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Materials, Facilities, and Equipment (DepEd Order No. 21, s. 2019 – Policy Guidelines on the K to 12 Basic Education Program)
- Text-based and non-text-based learning resources suitable to the needs of learners are aligned with the curriculum, addressing the learning competencies found in the curriculum guides. Each learning resource is tagged with its corresponding competency codes. These materials are provided to all learners and teachers for the enhancement of the learning and teaching process.
- Text-based learning resources include textbooks (TX), teacher’s manuals (TM), learner’s materials (LM), teacher’s guides (TG), readers, and worksheets undergo a rigorous screening and evaluation process prior to their publication and/or distibution. These learning resources are also transcribed into Braille. Learning resources for subjects taught in the mother tongue are contextualized in the regions and divisions. Modules and Basic Literacy Learning Materials (BLLMs) were developed for ALS learners based on the enhanced ALS curriculum, while materials were also created for Madrasah Education. The Learning Resource Management and Development System (LRMDS) has been developed to provide an arrangement for assessing, acquiring, adapting, developing, producing and distributing quality learning and teaching resource materials for students and teachers. Itis supported by the collaborative work among the central and regional, division, and school personnel on ways of improving access to quality instructional and learning materials. A database of the curriculum guides and digital copies of these learning resources tagged with their respective competency codes are made available and free to use at the Learning Resource (LR) portal (lrmds.deped.gov.ph). Tagged print resources include Learner’s Materials, Teacher’s Guides and ALS materials which have been previously distributed to schools but are still relevant for specific learning competencies.
- Due to the diversity and number of Senior High School subjects, learning resources are classified into five “course packs”, each with specific learning resources. A reader is recommended for topics that can stand alone such as Humanities subject, complemented with a teacher’s guide, while a manual is for skills building and procedural topics, as seen in TVL subjects. Activities can be included in these materials or a separate activity workbook may be recommended for subjects in the arts. Proposals for the development and use of videos presenting procedures and lectures are also made for highly technical subjects in the sciences and TVL, and specialized subjects in the arts and sports track to aid both learners and teachers in deepening their understanding of the topics.
- The non-text-based learning resources are the tools and equipment for science, math, and technical-vocational-livelihood (TVL) classes. Their technical specifications have been identified and placed in the Tools and Equipment Database and uploaded in the LR portal. Non-text learning resources have been tagged with competencies using the learning competency code. These can be found in the curriculum guides uploaded in the website.
Development of Learning Resources
Aligned with the principles of an inclusive and contextualized curriculum is the development of contextualized learning resources which is stipulated in RA 10533. Both contextualized teaching and learning materials shall be developed and produced at the field offices based on standards set by the Bureau of Learning Resources. These will complement the instructional materials provided by the Department and external partners/stakeholders
Learning resources (text and non-text based) shall be utilized to engage learners in active participation and interaction using different contexts that promote real life application. The diversities of learners’ abilities, knowledge, learning styles, study habits, interests, motivation, multiple intelligences and other circumstances must be considered in the preparation, development, and delivery of contextualized learning materials and activities. As mentioned in the K to 12 Policy, some of these learning resources are also transcribed into Braille and adapted in other ways (e.g. like having a sign language interpreter in class) to ensure that all learners have access to these materials).
Quality assurance processes shall ensure that learning resources produced are free from any discriminatory content, are appropriate to diverse learners, and are sensitive to social and cultural contexts.
The community as a learning resource shall also be developed and maximized.
The Learning Resource Portal as a repository of learning and teaching resources shall be utilized and maximized.
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