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7th National Congress on Good Citizenship December 8, 2012, Commission on Higher Education Auditorium, CP
7th National Congress on Good Citizenship
December 8, 2012, Commission on Higher Education Auditorium, CP
Garcia St., (UP Diliman), Quezon City, Metro Manila.
A Sharing on : Experiences of UC-NSTP CWTS Program Implementation Sr. Sandra G. Clemente, RSCJ
A Sharing on :
Experiences of UC-NSTP
CWTS Program Implementation
Sr. Sandra G. Clemente, RSCJ
City, Metro Manila. A Sharing on : Experiences of UC-NSTP CWTS Program Implementation Sr. Sandra G.
City, Metro Manila. A Sharing on : Experiences of UC-NSTP CWTS Program Implementation Sr. Sandra G.
“Forming the Youth into Good Citizens”.
“Forming the Youth into Good Citizens”.
1. VISION - anchored in the vision of God “That All Maybe One”
1. VISION
- anchored in the vision of God
“That All Maybe One”

The Foundational Philosophy, Approaches, Methodologies of UC-CWTS Program Implementation

UC-CWTS: TRANSFORMATION of the Individual/Community/Society/the World
UC-CWTS: TRANSFORMATION of the
Individual/Community/Society/the World
CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK for CESDEV and CWTS VISION of GOD: That All Maybe One VISION: CWTS/
CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK for CESDEV and CWTS
VISION of GOD: That All Maybe One
VISION: CWTS/ CESDEV: Individual/
Communal/ Societal TRANSFORMATION
MISSION: Youth Empowerment to be the Puso, Diwa, and Kiwa of God in the World
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BLDG. RELATIONSHIPS
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GOAL: Towards a Meaningful and SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Program For The Youth In The World
Today.
MOTTO: “ A BETTER PHILIPPINES STARTS WITH ME!

Conceptualized by: Sr. Sandra Clemente, RSCJ. (CESDEV/CWTS Director)

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EMPOWERMENT of the Youth through the following Core – Program Strategies: :
EMPOWERMENT of the Youth
through the following Core – Program
Strategies:
:

2. MISSION

the following Core – Program Strategies: : 2. MISSION STRATEGIES (CORE-PROGRAM Implementation) (MUGNA MODULE) a.
STRATEGIES (CORE-PROGRAM Implementation) (MUGNA MODULE) a. Formation of the Heart (BIGKIS-PUSO) - Foundation of Faith
STRATEGIES (CORE-PROGRAM Implementation)
(MUGNA MODULE)
a. Formation of the Heart (BIGKIS-PUSO)
- Foundation of Faith – Life
- Integrity of Creation
- 7 Environmental Principle Education

-

Self-Awareness/Capacity/Capability Building

b. Formation of the MIND (BIGKIS-DIWA)
b. Formation of the MIND
(BIGKIS-DIWA)
- Communication Awareness/Skills - Conflict Management - Decision Making Processes - Leadership with a Heart
- Communication Awareness/Skills
- Conflict Management
- Decision Making Processes
- Leadership with a Heart
(Skills and Practice)
- Skills Training on Basic Community
Relations and Facilitating
c. Formation for ACTION – SERVICE (BIGKIS KI-WA – Kilos at Gawa)  Orientation on
c. Formation for ACTION – SERVICE
(BIGKIS KI-WA – Kilos at Gawa)
 Orientation on Basic Skills like:
-
Community Relations/Organization/Project
Planning/Implementation
-
First Aid, Disaster Preparedness/Prevention
-
Good Citizenship Modules
-
12 Little Things you can help your Country

d.

Integration (BIGKISIN) in faith / life / action / practices through the Core-Values of:

/ life / action / practices through the Core-Values of: - Discipline, Responsibility, leadership translated in
- Discipline, Responsibility, leadership translated in wearing their prescribed uniform, haircut-good grooming,
-
Discipline, Responsibility, leadership translated in
wearing their prescribed uniform, haircut-good grooming,
attendance, active participation in all activities to
develop leadership.
-
faith translated in Community Masses/interfaith
celebration, reflection, journal writing and activities
every modules.
-
Love and promotion of life – peace – translated in
community service/care for others and their environment.
These modules, practices are the over-arching integration activities every Saturday within the implementation of the
These modules, practices are the over-arching
integration activities every Saturday within the
implementation of the programs/activities…
within the implementation of the programs/activities… The Motto: “A better Philippines Starts with ME .” The

