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  1. 1. I N N O VAT I O N S& STRENGTHENED PROGRAMSFOR HIGH SCHOOL LEARNING
  2. 2. H.A.T.S. - HOMEWORK ALLOCATION TEST SCHEDULE &ADVANCED SCIENCE & MATHPROGRAM FOR THE HONORS CLASSSPECIAL ACADEMIC ASSISTANCEPROGRAM (SAA) & REMEDIALPROGRAMELECTIVE CLASSES
  3. 3. (H.A.T.S.)HOMEWORK ALLOCATION & TEST SCHEDULE Form  Rationale  Rules  Consequence  Procedures
  4. 4.  emphasizes mastery learning and not mystery learning. In view of this, assessments / evaluations of learning are always announced. Unannounced/surprise tests and quizzes are highly and strictly discouraged. Immediate feedback (assessments done immediately after a lesson, chapter, a unit, or a topic is discussed) can be done through activities. R A T I O N A L E
  5. 5.  H.A.T.S. is meant to regulate the daily schedule and load of assessments/evaluations of the students so that they can develop the other areas of their personhood. Aside from this, the regulation of daily tests/quizzes aims to develop an in-depth and balanced study habit among students where they are expected to give due and equal importance to all their subjects [academic and non-academic]. R A T I O N A L E
  6. 6. There must be a maximum of three (3) long tests(LT)/mastery tests (MT) to be scheduled a weekbefore. In cases where there are less than three (3)long tests/mastery tests scheduled in a day,quizzes may be added provided that two (2)quizzes are to be interpreted as equal to one (1)long test/mastery test. Henceforth, the following conditions should apply:  one (1) LT/MT plus four (4) more quizzes;  Two (2) LT/MT plus two (2) more quizzes;  NO LT/MT, six (6) quizzes can be scheduled. R U L E S
  7. 7. Assessments/evaluations with 10-20 minutes time frameor those with less than 30 points are considered asquizzes. Deadlines for projects must be scheduled withprudent consideration of the extent of the work/task, thedegree of difficulty, and the duration involved so thatstudents can submit/present quality work.Written homework should be indicated/written in theH.A.T.S. form except for reading assignments which maynot be necessarily indicated/written.  Written homework may be given everyday for Math and Science while in  other subjects, they may be given three times a week. R U L E S
  8. 8. SACRED HEART SCHOOL – ATENEO de CEBU High School Department HOMEWORK/PROJECT ALLOCATION and TEST SCHEDULE Month YR / SEC: REMARKS DATE OF SUBMISSION MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY of LONG RANGE PROJECTSChineseChristian Life FormatinEnglishFilipinoMathematicsScienceSocial StudiesComputerPhysical Education/Music I. RULES I. PROCEDURESRATIONALE a. There must be a maximum of three (3) long tests (LT)/mastery tests (MT) to be scheduled a week before. a. The class advisers should prepare the H.A.T.S. form with the appropriate dates on a weekly basis. a. The – Jesuit pedagogy emphasizes mastery learning and not mystery learning. In view of this, b. In cases where there are less than three (3) long tests/mastery tests scheduled in a day, quizzes may be added provided that two (2) quizzes b. Each teacher fills out the appropriate boxes with their scheduled tests, quizzes, assignments or projects. assessments/evaluations of learning are always announced. Unannounced/surprise tests and quizzes are to be interpreted as equal to one (1) long test/mastery test. Henceforth, the following conditions should apply: I. CONSEQUENCE Teachers should indicate whether it’s a long test or short test (quiz). If the teacher foresees that his/her test are highly and strictly discouraged. Immediate feedback (assessments done immediately after a 1. one (1) LT/MT plus four (4) more quizzes; will not push through, he/she immediately updates the HATS. lesson, a chapter, a unit, or a topic is discussed) can be done through activities. 2. Two (2) LT/MT plus two (2) more quizzes; c. The H.A.T.S. form should be placed on the teacher’s table. b. The – Jesuit pedagogy aims for a holistic and well balanced development of the human person. In 3. NO LT/MT, six (6) quizzes can be scheduled. Any test or quiz that has not been d. The class adviser may detach the forms that are no longer applicable and submit these forms to the Principal’s view of this, the H.A.T.S. is meant to regulate the daily schedule and load of c. Assessments/evaluations with 10-20 minutes time frame or those with less than 30 points are considered as quizzes. office on a quarterly basis. assessments/evaluations of the students so that they can develop the other areas of their d. Deadlines for projects must be scheduled with prudent consideration of the extent of the work/task, the degree of difficulty, and the duration scheduled in writing is e. Before submission to the Principal’s office, the adviser compiles the schedule of the previous weeks for personhood. Aside from this, the regulation of daily tests/quizzes aims to develop an in-depth and involved so that students can submit/present quality work. deemed INVALID. reference. balanced study habit among students where they are expected to give due and equal importance to e. Written homework should be indicated/written in the H.A.T.S. form except for reading assignments which may not be necessarily f. For assignments needing library work, the subject teacher informs the librarian of the said activity two (2) days all their subjects [academic and non-academic]. indicated/written. before the scheduled work. This will give the librarian ample time to verify the availability of the materials f. Written homework may be given everyday for Math and Science while in other subjects, they may be given three times a week. needed as well as to update the subject teacher.
