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INSET 2016 for Firm Foundation School for Children

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Invited to speak to teachers during the INSET of Firm Foundation School for Children in Antipolo City.

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INSET 2016 for Firm Foundation School for Children

  1. 1. INSET 2016 for Teachers June 9, 2016 FIRM FOUNDATION SCHOOL
  2. 2. PRAYER Father God, we are gathered here to fulfill the commission you have entrusted to us. We humbly submit to Your feet of mercy and Your throne of wisdom our understanding of thing s and allow Your teachings and Word to light our paths. Teach us Your ways. Hold our thoughts and emotions in Your palms so that we live according to Your Word. Thank You for the morning of hope and beginnings. We entrust everything unto Your hands.
  3. 3. As teachers, we fulfill a divine appointment and are duty-bound to perform our best to serve our stakeholders. Statement of Purpose: June 9, 2016
  4. 4. H.S. Honor God with your profession. Serve your brethren with excellence. Statement of Purpose: June 9, 2016
  5. 5. Group 1 and 4 – I-CNN-Mo (Group Dynamics-Brainstorming/Reporting) Group 2 and 5 – Short-Cut (Mnemonic Device/Reporting) Group 3 – Circles and Squares (Graphic Organizers/Reporting)
  6. 6. Group 1 and 4 – I-CNN-Mo (Group Dynamics-Brainstorming/Reporting) Group 2 and 5 – Short-Cut (Mnemonic Device/Reporting) Group 3 – Circles and Squares (Graphic Organizers/Reporting)
  7. 7. - a supposition or proposed explanation - a person or thing that is the direct opposite of someone or something else - a statement or theory that is put forward as a premise to be maintained or proved. - the composition or combination of parts or elements so as to form a whole.
  8. 8. Why are we here? - To equip ourselves - To acquaint ourselves with our roles - To create goals and plans for SY 2016-2017
  9. 9. What are our roles in the school where we are teaching?
  10. 10. A teacher wears many hats… Communicator Facilitator of Learning an Evaluator Classroom Manager a Counselor a Disciplinarian a Mentor A Guidance Counselor Surrogate Parent
  11. 11. RESPONSIBILITY entails “answering” for what one has been called upon to do
  12. 12. ACCOUNTABILITY the acceptance of responsibility to fulfill a certain obligation or duty
  13. 13. STATED IN THE QUALIFICATIONS STANDARD (CSC 1995) 1.Teaches subjects such as Filipino, English, Science, Math, Aralin Panlipunan, Technology and Livelihood Education, MAPEH and Values Education 2.Enrolls students 3.Prepares effective lesson plans 4.Prepares visual aids and other devices for instruction
  14. 14. 5. Sees to it that the students in his/her class are provided with the necessary textbooks when available 6. Implements rules and regulations 7. Conducts guidance services for his/her advisory class 8. Evaluates students’ progress and provides various experiences for their continuous development
  15. 15. 9. Supervises curricular and co-curricular projects and activities of the students 10.Checks/records the attendance of the students 11.Keeps up-to-date anecdotal records of students 12.Keeps school records and prepares required reports
  16. 16. 13.Keeps parents informed on students’ progress 14.Attends and participates in in-service trainings and faculty meetings 15.Executes the administration of school policies designed for the welfare of students 16.Maintains membership in professional organizations
  17. 17. 17.Works with other school personnel, parents, and the community for the total development of the students 18.Participates in the socio-economic development projects in the community 19.Coordinates and cooperates with other teachers in school projects or activities 20.Safeguard school facilities and equipment 21.Does other related work
  18. 18. What do we know about the K-12 curriculum?
  19. 19. STANDARDS National Standards Learning Area Standard Stage Area Standard Grade Level Standard Content Standard Performance Standard
  20. 20. STANDARDS Content Standard Performance Standard Big NOUNS Big VERBS
  21. 21. STANDARDS Content Standard Performance Standard Big NOUNS Big VERBS Knowing Understanding Doing LEARNING COMPETENCIES
  22. 22. STANDARDS Content Standard Performance Standard LEARNING COMPETENCIES Have you checked the BOOK or reference books that you will use? Are the learning objectives ALIGNED with the LC’s in the CG?
  23. 23. STANDARDS Content Standard Performance Standard LEARNING COMPETENCIES Learning Goals *Knowledge *Understanding *Process/Product
  24. 24. STANDARDS Content Standard Performance Standard LEARNING COMPETENCIES Learning Goals *Knowledge *Understanding *Process/Product The question is, Are the BOOKS you are using ALIGNED with the LC’s in the CG?
  25. 25. STANDARDS Content Standard Performance Standard ASSESSMENTS 1. Formative Assessments 2. Summative Assessments D.O. 8, s. 2015 D.O. 36, s. 2016 D.O. 74, s. 2012 D.O. 92, s. 2009 LEARNING COMPETENCIES
  26. 26. Let us reflect… The CG has the STANDARDS. It is pertinent that our school will use the standards as per R.A. 10533. We can enhance the standards, but NOT deviate from them.
  27. 27. What preparations have we made as response to the challenges of the K-12 Curriculum?
  28. 28. What factors make their – OUR PUPILS’ AND STUDENTS’ education a SUCCESS?
  29. 29. Plan ahead. Review the CG. Anticipate successful outcomes. Yearn for more training.
  30. 30. Know and do the demands of the CG. Necessitate yourself to collaborate with fellows. Embark on a journey less traveled, EXCELLENCE. Engage your learners. Lead and inspire your class to perform their best.

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