and BISA officers perform a number for the children.

Special women compete in the ball relay.

Family Day 2018 highlights talents of pupils and parents, strengthens family bond

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Five hundred eighty-four family members and pre-elementary pupils discovered the joy of togetherness during the pre-elem family day, November 17.

Dressed in their chosen career costumes, pre-kinder and kinder pupils and their family members attended the Holy Mass in the Basilica of Immaculate Concepcion.  Rev. Fr. Aurelio Dimaaapi, mass presider, highlighted the significance of family day and showed appreciation to the effort of the school to give time for families to be together.

This was followed by a program which highlighted the talents of the pupils and the parents as well. Dressed in their school uniform, “Give Thanks” was interpreted by select pre-elem pupils as opening prayer. Amidst their eager parents, pre-elem pupils in their chosen career costume sashayed from the back of the auditorium to the stage. The children’s career costume varied as they became young nun, priests, beauty queen, bank manager, doctors, nurses, law enforcers, soldiers, engineers, architects, pilot, flight stewardess, scientist, astronaut, firefighters, chefs and teachers. One-hundred seventy-seven pupils expressed their gratitude to their parents through the song “Journey”. Songs expressing their hopes and dreams were likewise rendered by each section. Pre-elem pupils also wowed their audience with  recent dance hits such as “Bam”.

A lively dance number coming from the parents brought memories of their younger years. The singing families were also applauded by the audience with their interpretations of their own chosen songs.

Blue, yellow, green and red colors competed in varied games. Green had a head start as their team placed 1st in the flag raising. Ping-Pong challenge was won by red team. Yellow team landed first in the “tied-up relay” while the Blue team won the “fish relay” challenge. All tied with 10 points each, the last game, the hula-hoop relay became the deciding game. With only few seconds ahead with red team, the yellow team came up triumphant and was declared champion of Family Day 2018.

Rosary tokens were given to each family believing that a family that prays together, stays together.

In the welcome message of Mrs. Rossana Bagon, IBED principal, she stressed that the family plays an important role in the growth of the children. She said that family day can strengthen family bond and conducting one is the way of the school to help the children.

SBC Senior High School Exposure – Pioneer Clinical Laboratory & Medical Clinic, Inc.

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SBC Senior High School Exposure – Montenegro lines

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