UPOU celebrates National S&T Week with LBSCFI's Science Festival.

As part of the Los Baños Science Community, the UP Open University participated in the Los Baños Science Festival dubbed SyenSaya 2015, with the theme "Syensya at Kabataan: #WOWTLG" on 12-14 August 2015.

One of the flagship programs of the Los Baños Science Community Foundation Inc. (LBSCFI), Syensaya is the yearly celebration of the National Science and Technology Week. It is comprised of three major activities, namely, the Wonderama Exhibits, the Techno Forum, and the R&D Awarding and Closing Ceremonies.

SyenSaya 2015 officially opened on 12 August 2015 at the University of the Philippines Los Baños' E.B. Copeland Gymnasium. Dr. Casiano Abrigo, LBSCFI President and Executive Director of the UPLB Foundation, Inc., officially opened the three-day festival, which highlighted the importance of making science fun especially for the youth. In the same venue was Wonderama, a three-day exhibition of science discoveries and latest research breakthroughs by different LBSCFI member agencies and colleges of UP Los Baños. Wonderama was open to the public, especially to elementary pupils and high school students from the CALBARZON region.

The UP Open University booth featured the fun in online learning through Asst. Prof. Roel Cantada's virtual reality project entitled "San Diego Sim," which allows users to take on characters and explore aspects of Philippine History. Videos created by UPOU's Bachelor of Arts in Multimedia Studies (BAMS) and Master of Development Communication (MDC) students were looped for students to watch. Asst. Prof. Charise Reyes of the Faculty of Education also conducted several science fun games for students throughout the three-day exhibit.

The Techno Forum, LBSCFI's attempt at bringing technology closer to the public, was held on 13 August 2015 at the New College of Arts and Science (NCAS) Auditorium of UP Los Baños. This year's forum targeted barangay officials of Los Baños, Bay and Calamba, Laguna, and carried the theme "Datos at Impormasyon na nasa Ayos, Gabay ng mga Pinuno sa Pamamahalang Maayos." The forum discussed the use of Community-based Monitoring System (CBMS) in barangay development planning.

On the last day of SyenSaya 2015, the R&D Awarding and Closing Ceremonies were held at SEARCA's D.L. Umali Auditorium. The PARRFI R&D Award for Research Category was given to Dr. Rodel G. Maghirang and his team from the UPLB Institute of Plant Breeding for the research entitled "Variety Evaluation, On-farm Trials and Seed Production of Organic Vegetable in Southern Luzon." The PARRFI R&D Award for Development Category went to Dr. Herminigilda A. Gabertan and her team from the Bureau of Plant Industry-LBNCRDC for the project entitled "Development of Organic Seed Production System of Lowland Vegetables and Legumes at BPI-LBNCRDC and Strengthening Partnership in CALABARZON, MIMAROPA and Bicol Region."

After a video presentation of the highlights of SyenSaya 2015, Dr. Abrigo officially closed SyenSaya 2015. He congratulated and thanked everyone especially LBSCFI member agencies and SyenSaya 2015 committee members for their invaluable contribution to the success of the festival. (Anna Cañas-Llamas)

Professor Grace J. Alfonso recognized for her contributions as mass communication and multimedia practitioner, teacher, researcher, and administrator.

Dr. Grace Javier Alfonso has been appointed as Professor Emeritus by the University of the Philippines at the 1309th Meeting of the UP Board of Regents held on 22 July 2015.

Dr. Alfonso is on her third term as Chancellor of UP Open University. She witnessed the evolution of distance learning in the Philippines from the birth of UPOU in 1995 when she was then Dean of the UP Diliman School for Distance Education. She became the Director of the UPOU’s Audio-Video Teaching and Learning Laboratory (AVTELL) in 1999, the Director of the Multimedia Center in 2004 until she was appointed Chancellor in 2007.

As a recognized expert in e-learning, she is the appointed Chair of the CHED Technical Panel for Transnational and Distance Education, President of the Philippine Society for Distance Learning, the Executive Board Member of the Asian Association of Open Universities, and also a member of the International Council for Open and Distance Education.

The University of the Philippines has also bestowed upon her several awards as an academic and an artist. Her most recent award is being a three-time UP Arts Productivity Awardee. She was given the title UP Artist II for 2015-2017, UP Artist I from 2012-2014 and UP Artist I for 2009-2011. She is the 2013 Concepcion D. Dadufalza Awardee for Distinguished Achievement.

