Recognizing the positive impact of the team effort to attain greater productivity performance, theSchools Division Office personnel together with the selected principals of Parañaque convened at Hannah’s Garden Event Place for the Enhancing Seamless Collaboration through Effective MEA / SBM and L and D Implementation in Schools on December 11-12, 2019.
The interface,which Schools Division Superintendent Dr. Evangeline P. Ladines initiated, provided an avenue for the CID and SGOD, as well as the school principals, to exercise collaboration in the School-Based Management (SBM), Monitoring and Evaluation Assessment (MEA), and Learning and Development (L and D) implementation in schools.
“Let us adjust our sails and steer towards the same direction if we want to succeed,” said Dr. Ladines, as she invited the participants to adapt the best practices found effective and applicable in the Division.
Various topics were discussed by the invited speakers from the Schools Division of Pasay City, namely: SEPS SGOD-HRD Noel P. Miranda, PSDS / OIC Principal Lovelynn Jane S. Bacerra, EPS II-HRD Jessy J. Reyes, and Flerida S. Pajarillaga, RPsv, RPM, RGC, LPT.
During the workshop, the CID and SGOD worked in separate groups to discuss among themselves their respective programs and projects where collaboration is needed. The sharing with the big group then followed in which comments and suggestions were laid out and accepted with grace.
“I am happy to be a part of this Division activity, thanks to Dr. Ladines,” remarked PSDS Ma. EstrellitaArceo. “As technology advances, administrators expect employees to be able to harmonize tasks to address client demand thus developing a network of trusting relationships. Indeed, Seamless Collaboration bridges that gap,” PSDS Arceo said further.
Meanwhile, PSDS MineilwinSerdaña also expressed her thoughts saying, “Seamless Collaboration enables the participants to develop a two-way communication, listen to each other, and understand the need of giving; therefore, it must become one the Division’s best practices.Kodus to Dr. Ladines”.