“While Surfing: On the Ebola Virus” by Hannah Ledesma reminded me to share the movie, Outbreak (Warner Bros. 1995) which dramatizes the possible medical emergency scenario caused by Ebola Virus.
While watching, try to situate yourself in this scenario:
Who are you in this event? How will you act?
As an advertising student with 6 units of science courses, what do you do to make use of this Advertising and Science Education?
Embedding the video found by co-author “While Surfing: On the Ebola Virus”
Following the recent global anxiety about great mortality rates of citizens in west Africa, several Youtube channels have covered this story with the intent to educate and inform the rest of the world on this dangerous albeit unfamiliar disease.
While surfing one of my favourite science channels, SciShow, I saw this video summarizing the Ebola virus’ casualties, a synopsis of its history, transmission and the current state in Africa. The link below will lead you to the video.
- 2nd Deadliest Disease
- Bats were the initial carriers
- a.k.a. Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever or Ebola Virus Disease
- The most violent species of right now is the Zebov with a fatality rate of 83%
- Coined “Ebola” because of its place origin, the Ebola river
- 2014 has 1,323 infected out of which 729 have died
- It causes flu-like symptoms of vomiting and diarrhoea then destroys the capillaries until all of the patient’s…
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So last August 16, 2014. There was this commotion in the plaza mayor. A shoot for the Manila Film Fest, the “BAD ANG SINUNGALING”. And since our class was tasked to observe the production of the movie, we took as many pictures and videos as possible for our attendance. But we also enjoyed ourselves to the fullest (of course there are SELFIES included) since this is a rare opportunity to watch a live production. We also act as extras in the background, which I’m not really proud of but, I admit it is actually fun especially when you have friends to share the experience.
I’m not really excited about the artists, since I already saw Marian Rivera in Panagbenga and I’m not really a fan of Ryzza. But what I had been excited about are the directors and scriptwriters even the videographer (just watching the production excites me about the future) since I also want to experience a job in Film production.
I also want to experience directing a film but it’s not my dream job for my goal is still a creative director.
Since I only use my phone camera, the pictures that had been taken were blurred and not really that clear. And for the video that I had taken, I don’t know why I can’t somehow upload it in YouTube so I only posted some pictures.
NOTE: Unfortunately, I’m late in posting this blog since I really do have some problems in connection. I can’t really go at the net cafe since I don’t have enough allowance last week so I decided to go home this weekend to have easy access on the internet.
How can we describe a good teacher or a good professor?
In the Norm: Teacher- comes in class-check attendance-lectures-quiz-dismissal.
In the old times did you know that the idea of selling water particularly in water bottles people thought that it was a silly idea? Which we can now find sold all over the world by groceries, convenience stores or street vendors! That unique idea at first sounded silly, crazy, weird and/but unique but now it evolved to be worldwide; never the less, it has a particular classification which we call brands! (Ex. Summit, Cystal Clear, Aqua Fina, Absolute etc.)
Our professor, Prof. Rom Cumagun introduced to us a different approach in teaching which he calls “Blogosphere.” It sounded unique, but most of us, his students, weren’t interested about it; because we were taught by the “Norm,” we accepted the traditional way of teaching where we can learn and get our grades from.
Like no other professor, we broke the ice by asking him what his real objective in teaching is. Why is he not giving lectures from a book? Why is he discussing about blogging? At first, we didn’t understand, but one phrase he said that inspired me was: “I have a big dream that someday, YOU, as advertising students, might someday become leaders” which led to an answer to those questions of ours. He wanted us to be authors, not to be readers. He has this big vision for us that someday we will be discovered by our unique ideas like Albert Einstein, Galileo Galilei, William Gilbert a.k.a. to be Leaders, Celebrities, Known Names in the Industry!
His approach of teaching was like this…
Prof. Cumagun-Prayer-discussion of blogs-interaction-grading system based on our multiple intelligence-attendance-dismissal
As an advertising student, he introduced his own brand as a professor which makes him one of a kind. He is not like any other professor who just teaches but requires us to interact with people through blogging, not in a traditional way of teaching, but by applying our major in a practical way! He, I would say, should be called our personal trainer, because he exercises us our major in advertising by blogging.
Our Believer, Trainer and Professor sir I respect your approach in teaching. It may be unique but that uniqueness might lead us someday to be successful professionals in our field. Thank you.
Published a page about NS102 – 3AD-6
Read posts on this event by co-authors
A Day in a Life a CFAD Student. By: Luiza Artillero
Bad Ang Sinungaling By: Pamela Bacay
Bad Ang Sinungaling Taping By: Irish Rabena
Ryzza & Marian at UST by DELA CRUZ, ZARINA MARI PACION
MFF: Bad Ang Sinungaling by GARCIA, RICAEL JAZMINE BACAREZA
“Bad ang Sinungaling” Taping at UST by INDIONGCO, KRISTOFFER ALESSANDRO PECJO
Taping Around the Campus by JADULANG, FRANCO LEE MANALAD
Taping at UST by VELASCO, AUSTINE THERESE BAETIONG
In Hopes That It Will Be a True Good Film (A Ranting Essay on the Philippine Film Industry) by VINALAY, KATRINA MAE CAMU
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