“Matuwid na Pamamahala Tungo sa ARMM na Masagana’t Mapayapa”

Friday, January 31, 2014

Feature: Teaching is a mission

By Waisah Arsad, Lanao Sur II Division

The result of the NAT analysis done by the regional team was alarming. As Mr ACe Iya had posted week ago, only three schools in the entire region has reached mastery level. The post is alarming to everybody whose passion and dreams goes for quality advancement of our children. 

The post becomes a calling. If we want to see our people living a quality life, then we must plant the seed of tomorrow's good luck and nurture that seed so that we can harvest it for the days to come. We must prepare our tomorrow by engaging ourselves in today's success.

As an answer to that call we must embrace our teachers and empower them by making them see and realize the importance and the beauty of being a teacher. Teachers are advocates and can be likened to the work of Tableegh (Missionary work). Teachers must take pride in who they are because we build a society of peace, harmony and prosperity. 

As I have been saying, for me teaching is not only a profession, but it is a mission I must complete. A mission to touch the lives of our students and of my co-educators. And I can only say that my mission is complete if I have influenced others to respond to that call.

For some, they became teachers because they just want to be a teacher. For me, I choose to be a teacher because of this mission. If we choose to have a good life, then children inside the four corners of the classrooms should evolve as the change we seek in this world and for the future.

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

BEE and BSE review and plan for next school year

For the first time in DepEd-ARMM, the Bureau of Elementary Education (BEE) and the Bureau of Secondary Education (BSE) have come together to jointly review the current school year (SY 2013-14) and plan for the coming one (2014-15). The Program Implementation Review (PIR) and Planning Workshop (PW) started early this week (January 27, 2014) and will run up to February 2, 2014, in Davao City.

According to Regional Secretary Atty Jamar Kulayan in a memo to this effect, the PIR and PW aim to level off with national and regional programs and priorities; converge with program partners; review SY 2013-14 program implementation; share good practice and learning curves; provide a platform for BEE-BSE participatory and collaborative planning using the Appreciative Inquiry (AI) model; and reach consensus on SY 2014-15 priorities, nature of implementation and supervision, personnel tasking, reporting and documentation and resourcing.

DepEd-ARMM incoming Assistant Secretary for Programs Noor Saada processing the participants' inputs regarding their impressions after watching"The Finland Phenomenon" video.
(Photo courtesy of Ada Tubing)
Education Program Supervisor Saada Tubing, who is serving as the activity coordinator shared, for the past two days now, aside from the formal sessions, the participants were also immersed into best practices overseas, particularly Finland - "arguably having the best educational system in the world!" and Singapore - "leading educational system in Asia!". After video presentations, consistent with the AI model, participants identified the strengths and opportunities provided by these systems. 

This activity is also supported by the BEAM-ARMM Program under its Support to Improved Governance of Basic Education.

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

2013 Lanao Sur IA attested appointment from CSC received Jan 27, 2014


Lanao Sur IA reappointment for CSC attestation


News: ARMM gov't assures more classrooms by 2016

By John Unson (Philstar.com)

COTABATO CITY – The education department of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao is optimistic it can address the region's problem in the shortage of classrooms before the regional government is replaced with a new Bangsamoro political entity by 2016.

ARMM’s education secretary, Jamar Kulayan, said the department has built 1,110 learning centers in the region, which had 400 communities bereft of school buildings when Gov. Mujiv Hataman first assumed as an appointed regional caretaker in December of 2011.

“Now we’re evaluating the possibility of constructing more school buildings,” Kulayan said.

Kulayan said Hataman's administration is working hard to address the lack of classrooms in Maguindanao and Lanao del Sur, both in mainland Mindanao, and in the island provinces of Basilan, Sulu and Tawi-Tawi.

Hataman, who was elected regional governor of ARMM in May 2013, exercises ministerial control over the region’s health and public works department.

“Hopefully by early 2016, the issue on lack of classrooms is already addressed,” Kulayan said.

Kulayan said that about 700 of the 1,032 classrooms they have targeted to construct in 2012 have already been built as of this month, indicating a 60 percent project accomplishment rate.

