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PERSONAL LIFELONG LEARNING PLAN
Name and School: Carlo O. Casumpong-Mabini National High School Specialization/Subjects Handled: English and ScienceInvestigatory Project
21st Century
Literacies (1)
Level of
Competency (2)
Target KSAV (3) Self-Learning Activities (4) Time
Framework
(5)
Support
Resources
Needed (6)
Barriers/ Challenges
(7)
Solution/Action points
(8)
The Arts and
Creativity
Developing 1. Creative ways
of problem-
solvingin
classes
1. Journalizing milestones and
weak points. After every lesson,it
would be better for me to take
down notes of all thatwent well or
the significantmilestones which
could be used as exemplars in
future lessons.Moreover, weak
points should also bepointed out
in order to avoid the same weak
points in the future.
At the end
of daily
classes
Smartphone,
pen, notebook
Possibility of
presence of many
weak points than
positivemilestones
 Compare positive
milestones with weak
points;
 Cite measurableand
attainablesolutions
for specific weak
points;
 Communicate the
action points to
person/s involved
and concerned.
2. Creativity in
the classroom
2. Modelling creativity from
learners. Learners often become
more creative than teachers due to
their independent and curious
attitude. It is a form of
benchmarkingtheir creative ideas
and activities in handlingtopics and
situations by (1) noting and (2)
selectingthem. After which,(3)
applyingthe selected ideas and
activities should bedone then (4)
evaluatingwhat went well and
what should be improved shall
follow.
Throughout
asynchronou
s and
synchronous
classes
Smartphone Not enough time and
opportunities to
hone creativity
 Set SMART (specific,
measurable,
attainable,results-
oriented, timebound)
goals atthe beginning
of every glass;
 Provideactivities that
also enjoin learners
to exemplify
creativity;
 Providepositive
reinforcements and
rewards,if necessary.
3. Infusion of
arts in teaching,
learningand
assessment
process
3. Storyboarding. In teaching both
languageand literature in English,
it is imperativeto injectcreative
activities and a creativeclassroom.
Storyboardingcould be infused in
any of my lesson plan especially in
the motivation part to activate the
At the
beginningof
each
languageor
literary
lesson
Learning aids
and resources
The experiences of
the learners may not
be parallel to the
storyboard utilized.
 Apply contemporary
ways to language
experience approach;
 Think of possible
experiences of
today’s generation
before either
languageand literary experiences
of the learners.This would create
connection among the learners,
the lesson,the society,and me as
their teacher.
choosingor creatinga
storyboard;
 Ask learners first.
Ecoliteracy Good 1. Skill and
initiativein
addressing
problems
related to
pollution
1. Immersing in outside
opportunities and activities. I
would liketo expose myself and my
learners to opportunities outsideof
the classroom,takinga look at
salientpoints in the environment
and observe environmental issues
that affect us.In the school,while
preparingmyself to be ableto
guide them in this endeavor, I may
firstgo out and ascertain pollution-
related problems in the immediate
community and compare them
with national and global data.
Daily Smartphone The hustle and bustle
in the environment
might be
overwhelming.
 This is a good
opportunity to chunk
the challenges into
specific concerns;
 If it’s too
overwhelming to take
into account,choose
one concern to note
at a time;
 Always think that
there’s still a way to
combat or address
such challenges and
concerns.
2. Personal
Attitude
towards
essence of
biodiversity
2. Watching ecological
documentaries. Regularly watching
life,earth, and ecosystem
documentaries will providea more
detailed understandingon the
nature of organisms,how the
behave in the ecosystem, and the
intricateconnections among them
that contribute to the humanity.
Once every
week
Television,
personal
computer,
Internet
connectivity
Distraction thatother
channels and
contents may pose
 Self-disciplineand
regulation area must;
 Set a priority to
ecological timewithin
a specific period of
time.
3. Reducing
carbon footprint
in relation to
climatechange
advocacy
3. Calculating carbon footprint.
Usinga carbon footprintcalculator
which is readily availableonline,I
can determine the extent of my
household’s carbon footprint
emissions thatadd up to the global
dilemma on climatechange.
Monthly Smartphone,
Internet
connectivity,
online
resourceat
https://www.c
arbonfootprin
t.com/calculat
or.aspx
Difficulty in attaining
the necessary data
for Carbon footprint
calculation.
