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UPD General Education Conference 2012

The Conference

17 October 2012

Time Topic Speaker
9:30 Opening Remarks Vice Chancellor Benito Pacheco
9:45 Keynote Address : Revisiting the UP GE Program VP for Academic Affairs Gisela P. Concepcion
10:15 The UPD GE Program and the UPD Language Policy Dr. Rosario Torres-Yu
11:00am The CHED GE Program Dr. Ma. Cristina Padolina
Reaction Prof. Michael Tan
1:30 PM K-12 and the UPD GE Program Dr. Dina Ocampo
Reaction Dr. Ma. Milagros Laurel
2:30 pm Science, Technology and Society: Challenges and Opportunities Dr. Benjamin Vallejo Jr.
3:00pm Aesthetic Literacy and Changing Education Paradigms Prof. Flaudette May Datuin
4:00 pm Anyo ng Mapanuring Pag-iisip at Kompas na Pangmoral sa Philo 1
4:30pm Mainstreaming Disaster Mitigation, Adaptation and Preparedness Strategies through the General Education Program Dr. Benito Pacheco & Dr. Mark Albert Zarco

18 October 2012

Time Topic Speaker
10:00am Survey on Level of Awareness and Initiatives of the K-12 Program in Higher Education in UPD
10:30 am Ang Pagtuturo ng Kas I sa Panahon ng K+12
What GE Teachers Can Glean from UPCAT Results : Lessons Learned and Insights Gained from the Reading and Language Tests Prof. Lalaine Aquino
2:30 pm Math and GE:Why is Mathematics Part of Liberal Education? Dr. Fidel Nemenzo
3:00 pm Liberal Education, Change, and the Humanities : Issues in the 21st Century Prof. Robin Daniel Z. Rivera
4:00pm Synthesis Vice Chancellor Ronald Banzon
4:30 pm Closing Remarks Vice Chancellor Benito Pacheco




Invitation

Memorandum OVCAA 2012 -023

For : All Deans, Directors and Heads of Units

Subject: UPD General Education Conference 2012 Preregistration



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