The Motto: “A better Philippines Starts with ME .” The Golden Rule

the implementation of the programs/activities… The Motto: “A better Philippines Starts with ME .” The Golden
the implementation of the programs/activities… The Motto: “A better Philippines Starts with ME .” The Golden
the implementation of the programs/activities… The Motto: “A better Philippines Starts with ME .” The Golden
3. GOAL - towards a Sustainable Development Program for the Youth especially NSTP (CWTS) to
3. GOAL
- towards a Sustainable Development
Program for the Youth especially NSTP
(CWTS) to be the Heart, Mind and KIWA of
God in the World.
STRATEGIES of Implementation - Community Involvements/Services during the semester.
STRATEGIES of Implementation
- Community Involvements/Services
during the semester.
3.1 CWTS-1 Services/Involvements covers the following:
3.1 CWTS-1 Services/Involvements covers the following:
- Community Involvements/Services during the semester. 3.1 CWTS-1 Services/Involvements covers the following:
- Community Involvements/Services during the semester. 3.1 CWTS-1 Services/Involvements covers the following:
a. IN-CAMPUS SERVICES/Involvement - 5 R’s Campaign (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Recover, Respond) - Clean, Green,
a.
IN-CAMPUS SERVICES/Involvement
- 5 R’s Campaign (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Recover,
Respond)
- Clean, Green, Peaceful Campus Campaign –
Floor Patrol
- Intramural Days Services
- One hour service every week of CWTS Students to
their CESDEV Programs.
b.OUT-CAMPUS (Extension Services) - Envirofest – Nature Trekking - - International Coastal/ River Clean-up Day
b.OUT-CAMPUS (Extension Services)
-
Envirofest – Nature Trekking
-
-
International Coastal/
River Clean-up Day
Alay-Lakad
-
Blood Donation (throughout the year)
c. Integration Day – Culminating Day AM Activity MUGNA CWTS (creative works as translation of
c.
Integration Day – Culminating Day
AM Activity
MUGNA CWTS (creative works as translation of
what they learned in CWTS-1 in actual and tangible
projects like:
- Booth-showcasing the 7 Environmental Principles
- Recycling Inventions/Creation/Re-making
Fashion, etc.
(each student select their own project)
- T-shirt / Leaf Printing
- Make-Over Challenge

PM Activity

PM Activity MUGNA Cultural Showcase their Talents /Capabilities in singing, dancing, poetry, etc. for the Kundiman/native

MUGNA Cultural Showcase their Talents /Capabilities in singing, dancing, poetry, etc. for the

Kundiman/native to retro hiphop genre, etc.)

Integration Interfaith Celebration of Life and Promotion of peace with an Interfaith Organizations like URI with

bands Sing and dance, etc.

Celebration of Life and Promotion of peace with an Interfaith Organizations like URI with bands Sing
Celebration of Life and Promotion of peace with an Interfaith Organizations like URI with bands Sing
3.2 CWTS-2 Community Immersion/Service 1. Preparation Stage:
3.2 CWTS-2 Community Immersion/Service
1. Preparation Stage:

The Students’ Volunteers/Facilitators/Students undergo

different orientations and basic skills training on: - Community Awareness/Relations/Organization / Planning
different orientations and basic skills training on:
- Community Awareness/Relations/Organization /
Planning /Implementation
- First Aid/Disaster Preparedness/Prevention
- Drug Awareness/Prevention
- Bantay – Tambutso Campaign
- Good Citizenship Modules
- 12 Little Things you can help your country better

-

Other Skills as the need arises

2.

Program Implementation in the Communities: 2.1 - Planning Stage with the Brgy. Councils/Communities by the
Program Implementation in the Communities:
2.1 - Planning Stage with the Brgy. Councils/Communities by the
facilitators/student leaders for the project the community
want.
2.2
The Activities in the communities would normally
center on: - TUTORIALS for children using environmental education modules we have in CWTS-1 -
center on:
- TUTORIALS for children using environmental education
modules we have in CWTS-1
- Adopt-a-Family Program
- Beautification, Greening, Cleaning the Community
Campaign thro’ sharing of the Waste Management
Law
- Bundles of Joy-Christmas Bazaar fro the Community. The
students donate goods, etc. and they sell in the community for

half the prize as agreed with them. The proceeds go back to

the Community in the form of projects agreed upon.

