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ALS PROGRAMS

& PROJECTS

What are the ALS Programs/projects that you know under


the following categories?

Curriculum and Instructional Materials Development

Capability Building Program

Advocacy and Social Mobilization

Research and Development

Monitoring and Evaluation

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Contents
Features of ALS
Programs
Different ALS Programs
Frequently asked
questions on ALS

Major Programs of
ALS
1. Basic
Literacy
Program
(BLP)

2. Accreditation and
Equivalency
Program

Basic Literacy
Program (BLP)
It is an intensive
community-based
training for
illiterate out-ofschool youth and
adults, who are
willing to learn
basic literacy
skills.

DepEd Delivered

B
L
P

It refers to the program


delivery which is directly
carried-out by DepED
personnel.

ALS Mobile
Teachers
ALS District
Coordinators

DepEd Procured
It is a delivery mechanism
which the DepED through the
DO enters into a contract with
private groups or other GOs in
order to deliver the Basic
Literacy Program (BLP).

NGOs
LGUs
SUCs
SUCs, etc.

Regulatory (Non-DepED)
It refers to the program
delivery by any private/govt
organizations using their own
funds following the standards
of DepED.

NGOs, POs,
GOs, SUCs,
etc.

Family Basic Literacy


Project
It is a strategy to
deliver BLP utilizing
literate family
members to help nonliterate members
develop their basic
literacy skills in
reading, writing and
numeracy.

ACCREDITATION AND
EQUIVALENCY (A&E) PROGRAM
It is a certification
of learning for OSY
and Adults aged 15
years and above
who are unable to
avail of the formal
school system, or
who have dropped
out of formal
elementary or
secondary
education.

A & E Program
DepEd
Delivered
It refers to the
program
delivery which
is directly
carried-out by
DepED
personnel.

Mobile Teachers
& Dist.
Coordinators

DepEd
Procured
It is a delivery
mechanism which
the DepED through
the DO enters into
a contract with
private groups or
other GOs in order
to deliver the Basic
Literacy Program
(BLP).
NGOs, LGUs, GOs,
SUCs, etc.

Regulatory
(NonDepED)
It refers
to the
program delivery
by any private/
govt
organizations
using their own
funds following
the standards of
DepED.
NGOs, POs, GOs,
SUCs, etc.

Balik-Paaralan Para Sa Out-ofschool Adults (BP-OSA)

It is delivered through
DepED procured which is a
support program of the
Accreditation and
Equivalency (A&E) Program
implemented in participating
secondary schools spread
out nationwide with the
school principals as program
coordinators and their own
teachers as Instructional
Managers.

This program caters to outof-school youth and adults


who are high school dropouts.

Radio-based Instruction (RBI)


Program
- It is an alternative
delivery mode utilizing
the Accreditation and
Equivalency (A&E)
Program of the
Department of Education.
- The use of radio
broadcast signals the use
of distance learning in
the Alternative Learning
System.

Computer-based Instruction
- It takes advantage of
the promise of
providing learning
opportunities through
ALS that is
characterized by
separation of the
learning facilitator
from the learner, use
of mixed media
software.

AlS Mobile Library


This is a follow-up
initiative to sustain
the literacy gains of
the ALS learners after
the implementation of
the ALS Programs
using various delivery
modes.

Indigenous
Peoples (IP)
Education

This project aimed to


develop an IP culturesensitive core
curriculum, learning
materials, and
assessment
tools/instruments

Informal Education
is an educational program that
addresses the special needs and
interests of the marginalized and
other interest groups of learners
that makes use of life skills
approach for personal
development.
it is learning outside the formal
and nonformal education
program, that is drawn from life
experiences and is acquired from
reading, media or close
observation.
it is a lifelong learning process for social civic,
aesthetic, cultural, spiritual, recreational and physical
development.

Areas for Development


Social

Spiritual

Civic

Aesthetic

Recreational

Cultural

Physical

ors
l em
en t
I mp
AL
S

Empower the
learners to continue
to learn on their own
so that they may
improve their quality
of life and that of
their family and
community.

Le
ar
ne
r

GOAL

Id like to
reach the
star.
Ill
help
you.

Objectives
Provide informal lifelong learning
opportunities through lifeskills
approach in different
development/interest areas such
as physical, social, civic/political,
cultural, spiritual,
environmental, and aesthetic.
Enhance capabilities through
various personal development
programs.
Recognize learning gains from
the different informal
learning/education channels.

Informal Education

Conceptual Framework
Education for All (EFA)

FORMAL

ALS

INFORMAL
Lifelong Learning (LLL)
Self-Interest

Life Experiences

Empowered
FUNCTIONAL LITERACY

Adolescent Friendly Literacy


Enhancement Project (AFLEP)-ARH
-

It targets out-of-school
adolescents.

It provides the target group


with knowledge and skills
focusing on early marriage and
parenting, family planning,
drug prevention education,
livelihood projects, health
education and environmental
education.

It empowers the out-of-school adolescents with


desirable knowledge, attitude, values and skills that
will help them better perform their roles as
responsible and productive citizens of the country.

Usapan at Aksiyon
Para sa ALS Ngayon
(USAPAN)
Supporting the professional growth and
development of ALS Field Implementors

BUREAU OF ALTERNATIVE LEARNING SYSTEM DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Usapan at Aksiyon Para sa ALS Ngayon


(USAPAN)
Supporting the professional growth and development of ALS Field Implementors

USAPAN is envisioned as a
mechanism in a form of in-service
training to provide an avenue for
mobile teachers to get together for
professional advancement
BUREAU OF ALTERNATIVE LEARNING SYSTEM DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Usapan at Aksiyon Para sa ALS Ngayon


(USAPAN)
Supporting the professional growth and development of ALS Field implementors

OBJECTIVES

broaden the perspective of mobile


teachers on the dynamics of the
ALS implementation and other
related concerns

trigger creativity and innovativeness


among them

foster best practices in program


implementation and try them out in
new situations
BUREAU OF ALTERNATIVE LEARNING SYSTEM DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Usapan at Aksiyon Para sa ALS Ngayon


(USAPAN)
Supporting the professional growth and development of ALS Field Implementors

instill among the mobile teachers


self-esteem in the performance of
their duties and responsibilities

strengthen the link between and


among the mobile teachers

inculcate positive values such as


hard work, commitment, and others

BUREAU OF ALTERNATIVE LEARNING SYSTEM DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

IMPLEMENTATION
SCHEME and
GUIDELINES

Grouping

Mobile teachers will be grouped or


clustered. The term CLUSTER will
be adapted in the implementation
and may refer to any of the following

all mobile teachers in one division

all mobile teachers in 2 regions

all mobile teachers in one region


all mobile teachers in 2 or 3 neighboring
division

ALS District and School Coordinators


will be included as cluster members.

Meeting Time and Place

A meeting or gathering of the


mobile teachers will be referred
to as ASSEMBLY.

Assemblies will take place at


least once a month per cluster.

Programming
Members of a cluster will take turn to serve as

CLUSTER FACILITATOR who will be responsible in


planning and running the activities for a
session/an assembly.

Cluster facilitator may consult the SDS, District

Supervisor or any other DepEd officials within the


division, and the cluster members themselves.

ASSEMBLY
ACTIVITIES

Symposium/seminar
Sharing, testimonies and demonstration
Materials review, adaptation and development
Workshops
Fellowshipping and teambuilding
Immersion, community work, staff exchange and incountry tour
Education for sustainable development

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