(On or Before February 1-15, 2019)
(February 16- March 6, 2019)
• First Day –
• Second Day –
AM Snack and
• Free flowing coffee
|Php 2,700.00||Php 3,000.00||Php 3,500.00|
|March 07 – 07:00 AM to 04:15 PM
March 08 – 07:50 AM to 02:05 PM
REGISTRATION STARTS AT
|07:00 – 09:00 AM||REGISTRATION (with snacks)|
|I. Opening Ceremonies|
|09:00 – 10:10 AM||09:00 – 09:05
AM Congregational Singing
Mr. Eric Veleso
|09:05 – 09:07 AM
Rev. Ruel Gustilo
|09:07 – 09:10 AM
Rev. Delbert Hooge
|09:10 – 10:10 AM
“Keep the Light Shining in the Face of New Challenges”
Rev. Delbert Hooge
|10:10 AM – 10:15 AM||TRANSITION BREAK|
|II. Theme: Impact through K-12 Opportunities|
|10:15 – 11:15 AM||“Keep the Light Shining through the Senior High School Program”
Rev. Erich Bernard Santos
|11:15 AM – 12:00 NN||SHS Consultation
|12:00 NN – 1:00 PM||LUNCH BREAK|
|01:00 PM – 01:10 PM||SINGING|
|III. Theme: Impact Through Understanding Legal Matters|
|01:10 PM – 02:10 PM||Understanding the POSITIVE AND
NONVIOLENT DISCIPLINE OF CHILDREN ACT of 2018 Part 1
Atty. Joseph Noel Estrada
|02:10 PM – 02:15 PM||TRANSITION BREAK|
|02:15 – 03:15 PM||Understanding the POSITIVE AND
NONVIOLENT DISCIPLINE OF CHILDREN ACT of 2018 Part 2
Atty. Joseph Noel Estrada
|03:15 – 04:15 PM||AFTERNOON SNACKS
Awarding of CEM RESULTS REMINDERS CLOSING PRAYER
|07:50 – 09:00 AM||07:50 – 07:55 AM
Mr. Eric Veleso
|07:55 – 08:00 AM
Rev. Val Murillo
| 8:00 – 9:00 AM
“A Christian School is A Lighthouse”
Rev. Erich Bernard Santos
|09:00 – 09:30 AM||SNACK BREAK|
|IV. Impact Through External Validation|
|09:30 – 10:30 AM||“Light in the Darkness:
A Five-Year CEM Performance Report
on Schools Using the SOT System”
Mrs. Ma. Mimosa Pranza
|10:30 – 10:45 AM||TRANSITION|
|10:45 – 12:00 NN||PREFI Updates
Rev. Delbert Hooge and Rev. Erich Bernard Santos
|12:00 NN – 12:50 PM||LUNCH|
|12:50 PM – 1:00 PM||Singing
Mr. Eric Veleso
|1:00 PM -2:00 PM||FINAL CHALLENGE
Rev. Delbert Hooge
|2:00 PM – 2:05 PM||CLOSING PRAYER
Rev. Alex Celeste
The annual summer training for school staff is done during April to June of each year. During the training, new and veteran school staff retrain to keep the axe sharpened and be provided the necessary tools to operate the learning center of each school.
The Christian Educators’ Training (CET) aims to equip all SOT® school staff population with the appropriate knowledge and skills necessary for implementing the SOT® system efficiently and effectively. The goal is to uphold and promote individualized training in Christian character as well as academic excellence.
1. Register at www.schooloftomorrow.ph. Online Registration will start on February 24, 2020.
2. Remit your payment to:
Pacific Rim Educational Foundation, Inc.
School of Tomorrow®, Philippines
Metrobank Better Living Branch
Savings Account # 0813-0815-1393-8
3. After paying, kindly send proof of payment to firstname.lastname@example.org and write: Attention: Ms. Almida Ferrer.
Early Bird: Php 1,100 (February 24 to March 27, 2020)
After Early Bird: Php 1,200.00
On-site: Php 1,500.00
for 2020 Christian Educators’ Training
April 20-24, 2020
May 4-8, 2020
May 11-15, 2020
June 1-5, 2020
June 15-19, 2020
The training for new school leaders such as pastors, administrators, principals. It provides a bird's eye view of the daily operations of a school using the ACE/SOTP System. Also serves as a refresher course for veteran school leaders who are required to retrain every five (5) years to "sharpen the axe."
The School of Tomorrow®, Philippines conducts Pastors and Administrators’ Training all year round at the head office in Parañaque City. This training is designed particularly for pastors, administrators, and principals. The sessions offer instructions in educational philosophy and guidelines for administration and operation of the School of Tomorrow® innovative system. This two-week training aims to help administrative personnel to be familiar with the objectives, principles, and procedures of the School of Tomorrow® system, thus, equipping them to make decisions from a knowledgeable position.
