TABUK CITY, Kalinga – In spite of the distance learning platform that has been alternatively used by the country’s education system, the Department of Education (DepEd)-SDO Tabuk City still finds a way to showcase their learners’ skills in terms of Technical-Vocational-Livelihood (TVL) specializations through their K-12 Exhibit and Skills Expo that runs from July 26-29 at the SDO Tabuk City Gym.
According to Josefina Balisong, Education Program Supervisor, the demo is an avenue for senior students to show their vocational and livelihood skills, and raise awareness of the TVL programs among students, educators, and stakeholders, as well as open opportunities for entrepreneurship and develop future manpower resources.
Skills exhibited include sardines making, tailoring, dressmaking, table setting, cocktail mixing, Agri and ALS product exhibits, learning resource management systems such as radio broadcasting, scouting of illustrators and module developers, among other skills and systems.
To ensure the safety of students in the midst of the on-going pandemic, teachers and school heads are the invited exhibitors and participants in the expo.
By Ruth Cupang