 Listand regularly
note data such as
power bill,LPGuse,
and firewood use at
home.
Cyberliteracy/
Digital
Literacy
(Information
and ICT
knowledge)
Good Skillful useof
computer
1. Researching Internet resources
and YouTube tutorials. In order to
skillfully adaptwith the
information age, informal learning
instances may be considered such
as acquiringknowledge and skillsin
the use of computer software
through different Internet sources
and YouTube videos.
Once every
week
Personal
computer or
smartphone,
Internet
connectivity,
relevant
websites and
YouTube
channels
Tendency of getting
information from
sources that arenot
reliable
 Carefully select
websites upon
seeking for relevant
information;
 Go away from open-
forum sites and
editablesearch
answers.
Normalizinguse
of smartphone
for information
acquisition
2. Transferring of data and files to
smartphone. From the computer,
in order to access theinformation
wherever I go, I may transfer the
files thatI would need. This will
gradually normalizemy use of
smartphone as a medium to
acquireinformation.
Anytime,
when
needed
Personal
computer and
smartphone
Speed in transferring
files may pose
difficulty.
 Choose different
options upon
transferringfiles
depending on the file
sizeand
circumstance;
 May use any among
the following:
Bluetooth, USB
tethering, ShareIt,
email,or Messenger
upload.
Attitude
towards
cyberliteracy
and implications
of computer use
3. Idle time from computers. It’
basically a formof rest from usinga
computer or a smartphone, idle
time is a self-instructional activity
for me to gradually managemy
screen time. In turn, itwould shape
my attitude towards the
implications of the use of
computers.
Daily,from
8:00 PM to
5:00 AM
None Distraction from
messages during
offlinehours
 Put the smartphone
or personal computer
in flightmode during
offlinehours before
eventually turning it
off.
Financial
Literacy
Developing Handling
personal
finances
1. Linking connections in financial
picture. I need to undergo an
understandingof the followingkey
points in my financial picture,to
wit:
 Savings
 Investing
 Financial protection
 Tax planning
 Retirement planning
Twice every
week
Smartphone,
Internet
connectivity,
Google Keeps
and Notes
Need for
comprehensive data
may pose difficulties.
 Don’t be constraintin
writingdown the key
points;
 Allowrooms for
improvement.
Sense of
entrepreneurshi
p
2. Take from the rock. I will record
entrepreneurial activities,
experiences, and challenges of
people whom I know are
entrepreneurs. This activity may
cover an interview with beginning,
middle, and successful
entrepreneurs.
Once every
week
Smartphone,
pen, notebook
Constraints in time
may emerge
especially thatthe
schedulefor
interviewing
entrepreneurs will be
based on their
convenient time.
 Set SMART schedule
to alleviatethe
effects of time
constraints;
 If the scheduleis not
conformed to, have
alternative
interviewees or
participants.
Knowledge in
economics
3. Sage from varied resources. In
order to acquireknowledge on
economics,I will vary my research
from economics resources such as
books, magazines,business new
websites, YouTube channels,
LinkedIn and Facebook profiles and
pages.
Once every
week
Personal
computer,
smartphone,
Internet
connectivity,
relevant
websites and
YouTube
channels,
relevant
LinkedIn and
Facebook
pages
Tendency of getting
information from
sources that arenot
reliable
 Carefully select
websites upon
seeking for relevant
information;
 Go away from open-
forum sites and
editablesearch
answers.
Media
Literacy
Strong 1. Evaluate
information and
its sources
critically
1. Get, refute,affirm, confirm. This
is a step-by-step activity thatallows
me to acquirerelevantinformation
from different sources and draw
which one is the most valid and
credible.
 Get, is where I carefully
retrieve information across
multiplesources and platforms.
 Refute, is where I attempt to
refute the information,on my
own atmy own pace.
 Affirm, is where I assertthe
facts and what I believe is true.
 Confirm, is where I finally hold
the sources and information as
credibleand factual,
respectively.
When
information
evaluation
happens
Personal
computer or
smartphone,
Internet
connectivity,
relevant
websites
Facts are typically
irrefutableunless
new findings from
research come out.
 If facts become
irrefutable,there’s no
need to refute;
 When there’s no
need to refute,
information from
several sources may
be used to support
the facts cited.
2. Create
information
2. Validating information product.
Research is already a norm in
education. Through a
predetermined series of validation,
I may get to create information
relevant to education and to the
immediate stakeholders.
