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Alternative delivery modes robertita fernando (1)

  2. 2. The Department of Education is tasked to provide quality basic education that is equitably accessible to all and lay the foundation for life long learning and service for the common good.
  3. 3. Aside from formal education DepEd offers alternative delivery mode of interventions to meet the needs of young people in different communities.
  4. 4. IMPORTANCE OF ADMs The ADMs in formal basic education are implemented to improve certain performance indicators in order to achieve the 2015 targets of Education For All (EFA) and the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) on achieving the universal primary Education. The ADMs address the learning needs of the marginalized pupils and those learners at risk of dropping out in order to help them overcome social and economic constraints in their schooling.
  5. 5. ADMs BOTH IN ELEMENTARY & SECONDARY LEVELS The ADMs both at the elementary and secondary Levels include the following:  Elementary Level A. Modified In-School, Off-school Approach (MISOSA); B. Enhanced Instructional Management by Parents, Community and Teachers (e- IMPACT)System; C. Home Schooling Program D. Multigrade Program in Philippine Education (MPPE)  Secondary Level E. Dropout Reduction Program (DORP)
  6. 6. “THE MISOSA” M-odified I - n School S - chool O - ff S - chool A - pproach
  7. 7. Originally designed Currently designed To address issue on congestion •To address issue of congestion plus •helps pupils who are enrolled but habitual/ seasonal absentees, • living in conflict/ •disaster areas, •chronically -ill, or engaged in earning a living to augment family income
  8. 8. 1.Use of Self-Instructional Materials (SIMs).  that contain the lessons to be learned for the day. include learning objectives, activities to work on, exercises and questions to answer. enrichment activities utilizing the community resources.
  10. 10. 2.Utilization of community school as a laboratory for learning aside from the classroom i.e. half of the class stays with the teacher while the other half stays with the teacher-facilitator in the community school.
  11. 11. 3. In compliance with existing policies: 3.1.DepEd Order #23,s.2005 re time allotment 3.2. DepEd Order No. 33, s. 2004 re grading system 3.3. DepEd Order No. 53, s. 2011 re policy guidelines
  12. 12. 4.Involvement of the following school internal/external stakeholders: 4.1.Grade IV, V, and VI pupils 4.2.Classroom Teachers 4.3.Teacher-Facilitators
  13. 13. Benefits in implementing the MISOSABenefits in implementing the MISOSA Aside from addressing the issue of congestion, MISOSA implementation may also contribute to the following: Resolving the issue of shortage of instructional materials Improving classroom management Promoting equal access and opportunity for learning
  14. 14. Institutionalizing systematic monitoring Developing pupils study habits love for learning and self-esteem Attending to the unique needs of individual pupils Benefits in implementing the MISOSABenefits in implementing the MISOSA
  15. 15. List of Pilot Schools implementing MISOSAList of Pilot Schools implementing MISOSA DIVISION SCHOOLS Manila R. Almario ES A.A. Quezon ES Quezon City Payatas ES San Diego ES Commonwealth ES Isabela Ilagan East Central School Antique Pis-anan Central School Camancijan ES Calag-itan Central School
  16. 16. List of Pilot Schools implementing MISOSAList of Pilot Schools implementing MISOSA DIVISION SCHOOLS Capiz Pontevedra ES Davao City Magallanes ES Buhangin ES Porras ES
  17. 17. Updates onUpdates on Expanded MISOSA Previous number implementing MISOSA DIVISION SCHOOLS Region 3 Aurora Nonong ES Macucdol ES NCR Manila R. Almario ES Aurora A. Quezon ES Gregoria G. de Jesus ES Legarda ES
  18. 18. Expanded MISOSA DIVISION SCHOOLS CAR Mt Province Paracelis CS Puya-Ao ES Otocan ES Isabela Capellan ES Matasalem ES Alibadabad ES Ilagan East CS
  19. 19. Expanded MISOSA DIVISION SCHOOLS NCR Pasay Kalayaan ES Tomoteo Paez ES P. Zamora ES Quezon City Payatas A ES San Diego ES Commonwealth ES Bacong Silangan ES Holy Spirit ES
  20. 20. Expanded MISOSA DIVISION SCHOOLS Region 6 Antique Camancijan ES Pas-anan ES Calag-itan ES Ass. Man Moscoso ES Capiz Pontevedra ES Don Antonio Belo MES Rizal ES
  21. 21. Expanded MISOSA DIVISION SCHOOLS Region 7 Negros Oriental Sta. Agueda ES Datagon ES Region 8 Eastern Samar Guian East CS Eugenio S. Daza Pilot ES Northern Samar Panbujan CS Nenita ES
  22. 22. Expanded MISOSA DIVISION SCHOOLS Region 9 Zamboanga del Sur Caridad Multigrade School Villaris Multigrade School Motosawa Multigrade School
  23. 23. Expanded MISOSA DIVISION SCHOOLS Region 11 Davao City Sta. Ana CES Region 12 Sarangani Kiamba ES Malandag CS Rudes ES
  24. 24. Expanded MISOSA DIVISION SCHOOLS Region 12 Sultan KUdarat Tulale ES Kamanga ES Baluan ES
  25. 25. Expanded MISOSA DIVISION SCHOOLS Region CARAGA Agusan del Sur Bunawan West CES
  26. 26. Proposed Expansion of MISOSAProposed Expansion of MISOSA Elementary Schools with High Incidence of Drop-outElementary Schools with High Incidence of Drop-out More than 20 drop-outsMore than 20 drop-outs Region Number of Division Number of Schools Number of Drop-out I 5 20 521 ii 3 10 419 III 13 92 3941 IV-A 12 109 4811 IV-B 5 24 784 V 8 64 2140 VI 15 230 8878 VII 13 159 5939 VIII 6 36 1248 IX 4 10 431 X 7 32 1053 XI 7 34 1288 XII 9 59 2322 CARAGA 2 10 517 ARMM 12 110 5142 CAR 1 2 72 NCR 16 114 6490 Total 138 1115 45996
  27. 27. THANK YOU THANK YOU & Mabuhay…
  28. 28. The e-IMPACT System A Quality Alternative Delivery Mode for Elementary Education a. A technology-enhanced alternative delivery mode; b. Developed to address high student population and high percentage of dropouts; c. Management system where the parents, teachers and community collaborate to provide the child
  29. 29. Principles of the e-IMPACT System 1. Children become active participants of the learning process. Three Primary Modes of Delivery a. Programmed Teaching b. Peer Group Learning c. Individual Study
  30. 30. Principles of the e-IMPACT System 2. Learning Materials are based on the national curriculum standards of DepED. a. PRODED b. NESC –New Elementary School Curriculum c. BEC – Basic Education Curriculum d. PELC – Phil. Elementary Learning Competencies
  31. 31. Principles of the e-IMPACT System 3. The essence of education is the learning process a. Education in the e-IMPACT system encourages and develops in the children the skill to learn independently and eventually become self-and lifelong learners. b. IMPACT also encourages peer learning and peer mentoring as important strategies for empowering learners as active partners in the instructional process.
  32. 32. Curriculum Enhancements Use of audio tapes in English, Science, Mathematics and Filipino  Use of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in teaching the lessons