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Pedagogy for Christian Education in the 21st Century

Global Education Fund for Leadership Development

Yonsei University, South Korea
February 13-16, 2012

To answer the question posed by this topic, we have to briefly examine Phililipine Culture, and thereafter, clarify what is meant by the Religious Education and Pedagogy in the context of the 21st Century:

Philippine Culture

Philippine culture has been influenced by the teachings of Buddhism, Hinduism, Confucianism, Islam and Christianity. These teachings, combined with a wide variety of animistic indigenous beliefs, has melded into a syncretic form of Christianity  as currently practiced by a majority of Filipinos today.

The 333 years of colonization under Spain has Christianized the Philippines to a high degree. Continue reading

High School Alumni Homecoming held Next Homecoming slated, 2013

 

 

Marching on the same ground, and singing the familiar AC March, 214 alumni of Aldersgate College Science High School trooped back to their Alma Mater to reunite with former schoolmates and faculty and breathe the sweet air of nostalgia that only their school can exude. The High School Alumni Association Batch 1980 led by their president Mrs. Emely M. Baptista and Batch 1986 headed by their president Mr. Noli Domincel hosted the Alumni Homecoming last December 30 at the school grounds. Well-attended by alumni, administrators, faculty and employees alike, the get-together featured games, raffle draws and competitions among groups.  A Thanksgiving Service preceded the parade, program and banquet.

The reunion was graced by Hon. Board Member Epifanio Lambert D. Galima, Member of the AC-BOT and son of the founder of the institution who came to represent the congressman of the province. Dr. Junifen F. Gauuan, AC President, on the other hand welcomed and thanked the alumni in his short message.

The after-lunch program’s highlight was the recognition ceremony of an Outstanding Alumna, Ms. Maricel Sopongco-Franco of Batch 1987 who was adjudged by the Metrobank as one of the nation’s Outstanding Teachers. The election of officers per batch followed and the proclamation of the next Alumni Homecoming which is December, 2013.

Engr. Eric Van Sesbreño, the Alumni Association President initiated a fund campaign to finance the building of ten classrooms of the high school under the CSS Building which was supported by the alumni through their pledges and their commitment to reach out for their batch mates to relay this campaign which is expected to materialize on the 2013 Homecoming. Sesbreño, who donated cash prizes for the games and contest during the homecoming, is currently financing 17 AC Scholars since year 2010 and also urged the alumni in his speech to campaign for more enrollees for Aldersgate College.

Host Batch 1986 solicited for the raffle draw prizes and the proceeds from the sold tickets was also donated to the High School Funds. The 2013 Alumni Homecoming will be hosted by following batches 1992, 1993, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1987 qnd 2003.

The homecoming was made successful through the concerted efforts of the High School Alumni Association and the High School Faculty and staff under the leadership of Dr. Divina Gracia B. Apolonio, the principal and the administration. #Mariz Taguinod

ACians shine in DSPC

Four journalists of Aldersgate College Science High School  proved their talents and mastery by winning various places in the Division Schools Press Conference (DSPC), held at Solano National High School, Solano, Nueva Vizcaya last December 1-3.

With 35 competing journalists of 35 secondary schools province wide, AC’s bets Celene Angeli Dumaguing, the Editor-in-chief of the Paragon placed third in Photojournalism English; Jon Raenier Fernadez, a sophomore placed 5th in Sports Writing English; Mar Jonathan Dave Fabro, a junior got 6th place in Sports Writing Filipino and Andell Jan Almendra, a senior placed 6th in News Writing Filipino.

The winners together with their trainer Mrs. Marissa J. Taguinod will advance to the Regional Schools Press Conference which will be held in Calaoagan Dakkel Gattaran, Cagayan on December 15-17, 2011.MJJT

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Intramural quakes AC ground

Heated by breathtaking cheerdances, blaring yells, unstoppable spikes, smashes and lay-ups, the 2011 AC Intramurals quaked the AC grounds with the theme” Raising the Banners of Excellence Through Sports”, last October 10-12.

