FEU conducts series of training for Basic Education Teachers

Far Eastern University- Center for Teaching, Learning, and Continuing Education (FEU-CTLCE) continues to champion basic education teaching through a series of lectures designed for master teachers, principals, teachers and guidance counselors based in Central Luzon.

“The mission of the FEU CTLCE is to find out about the best ways students learn to think, learn to love learning and learn integrity. Those three things are the core questions every teacher asks: how do we get our students to think? How do we get our students to love learning? How do we get our students to learn integrity?” shared Dr. Ma. Teresa Trinidad P. Tinio, Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs.

Renowned international lecturers led by the Hong Kong Institute of Education Dr. Tracey Alviar, Dr. Benjamin Chang, and Dr. Ronnel King shared insights on various techniques on critical thinking, teaching, and learning.

Dr. Victor T. Tabuzo, Coordinator of FEU-CTLCE, calls on teachers to participate in more training sessions of the center. “We will continue to partner with schools abroad in offering continuing education to teachers in the country, starting with those coming from schools Metro Manila and nearby provinces,” added Dr. Tabuzo.

The first symposium, “Critical Thinking Approach in Teaching” was held at FEU University Conference Center with Dr. Lim Chong Hin of the Taylor’s University of Malaysia. The forum was attended by almost two hundred attendees from 73 schools based in Metro Manila, Antipolo, and Rizal.


“Educating Adolescents in a Globalized World: Critical Issues of Citizenship, Identity, and Well-Being” was held at Holy Spirit Academy of Malolos, Bulacan. Dr. Theresa Martin of the Hongkong Institute of Education, Dr. Benjamin Chang and Dr. Ronnel King jointly discussed the topic attended by 102 educators from 32 schools covering areas of Bulacan, Pampanga, and Bataan provinces.

“Educating Adolescents in a Globalized World: Critical Issues”, held at FEU Mini Auditorium was facilitated by Dr. Theresa Martin, Dr. Benjamin Chang, and Dr. Ronnel King. Attendees were 226 master teachers, principals and guidance counselors from 101 schools from Manila, Las Piñas, Taguig, Quezon City, Pasig, San Juan, Caloocan, and Makati.


“Participatory Research and Innovations: Collaboration with Students, Faculty and Communities” was held recently with Dr. Regina Mapua Lim of Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom. Among its participants were 47 schools and 120 teachers.