For New School:
NO walk-in for PATS. For new school inquiry please contact our Promotion staff Ms. Ellaine Jennica Fantilanan, at #(02) 8229663 loc. 115, 207 & 154 or email at email@example.com
For PATS Refreshers:
Please register ahead of schedule. Walk-in will be entertained if there are slots available. For details, please contact #(02) 822-9663 loc. 206 or 151 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Call (+632) 8229663 loc. 206, and look for Ms. Nerliza F. Ignacio to reserve a slot on a particular schedule.
a. Upon reservation, you may then deposit the registration fee:
REGISTRATION FEE: Php. 1,500.00 each
School of Tomorrow, Philippines
Metrobank Betterliving Branch,
Savings Acct. No.: 081-3-08151393-8
NO PAYMENT, NO RESERVATIONS
b. Kindly email proof of payment to email@example.com
NOTE: The official receipt will be given on the first day of training.
c. We will call to confirm that your registration is okay.
Upon confirmation, we will email to you complete information and basic guidelines regarding our training.
The National Standardized Testing Program (NST) in partnership with the Center for Educational Measurement, Inc. (CEM) is designed to measure students' knowledge and skills, and level of performance based on the national curriculum standards. It aims to provide objective feedback, identify specific strengths and areas for improvement, design exercises to reinforce learning and devise intervention programs to address learning gaps. The SOT®P has been promoting this testing program over the years not just to serve as an external validation of the effectivity of our curriculum compared to the national norm but also to see areas for improvement, enhancement, or career guidance.
These standardized tests measure student learning in school in the K to 12 context using multiple-choice items developed systematically by a team of content experts normed locally and maintained regularly. It will determine your students’ level of proficiency in: English, Mathematics, Science, Filipino and Araling Panlipunan Subjects for Kindergarten to Grade 10. General Mathematics, Statistics and Probability, Earth Science, Earth and Life Science and Physical Science Core Curriculum Subjects for Senior High School.
These tests are designed to measure the English reading skills of elementary
or high school students at a specific exit point in the educational ladder. It aims to:
• Determine an individual or group’s progress in reading skills in the English
• Place students in special class programs according to the knowledge and skills in reading
• Evaluate school performance against the national norm per grade level
• Identify areas of strengths and weaknesses as bases for the improvement of teaching strategies
• Design faculty development programs in teaching reading
A 150-item readiness test for high school academic work administered to
elementary school graduates in 2 hours;
• Measures students’ mental ability (Nonverbal Reasoning) and acquired cognitive abilities in Verbal English and Filipino, Science, and Quantitative Reasoning in elementary school;
• Yields two indicators of scholastic potential for high school – Elementary Level Competency (ELC) and General Scholastic Aptitude (GSA);
• Comes with reports for individual students (Examinee Report Form) and institution’s (Masterlist of Tests Results and Institutional Performance Profile).
PACT is a 240-item battery test made up of 18 subtests grouped into 2 parts:
Speed and Power tests, which can be administered to students in grade 9 up
to first year college;
• Employs rigorous research-based and internationally-accepted test development process;
• Measures several aptitudes or dimensions that are useful in classifying students into different fields of study;
• Places students in the educational program or career when they would most likely succeed;
• Helps guidance personnel in educational and vocational counseling.
• Complements other assessment tools such as CEM Profiler, personality tests, motivation surveys/questionnaires.
• The 115-item CEM Profiler is administered to junior and senior high school
students in 45 minutes;
• Discover your students’ level of interest across 14-occupational groups by looking at their Interest Scores and their corresponding Interest Categories;
• Create career guidance programs that expose your students to various occupations, including those that are popular, ‘hard-to-fill’ and ‘in-demand’;
• Guide students in exploring their potential career options; • Increase their knowledge and awareness of potential career areas through the CEM Database Occupational Information (CEM-DOI) so they can envision how they will fit in the world of work;
• Inform parents about their child’s career interests and choices so they can provide the necessary support for their child’s decision.
• The RTSH is a 200-item standardized admission test designed to measure
the academic competence and potential incoming senior high school
students with respect to their preferred track or strand.
• It reports students’ overall scores as well as their scores in each subtest and content area covered in the test.
* English – covers competencies essential in assessing students’ reading and writing skills.
* Science – comprises of items that test students’ knowledge and understanding of earth, life and physical sciences and their relevance to everyday living.
* Mathematics – includes topics that are crucial in evaluating students’ skills in solving mathematical problems relating to patterns and algebra, geometry, business math, probability and statistics and their applications in real-life contexts.
* Inductive Reasoning – measures the mental ability of students, particularly on the ability to perceive relationships among stimuli and draw a logical conclusion or infer a general rule.