Kulayan said a thousand classrooms are still undergoing rehabilitation, aside from the 500 more new classrooms that are being constructed in far-flung areas.

“The ARMM leadership wants these projects done before we turn over to the government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front the regional government as a prelude to its replacement by a new Bangsamoro political entity,” Kulayan pointed out.

2013 Maguindanao I appointment attested by CSC and received January 27, 2014




Sulu appointees with lacking requirements

1
PATHA M. ALPHA
TOR, PRC LICENSE, OATH OF OFFICE
2
EVELYN H. CHEE
PRC LICENSE, SALN
3
NURONNISA S. HAPIL-TIPLAHAN
SECPA ORIG, PRC LICENSE
4
MARSIDA I. LAKIBUL
SECPA ORIG
5
NURHAIDA K. MOHAMMAD
SALN, SECPA ORIG
6
MICHAEL Q. DINSUAT
TOR, SALN, SECPA ORIG
7
RAEZA H. SALI
PRC LICENSE, SECPA ORIG, SALN,
8
NURHINA I. ABDURASAD
TOR, SALN, SECPA ORIG
9
CARMELITA J. IKIRAN
SECPA ORIG, SALN
10
DARWINA S. HALIM
SALN, SECPA ORIG, PRCLICENSE
11
DOROTHY T. LIM
SECPA ORIG, SALN, PRC LICENSE
12
NURMIHAL D. ARADAIS
PRC LICENSE, TOR, MEDICAL CERT.,TOR, PRC LICENSE
13
NAPSA S. ASMAD
OATH OF OFFICE, SALN, SECPA ORIG, MEDICAL CERT., TOR, PRC LICENSE
14
ERWINA J. LAGAY
PRC LICENSE, SECPA ORIG, SALN
15
SITTI HAJA B. ASMAD
SALN, TOR, SECPA ORIG
16
ALNAZIR GAPAL
SALN, NBI, SECPA ORIG, MEDICAL CERT.
17
DELMAR A. ASJALI
NBI, SECPA ORIG, SALN, MEDCAL CERT.
18
ADELINA D. BARAL
NBI, SECPA ORIG, SALN, PRC LICENSE, TOR, OATH OF OFFICE, PDF
19
ADZHAR U. TANTALIE
NBI, SECPA ORIG, PDF,
20
FAISZAL S. HUSSIN
PRC LICENSE, SECPA ORIG
21
ADELAIDA M. AIYUB
NBI, SECPA ORIG, SALN,MEDICAL CERT.
22
SATRA-MUDJAD A. SIKAL
PRC LICENSE,
23
AL-SHIDA G. ESMAIL
SECPA ORIG

