Guidelines on the 2012 Implementation of the Senior

Guidelines on the 2012 Implementation of the Senior

Guidelines on the 2012 Implementation of the Senior High School (SHS) Modelling in Selected Technical and Vocational Education and General Secondary Schools under the K to 12 Basic Education Program DepEd Order No. 36 s. 2012 Senior High School Modelling Program (SHS Modelling) - a research and development (R&D) activity where some designs and strategies will be tried out by the identified model schools. - where model schools are : given the flexibility to innovate develop their own curriculum design their instructional materials explore and experiment varied teaching-learning strategies Guidelines on the 2012 Implementation of the Senior High School (SHS) Modelling in Selected Technical and Vocational Education and General Secondary Schools under the K to 12 Basic Education Program Modelling Program aims to: a. introduce and prepare the

concern model schools b. generate actual learning experiences c. prepare and carry out the communication plan Guidelines on the 2012 Implementation of the Senior High School (SHS) Modelling in Selected Technical and Vocational Education and General Secondary Schools under the K to 12 Basic Education Program Target Participants Selected Technical and Vocational secondary schools Other Secondary School (Public and Private) Guidelines on the 2012 Implementation of the Senior High School (SHS) Modelling in Selected Technical and Vocational Education and General Secondary Schools under the K to 12 Basic Education Program Functions of the Modelling Schools: a) b) c) d) e) carry out the modelling schemes coordinate with RTWG make necessary arrangements document the processes conduct consultation meetings

Guidelines on the 2012 Implementation of the Senior High School (SHS) Modelling in Selected Technical and Vocational Education and General Secondary Schools under the K to 12 Basic Education Program Criteria for Selecting Model Schools: 1) post secondary education 2) strong school-local industry partnership 3) available functional workshop laboratories 4) available qualified teachers 5) established linkages colleges/higher education institutions Guidelines on the 2012 Implementation of the Senior High School (SHS) Modelling in Selected Technical and Vocational Education and General Secondary Schools under the K to 12 Basic Education Program Implementation Schemes: Modelling process starts in June 2012 Target enrolees are Fourth Year graduating students fro SY 20112012 from: Identified schools Other schools Guidelines on the 2012 Implementation of the Senior High School (SHS) Modelling in Selected Technical and Vocational Education and General Secondary Schools under the K to 12 Basic Education Program Implementation Schemes: FLOW School analyses list of specializations, resources

School conduct Assessment based on Market demand Teacher capacity School faculty / equipment School decides which specializations to offer and prepares the curriculum Students decide which specialization to pursue Students undertake Career Guidance Pathways Challenges Students undertake assessment PECS Skill Test School informs the parents about the program Students enrol in the specialization offered

School implement the specialization Guidelines on the 2012 Implementation of the Senior High School (SHS) Modelling in Selected Technical and Vocational Education and General Secondary Schools under the K to 12 Basic Education Program Implementation Schemes: ACTIVITIES AND STRATEGIES Linkages and Partnership with Industries or Business Sectors The modelling will stimulate the schoolindustry partnership The industry is also an avenue for the provisions of scholarship programs and OJT or industry exposure It will also provide opportunities to apply the knowledge acquired in the classroom School-Industry partnership should be forged through a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Implementation Schemes: ACTIVITIES AND

STRATEGIES Curriculum Development/Upgrading SHS Curriculum is based on 2 Tracks: Academic and Technical-Vocational The Modelling schools may modify or customized their own programs SHS Curriculum shall aligned with 21st Century Skills and College Readiness Standards SHS Curriculum shall be anchored on the TESDA Training Regulations (TR), National Qualification Framework/Industry Standards and demanded work skills based on DOLEe job sheets. Implementation Schemes: ACTIVITIES AND STRATEGIES Curriculum Development/Upgrading Advance Entrepreneurship subjects shall offered in Techvoc SHS Some higher or more complex but related competencies within the specializations shall be introduced Inclusion of related qualifications/ specailizations in the curriculum is encouraged.

Implementation Schemes: ACTIVITIES AND STRATEGIES Curriculum Development/Upgrading The following modalities maybe adopted: a) Dual Training System (DTS) b) Modular / Self-paced learning c) Peer teaching / mentoring d) Supervised industry training or OJT Implementation Schemes: ACTIVITIES AND STRATEGIES Instructional Materials Development Modelling school develop instructional materials based on Standard and Competency-based curriculum developed for SHS students. Some references can also be generated from the industries themselves Implementation Schemes: ACTIVITIES AND

STRATEGIES Skills Enhancement Training for Teachers Teachers should undergo enhancement/vertical skills training Skills training for teachers can be done trough industry immersion for HOMOHO experience Industry trainers may also be invited to teach Implementation Schemes: ACTIVITIES AND STRATEGIES Provision for Tools and Equipment The existing tool and equipment of techvoc schools can used in school laboratories and workshop. Additional specializations which require new set of tools equipment, may be sourced out through partnership Implementation Schemes: ACTIVITIES AND STRATEGIES

