Aligning Creative Approaches Towards Re-   engineering Our Tourism Education          and Training Programs    DEPARTMENT ...
Outline of Presentation Updates The K to 12 Basic Education Curriculum Premise for Tourism Education   Technology and ...
UpdatesRepublic Act 10157 - the Universal Kindergarten Law providing for all 5-year old children to attend the free and c...
The K to 12 GraduateHolistically developed FilipinoWith 21 st Century skillsMulti-literate, multi-lingual, multi- cultu...
Secondary schools have the option tooffer Hospitality and Tourism Services asa career path with the integration ofForeign ...
Technology & Livelihood Education  Agro - Fishery      Industrial Arts        Home Economics              ICTCrop Producti...
Tourism (Hotels and Restaurant)*   Barista   Commercial Cooking   Food and Beverage Services   Baking and Pastry Produ...
Special Program in Foreign LanguageProgram ObjectivesTo develop students’ skills in listening, reading,  writing, speakin...
Special Program in Foreign LanguageMechanicsA foreign language is tried out in the last 2 year levels of high school when...
Special Program in Foreign Language Assessment follows the principles of diagnostic,  formative and summative assessments...
Special Program in Foreign Language  Language    Partner Institution  Spanish     Instituto Cervantes  French      Allianc...
TOURISM EDUCATIONCALAMBA NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL        CALAMBA CITY
Tourism EducationObjectivesPrepare students with necessary competencies, knowledge, skills and values to lead the tourist...
Grade 11 Curriculum  Learning                    Subject              Hours/Week    AreaLanguages      English (Communicat...
Grade 12 Curriculum  Learning                      Subject               Hours/Wee    Area                                ...
The support of the Tourism industry is needed in regard to  designing and developing the   curriculum  developing the st...
Thank You!
Aligning Creative Approaches Towards Re-engineering  Our Tourism Education and Training Programs
Aligning Creative Approaches Towards Re-engineering  Our Tourism Education and Training Programs
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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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Aligning Creative Approaches Towards Re-engineering Our Tourism Education and Training Programs

  1. 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. 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. 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. 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. 5. Secondary schools have the option tooffer Hospitality and Tourism Services asa career path with the integration ofForeign Language as an elective
  6. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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
  12. 12. TOURISM EDUCATIONCALAMBA NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL CALAMBA CITY
  13. 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. 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. 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. 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. 17. Thank You!

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