UNO-R sponsors seminar

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University of Negros Occidental- Recoletos, College of Education hosted a two-day seminar- workshop on revisiting principles and criteria of classroom assessment in all levels & designing and development of licensure examination questions this January 31 & February 1, 2011 at the Presidents Hall.

(in photo: Fr. Alve; Dr. Corpuz and Dr. Posecion)

Brenda B. Corpuz, PhD. A Magna cum Laude, with the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education, MA Ed-Biology, and Ph.D. in Education from Saint Louis University, Baguio City (SLU). She is the Former Officer-In-Charge of the Board for Professional Teachers, PRC. former Chairman of the Technical Panel for Teacher Education- Secondary of the Commission on Higher Education; Consultant to the Department of Education for Basic Education Sector Reform Agenda (BESRA) for School-Based Management; Former Dean and Professor of the University of Cordilleras and St. Louis University, Baguio City. PRC awarded her twice with a 5-STAR PRC Award. She authored two manuals in Community Immersion and Student Observation and Participation and Manual for Field Study 2 and also co-authored 6 books in Professional Education used Nationwide and participated by 15 different schools.

1st day of the seminar will tackle the Assessment with the Leaner in Mind, Traditional and Assessment in the Affective Domain and Authentic Assessment and Scoring Rubrics including Assessment in the Affective Domain. The day will end with the presentation of workshops outputs.

The 2nd day will focus on the Tools in Assessing Course-Related Knowledge & Skills, and For Measuring Reasoning & Problem Solving Skills and Constructing good Selected-response and Constructed Response types of test with focus on Board Exam Items. Certificates will be awarded by Ofelia T. Posecion, Phd and UNO-R VP-Academics Fr.Joel A. Alve, OAR.

The seminar was hosted by Ms. Anelia Batinda-an and Mr. Remus Magbanua.

Reported by: Jan Ajero and Cheressa Sanchez

Carlos Legaspi,Jr.
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