When
information
validation is
needed
Personal
computer or
smartphone,
Internet
connectivity,
relevant
websites
Time constraintmay
arisein validating
information.
 Set a SMART schedule
in processingand
validating
information;
 Make the information
validation process
simple,as much as
possible.
3. Communicate
information
3. Social media utilization. To
shareinformation is to savea
person. I believe that social media
is one of the accessibleplatforms
where people get information
from. In this learningactivity,I will
scrutinizeinformation fromsocial
media pages, selectthe most
substantiveand sensibleones,then
sharethem through my personal
account.
When
information
communicati
on emerges
Personal
computer or
smartphone,
Internet
connectivity,
relevant
websites,
social media
platforms
Those who access the
social media through
free data allowance
may experience
limitations in
retrieving
information via
videos,images, and
graphics.
 Text caption shall be
incorporated along
with videos,images,
and graphics to aid
those who use social
media through free
data allowance;
 The text caption,
itself,should be
detailed to provide
vastinformation
enough to instill what
should be instilled.
Social/Emotio
nal Literacy
Good Emotional
intelligence
1. A picture a day, my feeling
today. Every morning, I will takea
photo of an object or environment
that I think symbolizes what I
specifically feel.I will make a soft
copy of folder where I placethe
images that symbolizethe same or
similar feelings and emotions.
Every
morning,
daily
Camera or
smartphone,
any relevant
subject
Distractionsmay
emerge when pre-
occupied by
emotions.
 Make the activity a
routine every
morning to avoid any
distractions.
Social skills 2. Harmonious brainstorming.
Through various modalities,I will
promote brainstormingin every
endeavor to get the most creative
but attainableideas and opinions
as well have meet into consensus
with the group.
When
collaborative
activities
emerge
Personal
computer or
smartphone,
Internet
connectivity,
relevant
websites
Innate sense of
competition may
ariseduring
argumentation
towards results of
brainstorming
activity.
 Transformthis
competition into
inward competition
to be ableto perform
well in the process of
brainstorming;
 Inward competition
happens when an
individual competes
with one’s own
performance to
perform better in the
future.
Use of
intrapersonal
skills asbasisfor
collaborating
with others
through
interpersonal
skills
3. Positive self-talk. Upon
reflecting on my feeling every
morning, I will do a short self-talk
to consider all thepositivethings
that happened to me and all the
blessings thatI received.
Every
morning,
daily
None Distractionsmay
emerge when pre-
occupied by
emotions.
 Make the activity a
routine every
morning to avoid any
distractions.
Globalization
and
Multicultural
Literacy
Good Globalized ideas
and attitudes
1. Watching global news and
events. Through social and mass
media, I will watch global news and
events. This will add up to my
knowledge on current happenings
and events that arealso relevantin
the immediate community.
Every
evening,
daily
Television,
personal
computer or
smartphone,
Internet
connectivity
Distraction thatother
channels and
contents may pose
 Record or listdown
every time the
activity is undergone;
 Make the activity a
routine every
evening.
Learning
multiculturalism
2. Bubble of cultures. To uphold a
multicultural attitude,I will
respectfully do a bubble of cultures
where I write in the graphic
bubbles the new cultures that I
ascertained from other cultural
groups. These graphic bubbles are
prepared and printed in a my
multicultural notebook.
When
multicultural
instances
arise
Notebook and
pen with
bubble
graphics
When not at home,
the notebook might
be inaccessible
especially during
busy days.
 If bubble of cultures
in the notebook are
inaccessible,itwould
be better if the new
cultures learned will
be enlisted or
enumerated in the
smartphone put
things in handy state;
 But when at home,
the lists shall be
written in bubble
graphics of the
notebook;
 Have a specific
notebook for
multiculturalismto
make refrain the
tendency of
confusion and
ambiguity.
Sense of
glocalization
3. Going glocal! I will directly
process information thatare
globally published butare relevant
to the local setting.Moreover, I will
also do my best to patronize
markets and products that
promote glocalization.
When
needed
Depends on
the situation
or
circumstance
Tendency of
assimilation between
local and global
products and
information.
 Understand that
different cultures are
intricately connected
in a certain manner;
 One culture may
affect or influence
the other;
 Patronizelocal
products to make
them globally
competitive and
international
products that are
contextualized in the
local settingand
culture.
