Multigrade Class

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Multigrade classes is a combination classes, have been organized in barrios and barangays where the number of pupils of the grade level required has not been met to make up a separate class. The teacher the apportions class time of instruction within the class. This implies the need for more elaborate preparation by the teacher of the learning process and variety of different learning modes. Multigrade classes also called A Multi- Age Group. Multi-age is a term commonly used today to describe mixed-age groups. In most cases where this term is applied to the grouping pattern, it is driven by pedagogical rather than economic reasons. The meaning of multi-age is “Use multi-age to mean two or more grade levels that have been intentionally blended together to improve learning". Multi-age differs slightly from ungraded or non-graded grouping, which does not differentiate between different grade levels and does allow for students' continuous progress through the curriculum. Multi-age grouping may be implemented for institutional or pedagogical reasons by the administration of the school, but the outcome is that students are able to interact across age groups and have long-term relationships with other students and teachers. In a multi-age middle school program students from more than one grade level learn side by side. The oldest students eventually move on and are replaced by a new group of younger students each year. INALIG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Vision
Inalig Elementary School as a child- centered and
Value- ladder
Teaching- learning environment.
Mission
To make
Inalig Elementary School a place where Christian Values will be inculcated to prepare them your upright citizenry. * To provide quality education by respecting individual differences of children to be globally competitive. * To develop pupils into well-rounded personality with deep concern to people and environment.

Inalig Elementary School

Mrs. Luisa Penarojo Ayapana
Head Teacher II

Teachers:

Ms. Harlin Liezel P. Guevarra Mrs. Lydia M. Juat
Pre-elemGrade 1-2
Mrs. Jean V. AyosoMrs. Rosevelita M. Vivar
Grade 3-4Grade 5-6

School Governing Council
SY 2011-2012

Chairman: Mrs. Luisa P. Ayapan
Co-Chairman: Capt. Luciano Patino Jr.
Capt. Frisco Alcantara
Members : Alexander P. Patino

Grand PTA PRESIDENT
Mrs. Igliceria Camara

Committee on Education
Mrs. Rosevelita M. Vivar

President Teacher’s Association
Mr. Geppir P. Paraiso
SPG Mayor
Mr. Reynaldo S. Red
Alumni Representative

INALIG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Inalig Elementary School is located at Brgy. Inalig Atimonan, Quezon. It has four teachers and one head teacher. This school has six buildings: The office, Library, Clinic, classrooms pre-elem and 1-6, canteen home economics room and Covered court with stage. It has different kinds of flowering plants in the garden. It has also two relaxing area “kubol”/cottage. Added to the brighten view of the school in the different colors of the buildings and the clean space or playground. It is also surrounded by trees that give fresh air, farmland and some houses. OBSERVATION IN INALIG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AUG. 07, 2011

On the month of August 07, 2011, we are the third year BEED students visited Inalig Elementary School, to have an observations we are Walter F. Galarosa. Before getting into observations, we are welcomed by the teachers, our instructor introduced us individually. The briefing went out well and we are assigned to the different grade levels. During the observation we are wearing the official school uniform. As a student, we shall demonstrate personal qualities that reflect a good image of a teacher, and we shall also demonstrate proper behavior in the presence of the learners, teachers and school personnel.

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