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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education

REGIOI{ W.A CALABARZO!{

Gate 2 Karangalan Village

1900 Cainta, Rizal

ERINTENDENTS

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EPED-4A-02A-RM-1 8-537

FROM

SUBJECT

DATE

ENHANCEMENT OF PEDAGOGICAT SKILLS IN TEACHING READING

IN THE MOTHER TONGUE AND BRIDGING PROCESS OF GRADE 2

September 13,2018

l. The Region through

the Cuniculum ond Leorning Monogement Division wili

2to

be held on October 23-

conduci o iroining on the Enhoncement of PedogogicolSkills in Teoching Reoding

in ihe Mother Tongue ond Bridging Process of Grode

27,2OlB in o venue to be onnounced loter in o seporote memorondum.

2. The troining oims

to o)

enhonce ihe ieochers' content knowledge ond

oreos b) copocitote the school heods ond

for

the conduct of the school-bosed Leorning

pedogogicol skills in different leorning

one (1) select teocher/mentor

Action Cell

development

{LAC}

os o delivery modolity

for teochers' continuous professionol

progrom following o

siondordize troining design ond develop

sustoinoble

ond cosi-effective professionol development system for teochers.

3. The following ore ihe number of porticiponts per division ond the focol persons:

Division

No. of Porliciponts

PSDS

School

MT/HT/ Key

Heod

Teocher

ovite Province

losmonnos Urfy

mus utty

locoor Cily

ovite City

ienerol lnos

_o9uno Hrovrnce

olombo City ito. Roso City

iinon City

Sobuyoo City

5

3

0

3

3

0

I

3

3

3

3

6

4

4

4

3

2

6

4

4

4

4

I

6

6

6

5

3

I

6

6

6

6

Trunk Line: (o2) 682-5773 I 684-4914 / 647-7447

Fax: (02) 682-2t14

website r depedcalabarzon. ph Facebook: DepEd R-4A Calabarzon

E-mail: re rsl14g-@dcped,-sqv-p-l\

Focql Persons

Felonie

Rodriguez

lrene Corungoy

Enelyn Bodillo

Roquel Azur

DEPED-4A.RM-02-18.

Division

Sotonoos Prov

lotonsos City

onouon City

-ioo Citu

?izol Province

Aniioolo Citv

Quezon Prov

-uceno Citv

ovobos Ciiv

No. of Porlicioonls

PSDS

SH

8

6

3

4

0

4

3

4

8

6

3

4

8

8

3

4

0

4

MT/HTI Key

Teocher

8

6

6

6

8

8

8

6

6

4. The following ore the focilitotors:

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Focol Persons

Fernondo

Enriquez

Loreto lloo

Dclisoy Torres

Michelle Arevolo

Joseph Joroso

Modesto Jaurige

No.

Nome

Modesto Jourioe

Division

2

Joseph Joroso

Quezon Province Luceno City

3

Roquel Azur

Binon City

 

4

Fernondo Enriouez

lioo Citv

5

Jonothon Bernobe

Cobuvoo Citv

 

6

Enelvn Bodillo

Colombo Citv

7

Felonie Rodriouez

lmus Citv

B

Loreto lloo

Botonoos Province

I

Dolisov Torres

Rizol Province

 

0

Guillermo Biloq

Botonqos Province

 

Morio Michelle Arevolo

Antioolo Ciiv

 
 

2

Cvnthio Lvn Hernondez

Cobuvoo Ciiv

3

Zhermmerlv De Torres

Binon Ciiv

4

Rodilvn De Vero

Quezon Province

5

Rio Moteo

Antioolo Ciiv

 

6

Zito Luis Medino

Bocoor

Ciiv

7

Cristino Lomson

Bocoor Citv

B

lrene Corunqov

Covite Province

9

Molou De Romos

Quezon Province

5. The division Educotion Progrom Supervisor in-chorge of MTB-MLE must submit the list

of porticiponts two

{2)

weeks before the soid dote ond must be signed by the SDS.

