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DOST seeks innovative teaching methods
by PNA release

The Department of Science and Technology-Science Education Institute urged Science and Math teachers to submit innovative teaching proposals to receive funding.

Nine approved proposals (three teachers or groups allowed in three categories) will each receive a P50,000 funding support to develop a prototype.

One winner per category will receive P100,000 and a plaque of recognition, SEI information officer, Lovely Aquino said.

Now on its second year, the SEI’s project, “InnoBox,” encourages teachers to develop innovative teaching resources and come up with a more practical and creative method of teaching Science and Math.

The contest has three categories: grades 3 to 6, grades 7 to 10, and grades 11 and12 and is open to Science and Math teachers of public and private schools nationwide.

“The lead proponent has the option to join (the contest) individually, or organize a team. The seed money is still P50,000 for every chosen proposal,” Aquino said.

If the winning entries are from a team of teachers, the cash prize of P100,000 will be for the entire winning team, she added.

Interested parties have until July 12 to send their proposals to innobox.seidost@gmail.com.

Aquino said the announcement of the approved proposals would probably be in the last week of July, as the technical committee is scheduled to review them on July 23 and 24.


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