Nature’s Spring Foundation, PBSP to Ink Scholarships MOA

The Nature’s Spring Foundation, Inc. (NSFI), in partnership with the Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP), is set to sign a scholarship program agreement with CITE today July 29 via Zoom at 2:30 p.m. to help five scholars under the diploma programs. The grant includes tuition and fees, school uniform subsidy, and allowances. The said […]

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CITE To Adopt Flexible Learning Mode

As classes for incoming diploma program students are set to open on August 24, CITE considers the flexible learning mode as the best teaching-learning delivery modality that complies with health standards and meets the unique situation posed by COVID-19 pandemic. In a one-and-a-half hour webinar entitled “Facilitating eLearning Sessions” on July 17, 2020, seven trainers […]

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Trainers Attend Online eLearning Training

In keeping with its commitment to help educators become effective facilitators of online learning, TESDA, Lahug Cebu through National TVET Trainers Academy – TESDA conducted a multiplier session in Facilitating eLearning for TVET Instructors on June 22-26, 2020. Participants from different tech-voc institutions underwent a five-day online training which aimed at enhancing their teaching capability […]

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Novena to St. Josemaria Escriva: Day 8 – Formation

DAY EIGHT “’If you remain in my word, you will truly be my disciples, and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.’” John 8:31 – 32 REFLECTION Formation: “You must always have, in everything, the same ‘sentiment’ as the Church. For this, you must acquire the spiritual and doctrinal training […]

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Novena to St. Josemaria Escriva: Day 7 – Apostolate

DAY SEVEN “Jesus said to Simon, ‘Do not be afraid; from now on you will be catching men.’ When they brought their boats to shore, they left everything and followed him.” Luke 5:10 – 11 REFLECTION Apostolate: “I have constantly preached about this opportunity that is both supernatural and human and which is offered by […]

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Meet: 11 Successful Cebuano Entrepreneurs

Success is a term that cannot be defined easily simply because its definition may differ from one person to another. For example, my friend believes that success is when you get to relax in a house somewhere in the province far away from the city life. Another friend of mine sees success as having the […]

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How Dynamic Learning Program Revolutionized Learning

When public schools in Cagayan de Oro were hit by the brunt of tropical storm Sendong in 2012, schools resorted to a teaching methodology that responded to the call of times. No homework. Minimal face-to-face/in-person classes. Activity-based seatwork. Yet, the new learning method churned out high-scoring students instead of high school dropouts. Photo taken from […]

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Finding the Right Mix

As educators, we are always challenged by the complexity of teaching-learning process. That is why we continuously adapt to the demands of our time when it calls for a change. Year after year, students with different learning styles and background flock into our school bringing with them diverse experiences and personalities. Here we provide them […]

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Go Out to the Whole World

Gospel (Mt 28:16-20) Now the eleven disciples went to Galilee, to the mountain to which Jesus had directed them. And when they saw him they worshiped him; but some doubted. And Jesus came and said to them, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of […]

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Stepping Up the Efforts to Combat COVID-19

In the backdrop of COVID-19 crisis, some of our local government unit officials have remained steadfast in ensuring an uninterrupted roll-out of basic services in their barangays. Though it looks like all in a day’s work for them, our local officials have also put their lives at stake just to reach out to constituents who […]

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Feeding Efforts To Help Affected Families

As COVID takes a toll in Cebu City, local government units are constantly tipping the balance between preventing the contagion of the disease and ensuring access to food for children and affected families. CITE responds to the challenge by funneling cash and in-kind donations from friends to daily feeding programs called Project Soup Kitchen to […]

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