Week 5 – 2nd Quarter DLL | September 9 – 13, 2019 Daily Lesson Log
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DepEd Honors Teachers on National Teachers’ Month Celebration
The Department of Education (DepEd) continuously recognizes the significant role of teachers in educating the Filipino children through the National Teachers’ Month (NTM) starting September 5, and its culmination on October 5 in celebration of the National Teachers’ Day (NTD) and World Teachers’ Day (WTD).
This year’s theme, “Gurong Pilipino: Handa sa Makabagong Pagbabago,” stresses the crucial role, loyal service, and dedicated commitment of teachers in developing globally minded citizens, nurturing families, strengthening communities, and building the nation.
“The NTM is a great avenue to honor those who are in the teaching profession and to express gratitude for the positive influence of teachers on Filipino learners,” DepEd Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones stated.
A ceremonial kickoff of NTM will be held on September 9, 2019 at Initao National Comprehensive High School in Initao, Misamis Oriental. The kickoff will be spearheaded by Usec. Tonisito M.C. Umali, Esq. of the External Partnerships Service and DepEd presiding officer for the National Teachers’ Day Coordinating Council (NTDCC); DepEd Region X Director Arturo B. Bayocot; and Aniceto “Chito” Sobrepeña of Metrobank Foundation and NTDCC Co-chairperson.
Gratitude for teachers
As a simple token of gratitude to teachers, partners offer the following gifts during the month-long celebration:
PHLPOST – “Salamat Po Teacher” letter writing raffle promo, open to the public, Kindergarten to Grade 12 (Sept. 2019 – Mar. 2020)
BenCab Museum – Discounted rate of P100 for teachers (Sept. 5 – Oct. 5)
Enchanted Kingdom – Teacher’s Treat promo: P700 Park and AGILA ticket, free EK souvenir, free skill game coupons (Sept. 5 – Oct. 6)
Executive Optical – Complete eyeglass package: frame (barcode price) + lens 20% off, open to all teachers, just present valid ID/license (period to be announced)
Jollibee Foundation – Free regular fries with any Value Meal purchase, for teachers only, just present school ID/license. (Oct. 4 – 6)
Microsoft – Free webinar for teachers, open to the public (all Saturdays of October)
Museo Pambata – Free entrance to teachers + 2 companions, free gift for teachers (limited slots), 5% discount at gift shop (minimum purchase required) – (Sept. 5 – Oct. 5)
Manila International Book Fair – Free entrance to all teachers, just present valid ID/license (Sept. 11 – 15)
- Department of Education Press Releases
- Published: September 6, 2019
DepEd Lauds Teachers’ Role in Education Amid the Digital Age in Month-long Celebration
As the Department of Education (DepEd) ushers in basic education transformation in the context of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the agency extols the indispensability of teachers in keeping the humanistic aspects of education through the celebration National Teachers’ Month (NTM), the National Teachers’ Day (NTD), and the World Teachers’ Day (WTD).
With the theme “Gurong Pilipino: Handa sa Makabagong Pagbabago,” this year’s celebration of NTM from September 5 to October 5, and of NTD and WTD on October 5, is set to kick off on September 9 at the Initao National Comprehensive High School in Misamis Oriental.
“The NTM is just one way to express gratitude for the hard work of our teachers in helping shape the future of Filipino learners. In this digital age, we put a premium on the crucial role of teachers as guides, managers, and listeners amid technological innovations and other emerging trends in education,” Education Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones stated.
During the month-long celebration, all public and private schools, schools district offices, schools division offices, and regional offices are enjoined to follow the synchronized programs, projects, and activities. Schools are likewise encouraged to conduct special activities, such as on-the-spot poster making, essay writing, thank you card design, and cultural performances, to enable learners to express gratitude for their teachers.
On October 5, school-based celebrations, including the recitation of A Prayer for Teachers shall be observed. The Central Office shall conduct the NTD and the WTD celebrations through a whole-day program at the Limketkai Event Center in Cagayan de Oro City.
The celebration is made possible in cooperation with the National Teachers’ Day Coordinating Council (NTDCC), the National Teachers’ Month Coordinating Council (NTMCC), and education stakeholders and partners who believes in the importance of teachers in developing globally minded citizens, nurturing families, strengthening communities, and building the nation
- Department of Education Press Releases
- Published: September 5, 2019
Deped Highlights Gains in Access to Education as it Pivots to Enhancement of Quality in Proposed 2020 Budget
The Department of Education (DepEd) on Tuesday reaffirmed that amid the significant developments in access to education, it is committed to ensuring that no one should be left behind as it pivots to quality basic education through its proposed 2020 budget for Fiscal Year 2020.
Before the Committee on Appropriations of the House of Representatives, DepEd Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones highlighted that years of investing in education has produced major improvements in access. Among these are the considerably improved Participation Rates in both primary and secondary levels, and the continuous decline in Drop-out Rate.
“Still, no one should be left behind. We continue to address the remaining access gaps in basic education, which should be more nuanced and responsive to the reasons why certain learners remain out of school,” the Education chief stated.
Among the major initiatives of DepEd to improve the dimension of learning outcomes are the ongoing review of the K to 12 curriculum, and the transformation of the National Educators’ Academy of the Philippines (NEAP) to enrich the capacities of teachers and to equip them for career progression.
“The role of teachers is crucial in ensuring that our learners are prepared for future opportunities and challenges,” she remarked.
The Secretary was also candid about the main challenges that still need to be addressed in the next three years: the need to improve the “low proficiency level” of learners in the National Achievement Test (NAT) due to the change in content with the introduction of the K to 12 curriculum; the new education trend brought about by the Fourth Industrial Revolution and artificial intelligence; and the need to address the wide range of contrasts within education systems, especially the so-called “Last Mile Schools.”
“Technological innovations enable more advanced countries to test the idea of robots conducting lectures in class, acting as teachers. The challenge is to keep the humanistic aspects of education.” Briones noted.
For FY 2020, the Department received an allocation of P551.7 billion, which comprises 82% share of the budget for the education sector. The major program for education access is the Basic Education Facilities with a total of P36 billion proposed budget. It includes the construction of school buildings and laboratories (P19.9 billion); classrooms for repair/rehabilitation (P6.5 billion for 18,579 classrooms); school furniture (P4.8 billion for 42,225 sets); electrification (P2 billion for 1,700 sites).
Other major programs for education access include Flexible Learning Options, including the Alternative Learning System (P600.6 million); Madrasah Education (P340.7 million); Government Assistance and Subsidies (P31.2 billion); School-Based Feeding Program (P6 billion); and Last Mile Schools Program (P1.5 billion).
Meanwhile, the Department’s major programs for education quality with the corresponding estimated proposed budget are: DepEd Computerization Program (P9 billion); human resource development with NEAP Transformation (P1.9 billion); learning tools and equipment (P2.7 billion); new school personnel (teaching) positions (P1.3 billion); and textbooks and other instructional materials (P963.6 million).
“We have made major strides in access to education. However, we continue to address access gaps through various programs such as School-Based Feeding, Alternative Learning System, and our new Last Mile Schools. We are in a position to now shift our focus on making major improvements in education quality,” Briones concluded.
- Department of Education Press Releases
- Published: September 3, 2019
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