By Sem. Philip Neri Seares
The Saint Joseph Seminary (SJS) Faculty attended an in service training (INSET) conducted by the PEAC (Private Education Assistance Committee) through a series of Zoom meetings from November 23 until November 28.
The INSET included topics on Reappropriating the Alignment Framework Assessment in a Flexible Class, the Important Role of Formative Assessment in a Flexible Class and Strategies in Handling a Flexible Class. Workshops were also done on Preparation of the Flexible Instruction and Delivery Plan (FIDP), Creation of Flexible Classroom and Presentation of the FIDP in the created flexible classroom.
The INSET which is conducted annually, is usually done face-to-face under normal circumstances. It was, however, modified into Zoom Meetings after careful deliberation and consideration of health protocols due to the COVID 19 pandemic. INSET is an important activity for the continuing education of teachers after their formal training in college. This adds to what they already know and at the same time raises the quality of their teaching for the benefit of their students.
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