An Information and Communication unit head of the Department of Education-Leyte Division bagged the “Creativity Challenge” during Microsoft’s E2-Education Exchange in Paris on April 4.
Ronel Boholano presented during the conference the best ICT practices of DepEd using BEST-Philippines and Microsoft ICT tools.
Boholano was part of a six-man team that included Ibrahim Aljabri of Saudi Arabia, Carlos Calla of Peru, Karyn Fillhart of the USA, Tao Wu of China, and Jacek Zablocki of Poland.
“With the support of the division’s banner project, Seedling (Strategic Empowerment of Educators in the Delivery of Learning Instruction and Needs-Based Governance), the division office is giving technical assistance to our teachers and education supervisors on the proper use of technology to develop students who are critical thinkers, collaborative, with good communication skills and creative,” he said.
Boholano thanked Leyte Division Superintendent Ronelo Al Firmo, assistant superintendents Edgar Tenasas and Marilyn Siao, and the 37 Microsoft education ambassadors in Leyte “who played a great role in achieving the ICT programs in the division.”