Am I Literate? Combatting Mis/Dis-Information

FINALLY!!! Work Visa Approved!!! PAALAM na muna Pilipinas kong mahal. Paalam La Salle! See you CANADA on Nov. 07, 2019. , titiisin ang lungkot. Ok na siguro yung P150k a month as starting salary for a permanent job there. Dream come true for me and for my family and salamat sa mga taong nakatulong, especially sa Canadian friend ko. You know who you are. It … Continue reading Am I Literate? Combatting Mis/Dis-Information

Lasallians’ Deep Journey with Laudato Si’

The Lasallian Vigilance for Environmental Development, in coordination with the Environmental Resource Management Center, sponsored the “Deep Journey Into ‘Laudato Si’ symposium on September 26, 2019, at the Alumni Function Hall. Select high school and college students attended the one-day event. “Laudato Si’” (Care for Our Common Home) is considered by several theologians as the most important encyclical in the history of the Catholic Church. … Continue reading Lasallians’ Deep Journey with Laudato Si’

DLSU-D Faculty Come Together for a Convergence Seminar

“We need ‘teachers on fire’ to make students better human beings.” This is the opening statement of Fr. Benigno Beltran, Founder of the National Digital E-Learning Society, to the DLSU-D faculty during a seminar on Convergence Theory of Learning held on September 25, 2019, 8:00 am-12:00 noon, at the Alumni Building Auditorium. According to Fr. Beltran, “If you want to do what you know is … Continue reading DLSU-D Faculty Come Together for a Convergence Seminar

LCDC Sponsors “Kapihang Milenyal” on the Criminal Liability of Children

The Lasallian Community Development Center (LCDC) held a “Kapihang Milenyal” with the theme “Children Not Criminals: The Lasallian Response to the Lowering of the Minimum Age of Criminal Responsibility,” on September 25, 2019, 8:30 am-12 noon, at the Alumni Conference Room B.  Mr. Lorenzo Centino, Jr., LCDC faculty, facilitated the presentation of the Lasallian position on the lowering of the minimum age of criminal responsibility, … Continue reading LCDC Sponsors “Kapihang Milenyal” on the Criminal Liability of Children

COED Bids Farewell to Thai Exchange Students

The College of Education (COED) held a Pre-Service Student Teacher Exchange in Southeast Asia closing ceremony on September 13, 2019, at the Cabezas Viewing Room, Aklatang Emilio Aguinaldo, from 3pm-5pm. In his welcome remarks and message, Dr, Pat Alcartado, COED Dean, appreciated the participation of De La Salle University-Dasmarinas in the internalization and globalization of education. He especially mentioned the cooperation of the Professional Education … Continue reading COED Bids Farewell to Thai Exchange Students

GSO teams up with MMDA for ELSAROC

In an effort to improve the emergency preparedness of DLSU-D community, the General Services Office forged a tie up with Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) for the training on Earthquake and Landslide Search and Rescue Orientation Course (ELSAROC). There are twenty-three (23) graduates of the two-day training held on August 31 and September 1 at the Alumni Auditorium coming from the sectors of security, housekeeping, … Continue reading GSO teams up with MMDA for ELSAROC

COED Sponsors Twin Seminars

The College of Education (COED) sponsored a pair of seminars on August 1, 2019. The COED faculty attended a Mindfulness Seminar in the morning at the Multi-purpose Hall, Alumni Building. The afternoon saw the COED faculty and secretariat attending a Data Management Orientation held at the Luis Aguado Viewing Room. Dr. Elva Rodriguez Ruiz, an Occupational Therapist and visiting professor from La Salle Madrid, was … Continue reading COED Sponsors Twin Seminars