Despite the scorching heat of the sun, all ACians gathered and paraded around the town proper 7:30 a.m. lead by the Solano PNP Force followed by all athletic contingents, Midget, Junior, and Senior Division with the float of the newly crowned Miss Solano, Miss Niña Katherine Gambo and Runner up Miss Aiza Labog with the AC elementary and High School bands,

The opening ceremony started with a prayer led by Mrs. Prescilla A. Soriano, Senior Executive Assistant for Education (SExAE) and the singing of the National Anthem, AC March a well as Vizcaya March. All team muses and captains raised their banners followed by the opening remarks of the DSA, Mr. Jenifer Raymond Tallungan.

The relay and lighting of the torch of sportsmanship and the proclamation of the formal opening of the Intramural Meet 2011 highlighted the ceremony with the presentation of Mr. & Ms Campus Personality candidates and the ceremonial tossing of the ball by Miss AC 2011 Meryl Joyce Graneta.

The quadrangle soon resonated with the loud cheers of spectators when the cheerdance competition started with two teams competing in the elementary, the Tigers and the Wolverines; and the four teams of the high school Fighting Zebras, Thunder Hounds, War Hawks and the Wild Stallions. Dancesport competition among college students as well as the high school followed which generated shrilling applause from the throng.

Athletic competitions started in the afternoon and all the remaining days of the intramurals despite the unpredictable weather.#kid/Mjjt

AC backs Eco drive through YES-O

Celine Angeli Dumaguing, Andell Jan Almendra and Wrixi Vyne Arzadon advocate disaster preparedness in a documentary Brigada Kalikasan the school’s entry to the YES-O Science Camp held at Bagabag, Nueva Vizcaya.

To support DepEd program on ecology, Aldersgate College Science High School participated the Youth for Environment School Organization (YES-O) Camp held in Bagabag National High School on September 17-18, 2011.

This program through the leadership of Mrs. Evelyn C. Apuya, Education Program Supervisor I of Science (Secondary), highlighted activities which were carried out to attain the YES-O mandates  include conduct of school-based YES-O camp; tree planting and growing; solid waste management and entrepreneurship; watershed protection and conservation; and community outreach.

The Aldersgate College Science High School defied what it takes to be a greenhorn after excelling in the various contested activities of the Provincial Youth for Environment School Organization (YES-O) Continue reading

Stallions hinder Hounds roar anew

Firing up the AC ground with their gritty display of Stunts, Steps and Smiles, the Stallions secured the glamour of the judges via unanimous decision and hooked the cheerdance dance crown during the AC Intrams.

After five years of nailing the cheer dance title to the name of the sophomores, the Wild Stallions finally broke the ice cold monotony to bring home this year’s cheer dance crown, during the opening program of the Aldersgate College Intramurals held last October 11 at the AC Quadrangle.

The simple costumes and props of the fourth year performers were overshadowed by their intricate but synchronized choreography, overflowing charm and energy that made the AC ground burning as they carried out their presentation.

The Hounds in glaring green costume and neo-inspired hair makeover, after having showed off their routines with high energy and sturdy stunts, placed second. The Hawks, notching 3rd place, proved that they are not left out in the said battle, with a bright pomelo get-up, displaying a character that blew away the Zebras who landed 4th.

Highlighting the three-day event with a display of gymnastic skills, creativity and talents of the students, the cheer dance competition is one of the most awaited activities of the Intramurals in which a variety of choreography, routines, stunts and costumes are shown.

“The innate dancing skills of the fourth year students, who happened to be members of the Bungkos Sining, made them bring home the bacon.” said Fernando B. Pili Jr., trainer of the Wild Stallions cheering squad.

“Like gems, the stallions have been shaped up and kept brilliant by their dance trainings in the early years.” he added. #AndellJan24/Mjjt