The focol persons sholl conduct o meeiing with the fcrcilitotors to discuss the pre-

troining deioils.

6. All porticiponts ore required

to resister of https://tinyurl.com/M'lB-2-Tronino

ond fill

out eoch item corefully.

No Online Regisirotion No Porticipotion in ihe octuol lroining.

This will olso be the bosis of ihe nomes in the certificoies.

7. The Quolity Assuronce Division {aAD)

ond Humon Resource Development Division

(HRDD)moy ossign supervisor/personnel who will hondle the on-site monitoring to

ensure quolity ond efficiency of the troining implementotion.

ond the regionolstoff ore expected to be of the venue on Doy 1 ot

B. The focilitoiors

10:00 om ond the porticiponts should orrive before ihe opening progrom in the ofiernoon. First meol to be served is AM Snocks ond the lost doy meolis PM Snocks.

9. All porticiponts ore entitled to o compensotory leove credit in lieu with the service rendered on o weekend.

10. Trovel expenses of the focilitotors ond porticiponts sholl be chorged ogoinst the

locolfunds subject to the usuol occounting/ouditing rules ond regulotions.

I l. lmmediote disseminoiion of this Memorondum is direcied.

Republic of the Philippines

DEPART}IEI{T OF EDUCATION

DepEd Complex, Meralco Avenue, Pasig City, Philippines Direct L ins (632) 633-7 202 / 687 4146 Fax (632| 63't -5057 Website:

www.deped.gov.ph

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MEMORAIVDIIM

DM-CI-2O18- OO2lg

FROM:

Regional Secretar5r, ARMM

All Regional Directors

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Undersecretary for Cu:riculupc and Instrrrction

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SUBJECT: GUIDDLIISES oil TIIE ITHLIZATIOIY or THt DOIPILOADED FuIlIDs FoR

THE RT(}IOilWIDE TRAIITIITGS OIY THE DIr.I.TNEIYT K TO 12 TEACHIIYG AIITD

LEARilII{c DELMBY PRo(}RAilS: PROFESSIOI{AL DE\IELOPUETT

DATE:

COMPOIIEilTN

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I

August 15,2018

As an olfshoot of ttre National Training of Trainers on

Ianguages, and Science

{PRIMALS)

Pedagogical Skills in Teaching

{3)

Cross-Specialization

Ttaining

for Grades 4-6 and

{l)

Pedagogical Retooling in Mathematics,

Junior High Schoot; (2} Enhancement of

Senior High Schnol

Reading in the Mother Tongue and Bridging Prrocess for Grade 2;

Teachers on their Non-Major Science

of Grade 7-10 Science

Subjects; (4) Alternative Instructionat Delivery Practices; and {5)

Competency-Based learning, a regionwide training

learning deliver5r progmm shall be conducted

2018.

on each aforementioned K to 12 teaching and

by the regional oflices not later ttran October,

The regionwide trainingS on the abovementioned K to 12 teaching and learning delivery

programs aim to:

l.- enhance teachers'content knowledge and pedagogical skills in different learning areas;

2. capacitate tlre school heads and one

{l)

school-based Learning Action Cell pAC)

professional development

3. develop sustainable and

select teacher/mentor for the conduct of t}re

as a delivery modality for teachers'continuous

program following a standardized training design; and

cost-effective professional development system for teachers.

To facilitate tle conduct of the regiouwide trainings,

charged. to the 2018 HRTD funds. The funds to be

and lodging

funds shall be downloaded to each region,

dournloaded shall cover experxies for tlre board

materials. Breakdown of

of Bre participants and administrative cost and training

fund

allotment in elch program for each region are attached

herewith for your reference (see

Annex).

