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THE ADMINISTRATIVE AND SUPERVISORY
ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF
SECONDARY EDUCATION : FUNCTIONS OF
THE DIFFERENT DIVISION...
BUREAU OF SECONDARY EDUCATION
Aim:
To formulate and develop policies, plans,
programs and standard for the secondary-leve...
DIRECTOR
ASSISTANT
DIRECTOR
STAFF
DEVELOPMENT
STAFF
CURRICULUM
DEVELOPMENT
STAFF
PHYSICAL
FACILITIES
DIVISION
ADMINISTRATI...
ORGANIZATION OF BUREAU OF
SECONDARY EDUCATION
DIRECTOR
ASSISTANT
DIRECTOR
STAFF
DEVELOPMENT
DIVISION
CURRICULUM
DEVELOPMEN...
Office of the Director
LOLITA M. ANDRADA
Director IV
lmandrada@deped.gov.ph
636-5173/ 633-7242
Loc. 2060
(02) 636-5173
Office of the Asst. Director
Diosdado M. San Antonio
Director III
636-5172
BUREAU OF SECONDARY EDUCATION
FUNCTIONS OF THE DIFFERENT DIVISIONS
FUNCTION OF THE CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT DIVISION
1. Provides assistance and consultant...
4. Provides technical assistance on the use of educational
media, audio-visual aids, and other forms of instructional
tech...
is designed to cater
to the needs of
students who are
talented in the arts.
The Special
Program in the Arts
aims to develo...
FIRST - THIRD YEARS
TIME ALLOTMENT/UNIT CREDIT
Science 360 min./week. 1.8
Mathematics 300 min./week 1.5
English 300 min./w...
THE SPECIAL PROGRAM IN SPORTS (SPS)
is in line with the
efforts of the
Department of
Education (DepED) to
institutionalize...
• In addition to athletics and/or
swimming, which are the basic
sports requirement, the school
shall offer any approved De...
The Science Technology
Engineering Mathematics
Education Program (ESEP)
is a science and
mathematics-oriented
curriculum d...
The Special program in
Journalism (SPJ) is
developed to enrich the
experiences, hone the
journalistic skills and
competenc...
Open High School (OHSP)
Distance Education (iDEP)
Child Friendly School (CFSS)
Alternative Education (EASE)
Regional Scien...
Curriculum Development
Division
Thelma M. Cruz - OIC
Supervising Educ.
Program Specialist
cdd-bse@deped.gov.ph
6337746
FUNCTION OF STAFF DEVELOPMENT DIVISION
1. Formulates plans and programs to upgrade
the competencies of the teaching and no...
FUNCTION OF STAFF DEVELOPMENT DIVISION
4. Studies proposals submitted from the field in
connection with staff development;...
Staff Development
Division
Vacant
Chief, SDD
sdd-bse@deped.gov.ph
632-7586
FUNCTIONS OF ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF DIVISION
1. Administer all personnel matters including the
implementation of personnel t...
FUNCTIONS OF ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF DIVISION
5. Prepare and submits financial reports and
statements;
6. Procure, store and ...
Administrative Office
ZENAIDA A. MENDOZA
Administrative Officer
ao-bse@deped.gov.ph
632-7586, Loc. 2066
Creation of Physical Facilities &
Schools Engineering Division
DepED Order No. 17, s. 2004 -
the Department of Budget and
...
Engr. Oliver R.
Hernandez
----Chief, PFSED-
OPS
Engr. Annabelle
R. Pangan
- Asst. Chief,
PFSED-OPS
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  1. 1. THE ADMINISTRATIVE AND SUPERVISORY ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF SECONDARY EDUCATION : FUNCTIONS OF THE DIFFERENT DIVISIONS Presented by: LEMUEL BALTAZAR ESTRADA Prof. MARIO C. PASION, Ed.D. Professor
  2. 2. BUREAU OF SECONDARY EDUCATION Aim: To formulate and develop policies, plans, programs and standard for the secondary-level including adult education. It will provide working guide-training to pre- university preparation and to skills training for employment adequately met. It will take charge of the academic and vocational education at secondary level.
  3. 3. DIRECTOR ASSISTANT DIRECTOR STAFF DEVELOPMENT STAFF CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT STAFF PHYSICAL FACILITIES DIVISION ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
  4. 4. ORGANIZATION OF BUREAU OF SECONDARY EDUCATION DIRECTOR ASSISTANT DIRECTOR STAFF DEVELOPMENT DIVISION CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT DIVISION ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
  5. 5. Office of the Director LOLITA M. ANDRADA Director IV lmandrada@deped.gov.ph 636-5173/ 633-7242 Loc. 2060 (02) 636-5173
  6. 6. Office of the Asst. Director Diosdado M. San Antonio Director III 636-5172 BUREAU OF SECONDARY EDUCATION
  7. 7. FUNCTIONS OF THE DIFFERENT DIVISIONS FUNCTION OF THE CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT DIVISION 1. Provides assistance and consultant service in the dissemination of information on the secondary school curriculum and its implementation; 2. Coordinates research projects on curricular innovations which are initiated by the Bureau for implementation in the field; 3. Brings to the field the results of research studies that would be relevant to them as implementing units of the Department of Education;
  8. 8. 4. Provides technical assistance on the use of educational media, audio-visual aids, and other forms of instructional technology; 5. Provides assistance in research projects initiated by the field; 6. Assists the field in upgrading of student achievement by developing educational standards in the different subject areas; 7. Assists in the evaluation of the usefulness of teaching strategies for the implementation of the secondary curriculum; and 8. Performs such other functions as may be provided by law.