Dr. Alfonso was the first Chair of the Film and Audiovisual Communication Department and the first Director of the UP Film Institute.

As a teacher, she handles courses on mass communication, film, multimedia arts, and arts in the ASEAN. Among her mentors are now stalwarts in the film and broadcast industry.

Dr. Alfonso is now also making waves as an advocate of women empowerment and studies. She is the current President of the Asian Association for Women Studies (AAWS). Frequently invited as keynote speaker women’s studies forums, she has been recognized as one of the Champions in the Digital Literacy for Women Campaign.

She is also known as a visual artist. Her most recent art exhibitions included the Siningsaysay: Philippine History in Arts, Women Empowerment in the Philippines (2014) at the Araneta Center, Quezon City; Ïmages of Three Women: Claiming Space” (2014) at the Sandbox, UP Open University; and 2 Women Voices: Visual Conversations Multiplied at Philippine Center (2012) in New York. Dr. Alfonso is one of only two artists that have been permitted by the University of the Philippines to cast and create the iconic UP Oblation. She had the privilege to be the artist/sculptor for the UP Oblation for the UP Open University, UP Manila, and UP School of Health Sciences in Palo, Leyte. As a film director, she has also directed several television dramas, narrative features, documentaries, and educational videos, a large number of which are used as learning materials of UP Open University.

As a film critic, she has been an active member of the local film critics group Manunuri ng Pelikulang Pilipino since 1991 and of which she has served as Chair in 1996-1998, 2002-2003, and 2011 to present.

Her outstanding contributions as a teacher, her achievements, recognitions, awards, and her faithful service to the University of the Philippines all led to her appointment as a Professor Emeritus, a title she will hold for life. (Anna Cañas-Llamas)

UPOU researcher Luisa Gelisan and her team receive special award for their paper on web streaming lectures.

The paper titled "Best Practices for Web Streaming Lectures: The UPOU Multimedia Experience" was given an Award of Merit for the Best Practices of the Flexible Learning at the 2nd International Conference on Open and Flexible Education (ICOFE). The paper was presented in the conference by its senior author, Ms. Luisa A. Gelisan, University Researcher. She co-authored the paper with colleagues from Multimedia Center, Mr. Allan S. Nunez and Ms. Maria Amabelle G. Banasihan and from the ICT Development Office, Mr. Joseph Daniel E. Platon.

The paper shared the best practices documented by their team that provided technical support for web streaming activities in the university. Web streaming make possible for e-learners, especially those who cannot attend face-to-face learning activities, to view and review streamed sessions anytime, wherever they are.

Aside from Gelisan and Banasihan, there were 14 other faculty, research, extension and professional staff (REPS), and administrative staff members from UPOU who shared their research findings in the said conference that was held on 16-17 July 2015 at the Open University of Hong Kong, SAR China.

The theme of the 2nd ICOFE is Making Learning Mobile and Ubiquitous. It highlighted the approaches and means to adopt latest technologies and innovations to cater to the diverse needs of various learning communities. (Anna Cañas-Llamas)

14 Teachers from Quezon receive training and scholarships from UPOU and partners.

The Teacher Development Program Phase 5 (TDP5) held a training program on ICT Integration to Classroom Teaching for its teacher-scholars on 6-7 August 2015 at the Oblation Hall, UP Open University. Dean Melinda dP. Bandalaria, TDP Project Leader, said that the training program aims to contribute towards building the capabilities of our teachers through modern technologies and maximizing the use of the technology package not only in their studies but also in their teaching.

Sixteen public elementary and high school teachers from Quezon Province, particularly Mauban, Quezon participated in the training, which was facilitated in by Prof. Amelia Buan, a professor from the Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology, Iligan City.

The Teacher Development Program, which was initially implemented in 2005, was conceptualized, established, and supported by the Quezon Power (Philippines), Limited Co. (QPL); the local government unit of Mauban, Quezon under the leadership of Mayor Fernando “Dingdong” Llamas; the UP Open University; the UPOU Foundation, Inc.; and the Department of Education-Quezon Province. In 2008, Congressman Mark Enverga, also provided funds for the program, thereby extending the program’s benefits to teachers in District 1 of Quezon Province.

