DIVISION OF ZAMBALES
DISTRICT OF SUBIC
SUBIC CENTRAL SCHOOL
PROGRAM COMPONENTSTRATEGIES/ACTIVITIESPHYSICAL TARGETPERSONNEL INVOLVEDTIME FRAMEFUNDING REQUIREMENTSSUCCESS INDICATORS I.ADVOCACY
A.Presentation of the Implementation Plan to the School Principal for inclusion in the SIP (School Improvement Plan).
B.Orientation/Sharing of new practices to upgrade the SPED Program.
C.Search support and linkages from stakeholders and other agencies concerned for the program •Organization in Assessment Team
•Presentation of the new practices of Headstart Program
•Link with private sectors.
•Present the program to the LGU about Headstart Program
•Day Care Workers
•Local Government Unit
•Organization of Assessment Team
•Included in the SIP.
•Schoolhead/Principal oriented of the new practices in upgrading the Headstart Program.
•Linked to both public and private sectors in improving the Headstart Program of the school II.ASSESSMENT
A.Recruitment, Screening and Identification of Gifted and Talented Preschoolers
•Conduct Initial Screening
•Interview and observation of the child and parents
•Referrals from Med. Doctor and Dentist for Medical purposes •Consolidate the results of the assessment.
•January – May 2014
•Conducted Initial Screening and Final Screening.
•Accomplished Consolidated Reports on Headstart Screening •Conducted interview with the parents of Applicants.
•Received medical and dental records.
•Announced the result of the assessment.
•Parents of the qualified headstart were informed about the result. III.LEARNER/PUPIL DEVELOPMENT
A.Organization of HEADSTART Class and enrollment of children who passed the assessment and are eligible to acquire the programs and services catered by Headstart Program of JFK SPED CENTER.
•Involve the Headstart Class in different modes of learning in the school. •Meet the competencies of a 5-year of children required by the DepEd.
•Cater classroom activities that will enhance the HOTS, Creativity, and Critical Thinking of the Headstart Pupils.
•Involvement of the Headstart Pupils in different school activities. •Headstart Pupils mastered the required competencies prescribed by DepEd.
•Headstart pupils acquired knowledge and skill through different modes of learning.
A.Discuss the program to teachers
B.Enhance teachers’ competencies in teaching Headstart Program C.Continue schooling.
Attend training and workshops in teaching Headstart/SPED Program • Attend trainings, seminars and workshop in SPED Program for Professional Development.
•Program and Activities were discussed.
•Equipped with new innovations on SPED/Headstart Program. V.INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS DEVELOPMENT
A.Provide the Headstart Pupils with different teaching tools in Headstart Program. B.Seek assistance to stakeholders.
•Preparation of teaching materials.
•Engage pupils to technologies
•Link to people who can help the program.
•Teaching materials provided for the Headstart Program.
•Used of Multimedia in teaching Headstart Pupils
•Strong partnership with the stakeholders established.
A.Build a strong partnership with the stakeholders
B.Invite partners for the implementation of different programs and activities •Establishment of harmonious relationship among the stakeholders •Pledges
•Support and Assistance from the partners
•New Partners from NGOs
•Strong partnership with the stakeholders and other concern citizens was built VII.MONITORING EVALUATION
A.Collaborate and coordinate with the teachers
B.Conduct home visitation to follow up children’s progress in school C.Construct evaluation materials checklists, performance, behavior.
•Coordinating with the regular teachers for updates
•Construction of Evaluation materials
•Evaluation materials for every grading period
•Daily collaboration with the regular teachers
•Test materials were constructed.
•SPED Teachers coordinated with the regular teachers.
RIMANDO E. LAFUENTE
SPED Teacher- I