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Summer 2015 in service training (inset) for

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Summary of the INSET given by FAPE/PEAC last May 7-9, 2015

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Summer 2015 in service training (inset) for

  1. 1. SUMMER 2015 IN-SERVICE TRAINING (INSET) FOR GRADE 10 TEACHERS OF PRIVATE SCHOOLS (MAY 7-9, 2015) 3-DAY SEMINAR/WORKSHOP WIDUS HOTEL AND CASINO CLARK FIELD FREEPORT ZONE, PAMPANGA
  2. 2. OBJECTIVES: To provide teachers with an overview of the content and requirements of the K-12 Program in general, and grade 10 in particular; To discuss the process of teaching Grade 10 standards To orient teachers on their roles as designers, assessors, and facilitators of learning; To guide teachers in preparing a learning module and other supporting materials for assigned Grade 10 level curriculum content and performance standards and competencies in five subject areas
  3. 3. SESSIONS The Mandate, Goal and Learning Outcomes of K-12 Basic Education Curriculum Designing Standards-Based Learning Modules for Understanding (Stage 1 : Desired results (A), Meaning Making (M) , Transfer (T); Stage 2: Assessment of Knowledge and Skills; Activities for Knowledge and Process/ Skills, Stage 3 ( Activities for Understanding)
  4. 4. Formative Assessment and Unit Assessment Map Unit Activities and Learning Plan Developing Skills for Independent Learning Revised ESC Classroom Observation Form
  5. 5. MANDATES OF K-12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM Goal: Lifelong learning and employment Bases of K-12: R.A. No. 10533/ Enhanced Basic Education Act of 2013 “ For this purpose, the State shall create a functional basic education system that will develop productive and responsible citizens equipped with the essential competencies, skills, and values for both lifelong learning and employment
  6. 6. “80% educating ways like the past, 15 % for today and only few of us are looking for tomorrow...” Dr. Kirpal Singh, Associate Professor Singapore Management University “Educating for the unknown for what might come in the nimbus way thinking about it…. Code the expected and unexpected. 90% of what we teach is a waste of time” –David Perkins, Senior Professor, Harvard Graduate School of Education
  7. 7.  “We are teaching kids about the past. We need to teach kids about the future. How to survive the EXTREME FUTURE The trends will shape the world for the next 5, 10, and 20 years” – James Canton
  8. 8. SEVEN CS- 21ST CENTURY LIFELONG SKILLS Critical Thinking and Doing Creativity Collaboration Cross-cultural Understanding Communication Computing/ ICT Literacy Career and Learning Self-Reliance
  9. 9. ARE WE EDUCATING FOR COMPETITIVENESS? Employers Rate Candidate Skills/ Qualities Ability to verbally communicate with persons inside and outside the organization Ability to work in a team structure Ability to make decisions and solve problems Ability to plan, organize, and prioritize work
  10. 10. EMPLOYERS RATE CANDIDATE SKILLS/ QUALITIES Ability to obtain and process information Ability to analyze quantitative data Technical knowledge related to the job Proficiency with computer software programs Ability to create and/or edit written reports Ability to sell or influence others
  11. 11. GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS OUTCOMES IN ACADEMIC SUBJECTS Inventive Thinker PROBLEM- SOLVER Ganap na Pilipino na may kapaki- pakinabang na Literasi Responsableng Mamamayan Effective Communicator and Multiliterate
  12. 12. KEY TEACHER ROLES IN K-12 PROGRAM TEACHER DESIGNER ASSESSOR FACILITATOR
  13. 13. UNPACKING STANDARDS AND COMPTENCIES STAGE 1: DESIRED RESULTS (TEACHER AS DESIGNER) Content Standard Performance Standard From Curriculum guide Learning Competencies DepEd STAGE 2: ASSESSMENT ( TEACHER AS ASSESSOR) FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT UNIT ASSESSMENT MAP
  14. 14. FORMATIVE SUMMATIVE PURPOSE TO IMPROVE THE INSTRUCTION AND PROVIDE STUDENT FEEDBACK TO MEASURE STUDENT COMPETENCY WHEN ADMINISTERED ON GOING THROUGHOUT UNIT END OF UNIT HOW STUDENTS USE RESULTS TO SELF-MONITOR TO GAUGE THEIR PROGRESS TOWARD COURSE OR GRADE LEVEL GOALS AND BENCHMARKS HOW TEACHERS USE RESULTS CHECK FOR UNDERSTANDING FOR GRADE AND PROMOTION
  15. 15. WHY WE NEED TO USE UNIT ASSESSMENT MAP? IT TELLS THE TEACHER TO IDENTIFY HOW MANY FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT HAS BEEN PROVIDED TO THE STUDENTS FOR THEM TO ACHIEVE SUCCESS The more FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT is done, the greater is the level of student achievement and success
  16. 16.  STAGE 3: LEARNING ACTIVITIES (TEACHER AS FACILITATOR)  UNIT ACTIVITIES MAP  LEARNING PLAN CALENDAR  TWELVE ELEMENTS TO SUPPORT LEARNING  STAGES OF LEARNING PLAN  THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY AND WEB 2.0 UNPACKING STANDARDS AND COMPTENCIES
  17. 17. TWELVE ELEMENTS TO SUPPORT LEARNING Active involvement Social Participation Meaningful activities Relating new information to prior learning Being Strategic Engaging self-regulation and being reflective Restructuring prior knowledge Aiming towards understanding rather than memorization Helping students learn to transfer Taking time to practice Developmental and individual differences Creating motivated learners
  18. 18. STAGES OF LEARNING  EXPLORE – provides HOOK activities  Done at the beginning  Elicit prior knowledge through a specific map of conceptual change  FIRM UP – provide activities and assessment related to acquiring knowledge and process skills and competencies  DEEPEN – have students integrate different information from firm up  Pose misconceptions and have students correct them  TRANSFER –demonstrate knowledge, skills, and understanding in GRASP task
  19. 19. THE USE OF WEB 2.0 AND THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY  Digital cartoon  Blaberrize.com  Goanimate.com  Powtoons.com  Spicynodes.com
  20. 20. DEVELOP SKILLS FOR INDEPENDENT LEARNING  SRL – Self Regulated Learning  COGNITIVE  REHEARSAL  ELABORATION  ORGANIZATION  METACOGNITIVE  SELF MONITORING  SELF-EVALUATION  AFFECTIVE  SELF-EFFICACY (REFLECTION JOURNAL)  RESOURCE MANAGEMENT  SEEKING HELPP FROM OTHERS  SEEEKING INFORMATION 
  21. 21. “WE are trying to teach 21st century skills with 20th century teachers in 19th century learning environments”  -The 2012 International Summit on the Teaching Profession
  22. 22. 21ST CENTURY LEARNERS ENGAGE ME
  23. 23. 21ST CENTURY TEACHERS

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