For this year, TDP5 scholarship grants were given to 14 public elementary and high school teachers. Aside from enrolling in a diploma program at UPOU (e.g. Diploma in Science Teaching; Diploma in Mathematics Teaching; Diploma in Social Studies Education, Diploma in Language and Literacy Education, and Diploma in Computer Science), the scholars shall also participate in other training programs.

Each scholar was also given a technology package consisting of a laptop, pocket Wi-Fi, and monthly Internet allowance. (Luisa A. Gelisan, Multimedia Center)

Local wood carvers transforms tree debris from Yolanda typhoon into works of art.

The UP Open University (UPOU) Faculty of Management and Development Studies (FMDS), led by Dr. Consuelo dL. Habito, organized the "UPOU Artists’ Seminar, Workshop and Forum 2015: Claiming spaces and sharing narratives – Wood and Humanity." This seminar, workshop and forum officially began on 08 July 2015 at the UPOU Community Hub in Los Baños, Laguna and culminated in a Woodcarving Exhibit and Competition and Artists’ Forum on 15 July 2015 at Centennial Center for Digital Learning, UPOU the UPOU Community Hub in Los Baños, Laguna.

The event was held as part of the 20th Anniversary celebration of the UP Open University, with support from the National Commission on the Culture and the Arts (NCAA), and the International Wood Culture Society (IWCS). The event aims to provide woodcarvers new insights from their peers and useful new techniques and skills that can help them to refine their craft and improve their livelihoods. In doing so, these artists can help bring out the beauty and importance of woodcarving as an art, even with pieces of wood that would otherwise be destined for the junk pile.

Participants included fifteen artists representing the woodcarving communities of Paete in Laguna, Betis of Guagua in Pampanga, and Hungduan in Ifugao, and two master woodcarvers from China, Master Lim Xueshan and Master Huang Yangxin.

The event included a seminar by Professor Gerry Leonardo of the Philippine High School for the Arts on the elements and principles of design, an inspirational video on the merits of collaboration, and field visits to view artwork and furniture by local artists Jun Yee and the late Jerry Araos, and a supplementary lecture from Professor Marc Cosico on stains and finishes helped the participants to jump-start their creativity before finally getting to work.

Each of the artists chose his own wood from piles of tree trunks and branches that were collected by the UPOU and UP Los Baños (UPLB) in the aftermath of Typhoon Glenda, and donated to the UPOU for this woodcarving workshop. Each of the woodcarvers worked to transform the logs and odd pieces of wood into unique solo pieces. Aside from their solo artworks, they also worked together to produce collaboration pieces involving at least two artists from different towns.

Mr. Dante Blanco from Betis, Guagua , Pampanga bagged the 1st Prize for his work "Mano Po." Mr. Felix "Kid" Baldemor from Paete, Laguna won 2nd Prize for his work "Unexpected Beyond." Mr. Ernesto Cagayat from Paete, Laguna won 3rd Prize for his work "Picture, Picture." All the winning pieces are featured at the Galeria Sinag of the UPOU Community Hub in Los Baños, Laguna. (Christine Marie Habito and Anna Cañas-Llamas)

Karen Felix Santos wins 2nd prize for her short video EPiC 10 in ASEAN video competition.

The short video EPiC 10 created by Karen Felix Santos, a senior UPOU Bachelor of Arts in Multimedia, was awarded the 2nd prize at the ASEAN Youth Video Contest 2015 as announced on 8 August 2015. The contest was organized through the collaborative efforts by the ASEAN, the ASEAN Foundation (with funding from the Government of the Philippines) and National Youth Council (NYC) Singapore.

EPiC 10 was the Philippines’ official entry to the said competition. The entries were judged on the basis of originality, content, and production quality. "I was elated upon learning I was chosen as one of the top 3 winners. Only Jesus made this possible. All entries are potential winners so we really could not guess," Ms. Santos said.

Ms. Santos first learned about the contest through an announcement posted on UPOU’s twitter account. "After checking it, I felt relief knowing ASEAN was only screening storyboards in the initial phase."

After her storyboard was chosen as one of top 9 submissions out of 66 entries received, Ms. Santos flew to Singapore in June for the video production training workshop. "The 4-day workshop in Singapore was amazing! Aside from the free airfare and accommodation, I also received an allowance worth around USD 500," she said.

