Guidelines on the Implementation of the Joint Delivery Voucher Program

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Guidelines on the Implementation of the Joint Delivery Voucher Program for Senior High School Technical-Vocational-Livelihood Specializations for School Year 2017-2018




1. Pursuant to pertinent provisions of
Republic Act No. 10533 otherwise known as the Enhanced Basic Education Act of 2013 and Republic Act 10924 or the General Appropriations Act (GAA) for Fiscal Year 2017, the Department of Education hereby issues the enclosed Guidelines on the Implementation of the Joint Delivery Voucher Program for Senior High School Technical-Vocational-Livelihood Specializations (JDVP-TVL) for School Year (SY) 2017-2018. 

2. These guidelines shall be effective immediately, and shall remain in force and effect for the duration of the Program for SY 2017-2018. 

3. Queries pertinent to the guidelines shall be addressed to the Bureau of Curriculum Development, attention: Jocelyn DR Andaya, Director IV, through email at bcd.od@deped.gov.ph. 

Immediate dissemination of and strict compliance with this Order is directed.

Philippine Professional Standard for Teachers

January 16, 2018 – Recognizing the importance of professionalizing standards for teachers and for their continuous development, the Department of Education (DepEd), through the Teacher Education Council (TEC), adopted the Philippine Professional Standards for Teachers (PPST).

In DepEd Order No. 42, series 2017 or the National Adoption and Implementation of the Philippine Professional Standards for Teachers, Education Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones stated that the new set of standards for teachers is propelled by the introduction of national and international frameworks, such as the K to 12 program and ASEAN integration.

The PPST outlines the required skills and competencies of quality teachers, enabling them to cope with the emerging global frameworks.

The PPST basically aims to: 1) set the clear expectations of teachers along well-defined career stages of professional development from beginning to distinguished practice; 2) engage teachers to actively embrace a continuing effort in attaining proficiency; and 3) apply a uniform measure to assess teacher performance, identify needs, and provide support for professional development.

Briones pointed out that the PPST will be the basis for all learning and development programs for teachers to ensure that they are properly equipped to effectively implement the K to 12.

Teacher quality for the 21st century
The PPST targets to produce better teachers in the country by improving their qualifications skills and by increasing their levels of knowledge, practice and professional engagement.

The six modules of the PPST are the following:


  • 1) The Department of Education; 
  • 2) The Filipino Teacher; 
  • 3) The K to 12 curriculum; 
  • 4) The Teaching Process; 
  • 5) the Learning Process; and 
  • 6) The School and Community Linkages.  


These are all anchored on the seven domains that quality teachers should exhibit including:


  1. 1) Content Knowledge and Pedagogy;
  2.  2) Learning Environment; 
  3. 3) Diversity of learners;
  4.  4) Curriculum and Planning; 
  5. 5) Assessment and Reporting; 
  6. 6) Community Linkages and Professional Engagement; and 
  7. 7) Personal Growth and Professional Development.


Career stages
Anchored on the principle of lifelong learning, the set of professional standards for teachers articulates their developmental progression.

Career Stage 1 or Beginning Teachers have gained the qualifications for entry into teaching position; Career Stage 2 or Proficient Teachers are professionally independent in the application of skills vital to the teaching and learning process; Career Stage 3 or Highly Proficient Teachers consistently display a high level of performance in their teaching practice; and Career Stage 4 or Distinguished Teachers exhibit the highest standard of teaching practice in accordance to global best practice.

The regional offices are set to orient their respective schools divisions on the PPST, including the monitoring and evaluation of its implementation. The school divisions will cascade it to schools districts and schools.

2017 PPST activities 
DepEd, through the Teacher Education Council (TEC) headed by Director Runvi Manguerra, has initiated the PPST workshops on Module Development, Enhancement and Validation attended by curriculum specialists, school heads, and other stakeholders. A workshop on the Development of Implementing Guidelines for PPST was also conducted in coordination with the Research Center for Teacher Quality (RCTQ), and attended by DepEd Regional Directors and officers of Basic Education Sector Transformation (BEST) program.

