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The Assistant Schools Division Superintendents, Dr. Emma Camporedondo CESE, and Dr. Basilio Mana-ay Jr. CESE,  together with the 2018 Agila Awardees from the Department of Education Division of Davao City.

The 2018 Achievement of Great Instructional Leadership Award (AGILA) Search Night was officiated at the Grand Regal Hotel, Lanang Davao City last October 3, 2018, Thursday. The awarding ceremonies was conducted as a concrete manifestation of society’s desire to honor and pay tribute to the outstanding educators in the region, who have tirelessly labored day and night, with conscientious spirits—all solely for the bright future of the students.

“Humility is not all about hiding, all your talents and all your potentials. It’s all about inspiring others to do their best, and how to do it is all about sharing your best practices and showing it to the general public,” SDSAsuncion, CESO V, said during the Recognition of the Best Practices of the School Heads.

The categories for the awards were divided into the Teacher Category, the School Head/Principal Category, and the Public Schools District Supervisors/District Coordinating Principals’ Category.

All of the winners had undergone an extensive screening prior to the Awarding ceremonies. The process included the Division Level Evaluation, the Regional Level Evaluation, and the Final Deliberations.

This year, Davao City bagged most of the awards for the different categories, obtaining seven 1st-place awards, one 2nd-place award, three 3rd-place awards, and one 6th-place award.

 

The awardees for the different events were as follows:

·         Most Outstanding Elementary Teacher Achiever: Joan A. Lopez, 3rd place

·         Most Outstanding Secondary Teacher Achiever: Jed I. Bete

·         Most Outstanding Alive Teacher: Oscar G. Pales, Davao City

·         Most Outstanding IPED Teacher: Rovielyn T. Lapinoza

·         Most Outstanding Multi-grade Teacher: Jean Estan-Mapayo, 2nd place

·         Most Outstanding SPED teacher: Sofia T. Salvo

·         Most Outstanding ALS Mobile Teacher: Georly Mae Q. Dabalos

·         Most Outstanding Elementary Master Teachers: Darly D. Lamentas

·         Most Outstanding Secondary Master teacher: Eleanor A. Mallabo, 3rd place

·         Most Outstanding Elementary School Principal: Ma. Epifania M. Villa, 6th place

·         Most Outstanding Secondary School Principal: William D. Enriquez, 3rd place

·         Most Outstanding Public Schools District Supervisor: Belen E. Abendan

·         Most Outstanding Division Education Program Supervisor (EPS)- Janette B. Esteban, 3rd place

 

The 2018 Agila Awards was in line with the Revised Policies on Employee Suggestions and Incentive Awards System (ESIAS) provided under the Civil Service Commission Resolution no. 010112, and CSC MC no. 01, s. 2001. Inside this mandate, the Department of Education Regional Office has continued to adopt the Program on Awards and Incentives for Service Excellence (PRAISE) initiative throughout the years.

 

The Gulayan sa Paaralan Awardees, the Kalasag Awardees, the CFSS Awardees,  and the Project Watch Awardees were also recognized during the event.

 

“We really hope that the private school sectors, other agencies, and all Davaoeños will be with us as we face our greatest challenge, without forgetting the delivery of quality basic education to our students. In 2018, we were able to harvest so many awards. We were the Champion in the Regional Press Conference, and the Regional Festival of Talents. In almost all of the competitions, we won. We are inspired to do our best because we have so much support from all Davaoeños . I would like to see all of you as we prepare for the big events in 2019. Thank you. To God be the Glory,” SDS Asuncion said.

 

The Department of Education Davao City Division spearheaded by the Schools Division Superintendent, Dr. Maria Ines C. Asuncion CESO V, and Assistant Schools Division Superintendents, Dr Emma A. Camporedondo, CESE and ASDS DR. Basilio Mana-ay Jr., CESE, and all the offices and schools under the Department of Education Division of Davao City shall continue the dynamism to formulate and implement programs, and forge partnerships with local and international stakeholders in society, in order to ensure a quality education for all learners throughout the years.


