Winie Blaza: An Amazing Interview with a TSOK Officer with 17 Years of Teaching Experience

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We delve into the experiences and insights of a TSOK officer. Winnie Molina Blaza is a highly qualified and licensed teacher with an impressive track record in education. With a total of 17 years of teaching experience, Winnie Blaza has honed her skills and dedication both in the Philippines and Kuwait. She holds a Bachelor’s in Elementary Education from the University of Caloocan City, where she developed a solid foundation for effective teaching practices. Her career is marked by a diverse range of teaching experiences, including her current role as a Teacher at Hamel Al Mesk Bilingual Nurseries in Mubarak Alkabeer, Kuwait.

With her solid educational background, wealth of experience, and unwavering dedication, Winnie Blaza is well-prepared to take on any challenge and responsibility. Her desire to continually learn and grow as an educator makes her a valuable asset to any educational organization. Winnie Molina Blaza is poised to make a meaningful impact in teaching and learning.

Here’s an up close and personal interview with Winnie Blaza:

What is the mission and purpose of TSOK?

The goal is to assist members, particularly non-passers, in taking the exam and becoming licensed professional teachers.

How do officers of TSOK collaborate and work together to achieve the organization’s goals?

During SPLE (Special Professional Licensure Examination), the seasoned officers help each other. We divide ourselves into 2 or 3 groups to take duty in different places or areas, including Fahaheel, Salmiya, and Farwaniya, just to cater to the aspiring associate members. Some are responsible for handling documents, while others collect fees. Did you know that the officers also provide review to the examinees? This is invaluable, but yes, we do it as officers to help the examinees pass the exam. Sparing time to help them boosts their confidence.

What qualifications and experience are typically required to become an officer of TSOK?

To become an officer, you must be an LPT (Licensed Professional Teacher). However, due to work conflicts, since we are OFWs, some passers can’t participate actively. This is the reason why some of us end up taking non-passers to fill up vacant positions. But, the president and vice president must be an LPT or a licensed Professional Teacher.

What are some of the significant initiatives or projects that officers of TSOK are currently working on?

Officers will be conducting community service in Philippine School Jileeb branch in December.

How does TSOK promote teamwork and collaboration among its officers?

As an OFW and an officer of the organization, it’s not easy; your body, mind, and soul are divided. “With great power comes great responsibility,” as they say. Whether you like it or not, you need to work.

Can you provide an overview of the organizational structure of TSOK and the roles and responsibilities of officers within the organization?

Organization is the source of information by its members. To facilitate communication and coordination between organizational members so that the transformation can takes place. The president is the one who has a direct contact with the (PPO) Philippine Professional Organization, any information given by the PPO, the president must inform his/her officers help disseminating the information to the members.

Can you provide insights into the relationship between officers and the leadership team within TSOK?

Directing or managing a group of people or an organization is not an easy task for officers. Patience is badly needed, especially during high-stress periods. You will be dealing with people who have different personalities, attitudes, qualities, and behaviors, as well as different characters, which include moral and mental qualities and beliefs that make each person unique. This diversity can lead to occasional stress and frustration. Being an officer is not a ‘happy-go-lucky’ task, but in this role, you can measure your qualifications and suitability.

What is the overall vision or future direction that officers of TSOK are working towards?

The vision is to ensure that all teachers pass the exam, especially those who work as household workers. It’s sad to say and know that you will find graduate teachers working as household help in other countries due to a lack of opportunities in our own land. They seek what they perceive as ‘greener pastures,’ though not all, but mostly. What’s even sadder is that you will find them unhappy, maltreated, unable to eat and sleep properly, and, worst of all, not receiving their fair salary. I hope and pray that one day we will be free from this situation.



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