Sunday, July 26, 2015

How My Sister Molds Me of What I Am Now

In my time, there was no preschool or kindergarten. A grade school children had to go through the rudiments of learning by a strict, disciplinarian teachers who looked like a tiger or a fierce animal when discipline is concerned. Children learned out of fear.

Inday Sita
Inday Sita
My first teacher is my eldest sister. She was 23 years old when she handled my private lesson or tutorial in writing, arithmetic, and reading when I was in grade one.

Inday Elesita, our eldest sister followed up my writing lesson at home when my mother was busy or out to market.

And Inday Sita was of no difference from those teacher I mentioned although she had no teaching experience for she just my tutor. She was too strict, too cruel. She used to hit me when I couldn't catch up what she was teaching me.

She was also a strict disciplinarian. In learning to write my name, she had to put me on top of the table which was too difficult for me to get down when I wanted too for I couldn't reach the floor. I had no choice but to do her bid. I had to write my complete several times in several pages of the pad paper with no mistake.

Thursday, July 23, 2015

Public School Teachers, Are They Obliged to Attend Saturday Meeting?

It seems that it is a common practice in the Department of Education (DepEd} that weekends are used to be the schedule for the public school teachers to conduct their in-service training, review for national assessment of the pupils, among others. Those teachers concerned are clamoring why Saturdays or Sundays?

Group of school heads in conference
School Heads Conference
DepEd Order No. 9, s. 2005, in particular so provides, that since the quality of education is deteriorating, the teachers are "to increase engaged time-on-task so that the required number of school days in every school year and the time allotment to teaching every subject in school are met by minimizing activities participated in by the teachers and the pupils.

On the other hand, DepEd Order No. 16, s. 2009 regulates the 8-hour working requirement of the teachers to render in the school. It points out definitely that the teachers should have 6 hours actual teaching and 2 hours for teaching-related activities.

With that DepEd Orders, the teachers are already fed up of their teaching job. And of course, they need to have some rest, relaxation. In short, a time for their family they need. But there are occasions that they have to go to school even during Saturdays and Sundays for a meeting, conference, training and the like.

Sunday, July 19, 2015

Writing, a Legacy from my Grade Six Teacher

My grade six class adviser had taught me the secret of writing that works and I considered it as the important skill I never ever forget. And this led me to what I am now: a successful teacher, a school principal, . No wonder why, writing becomes my passion when I was a grader.

Lilia Garin
Lilia Garin
Where is this teacher of mine now? It was almost for 49 years ago that this teacher took care of us in her class as our adviser and teacher in grade six section one.

Since we live in the same place, I used to see her early in the morning going to Church when I took a morning walk at the back of the city hall.

Alas! I came across from one of my news feeds in the Facebook recently that she has already passed away and she had been buried a year already from one of the posts I read.

I was a bit guilty then for I hadn't even made a vigil for her wake nor attended her burial for she's living within the city where I am residing. It was I know a miscommunication. No one from one of my classmates informed me.

I am referring to Miss Lilia G. Garin, my grade six class adviser sometime in 1966 in La Carlota Elementary School. She's strict when it comes to class attendance and misbehavior. But too considerate to a weakling like me who is sickly.

Sunday, July 12, 2015

How to Unenroll a Learner

Error is unavoidable either it could be a human factor or system error since we are talking here of Learner information System (LIS) enrollment in a LIS Website.

There are instances, therefore, that the teacher has erroneously enrolled his learner due to some reasons. So he has to rectify his enrollment data or shall we say he has to unenroll that learner who has been encoded wrongfully from his class by using School Head's account. In so doing then he could come up with valid and reliable data of enrollment and has to do it too in LIS website.

To facilitate this unenrollment of a learner, I have formulated six steps tutorial for the teachers to follow and be able to straighten their erroneous enrollment entry of their pupil by using the unenroll facility of LIS thru the account of his School Head.

Note: Only in School Head's account, the Unenroll Facility is available.

These steps are self-explanatory and they're easy to follow. Take your time teachers.