For more information, all concerned

may contact Mr. Denn'Marc

Division (BLD-TLD),

P. Alayon at the Bureau of

Iearning Delivery-Teaching and Ifaming

DepEd Complex, Meralco Avenue, Pasig

4* floor, Bonifacio Building,

Cisr at telephone nos: (O2) 638-4799, l02l 687-2948,

celtphone no: OgeZ-f 26-9978, or through email address: derrnmarc.alayon@eped.gov.ph

. GUIDELIIIES OIT TIIE UTILIZATIOIT OF TIIE DOW1YLOADED FUITDS FCIR TIIE REGIOIYWIDE TRAtrTIilGS OlT TIIE DIFFEREIST K TO 12 TTACIilrtG AITD LEARISIITG

DII,rTIERY PROGRAilS: PROEESSIOIIAL DTIIELOP}IEITT COMPOilETYT

I. Ratlonale

1. The Deparbaent of Education, tlrough the Bureau of Learning Delivery -

Teaching and Iearning Division

in tlre delivery

IBLD-TLD)

supports the field offices a:rd schools

of quality basic education services for learners in ditrerent learni.ng

systems by designing innovative teaching and learning models, formulating

responsive policies and standards, and enhancing capacity of teacher-trainers for relevant pedagogicaf skills resulting in improved learning outcomes. Furttrerrrore, the BLD-TLD is ensuring tJre continuity of the implementation of various K to 12

Teaching and t-earning Delivery Programs.

2. As an offshoot of the National Training of Trainers on (1) Pedagogical Retooling in

Mathematics, Languages, and Science

Higtr School; l2l Enhancement

IPRIMALS]

for Grades 4 to 6 abd Junior

Teaching Reading in the

(3)

Cross-Spec,ializatisn

of Pedagogical Skills in

Mother Tongue and Bridging Process for Grade 2;

Training of Grade 7-L0 Science Teachers on tfieir Non-Major Science Subjects;

Alternative Instmctional Delivery Practices; and

(51

(4)

Senior High School

Competency-Based Irarning, a regionwide

12 teaching and learning delivery offices not later than Octobe12OL8.

training on each aforementioned K to

shall be conducted by the regional

progra$

3. The components of the regionwide trainings

a) establishment of baseline data

used by leamers, existirng

{e.g.,

mechan:isms at the

ground level); b)

classroom-based

mathematical, and

$ormative)

on the aforementioned programs are:

teacher and learners' profile, language

and functional reading/literacy progxan, and support

materials development; c) development of

assessment protocol for literacy, communicative,

scientific skills; and d) professional development of teachers

and school heads.

4. These guid,elines shall cover the professional developmenf sqmponent of the said

pf0gra1ns.

II. Scope ofthe PoHcy

5. Tttese

teaching

guidelines support the implementation

and learning delivery

of the aforementioned K to 12

programs which also aim to develop a cost-

system through gchool-based

teachers and instructional

effective- and sustainable professional development

mentoring or learning partnership program

leaders.

for

III. Definltlon of Termr

6. For the purposes of tl.ese guidelines, th€ folowing terms are $efined and

understood as follows:

A. Learning Action Cetl (LAC) is ttre sustainable and cost-effective school-based

professio-nal d'evelopment system

for teachers that aims' to continuously

it is

improve tJreir practice and

the third phase of the trainings.

learners' achievement- In the context of TLD,

B. Peilagogical Retooling

{PRIMALSI

iCraAes

Progran. -and

4 to 6

in

Mathematics, Langueges, ald

Sclence

is a learning delivery prograrn for Key

Grades 7 to 1O) that

aims to address

Stages 2- and 3 tlre least-learned

competencies in Mathematics, English,

Filipino, and Science in order to

1

develop tne literacy,
'

Comrnunicative, matlrem.atical, ald scientifc skills of

relevant, appropriate, and.

Grades 4-1O learners by providing teachers with

up-to-date content knowledge and instructional strategies.

C. Enhancement of Pedagogical SHlls

in Teaching Reading in the Mother

Tongue and Bridging Process for Gitade 2 is a learning delivery program for

Key Stage 1

reading in the

{Grade

2} that aims to enhance t}re pedagogical

Motlrer tongue of Grade 2 teachers, as well as the

skills in teaching

regional and

division supervisors in-charge of the Mother Tongue, and orient them on the

bridging process of languages.

