Rollout!Moveout!

The BSU iSchools team conducted the CILC and ICT4BE Training simultaneously in three public high schools in La Union – Acao National High School (ANHS), Cuenca National High School (CNHS) and San Luis National High School (SLNHS).

 

This marks the start of a series of travels to provide computer and internet literacy trainings to the second batch of iSchools recipients. The first cut of the training was held on September 4-6, while the second cut was on September 11-12. This scheme has to be done to allow more time for the participants to absorb what have been learned in the sessions and then they still have some free time to practice and finish the assignments given by the resource speakers. Their outputs were presented on the last day of the training program.

The five-day training provided the teachers of San Luis National High School in Pugo, La Union with basic competencies in operating the computer, various computer applications and the internet.

The five-day training provided the teachers of San Luis National High School in Pugo, La Union with basic competencies in operating the computer, various computer applications and the internet.

The team of July Ann Dugat, Chrisando Paza, Mario Diaz and Marife Carpio took charge of CNHS; the team of Lito Ayokkad, Sheryl Fernando, Oliver Tabdi and Ronald Estrada went to SLNHS; while the team of Frevy Teofilo, Cesar Degay, Mandy Ulat and Apler Bansiong were assigned at ANHS.

The five-day training involved sessions in familiarizing participants with computer hardware, file management, the Linux Operating System, and providing basic competencies in using Writer, Impress and Calc. They will also be taught about information security, computer ethics and getting connected to the world wide web (www).

On the final day of the training, the participants carried out a planning workshop to develop a system of support for sustaining the program and to create a school technology plan.

 
Despite being the eldest in the group, Ma'am Virginia Calletong persevered to learn all the basics to become computer literate during the CILC training at Cuenca National High School in Pugo, La Union

Despite being the eldest in the group, Ma'am Virginia Calletong persevered to learn all the basics to become computer literate during the CILC training at Cuenca National High School in Pugo, La Union.

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