24 March 2022
If you are an innovative science or math teacher, this new program might inspire you even more.
While best known for honing science professionals through its various scholarship programs, the Department of Science and Technology – Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) also seeks to further capacitate teachers to ensure a holistic approach in developing science education in the country. To this, the Institute recently launched its 2022 Search for the Brightest STAR, a recognition program under its Science Teacher Academy for the Regions (STAR) training program.
24 February 2022
The Tagisang Robotics’ final buzzer has to wait a bit more.
In fact, the Department of Science and Technology – Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) showed off its new game offering for the local robotics competition, which will be a fully virtual robotics contest instead of the usual on-court varsity challenge.
The Institute revealed the new game in its 2021 Tagisang Robotics Technical Training held online last December 13-17, 2021. Veteran teams from Bangkal High School, Caloocan National Science and Technology HS, Makati Science HS, Malabon National HS, Manila Science HS, Marcelo H. del Pilar National HS, Pasig City Science HS, Pitogo HS, Quezon City HS, Rizal HS, Rizal National Science HS, San Francisco HS, Sen. Renato "Compañero" Cayetano Memorial Science & Technology HS, Taguig Science HS, and Valenzuela School of Math and Science are slated to battle in the new game.
13 February 2022
More third-year college students are set to enjoy the perks of the country’s premier science and technology (S&T) scholarships.
These students need not wait any longer as the Department of Science and Technology – Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) announces the names of qualifiers under the Junior Level Science Scholarships (JLSS) – a program specifically available for ongoing third-year college students enrolled in priority S&T courses.
17 December 2021
From the mundane mysteries such as sleep and solar power to social issues such as vaccine hesitancy and environmentally-sustainable fishing traditions, everyday science comes to life in the able explorations of the young documentary filmmakers of the Department of Science and Technology – Science Education Institute’s (DOST-SEI’s) 5th Indie-Siyensya Filmmaking Competition.
Over five dozen entries from schools and individuals all across the Philippines, from Abra to Maguindanao, joined the contest. Their entries consisted of short documentaries relevant to the theme “The Scientist in Me,” aimed at explaining the science behind everyday things.