CTU supports sustainable ‘teacher education’ in Southeast Asia

CTU Argao professors gained more inputs from the workshop on “Integrating Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) in Teacher Education in Southeast Asia” last month.

Empowerment goes to  institutions and universities in the sub-regions to engage in change actions through ESD, recognizing teachers as catalysts for change and facilitators of learning.

Representing the university, Dr. Lynnette Matea S. Camello, spoke of the southern campus’ PAGLAUM Extension  Program and how its components have already addressed the SDGs—- an affirmation of the university’s direction toward the attainment of sustainable development goals (SDGs) promoted by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

The event also allowed participants to review and finalize the guidebook on the integration of ESD in the Pre-Service Teacher Education in Southeast Asia where encouragement  is much needed to creating a community emulating best practices necessary to act upon UNESCO’s paradigm. ICPA Argao