By Ramir Philip Jones V. Sonsona, DA, USTP CDO CSTE DTL Sped
Screengrab during the presentation of results on the performance of CSTE students in the LET
The College of Science Technology and Education (CSTE) conducted an online Learning Continuity Review (LCR) last April 5, 2021, via Google Meet. This is to improve the performance of students in the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET).
The activity is geared toward the presentation of the 2021 Results of the Learning Continuity Review and to establish the 2021 Plans of the college. The online LCR was conducted among CSTE students in the last 2nd Semester of 2020 – 2021. This was done on a series of Saturdays ensuring students’ participation and involvement.
Dr. Laila S. Lomibao, Dean of CSTE emphasized the efforts of the college in attaining a niche in the LET and becoming a Center of Development and even Center of Excellence in Teacher Education by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).
Presentations were made on the performance of CSTE students in the LET. Dr. Charito G. Ong of the Department of Teaching Languages and Special Education presented data for General Education (GenEd). While for Professional Education and Mathematics ratings, Dr. Janneth Q. Rondina showed the results.
Difficulties encountered by Education students were also identified
Meanwhile, the results for Science were delivered by Ms. Prosibeth G. Bacarisas while Ms. Joan Grace Q. Duero delivered the Technology and Livelihood Education results. LET performance for the past school years was tabulated and the difficulties encountered by Education students were also identified.
The triumphs and challenges were discussed by the faculty members in attaining the much-needed objectives of the Learning Continuity Review. It was Dr. Ruvel J. Cuasito who proposed the LCR framework when he assumed office as Vice Chancellor for Student and Academic Affairs (VCASA) of USTP CDO. Dr. Rondina initiated the planning session for 2021 and proposed to intensify the LET review.
The Learning Continuity Review aims to describe the assurance of learning retention on the courses embedded in a curricular program with which knowledge and skillset are established in every student.