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STAKEHOLDERS IN
CURRICULUM
FIELD STUDY
DEVELOPMENT
Learning Episode

My Learning Episode Overview


This episode gives the roles of various stakeholders in the
community in the enrichment of the curriculum. This also cites the
importance of the various stakeholders in curriculum development,
implementation and evaluation.

My Desired Learning Outcomes


 Explain the roles of stakeholders in curriculum development,
implementation and evaluation.
 Elaborate one of the importance of these stakeholders in designing
and evaluating the curriculum
 Cite situations on how the stakeholders participated in curriculum
implementation

My Performance Criteria
I will be rated along the following:
a. Quality of my observations and documentation,
b. Completeness and depth of my analysis,
c. Depth and clarity of my classroom observation-based reflections,
d. Completeness, organization, clarity of my portfolio and
e. Time of submission of my portfolio.

My Learning Essentials

Stakeholders are individual or institutions that are interested in the


curriculum. They get involved in many different ways.
School
Parents
Leaders/Administr
Are
ations
significant
Are curriculum
school Community
Teachers managers
parent Serves as the
Are curriculum resource
curricularists and learning
environment.
Curriculum
Learners Other Stakeholders
Stakeholder
Are the core of s Are members of the school
the curriculum and larger community such as
local government officials.

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DepEd asks Duterte: Keep lotto away from schools

By: Jovic Yee / @jovicyeeINQ


Philippine Daily Inquirer / 05:47 AM October 22, 2016
DepEd Secretary Leonor Briones. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO / RICHARD A.
REYES
Education Secretary Leonor Briones has asked President Duterte to stop
lotto outlets from being put up near schools lest this send a wrong signal
to students.

Briones said she raised the matter in a recent Cabinet meeting, arguing
that lotto outlets being allowed to open near campuses would contradict
the values being taught to the students.

“In school you teach them honesty, discipline and the like. [But] then [the
lotto outlets] give them hopes of becoming rich quickly, and you can see in
the [queues] there would be a number of young people and even the parents
of the children,” she said in an interview.
Briones did not say how far these establishments should be from schools.
According to Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office regulations, lotto
outlets should be at least 100 meters away from schools.

Briones also said the Department of Education (DepEd) would no longer


accept donations from the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp.
(Pagcor). Pagcor last year allocated P10 billion to address DepEd’s
classroom backlog.

Briones said she had returned the unspent balance of donations, running
in the millions of pesos, without intending to “dishonor the previous
executives” who had accepted the amounts. Even before she assumed the
DepEd post, Briones had objected to the idea of sourcing funds from
gambling to fill gaps in the
education sector. “I have always been against gambling as a source of
funding for development. The positive side is you raise money for
development, but then it’s also antidevelopmental,” she said.

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My Insights

School is an institution that improves learning. It must be a friendly and


gambling free institution. It needs to be away from any gambling that
keeps students to do all the gambling works.
My Map

1. interview different 3. reflect on the


2. interview parents
stakeholders and importance of
on the extent of their
inquire about hteir stakeholders in the
participation.
roles in curriculum curriculum

5. Prepare your
4. write your insghts
portfolio

My Learning Activities

Interview Different Stakeholders and inquire about their roles in


Activity 1 curriculum development.

Stakeholders of the Curriculum Roles in Curriculum Development


Development
1. Learners The one who is directly influenced
by curriculum development.
Learners level unmake curriculum
by their active and direct
involvement.
2. Teachers Must be program initiated at the
teacher level, active participation
in decision making and
development work.
3. School Leader/Administrator They supervised curriculum
implementation, select and recruit
new teachers, admit students,
procure equipment and materials
needed for effective learning.
4. Parents Best supporters of school
especially they are the ones paying
for the child’s education.
5. Community The community members and
materials in the existing local
community can very well
substitute for what are needed to
implement the curriculum.
6. Other Agents They are being asked by
curriculum specialist to contribute
in curriculum review because they
have the voice in licensure
examinations, curriculum
enhancement and many more.

My Reflections
Each of the stakeholders contributes a great part in the curriculum
implementation. Each of them suggests in developing the curriculum in
order to be more effective and efficient as the means for the teaching-
learning process.

Activity 2 Interview the parents about the extent of their participation in


enriching the curriculum. Use the scale given below.