Learner’s Signature: CARLO O. CASUMPONG Reviewed/Approved by: CHUCHIE FERRANDO-YOG
TeacherI/Guro 21 Learner School Principal III
Personal Lifelong Learning Plan
PLLP Reflection
DIFFERENT EPOCHS, DIFFERENT EXPERIENCES
What I had in devising the PLLP
Think. Write. Experience. Review. Foresee.
I assert that writing my personal lifelong learning plan is a sound opportunity for me to trace
back my knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values related to the 21st century literacies and thereby plan
activities that will help me hone my level of competency in each of those literacies. Moreover, I believe
that such an experience is already an avenue for me to improve my skills in critical thinking and
creativity.
On the other hand, I concede that I devoted almost a week just thinking about SMART activities
plausible to the acquisition of desired literacies. It was a challenging feat considering that there are
limitations posed by the existing standard health protocol which I know I would not argue with. That’s
why, I constantly edited the contents of my file every single day. I always looked at the plausibility of
the activities, making sure that it is possible to conduct them in a self-directed way.
Moreover, there came to a point that I even asked those who are close to me regarding the
activities that I have devised in my plan. That’s where I ascertained an error in my inputs in the time
framework because I initially wrote specific and inclusive time and dates. Upon analyzing the very
purpose of the plan, I understood that it is a lifelong plan thus, there is no deadline and that, routines
should be created and followed, thereafter. Back in the Montessori, creating routine is paramount to
creating a lifelong behavior and attitude. Setting activities in a regular framework of time is also very
important in the process of normalization of an individual, which I believe is what I need.
However, my experiences made me realize the three periods of time in our lives. An individual
should be ahistory-learned person. Looking back at past experiences is agood way to liveat the present.
Without looking back then, it would be difficult to acquire learnings and utilize them as atool to improve
oneself.
In addition, an individual should also be present-focused. It is because overthinking about the
past and the future may cause a person to stumble down. Being blinded by the future will also restrict
a person from existing in the present, thus, may find the present adversities and conundrums as a giant
ready to devour.
Further, it is also note-worthy that an individual should be future-driven. Being focused on the
present is not a way to not be mindful of the future. Actions in the present will influence consequences
in the future, ergo, one’s actions in the present should be driven by aspirations, goals, and objectives.
Aside from these three periods in the annals of my existence, I also realized that collaborating
with others is significant to the success of any endeavor. I know that there is a constant gap between
the teachers and the school head but there should be times when both will enter each other’s bubbles.
Upon having my personal lifelong learning plan reviewed by my school head, I learned a lot of things
about life that are also typically important in leadership. The plan is present but there should be rooms
for improvement should future undertaking enjoin. A plan could undergo changes when formally
implemented. Despite this, it is still paramount to consider planning as significant to the attainment of
our aspirations, goals, and objectives as attitudinally evolving individuals.
In a nutshell, the personal lifelong learning plan helped me strategically think, write the
concepts drawn from thinking, experience the process, review the outputs, and foresee possible
outcomes.