 

 
2018 Division Educators’ Congress Joint Program for the Recognition of Partner-Stakeholders and Schools’ Best Practices and Stakeholders’ Forum PDF Print E-mail

titleThe 2018 Best Brigada Eskwela Implementers Awardees from the Department of Education Division of Davao City.  By: Joanna Paula M. Cagape

DAVAO CITY—The 2018 Division Educators’ Congress Joint Program for the Recognition of Partner Stakeholders and Schools’ Best Practices and Stakeholders’ Forum was officiated at the Grand Regal Hotel, Lanang Davao City on December 3, 2018, with the theme, “Strengthen Partnership: Provides Greater Opportunities for our 21st Century Learners.”

The event was divided into three junctures, namely (1) Recognition of Industry Partners and Stakeholders’ Forum, (2) Recognition of 2018 Brigada Eskwela Best Implementers, and (3)  Recognition  of Best Practices of School Heads.

The Recognition of Industry Partners and Stakeholders’ Forum

During the Recognition of Industry Partners and Stakeholders’ Forum, the Schools Division Superintendent (SDS) Dr. Maria Ines C. Asuncion, CESO V, acknowledged the full participation and cooperation of all the stakeholders in the division of Davao City, in the realization of the achievements made by the division for the academic year 2018.

“The Department of   Education is also supporting the children in the Balay Pag-asa in Mintal. We have our Alternative Learning System (ALS) establishment in the area. We are also supporting the House of Hope for   learners studying under the Special Education Program. We have Modified Home Study program. We   have Distance Learning   with module-based instruction. We will also be launching the Public Safety Modules for our grade 4-12 students. We achieved this because of you,” SDS Asuncion said.

Furthermore, SDS Asuncion urged the stakeholders to continue their partnership with the Department of Education for the good welfare of the Filipino learners.

“We can still do more for our children if we continue our partnership. Please continue supporting our schools for the benefit of our Filipino children, the future generations. All your support will never go in vain because they will surely leave a mark in the hearts and minds of our learners, who will become our next generation of leaders,” SDS Asuncion said.

 

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Davao City Division Teachers’ Choir wins 2018 Regional Cultural Workshop and Competition for Teachers PDF Print E-mail

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The DepEd Division of Davao City Schools Division Superintendent (SDS) Dr. Maria Ines C. Asuncion, CESO V, with the Assistant Schools Division Superintendents (ASDS) Dr. Emma Camporedondo, ASDS Dr. Basilio Mana-ay Jr., the DepED Division of Davao City Community and the Davao City Division Teachers’ Choir graced the program  officiated at the DepEd Davao City Division Training Center on December 10, 2018, in line with   the 2018 Regional Cultural Workshop and Competition for Teachers. 

DAVAO CITY—The Davao City Division Teachers’ Choir emerged as Champion during the 2018 Regional Cultural Workshop and Competition for Teachers held at the New Tagum City Hall Atrium, Tagum City on December 4, 2018. 

The winners were as follows: Joy O. Balan (Cabantian Elementary School); Cherry Grace J. Bao (Kapitan Tomas Sr. Central Elementary School);  Venessa S. Busico (Matina Central Elementary School);Rollie C. Calixtro(Bernardo Carpio National High School); Jeffrey R. Dado (Talomo National High School);Evelyn May D. Dy (Kapitan Tomas Sr. Central Elementary School); Mark Anthony P. Escol (A.L Navarro National` High School); Alemion P. Flores     (Bernardo Carpio National High School);  Anna Karenina T. Fortuna (LapuLapu ElemenatrySchool); Consuelo D. Guerrero (Sta. Ana Central Elementary School); Celso JR. Gumela (Doña Carmen Denia National High School); Florgie S. Polinar (Doña Carmen Denia National High School); Joselle Mae P. Mabanglo (Catalunan Pequeño National High School);Jorebai C. Polido( Bangoy Natonal High School); 

