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K to 12 Basic Education Program

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K to 12

Basic Education Program

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“ What nobler employment or more valuable to the state than

that of the man who instructs the rising generation.” – Marcus Cicero

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Salient Features of the Proposed K to 12 BEC

FrameworkHolistic DevelopmentOutcome- basedPrinciples on inclusive Education, flexibility and differentiated learning system and balanced learning experiences

Ensure learner- centred pedagogical approaches

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K to 12 Education Vision

Graduates of Enhanced K+12 Basic Education Program will:

acquire mastery of basic competencies.

be more emotionally mature.be socially aware, pro- active, involved in public and civic affairs.

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be adequately prepared for the world of work or entrepreneurship.

be legally employable with potential for better earnings.

be globally competitive.

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Salient Points on the Enhanced K+12 Basic Education


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What is K+12?K+12 means Kindergarten and the 12

years of elementary and secondary education.

Kindergarten refers to the 5-year old cohort that takes a standardized kinder curriculum.

Elementary education refers to primary schooling that involves six or seven years of education.

Secondary education refers to high school.

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How are we planning to implement the K to

12 Program? After considering various proposals and

studies, the model that is currently being proposed by DepEd is the K-6-4-2 Model. This involves Kindergarten, six years of elementary education, four years of junior high school ( grades 7 to 10 ) and two years of senior high school ( grades 11 to 12 ). The two years of senior high school intend to provide time for students to consolidate acquired academic skills and competencies.

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Features of K-6-4-2Kindergarten and 12 years of

quality basic education is a right of every Filipino, therefore they must be and will be provided by government and will be free.

Those who go through the 12 years cycle will get an elementary diploma (6 years), a junior high school diploma (4 years) and a senior high school diploma ( 2 years).

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A full 12 years of basic education will eventually be required for entry into tertiary level education ( entering freshmen by SY 2018- 2019 or six years from now).

An open and consultative process will be adopted in the development and implementation of K to 12.

Change is two- fold: (a) curriculum enhancement and (b) transition management.

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What is Senior High School?

2 years of in-depth specialization for students depending on the occupation/ career track they wish to pursue

Skills and competencies to be develop will be relevant to the job market

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The two years of senior high school intends to provide time for students to consolidate acquired academic skills and competencies.

The curriculum will allow specialization in Science & Technology, Music, Arts, Agriculture, Fisheries, Sports, Business and Entrepreneurship.

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Phases of Implementation

1. Universal kindergarten will be offered starting SY 2011- 2012.

2. DepEd will begin unclogging the basic education curriculum in SY 2012- 2013.

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3. The enhanced 12-year curriculum will be implemented starting with the incoming grade 1 students of SY 2012- 2013.

4. Incoming freshmen of SY 2012- 2013 will be the first beneficiary of a free Senior High School education that will be made available by DepEd in public schools beginning SY 2016- 2017. Electives to be offered in SHS: arts, music, tech-voc, etc.

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Why add more two years?to decongest and enhance the basic

education curriculum.to provide better quality education for

all.the Philippines is the only remaining

country in Asia with a 10-year basic education program.

K+12 is not new. The proposal to expand the basic education dates back to 1925.

studies in the Phils. have shown that an additional year of schooling increases earnings by 7.5 %.

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studies validate that improvements in the quality of education will increase GDP growth by 2% to 2.2%.

minus 2 instead of plus 2 for those families who cannot afford a college education but still wish to have an employable child.

to inspire a shift in attitude that completion of high school education is more than just preparation for college but can be sufficient for a gainful employment or career.

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What will society gain from K to 12 Program?

K to 12 will facilitate an accelerated economic growth

K to 12 will facilitate mutual recognition of Filipino graduates and professionals in other countries.

A better educated society provides a sound foundation for long term socio- economic development.

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With K to 12, we will……Produce holistically developed

learners who have 21st century skills and

are prepared for higher education, middle level skills development,

employment and entrepreneurship.

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The K to 12 Basic Education Curriculum will be enhanced.