D. Cross-Speclallzatflon traiUag of Grede 7-1O Science Teachexs or their

I[on-MaJor Sclence Subjects is a learning delivery program

for Key Stage 3

(Grades 7 to 10) designed to develop and enlunce tl:e content and pedagogical

knowledge of Junior l{igh School Science teachers in teaching their non-mqjor Science subjects.

t. Alternativc

Instrnctional Delivery

Fractlccs is a trearning delivery program

for Key Stage 4 {Grades 11 to 12} which *irns to present different

instructional

media as educational

altematives to enhance teacher's

strategies/approaches which will

improve learning, aid teachers in creating

any instructional media such as

lesson plans and leanring situations

using

print, visual and audio, ICT related materials and other forms,

school-based

technologl assisted

learning program

professional development system

Partrrership Proeraml SLAC)

and establish a

and sustainable

{school-based Mentoringllearning

F. Senior High School Coupetency-Based Learaing is a learning delivery

progra'n for Key Stage 4

system of instruction, assessmenf and academic reporling based on Senior

High School learners' demonstration of the knowledge and skills learned and

mastered that are aligned on the competencies and standards set by tJre

DepEd.

(Grades 11 to 12) which aims to enhance on fhe

IV. Policy fltatement

7.

These guidelines provide details on ttre:

A. utilization of funds;

B. selection of schools; and

C. allocation of budget.

8. The regionwide trainings on tl:e abovementioned K to 12 teaching and learning

delivery programs aim fp;

A.

enhance teachers' content knowledge and pedagogrcal skills in different

learning areas;

select teacher/mentor per idenffied

B. capacitate the school heads and orre

fl)

school for ttre conduct of tJ:e school-based Irarning Action Cell

delivery modalit5r for teachers'continuous professional development

{LAC} as a

progrern

following a standardized txaining design; and

C. develop sustainable and cost-effective professional development system for

teachers.

V- Procedrrre

9. Training Design

A. The profeseional devetropment component shall be done in three phases:

Phase 1:

National Training of Trainers composed of Selected

Supervisors and Subject Matter Specialists;

Phase 2:

Regionwide Training of Selected Supervisors, School Heads,

Phase 3:

and Teachers; and

Mentoring through school-based I-ACs.

B. One teacher and a school

head frcm selected schools per region will attend

Schools Divisions and Districts, the district

concerned learning areas will also attend

participants for tlre regionwid.e training

the training programs. For the

and the division supervisors of the

the training. The criteria for selecting

can be found in Aaaex 1 of these guidelines.

C. The regionwide

trainings

will have tlre following

cont€nts: unpacking the

appropriate, a-nd up-to-

curriculum, liter;acy across the curriculum, relevan!

date content lcrowledge and instructional strategies, and classroom-based

assessment of ditrerent learning areas. Refer to annexes of these guidelines. Annex 2 provides an ovewiew of tlre srhole training program. Annex 3 details

10.

the guidelines for the school-based IA,C, which are to be implemented in the

third phase of the trainings. Ttre session guides,

materials

to be used by tlre

tnining videos, and

trainers for the cond.uct

of tlre regionwide

provided through an external drive which

trainings and l,AC sessions shali be

will be delivered to each region via courier.

D. The regionwide

trainings on the aforementioned programs shall be conducted

arrd Learning Managenent Division (CLIVID) office of each

by the Curiculum

region.

Participating Schools

A.

For programs which have already been established, tJre regionwide trainings

should be conducted for tlre purpose of expanding the implementation of the

programs. Relative to this, participating schools should be those with school

heads and teachers who have notyet been traine.

B. For recenfly introduced programs, panicipating

performing schools based on their

schools should be the least

Early Language

performalce in the

Literacy and Numeracy Assessment (ELLNA) andlor National Achievement

Test (NAT).

C. In cases where diferent learning areas are concerned, each region should strategize the clustering of schools as only one teacher/mentor will represent each school in the training.

