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Joseph Titar Facilitates NDJC Pre-School Orientation, SY, 2015-2016



Joseph Titar Facilitates NDJC Pre-School Orientation, SY, 2015-2016


Steve Munby and Thomas Sergiovanni asserted that the moral obligation of education is about “changing and transforming the lives of children and young people and their families.” It is in this context that the Office of the Presi- dent invited Joseph Titar and Diego Reyes, who are both education specialists, to facilitate the pre-school orientation on May 29 - June 2, 2015.This annual pre-school orientation was conducted to prepare the minds and hearts of the NDJC community to give better service for the school year.

The first session was attended by administrators with the theme “Shepherd: School Heads’ Enhancement Program for Holistic, Ethical and Results-directed Leadership.”Mr. Titar’s mantra was “Leadership is not about doing something. You serve by who you are”. The second session was intended for faculty members with the theme “The Joys of Teaching: Teaching from the Heart”. His constant reminder to all teachers was to teach from the heart so that they stay positive all the time. The last session was participated in by NTP with the theme “Motivating the NDJC NTP for Peak Performance”. Mr. Titar emphasized the value and dignity of human work. “It is important to take pride in whatever you do as employees of Notre Dame and as co-workers of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate,” he concluded.

In the three sessions, one topic touched most the hearts and minds of participants - the 4 Tempera- ments: Sanguine, Choleric, Melancholic and Phlegmatic. At the end of the activity, each participant disco- vered her/his temperament and personality so that they could become a) good servant leaders as adminis- trators, b)  joyful teachers who will always teach from the heart, and c) professional non-teaching personnel.



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