Learner- centredDecongestedSeamlessResponsiveEnriched

Focuses on the optimum

development of the Filipino

Allows for mastery of competenci


Continuum following an expanding spiral progression model

Flexible to local needs

Integrative, inquiry- based,


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Two Programs for Transition

ManagementSenior High School (SHS) System Readiness Assessment

K to 12 Modelling

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SHS System Readiness Assessment

To (1) determine current absorptive capacity per region of all education institutions(supply) (2) ascertain current industry & employment demand and anticipate future opportunities (demand) (3) and ensure that SHS system will be instrumental in adequately addressing both.

>match supply with demand<

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SHS System Readiness AssessmentExpected Outcomes / Output

List of schools are ready to offer SHS before 2016- 2017

Mapping of local education absorptive capacity (i.e. supply) to current and future industry and employment opportunities (i.e. demand)

Type of support/ interventions to be provided to the schools needing additional resources

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Financial schemes and partnership arrangements with the different types of private schools and HEIs

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SHS System Readiness AssessmentPilot Areas

Luzon Visayas Mindanao


Laguna Bohol Cagayan de Oro

Quezon City

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SHS System Readiness AssessmentWork Plan

Dec.2011 Pilot Regional Assessment

Jan 2012 *Refinement of assessment tools and methodology *Formation of Regional TWG

Feb- March 2012 Nationwide SHS System Readiness Assessment

Apr- May 2012 *Debriefing, Reporting and Consolidation of reports *Presentation of assessment results

Drafting of agreement with the education agencies

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K to 12 Modelling

To develop K to 12 model schools per region and by specialization tracks by introducing Senior High School ahead of its planned nationwide implementation on SY 2016- 2017, in parallel with the phased introduction of new curricula in elementary and high school year levels.

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K to 12 ModellingExpected Outcomes / OutputStrengthen the model schools by

providing appropriate interventions, e.g. training for teachers, provision of instructional materials, etc.

Pilot test of the different implementations schemes according to schools curricular offering / preference

Prepare and carry out the communication plan to generate support from media, civil society, academe, LGUs, private sectors, etc.

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Establish / strengthen partnership with major industries in providing opportunities for employment, On-the-Job Training, dual training system , etc.

Come out with best possible models that could be replicated by the schools implementing the Senior High School.

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K to 12 ModellingLists of Nominated Schools


• Region 2 * Bukig Agricultural School (Cagayan)• Region 3 * Angeles City Trade School (Pampanga) * Balagtas Agricultural NHS (Bulacan) * Bataan School of Fisheries• Region 4A * San Pedro Relocation Center NHS (Laguna) * Da la Salle High School (Laguna) * Pinagtongulan NHS (Lipa, Batangas)

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K to 12 ModellingLists of Nominated Schools


• NCR * Rizal Experimental Station and Pilot School of Cottage Industries (Pasig City) * Alejandro Roces High School (Quezon City) * PNU laboratory Schools (Quezon City) * Claret (Quezon City) * Xavier (Quezon City) * Miriam College (Manila)

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K to 12 ModellingLists of Nominated Schools


• Region 6 * Doῆa Monserrat Lopez Memorial School (Silay) * Bacolod National High School (Bacolod) * Dingle Farm School (Iloilo)

• Region 7 * Subangdaku Tech- Voc HS (Mandaue City)

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K to 12 ModellingLists of Nominated SchoolsMINDANAO

• Region 10 * OPOL National School of Arts & Trades ( Cagayan de Oro) * Iligan City School of Fisheries (Iligan City) * Bukidnon National High School (Bukidnon)

• Region 11 * Tagum City National Trade School (Tagum)

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K to 12 ModellingWork Plan



Jan- Feb


Mar- Apr

2012June 2012

*Development of learning standards and implementing guidelines*Validation of identified schools

*Formalize agreements with modelling schools

*Formalize agreements with key stockholders*Curriculum enhancement


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Together, we can make K to 12 a reality for

the Filipino.

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References: http://www.gov.ph/2010/11/02/briefer-on-the-enhance

d-k12-basic-education-program K to 12 Basic Education Program Pre- Summit

Conference ( Dec. 2011), Br. Armin A. Luistro FSC, DepEd Secretary

Framework of the K to 12- Quijano pdf. Yolanda S. Quijano, ED.D.

Undersecretary Department of Education, Pasig City

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Prepared by :Joy Kenneth U. Camanga


Presented to: Dr. Luzviminda G. Calzado

Approaches, Methods, Strategies & Techniques with Technology Integration

Educ 211January 2012