The workshop was conducted by ASEAN, in partnership with the ASEAN-US Partnership for Good Governance, Equitable and Sustainable Development and Security (PROGRESS), funded through the United Agency for International Development and the U.S. State Department. It aimed to assist the finalists in transforming their storyboards into two-minute videos.

The storyboard for EPiC 10 was inspired by her advocacy in child welfare. "I had to highlight 3 current issues facing South East —natural calamities, human trafficking and illegal drugs," she explained.

"I believe I was given this opportunity to raise awareness on child-sex trafficking and its prevention. In addition to these issues, we’re all aware that natural calamities are part of our yearly struggles in the region but we always manage to rise," she added. The final video was animated and featured superhero characters, which she believes would resonate well with children.

Ms. Santos, who is currently an ESL teacher, was drawn to the flexibility that UPOU provides to its students. "My exposure to useful websites and software has equipped me in teaching. I feel more confident because I’m always updated with the latest trends through UPOU. All my professors are tech-savvy and intellectuals," she said. She hopes to become a multimedia strategist someday. (Anna Cañas-Llamas)

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UPOU Class of 2015 graduates with UP President as guest commencement speaker.

The University of the Philippine Open University conducted its 19th Commencement Exercises on 25 July 2015 at its headquarters in Los Baños, Laguna, with UP President Alfredo Pascual as the Commencement Speaker.

A total of 378 degrees were conferred this year to successful candidates in 2 undergraduate programs and 24 graduate programs. These graduates have successfully completed the requirements of their curriculum as of the Summer/3rd Trimester AY 2013-2014, 1st Semester/Trimester of AY 2014-2015 and 2nd Semester/Trimester of AY 2014-2015.

Fifty-four students have completed their undergraduate degree in Associate in Arts (49) and Bachelor of Arts in Multimedia Studies (5), while 324 successfully completed graduate degrees in Graduate Certificate in ASEAN Studies (4), Diploma in Computer Science (12), Diploma in Environment and Natural Resources Management (13), Diploma in International Health (38), Diploma in Land Valuation and Management (9), Diploma in Language and Literacy Education (30), Diploma in Mathematics Teaching (5), Diploma in Research and Development Management (14), Diploma in Social Studies Education (4), Diploma in Science Teaching (7), Master of Arts in Nursing (9), Master of Arts in Language and Literacy Education (3), Master of Development Communication (67), Master of Distance Education (10), Master of Environment and Natural Resources Management (18), Master of Information Systems (38), Master of Public Health (1), Master of Public Management (24), Master of Social Work (3 ), Doctor of Communication (2), and PhD in Education (4). Three of the graduates made it to the Chancellor’s List while 19 to the Dean’s List.

In her welcome remarks, Dr. Grace Javier Alfonso, Chancellor of UPOU, mentioned RA 10650 or the Open Distance Learning Act, which recognizes UPOU’s expertise and leadership in Open and Distance Learning. She credited the graduates for being part of the community of scholars that had contributed to this recognition. As graduates of UPOU, UPOU graduates "share the responsibility of being the ambassadors of quality of this mode of teaching and learning." Chancellor Alfonso encouraged the graduates to share the culture of open and distance e-learning with others. "In the end, what matters more is your ability to search for answers to your questions, your capacity to adjust to unexpected situations, and surmount whatever challenge life throws at you."

President Pascual’s message as guest speaker focused on internationalization. "For me, internationalization is about adopting an international outlook and aspiring for global competitiveness. From the perspective of UP as the country’s one and only national university, I look at internationalization as a means to enhance the University’s capability to serve our country and people. It is a strategy to help us achieve our vision of UP as a great university that has assumed leadership in helping develop a globally competitive Philippines." He cited some of UP’s major initiatives in internalization as well as UPOU’s contribution in this area as an open and distance learning institution. He congratulated the UPOU graduating class of 2015 and thanked the families of the graduates for all the support extended to the graduates.

Ms. Maria Rowena Raymundo (Master of Distance Education) graduated on top of her class with a GWA of 1.1. In her message on behalf of the graduating class, she expressed her overwhelming gratitude to the university, the teaching and non-teaching staff of UPOU, her fellow learners and the graduates’ loved ones. She encouraged her fellow graduates to pay forward what the University taught them and the subsidy extended to them by the Filipino people. "Our education was meant to hone our talents and skills, so that together with others, we can lead meaningful lives. Let us not waste what we have learned by keeping it in storage. We use it now, and we use it well. We use it well enough to make people sit up, take notice, and ask what university we have come from. In so doing, we make the University proud of us and become its best evidence of success."

