Jan Gael V. Francisco, News, College of Communication
The College of Communication (COC) and the Graduate School (GS) signed the third phase of the CETV Caravan para sa Maynila last June 10 at Manila Education Center, Arroceros Park, City of Manila. It intends to mentor and train secondary, senior high school, Alternative Learning System (ALS) learners and teachers though trainings and workshops that will improve their skills in scriptwriting and producing instructional video materials.
More than 294,000 learners and an estimated 11,000 Manila teachers are expected to benefit from these desirable changes, as indicated in the MOA signed by PUP Vice President for Research, Extension, and Development (VPRED) Dr. Anna Ruby Gapasin and DepEd Manila Schools Division Superintendent Dr. Maria Magdalena Lim.
This extension project began before the pandemic as spearheaded by the Department of Broadcast Communication (DBC) and DepEd Manila. Challenges such as limited platforms available for all involved stakeholders were present, but these did not deter the engagement from being pursued and successfully implemented.
Extension Management Office Director Dr. Rolan Malvar representing OVPRED, Graduate School Associate Dean Dr. Marion Cresencio, College of Communication Dean Dr. Hemmady Mora, Department of Broadcast Communication and Master of Communication Chairperson Prof. Kim Bernard Fajardo, Faculty Extensionists Dr. Aimee Rose Manda and Dr. Edna T. Bernabe and officials from DepEd Manila joined the MOA Signing.
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