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Ancient Civilizations: East Meets West

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 with MAMERTO FERNANDEZ






short description:
Students will learn the dynamics of ancient civilizations: its processes, successes and dominance, and downfalls.
 
long description:
Civilizations did not emerge over time. They depended on crtain processes and factors, such as geography, necessity, and mobility (migratory impulse). This course is design to discover the dynamism of the once dominant empires and kingdoms. It likewise explains why certain communities did not develop as civilization.
 
level of difficulty:
all welcome
 
minimum class size:
1
 
availability:
all the time
 
fee comments:
This qoutation is on a 1 hour per session basis
 
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Ancient Civilizations: East Meets West

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Students will learn the dynamics of ancient civilizations: its processes, successes and dominance, and downfalls.


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total duration: 1h 0m over 1 session(s)
comments: Duration is by session. It can be shortened and can be divided into two sub-sessions
 

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languages: English
duration: 1h 0m
fee: 50US$  (500lp)
payment: at delivery
delivery method: self-paced

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MAMERTO FERNANDEZ



description of :
I have an extreme passion for teaching and learning. I am adaptable, dedicated to teaching-learning experience, and work long hours interacting with students of different background, classes, and ages.

My career objectives include:

To assume a teaching responsibility in the tertiary/collegiate level in the areas of Sociology, Geography, the Humanities, and Asian/Oriental Histories. The job covers a whole array of processes involved in teaching, including preparation of syllabi, tests/exercises/assignments, students? grades, academic consultation with students, committee memberships in the college/university, participation in faculty interactive activities, and direct reporting to Academic Supervisor/Chair.

To assume a teaching responsibility in the secondary levels (Grades 8, 9, 10) in the area of Social Studies. The job involves preparation of unit/daily lesson plans, choice or recommendation of students? texts, preparation of tests/exercises/assignments, students? grades, committee memberships in the school, participation in faculty interactive activities, counseling of students, consultation with parents, and direct reporting to Academic Supervisor/Chair.

To conduct training-seminars involving teaching strategies in the social sciences for the benefit of new teachers, and for the advancement of primary and secondary teachers. This includes preparation of teaching strategies in various sub-disciplines of social sciences, preparation of sample lesson designs, micro-teaching presentations, and lesson critiquing.

To engage in Curriculum planning, design and assessment of the school/academic division. The job requires a strong ability to perform SWOT analysis about the conceived or existing education curriculum, the capacity to employ updates, and to project necessary consequences of the curriculum being designed.

To engage in sociological research, especially as it involves issues of social change, urbanization, and urban and rural poverty. This job requires conceptualization of overall design of research, its theoretical framework, review of key literature, methods and instruments, data gathering, analysis of data, and preparation of output.

To assume responsibility in research in education. The job involves selection of materials (literature and studies) necessary for research, preparation of survey instrument, data gathering, analysis, and preparation of research output.

 
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's preferred teaching style:
As a teacher, I carry a philosophy that, most importantly, students have the capacity to learn. In line with this, I believe that teacher-student interaction is of prime importance, learning is achieved best by doing, and the teacher's role is to facilitate, manage, or supervise. Learning is also achieved through interactive process, constant communication, and regular consultations.
 



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