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Republika ng Pilipinas

Kagawaran ng Edukasyon
Rehiyon XI
Sangay ng Lungsod ng Dabaw
Lungsod ng Dabaw
Sta. Ana District
Paaralang Elementarya ng Manuel L. Quezon
May 16, 2015
HELEN D. PAGUICAN, CESO V
Schools Division Superintendent
Division of Davao City
THRU: Channel
MADAM:
Greetings!
Manuel L. Quezon Elementary School will be holding a 3-day School-Based
Training on Seminar Workshop on K to 12 Teaching and Learning on June 6, 13, and 20,
2014 at Manuel L. Quezon Elementary School Social Hall with the following reasons:
1. As the country implements the K to 12 BEC under RA 10533
envisioning to produce 21st Century Learners, it is but important to
suffice the institution with 21st Century Teachers as well..
2. To attain this, teachers must equip themselves with the necessary
skills, attitude and perception on the K to 12 Program especially that
the DepEd Order 8, s. 2015 has been released last April 1, 2015..
Hence, we would like to ask permission for the approval of this
activity and three (3) day service credit to those who will attend.
Enclosed is the training design and matrix of activities for your
references.

Respectfully yours,

WEDZMER B. MUNJILUL
NOTED:
Mathematics (NTOT)

BERNARDO L. PAARES
School Head

G4 Trainer in

Republika ng Pilipinas
Kagawaran ng Edukasyon
Rehiyon XI
Sangay ng Lungsod ng Dabaw
Lungsod ng Dabaw
Sta. Ana District
Paaralang Elementarya ng Manuel L. Quezon
SEMINAR WORKSHOP ON K TO 12 TEACHING AND LEARNING
I.

Rationale
With the current innovation on our Basic Education
Curriculum, as mandated by our Department, we have started
offering the K-12 Curriculum starting SY 2011-2012. We had the
mandatory kindergarten and currently is offering of Grade 4
integration of the said curriculum.
With this the Manuel L. Quezon Elementary School being an
urbanized school under the Davao City Division needs 21 st
Century Teachers skilled with the skills, attitude and perception in
order to produce 21st century learners..
Thus, being one of the regional representatives who attended
the National Training of Trainers on Grade 4 Science and
Mathematics Teaching on the K to 12 Basic Education Curriculum
last April 19 25, 2015, we would like to extend the necessary
competencies on that training to our school on all levels. These
skills are necessary to make their teaching more effective
especially after the release of DepEd Order #8, s. 2015. These
teachers need to be well-informed with all these updates and I
would also like to extend my assistance to our institution being
the Davao City Division Representative on the Consultative
Meeting on the Creation of the E-Class Record that will be
adopted nationwide.

II.

Objectives:
Acquire and enhance teaching skills, attitude and perception
on K to 12 Teaching and Learning and update teachers on the DO
8, 2015 mandate.
Mechanics of the Training/Workshop
The teachers will be trained on K to 12 Assessment and
Grading System. This is to be handled by Wedzmer B. Munjilul,
Teacher II - Division Trainer for G4-MTOT and participant on the EClass Record creation under DO8, 2015. The venue is at Manuel
L. Quezon Social Hall, D. Ponce St. Davao City.

III.

Training Matrix.

MICROSOFT OFFICE: WORD, EXCEL, POWERPOINT TRAINING MATRIX


TIME

DAY 1

8:00 8:30

Registration

8:30 8:45

Opening Program

8:45 9:45

Introduction to Microsoft
Office Applications and
Purposes.

9:45 10:00
10:00 12:00

The Microsoft Office Word


2007/2010/2013
Environment
Working with Text,
Pictures, & Objects

3:00 3:15
3:15 5:00

DAY 3
PRELIMINARIES

Output Making
(Creating an Assessment
tool/Test Questioner)

The Microsoft Office


PowerPoint
2007/2010/2013
Environment

MORNING BREAK

12:00 1:00
1:00 3:00

DAY 2

Output Making
(Creating a Visual Aid
Material for their
respective grade level)

The Microsoft Office Excel


2007/2010/2013
Environment
LUNCH BREAK

Working with Slides,


Animations, Videos and
Presentation templates

Working with Data


Output Making
Presentation,
(Lesson Presentation with
Mathematical Syntax and
Video Slides)
Features
AFTERNOON BREAK
Output Making
(Constructing a K-12 Excel
Grading System)

Presentation of Outputs
/ Closing Program

IV.

Expected Outputs
After the training the participants are expected to have the
following:
1. Printed documents like: Sample Test Questioners,
Grading Sheets and PowerPoint Lesson Presentation.
2. Soft copy of their outputs:
Persons Involved Trainer, Principal/School Head
Materials - Computers, Laptops, LCD Projectors
Resources: School MOOE

V.

Evaluation:
At the end of the training an evaluation sheet is given to
participants to get their view on the training itself. How effective
and useful is the training to their daily activity as teachers. The
following is taken from the Division M&E.

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END OF THE ICT TRAINING EVALUATION


VENUE: _________________
Dear Sir/Maam,
We would like to take a few more minutes of your time to ask about your
perception of the conduct of training program. Specifically, the purpose of this
questionnaire is to gather feedback and suggestions for the improvement of
various aspects of the workshop.
Name: _________________________________________
Position: _______________________________________
Service: ________

Date: ___________
Gender: _________Years in

Using a 4 Point Scale, Please tick ( ) the scale that best describes your
perception of the quality of the corresponding workshop components.
4 = Very Satisfactory 3 = Satisfactory
2 = Needs Improvement
1
= Poor
A. Training Design
RATING
4
3
2
Attainment of objectives
Clarity of Sessions
Logical sequencing of sessions/activities
Adequate time allotment for each sessions
Helpfulness of session/activities in the attainment of workshop outputs

B. Methodology
Clarity of training program/purpose
Appropriateness of training
Extent to which the training methods facilitated learning
Adequate discussion of workshop instructions to achieve outputs
Helpfulness of the coaching/facilitating individual hands on activity
Effective use of audience participation during workshops

C. Training Management
Adequacy of workshop materials
Appropriateness of workshop/learning materials
Adequacy of Hand-outs
Timely distribution of materials and hand-outs
Efficiency in implementing the house rules to maintain order
Responsiveness to participants concern

Prepared By:

WEDZMER B. MUNJILUL
School ICT Coordinator

Approved By:
LENY R. SAN GASPAR
Principal II