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LEaDTEA spearheads teacher quality training

by Glorelyn L. Alejandro
Secondary School Teacher II, 
English DepEd Lucena, 
Mayao Parada Agricultural IHS
November 16, 2019

LEaDTEA Officers, headed by its president Mr. Angelo S. Villanueva, Quickstart Center for Research and Professional Development, Sentinel Times Newspaper, ASV Talents and Tutorial Center, and Bubbles’ Crispy Pata Restaurant, and the participants of the training.


Lucena East District Teachers and Employee Association (LEaDTEA), in partnership with Quickstart, Sentinel Times and ASV Talents and Tutorial Center, holds a a training seminar focusing on uplifting teacher quality in various scope in education on Friday, November 15, 2019.

Attended by 45 participants from the East District of the Division of Lucena, the training seminar entitled, Teacher Quality:Training Workshop on Writing Publishable Research and News Article; and School Remediation Program Development Across Learning Areas was conducted mainly to equip the teachers with guiding principles on “applying theory and innovative ideas into practice”.

Various refutable resource speakers facilitated the lecture presentation and workshops.

LEaDTEA President and lead proponent of the training, Mr. Angelo S. Villanueva, emphasized the significance of teacher quality in producing quality learners as he encouraged the participants to try and and explore their ability in conducting innovative remediation programs that can aid learners not just in one learning area but could also be instrumental across other learning areas.

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Meanwhile, Ms. May Grace Salazar, teacher and writer from the Division of Lucena, in her discussion on the cornerstone for teacher quality, reiterated that “teachers are the front-runners in education, without teachers, there is no education, therefore we must capitalize on enhancing teacher quality, reflect on the effectiveness of our practice on the students and not just because of the pay--teaching is being done out of love and service.”

Workshops on news writing for print and radio broadcasting, and writing and conducting research are also part of the training, recognizing writing as another important spectrum of the teaching profession.

Prof. Gitulio “Dik” Cantos from Radyo Pilipinas-Lucena facilitated the discourse on writing broadcast news articles; while Chief Nimfa Estrellado, publisher of Sentinel Times and a major sponsor of the training, led the workshop on writing periodical news articles. Moreover, Dr. Donards Kim Tañedo, head of Quickstart, invited the value of conducting and writing publishable research as another strength of quality teachers.

During her opening message, PSDS for Secondary, Ms. Ma. Consolacion Teñido, mentioned that the project is very timely and extremely significant in response to the needs of the current trend in education. Furthermore, another PSDS Mr. Donald Valle said there will be no quality students without quality teachers, thus the need for this kind of programs.

The project was made possible through the effort of the LEaDTEA Officers, headed by its president Mr. Angelo S. Villanueva, who expressed his gratitude to the major sponsors of the training Quickstart Center for Research and Professional Development, Sentinel Times Newspaper, ASV Talents and Tutorial Center, and Bubbles’ Crispy Pata Restaurant, where the training was held.













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