MCCID was one of the schools that Ma’am Coryell has graciously collaborated with. Among the many wonderful activities we shared was assisting her in the publishing and promoting of her four books, “The Basic Way to English for the Deaf” in 1996. We continue to use this as our guide book in our English and Sign Language classes.
As part of our MCCID’s month long 18th Anniversary, I have compiled a 10 minute video about the school’s successes. These are highlighted based on actual TV interviews done inside the school premises from 1993 to 2011 starting at Studio 23 (2003) taken at old MCCID building in Manila, ABS-CBN (2008) taken at MCCID building… Continue Reading →
Happy 18th year to Manila Christian Computer Institute for the Deaf, now MCCID College of Technology! Wow! How time flies! The school has experienced a whirlwind of activities and abundance of blessings! Foundation day will be held this Friday, October 14, at Luyong Restaurant in JP Rizal, Concepcion Uno, Marikina City. We look forward… Continue Reading →
Fifteen years ago in 1993, two young Christian computer professionals, one hearing and one deaf, dreamed of an educational institution that can concentrate on the needs of the deaf through the use of computers. This field of work is fitted to them because it needs minimal supervision and communication skills.
I did not put this post to malign, ridicule, lambast or even judge people. It’s easy to make comments or judgment about others even though we know nothing about their lives. It’s easy for us to throw theological arguments and biblical texts pertaining to this. It’s easy to take sides. But it’s more difficult to love and understand.