PCCR Attends CHED Seminar Workshop on Gender Sensitivity Teaching
By: Eduard M. Solomon | December 15, 2017
The Philippine College of Criminology (PCCR) sent delegates to the seminar-workshop, “Gender Sensitivity Teaching: Exploring a New Pedagogy”, organized by the Commission on Higher Education - National Capital Region (CHED-NCR) last November 22 and 23, 2017, at the Hotel Rembrandt, Quezon City. The seminar workshop which was attended by administrators and faculty of private higher education institutions in the NCR is part of CHED’s efforts to mainstream genderized curriculum, teaching and research across all disciplines.
PCCR delegates with Ms. Renifer Francisco, GAD Focal Person of CHED Regional Office IV and the resource speaker on Orientation and Awareness on Gender and Development (GAD) during the first day of the seminar-workshop
The delegates from PCCR were Prof. Recuerdo G. Lacsamana, Director for General Education, Prof. Rima Florentina D. Vicente and Prof. Ligaya V. Villanueva, who represented the teaching personnel. Also present were Human Resource Assistant Ms. Germesa Anne B. Gamo and Research Officer Ms. Jamilla L. Asalan, who attended as representatives of the Human Resources Development Division (HRDD) and the Research, Development and Publication Center (RDPC), respectively.
PCCR delegates with Dr. Cielo Abrenica-Barit, GAD Focal Person of CHED-NCR, after she delivered the lecture on Gender Sensitivity Training and Awareness on the second day of the seminar-workshop
For the writing workshop on instructional design using genderized approach, participants were divided into three disciplines: social sciences, humanities/languages and math/science and technology. Prof. Lacsamana joined the humanities/languages group, Prof. Villanueva was assigned with the math/science and technology group and Prof. Vicente, Ms. Gamo and Ms. Asalan worked with the faculty for the social sciences. Presentation of output were made on the second day of the seminar-workshop.
An echo seminar will be organized by the PCCR delegates for the faculty members of the College of Criminology and the General Education Division to share the insights learned. This will be the first step towards a new and genderized set of syllabi for the Bachelor of Science in Criminology curriculum for the academic year 2018-2019.