TEC also spearheaded the PPST National Roll-Out, as well as the Teacher Induction Program (TIP) National Orientation of Trainers in three clusters – Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao, which was participated by DepEd Directors, Schools Division Superintendents, chiefs, district supervisors, principals, education program specialists, master teachers, and RCTQ officials. This was followed by TIP module review workshops and module pre-finalization workshops.

The concept of the PPST was first introduced during the First National Assembly of Education Leaders held at PICC, Pasay City, and attended by 3,800 education managers nationwide. It was formally launched during the World Teachers’ Day (WTD) celebration held in Legazpi City that was attended by 6,000 teachers across the country.

Policy Guidelines on Daily Lesson Preparation for the K to 12 Basic Education Program

1. In line with the implementation of Republic Act (RA) No. 10533 or the Enhanced Basic Education Act of 2013, the Department of Education (DepEd) issues the enclosed Policy Guidelines on Daily Lesson Preparation for the K to 12 Basic Education Program.

2. Planning lessons is fundamental to ensuring the delivery of teaching and learning in schools. These guidelines aim to support teachers in organizing and managing their classes and lessons effectively and efficiently and ensure the achievement of learning outcomes.

3. Furthermore, these guidelines affirm the role of the K to 12 teacher as a facilitator of learning. Preparing for lessons through the Daily Lesson Log (DLL) or Detailed Lesson Plan (DLP) and provides teachers with an opportunity for reflection on what learners need to learn, how learners learn, and how best to facilitate the learning process. These guidelines also aim to empower teachers to carry out quality instruction that recognizes the diversity of learners inside the classroom, is committed to learners’ success, allows the use of varied instructional and formative assessment strategies including the use of information and communications technologies (ICTs), and enables the teacher to guide, mentor, and support learners in developing and assessing their learning across the curriculum.

4. These guidelines will remain in force and in effect unless sooner repealed, amended, or rescinded. All issuances inconsistent with this Order are hereby rescinded.

5. Immediate dissemination of and strict compliance with this Order is directed.

24th SUMMER INSTITUTE IN THE NATURAL SCIENCES AND MATHEMATICS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES BAGUIO COLLEGE OF SCIENCE



Advisory No. 021, s. 2018 January 23, 2018 In compliance with DepEd Order (DO) No. 8, s. 2013 this advisory is issued not for endorsement per DO 28, s. 2001,

24th SUMMER INSTITUTE IN THE NATURAL SCIENCES AND MATHEMATICS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES BAGUIO COLLEGE OF SCIENCE



The University of the Philippines (UP) Baguio College of Science will conduct the 24th Summer Institute in the Natural Sciences and Mathematics (SINSM) with the theme

Gearing Towards Effective Teaching and Research Methods from April 26 to 28, 2018 at the UP Baguio Campus, Baguio City.

 The SINSM is an annual extension service of the College of Science, which aims to train and update secondary and tertiary education teachers on the latest developments in theory, applications, and pedagogy in the fields of natural science and mathematics through the conduct of lectures and seminar-workshops.

The target participants are teachers at the secondary and tertiary levels in the country.

For more information, contact:
Mr. Richmond Q. Batulan
Chairperson, SINSM 2018 Committee College of Science University of the Philippines Baguio Gov. Pack Road, Baguio City Telephone No.: (074) 444-3128 Fax No.: (074) 442-7231 Email Address: sinsm.upbaguio@up.edu.ph Website: www.upb.edu.ph

2018 EXTRAMURAL TRAINING SEMINAR FOR SOCIAL SCIENCE TEACHERS BY THE UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES COLLEGE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND PHILOSOPHY

Advisory No. 020, s. 2018
January 22, 2018 In compliance with DepEd Order (DO) No. 8, s. 2013
this advisory is issued not for endorsement per DO 28, s. 2001,
but only for the information of DepEd officials, personnel/staff, as well as the concerned public.



 2018 EXTRAMURAL TRAINING SEMINAR FOR SOCIAL SCIENCE TEACHERS BY THE UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES COLLEGE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND PHILOSOPHY

 The University of the Philippines College of Social Sciences and Philosophy (CSSP) will conduct the 2018 Extramural Training Seminar for Social Science Teachers from April 28 to 30, 2018 in Baguio City.