  9. 9. Any test or quiz that has notbeen scheduled in writing isdeemed INVALID. CONSEQUENCES
  10. 10.  The class advisers should prepare the H.A.T.S. form with the appropriate dates on a weekly basis. Each teacher fills out the appropriate boxes with their scheduled tests, quizzes, assignments or projects. Teachers should indicate whether it’s a long test or short test (quiz). If the teacher foresees that his/her test will not push through, he/she immediately updates the HATS. P R O C E D U R E S
  11. 11. The H.A.T.S. form should be placed on theteacher’s table.The class adviser may detach the forms that areno longer applicable and submit these forms to thePrincipal’s office on a quarterly basis.Before submission to the Assistant Principal ’ soffice, the adviser compiles the schedule of theprevious weeks for reference.For assignments needing library work, the subject teacher informs the librarian of the said activity two (2) days before the scheduled work. This will give the librarian ample time to verify the availability of the materials needed as well as to update the subject teacher. P R O C E D U R E S
  12. 12. ADVANCED SCIENCE & MATHPROGRAM FOR THE HONORS CLASSFor the more gifted students in the honors class in second andthird years, a special program has been designed to allowthem to learn and work in small teams (teams Euclid,Pythagoras, Wolves and Eagles) that facilitate learning inScience and Math with greater depth and higher mastery.Science and Math classes are scheduled simultaneously.The program offers the regular curriculum to our fast learnersat an enhanced pace. The approach features more challengingactivities in terms of complexity and depth that will requirevaried and even specialized skills.QUANTUM SCIENCE MATH MAGIS & MATHLETE PROGRAM  Two Teams in one class  Back-to-back Math & Science classes for both teams
  13. 13. ADVANCED SCIENCE & MATHPROGRAM FOR THE HONORS CLASSSTRATEGIES• Hands-on and inquiry-based activities and experiments• Challenging and engaging activities and problems• New-technology based pedagogies• Collaborative works• Advanced topics not taken in regular science classQUANTUM SCIENCE  QUANTUM – Quick Understanding on Advanced Technology with Unique Magnitude
  14. 14. ADVANCED SCIENCE & MATHPROGRAM FOR THE HONORS CLASSSTRATEGIES• Fun, challenging and engaging activities• Varied strategies in solving Math problems• Speed and accuracy in mental Math• Carefully guided steps with use of I.T.• Creative approaches to solving competition problems• Thought-provoking problems related to daily lifeMATH MAGIS & MATHLETE PROGRAM  MAGIS – Math for the Advanced, Gifted and Innovative Students
  15. 15. SPECIAL ACADEMIC ASSISTANCEPROGRAM (SAA) & REMEDIALPROGRAMIt is the pro-active academic support providedto pre-identified students who have notperformed well in the previous year. It offersearly remediation primarily on the coresubjects, namely Science, Math, English andFilipino, to ensure preparedness and mastery ofthe necessary skills for the year level of thestudent. The Special Academic Assistance classes are held during Saturdays for an hour and a half. Inclusion in the SAA requires a separate enrollment.
  16. 16. ELECTIVE CLASSES• Array of curricular offerings designed to make learning even more engaging, relevant and interesting. Electives Subjects are generally free form and entertaining which allows students to have fun and play while being educated.• Students from First Year to Third Year choose from a menu of Elective subjects to giving them a bit of a break while still keeping them engaged in learning the required general core academic subjects like English, Math, Science or Social Studies. The enhanced interests of students in the Electives in turn foster greater interest and engagement in study and learning.• Elective classes meet once a week and are rotated at the end of the semester.
  17. 17. ELECTIVE CLASSESMYTHOLOGY HS I“LAAG-LAAG TA BAI”GAME POOLNATURE SPEAKS
  18. 18. ELECTIVE CLASSESFASHION PATTERN HS III.B.I. (Introduction to Biological Investigation)TALK & TALKASIAN MYX
  19. 19. ELECTIVE CLASSESSKETCH PAD HS IIIJAM (Jesuit & Music)PERSONALITY DEVWEB TRENDSETTER 2.0BLOGGERSROAD TRIPFOOD PROPINOY EXPOSE’
  20. 20. H.A.T.S. - HOMEWORK ALLOCATION TEST SCHEDULE &ADVANCED SCIENCE & MATHPROGRAM FOR THE HONORS CLASSSPECIAL ACADEMIC ASSISTANCEPROGRAM (SAA) & REMEDIALPROGRAMELECTIVE CLASSES
  21. 21. Education should increasestudents’ understanding ofthe world around them. Willard Daggett LUX ORIENS

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