4 3 2 1
Very Large Extent Large Extent Moderate Extent Little Extent
(VLE) (LE) (ME) (LE)

Activities 4 3 2 1
VLE LE ME LE
1. Resource Speaker

2. Teacher Aide

3. Judge/Coach/Mentor

4. Donor (Instructional
Materials, Etc)
5. Others (pls. Specify)
My Personal Insights
Parents are open to the new curriculum that implement by the department
of education because they believe that It can make their child’s learning to
be more effective.

Activity 3 Reflect on the importance of stakeholders in curriculum


implementation.

Each of the stakeholders contributes a great part in the curriculum


implementation. Each of them suggests in developing the curriculum in
order to be more effective and efficient as the means for the teaching-
learning process.

They do each task for the curriculum that needed to enhance the
students knowledge and skills.
Integrating Theory and Practice

Directions: Read the items given below and encircle the correct answer.
1. The following are the roles of the stakeholders in curriculum
development.
I. Help in formulating the appropriate learning experiences
II. Create an environment that allows for the child’s holistic
development
III. Participate in the implementations of the curriculum
IV. All are roles of the stakeholders
A. I only C. III only
B. II only D. I,II, and III

2. These stakeholders are direct partners of the school in strengthening


learning experience in the home.
A. Community
B. School Administration
C. Parents
D. Government Officials

3. The stakeholders are the core of the curriculum. They are the primary
beneficiaries of the curriculum.
A. Learners
B. Community
C. Teachers
D. Parents
Paste pictures of stake holders in curriculum
Learning Portfolio implementation.

My Learning Rubric
FIELD STUDY 5, EPISODE 2 – Guiding Principles in the
Assessment of Learning
Focused on: •Determining application of the guiding assessment
principles in given situation.
 Applying the basic assessment principles in the teaching-learning process.

Name of FS Student: Date Submitted:


Year and Section: Course:

Learning Exemplary Superior Satisfactory Needs Improvement


Episodes 4 3 2 1
All episodes were done All or nearly all episodes Nearly all episodes were Fewer than half of
Learning with outstanding quality; were done with high done with acceptable episodes were done or
Activities work exceeds quality. quality. most objectives were met
expectations. but needs improvement.
4 3 2 1
All questions/ episodes Analysis questions were Analysis questions were not Analysis questions were
were answered answered completely. answered completely. not answered.
completely; in depth
answers; thoroughly Clear connection with Vaguely related to the Grammar and spelling
Analysis of the grounded on theories. theories. theories. unsatisfactory.
Learning Episode Exemplary grammar and
spelling. Grammar and spelling Grammar and spelling
are superior. acceptable.

4 3 2 1
Reflection statements are Reflection statements are Reflection statements are Reflection statements are
profound and clear; clear, but not clearly shallow; supported by unclear and shallow and
supported by experiences supported by experiences experiences from the are not supported by
Reflection /
from the learning from the learning leaning episodes. experiences from the
Insights
episodes. episodes. learning episodes.
1
4 3 2
Portfolio is complete, clear, Portfolio is complete, Portfolio is incomplete; Analysis questions were
well-organized and all clear, well-organized; supporting documentations not answered.
supporting; most supporting are organized but are
documentations are documentations are lacking. Grammar and spelling
Learning Portfolio
located in sections clearly available and logical and unsatisfactory.
designated. clearly marked locations.

4 3 2 1
Submitted before the Submitted on the submitted a day after the Submitted two days or
Submission of deadline. deadline. deadline. more after the deadline.
Learning Episode 1
4 3 2
COMMENT/S Rating:
Overall Score (Based on
transmutation)

TRANSMUTATION OF SCORE TO GRADE/RATING


Score 20 19-18 17 16 15 14 13-12 11 10 9-8 7-Below
Grade 5.00
71-Below

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Date

CURRICULUM
FIELD STUDY
EVALUATION AND THE
Learning Episode TEACHER
My Learning Episode Overview
This learning episode provide activities on what, why, and how to
evaluate a curriculum. This episode also elaborates on the need to evaluate
various curriculum models.
My Intended Learning Outcomes

1. Describe curriculum evaluation


2. Explain the importance of curriculum evaluation
3. Elaborate on the process of curriculum evaluation
4. Design a curriculum evaluation tool

My Performance Criteria
I will be rated along the following:
a. Quality of my observations and documentation,
b. Completeness and depth of my analysis,
c. Depth and clarity of my classroom observation-based reflections,
d. Completeness, organization, clarity of my portfolio and
e. Time of submission of my portfolio.

My Learning Essentials

Curriculum evaluation is a new idea for many teachers, not knowing


that every day; the teacher is involves in several components of evaluation. There
are two(2) ways of looking at curriculum evaluation.

