A fun-filled summer program for young children ages 2-4 years old and their parents that provides a venue for fine and gross motor skill development, offers opportunities for enhanced problem-solving skills, engages children for self-discovery and provides a venue for knowledge-sharing to parents on child development and early childhood education.
June 22 - July 10, 2015
Day Care Laboratory, Department of Human and Family Development Studies, College of Human Ecology, U.P. Los Baños
Prof. Ria D. Sanchez
Telephone/telefax numbers: (049) 536-2480
Mobile number: 0915 649 1225
Minimum number of participants required:
12 children per session
This 2-day youth camp is an activity towards addressing adolescent concerns in the community through psycho-education and structured learning experience. This aims to provide opportunity for adolescents to explore inward towards the appreciation of their uniqueness and worth, encourage adolescents to explore outward towards awareness of societal issues concerning children and youth. Also, this will inspire adolescents to integrate insights and realizations they gained from their inward and outward explorations into meaningful, reasoned and collective actions and choices within their realm of capabilities as budding individuals, members of families, and citizens of the nation.
Batch 1: Early Adolescents (13-15 y.o.) - April 18-19, 2015;
Batch 2: Late Adolescents (16-19 y.o.) - April 25-26, 2015
This 3-day seminar workshop is intended for development workers, degree holders (other than education) who are interested in working with children and to acquire knowledge and skills in planning learning experiences for physical motor, social, emotional and intellectual development of young children
This 2-day seminar workshop is intended for engaged, newly weds or young parents who desire to understand appropriate tips in parenting and strengthening marital relationships and improvement of the quality of family life.
This 2-day seminar workshop is intended for parents or teachers who desire to understand child development and learn appropriate tips on child rearing.
This 3 day short training course is intended for individuals and students interested to initiate and organize future biopsychosocial development programs or projects for the senior members of the community or institutions. The participants will be introduced to the theories and principles of Elderly Development and Active Ageing, to the psychobiological aspects of Aging and the Aging Process as well to the different modes of delivering or conducting programs, projects, services and activities for the continuous improvement of the quality of life of the elderly members of the family and the society. The training will involve mini-workshops and “hands on” experience on an actual senior day care activity as an integration of what was learned.