Nine (9) student teachers from Indonesia pose with CLSU faculty members as they successfully completed the SEA Teacher Project at University Science High School, CLSU.
Two student-teachers of the College of Education of Central Luzon State University (CEd-CLSU) joined the 6th Batch of Pre-Service Student Teacher Exchange in Southeast Asia (SEA Teacher Project) last August 5 to September 4, 2018.
Annaliza Samson and Janella Sanglay, both Bachelor of Secondary Education students major in English, completed the exchange program at Ganesha University of Education (UNDIKSHA), Bali, Indonesia as part of the SEA Teacher Project.
The SEA Teacher Project aims to provide opportunity for pre-service student teachers from universities in Southeast Asia. Also, it enables the students to develop their teaching skills and pedagogy, as well as, to encourage the students to practice their English skills and to allow the students to gain a broader regional and global perspective
In exchange, nine Indonesian student-teachers were also deployed at the Central Luzon State University Science High School (CLSU-SHS). They were Rangga Krisna Saputra, Putu Nita Handayani, Made Agus Mandala Putra from Ganesha University of Education (UNDIKSHA), Muhammad Iqra, Nur Fajr Az’zahra, Farwa Angraini Apok, from Universitas Tadulako (UNTAD), Restu Winarsih II and Ariza Safira from Universitas Tanjungpura (UNTAN), and Zaenun Fauzziah from STKIP Muhammadiyah Bogor.
“SEA Teacher is an opportunity for our student-teachers to gain multi-cultural experience in teaching. College of Education hopes to increase the number of students who will be sent for Batch 7.”, said Dr. Regidor G. Gaboy, CEd dean and coordinator to SEA Teacher.
Participants held their practicum at the CLSU Science High School.