Understanding the K-12 Basic Education Program - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – Understanding the K-12 Basic Education Program PowerPoint presentation | free to download - id: 42198c-Y2Q2N



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

Understanding the K-12 Basic Education Program

Description:

Understanding the K-12 Basic Education Program 10-Point Basic Education Agenda 12-Year Basic Education Cycle Universal Kindergarten Madaris Education Technical ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:4529
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 31
Provided by: Pent1
Learn more at: http://www.depedregion6.ph
Category:

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: Understanding the K-12 Basic Education Program


1
Understanding the K-12 Basic Education Program
2
  • Education is the key to the long-term problems
    of the country. If we fix basic education, we fix
    the long-term problems of the country. And if we
    fix the countrys problems, we will build a truly
    strong society. . .
  • -Pres. Benigno Simeon C. Aquino III

3
10-Point Basic Education Agenda
  1. 12-Year Basic Education Cycle
  2. Universal Kindergarten
  3. Madaris Education
  4. Technical-Vocational Education
  5. Every Child a Reader by Grade One
  6. Science and Math Proficiency
  7. GASTPE (Gov. Assistance to Student and Teachers
    to Private Education)
  8. Medium of Instruction
  9. Quality Textbooks
  10. Covenant with LGUs

4
  • The Philippines is the only remaining country
    in Asia with a 10-year pre-university program.

5
Our graduates are being disadvantaged by their
youth and inadequate preparation. . .
  • The majority who do not go to college are too
    young to enter the labor force. Thus, they would
    either be unemployed or be vulnerable to
    exploitative labor practices.
  • Those who may be interested to set up businesses
    cannot legally enter into contracts.

6
Our graduates are being disadvantaged by their
youth and inadequate preparation. . .
  • The few, (only 23) who would proceed to tertiary
    education, usually have to undergo remedial and
    high school level classes in colleges and
    universities.
  • Those who graduate (17) may not be recognized as
    professionals abroad.

7
Our graduates are being disadvantaged by their
youth and inadequate preparation. . .
  • The Washington Accord prescribes 12 years of
    basic education as an entry to recognition of
    engineering professionals.
  • The Bologna Accord requires 12 years of education
    for university admission and practice of
    profession in European countries.

8
  • We need to add two years to our basic
    education. Those who can afford pay up to
    fourteen years of schooling before university.
    Thus, their children are getting into the best
    universities and the best jobs after graduation.
    I want at least 12 years for our public school
    children to give them an even chance at
    succeeding.
  • -Pres. Benigno Simeon C. Aquino III

9
K-6-4-2 System
2 years
  • Senior High School

4 years
  • Junior High School

6 years
  • Elementary

1 year
  • Kindergarten

10
Key Features of K to 12
  • Enhancement of the basic education curriculum is
    the central focus of K to 12.
  • The enhanced curriculum will offer areas of
    specialization or electives such as science and
    technology, arts, sports, journalism, tech-voc,
    foreign language, entreperneurship, and subjects
    for advanced placement.

11
New Features of the K-12 Basic Education
Curriculum
  • Vertical continuum and horizontal articulation of
    competencies
  • Mother Tongue as a learning area and medium of
    instruction
  • Spiral progression in Science and Math
  • MAPEH (Music, Arts, Physical Education, and
    Health) begins in Grade 1

12
Learning Areas for Grades 1 to 1o
Grades 1 to 6 Grades 7 -10
Learning Areas Grade Levels
  • Mother Tongue 1-3
  • English 1(2nd sem)-6
  • Filipino 1-6
  • Mathematics 1-6
  • Araling Panlipunan 1-6
  • Edukasyon sa
  • Pagpapakatao 1-6
  • Science 3-6
  • MAPEH 1-6
  • EPP 4-5
  • TLE 6

13
SAMPLE CLASS PROGRAMMING Grade 1
Time Learning Areas Number of Minutes
700-715 715-725 Pambansang Awit Homeroom
725-755 Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao 30
755-845 Mother Tongue 50
845-915 Filipino 30
915-935 RECESS
935-1015 Araling Panlipunan 40
1015-1045 English (Oral Fluency) 2nd Semester 30
1045-1135 Mathematics 50
100-130 Remediation, Reinforcement, Enrichment Activities or Optional Religious Instruction
130-210 MAPEH 40
TOTAL 240/270
14
Time Allotment
NOMENCLATURE/LEARNING AREA
NOMENCLATURE/LEARNING AREA Grades 1 to 6 (No. of Minutes Daily) Grades 1 to 6 (No. of Minutes Daily) Grades 1 to 6 (No. of Minutes Daily) Grades 1 to 6 (No. of Minutes Daily) Grades 1 to 6 (No. of Minutes Daily) Grades 1 to 6 (No. of Minutes Daily) Grades 1 to 6 (No. of Minutes Daily) Grades 7 to 10 (Weekly)
NOMENCLATURE/LEARNING AREA G 1 G 1 G 2 G 3 G 4 G 5 G 6 Grades 7 to 10 (Weekly)
1st Sem. 2nd Sem.
Language Arts
Mother Tongue 50 50 50 50 - - - -
Filipino 30 30 50 50 50 50 50 4 hrs
English - 30 50 50 50 50 50 4 hrs
Science - - - 50 50 50 50 4 hrs
Mathematics 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 4 hrs
Araling Panlipunan 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 3 hrs
EPP/TLE - - - - 50 50 50 4 hrs
MAPEH 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 4 hrs
EsP 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 2 hrs
Total 240 270 310 360 360 360 360 29 hrs
15
Grades 7-12
  • Core Curriculum and Career Paths