Tawi-Tawi apppointees with lacking requirements

1
JULAPAS K. ASAAD
SIGNATURE OF APPOINTEE, TOR, PRC LICENSE, OATH OF OFFICE, PDF,
2
PEPANG S. AKSA
SIGNATURE OF APPOINTEE, PRC LICENSE, MEDICAL CERT. OATH OF OFFICE, PDF, SALN, NBI, SECPA ORIG
3
REJILNAH S. REYES
SIGNATURE OF APPOINTEE, PRC LICENSE, MEDICAL CERT.OATH OF OFFICE, PDF, SALN, NBI, SECPA ORIG
4
DARWINA M. ISNANG
SIGNATURE OF APPOINTEE, PRC LICENSE, OATH OF OFFICE, SECPA ORIG, NBI, MEDICAL CERT.,SALN
5
FATIMA S. AMBEROL
SIGNATURE OF APPOINTEE, NBI, SECPA ORIG, SALN, PDF
6
NURKAINI P. ABDULMOIN
PRC LICENSE, OATH OF OFFICE, SIGNATURE OF APPOINTEE,
7
ABDULJAMIL P. SALI
PRC LICENSE, SALN, SECPA ORIG
8
RINA S. ABDULWAHID
PRC LICENSE, NBI, SECPA ORIG
9
MIQDAD B. MUYONG
SALN, SECPA ORIG
10
ZULAIKHA S. SUMBING
PRC LICENSE, PDF, SALN, SECPA ORIG
11
ISHMAEL L. CONCILLO
PRC LICENSE, SECPA ORIG, NBI, MEDICAL CERT.
12
AISHA A. MANUBAN
SEPA ORIG, PRC LICENSE, SALN
13
ELENA F. GUARINO
SEPA ORIG, PRC LICENSE, SALN
14
ALMAR L. MUSA
SEPA ORIG, PRC LICENSE, SALN,TOR, NBI, PDF, TIN #
15
RAHIMA S. BHUTTO
SEPA ORIG, PRC LICENSE,
16
RASHIDA J. DALUDDIN
SECPA ORIG
17
LILIBETH I. IBNOL
SECPA ORIG, SALN
18
FERLINA H. DEVERO
PRC LICENSE, SALN, NBI, SECPA ORIG, MEDICAL CERT.
19
ROSELDA T. SAMMAH
SECPA ORIG, PRC LICENSE, SALN,
20
LORNA T. JAMMA
SEPA ORIG, SALN
21
MHAMMADTAIB N. IDARUS
SECPA ORIG, SALN, PRC LICENSE
22
CHAMBERLAIN D. OLMEDO
PDS, SALN, PRC LICENSE, PDF, NBI, SECPA ORIG, MEDICAL CERT.
23
EMMY RAIDA A. ABDULLA
TOR, PRC LICENSE, MEDICAL CERT., OATH OF OFFICE, PDF, SALN, NBI, SECPA ORIG, TIN #
24
DERNALYN A. ABAIN
PRC LICENSE, MEDICAL CERT., OATH OF OFFICE, SALN, NBI, SECPA ORIG, TIN #
25
PEERLSHADEE A. HENDI
NBI, SECPA ORIG
26
NURAIDA N. ARABAIN
PRC LICENSE, TOR, OATH OF OFFICE, PDF, SALN, NBI SECPA ORIG
27
SHERMIN A. ARIDJAN
SECPA ORIG, PRC LICENSE,
28
AMINA T. IGASAN
OATH OF OFFICE, SECPA ORIG, SALN
29
NORMA M. ANTHAM
SECPA ORIG, SALN
30
MERAMOR A. SAPPAYANI
RANKING, SECPA ORIG, SALN
31
ARACIJA L. SALVADOR
SECPA ORIG,  SALN
32
TILLAH J. DAUP
SECPA ORIG
33
RAJIS S. ABDULWAHID
SECPA ORIG, SALN, PRC LICENSE, RANKING
34
MARTILINO D. MAHANDI
SECPA ORIG, SALN
35
HASSAN S. TAHILUDDIN
SECPA ORIG, PRC LICENSE, OATH OF OFFICE,
36
MANDRIZA I. BUDDAHIM
SECPA ORIG, SALN, PRC LICENSE
37
ELIZABETH D. HO
SECPA ORIG, SALN, TOR, OATH OF OFFICE
38
NURPHENIA S. JABARANA
SECPA ORIG, SALN, PRC LICENSE, TOR, OATH OF OFFICE
39
MAKDUM H. MARJUKIN
SECPA ORIG, SALN. PRC LICENSE,
40
ERLINDA A. ABDILLA
PRC LICENSE, SALN, PDF, NBI, SECPA ORIG
41
HJA.JUBAIRA M. GAYONG
PRC LICENSE, SECPA ORIG
42
MADARSA S. BUTUHASAN
SECPA ORIG, PRC LICENSE
43
WILLY P. KONG
PRC LICENSE, SECPA ORIG, SALN, TOR, NBI

"Matuwid na pamamahala tungo sa ARMM sa masagana't mapayapa"

English - "Good governance for a progressive and peaceful ARMM."

Sinama - "Hap pamarinta tudju ARMM na sambu maka salamat"

Bahasa Sug - "Dan mabuntul tudju pa ARMM masambu iban mahatul"

Meranaw - "Mathitu a kandatu sa ARMM ko katagompiya go kalilintad"