  9. 9. is designed to cater to the needs of students who are talented in the arts. The Special Program in the Arts aims to develop students with special inclination to music, visual arts, theater arts, creative writing, media arts and dance. SPECIAL PROGRAM IN THE ARTS (SPA) "Part of the K to 12 program is opening career options for our youth who are oriented towards the arts. If they choose to pursue arts to earn a living, then we will provide them the tools to prepare them for the job as artists,“ -Luistro.
  10. 10. FIRST - THIRD YEARS TIME ALLOTMENT/UNIT CREDIT Science 360 min./week. 1.8 Mathematics 300 min./week 1.5 English 300 min./week 1.5 Filipino 180 min./week 0.9 Araling Pan. 180 min./week 0.9 MAPEH 240 min./week 1.2 Specialization 600 min./week 3.0 TOTAL 2,160 min./week 10.8 units
  11. 11. THE SPECIAL PROGRAM IN SPORTS (SPS) is in line with the efforts of the Department of Education (DepED) to institutionalize a program that will identify/discover students with potential talent in sports and hone their skills for higher levels of athletic competitions.
  12. 12. • In addition to athletics and/or swimming, which are the basic sports requirement, the school shall offer any approved DepED or any of the following sports (a minimum of five individual/dual sports and three team sports); Individual/Dual Sports: Archery Arnis Badminton Chess Gymnastics Tennis Table Tennis Taekwondo Dancesports Team Sports: Baseball Basketball Football Sepak Takraw Softball Volleyball
  13. 13. The Science Technology Engineering Mathematics Education Program (ESEP) is a science and mathematics-oriented curriculum devised for high schools in the Philippines. The ESEP program is offered by specialized high schools, whether public or private, supervised by the Department of Education. Currently, there are 110 high schools offering the ESEP program, the majority being public. ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE EDUCATION PROGRAM
  14. 14. The Special program in Journalism (SPJ) is developed to enrich the experiences, hone the journalistic skills and competencies of student- writers and to strengthen free and responsible journalism. The curriculum is a four-year specialization program covering the following subjects: JOURNALISM 1-4 ADVANCED ENGLISH 1-4 SPECIAL PROGRAM IN JOURNALISM
  15. 15. Open High School (OHSP) Distance Education (iDEP) Child Friendly School (CFSS) Alternative Education (EASE) Regional Science High (RSHS) Foreign Language (SPFL) * The learner demonstrates understanding of a foreign language (Spanish, French, Japanese) for basic inter- cultural communication. The subject shall appear in the Student Report Card in the Third Year as Basic Spanish/French/Japanese/G erman and in the Fourth Year as Intermediate Spanish/French/Japanese/G erman OTHER PROGRAMS
  16. 16. Curriculum Development Division Thelma M. Cruz - OIC Supervising Educ. Program Specialist cdd-bse@deped.gov.ph 6337746
  17. 17. FUNCTION OF STAFF DEVELOPMENT DIVISION 1. Formulates plans and programs to upgrade the competencies of the teaching and non- teaching staff of secondary schools; 2. Provides consultant service and expert advice in seminars, workshops and conferences at the regional/division offices; 3. Conducts studies to assess and evaluate the implementation of the staff development programs and make the necessary recommendations for improvement;
  18. 18. FUNCTION OF STAFF DEVELOPMENT DIVISION 4. Studies proposals submitted from the field in connection with staff development; 5. Disseminates the results of studies and researches on staff development that may be of interest to teachers and non-teachers in secondary schools in the field; 6. Exercises functional supervision on matters pertaining to faculty and staff development; and 7. Performs such other functions as may be provided by law.
  19. 19. Staff Development Division Vacant Chief, SDD sdd-bse@deped.gov.ph 632-7586
  20. 20. FUNCTIONS OF ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF DIVISION 1. Administer all personnel matters including the implementation of personnel training program; 2. Extend support services to all the operating divisions; 3. Provide the management with the necessary financial information which will help the operating and technical divisions in planning, directing and coordinating their programs and activities in solving financial aspects. 4. Institute budgetary controls, and prepare budget proposals.
  21. 21. FUNCTIONS OF ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF DIVISION 5. Prepare and submits financial reports and statements; 6. Procure, store and distribute supplies, materials and equipment necessary in the operation of the Bureau; 7. Maintain security and safeguard to government funds and properties; and 8. Perform such other functions as may be provided.
  22. 22. Administrative Office ZENAIDA A. MENDOZA Administrative Officer ao-bse@deped.gov.ph 632-7586, Loc. 2066
  23. 23. Creation of Physical Facilities & Schools Engineering Division DepED Order No. 17, s. 2004 - the Department of Budget and Management has approved the merging of the Physical Facilities Division, Office of Planning Service (PFD-OPS) with the Task Force Engineering, Assessment and Monitoring (TFEAM) to become the Physical Facilities and Schools Engineering Division (PFSED) under the Office of planning Service – Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning of the Department of Education effective December 1, 2003. PFSED became fully operational on January 3, 2005. DEPED PHYSICAL FACILITIES & SCHOOLS ENGINEERING DIVISION (PFSED)
  24. 24. Engr. Oliver R. Hernandez ----Chief, PFSED- OPS Engr. Annabelle R. Pangan - Asst. Chief, PFSED-OPS

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