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    Educ16 Report (The Professionalization of Teaching) Educ16 Report (The Professionalization of Teaching) Presentation Transcript

    • The Professionalization of Teaching
    • “The policy goals should be to ensure that all children have access to skillful teachers to make the teaching profession more attractive to talented young adults, and to produce humane and intellectually lively learning communities for both students and teachers.” Linda Darling-Hammond
    • Presidential Decree No. 1006 “PROVIDING FOR THE PROFESSIONALIZATION OF TEACHERS, REGULATING THEIR PRACTICE IN THE PHILIPPINES AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES”
    • Presidential Decree No. 1006 Section 1. TITLE “Decree Professionalizing Teaching” Section 2. DECLARATION OF POLICY It is hereby declared a policy that teacher education shall be given primary concern and attention by the government and shall be of the highest quality, and strongly oriented to Philippine conditions and to the needs and aspirations of the Filipino people even as it seeks enrichment from adaptable ideas and practices of other people. Section 3. DEFINITION OF TERMS a. Teaching b. Teacher c. Board
    • Presidential Decree No. 1006 Section 4. CREATION OF THE NATIONAL BOARD FOR TEACHERS 1. Secretary of Education and Culture 2. Chairman, Civil Service Commission 3. Commissioner, Professional Regulations Commission 4. Two members representing the private sector to be appointed by the President Section 5. POWERS AND DUTIES Section 6. QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR EXAMINATION APPLICANTS Section 7. APPOINTMENT OF EXAMINEER
    • Presidential Decree No. 1006 Section 8. SCOPE OF THE EXAMINATION (Written tests determined by the Board) Section 9. RATINGS IN THE EXAMINATION (At least 70% in all subjects with no rating below 50% in any subject) Section 10. REPORT OF THE RESULTS OF EXAMINATION (150 days after the last day of the examination, unless extended by Board) Section 11. ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATE Section 12. REGISTRATION
    • Presidential Decree No. 1006 Section 13. REISSUANCE OF REVOKED CERTIFICATES AND REPLACEMENT OF LOST CERTIFICATES Section 14. REGISTRATION BY RECIPROCITY Section 15. PROHIBITION Section 16. PENAL PROVISION A fine of not less than one thousand pesos nor more than five thousand pesos with subsidiary imprisonment or to suffer an imprisonment of not less than six months nor more than two years, or both such fine an imprisonment at the discretion of the Court
    • Presidential Decree No. 1006 Section 17. REPEALING CLAUSE Section 18. SEPARABILITY CLAUSE Section 19. EFFECTIVITY Take effect January 1, 1977.
    • AN ACT TO STRENGTHEN THE REGULATION AND SUPERVISION OF THE PRACTICE OF TEACHING IN THE PHILIPPINES AND PRESCRIBING A LICENSURE EXAMINATION FOR TEACHERS AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES
    • Section 1. SHORT TITLE The Philippine Teachers Personalization Act of 1994 Section 2. STATEMENT OF POLICY The State recognizes the vital role of teachers in nation building and development through a responsible and literate citizenry. Toward this end, the State shall ensure and promote quality education by proper supervision and regulation of the licensure examination and professionalization of the practice of the teaching profession.
