June 19, 2024

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DOST Rizal deploys VISSER Technology to two Rizal High Schools

THE Department of Science and Technology (DOST), through its Rizal Provincial Science and Technology Office (PSTO-Rizal), has deployed the Versatile Instrumentation System for Science and Education and Research (VISSER) to two (2) high schools. These schools are San Jose National High School (SJNHS) in Rodriguez (May 14th) and Tanay Senior High School (TSHS) in Tanay (May 21st).
The VISSER technology aims to aid Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) instructors and learners in making experiments more interactive, effective, and efficient through its electronic devices, sensors, and pre- designed laboratory modules. Specifically, this innovative “laboratory in a box” targets four (4) key objectives: enhanced learning, real-world applications, improved critical thinking, and cultivation of future scientists.

The following officials and representatives gathered to mark the deployment of VISSER through a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) signing event: Hon. Ronnie S. Evangelista, Municipal Mayor of Rodriguez; Dr. Jeffrey Pino, Municipal Administative Officer of LGU Tanay; Fernando E. Ablaza, Provincial S&T Director of DOST Rizal; Dr. Doris DJ. Estalilla, Schools Division Superintendent of the
Department of Education (DepEd) Schools Division Office (SDO) of Rizal; Chief of Curriculum and Implementation Division Dr. Rosemarie C. Blando; Mil F. Ponciano, Public Schools District Supervisor-Rodriguez Sub-Office; Dr. Jay B. Baylon, Public Schools District Supervisor-Tanay Sub-Office; Mr. Robert John D. Dela Cruz, Education Program Specialist for Science and Technology; Mr. Ricardo C. Vergara, SJNHS Principal; and Ms. Kristine Joy S. Pedroso, TSHS Principal.