The National Teachers College and VXI Philippines partnered for a tree-growing activity last May 06, 2023, at Sitio Pulong Banal, Brgy. San Jose Antipolo City.
NTC – Community Development Center partnered with VXI Philippines to make the tree-growing activity in Antipolo City possible. The participants included the employees of VXI Philippines and NTC faculty, administration, and students. The Dumagat tribe provided assistance to the NTC and VXI Philippines in facilitating the activity. The tree-growing activity is one of the initiatives of NTC to promote hope in preserving our forest and environment for future generations.
The event also aims to restore the lost forest, repair damaged ecosystems, and mitigate landslides, especially in the city of Antipolo. Antipolo City is prone to landslides due to its high altitude, and like any other developing city, trees are becoming scarce, and the risk of landslides is higher.
With the given situation, NTC recognizes the urgency of climate action and upholds its core value: dedication to service. Thus, NTC led the tree planting and provided Narra and Coffee sampling.
Moreover, the students are game on for the challenge to bring new hope for the future generation to look after the environment and live up to their responsibilities as the light-bearers of our nation to protect our environment and help reduce the consequences of climate change.
NTC, a premier institution under a Yuchengco-Ayala educational partnership, ensures that Filipinos will have access to quality education at a reasonable cost.
NTC Partnered with experts in remote learning to ensure the effective delivery of its remote learning. These include: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)-JWEL which works with member organizations to promote excellence and transformation in education to address global opportunities for scalable change in education; Mapua University, one of the pioneers in distance learning, has been continuously improving learning connectivity online even before ECQ; Derrick Latrielle ran learning and development operations for blue-chip technology, telecommunications, and BPO companies operating around the world, especially in South America and Southeast Asia; and, Dr. Edizon Fermin is a member of CHED’s Technical Working Group on Remote Learning.
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