D. Thus, there is a need for each of the trained teacher/nentor representing

each of the learning areas to rotate to tlre clustered schools for tl:e conduct

of LAC sessions in their assigned leanring areas.

11. Allocation and Eligihle Expenses

A. The downloaded funds shall be utilized according to the detajled breakdown

showninAnnex 4.

B. The eligible expenses per activity are reflected as follows:

Activity

Regional Training

Eligible E:rpenses

Board and lodging Pa5rment for rental of venue or equipment Trainins materials

' C. After the trainings, ttte School Heads and tlre teachers/mentors are exlncted

program or the

to implement a school-based

mentoring/learning partnerstrip

school-based I*arning Action Cells {SLACs} using their regular school MOOE.

12. Procedures ficr Fund Release and Utilization

A. The DepEd Central Office has downloaded funds from the ?J.ta HRTD

F\rnds to

the regional offices to

suptrrort tlre conduct of the regionwide

trainings on t}re aforenentioned programs.

B. To facilitate avai}ability of funds, the Regional Office shall request

of Notice of

the release

Cash Allocation (NCA) from tlreir respective Department of

Budget Management Regional of;&ces {DBM-ROs).

C. Each region shall be accountable for the disbursement of funds based on the eligible items and activities set forth in ttrese guidelines, and based on the

Regional Training Plan to be developed in tlre National

the

Tfaining, subject to

usual budgeting, accounting, auditing, and procurement rules and

regulations.

D. Each reglon must $ubmit the accomplishment reports on the utilization of

the support funds following the forrnat found in Anner 5 of tlrese guidelines.

The lilled-out

accomplishment reports should be submitted to ttre email

address of t}e Bureau of Irarning Delivery-Teaching and learning Division {BLD-TLD) : bld.tld@ileped. gov.ph

VI. Moaito'ring

13. To

and Dvehatioa

ensure the effective implementation of the afor,ementioned programs,

monitoring and evaluation should be conducted

Personnel using

by tJ:e Division

Supervising

the attached monitoring tools developed

by tJre National

Educators' Academy of the Philippines (NEAP) for the purpose of the program

{see Annex 6J.

VII. References

DepEd

Order No. 12, s. 2015, *Guidelines on the Early Language Literacy, and

Numeracy Program: Professional Development Componenf

DepEd Order No. 33, s. 2016, "Guidelines on the Utilization of the 2016

trvery

Child A Reader Program Funds for the Early l,anguage Literacy, a:rd Numeracy

Program: Professional Development Componenf

DepEd Order No. 16, s. 2O17 - "Guidelines on the Allocation of Funds for Venue, Meals and Snacks, a:ld Room Accommodation for Official Activities organized and

conducted by the Deparh.ent of Educationl

DepEd Order No. 2, s. 2018 - "Amendment to DepEd Order No. 15, s. 2017

(Guidelines on the Allocation of Funds for Venue, Meals and Snacks, and Room Accommodation for Olficial Activities organized and conducted by the Department of Education)'

VIII. EffectiviEr

14. These guidelines shall remain in force and effect, unless sooner repealed,

amended, or rescinded.

IX. List of Annexes Annex L

Anner 2

Annex 3

Annex 4

Annex 5

Annex 6

Selection Criteria for the Participants/Representatives to ttre

Regionwide Training

trainingDesigr

SIAC Guidelines Budget Allocation per Region

Regionwide

Training Accomplishment Report Form

LAC Monitoring and Evaluation Tools

Annex 1

Selection Crlteria for the Reglon*ide ltsitrirlgs on the Differeat

K to 12 Teaching aad Learaing Dellvery Programs

A. Critcria for Selecting hrticipants from tlee Selected Schools

1. The school head must attend

the training program.

2. A teacher/mentor must be selected from the selected schools using the criteria

below. The bacherfmentor must:

2.L. be a master teacher

2.2.

