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Directions for Change: The K-12 Program. Josefina M. Tabudlong , Ph.D. College of Education, MSU-IIT. What is K-12 Program?. K-12 Program covers: K-6-4-2 Model 1 year Kindergarten 6 years of elementary education 4 years of Junior High School 2 years of Senior High School

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Directions for change the k 12 program

Directions for Change: The K-12 Program

Josefina M. Tabudlong, Ph.D.

College of Education, MSU-IIT

What is k 12 program
What is K-12 Program?

  • K-12 Program covers:

    K-6-4-2 Model

    1 year Kindergarten

    6 years of elementary education

    4 years of Junior High School

    2 years of Senior High School

    Source: DepEd

Why implement k 12 program
Why implement K-12 Program?

  • To provide sufficient time for mastery of concepts and skills, develop lifelong learners, and prepare graduates for tertiary education, middle-level skills development, employment, and entrepreneurship

    Source: DepEd

Goal of k 12 program
Goal of K-12 Program

  • The goal of the Enhanced K+12 Basic Education Program is to create a functional basic education system that will produce productive and responsible citizens equipped with the essential competencies and skills both life-long learning and employment.

Phased implementation
Phased Implementation

  • School Year Elementary Secondary

  • 2011-2012 Kinder

  • 2012-2013 Grade 1 Junior High School

    Grade 7

  • 2013-2014 Grade 2 Grade 8

  • 2014-2015 Grade 3 Grade 9

  • 2015-2016 Grade 4 Grade 10

  • 2016-2017 Grade 5 Senior HS - 11

  • 2017-2018 Grade 6 Senior HS - 12

Salient features
Salient Features

  • Strengthening Early Childhood Education (Universal Kindergarten)

  • Making the Curriculum Relevant to the Learners (Contextualization and Enhancement)

  • Ensuring Integrated and Seamless learning (Spiral Progression)

  • Building Proficiency through Language (Mother-Tongue Based Multilingual Education)

  • Gearing Up for the Future (Senior High School)

  • Nurturing the Holistically Filipino (College and Livelihood Readiness, 21st Century Skills)

    Source: DepEd

Career pathways for the secondary students in k 12 program
Career Pathways for the Secondary Students in K-12 Program

  • Career track based on aptitude, interests and school capacity

  • Core Curriculum: Humanities, Languages (English/Filipino), Math, Philosophy, Science, Social Sciences

  • Career Tracks: Business and Entrepreneurship, Humanities and Social Sciences, Science, Technology and Engineering, Sports, Technical-Vocational

  • Can include On-the Job Training, Exposure, Earn-While-You Learn, etc.

    Source: DepEd

National certification
National Certification

  • After Grade 10 (TVET Track)

    obtain Certificate of Competency (COC) or National Certification (NC) I

  • After Grade 12 (TVET Track)

    obtain National Certification (NC) II after competency assessment by TESDA

  • Certification ensures employability of graduates.

    Source: DepEd

Graduates of k 12 program
Graduates of K-12 Program

  • Holistically developed Filipinos equipped with 21st Century Skills:

  • Information, media and technology skills

  • Learning and innovation skills

  • Effective communication skills

  • Life and career skills

    Source: DepEd

Outcomes based teaching and learning
Outcomes-Based Teaching and Learning

  • Quality of teaching determines the learning outcomes of learners.

  • To enhance teaching and learning there must be alignment of:

    learning outcomes

    teaching strategies and learning activities

    assessment methods

  • Quality of teaching is evaluated by the quality of learning that takes place among the learners.

Secondary curriculum planning
Secondary Curriculum Planning

  • Spiral Progression- seamless learning

  • Principles of Organizing Content

    articulation of subject matter (avoid gaps, but no overlaps)

    balance (fair distribution of content to the allotted time)

    integration (relatedness of content, horizontal connections of content)

    sequence ( logical arrangement of contents)

    continuity (learners will apply concepts to continually learn)