Bliss on Bliss Art Projects
Cross-cultural space providing a platform for experimentation and presentation of works for contemporary artists, writers, filmmakers and performers
Our very own Mr. JOVE ALAYU, through his original artworks, will be one of the participants in this prestigious event.
CONGRATULATIONS, Sir Jove!
COLLEGE OF THE HOLY SPIRIT MANILA congratulates one of its alumni, Dr. Carmencita David- Padilla, and a member of the Board of Directors of the Holy Spirit Alumni Management Corporation, on her reappointment for a third term as Chancellor of UP Manila by the Board of Regents. Dr. Padilla was the lone nominee for the position.
Ms. Marikei Caranto, 1st Year, Bachelor of Arts in Multimedia
College of the Holy Spirit Manila
Ms. Caranto was the only contestant from Luzon who landed 3rd Place, at the recently concluded Digital Poster Making Contest for the National Library of the Philippines and the National Center for Culture and the Arts. There were 224 Senior High School and College student participants nationwide.
September 24,2020… a month since we opened our Online Distance Learning in COLLEGE OF THE HOLY SPIRIT MANILA.
Despite the challenges…
Our students attend their classes at home.
Our parents patiently guide their children while doing regular workloads.
Our teachers/professors are all prepared with their lessons.
The CHSM admin, staff and support group are collaboratively working to ensure continuous operations.
ONE Team. ONE Spirit. ONE CHSM!
We are all in this together!
ART TO HEART: AN ART TRAINING WORKSHOP FOR TEACHERS OF RURAL AREAS
A paper on an art training workshop for teachers in Philippines’ rural areas entitled Art to HeART written by Dr. Lourdes K. Samson, Dean of College and Graduate School of the College of the Holy Spirit Manila was published in the International Society for the Education through Art (InSEA) International Journal, a refereed e-journal in July 2020.
InSEA is a non-governmental organization and official partner of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural organization (UNESCO). InSEA was established in July 1954 and has membership in 74 countries around the world. This paper reported on an in-service art training workshop for the teachers of Holy Spirit Academy in Irosin, Sorsogon, Bicol. The school principal in 2018 was Sr. Ester Polo, SSpS. The art teachers training workshop ran for two days and it included the following disciplines: (1) Art History (2) Aesthetics (3) Art Criticism and (4) Art Production. Thirty (30) participants were introduced to these topics through lecture, visual presentation and workshop participation. At the end of the two-day seminar, participants were expected to do their lesson plans using a performance-based format and conduct an art exhibit. The two-day art workshop was part of a one week in-service program for teachers at the said school.
Training and development of teachers have become prominent features of school life. The process identifies skills gaps and changes in teaching demands. Preparing teachers for professional development requires planning. A training program for teachers is more than the acquisition of skills. It promotes an attitude that values continuing education. Receptivity to change is essential in an environment of constant change. Training needs to be continuous as the role of teachers evolves. Expectations of learners too change in the information age.Objectives of development programs must strive to be relevant.
From September 5 to October 5, 2020, we celebrate National Teachers’ Month with the theme of ′′ Filipino Teacher for Filipino Child,” in recognition of the amazing dedication of our teachers nationwide to deliver quality education to our students-since then, now in the midst of pandemic.
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