In our ongoing commitment to assist teachers in adapting the lessons based on students’ responses and needs, ensuring that the learning experience remains dynamic and responsive to the class’s progress, we are delighted to share our collection of DepEd educational resources including these Week 4 – Quarter 3 Daily Lesson Log | February 19 – 23, 2024 DLL. These materials aim to offer students a transparent comprehension of expectations, seamlessly incorporate goals throughout the curriculum and encourage daily participation in literacy activities and academic engagement.
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A new bill has been introduced in Congress aimed at providing workers with three days of paid leave for parental involvement in their children’s school events including graduations, recognition days and other significant celebrations. House Bill 9845, filed by Batangas Fourth District Representative Lianda Bolilia, proposes the “School Visitation Rights Act,” which aims to enhance parental involvement in important school events such as graduations, recognition days and other celebrations... Read More …
An official from the Department of Education (DepEd) announces encouraging feedback from students and teachers regarding the ongoing pilot testing of the new K-10 (Matatag) curriculum. This initiative aims to streamline and “decongest” the current curriculum, making instruction delivery easier for educators. Salustiano Jimenez, Director of DepEd Central Visayas (DepEd 7) highlights the favorable response from teachers who find it more manageable to deliver instructions due to the revisions. Jimenez emphasizes that this alignment with international standards ensures a more standardized curriculum... Read More …
The Philippines faces renewed scrutiny over the state of its education system as it once again falls below the global average in the latest Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) results. The report, released recently has stirred concerns among policymakers, educators and the public alike regarding the effectiveness of the country’s educational strategies. The 2022 PISA rankings which evaluate the reading, mathematics and science skills of 15-year-old students placed the Philippines at 77th out of 81 participating countries and economies. With average scores of 355 in mathematics, 347 in reading and 373 in science, the country significantly lags behind the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) average of 472, 476 and 485, respectively… Read More …
Week 4 – Quarter 3 Daily Lesson Log |
February 19 – 23, 2024 DLL
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