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Personal Lifelong Learning Plan

  • 1. PERSONAL LIFELONG LEARNING PLAN Name and School: Carlo O. Casumpong-Mabini National High School Specialization/Subjects Handled: English and ScienceInvestigatory Project 21st Century Literacies (1) Level of Competency (2) Target KSAV (3) Self-Learning Activities (4) Time Framework (5) Support Resources Needed (6) Barriers/ Challenges (7) Solution/Action points (8) The Arts and Creativity Developing 1. Creative ways of problem- solvingin classes 1. Journalizing milestones and weak points. After every lesson,it would be better for me to take down notes of all thatwent well or the significantmilestones which could be used as exemplars in future lessons.Moreover, weak points should also bepointed out in order to avoid the same weak points in the future. At the end of daily classes Smartphone, pen, notebook Possibility of presence of many weak points than positivemilestones  Compare positive milestones with weak points;  Cite measurableand attainablesolutions for specific weak points;  Communicate the action points to person/s involved and concerned. 2. Creativity in the classroom 2. Modelling creativity from learners. Learners often become more creative than teachers due to their independent and curious attitude. It is a form of benchmarkingtheir creative ideas and activities in handlingtopics and situations by (1) noting and (2) selectingthem. After which,(3) applyingthe selected ideas and activities should bedone then (4) evaluatingwhat went well and what should be improved shall follow. Throughout asynchronou s and synchronous classes Smartphone Not enough time and opportunities to hone creativity  Set SMART (specific, measurable, attainable,results- oriented, timebound) goals atthe beginning of every glass;  Provideactivities that also enjoin learners to exemplify creativity;  Providepositive reinforcements and rewards,if necessary. 3. Infusion of arts in teaching, learningand assessment process 3. Storyboarding. In teaching both languageand literature in English, it is imperativeto injectcreative activities and a creativeclassroom. Storyboardingcould be infused in any of my lesson plan especially in the motivation part to activate the At the beginningof each languageor literary lesson Learning aids and resources The experiences of the learners may not be parallel to the storyboard utilized.  Apply contemporary ways to language experience approach;  Think of possible experiences of today’s generation before either
  • 2. languageand literary experiences of the learners.This would create connection among the learners, the lesson,the society,and me as their teacher. choosingor creatinga storyboard;  Ask learners first. Ecoliteracy Good 1. Skill and initiativein addressing problems related to pollution 1. Immersing in outside opportunities and activities. I would liketo expose myself and my learners to opportunities outsideof the classroom,takinga look at salientpoints in the environment and observe environmental issues that affect us.In the school,while preparingmyself to be ableto guide them in this endeavor, I may firstgo out and ascertain pollution- related problems in the immediate community and compare them with national and global data. Daily Smartphone The hustle and bustle in the environment might be overwhelming.  This is a good opportunity to chunk the challenges into specific concerns;  If it’s too overwhelming to take into account,choose one concern to note at a time;  Always think that there’s still a way to combat or address such challenges and concerns. 2. Personal Attitude towards essence of biodiversity 2. Watching ecological documentaries. Regularly watching life,earth, and ecosystem documentaries will providea more detailed understandingon the nature of organisms,how the behave in the ecosystem, and the intricateconnections among them that contribute to the humanity. Once every week Television, personal computer, Internet connectivity Distraction thatother channels and contents may pose  Self-disciplineand regulation area must;  Set a priority to ecological timewithin a specific period of time. 3. Reducing carbon footprint in relation to climatechange advocacy 3. Calculating carbon footprint. Usinga carbon footprintcalculator which is readily availableonline,I can determine the extent of my household’s carbon footprint emissions thatadd up to the global dilemma on climatechange. Monthly Smartphone, Internet connectivity, online resourceat https://www.c arbonfootprin t.com/calculat or.aspx Difficulty in attaining the necessary data for Carbon footprint calculation.  Listand regularly note data such as power bill,LPGuse, and firewood use at home.
  • 3. Cyberliteracy/ Digital Literacy (Information and ICT knowledge) Good Skillful useof computer 1. Researching Internet resources and YouTube tutorials. In order to skillfully adaptwith the information age, informal learning instances may be considered such as acquiringknowledge and skillsin the use of computer software through different Internet sources and YouTube videos. Once every week Personal computer or smartphone, Internet connectivity, relevant websites and YouTube channels Tendency of getting information from sources that arenot reliable  Carefully select websites upon seeking for relevant information;  Go away from open- forum sites and editablesearch answers. Normalizinguse of smartphone for information acquisition 2. Transferring of data and files to smartphone. From the computer, in order to access theinformation wherever I go, I may transfer the files thatI would need. This will gradually normalizemy use of smartphone as a medium to acquireinformation. Anytime, when needed Personal computer and smartphone Speed in transferring files may pose difficulty.  Choose different options upon transferringfiles depending on the file sizeand circumstance;  May use any among the following: Bluetooth, USB tethering, ShareIt, email,or Messenger upload. Attitude towards cyberliteracy and implications of computer use 3. Idle time from computers. It’ basically a formof rest from usinga computer or a smartphone, idle time is a self-instructional activity for me to gradually managemy screen time. In turn, itwould shape my attitude towards the implications of the use of computers. Daily,from 8:00 PM to 5:00 AM None Distraction from messages during offlinehours  Put the smartphone or personal computer in flightmode during offlinehours before eventually turning it off. Financial Literacy Developing Handling personal finances 1. Linking connections in financial picture. I need to undergo an understandingof the followingkey points in my financial picture,to wit:  Savings  Investing  Financial protection  Tax planning  Retirement planning Twice every week Smartphone, Internet connectivity, Google Keeps and Notes Need for comprehensive data may pose difficulties.  Don’t be constraintin writingdown the key points;  Allowrooms for improvement.