A 5-minute fireworks display was set-off during the recessional, after a resonating rendition of UP Naming Mahal by the UPOU Chorale. (Anna Cañas-Llamas)

Faculties of Studies recognize academic achievements of Class 2015.

The UP Open University Faculties of Studies held their recognition programs for their graduates on 24 July 2015 at the UPOU Headquarters, Los Baños, Laguna.

Dr. Patricia Arinto, Dean of the Faculty of Education (FEd), welcomed the FEd graduating class of 2015 to their recognition rites held at the UPOU Oblation Hall. Five of the students graduated with honors, led by Maria Rowena D.R. Raymundo (Master of Distance Education), who made it to the Chancellor's List with an graded weighted average (GWA) of 1.10. She is also this year's top UPOU graduate. Students on the Dean's List were Doris R. Lana (Diploma in Language and Literacy Education), Cecilia C. Panadero (Graduate Certificate in Distance Education), Genevieve S. Aguinaldo (Diploma in Language and Literacy Education), and Renzdy A. Mejilla (Diploma in Science Teaching). In 2015, 49 graduated from the Associate in Arts program, 5 from the Diploma in Mathematics Teaching, 7 from the Diploma in Science Teaching, 4 from the Diploma in Social Studies Education, 30 from the Diploma in Language and Literacy Education, 6 from the Graduate Certificate in Distance Education, 10 from the Master of Distance Education, 5 from the Master of Arts in Education (Language and Literacy Education), 1 from the Master of Arts in Language and Literacy Education, 1 from the Master of Social Studies Education and 4 from the Doctor of Philosophy in Education. One hundred twenty-two students graduated from the Faculty of Education this year.

The Faculty of Information and Communication Studies (FICS), which dubbed its recognition program as "Pagpupugay sa Magsisipagtapos," was held at the UPOU Audio-Visual Room. Dean Melinda Bandalaria welcomed the graduates and the alumni who took the time to join the celebration. The FICS graduating class totaled 126 students – 5 from the Bachelor of Arts in Multimedia Studies (BAMS), 14 from the Diploma in Computer Science (DCS), 67 from the Master of Development Communication (MDC), 38 from the Master of Information Systems (MIS), and 2 from the Doctor of Communication (DCom). This year's top FICS graduate was Mae Isabelle T. Turiana (MIS) with a GWA of 1.146, making it to the Chancellor's List. She was given the Excellence in Information and Communication Studies Award and the Excellence in Information Systems Award. Other students were also given the following awards: Ryan B. Domingo (MDC) with Excellence in Communication, Ma. Criselda M. Estillore (DCS) with Excellence in Computer Science, and Honorio Q. Lua, Jr. (BAMS) with Excellence in Multimedia Studies. Other FICS students who made it to the Dean's List were Elizabeth S. Garcia (MDC), Marianna Alfa F. Pascua (MDC), Leonard M. Calma (MDC), Marilou B. Villa (MDC), Teresa S. Congjuico (MDC), Zyra Mae O. Bambico (MIS) and Maria Aiza A. Blanco (MIS).

The Faculty of Management and Development Studies (FMDS) recognized 130 graduates from 9 programs during their Recognition and Fellowship Program held at the CCDL Auditorium. Dean Inocencio Buot welcomed the graduates while Dr. Felix Librero, UPOU Professor Emeritus, delivered the message to the graduating class. Of the 130, 4 are graduates of the Graduate Certificate in ASEAN Studies (GCAS), 10 of the Diploma in Environment and natural Resources Management (DENRM), 38 of the Diploma in International Health (DIH), 9 of the Diploma in Land Valuation and Management (DLVM), 14 of the Diploma in Research and Development Management (DRDM), 9 of the Master of Arts in Nursing (MAN), 18 of the Master of Environment and Natural Resources Management (MENRM), 1 from the Master of Public Health (MPH), 24 from the Master of Public Management (MPM), and 3 from the Master of Social Work (MSW). The top FMDS graduate was France Guillian P. Bandigan (MENRM), a Chancellor's Lister with a GWA of 1.125. Other students recognized were the Dean's Listers, namely, Joy B. Domingo (DENRM), Michael P. de Leon (DIH), Jerome M. Adriano (DENRM), Melissa C. Bulao (DIH), Michelle Marie A. de Leon (DENRM), Arthur J. Lagbas (MENRM), and Julius R. Migriño, Jr. (DIH). (Anna Cañas-Llamas)

UPOU offers free courses on Business Process Management and Business Communication anew.