{or

arry equivalent}

the schcol head, co-teachere andlor district

be recommended by

supenrisor as having the potentiat to facilitate l,AC sessions and support

2.3. fellow teachers.

2.4.

have had previous experience

as a trainer or facilitator

to

12

have had attended previous K

training programs/

2.5. conferencesl seminarsl

have participated

workshops

in other courses/seminars/workshopsfconGrences

related to reading, literacy, and content larowledge and pedagogical skills

2.6. development

have

sertred as chairprson or advocate of school arrd/ar community-

based activities related to reading and literacy

2.7, appreciate and p}ace high value on cultural diversily and multilingualism

2,8.

be computer literate

2.9. have love and passion in teaching learners

z.LO. have agood command of English and Filipino

B. Criteria for Selecting District and Divisions Supervisors

1. District Supervisors who:

1-L.

l-2. have

1-3. have had

L.4-

directly supewise the schools identilied

a good

command of English and Filipino

attended previous

K

to

12 training programs/

conferences/ seminars I workshops

be computer literate

z.lL- have had previous e4perience as a trainer or facilitator

15

"T'*T'#il;:''r'ihe

2.

1.6. #

r

.

Mathematics

Science

#**m

to provide technical assistance to schools on reading

and literacy as 1ell as on the conduct of LACs

Division Supewisors who:

2.I-

2.2.

2-3. meet the

directly supervise the disticts of schools identilied

are able to create innovative and relevant empowerment progmms for

district supertrisors and school heads

pertinent criteria specified for district supervisors in item B.1

above

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NAfIONAI, PEDAGOGTCAL RETOOLIIIG llt trATIIEMATICS,

TRAII{IITG OF TR.AIIITTRS OIT THE

LAilGUACESi, AISD SCIENCE rlOR JrntIOR IIIGH SCHOOL (PRTIUALS JIISI

May 27-25, 201.8, The A. Venue Hotel, Makati City

PROGRAM OF ACTNryTIES

ENGLISH

TIME

8:00 - E:15

8:15 - 10:00

DAYl

Mondev

Opsning Program

DAY2

Tuesdev

Defrnlng Words through Contert

andWord Analysls

DAYS

WednasdEv

DAYl

DAYS

Thursdav

Frldav

ilanagementof Leamlng

Maklng lnfennces and Predicting Oulcomes

D eveloping Dlscipllnary Llteracy. Meeling Reader and lask Demends

In tegr ating Educaff o n al

Technologyin hryllsh

o x

N

0r

gq

'10:00 - 10:15

10r15 - 12:00

12:00 - 1:00

1:00 - 2:45

2:t[$ -

3:00

3:00 - 1:45

tl:45 - 6:30

PrBlrminarfes + Ole nt#o n

Unpacklng he Englith Language

Ar$Cuntculum

U nderstandlng ft glisfi Lenguage

Leamerc(ELLs)

D eterni ni n g lexf lypes:

J oum alistic, Acadsmi c, Literaty, and Scientifrc

ffoling $ignffcrnf Defails toDnw

Gonclueions and ltake lnfennces

llomina Brsak

lnfetrlng Genanl ldood of the

Selecfion

Distingulsh@ FacE and

Opinions for Crllical Reading

Lunch

Co mm u nic aliv e L a n guag e

Tea ching (CLO : B ackg round,

Pinciples, and Practice

Aftemoon Break

D eterm ining Ca use-Effecf

Relalionshlp

A. literacyAcross fte

Currlculun: Changtng Paradign s

B. lntersecfran of Englhh

Lileracy Standads and $cierce

Pnctice

Getilngthe Main ldeas and Suppofing Aetalls

Tert Complexity In Content

Areas; /mplice ti o n s fo r

lnstuclion

U lilidng Dtsdpllnary Ltter acy fo r

lndependent Re adlng and W dting

Engeglng Leamen wtth Tnde

Boo*a ud DigitalTerts

Wo rlesha p : Eval ualing Tr ade

BooK and Dlgital lexlsas

Supplementary Leamlng Resources

Devel oping Mutlillteracles In Engltsh

b

IJtili zing l{e0gues ts, Vide os,

f,

other Educ alion al lechnologf,

Iools in Englistt

o

=,

Hands.on Workshop on -s

lVebguesh, Videos, and oflr{.