 

Maripil F. Fayloga (Matina Central Elementary School); Rosille Mae G. Maputi (Osmeña Elementary School); Abram John C. Alontaga (Sta. Ana national High School); Aileen S. Saranillo (A. L. Navarro National High School); Richard N. Escobido (F. Bustamante NHS); Beulah Lyn P. Amper (Doña Carmen Denia Natl HS); Christine F. Pantaleon ( Kapitan Tomas Sr. CES);  Mercy P. Gorgonio ( Baliok ES); Mahalia Sol G. Laroscain (Mabini ES); Catherine L. Pasco (Davao City NHS); James Joel L. Masi ( Davao City NHS);  Arlon S. Vicentino (Davao City NHS); Jemmar M. Jurial (Duterte NHS);  and Tomas M. Alce (A. Pichon ES).

 

The Department of Education Davao City Division spearheaded by the Schools Division Superintendent Dr. Maria Ines C. Asuncion CESO V, with the Assistant Schools Division Superintendents Dr. Emma Camporedondo and Dr. Basilio Mana-ay Jr., in full cooperation with all the offices and schools under the DepEd Division of Davao City, ensure the commitment to continue the fervor in showcasing the talents of educators in the City as well ; to inspire society for the pursuit of honor and excellence.

 

 

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ICT Summit 2018 of the Computer Assisted Learning Philippines (CALCORP) PDF Print E-mail

Joanna Paula M. Cagape


DAVAO CITY—The Computer Assisted Learning Corporation Philippines hosted the ICT Summit 2018 for the Public and Private Sectors at the Malayan Colleges Mindanao and at the Davao Association of Catholic Schools Office, last November16-17, 2018, with the theme, “Success through Synergy.”

 

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According to CAL Philippines, “Information and Communication Technology (ICT) plays a pivotal role in the economic development of any country in the age of the 21st Century. With that, ICT industries have been growing exceptionally fast. Moreover, stakeholders from the business sector are upping their solutions by leading educational institutions in the integration of ICT in the entire learning experience of the students. Computer Assisted Learning (CAL) Philipines has been at the forefront of ICT education in the past twenty years, by providing unique solution to its partner institutions with a well-researched, internationally and locally aligned ICT curriculum that is aimed to prepare students for work after secondary schools.”

altAris B. Juanillo, PhD, MDM, Education Program Supervisor of DepEd-LRMDS, delivers his presentation during the ICT Summit 2018.


“The ICT Summit will have empowered the administrators, schools and students. The ICT-based instruction will enable students to acquire the 21st Century Skills. This will have encouraged teachers to use the multi-media gadgets included in their curriculum, particularly in the private schools; it has been the vision of the private schools,” Dr. Aris B. Juanillo, Education Program Supervisor of the DepEd-Learning Resources and Management Development System, said in an interview.


The following matters were discussed during the ICT Summit: (1) trends in ICT education, (2) roadmap for ICT Education, (3) trends in the job market (DOLE, NEDA), (4) higher education policies on priority programs in relation to the local and national development plans (CHED), (5) certifications and qualifications of the graduates (TESDA), (6) challenges in the implementation of ICT integration, (7) best practices in ICT education with international and local perspectives (Microsoft); and (8) innovations in ICT education (Robotics).


The Department of Education Davao City Division spearheaded by the Schools Division Superintendent Dr. Maria Ines C. Asuncion CESO V, with the Assistant Schools Division Superintendents Dr. Emma Camporedondo CESE and Dr. Basilio Mana-ay Jr., CESE, in full cooperation with all the offices under the DepEd Division of Davao City, has been committed to continue the dynamism to work closely with local and international stakeholders in society to provide quality education for all learners, throughout the years.

