Guidance Office conducts seminar on effective learning styles, motivation and goal setting.
Canaman, Camarines Sur - The Guidance Office of Mariners Polytechnic Colleges Foundation (MPCF), this province has funneled a seminar on ‘Effective Learning Styles, Motivation and Goal Setting’ on August 5, 2016 at the JCJ Sports Complex. It was attended by Senior High School and First Year College students.
(Left picture) senior high school and first year college students listen to Ms. Laurice A. Torres (right picture) from the Division of Camarines Sur, Department of Education as she explicates on the timely subject intended for the personality improvement of the students.
Guidance Counselor Ms. Laurice A. Torres of the Department of Education (DepEd) was invited as guest-discussant during the symposium. She expounded on the importance of acquiring effective learning styles, how to be motivated and on how to set goals.
Vice President for Student and External Affairs Napoleon Mangente said, “This forum is important inasmuch as aside from the academic subjects which students take inside the classrooms, they are afforded the opportunity to gain insights on how to conduct and carry themselves when they mingle with other people and the acquisition of the ideal attitude towards their studies and work , especially after they graduate from this institution”.
The audience was enthusiastic and they showed interest in learning new knowledge imparted by the resource person.
From time to time, the school invites speakers even from outside the campus to beef-up the knowledge of students and especially the maritime cadets.
DepEd’s Ms. Laurice Torres as she gives that ‘personal touch’ during the talk thru a close-up interaction with students. The audience enthusiastically responded to the call on how they can improve their personality along the line of attitude and motivation enhancement.
An open forum ensued after the resource person finished her discourse. This gave the students a chance to clarify issues which they did not fully understand during the talk but were given ample answers at this portion of the symposium.
As a matter of policy, a very strict medical requirement, including drug testing is being observed by the school before any student is accepted to enroll in the institution.