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To our beloved District Supervisor, Dr. Fe M. Puspus, host principal Dr.

Esterlita C. Dadios, school administrators namely Dr. Gewaresel T. Carlos, Sir Val,
Sir Sayas, my fellow teachers…., a pleasant morning to all of you.

When Ma’am Imelda of Antongalon ES approached me yesterday asking


me to give an impression about the 2nd day of training, I am hesitant because
there are teachers who are worthy to do so because there are teachers who are
more qualified than me. But, as we all know, teachers are always ready. Just like
the motto of Girls Scout “Be Prepared Always.”

Let me start with a saying “The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher
explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires by
WILLIAM ARTHUR WARD. Truly, our goal is to inspire our learners that what we
are doing now we are having this INSET Training to be able to be acquire new
learning insights and experience in order to share to our dear learners.

In behalf of East Butuan District 1 Teachers, we would like to congratulate


all the speakers who have generously shared your time and expertise to us.

Please allow me to give my impression by this ACRONYM:

DATA- Delivered the topic very comprehensive, Attitude is always emphasized


by Dr. Puspus “wala baya ko nasuko”, she touches our heart so that we can
improve our abilities in order to create Techniques in order to strive more like an
eagle, soaring high, aiming high to Achieve our goals such as INCREASING
ENROLLMENT, DECRAEASE DROP OUT RATES, LOWER THE NUMBERB OF
LEARNERS UNDER THE FRUSTRATION LEVEL IN READING.

These challenges were all transpired when Dr. Puspus shared about the story of
cockroach. The conclusion of that story was about the inability of people to
handle the cockroach. This is the way of seeing things and handling them that
make us successful in every endeavor/ undertaking we may be facing. We have
learned also from the story that in every situation that may come our way LET
US NOT REACT BUT INSTEAD WE SHOULD ALWAYS RESPOND IN LIFE.

GAD- Giving us inputs about the nature and concepts about Gender and
Development; Adding new information about GAD such as the importance of
EQUITY & EQUALITY by Aristotle on His Two Kinds of Equality; Developing our
positive attitude towards the integration of GAD in our classroom setting as well
as dealing with the learners as well.

The last topic was about classroom management shared to us by Dr. Dadios. The
most striking word and always repeated was RULES.

RULES- Remembering the different strategies we are utilizing to impose


discipline in the classroom; Understanding our learners refer to Knowing Them,
by knowing our learners we will learn how to deal with them; Living a good
example to others, even without our school head/ supervisor observing us , we
teachers are doing our commitment to produce competitive and productive
learners; Enhancing our full potentials to inculcate values (KASH –Knowledge,
Attitudes, Skills and Habits) to the learners; Setting standards to follow in order
to create Safe, Orderly and Organized classroom.

I would like to end my impression by a bible verse taken from MATTHEW


5:16 So let your light shine before men, that they may see your good works,
and glorify your Father who is in heaven. LIGHT refers to our wisdom, our faith
and our learning. As a teacher we will not hide this LIGHT in us. We teachers are
willing to share our wisdom, learning and knowledge these are the greatest gifts
we have to give. So we must ready to SHARE.

Shared by:

MARY GRACE B. VILLARONTE


Teacher-III, Ampayon CES