The RTCU is a locally developed and normed instrument based on CHED’s
College Readiness Standards. Its comprehensive and easy-to-understand
assessment reports allow you to:
• Assess your students’ level of preparedness for tertiary-level instruction
• Determine their pre-college proficiency in English, Mathematics and Science
• Classify them based on test performance
• Make college admission decisions based on data
* English – measures skills in reading, writing, and the fundamentals of listening and speaking which are measurable through a paper-and-pencil test.
* Science – measures skills on scientific inquiry in the areas of Biology, Biochemistry, Ecology, Chemistry, Physics and Earth, and Environmental Science.
* Mathematics – measures computing, representing, reasoning, and problem-solving skills.
Test: CEM K-12 Achievement Test: (English & Mathematics)
Testing Fee: Php 480.00/student
Number of Hours: 2 hours
Test: CEM K-12 Achievement Test: (English, Mathematics & Science)
Testing Fee: Php 650.00/student
Number of Hours: 3 hours
*NOT LIMITED TO SCHOOL STAFF*
November 12-13, 2018
November 15-16, 2018
Until September 30, 2018.
October 1 until November 5, 2018.
November 6 onwards.
November 7-9, 2018
covering transportation. Food, and accommodation.
All Cambodian pastors and pastors’ wives are free of charge., An optional donation of $10 will be appreciated.
Deadline for confirmation of attendance is on October 30 for the purpose of accommodation arrangements.
Pick up of delegates for Highlands is at 8:00 pm, Wednesday, November 7. Pick up of delegates going back to Pnom Penh is at 2:00 p.m., Friday, November 9.
“This will change your ministry. Equipping you for greater impact of reaching the world for Christ.” – Rev. Delbert Hooge
John Walsh is an author, speaker, and professional storyteller. He is the founder of BibleTelling, an organization dedicated to using Bible stories for evangelism and discipleship. John is an expert at helping people learn and tell Bible stories. BibleTelling goes into prisons providing programs that change the atmosphere of the prison. It provides ESL programs, and Adult Literacy programs based on Bible stories. BibleTelling has lesson plans for adults, children, and young people. Among other things, John has authored The Art of Storytelling - a practical guide on how to develop the skill of storytelling, All the Stories of the Bible – a complete collection of Bible stories that brings an understanding of the flow of the Bible, Successful Living – studies in the book of Proverbs, and I’m not a Duck – a collection of personal stories about John’s journey in life, written in relaxed conversational style. John and his wife Jan reside in Bloomington, Illinois. They have four grown children and fourteen grandchildren.
Don Falkos is a Storyteller, Storytelling Coach, and Biblical Teaching Artist. He is the founder of Blessed By The Spoken Word, a ministry dedicated to telling the stories of the Bible and empowering others to do the same (blessedbythespokenword.com). Don is a contributing author to several storytelling books including The Art of Storytelling, by John Walsh. He has presented storytelling workshops and told stories at events around the United States and around the world. His extensive research and engaging storytelling style allow him to touch the minds and the hearts of his listeners. Don’s Two-Minute Bible is a podcast of two-minute stories that will eventually span the entire Biblical narrative from Genesis to Revelation (twominutebible.com).
Bible Telling is based on the fact that the majority of the Bible came through the telling of the story of God’s interaction with men. The New Testament church was scattered and went everywhere speaking and preaching the truths that they had seen and heard. With this came a growth as the Holy Spirit took the words and brought forth great faith. The disciples defended their testimony by the words, “For we cannot but speak the things which we have seen and heard.” (Acts 4:20) The circle on the right shows various ways that Bible Telling can be used in ministry in our day. It is a tool for our time!
Learning Bible Stories without memorizing words
08:00 – 09:15 Session 1 – method 1 Don Falkos
09:15 – 09:30 Break
09:30 – 10:45 Session 2 – method 2 John Walsh
10:45 – 11:00 Break
11:00 – 12:00 Session 3 – General Session – The Levels of Development (Don)
12:00 – 01:00 Lunch
01:00 – 02:15 Session 4 – method 3 John Walsh
02:15 – 02:30 Break
02:30 – 03:15 Session 5 – method 4 Don Falkos
03:15 – 04:00 Session 6 – method 5 John Walsh
04:00 – 04:15 Break
04:15 – 05:00 Session 7 – General Session – Foundations for Faith (John)
Using Bible Stories in Ministry
08:00 – 09:30 Session 8 – breakout session
Cultural Expression (John)
Story Exploration (Don)
09:30 – 09:45 Break
09:45 – 11:15 Session 9 – breakout session
Cultural Expression (Don)
11:15 – 11:45 Session 10 – General Session – What did we learn? (John)