Category: Educator’s Corner

LUBAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL FERVENTLY IMPLEMENTS “CATCH-UP FRIDAY”

Charlie B. Cadap In concurrence with the DepEd Memo No. 001, s. 2024 titled Implementation of Catch-Up Fridays, Lubas Elementary School is committed and responsive to the said memo. According to DepEd, all Fridays throughout the school year shall be designated as Catch-Up Fridays, with a focus on operationalizing the National Reading Program (NRP) during […]

LUBAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL RECALIBRATES TEACHERS THROUGH SCHOOL-BASED INSET

Charlie B. Cadap The Department of Education released DepEd Order No. 022, s. 2023 titled, Implementing Guidelines on the School Calendar and Activities for the School Year 2023-2024, the five-day break for the current school year was scheduled on January 24-26 and on January 29-30. Moreover, DepEd stated that mid-year break will be utilized for […]

EFFECTIVE SCIENCE TEACHING IN ALTERNATIVE DELIVERY MODES

Johnny P. Buasen The implementation of alternate delivery modes has become critical for the continuity of learning in the continually changing educational landscape. A distinct set of issues has arisen as a result of this paradigm shift, especially in the area of science education. Teachers are adopting creative and successful teaching techniques designed for other […]

EMPOWERING EDUCATORS: A RECAP OF THE JUST CONCLUDED INSET ON CATCH-UP FRIDAYS

Elializa T. Galisen In the ever-evolving landscape of education, continuous professional development is crucial for educators to stay abreast of the latest pedagogical approaches, technological advancements, and educational trends. Recently, teachers of Balili Elem. School La Trinidad, Benguet had their IN SERVICE Training Workshop on CATCH-UP PROGRAM FOR NUMERACY AND LITERACY last January 24 – […]

DEALING WITH CLASSROOM CHALLENGES

Israel Gil A. Lacay When you are in charge of a classroom of students, it can be challenging to meet every student’s needs and maintain a level of control. Many teachers have developed alternative ways to discipline and manage students, including establishing classroom rules early in the school year and maintaining these rules throughout the […]

HOW TO BE A GOOD TEACHER

Israel Gil A. Lacay Teaching is one of the most important professions in today’s society. As a Teacher, you will shape the minds of others and encourage them to think independently. To become a good teacher, it’s important to be organized. Create lesson plans, objectives, activities, and assessment plans well before each class day. Get […]

THE ROLE OF TEACHERS IN MANAGING THE MENTAL HEALTH OF LEARNERS

Agustino D. Amancio In the Philippines, a nation grappling with the evolving challenges of modern life, the mental health of learners has become an increasingly pressing concern. As per a study conducted by the Department of Education in 2021 (DOE, 2021), a staggering 35% of Filipino students reported experiencing heightened levels of stress and anxiety […]

THE SIGNIFICANCE OF GENDER DEVELOPMENT IN CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT

Allan V. Santiago Classroom management is an essential aspect of effective teaching, and it goes beyond merely maintaining order and discipline. It involves creating an inclusive and supportive learning environment where each student can thrive. In this context, the concept of gender development plays a crucial role in shaping classroom management strategies. Understanding and integrating […]

CLASSROOM “POST NO BILL”

Sherilyn Dulay Vice President and DepEd Secretary Sara Duterte issued Order No.21, series of 2023, to remove unnecessary decorations and posters in classrooms. This is intended to create a classroom environment for the learners that is free from visual distractions. Several studies, like for instance a 2014 study by researchers from the Carnegie Mellon University1, […]

Amianan Balita Ngayon