Week 6 – 3rd Quarter DLL | December 2 – 6, 2019 Daily Lesson Log

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  • Teachers Tapped for Tourism Awareness Drive

The Tourism Promotions Board (TPB), the marketing arm of the Department of Tourism (DOT), is tapping teachers to educate the youth on the benefits of tourism in the Philippines and the job opportunities it offers to the next generation.

On Friday, it launched the “Tara Na, Byahe Tayo” initiative, a program that seeks to give some 160 public school senior high educators the opportunity to experience the culture, culinary offerings, and ecotourism destinations in Southern Luzon.

“The overarching program of the Department of Tourism is sustainable travel and it’s not only about the environment, but it is also sustaining who we are; our culture. And what better partner to see than education?” TPB chief operating officer Venus Tan said.

“To me, education starts from inception and I think it’s very important for our youth to be firmly educated not only on the aspects of the economy but also in the aspect of what the Philippines has to offer as an education,” she added.

Tan said the program will help the teachers further understand the entire spectrum of tourism as the “most inclusive industry in the world” as it also covers the sectors of education, trade, and agriculture.

The program, which will run from November 29 to December 1, will allow teachers to travel within the country to appreciate underrated attractions and offerings, develop a sense of environmental awareness and conservation, and learn more about sustainable tourism.

The first of the three tours, which will take place simultaneously, will be held in Rizal where participants will know more about Philippine art at the Carlos Botong Francisco Blanco Museum, Nemiranda Art House, Antipolo Church, and Pinto Art Museum.

Ecotourism, on the other hand, will be highlighted through a tree planting activity at Hinulugang Taktak, a bonfire at 3 Springs Mountain Park, and a visit to the Daranak Falls.

A tour in Quezon and Laguna will also take place to highlight the provinces’ distinct dishes and agritourism industry.

The participants are scheduled to visit Lake Pandin and Costales Nature Farms in Laguna where they will learn about organic farming as well as in Lucban, Quezon to get a taste of its best dishes including pancit habhab and the famous Lucban longganisa.

Meanwhile, the tours covering Batangas and Cavite will focus on wellness and the rich heritage of the provinces. Historical sites like the Taal Heritage Town will be covered as well as the Nurture Wellness Village in Tagaytay.

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  • Briones bats for swifter resolution of bullying incidents

To curb the issue of bullying in schools and on social media, DepEd Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones said resolving bullying incidents in schools must be carried out more quickly by teachers and school officials.

“The pace of bullying on social media is accelerating and steps have to be undertaken,” Secretary Briones said in a press conference on Friday at the 1st National Summit on the Rights of a Child in Education (NSCREd).

“What we probably need improvement on is the immediate action. If bullying happens on a Friday, you cannot wait until Monday [for it to be resolved]. Instances like these can be very dangerous if we don’t take action immediately,” Briones emphasized.

Advocating for the right of the child to protection from all forms of violence and abuse, Briones said that even though anti-bullying policies are in place, school officials must act as quickly as possible to combat bullying cases among learners.

DepEd enjoins schools to enforce Republic Act 10627 or the Anti-Bullying Act of 2013 and its Implementing Rules and Regulations, issued through DepEd Order No. 55, s. 2013.  As per the DO, anti-bullying interventions should manifest primarily at the school level with school-wide and classroom-level initiatives, involvement of parents, and monitoring of at-risk children.

It was reiterated in DepEd Memorandum No. 5, s. 2017 for strict implementation.

“Our learners have to learn to respect each other, our teachers have to learn to discipline learners through positive means to prevent bullying. Teachers are in the best position to know when there are tendencies of bullying because they see the children everyday and how they relate to each other,” she said.

Briones also suggested that aside from learners, parents should also be aware of the policies and interventions needed to address bullying.

“Parents have to undergo exposure to what the law is, and the interventions that are desired to be able to address this problem. Kailangan lang mas mabilis ang action,” she said.

Teaching life skills against cyberbullying
OIC Undersecretary Atty. Josephine Maribojoc added that DepEd is advocating on equipping learners with life skills to fight against cyberbullying.

“The difficulty with cyberbullying is it happens in a borderless world and the children are not supervised 24/7 when they go in the internet world.  So the best defense is not to build fences around them, because there are also benefits to the Internet, but to teach them life skills,” Usec. Maribojoc said.

Maribojoc said DepEd has a cyber-safety program that trains school heads, teachers, and guidance counselors in order for them to teach life skills to learners in dealing with cyberbullying. DepEd developed Cybersafe Lesson Plans for Grades 5-6 and Junior High School for this specific purpose.

Maribojoc added that the Summit attended by a variety of education stakeholders served as an apt venue to discuss improvement on the functioning of the Child Protection Committee since the committee involves various stakeholders. The CPC is in compliance with the Child Protection Policy as mandated by DepEd Order No. 40, s2012.

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Week 6 – 3rd Quarter DLL
December 2 – 6, 2019 Daily Lesson Log

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