  • 4. Sense of entrepreneurshi p 2. Take from the rock. I will record entrepreneurial activities, experiences, and challenges of people whom I know are entrepreneurs. This activity may cover an interview with beginning, middle, and successful entrepreneurs. Once every week Smartphone, pen, notebook Constraints in time may emerge especially thatthe schedulefor interviewing entrepreneurs will be based on their convenient time.  Set SMART schedule to alleviatethe effects of time constraints;  If the scheduleis not conformed to, have alternative interviewees or participants. Knowledge in economics 3. Sage from varied resources. In order to acquireknowledge on economics,I will vary my research from economics resources such as books, magazines,business new websites, YouTube channels, LinkedIn and Facebook profiles and pages. Once every week Personal computer, smartphone, Internet connectivity, relevant websites and YouTube channels, relevant LinkedIn and Facebook pages Tendency of getting information from sources that arenot reliable  Carefully select websites upon seeking for relevant information;  Go away from open- forum sites and editablesearch answers. Media Literacy Strong 1. Evaluate information and its sources critically 1. Get, refute,affirm, confirm. This is a step-by-step activity thatallows me to acquirerelevantinformation from different sources and draw which one is the most valid and credible.  Get, is where I carefully retrieve information across multiplesources and platforms.  Refute, is where I attempt to refute the information,on my own atmy own pace.  Affirm, is where I assertthe facts and what I believe is true.  Confirm, is where I finally hold the sources and information as credibleand factual, respectively. When information evaluation happens Personal computer or smartphone, Internet connectivity, relevant websites Facts are typically irrefutableunless new findings from research come out.  If facts become irrefutable,there’s no need to refute;  When there’s no need to refute, information from several sources may be used to support the facts cited.
  • 5. 2. Create information 2. Validating information product. Research is already a norm in education. Through a predetermined series of validation, I may get to create information relevant to education and to the immediate stakeholders. When information validation is needed Personal computer or smartphone, Internet connectivity, relevant websites Time constraintmay arisein validating information.  Set a SMART schedule in processingand validating information;  Make the information validation process simple,as much as possible. 3. Communicate information 3. Social media utilization. To shareinformation is to savea person. I believe that social media is one of the accessibleplatforms where people get information from. In this learningactivity,I will scrutinizeinformation fromsocial media pages, selectthe most substantiveand sensibleones,then sharethem through my personal account. When information communicati on emerges Personal computer or smartphone, Internet connectivity, relevant websites, social media platforms Those who access the social media through free data allowance may experience limitations in retrieving information via videos,images, and graphics.  Text caption shall be incorporated along with videos,images, and graphics to aid those who use social media through free data allowance;  The text caption, itself,should be detailed to provide vastinformation enough to instill what should be instilled. Social/Emotio nal Literacy Good Emotional intelligence 1. A picture a day, my feeling today. Every morning, I will takea photo of an object or environment that I think symbolizes what I specifically feel.I will make a soft copy of folder where I placethe images that symbolizethe same or similar feelings and emotions. Every morning, daily Camera or smartphone, any relevant subject Distractionsmay emerge when pre- occupied by emotions.  Make the activity a routine every morning to avoid any distractions. Social skills 2. Harmonious brainstorming. Through various modalities,I will promote brainstormingin every endeavor to get the most creative but attainableideas and opinions as well have meet into consensus with the group. When collaborative activities emerge Personal computer or smartphone, Internet connectivity, relevant websites Innate sense of competition may ariseduring argumentation towards results of brainstorming activity.  Transformthis competition into inward competition to be ableto perform well in the process of brainstorming;  Inward competition happens when an individual competes with one’s own performance to