In time with the celebration of the ICT Month this June, the UP Open University announces the re-run of the free online courses for the Business Processes Outsourcing (BPO) industry. As a starter, two courses will be made available to everyone interested on 6 June 2015. These are the Fundamentals of Business Processes Outsourcing or Management 101 (BPO/BPM101) and Service Management Business Communication (BUSCOM). Each course will have two parts with each part running for six weeks. The courses are delivered as massive open online courses (MOOC), which means that they are open free of charge to anyone interested.

BPM101 and BUSCOM are part of the online Service Management Program (eSMP), which has been developed to increase the talent pool for the BPO industry. The BPO industry has made a significant contribution to the Philippine economy by generating jobs for many Filipinos and placing the country at the forefront of the service industry. One major component of eSMP is the Teachers’ Track, wherein teachers will be equipped about the course content and how to teach the same courses.

Three more eSMP courses are scheduled for offering for free within the year: Service Culture; Fundamentals of Business Processes Outsourcing 102 (BPO/BPM102); and Critical Thinking. Offering free online courses is in line with UPOU’s advocacy of making education inclusive for broader economic growth.

eSMP is a collaborative undertaking of the UPOU and the IT Business Process Association of the Philippines (ITBPAP) with funding from the Asian Development Bank (ADB). The courses can be accessed at For more information, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

UPOU and partners officially launch Teacher Development Program Phase 5 (TDP5) in Mauban, Quezon.

Teacher Development Program Phase 5 (TDP5), a project to continuously upgrade the knowledge and skills of mathematics, science, language and computer science teachers was launched in Mauban, Quezon. This program provides scholarship grants to selected public elementary and high school teachers from Mauban, Quezon.

A TDP5 scholar shall enroll in one of the following graduate programs of the University of the Philippines Open University: Diploma in Science Teaching; Diploma in Mathematics Teaching; Diploma in Language and Literacy Education; at Diploma in Computer Science. The scholar shall also undergo training programs, such as ICT Integration for Teaching.

The Teacher Development Program, which was initially implemented in 2005, was conceptualized, established, and supported by the Quezon Power (Philippines) Ltd. (QPL); the local government unit of Mauban, Quezon under the leadership of Mayor Fernando "Dingdong" Llamas; the UP Open University; the UPOU Foundation, Inc.; and the Department of Education-Quezon Province. In 2008, Congressman Mark Enverga, also provided funds for the program, thereby extending the program’s benefits to teachers in District 1 of Quezon Province.

Dr. Melinda dP. Bandalaria, Dean of the Faculty of Information and Communication Studies and the program leader of TDP, said that as of 2014, the program have given scholarship grants to 149 teachers. More than 100 of them have already finished their graduate degree programs.

The TDP5 was launched during the Teachers Congress that was held in Mauban Gymnasium on 20 May 2015. Present at the program launch were the people instrumental in establishing and sustaining TDP. They were Mayor Llamas of Mauban; Mr. Chuckie Rivera of Quezon Power (Philippines) Ltd.; Dr. Seledonio Balderas – representative of Dr. Tolentino G. Aquino, DepEd-Quezon Schools Division Superintendent; and Dr. Bandalaria. More than 400 individuals --district superintendents, principals, school officials, and teachers -- from various public elementary and high schools participated in the congress.

In the same event, the following TDP scholars who have recently finished their degree programs from UPOU were cited for their accomplishments:

  • Ms. Joy L. Barrago, Diploma in Science Teaching
  • Mr. Christopher A. Cabuyao, Diploma in Science Teaching
  • Mr. Wilson S. Martinez, Diploma in Computer Science
  • Ms. Melanie V. Mirandilla, Diploma in Mathematic Teaching
  • Ms. Clarissa C. Serrano, Diploma in Science Teaching

(Luisa A. Gelisan)