FFP Students Showcase Works of Art
The First –year Formation Program of the Social Awareness and Community Service Involvement Office showcased a collection of various creations dubbed as FFP Exhibits: Students’ Output on January 21, 2015 until February 18, 2015 at the Gallery of the Archipelago and the Peninsula.
The exhibit is a celebration of students’ accomplishments popularly known as the Culture of Achievement (Fisher et al., 2012) after having gone through the various modules in FFP thematically categorized as SELF – OTHERS – SOCIETY and GOD.
The Culture of Achievement must be promoted in the FFP discipline because the nature of the subject does not only recognize the intellectual prowess of the students but also allow them to express themselves through various media and strategies such as painting, photography, sketching, literary work, clay modelling and shirt designing. These strategies make students express their giftedness and usher them to the final stage of their academic years – College Life.