Educadanal TechnotogY Tool$n

Engllsh

( losing Program

Ho

,me Swsef Home

6:30'7:30

Dinner

,)

PEDAGOGICAL RETOOIING IN MATFIEMATICS, LANGUAGES, AND SCIENCE (PRIMALS) FOn IINIOR HIGII SCHOOL

Thc A, Vcnue Hotel, Makati Ave,, Mrkati Cit/

May 2l- 25,2all8

.

TRAININGMATRTX:gCIENCE

obl.adv.a!

SECT|ON A

1. €nhancs cootent knowledge

and pegEgoglc.l stills of Gride 7 to 10 teachers

fir Engltsh, Langu6ges and Scrtncc;

Z. Capacitate teachers in teaching the least learned competencles/crltical

contents; and

Provide sustainable sustaina and cos-effectlve

development system for teachers

Action Cells

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i;4i*i-:1,1,D4Ylt.:,;Cr:Fi+{i;i

l;i*xi{*1*"+;#€DAY2;=i'"*xig+'es:::

7:45 - 8:00 AM

 

8:00 - 10:00 AM

 

Session 3l

Opening Program

Dlffe re n

tl oted ln str ucti o n :

 

Tatlorlng Leorning for 27't

 

Plenary Talk:

century skllls

The Joys ofTeaching

 

Ms.Analyn Lumonag

10:15 - 12:00 NN

 

Session 4:

* Pre-Test Admlnstratlon

Dffi re ntlated I n stru c.,ion :

Preliminary Sesslon

Application ond Simulatlon

 

Ms. Suzzeth Dlzon

12:00 - 1:00 PM

 

1:00 -

3:00 PM

*Sesslon 1:

Session 5:

 

Revislting ztn Century skills

The Brain-based Learning :

ln K to 72 Curriculum

Whole Broin Thlnklng

Mr, tulleven Abrea

Ml Divlm Groclo lazsreno

3:15 -

5:00 PM

*Session 2:

Sesslon 6r

Unpacking of Standards and Leorn ing Progresslons & Targets

Mn Julleven Abrea

Braln-bssed Learning Slmulatlon

Mr. Edelito Villamor

i{eb;rri.ei:irD.AY3r.ll:a.Td

Management of learning (MOt]

Sesslon 7:

lnquiry-based Learnlng: SEs

lnstuctional Model

Ms. Ma, Shielo Soet

Sesslon 8:

IBL ond SEs on the Go

Ml Ednalyn Agbuya

LUNCH BREAK

Session 9:

Why PBL? Problem-based

Learnlng ond the Ktol2

Stondards

IYlr. Georqe Emanuel Martin

Sesslon 10t

Ledrning through PBL

llr, flizal Andrade

Y!d*.t il4

i[.4,+DAYi

Session 11:

Litera cy Across Cu ni cu I u m

Ms. Nolda Castro

Session 12r

.Engag lng Stude nts wlth

Trodebooks & Digltol Texts

Ms, Helen Psdllla

Session 13:

Meeting Reader snd Task

Demonds

Ms. Adefte Fabon

Sesslon 14:

Obtoinlng, Evdlu atlng a nd Communicating Information

Ms. Roxone Vlllqnueva

5:00 - 7:00 PM

*Sessions to be conducted ln Plenary.

DINNER

i1-1,;.:;:

iil

:DfY j:'j : '-r:-C;r _:+

*Sesslon 15:

Towards M u lti-lite ro cies :

Technology lntegrotion in

Scienc€

Ml Cynthia Ong *Sesslon 15:

Educational and Dlgital

Tools in Science

Ms Llgaya llagan

*Reglonal Plannlng

Post-Test Ad ml nistration

Closing Program

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