 The training seminar aims to:

1. contribute to strengthening the capabilities of those handling courses in the social sciences and philosophy in the K to 12 Program and General Education program at the tertiary level, and

 2. equip the participants with a more thorough knowledge on the various research methods employed in the disciplines within the domain of the social sciences and philosophy.

 The target participants are Social Science teachers in secondary and tertiary educational institutions in the country.

 For more information, contact: College of Social Sciences and Philosophy (CSSP) University of the Philippines (UP) Room 2134, Palma Hall Diliman, Quezon City Phone No.: (02) 981-8500 loc. 2434 Email Address: oadrp@kssp.upd.edu.ph

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NATIONAL SEMINAR-WORKSHOPS OF CENTER FOR THE PROFESSIONAL ADVANCEMENT OF EDUCATORS

NATIONAL SEMINAR-WORKSHOPS OF CENTER FOR THE PROFESSIONAL ADVANCEMENT OF EDUCATORS (APRIL-JULY 2017)

The Center for the Professional Advancement of Educators (CPAE) will conduct its National Seminar-Workshops on the following dates and respective venues with the corresponding objectives:

http://www.deped.gov.ph/sites/default/files/advisory/2017/DA_s2017_047.pdf

2017 INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR-WORKSHOP IN SCHOOL LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT OF THE SAINT LOUIS

Advisory No. 66, s. 2017
March 28, 2017
 In compliance with DepEd Order (DO) No. 8, s. 2013
this advisory is issued not for endorsement per DO 28, s. 2001, but only for the information of DepEd officials, personnel/staff, as well as the concerned public.

 2017 INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR-WORKSHOP IN SCHOOL LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT OF THE SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY

The Saint Louis University (SLU) will conduct the 2017 International SeminarWorkshop in School Leadership and Management with the theme The Role of School Leadership and Management in Providing Meaningful Learning Experience from May 10 to 14, 2017 at Old Chapel, Silang Building, SLU, Bonifacio Street, Baguio City.

 The Seminar-Workshop aims to:

 1. update the participants on the trends in school leadership and management;
 2. discuss to them the inputs on how to improve a meaningful learning experience through effective and efficient school leadership and management;
 3. present and share with them action researches about school leadership and management conducted by teachers and school heads (SHs); and
 4. share with them best practices about school leadership and management by interested participants.
The target participants are master teachers, head teachers, SHs, supervisors, college deans, instructors, and aspiring principals from both public and private schools.


 More information may be inquired from: Joselito Castro Gutierrez MAED Faculty Development Coordinator School of Teacher Education and Liberal Arts Saint Louis University (SLU) A. Bonifacio Street, Baguio City Email Address: jo_guro_ako@yahoo.com

Freedom of Information Manual and Implementing Details


Pursuant to Executive Order (EO) No. 2 dated July 23, 2016 entitled Operationalizing in the Executive Branch the People’s Constitutional Right to Information and the State Policies of Full Public Disclosure and Transparency in the Public Service and Providing Guidelines Therefor, this Department issues the enclosed Department of Education People’s Freedom of Information (FOI) Manual and Implementing Details, which shall be known as Department of Education People’s FOI Manual of 2016, together with EO 2.

This Order shall take effect immediately upon publication online at www.deped.gov.ph.
Immediate dissemination of and compliance with this Order is directed.

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DepEd Order for Electronic Class Record orm 137 for Senior HS

Provision of the DepEd Electronic Class Record and Form 137 for Senior High School



The Department of Education (DepEd) issues the Electronic Class Record (ECR) and Form 137 for Senior High School (SHS), which are tools to manage and organize the learner’s academic records. The ECR was designed to help subject teachers compute the grades of SHS learners per quarter and semester while the Form 137 contains the historical academic and co-curricular records of learners in SHS.

To ensure ease of use and lessen technical difficulties, the ECR and Form 137 were created using a basic spreadsheet file. SHS teachers can download it for free from the DepEd official website: www.deped.gov.ph/resources/downloads and from the Learner Information System (LIS) website: www.lis.deped.gov.ph/help.

