MICROSOFT CERTIFIES MORE DLSZ TEACHERS

Mr. Frankie Villanueva, Grade School Reading Teacher, Mr. Jeremias Daniel Picaña, Junior High School Social Studies Teacher, Ms. Leah Marie Tumlos-Castillo, Junior High School Social Studies Coordinator, and Mr. Jose Mari Calamlam, Senior High School STEM Teacher have passed and are now duly certified Microsoft Certified Educators.

Mr. Frankie Villanueva

Mr. Frankie Villanueva

Mr. Jeremias Picaña

Mr. Jeremias Picaña

Ms. Leah Castillo

Ms. Leah Castillo

Mr. Jose Mari Calamlam

Mr. Jose Mari Calamlam

They took the examination last March 2019. Sir Frankie and Sir Jeremias were nominated by their subject area coordinators, while Ms. Leah was nominated by Ms. Emie Baylon, HS Education Technology Coordinator, “based on their technology proficiency and application of blended learning models in their line of expertise”.

The Microsoft Certified Educator Examination is a global validating examination focused on the 21st Century Learning Design. This is mapped along the UNESCO ICT Framework centered on different key competencies, namely:

  • Collaboration
  • Skilled Communication
  • Knowledge Construction
  • Self-Regulation
  • Real-World Problem-Solution
  • Use of ICT for Learning
  • Embedding 21CLD in Learning

(SOURCE:  https://www.microsoft.com/en-ph/learning/mce-certification.aspx)

The Microsoft Certified Educator Examination is a comprehensive battery of examination, hence passing this confirms the technology proficiency and competitiveness of the recipient.

Also two of our partners were also certified as the first Microsoft Office Specialists for AY 2018-2019.  The Microsoft Office Specialists demonstrate the skills needed to get the most out of Office by earning a Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification in a specific Office program.  The following passed the MOS for Microsoft Word.
  • Mr. Jose Mari De Vera (SHS ABM) Faculty
  • Miss Nathalie Nicole Saurane-Obmerga (ISTS)
Mr. Jose Mari De Vera

Mr. Jose Mari De Vera

Ms. Nicole Obmerga

Ms. Nicole Obmerga

Congratulations, teachers! Animo La Salle!