• The Lifestyle of the Retired Public Elementary School Teachers and Administrators in Valenzuela City
    to become prominent. Zey sees people having 80 - year careers. Related Studies Local Sources A July 2005 Government of the Republic of the Philippines – United Nations Development Programme (GRP- UNDP) study on transforming the PNP into a more capable, effective and credible police force...
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  • Teacher Training
    (TSNA) and Individual Plan for Professional Development ( IPPD) for Teachers Dr. Beatriz G. Torno Executive Director II- DepED TEDP FRAMEWORK NCBTS- FRAMEWORK & STRUCTURE DOMAIN 1: SOCIAL REGARD FOR LEARNING DOMAIN 2: THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT DOMAIN 3: THE DIVERSITY OF LEARNERS...
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  • Development Issues in Technological Education
    Development Issues & Problems of Technological/Industrial Education Content: 1. National Economic Development and the Demand for Skilled Manpower 2. The Medium Term Philippine Development Plan 3. People Empowerment 4. Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA...
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  • Fullbright
    career plans. Describe any significant factors that have influenced your | |educational or professional development. Comment on the number of years of practical experience already completed in the field in which academic work will be done| |in the U.S. Do not name specific U.S. universities at...
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  • Comparative Study of Education System of Philippines and England
    develops the test for the Philippine Board Examination for Teachers (PBET). The Centre also develops the National Elementary Achievement Test (NEAT) and the National Secondary Achievement Test (NSAT).                 Higher education   As stated in the Long-Term Higher Education Development Plan...
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  • K12 Education
    classrooms 103,599 more teachers 95.6 million more books 13.2 million seats What will society gain from K+12 * K+12 will facilitate an accelerated economic growth. * K+12 will facilitate mutual recognition of Filipino graduates and professionals in other countries. * A better educated...
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  • K-12 curriculum Related studies revise 1
    skills development, employment, and entrepreneurship. The implementation of the K- 12 education plan in the Philippine Basic Education Curriculum is said to be the key to the nation’s development. Though the government will face many problems in the long run of the implementation of the program...
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  • Research
    Philippines, 2000. 26Academic Self-Efficiency as a Predictor of College Outcomes: Two Incremental Validity Studies Journal of Career Assessment February 1, 2006. 27Increasing Student Mathematics Self0Efficiency through Teacher Training Journal of Advanced Academics February 1, 2007. 37Maningas...
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  • James Paper
    books; (iii) Big books; (iv) Experience story; (v) Primer lessons; and (vi) Lessons exemplars; (a) Conceive, develop and extend a continuing professional development program for kindergarten teachers to ensure constant updating of their knowledge in current trends, pedagogy, methodologies and...
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  • Modguide
    the help all students receive from parents, teachers, counselors, and others to assist them in making appropriate educational and career choices. Counseling is defined as the help some students received from credentialized professionals to help them overcome personal and social problems which may...
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  • Philippine Educational System
    disadvantaged, improving quality––notably by focusing on pre-service and in-service training of teachers––, liberalizing policies for private schools, rationalizing state colleges and universities (SUCs), and strengthening linkages with government professional boards for evaluation. Among the development...
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  • Legal Bases
    . Republic Act No. 7836 This is known as the “Philippine Teachers Professionalization Act of 1994.” It was signed into law on December 16, 1994. This law provided for the following: 1. creation of the Board for Professional Teachers composed of five (5) Commissioners appointed of the President of...
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  • Performance of Education Graduates in Let
    conducting research in education and agriculture; 5. Provide effective and relevant instruction, trainings, seminars and practical activities for well-rounded development of personality; 6. Prepare students to become successful professionals and teachers with management capability, leadership job...
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  • K +12 Education
    . The plan is not “Plus 2 years before graduation” but “Minus 2 years before work, to inspire a shift in attitude that completion of high school education is more than just preparation for college but can be sufficient for a gainful employment or career. The society will gain K+12 will facilitate an...
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  • K-12
    students to become more professional and will be globally competitive. It is a promising plan that needs to be reviewed and implemented carefully. Term Paper in Curriculum Development K-12 an Enhanced Basic Education...
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  • An in-Depth Analysis of the Entrepreneurship Education in the Philippines an Initiative Towards the Development of a Framework for a Professional Teaching Competency Program for Entrepreneurship Educators Maria Luisa B. Gatchalian Miriam College
    Volume 5, September 2010 The International Journal of Research and Review 51 An In-depth Analysis of the Entrepreneurship Education in the Philippines: An Initiative Towards the Development of a Framework for a Professional Teaching Competency Program for Entrepreneurship Educators Maria...
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  • 2010 Secondary Education Curriculum in English
    . Mentoring is also emerging as an alternative supervisory approach although it is still in a tentative and inchoate state. There are schools, however, that are already talking about putting up a mentors’ pool for the professional and career development of their teachers. The most common supervisory practice...
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  • E-Learning Management System
    Lexio™ Online Campus represents a significant milestone in the Philippines' efforts to accelerate economic growth through educational development, information technology and globalization." E-Learning Management System by Angelo. G. Garcia || Manila Bulletin Newspaper Online...
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  • A Pair of Shoe
    (La Salette PAMANA Fd. Inc. & Educational Research and Development Assistance). • Prepared lesson plans for each subject areas to be taught for each day • Taught the 3Rs subject to preschoolers • Constructed teacher – made tests for preschoolers • Developed visual aids...
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  • K+12 Education
    K+12 Education in the Philippines What is K+12? * K+12 means Kindergarten and the 12 years of elementary and secondary education. Kindergarten refers to the 5-year old cohort that takes a standardized kinder curriculum. Elementary education refers to primary schooling that involves six or...
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