    • Section 3. OBJECTIVES a. The promotion, development and professionalization of teachers and the teaching profession b. The supervision and regulation of the licensure examination Section 4. DEFINITION OF TERMS a. Teaching b. Teachers c. Board d. Commission Refers to the Professional Regulation Commission
    • Section 5. CREATION AND COMPOSITION OF BOARD Five members to be appointed by the President of the Philippines Section 6. DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS OF THE BOARD Section 7. TERM OF OFFICE Three (3) years from the date they assume office Section 8. QUALIFICATIONS OF BOARD MEMBERS Section 9. COMPENSATION OF THE BOARD
    • Section 10. SUPERVISION OF THE BOARD AND CUSTODIAN OF RECORDS Section 11. SECRETARIAT AND SUPPORT SERVICES Section 12. REMOVAL OF BOARD MEMBER  Neglect of duty  Incompetence  Unprofessional  Unethical  Immoral  Dishonorable conduct  Commission or toleration of irregularities in the examination
    • Section 13. EXAMINATION, REGISTRATION, AND LICENSE REQUIRED Section 14. SCOPE OF EXAMINATION Elementary - Professional Education - General Education Secondary - Professional Education - General Education - Field of Specialization Section 15. QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS OF APPLICANTS Section 16. REPORT OF THE RESULTS OF THE EXAMINATION Within 120 days after examination
    • Section 17. ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATE AND PROFESSIONAL LICENSE Section 18. OATH BEFORE PRACTICE Section 19. PERIODIC MERIT EXAMINATION OF TEACHERS Oral or written exam at least once in five (5) years Section 20. FAILURE TO PASS THE MERIT EXAMINATION  Allowed to take for the second time  Required first to take a DECS accredited refresher course  Failure to pass can be used as a ground for dismissal or demotion
    • Section 21. INCENTIVES  Be awarded a diploma of merit  Earn merit points for higher salary or position of grade level  Be placed in the priority list for government scholarship  Other benefits Section 22. INTEGRATION OF THE TEACHING PROFESSION Section 23. REVOCATION OF THE CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION, SUSPENSION FROM THE PRACTICE OF THE TEACHING PROFESSION, AND THE CANCELLATION OF TEMPORARY OR SPECIAL PERMIT
    • Section 24. REGISTRATION BY RECIPROCITY Section 25. ROSTER OF PROFESSIONAL TEACHERS Section 26. REGISTRATION AND EXCEPTION Section 27. INHIBITION AGAINST THE PRACTICE OF TEACHING PROFESSION Section 28. PENAL PROVISIONS A fine of not less than five thousand pesos (P5,000.00) nor more than twenty thousand pesos (P20,000.00) or imprisonment of not less than six (6) months nor more than five (5) years or both
    • Section 29. APPROPRIATIONS Section 30. IMPLEMENTATION GUIDELINES Section 31. TRANSITORY PROVISION Section 32. SEPARABILITY CLAUSE Section 33. REPEALING CLAUSE Section 34. EFFECTIVITY CLAUSE Take effect after fifteen (15) days following its complete publication in the Official Gazette or in two newspapers of general circulation
    • REPUBLIC ACT (R.A) 9293 AN ACT AMENDING CERTAIN SECTIONS OF REPUBLIC ACT NUMBERED SEVENTY-EIGHT HUNDRED AND THIRTY SIX (R.A. 7836) OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE “PHILIPPINE TEACHERS PROFESSIONALIZATION ACT OF 1994”
    • Section 1. Section 15 of R.A. 7836 is hereby amended as follows: …Possesses the minimum educational requirements: a. Preschool – Bachelor’s degree in early childhood education b. Elementary – Bachelor’s degree in elementary education c. Secondary – Bachelor’s degree in education with major or minor or a bachelor’s degree in arts and science with at least 18 units in professional education d. Vocational/Two-year Technical courses – Bachelor’s degree in the field of specialization with at least 18 units in professional education NOTE: The amendment is in the number of units under secondary level from 10 units to 18 units.
    • Section 2. Section 26 of the same act is hereby amended as follows: a. A holder of a certificate of eligibility as a teacher issued by the Civil Service Commission and the Department of Education, Culture and Sports. b. A registered professional teacher with the National Board for Teachers under the Department of Education, Culture and Sports (DECS) pursuant to Presidential Decree No. 1006; Note: Number 3 qualification in RA 7836 Section 26 is deleted in this Act.
    • Section 3. Section 31 of the same Act is hereby amended as follows: Special permits, with a validity of three (3) and five (5) years, issued to para-teachers by the Board for Professional Teachers before the effectivity of this Act shall be allowed to expire based on the period granted therein: Provided, That only special permit with a validity of three (3) years may be renewed upon expiration for a non-extendible period of two (2) years. Note: Original provision of RA 7836 section 31.
    • Section 4. REFERENCES TO THE TERM “Department of Education Culture and Sports”, in Section 4(a) and Section 25, and the term “DECS” in Section 20 of the same Act are hereby amended to read as “Department of Education” and DepEd”, respectively. Section 5. SEPARABILITY CLAUSE Section 6. REPEALING CLAUSE Section 7. EFFECTIVITY
    • EDELYN R. CAGAS Prepared by