God’s Blessings for the First PATS-BC of 2022

God be praised and thanked for a successful Pastors and Administrators’ Training Seminar – Basic Course that concluded last February 22, 2022.  The seven-day training was blessed by God with fruitful lectures and training sessions.

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This PATS-BC was able to minister to thirty-eight (38) trainees from twenty-three (23) schools all over the Philippines and also in Cambodia.

The webinar featured eight informative lecture topics aimed at helping learners grasp the School of Tomorrow® system’s administration and operations. All lectures were followed by a discussion period during which, students were encouraged to ask questions and present relevant instances of the accuracy of the ideas behind each topic. The majority of the queries centered on the School of Tomorrow®’s remote delivery and adaptability in the face of ongoing changes in health norms influencing the country’s educational landscape. All of the lecture topics were carefully chosen to correspond to their module work.

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The participants were divided into three (3) breakout rooms that were technically virtual Learning Centers (LC) for group discussion, sharing, and checking off completed training PACEs. PACE work in the LC is followed by a PACE discussion led by the assigned group facilitator to ensure that everyone is on the same page. The discussion revolved around the relevance of key values incorporated into the PACE that touches on issues like gender identity, dealing with difficult students, and the adoption of Learning Center protocols before and during the pandemic. We want to thank all the trainees for enduring until the end. We pray that God will bless your ministries in proclaiming the gospel through Christian education. We also want to thank School Services, Executive Support Services, and the Executive Office, along with all our facilitators and lecturers for the team effort.


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