St. Dominic College of Asia (SDCA) in collaboration with the Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office (PENRO), spearheaded a Mangrove planting activity with the theme "Mangrove Can Save Lives" conducted at Brgy. Sineguelasan, City of Bacoor, November 23, 2013.
SDCA planted 3,000 mangrove propagules. These were added to the propagules planted in the area for a total of 40,000 mangroves.
November 27, 2013, when the Tikim-tikim Buffet Challenge was held. Each schools started to set-up their booths at around 7:00 in the morning. They are given almost 2 hours of preparation during that day but a day before the said event occurred, they already started getting ready for the competition, they had their draw lots for their booth numbers and preparation of their cuisines. They were also oriented by Chef Ed of SIHTM about the mechanics of the competition.
St. Dominic College of Asia’s School of Education sponsored the 3rd World Council for Curriculum and Instruction (WCCI) National Student Chapter Conference on September 28, 2013 with the theme: Impact, Varied Roles and Challenges of Future Teachers on the K-12 Enhanced Basic Education Program. This was conducted at the Meralco Multipurpose Hall, Ortigas Ext. Avenue, Pasig City.
Around two hundred eighty (280) student-teacher delegates and thirty teachers from twenty- eight public and private institutions in the Philippines participated in the said confab. Dr. Marita Andaman –Rillo , founding President of SDCA gave the Welcome Address. Dr. Carolina P. Danao, SDCA Quality Assurance Director and President of the Teachers’ Organization of the Philippines (TOP) introduced the guest speaker, Dr. Elena Ruiz, former Assistant Secretary of Education.
The World Council for Curriculum and Instruction (WCCI) extends its International Student Practice Teaching Program in the Formation of Global Educators through a partnership between Maepra Fatima School in Bangkok, Thailand and St. Dominic College of Asia.
Glorimae Jordan, Angela Camille Valdizno, Maria Joahna Gonzales and Catherine Aguilar are the student-teachers participating in the International Partnership Program which started November 20 and will end December 20 this year. The program gives them the opportunity to teach English to Thai kinder pupils, including students up to Level 8.
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