Provision for Laboratory Workshops Maximize the utilization existing laboratory / workshop facilities Co-Sharing of resources can be explored Implementation Schemes: ACTIVITIES AND STRATEGIES Assessment of Teachers and Students Competency Assessment and Certification System National Certificate (NC) Certificate of Competency (COC) Implementation Schemes: ACTIVITIES AND STRATEGIES Documentation of Learning Experiences Findings, lessons learned will serve as vital inputs Modelling schools are required to document all vital components of the modelling program Inputs

Processes Best Practices Experiences Challenges Solutions to problems DepEd Ros is responsible in ensuring thal all modelling processes are documented Implementation Schemes: ACTIVITIES AND STRATEGIES Submission of Reports to the Regional TWG and submission to ManCom Reporting shall regular basis (Monthly, Quarterly) from to school directly to the RTWG. RTWG shall report to the National Transition Management TWG meeting. Proposed STVEP Selected Qualifications Arts and Trades Area of Specialization Grade 7 Grade 8 Grade 9

Grade 10 Grade 11 CURRENT COURSE OFFERING Building Constructio n Exploratory Carpentry Automotive Exploratory Food Processing Electronics Grade 12 SUGGESTED QUALIFICATION / COURSE Masonry NC I

Masonry NC II Tile Setting NC II Automotive Servicing NC I Automotive Servicing NCII Driving NC II Motorcycle / Small engine Servicing NC II Exploratory Commercial Cooking NC II Baking and Pastry NC II Food and Beverage Service NC II Exploratory Consumer Electronics Servicing NC II

Instrumentation and Control NC II Mechanics Servicing NCII Drafting Technology Exploratory Technical Drafting NC II Mechanical Drafting NC II Masonry NC II Plumbing NC II PC Hardware Publishing Exploratory Computer Hardware NC II

Broadband Installation (Fixed Wireless System) NC II Electricity Exploratory Electrical Installation Maintenance NC I Electrical Installation Maintenance NC II Proposed STVEP Selected Qualifications Agriculture Area of Specialization Grade 7 Grade 8 Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 CURRENT COURSE OFFERING

SUGGESTED QUALIFICATION / COURSE Crop Production Exploratory Vegetable Production Exploratory Horticulture NC II Food Processing Exploratory Food Processing NC I Animal Production Exploratory Crop Production NC I Grade 12

Horticulture NC II Animal Production NC II Rice Machinery Operation NCII Pest Management NC II Landscape Installation and Maintenance NC II Commercial Cooking NC II Bread and Pastries NC II Food and Beverages Servicing NC II Housekeeping Food Processing NC III Slaughtering (Hog and Cattle)

Proposed STVEP Selected Qualifications Fishery Area of Specialization Grade 7 Grade 8 Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 CURRENT COURSE OFFERING Fish Capture Exploratory Fish Capture NC II Fish Culture Exploratory Aquaculture NC II Food

Processing Exploratory Food Processing NC I Grade 12 SUGGESTED QUALIFICATION / COURSE Fishpond / Wharf Operation NC II Fish Product Packaging NC II Sample Class Program Grade 11 Class Program TIME Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday

Friday 7:00-8:00 English English English English Logic 8:00-9:00 Life Sciences Filipino:Retorika Filipino:Retorika Filipino:Retorika Filipino:Retorika 9:00-9:15 Morning Break

9:15-10:15 Math for Specific Purpose I Math for Specific Purpose I Math for Specific Purpose I Math for Specific Purpose I Math for Specific Purpose I 10:15-11:15 Contemporary Issue - Local Life Sciences Life Sciences Life Sciences Life Sciences Contemporary

Issue - Local 11:15-12:15 12:15-1:00 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 Launch Break Automotive NC II 3:00-3:15 3:15-4:15 4:15-5:15 SUMMER (April-May) Logic Afternoon Break Automotive NC II On-the-Job Training / Industry Immersion Sample Class Program Grade 12 Class Program TIME Monday Tuesday

Wednesday Thursday Friday 7:00-8:00 English or Filipino : Specific Purposes English or Filipino : Specific Purposes English or Filipino : Specific Purposes English or Filipino : Specific Purposes English or Filipino : Specific Purposes 8:00-9:00 Physical Sciences Physical Sciences Physical Sciences

Physical Sciences Physical Sciences 9:00-9:15 Morning Break 9:15-10:15 Math for Specific Purpose II Math for Specific Purpose II Math for Specific Purpose II Math for Specific Purpose II Math for Specific Purpose II 10:15-11:15 Literature Literature

Literature Literature Literature 11:15-12:15 Sociology Contemporary Issue - Global Philosophy Contemporary Issue - Global Sociology 12:15-1:00 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 Launch Break Driving NC II / Small Engine Repair NC II 3:00-3:15

3:15-4:15 4:15-5:15 SUMMER (April-May) Afternoon Break Driving NC II / Small Engine Repair NC II On-the-Job Training / Industry Immersion Thank You! NOIDA DG. CASTRO EPS Science

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