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Saturday, July 27, 2013

Sulu Grade 2 teachers train on K to 12

A collage of activities during the K to 12 Training of Grade 2 teachers in Sulu. (Photo c/o Kerwin Asid)

Around 450 Grade 2 teachers from the division of Sulu attended the Regional Mass Training held last July 15-24, 2013 at the Notre Dame Review and Learning Center, Kasulutan Village, Jolo, Sulu. This is consonant with the full implementation of Grade 2 curriculum under the K to 12 Basic Education Program for the School Year 2013-2014.

Due to the massive number of Grade 2 teacher-participants, the training was divided into two batches. Batching is a training management tool to ensure an efficient and effective delivery of the of the training objectives. 

The first batch was held on July 15-19, 2013 with teachers from mainland districts of Jolo 1 to 4, Indanan North and South, Patikul East and West, Parang East and West,Talipao and Maimbung. 

The second batch was held on July 20-24, 2013, with participants came from island districts of  Pangutaran, Luuk, Omar, Tongkil, Siasi 1&2, Laminusa, Sibaud,Pata, Lugus, Tapul and Panamao. There were also participants from the local private schools.

The training highlighted the salient features of the  K to 12 Basic Education Program specifically on Grade 2 curriculum. "It is a must and necessary that our grade 2 teachers shall be equipped and competent enough with the basic skills and foundations of the grade 2 curriculum, thus, maximizing our wholehearted support relative to the full implementation of the K to 12 Basic Education Program for this school year and for the coming years onward. We must exert and double our efforts by sharing your expertise and knowledge to efficiently deliver the goods of K to 12 to our teachers", said Dr. Tim U. Arbison, Schools Division Superintendent of Sulu during the consultation meeting with the training facilitators before the conduct of the training.

Around 450 Grade 2 Teachers from the division of Sulu attended the Regional Mass Training held last July 15-24, 2013 at the Notre Dame Review and Learning Center, Kasulutan Village, Jolo, Sulu. This is in support to and in consonance with the full implementation of Grade 2 Curriculum under the K to 12 Basic Education Program for the School Year 2013-2014.

The training lasted for 10 days due to the massive number of participants and were divided into two batches to ensure an efficient and effective delivery of the of the training objectives. The first batch started from july 15-19, 2013  who came from the mainland district namely: JOLO 1- 4 Districts, Indanan North and South Districts, Patikul East and West Districts, Parang East and West Districts,Talipao District and Maimbung District. Afterwards, it was then followed by the second batch who came across from the island district on July 20-24, 2013: Pangutaran, Luuk, Omar, Tongkil, Siasi 1&2, Laminusa, Sibaud, Pata, Lugus, Tapul, Panamao District and some from private schools.

The training highlighted the salient features of the  K to 12 Basic Education Program specifically on Grade 2 curriculum. "It is a must and necessary that our grade 2 teachers shall be equipped and competent enoughed with the basic skills and foundations of the grade 2 curriculum, thus, maximizing our wholehearted support relative to the full implementation of the K to 12 Basic Education Program for this school year and for the coming years onwards. We must exert and double our efforts by sharing your expertise and knowledge to efficiently deliver the goods of K to 12 to our teachers", uttered by Dr. Tim U. Arbison, Schools Division Superintendent of Sulu during the consultation meeting with the training facilitators before the conduct of the training.

Despite of the fasting period, the training was successfully completed. Teachers displayed their enthusiasm and keenness to learn about the K to 12 curriculum, optimistic and fascinated by the different learning activities/experiences, and were able to unearth their multiple intelligences through exposure and maximum participation to group tasks, activities and presentation of outputs.

Assistant Secretary for Programs Atty Maisara Dandamun-Latiph expressed her appreciation to the trainers' pool for actively facilitating the training for ten (10) consecutive days. The members of the Sulu trainers' pool are: Dr. Joel A. Alamia, EPS-1 (Lead Trainor), Dr. Abdulnaser J. Adala, EPS-1, Jayton A. Jama, EPS-1, Jocelyn K. Sanchez, Totoh Habibun, Dist. Incharge, Kerwin C. Asid, ESP-1and Mirasol B. Dedoro, MT-1, TIC.

This training was graced by the K to 12 regional monitoring team. 

With this division training completed, DepEd-ARMM is no compliant with Grade 2 K to 12 training requirement. (Kerwin Asid/DepEd Sulu)

1 comment:

  1. What a remarkable event to the Indanan South District brought about by the Mass Training for Grades 2 Teachers on the full implementation of K to 12 Basic Education Curriculum wherein Kerwin C. Asid, Principal - I of Panglima Indanan Central School has not just served as one the learning facilitators rather played the vital role of putting it into an article which is reflected now in this DepED-ARMM Website in compliance with the request of Sir Asec Noor Saada.

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