- May 29, 2015 2:03 PM
To be able to design and provide appropriate assessment tools, to effectively measure students’ developments and abilities, and to ensure learners’ success by facilitating effective assessment are some of the goals of the seminar, “Assessment for Productive Learning”, held at the College Auditorium last May 26. Organized by the head of the Faculty and Development, Dr. Raymond Q. Datuon, the guest speaker was Dr. Ronnel B. King, a professor from Hongkong University and a former colleague of the college president, Dr. Dory Poa, at the National University of Singapore.
The said seminar was participated in by teachers from preschool, elementary, and junior and senior high schools. To make the seminar interactive, teachers were asked to give examples of their assessment activities or tools used in the classroom in accordance to Bloom’s Taxonomy. Dr. King motivated the teachers to employ assessment that encourages students to evaluate materials, to think critically, and to create or compose such as essay writing, role playing, video presentation, and illustrations. According to the speaker, the highest level of learning must often be the focus of assessment in relation to the development of 21st century skills. Dr. King differentiated formative and summative assessments. Furthermore, examples for each type of assessment were presented. In fact, he even showed the uses of these assessments in video excerpts from the movie, Harry Potter. Aside from these, he also presented system of evaluating students’ works such as his own rubrics that he used in grading essays. The talk challenges the teachers to unify instruction and assessment to keep track the learning standards in these modern times.
Dr. Poa graced the event and awarded the Certificate of Appreciation to Dr. King. The seminar was hosted by Mr. Michael Ong, Biology teacher from Junior High School. The seminar was a success through the supervision of the Faculty and Development Office, and the assistance of Junior High School Department and Guidance and Counseling Services.
by: Brenda R. Ong
- February 3, 2015 9:46 AM
- November 21, 2014 2:20 PM
The Technology and Livelihood Education (TLE) department of Chiang Kai Shek (CKS) College's Office of Academic Affairs - English Instruction organized a culminating event that showcased the outcome of four years' worth of TLE lessons on cookery and food presentation by Grade 10 students on November 21, 2014 at the main campus Phase 1 lobby.
The special activity allowed students to TLE instructor Mrs. Ma. Cristina B. De Los Reyes evaluated tenth-grade students according to knowledge, skills, and competencies. The students were then organized into teams responsible for food preparation, cooking, and presentation. For teams with advanced skill levels, Mrs. De Los Reyes assigned dishes that require relative difficulty in planning and execution. The students were graded according to individual effort, team effort, and project outcome.
The lively presentation featured teams assigned with serving the prepared dishes, pinatas for the enjoyment of younger students. The tenth-grade class also presented Dr. Poa baked sweets in honor of her birthday in the same week. Special thanks to the drumming team that supported the TLE class activity.
Information courtesy of TLE department's Ms. Zenaida A. Borja and Mrs. De Los Reyes.
Photos courtesy of CKS College MIS, Jayvee Catungal and Jaystyn Yu
- January 22, 2015 1:35 PM
Ace of Spades and Jerry Cheng present an uplifting music video featuring highlights of the Chiang Kai Shek College 75th Anniversary Unity Walk and Evening of Festivities in October 2014.
- December 2, 2014 3:01 PM
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