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Continuing Professional Development Program

"Improving Tests to Assess 21st Century Skills"

May 18, 2019, 7:30 am to 4:30 pm

St. Paul University, Quezon City

Aurora Blvd. Corner Gilmore Ave.

Download the letter of invitation here

Click here to register online 

This CPDP is a one-day seminar-workshop where participants will be trained on how to use the Revised Bloom's Taxonomy by Krathwohl and Anderson and the Structure of Learning Outcomes (SOLO)  by Biggs and Collis in developing and evaluating students' 21st century skills. The session highlights the use of the cognitive processes and the knowledge dimensions in constructing quality test items using the multiple choice format in assessing students' 21st century learning skills.  The target participants are teachers from the basic education to the tertiary level.

Seminar Goals:

(1) Demonstrate understanding of the Revised Bloom's Taxonomy and SOLO in the construction of quality multiple choice items;

(2) Construct multiple choice items in assessing the 21st century skills; and

(3) Reflect on the importance of assessment framework in developing high quality cognitive tests.


6:30-7:30 Registration

7:30-8:00 Opening

8:00-12:00 Session 1

12:00-1:00 lunch

1:00-4:30 Session 2 and workshop


The registration fee for the CPDP is Php 1,500.00, which includes conference materials, snacks, and lunch.

Registrants can be paid through bank with this account:


Account Number:   004103-0466-32

Bank:                         Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI)

Branch Address:      Masangkay-Mayhaligue


To acknowledge payment, please scan bank deposit receipt with the participants’ full name, school, and cell phone number for sending to


For more information about the CPDP, you may inquire through Dr. Violeta Valladolid, PEMEA Secretariat, in her mobile phone at 09152055801 or email


Reservations to attend the seminar-workshop can be sent to

Please avoid wearing shorts as per St. Paul University policy.

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