CITY SCHOOLS DIVISION OF DASMARINAS
YEAR-END ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT
In support to the non-formal education program of the DepEd, the City Schools Division of Dasmarinas provides Basic Education in terms of Alternative Learning System through the implementation of the major literacy programs cum livelihood namely: Basic Literacy Program (BLP), Accreditation and Equivalency Program (A & E) for Elementary and Secondary Level. Basic Education has been implemented through the collaboration of LGU, IMs, Mobile Teachers, ALS Coordinators, Principal Consultant and District Supervisor. The Alternative Learning System (ALS A&E) Test response to providing alternative learning to Out of School Youth (OSY) and adults (OSA) to earn educational qualification to enable school leavers and adult to gain more through reading, writing and numeracy skills to meet their learning goals. It aimed to eradicate illiteracy, help lessen poverty, and unemployment by providing them necessary certificate equivalent to an Elementary or Secondary Diploma. They could use it as a mainstream to formal education to enhance their capabilities by raising their basic and functional literacy skills to be able to pursue higher learning or get better jobs. The ALS programs and activity in the City of Dasmariñas are committed of helping the people to attain the quality of life, to uplift the conditions of the people in the community and help to find direction as people perform their roles and functions guided with the support of implementers, facilitators, promoters and providers.
ALS is also geared for the acquisition of basic knowledge, attitudes, values and skills that will serve as a powerful tool in combating illiteracy and opens great opportunities for all individuals. The curriculum for the ALS must given full attention, if it has to be developed and at the same time strengthened.
Alternative Learning System should be a common responsibility for all stake holders in the locality, a big participation and encouragement to diminish nor lessen the increasing number of drop outs in the formal school and as to greatly contribute to Education For All by 2015.
Introduce ALS programs in the community through various Advocacy and Social Mobilization (ADSOC-MOB) strategies. 2.
Integrate values education and functional literacy skills in all courses. 3.
Improve / Upgrade the physical facilities of effective implementation of Alternative Learning System Program. 4.
Increase accessibility and proximity of community learning centers to the ALS clientele. 5.
Engage NGO’s in the implementation of the community-based literacy programs outside the formal school system. 6.
Encourage and facilitate OSY’s and OSA’s to acquire educational opportunities III.
HIGHLIGHTS OF ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Training-Workshop on eLearning for District ALS Coordinators January 25-28, 2011
Development Academy of the Philippines
Sponsoring Agency: DepEd BALS
Participant: Serma H. Hernandez, DALSC
Demonstrate understanding of the teaching-learning strategies, and assessment strategies, facilitating and mentoring techniques for adult learners in the delivery of the Computer-Based Instruction -
Explain the concepts and principles that underpin the eSkwela Instructional Model -
Operationalize the Moodle Learning Management System in different content -
Acquire knowledge in basic moodle administration and basic troubleshooting; and -
Manage the day-to-day operation
Objectives were met during the training. Implementation of the program in the division was not yet able realize. There must be first training of the implementers in the division level, due to the financial problem involved in the training, it is not yet been implemented. The program was absolutely good and will enhance the participative involvement and retention rate of the learners....
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