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Because Kids Love to Build

You remember the thrill of building things when you were a child. Whether it was blocks, legos, or a fortress made of snow, you were always putting things together. You loved to see how things could fit and be transformed into something new, something that you created. Now that you are older, you want to bring that pleasure to children in your community. Snapology can help you make that happen when you begin a lego franchise of your own. You'll get the training and the tools to kick off a successful business. Imagine bringing the joy of creating something with your hands to kids of all ages. It will keep you young as you do something you love and feel like you're getting some playtime in every day while you're working.

Saturday, July 4, 2015

RandomThoughts in Top 100 Pinoy Blogs

RandomThoughts of Gil Camporazo has made it to be one of the "Top 100 Pinoy Blogs that Matter".

I have noticed this while I was browsing my Facebook account and did stumble upon a certain post that features those blogs that matter so to speak.

My first reaction was to check it if my humble blog is one of them. When I saw it, I was happy that I have influenced some readers, and even inspired them of those thoughts I have written.

This, of course, has inspired me to write more, to express what has come to mind, what has been read, experienced by me and let my readers be informed, moved to action, among others.

Friday, July 3, 2015

How to Enroll BOSY Learners to LIS

In school year 2015-2016, the teachers both in public and private are required to enroll their pupils to Learner Information System (LIS) website. They're given two months to complete such online enrollment. It already started June 29 and will end August 31, 2015.

LIS BOSY Guidelines
LIS BOSY Guidelines
Department of Education (DepED) Order No. 26, s. 2015 so provides the guidelines on the beginning of the year (BOSY) enrollment transaction.

All public and private elementary and secondary schools and SUCs offering elementary and secondary education are directed to ensure prompt, complete and accurate accomplishment of the enhanced basic education information system (EBEIS).

The specific role of the school head, the school information and communications technology (ICT) is defined to give distinction and the accountability so as to achieve reliable and accurate learner's data and profile.

Following is simple tutorial especially to teachers who are new or just beginning to learn on how to encode learner basic enrollment data to LIS.

Monday, June 29, 2015

School Heads Braving the Rough Sea

Seven years ago, I recall the horrible experience in which the school principals, the school district supervisors, and some staff of the Division of La Carlota when they held their MANCOM meeting at Nauway, Guimaras.

This place became the most controversial islet in Western Visayas of August 2006 for an oil spill tragedy which affected the health and livelihood of 100 households there. This was the venue of May 16 out-of-town management committee (MANCOM) meeting of more than 40 elementary and high school heads, supervisors and division staff of La Carlota City Division led by OIC-Schools Division Superintendent Roberto P. Villaruz.

In spite of typhoon Cosme intensifying over the Luzon provinces on that day, the undaunted school administrators pursued their plan and successfully passed through the raging Guimaras strait and docked at Jesa Mar beach resort safely.

The first timers inevitably condemned the rough sailing and promised not to go for the second time if the stormy weather would prevail again because of the enormous waves. Anyway through their faithful prayer, they were blessed for a safe voyage and they arrived unscathed to that place.

Sunday, June 28, 2015

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Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Non Attendance to Meeting: An Alibi?

City of Baguio Council has called the heads of BCDA and JHMC respectively for clarification meeting regarding the controversial “war on camp” which eventually misinformed the public particularly the people of Baguio. But they have failed to come.

The city council has a lot of things to ask from Mr. Arnel P. Casanova of Bases Conversion Development Authority (BCDA) and Ms. Jamie Eloise Agbayani of John Hay Management Corporation (JHMC).

The city council has known that the contract between BCDA and the developer, CJHDevCo was rescinded as per order by the court due to the negligence of  both parties. Both failed to provide what is stipulated on the contract they’d signed.

The possible reason why the city council has summoned Mr. Casanova and Ms. Agbayani is to confirm from them that though the contract was terminated the 19 conditions stipulated on City Council Resolution 362, series of 1994 were still binding and to appeal to them to refrain from issuing to the public misinformation about the camp, the stakeholders, and contract itself.

It was learned that Baguio City Mayor Mauricio Domogan has pointed out that the city government has set these 19 conditions which in return the BCDA has confirmed and honored, and abide with them. He further pointed that these terms were already in force before the BCDA and the private developer like Camp John Hay Development Corporation (CJHDevCo) came into agreement.