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Aligning Creative Approaches Towards Re-engineering Our Tourism Education and Training Programs


Department of Education, Presentation during the Second Tourism Human Resources Congress “Building Tourism Human Capital for Global Competitiveness” - 2 October 2012

Department of Education, Presentation during the Second Tourism Human Resources Congress “Building Tourism Human Capital for Global Competitiveness” - 2 October 2012

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  • 1. Aligning Creative Approaches Towards Re- engineering Our Tourism Education and Training Programs DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION MS. BELLA O. MARIÑAS Chief Education Program Specialist and Officer-In-Charge, Office of the Director III Bureau of Secondary Education
  • 2. Outline of Presentation Updates The K to 12 Basic Education Curriculum Premise for Tourism Education Technology and Livelihood Education Special Program in Foreign Language A Model for Tourism Education The Partnership
  • 3. UpdatesRepublic Act 10157 - the Universal Kindergarten Law providing for all 5-year old children to attend the free and compulsory kindergarten schoolingDepEd No. 32 s. 2012 (Implementing Guidelines of RA 10157)DepEd No. 40, s. 2012 (DepEd Child Protection Policy) Policy Guidelines on Protecting children in School from Abuse, Violence, Exploitation, Discrimination, Bullying and Other Forms of AbuseDepEd No. 31, s. 2012 (K to 12 Basic Education Program)
  • 4. The K to 12 GraduateHolistically developed FilipinoWith 21 st Century skillsMulti-literate, multi-lingual, multi- cultural and multi-skilled in…LEARNING and INNOVATION ,LIFE and CAREER,EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION, andINFORMATION, MEDIA & TECHNOLOGY.
  • 5. Secondary schools have the option tooffer Hospitality and Tourism Services asa career path with the integration ofForeign Language as an elective
  • 6. Technology & Livelihood Education Agro - Fishery Industrial Arts Home Economics ICTCrop Production Bread and Pastry Computer Hardware Automotive Servicing Production ServicingAnimal Production Carpentry CaregivingAquaculture RAC Servicing Commercial Cooking Eletrical InstallationFish Processing Household Services & Maintenance Consumer Beauty CareHorticulture Electronics Servicing (nail care) Dressmaking/ Masonry Tailoring Mechnical Drafting Novelty Crafts Plumbing Shielded Metal Arc Welding Tile Setting
  • 7. Tourism (Hotels and Restaurant)* Barista Commercial Cooking Food and Beverage Services Baking and Pastry Production Housekeeping Travel Services Tour Guiding Services Front Office Services Events Management Services Attraction and Theme Parks Operations * TESDA courses
  • 8. Special Program in Foreign LanguageProgram ObjectivesTo develop students’ skills in listening, reading, writing, speaking and viewing as fundamental to acquiring communicative competence in a second foreign language;To prepare students for meaningful interaction in a linguistic and culturally diverse global workplace; andTo develop their understanding and appreciation of other people’s culture.
  • 9. Special Program in Foreign LanguageMechanicsA foreign language is tried out in the last 2 year levels of high school when students are deemed ready to manage learning a second foreign languageThe subject is offered for 120 minutes weekly in the 3rd and 4th year levels. The subject earns 0.6 unit credit.The subject takes the place of Career Pathways in TLE.
  • 10. Special Program in Foreign Language Assessment follows the principles of diagnostic, formative and summative assessments. The subject appears in the Student Report Card in Year III as Basic Language Year IV as Intermediate Language
  • 11. Special Program in Foreign Language Language Partner Institution Spanish Instituto Cervantes French Alliance Francaise German Geothe Institut Japanese Japan Foundation Manila Chinese- Confucius Institute @ Mandarin Angeles Foundation U
  • 13. Tourism EducationObjectivesPrepare students with necessary competencies, knowledge, skills and values to lead the tourists to the hidden parts of Calamba City and the historical point of the Philippine national hero;Develop the student’s personality to be more competent in communication skills; andEnhance the skills of students to be responsible citizens in the global community.
  • 14. Grade 11 Curriculum Learning Subject Hours/Week AreaLanguages English (Communication Arts I) 4 Filipino (Komunikasyon sa Akademikong Filipino) 4Mathematics Business Mathematics 5Science Environmental Science 5Social Studies Philippine Tourism, Geography and 3 CultureCareer Principles of Tourism 2Pathways Travel Services 6 Tour Guiding Services 6Elective Personality Development I 2
  • 15. Grade 12 Curriculum Learning Subject Hours/Wee Area kLanguages English (Communication Arts II) 4 Filipino (Retorika sa Mabisang 2 Pagpapahayag)Mathematics Statistics 5Science Social Ecology 5Literature Philippine Literature (1st Sem) 5 Rizal’s Life, Works and Writing (2nd 5 Sem)Social Studies World Tourism, Geography and Culture 4Career Front Office Operations 13Pathways Tourism Promotion Services 2Elective Personality Development II 3
  • 16. The support of the Tourism industry is needed in regard to designing and developing the curriculum developing the standards providing on-the-job-training to students teacher training student and teacher competency assessment
  • 17. Thank You!