For questions and clarifications related to spreadsheet management using the customized format and formula for these electronic forms, SHS teachers may approach the Division Information Technology Officer or their designated Information Communications Technology (ICT) Coordinator.  Both are expected to extend technical assistance, promote the use of the ECR for SHS, and guide schools in navigating the electronic copy of the Form 137 for SHS.

DepEd cautions teachers from individuals or groups who will try to sell electronic or print copies of these tools. Teachers may report such incident to the Bureau of Human Resource and Organizational Development–School Effectiveness Division (BHROD–SED) at bhrod.sed@deped.gov.ph or at telephone no. (02) 633-5397.

All concerned may contact the same office for feedback and suggestions on how to make the ECR and Form 137 better.
Immediate dissemination of and strict compliance with  this Order is directed.

Here's what you should know about the Senior High School Voucher Program




Ask ko po kung nakapag remit na po kayo sa mga school for SHS-VP 2016? Nauna po kami nagenroll late po ung voucher Hindi p sila nagrerefund dahil wala p daw bayad ang government. Salamat
DepEd Philippines Patuloy po ang pagproseso ng DepEd sa mga bayarin nito kaugnay ng SHS Voucher Program. Maaari pong makipagugnayan ang eskwelahan sa kanilang Division Office upang malaman ang kanilang status.
Cristine Dela Torre okay lang po ba kung Latest ITR lang ang sinend ko plus the 2x2 ID picture ko? O need rin po ng certificate of employment? And kung kulang po yung requirements, okay lang po ba na isend yung kulang basta hindi lalagpas ng deadline? thank you po.
DepEd Philippines Kailangan pa rin po. If online application, maaring nyo pong unti-untiin ang pag-submit basta hindi po lalagpas ng deadline.
Basang G. MJ Yong anak ko hindi nakasali sa VAs, kasalukuyan siyang grade 11 ngayon graduate sya sa isang pribadong school at none ESC rin.
Sino ba ang dapat mag- apply parents po ba o yung school kung saan sya nagtapos?
DepEd Philippines Kung kasalukuyan na pong syang Grade 11 this school year, hindi na po sya eligible to apply sa kadahilan pong ito po ay para sa mga incoming Grade 11 students lamang.
Aimu Joy Esmena Deped,hanggang ngaun wala pa din yung voucher ng anak ko,matatapos na ang unang taon wala pa din...hanggang ngayon nagbabayad pa din kami...kala ko ba maleless eh buong taon mababayaran na...sana ndi nyo na lang inaprubahan yan...pakiaksyunan naman...
DepEd Philippines Patuloy po ang pagproseso ng DepEd sa mga bayarin nito kaugnay ng SHS Voucher Program. Maaari pong makipagugnayan ang eskwelahan sa kanilang Division Office upang malaman ang kanilang status.
Cleofe Barroga Cariño Good day po hanggang ngaun wala pa din ung refund ng in cash namin na tuition fee anak ko po sa my ilocos norte po divine word college laoag po k11 po anak ko
DepEd Philippines Patuloy po ang pagproseso ng DepEd sa mga bayarin nito kaugnay ng SHS Voucher Program. Maaari pong makipagugnayan ang eskwelahan sa kanilang Division Office upang malaman ang kanilang status.
Zeth-Grace Paas Argañosa Bakit po gang ngayon ndi magamitng voucher dahil ndi pa makabayad ang deped dapat po siguro ilapit na ito sa nakakataas na office.. kahit mkipag ugnayan sa department ng deped wala rin sila nagagawa.same reason padn bnbgay.akala pa nman nmen makakatulong ito ndi rin pla..
DepEd Philippines Patuloy po ang pagproseso ng DepEd sa mga bayarin nito kaugnay ng SHS Voucher Program. Maaari pong makipagugnayan ang eskwelahan sa kanilang Division Office upang malaman ang kanilang status.
Catarina Valente Ayroso DepEd....from ust senior high po kmi wala p allocation ang UST SHS till now hindi namin nagamit ngaun gr 11 ang sbi nyo grades 11- 12 dapat magamit ng bata paki aksyon naman
DepEd Philippines Patuloy po ang pagproseso ng DepEd sa mga bayarin nito kaugnay ng SHS Voucher Program. Maaari pong makipagugnayan ang eskwelahan sa kanilang Division Office upang malaman ang kanilang status.