Week 8 – 2nd Quarter DLL | Sept. 30 – Oct. 4, 2019 Daily Lesson Log

Welcome to school year 2019 – 2020! To help you in your lesson preparations, you can now download K to 12 Daily lesson Logs aligned with the current Curriculum Guide for each grade level. Preparing Daily Lesson Logs is very crucial. It consumes a lot of time especially when we lack the required learning materials and teachers guides. Worry no more, we aim to make your work a lot easier. Visit this website regularly to get the latest and updated Daily Lesson Logs. Here  you will find the download links for the Week 8 – 2nd Quarter DLL | Sept. 30 – Oct. 4, 2019 Daily Lesson Log

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  • DepEd Leaders to Convene for K to 12 Goals, Challenges

In response to the challenges of the K to 12 implementation, about 4,000 education leaders of the Department of Education (DepEd) will convene at the Manila Marriot Hotel on September 24 to 26, 2019.

Organized by the Association of DepEd Directors (ADD), the three-day convention is anchored on the theme, “Challenged Leaders: Embracing the Future, Braving the Changes.”

In a Memorandum, Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones underscored the assembly’s aim to provide the education leaders the opportunity to strengthen their capabilities in achieving the goals of the K to 12 Basic Education Program.

In her message, she urged the education leaders to continuously keep pace with the changes in the Department: “It is imperative that you must always be ready to inspire and support our teaching and non-teaching personnel toward achieving our goal of producing holistically developed learners equipped with the 21st century skills and competencies.”

The Education chief added, “As we brave through the changes and embrace the future, your accountability, integrity, stewardship, servitude and trust would serve as our compass toward the attainment of our goal.”

According to ADD President and Bureau of Curriculum Development (BCD) Dir. Jocelyn Andaya , this 3rd ADD Convention highlights the intricacies and demands of organizational management and the educational leaders’ commitment to provide the best public service to the Filipino children and the nation.

“The selected speakers in this year’s assembly are challenged leaders themselves who have shown considerable courage, derring-do, and ingenuity in navigating the leadership landscape,” she added.

DepEd directors, superintendents, chiefs of offices, and school heads are the expected participants in the convention.

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  • Education Secretary highlights role of education in social equity, well-being

Education Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones on September 22 discussed Social Equity and Well-being in the education perspective during the 2019 Eastern Regional Organization for Public Administration (EROPA) General Assembly and Conference at the University of the Philippines (UP) National College of Public Administration and Governance (NCPAG) in Diliman, Quezon City.

Speaking before scholars and practitioners in the field of public administration, Briones shared how education addresses some of the issues regarding social inequity and well-being.

“Social inequity is the lack of fairness and justice, deprivation of access to opportunities and resources such as education. We have been very engrossed with making education accessible for all Filipinos,” the Education chief noted.

Secretary Briones cited poverty as one of the prevailing issues that resulted in the increase of out-of-school youths in the country. This has resulted in the lack of interest in school, particularly among male learners, who opted to work at an early age. In addition, for females, one of the deciding factors in dropping out is early marriage or pregnancy. Third on the list is the high cost of education.

“In light of these issues of poverty and dropping out, how are we addressing these? At present, the Department of Education (DepEd) is providing free or highly subsidized basic education to 27,216,398 learners in public and private schools nationwide,” she added.

Briones also discussed the importance of access to quality basic education wherein the Department has been continuously providing: “For the past three years, we have been successful in bringing back to the fold of formal education many of our learners. Still, we have hundreds and thousands of learners who don’t have access to education and of course as we know, education is a major instrument for development and getting out of poverty. So the Alternative Learning System (ALS) is a second-chance program for out-of-school youths and adults. It is a parallel learning system that provides viable alternative to the existing formal education instructions. In our ALS program, so far we have 823,000 learners.”

Finally, Briones likewise shared the Last Mile Schools Program that targets hard-to-reach and conflict-stricken areas in the country.

“To reach out to and close the gap between Geographically Isolated, Disadvantaged and Conflict-Affected (GIDCA) areas to their counterparts in urban centers, the Department of Education has developed the Last Mile Schools Program to provide these areas with unhampered and equal access to quality-basic education,” she highlighted.

Held from September 22 to 27, The 2019 EROPA Conference, jointly organized by the UP NCPAG and the EROPA Secretariat, covered a range of issues with the theme “The Future of Public Administration: Rethinking Resilience, Equity, and Sustainability in the Region and Beyond.

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Week 8 – 2nd Quarter DLL
September 30 – October 4, 2019 Daily Lesson Log

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  1. thank you for sharing God bless

  2. vilma luna says:

    thank you very much deped family for a very useful link more power to you

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