 

 
Davao City Athletic Association (DCAA) Meet 2018 PDF Print E-mail

Joanna Paula M. Cagape

DAVAO CITY—The Department of Education Division of Davao City (DepEd), in cooperation with the City Government of Davao, the Philippine Sports Commission, and the DepEd Davao City Sports Division officiated the Davao City Athletic Association (DCAA) Meet 2018 on October 15-20, 2018. alt

The Torch Lighting Ceremonies during the DCAA 2018.

According to Mr. Michael Denton Aportadera, coordinator of the Davao City Sports Development Office, sports is a versatile avenue where athletes can showcase their skills and growth in various disciplines; sports is also a way to foster unity in the community.  “Always look after the welfare of the athletes. The strength of the sporting community is based on their foundation. We want the city to progress. We want the athletes to progress. We want you to progress. Sports is known to unify the country. It is also a best tool for peace. I would like to thank you for being fair and for being good example to the athletes. Always believe in the capacity of human spirit. Always believe in the capacity of the athletes,” Mr. Michael Denton Aportadera, coordinator of the Davao City Sports Development Office, said in his speech.
“In sports, there are winners. There are losers. For the winners, congratulations. For the losers, just do your best next time,” Dr. Wenefredo E. Cagape, Public Schools District Supervisor (PSDS) of Cluster I and the School Head of the Davao City National High School, said in his welcome remarks during the Solidarity Meeting.

 

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Pilot Testing of Public Safety Modules PDF Print E-mail

Joanna Paula M. Cagape
Davao City—The Department of Education Davao City Division spearheaded by the Schools Division Superintendent Maria Ines C. Asuncion, CESO V, in cooperation with the Department of Education-Learning Resources Management and Development System (DepEd-LRMDS), conducted the pilot testing of public safety modules at Sta. Ana National High School and Magallanes Elementary School on November 7, 2018.alt

The discussion on the Public Safety Module at Magallanes Elementary School.

“The module was a great help. As I have observed, the map of Davao City cannot be found in textbooks. As a result, the pupils do not have any idea where the Davao City fault lines are. With the help of this public safety module, pupils at present, will already have a grasp about the geographical and climactic conditions here in Davao City. This public safety module must be included in the curriculum, or integrated in the subject areas such as Science, Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao, and Araling Panlipunan. It is hoped that through this module, learners, in particular, will be fully informed about the necessary measures to be done during calamities and other emergency situations,” Mrs. Merly Sy, one of the demonstration teachers from Magallanes Elementary School, said in an interview.

“We must always be ready, in order to avoid any unfortunate circumstance at the face of calamities. We need to be educated,” John David Angcon, a student from Grade IV-Titanium, said.


 “It was a good thing that we had a pre-conference. It paved the way for the presentation of the content. Because of that, the teacher already had an idea about the possible methods for the execution of teaching.  I am very happy that the teacher used the module excellently; the teacher exceeded my expectations, as the writer of this specific module. To me, this public safety module is most likely ready to be taught in the field. The pupils will surely understand the lessons, concepts, and applications found therein,” Ma’am  Aubrey E. Torrentira said during the post-conference.


According to Dr. Aris B. Juanillo, Education Program Supervisor of DepEd-LRMDS Division of Davao City, the public safety modules shall constantly undergo the processes of a thorough review, re-vision, and finalization before its scheduled launching and distribution to the field by December 2018. “We will ensure the improvement of our modules. That is our main purpose. We will do this for the sake of our students. Para sa bata, Para sa bayan,” Dr. Juanillo said, during the post conference.


The Department of Education Davao City Division spearheaded by the Schools Division Superintendent Dr. Maria Ines C. Asuncion CESO V, with the Assistant Schools Division Superintendents Dr. Emma Camporedondo CESE and Dr. Basilio Mana-ay Jr., CESE ensure their full commitment in creating educational programs in order to ensure the delivery of quality education for all students.


 
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