Immerse yourself in a comprehensive and professional enhancement training at the Philippine Science Centrum or in your region. Learn from our pool of science resource persons the effective strategies in making your teaching of science highly interactive and integrative.
This teacher professional development program awards certificate of participation in training courses 8 to 24 hours in length.
Teaching Device Based on Science Centrum Exhibits
By: Engr. Roland Moya
Head, Exhibit Research
Science Centrum Fabrication, Inc.
This demonstrates that the interactive science exhibits are ideal teaching aids since they correlate to Department of Education’s learning competencies in Science. Teacher- participants will produce exhibit prototypes based on Philippine Science Centrum’s exhibit development process.
Teaching Science Thru Art: Create Your Own Science Books
By: Ms. Alice A. Panares
National Educators Association of the Philippines
The “Create Your Own Science Books” module presents a very creative way of assessing the science concepts learned by the students for a scientific topic of his/her choice.
Interactive Learning System: Concept and Tools
By: Mr. Narciso Mefragata,
Teachers will do 20 experiments on measurement, electricity, magnetism, circuits and switches using the Simple Universal Kit. Each experiment can be done in teachers’ own classroom for teaching a particular science concept. At the end of the lecture, the teacher-participants are expected to upgrade knowledge on improve educational mechanism that will effectively teach scientific concepts ad skills to students focus on the actual tinkering of simple experiments.
Hands-On Minds-On Microscale Chemistry (Laboratory in A Box (LaB)
by Prof. Cora Salumbides
DOST Balik Scientist 2009
Teachers will use the LaB that contains a manual of activities/experiments, apparatuses that are reusable and chemicals that are not hazardous to students and environment. It is designed as a carry-all kit transportable from classroom to classroom. The activities can be performed not necessarily on laboratory tables but on any flat surface like the students’ desks. One Lab is designed for a teacher’s class of 50 students.
For workshops schedules, please see Department of Education Advisory No. 501 series of 2011.
For more queries, please feel free to contact Ms. Luis Lesigues or Ms. Cheryl Mulat at (02) 942-5091 or 942-4137.