16
Premises
  • Filipino learners, in order to be globally
    competitive, need to develop 21st century core
    skills( digital age literacy, inventive thinking,
    effective communication, and high productivity)
    and be functionally literate.
  • Aside from the development of 21st century core
    skills, the extended high school program should
    be packaged for the preparation of students for
    career and higher education. This is because
    secondary education is designed primarily to
    provide the transition from school to work and
    from school to further learning.

17
Premises
  • The curriculum shall be designed to provide a
    blended career and college preparatory program.
    Putting the two on the same level and blending
    them will enhance the seamless relationship
    between career and higher education and give
    them equal social and economic value.

18
Academic Specialization Engineering/
Journalism/Foreign Language
Tech-Voc Specialization
Sports/Arts Specialization
MODEL 2 Junior/Senior HS Curriculum
19
Implementation of Junior HS
SY 2015-2016
  • Grade 10

SY 2014-2015
  • Grade 9

SY 2013-2014
  • Grade 8

SY 2012-2013
  • Grade 7

20
Implementation of Senior HS
SY 2017-2018
  • Grade 12

SY 2016-2017
  • Grade 11

21
Learning Areas for Grades 11 and 12
Learning Areas Grade 11 Grade 12
Language English Filipino English Filipino
Literature Philippine Literature (1st Sem) World Literature (2nd Sem)
Mathematics Math Math
Science Life Sciences Physical Science
Social Sciences and Philosophy Contemporary Issues Philosophy (Local) Contemporary Issues (Global)
Career Pathways (Track-dependent) Entrepreneurship, Tech- Voc Others (Arts, Sports, Security, Journalism, Science, etc) Entrepreneurship, Tech- Voc Others (Arts, Sports, Security, Journalism, Science, etc)
Others National Service Training Program National Service Training Program
  • Anchored on the College Readiness Standards of
    CHED
  • Based on TESDA Training Regulations

22
Senior High School benefits different students in
different ways.
  • Students who complete college
  • Reduction in
  • college years
  • offsets additional
  • years of
  • schooling
  • Higher
  • productivity
  • (about 9
  • income premium)
  • Higher college
  • completion rates
  • Students who finish high school then work
  • Better income
  • opportunities
  • higher income
  • streams
  • Cost due to
  • delayed
  • employment
  • offset by higher
  • income streams
  • Students who complete 2 years of college or
    post-secondary
  • Reduction in
  • cost of schooling
  • with additional 2
  • years of free
  • education

23
Completion of K to 12 education shall be
compulsory for those who will go to
college/university.
  • A full 12 years of basic education will be
    required for entry into tertiary level education
    by SY 2018-2019.

24
Vision
  • Graduates of K to 12 Basic Education Program
    are envisaged to be better prepared for life as
    they are expected to
  • possess sufficient mastery of 21st century core
    skills
  • be emotionally developed and competent to live a
    meaningful life
  • be socially aware, pro-active and involved in
    public and civic affairs

25
Vision
  • be adequately prepared for the world of work or
    entrepreneurship or higher education
  • be legally employable and
  • be globally competitive.

26
Benefits of K to 12 to Individuals and Families
  • An enhanced curriculum will decongest academic
    workload, giving students more time to master
    competencies and time for extra-curricular
    activities, thus, allowing for their more
    holistic development.
  • Graduates will possess competencies and skills
    relevant to the job market.
  • Graduates will be better prepared for higher
    education.

27
Benefits of K to 12 to Individuals and Families
  • Graduates will be able to earn higher wages
    and/or better prepared to start their own
    business. Studies in the Philippines have shown
    that an additional year of schooling increases
    earnings by 7.5.
  • Filipino graduates could be recognized abroad.

28
Benefits of K to 12 to Society and the Economy
  • K to 12 will contribute to economic growth.
    Several studies have shown that the improvements
    in the quality of education will increase GDP
    growth by as much as 2.
  • A better educated society provides a sound
    foundation for long-term socio-economic
    development.

29
Who will cover the cost of the additional two
years in high school?
  • Free for those in public schools
  • Subsidized by the Government for those in the ESC
    program

30
  • MORE POWER AND GOOD DAY EVERYONE!!!
About PowerShow.com