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CEAP-NBECs Basic Education Summit 20 February 2012 | University of San Jose-Recolletos, Cebu City

Br. Armin A. Luistro FSC Secretary


20 February 2012

The Imperative for K to 12


Decongest the curriculum to improve mastery of basic competencies Ensure seamlessness of primary, secondary, and post-secondary competencies Improve teaching through the use of enhanced pedagogies (e.g. spiral progression in Science & Math) and medium of instruction Expand job opportunities (by reducing jobs-skills mismatch) and provide better preparation for higher learning
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Note: information contained herein are subject to change and updates For questions and clarifications, email kto12.secretariat@gmail.com

CEAP-NBECs Basic Education Summit 20 February 2012 | University of San Jose-Recolletos, Cebu City

K to 12 is Kindergarten and 12 years of Basic Education.


2 years of Senior High School Grade 12 (17 years old) Grade 11 (16 years old) Grade 10 (15 years old) 4 years of Junior High School Grade 9 (14 years old) Grade 8 (13 years old) Grade 7 (12 years old) Grade 6 (11 years old) Grade 5 (10 years old) 6 years of Elementary Grade 4 (9 years old) Grade 3 (8 years old) Grade 2 (7 years old) Grade 1 (6 years old) Kindergarten Kindergarten (5 years old)
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New HS Year 6 New HS Year 5

New HS Year 4 New HS Year 3

New HS Year 2 New HS Year 1

All schools must adhere to the following standards:


1. Age

requirement 2. Duration 3. Curriculum

K to 12 schematic implementation plan for public schools


20112012 Grade 12 Grade 11 Grade 10 Grade 9 Grade 8 Grade 7 Grade 6 Grade 5 Grade 4 Grade 3 Grade 2 Grade 1 Kinder 20122013 20132014 20142015 20152016 20162017 20172018 20182019 20192020 20202021 20212022 20222023 20232024

Implementation of Grade 7 (HS Year 1) in K to 12 curriculum

First batch of senior high school graduates Grade 11 (HS Year 5) implementation First batch of K to 12 graduates

K to 12 Modeling for Senior High will begin in SY 2012-2013 for select schools that are ready and willing
Implementation of Grade 1 in K to 12 curriculum
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Note: information contained herein are subject to change and updates For questions and clarifications, email kto12.secretariat@gmail.com

CEAP-NBECs Basic Education Summit 20 February 2012 | University of San Jose-Recolletos, Cebu City

The K to 12 Basic Education Curriculum will be enhanced.


Integrative, Inquirybased, Constructivist, Technology-enhanced Enriched LearnerCentered Focuses on the optimum development of the Filipino

Responsive

Decongested

Flexible to local needs Seamless

Allows for mastery of competencies

Continuum following an expanding spiral progression model

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K to 12 Curriculum Model
Grades 11-12
(New HS Years 5-6) Science, Math, English, Contemporary Issues and Specializations

Academic Specialization Technical-Vocational Specialization Sports and Arts Specialization

Grades 9-10
(New HS Years 3-4)

Core Learning Areas plus TLE of the students choice

Grades 7-8
(New HS Years 1-2)

Core Learning Areas and TLE

Grades 1-6

Core Learning Areas; Mother Tongue until Grade 3; Science starting Grade 3; Edukasyong Pantahanan at Pangkabuhayan starting Grade 4

Offers tracks that lead to specializations in Academics, Tech-Voc, and Sports & Arts

Kindergarten

Learning Domains
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Note: information contained herein are subject to change and updates For questions and clarifications, email kto12.secretariat@gmail.com

CEAP-NBECs Basic Education Summit 20 February 2012 | University of San Jose-Recolletos, Cebu City

K to 12 builds on the reform thrusts of BESRA.


Quality & Accessible Education For All
K to 12 Basic Education Program Basic Education Sector Reform Agenda
KRT1: School-Based Management KRT 2: Teacher Education & Development KRT 3: National Learning Strategies KRT 4: KRT 5: Quality Assurance & Organizational Accountability/ Development M&E

BESRA as a package of reform initiatives considers K to 12 as the flagship reform strategy.


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K to 12 Transition for Private Schools (Basic Education)


Entry Age Proposed K to 12 4 NA N N 5 K 6 G1 7 G2 G1 G1 8 9 10 11 12 13 G8 G7 14 G9 HS1 15 G10 HS2 HS3 16 17 Kinder Elementary G3 G4 G2 G3 G2 G3 G5 G6 G7 G4 G5 G6 G4 G5 G6 Junior HS Senior HS G11 G12 HS3 HS4 HS4 NA

Current

7-Year Elem 6-Year Elem

K1 K2 K1 K2

HS1 HS2

N: Nursery
1. 2. 3.

K: Kinder

K1 or K2: Kinder 1 or 2

Schools* with 7 years elementary conform to the K to 12 duration Schools* with 6 years elementary require one more grade level Private schools will be required to adhere to the (minimum) curricular standards set by DepED
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*If students begin Grade 1 at age 7; some private schools accept Grade 1 at age 6.

Note: information contained herein are subject to change and updates For questions and clarifications, email kto12.secretariat@gmail.com

CEAP-NBECs Basic Education Summit 20 February 2012 | University of San Jose-Recolletos, Cebu City

K to 12 Transition for Private Schools (Higher Education)


4- or 5-Year Tertiary Education
3- or 4-Year Tertiary Education Senior High
(Academic Track)

Possible shortening of college curriculum Senior High graduates will be college-ready regardless of track HEIs are naturally suited to offer the academic track HEIs may also launch techvoc and sports & arts programs, as applicable
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Current Basic Education System (K2- 6 or 7 -4)

K to 12 Basic Education Program (K-6-4-2)

Senior High School: Be Innovative


1. 2.

Senior High programs may either be standalone or integrated into existing schools To be relevant, Senior High can extend beyond academic specializations to address local needs and opportunities. Some examples:
Rice Terraces Farming & Preservation School in Ifugao Coffee Academy in Batangas and Bukidnon BPO earn while you learn programs in Iloilo, Bacolod, Cagayan de Oro, and Davao Weaving & Crafts School in the Cordilleras and Ilocos

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Note: information contained herein are subject to change and updates For questions and clarifications, email kto12.secretariat@gmail.com

CEAP-NBECs Basic Education Summit 20 February 2012 | University of San Jose-Recolletos, Cebu City

K to 12 Modeling for Private Schools


College High Senior High Senior (or equivalent) College Senior High
(or equivalent)

Different types of schools may model Senior High beginning this June Important to consider institutional capability, acceptability to students/parents, and relevance to local context
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Junior High Junior High

HS w/o College

HS with College

College Only

Beyond K to 12, we would like to work with CEAP on the following


Open High School programs 2. Alternative learning systems for: Street Children IP Communities Children in Conflict with the Law 3. Catechism Classes
1.

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Note: information contained herein are subject to change and updates For questions and clarifications, email kto12.secretariat@gmail.com

CEAP-NBECs Basic Education Summit 20 February 2012 | University of San Jose-Recolletos, Cebu City

Lets all maximize the K to 12 opportunity


There is no one-size-fits-all model for private schools. 2. Collaboration is critical. 3. We welcome your inputs, and will help your school find the best fit. 4. We need your help in communicating K to 12 and managing our stakeholders.
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For questions & clarifications, email us at kto12.secretariat@gmail.com


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Note: information contained herein are subject to change and updates For questions and clarifications, email kto12.secretariat@gmail.com