  • 6. perform better in the future. Use of intrapersonal skills asbasisfor collaborating with others through interpersonal skills 3. Positive self-talk. Upon reflecting on my feeling every morning, I will do a short self-talk to consider all thepositivethings that happened to me and all the blessings thatI received. Every morning, daily None Distractionsmay emerge when pre- occupied by emotions.  Make the activity a routine every morning to avoid any distractions. Globalization and Multicultural Literacy Good Globalized ideas and attitudes 1. Watching global news and events. Through social and mass media, I will watch global news and events. This will add up to my knowledge on current happenings and events that arealso relevantin the immediate community. Every evening, daily Television, personal computer or smartphone, Internet connectivity Distraction thatother channels and contents may pose  Record or listdown every time the activity is undergone;  Make the activity a routine every evening. Learning multiculturalism 2. Bubble of cultures. To uphold a multicultural attitude,I will respectfully do a bubble of cultures where I write in the graphic bubbles the new cultures that I ascertained from other cultural groups. These graphic bubbles are prepared and printed in a my multicultural notebook. When multicultural instances arise Notebook and pen with bubble graphics When not at home, the notebook might be inaccessible especially during busy days.  If bubble of cultures in the notebook are inaccessible,itwould be better if the new cultures learned will be enlisted or enumerated in the smartphone put things in handy state;  But when at home, the lists shall be written in bubble graphics of the notebook;  Have a specific notebook for multiculturalismto make refrain the
  • 7. tendency of confusion and ambiguity. Sense of glocalization 3. Going glocal! I will directly process information thatare globally published butare relevant to the local setting.Moreover, I will also do my best to patronize markets and products that promote glocalization. When needed Depends on the situation or circumstance Tendency of assimilation between local and global products and information.  Understand that different cultures are intricately connected in a certain manner;  One culture may affect or influence the other;  Patronizelocal products to make them globally competitive and international products that are contextualized in the local settingand culture. Learner’s Signature: CARLO O. CASUMPONG Reviewed/Approved by: CHUCHIE FERRANDO-YOG TeacherI/Guro 21 Learner School Principal III
  • 9. PLLP Reflection DIFFERENT EPOCHS, DIFFERENT EXPERIENCES What I had in devising the PLLP Think. Write. Experience. Review. Foresee. I assert that writing my personal lifelong learning plan is a sound opportunity for me to trace back my knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values related to the 21st century literacies and thereby plan activities that will help me hone my level of competency in each of those literacies. Moreover, I believe that such an experience is already an avenue for me to improve my skills in critical thinking and creativity. On the other hand, I concede that I devoted almost a week just thinking about SMART activities plausible to the acquisition of desired literacies. It was a challenging feat considering that there are limitations posed by the existing standard health protocol which I know I would not argue with. That’s why, I constantly edited the contents of my file every single day. I always looked at the plausibility of the activities, making sure that it is possible to conduct them in a self-directed way. Moreover, there came to a point that I even asked those who are close to me regarding the activities that I have devised in my plan. That’s where I ascertained an error in my inputs in the time framework because I initially wrote specific and inclusive time and dates. Upon analyzing the very purpose of the plan, I understood that it is a lifelong plan thus, there is no deadline and that, routines should be created and followed, thereafter. Back in the Montessori, creating routine is paramount to creating a lifelong behavior and attitude. Setting activities in a regular framework of time is also very important in the process of normalization of an individual, which I believe is what I need. However, my experiences made me realize the three periods of time in our lives. An individual should be ahistory-learned person. Looking back at past experiences is agood way to liveat the present. Without looking back then, it would be difficult to acquire learnings and utilize them as atool to improve oneself. In addition, an individual should also be present-focused. It is because overthinking about the past and the future may cause a person to stumble down. Being blinded by the future will also restrict
  • 10. a person from existing in the present, thus, may find the present adversities and conundrums as a giant ready to devour. Further, it is also note-worthy that an individual should be future-driven. Being focused on the present is not a way to not be mindful of the future. Actions in the present will influence consequences in the future, ergo, one’s actions in the present should be driven by aspirations, goals, and objectives. Aside from these three periods in the annals of my existence, I also realized that collaborating with others is significant to the success of any endeavor. I know that there is a constant gap between the teachers and the school head but there should be times when both will enter each other’s bubbles. Upon having my personal lifelong learning plan reviewed by my school head, I learned a lot of things about life that are also typically important in leadership. The plan is present but there should be rooms for improvement should future undertaking enjoin. A plan could undergo changes when formally implemented. Despite this, it is still paramount to consider planning as significant to the attainment of our aspirations, goals, and objectives as attitudinally evolving individuals. In a nutshell, the personal lifelong learning plan helped me strategically think, write the concepts drawn from thinking, experience the process, review the outputs, and foresee possible outcomes. #