Curriculum Program Evaluation may focus


on the overall aspects of a curriculum or
the curriculum itself. More often it refers to
big curriculum program.
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Examples of these programs that undergo
Curriculu a curriculum program evaluation are the k-
m 12 curiculum and outcome based approach
in mathematics curriculum
evaluatio
2
n
Curriculum program co,ponent evaluation.
A curriculum component may include
separate evaluation of acghieved learning
outcome, curriculum process and
instructional materials.
My Map

4.
prepare 3. secure a
your copy of a
2. interview portfolio curriculum
a principal evaluation
how they checklist
evaluate
the
curriculum. 1. Ask several
people why
there is a need
to evaluate the
curriculum.

My Learning Activities

Activity 3 Ask at least six (6) teachers, why there is a need to evaluate the
curriculum.

To
Understand In order for
the Clarity of the teacher
Purpose. to know what
to teach.
To be clear in To prepare
the outcome the students
of each in dealing
teaching new changes
method and in the
strategies. curriculum.

Activity 2 Interview a principal/administrator find out how they evaluate their


schools curriculum

Excerpts of the interview

shaping a vision of academic success for all students. ƒ Creating


a climate hospitable to education. ƒ Cultivating leadership in
others. ƒ Improving instruction. ƒ Managing people, data and
processes to foster school improvement.
My Reflections

The purpose of the principal/administrator to find out how to


evaluate the curriculum is that they supervised the
implementation of the curriculum in order to be effective in the
part of the teachers and as well for the students.

Design/secure a copy of curricular evaluation checklist and paste on


Activity 3
it.
Integrating Theory and Practice
Direction: Read the items given below and encircle the correct answer.

1. All the importance of evaluating the curriculum except:


A. To be able to boast of a new and improved curriculum every time.
B. To constantly keep up with the changing times.
C. To answer to the changing needs of the students.
D. To identify which part and aspects of the implement curriculum
needs to improved, modified or changed.

2. Which component can be included in curriculum evaluation.


A. Learning outcomes
B. Teacher performance
C. Strategies and methods used
D. Instructional materials

3. When do we need to evaluate the curriculum?


A. Every academic year
B. Every quarter
C. When somebody suggests it
D. Whenever necessary

Paste a sample of a curricula evaluation form.


Learning Rubric
FIELD STUDY 5, EPISODE 9– Reporting Students’ Performance
Focused on:
 Stating the reason(s) why grades must be reported to parents
 Describing what must be done to make grade reporting meaningful
Name of FS Student: Date Submitted:
Year and Section: Course:

Learning Exemplary Superior Satisfactory Needs Improvement


Episodes 4 3 2 1
All episodes were done All or nearly all episodes Nearly all episodes were Fewer than half of episodes
with outstanding quality; were done with high done with acceptable were done or most
Learning
work exceeds quality. quality. objectives were met but
Activities
expectations. needs improvement.
4 3 2 1
All questions/ episodes Analysis questions were Analysis questions were not Analysis questions were
were answered completely; answered completely. answered completely. not answered.
in depth answers;
thoroughly grounded on Clear connection with Vaguely related to the Grammar and spelling
Analysis of the theories. Exemplary theories. theories. unsatisfactory.
Learning Episode grammar and spelling.
Grammar and spelling are Grammar and spelling
superior. acceptable.
4
3 2 1
Reflection statements are Reflection statements are Reflection statements are Reflection statements are
profound and clear; clear, but not clearly shallow; supported by unclear and shallow and
Reflection / supported by experiences supported by experiences experiences from the are not supported by
Insights from the learning episodes. from the learning leaning episodes. experiences from the
episodes. learning episodes.
4
3 2 1
Portfolio is complete, clear, Portfolio is complete, Portfolio is incomplete; Analysis questions were
Learning Portfolio well-organized and all clear, well-organized; supporting documentations not answered.
supporting; most supporting
documentations are documentations are are organized but are Grammar and spelling
located in sections clearly available and logical and lacking. unsatisfactory.
designated. clearly marked locations.
4 3 1
2
Submitted before the Submitted on the submitted a day after the Submitted two days or
Submission of deadline. deadline. deadline. more after the deadline.
Learning Episode
4 3 2 1
COMMENT/S Rating:
Overall Score (Based on
transmutation)

TRANSMUTATION OF SCORE TO GRADE/RATING


Score 20 19-18 17 16 15 14 13-12 11 10 9-8 7-Below
Grade 5.00
71-Below

______________________________ _______________________
Signature of FS Teacher Above Printed Name Date