PAPSCU Voters Ed Forum, April 4, 2022 2-4pm via Zoom and FB Live
Here's the Google Form: https://forms.gle/VZGL1XFYDawg7xHH9
Mary Chiles College is inviting your Grade 10/12 students to our Psychoeducational Webinar entitled "Preserving Our Mental Wellness Amidst the Challenges of the Times" that will be held on April 19, 2022 (Tuesday) at 10AM-11AM via zoom. Our guest speaker will be Mr. El Anelio “Neil” R. Barnachea, a Director of De la Salle College of St. Benilde Well Being Center, a registered Guidance Counselor, former Board Director of Career Development Association of the Philippines & a member of the Philippine Guidance & Counseling Association.
The goal of this event is to help our students cope with the current global challenges.
Pre-registration period from March 30 - April 13, 2022. You may accomplish your registration through this link: https://forms.gle/fVDdvSxb6Bw9qQUv6
This will also be posted on our FB page. In addition, an E-certificate for the participants will be provided 2-3 days after they answered the online evaluation. Please see attached file for your reference.
For details, you may email us at email@example.com.
CALLING ALL GRADE 12 SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL! (DAY 1)
One of our objective is to guide you on your future career track by choosing the right course and school for your next journey. In this, we will be having a Career Fair Orientation this coming March 2, 9 and 16 .
We encourage all Grade 12 to attend this afternoon virtual program via Gmeet.
Room will be open at exactly 12:30 pm. See yo there!
Generation Z refers to the generation born roughly between the years 1997 and 2012. They are the first generation to be completely raised with the Internet and smartphones, and have grown up with a very different experience of the world than previous generations.
Link for bio: https://www.verywellmind.com/why-gen-z-is-more-open-to-talking-about-their-mental-health-5104730
Have you set your goals for this semester, Rizalians? Break is over, we are now back on screen; keep organized, proactive, self-aware, and let’s make the most out of this online learning.Here are some tips for effective online learning!
1. Have discipline
- Make sure you’ve allotted enough time to complete your work so that you can comply on time.
- Divide your time equally between all subjects, set aside time for homework and assignments, and assign at least an hour for practice along with self- assessment.
- Be mentally and physically ready, prepare everything you need in advance including your books, notes, stationery, etc. before the commencement of your online class. Also don’t forget to take notes as you would in any other class and organize them in a way that makes sense to you. By doing this you will stay organized and accomplish your task as efficiently as possible.
- The key to avoid distractions is to remove all possible sources of distractions from your surroundings. Turn off all unnecessary notifications on your smartphone as it can distract you and waste your time. Make sure any redundant tabs or chat windows are closed while you are studying online.
- Procrastination is a big deterrent to self-growth and accomplishment, you need to stop putting off tasks until tomorrow as it will only build up the work, making it too hard to catch up. Whatever is taught in the online class, make it a point to revise it the same day. Do your homework and complete your assignments in time. If a task seems too overwhelming, break it into smaller tasks to make it less intimidating. This will also make it more manageable.