2.3 INTEGRATION DAYS in the Community like: - PASAKA Festival for one barangay (whole month
2.3
INTEGRATION DAYS in the Community like:
- PASAKA Festival for one barangay
(whole month of February)
- Cultural /Environmental Inventions/Activities
- Showcasing of Talents and Abilities of the
Communities
- This year we will introduce the following
Waste Market Fair (for livelihood program)
Recycling Creation/Inventions
- For the CWTS Grand Recognition Day –
Graduation day – Cebu Coliseum (Formal)
3) SPECIAL PROGRAMS for CWTS-2 in partnership with Cebu City and other NGO’s - Crowd
3)
SPECIAL PROGRAMS for CWTS-2 in
partnership with Cebu City and other NGO’s
- Crowd Control during the Sinulog Procession and
Sinulog Mardi Gras for Cebu City
- Community Blood Donation in partnership with
RBCC and PNRC
- Drug Watch Campaign Parade
- Involvement with LIHOK Filipina, Share a Child
Movement and other NGO’s for selected students
Watch Campaign Parade - Involvement with LIHOK Filipina, Share a Child Movement and other NGO’s for
Watch Campaign Parade - Involvement with LIHOK Filipina, Share a Child Movement and other NGO’s for
II.
II.
II. Management, Administration, Policies, Strategies 1. Management/Administration - organizational structure

Management, Administration, Policies, Strategies

1. Management/Administration - organizational structure
1. Management/Administration
- organizational structure

Organizational Structure

Administration, Policies, Strategies 1. Management/Administration - organizational structure Organizational Structure
Administration, Policies, Strategies 1. Management/Administration - organizational structure Organizational Structure
a) Administration/Management - composed of the Director as the over-all implementor of the program. -
a) Administration/Management - composed of the Director as the over-all implementor of the program. -
a)
Administration/Management
- composed of the Director as the over-all
implementor of the program.
- UC-Staff, Working Students, Support Volunteers
program. - Financial Committee who is in-charge of the internal finances of the CWTS and
program.
- Financial Committee who is in-charge of the
internal finances of the CWTS and Auditing.

help the Staff and Administration of the day to day

who is in-charge of the internal finances of the CWTS and Auditing. help the Staff and
who is in-charge of the internal finances of the CWTS and Auditing. help the Staff and
b) Area Team Leaders – these are Senior Student Volunteer Facilitators who were trained to
b) Area Team Leaders – these are Senior Student
Volunteer Facilitators who were
trained
to over-see the direct
implementation of
the Mugna
Module by the Facilitators
in the
different classes.

in-charge of the Facilitators performance / behavior / attitudes assigned her team.

call for a team meeting/in-service trainings and deal with students problems in the first level of intervention.performance / behavior / attitudes assigned her team. the team leader give weekly report to the

the team leader give weekly report to the director written in the logbook.her team. call for a team meeting/in-service trainings and deal with students problems in the first

problems in the first level of intervention. the team leader give weekly report to the director
problems in the first level of intervention. the team leader give weekly report to the director
c) Technical Working Team
c) Technical Working Team

- These are the Facilitator Volunteers assigned

to take charge of all the planning, and

implementation of the operations of all the big

events and programs of CWTS.

- They plan with the Area Team Leaders for the implementation of the CWTS Mugna Program.

big events and programs of CWTS. - They plan with the Area Team Leaders for the
big events and programs of CWTS. - They plan with the Area Team Leaders for the
d) Support Services Team - This are the CWTS volunteers who helped in the direct
d)
Support Services Team
- This are the CWTS volunteers who helped
in the direct implementation of the
different support services for the
organization.
are the CWTS volunteers who helped in the direct implementation of the different support services for
are the CWTS volunteers who helped in the direct implementation of the different support services for
II. Management Systems a. Grading b. Policies c. Forms • Summary of Attendance • Daily
II.
Management Systems
a.
Grading
b. Policies
c. Forms
Summary of Attendance
Daily Attendance / Students and Facilitators
• Grading Forms CWTS 1 / CWTS 2
• Justification for grades
• Clearances
• Profile of Students / Volunteers
• Evaluation Forms / Students and Facilitators
• Plan of Action
• Waiver for out campus activity
• Activity Form
• Request Form
• Certificates
d.
Documentation – PASAKA Festival
Thank you…
Thank you…
Presented by:
Presented by:
Sr. Sandra G. Clemente, RSCJ
Sr. Sandra G. Clemente, RSCJ
Thank you… Presented by: Sr. Sandra G. Clemente, RSCJ
Thank you… Presented by: Sr. Sandra G. Clemente, RSCJ