DepEd Advisory No. 358, s. 2011 In compliance with DepED Order No. 39, s. 2009 this Advisory is issued for the information of DepEd officials and employees (Visit DepEd website at www.deped.gov.ph) July 28, 2011
PHILIPPINE INDIGENOUS TRIBAL GAMES: MAN A-AYAM FESTIVAL
The Linangan Kultura Produksyon will host the Philippine Indigenous Tribal Games: Mananayan Festival on October 2011 in Baguio City with the following event:
1. Man A-ayam (Sportsmanship);
“Indigenous Tribal Games”
Archery competition using traditional bow and arrow, javelin spear throwing, blowpipe competition, foot race, and dug out canoe race
2. Talyaw (Glimpse); and
A glimpse on Indigenous People’s (IP’s) dance and music performances, arts and crafts demonstrations, lecture-demostrations on indigenous games, and sales exhibits
3. Pabuya (Exhibit).
Arts and Crafts and Sales Exhibit
The activity aims to: (1) bring together different cultural communities in the Northern Philippines through sports; (2) preserve traditional culture; and (3) introduce to modern society, especially to the youth, the indigeneous peoples as important members of the community highlighting their role as guardians of natural biodiversity.
For more information, contact Ms. Melinda Villa del Rey, Project Coordinator at telephone no.: (02) 668-6957; mobile phone no.: 0928-6321-806 or send a message through e-mail address: email@example.com.
D-MCR/DA-Phil. Indigenous Tribal Games July 25,2011
DepEd Advisory No. 362 , s. 2011 In compliance with DepED Order No. 39, s. 2009 This advisory is issued for the information of DepEd officials and personnel (visit DepEd website at www.deped.gov.ph) July 28, 2011
SUPER KIDS 2011 CONFERENCE AND EXHIBITION
The Primetrade Asia, Inc. in partnership with Potencia, Inc. will hold the Super Kids 2011 Conference and Exhibition with special topic on Children and the 21st Century on September 16-17, 2011 at the Function 3, 3rd Floor SMX Convention Center, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City.
The conference and exhibit aim to:
(1) enhance the learning and teaching strategies of the participants so that they can work better and become more effective facilitators of the children in their journey through the path of life; and
(2) highlight issues on early childhood and parenting, that impact on the development of today’s young Filipino learners. The two-day event wll feature new insights, ideas and learnings that will enhance and hone the strengths of parents, teachers and adults who work with children.
The teachers and students from both public and private schools are invited to attend said conference and exhibit.
For more information, contact Ms. Ma. Carolina G. De Ocampo, President, Potencia, Inc. or Ms. Hannah Sarmiento at telephone nos.: (02) 897-0139/(02) 8952966 or visit the Primetrade Asia, Inc. Office at the 5/F Accelerando Building, 395 Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue, Barangay Bel-Air, 1209, Makati City.
Rhea/DA- Super Kids 2011 July 27, 2011
DepEd ADVISORY No. 360, s. 2011 In compliance with DepED Order No. 39, s. 2009 this advisory is issued for the information of DepEd officials and personnel (visit DepEd website at www.deped.gov.ph) July 28, 2011
CORY, THE MUSICAL STAGE PLAY
The St. James College of Quezon City will hold the first musical play entitled “Cory, The Musical” on August 20, 2011 at 2:00 p.m., Meralco Theater, Meralco Avenue, Pasig City.
The musical focuses on the love story of Cory and Ninoy Aquino on how their love for each other blossomed and became a source of strength amidst the many challenges which their family have faced. It also presents the beginnings of a couple who were later hailed as icons of Filipino freedom and democracy.
The high school and college students are invited to watch the play.
For more information, visit Ms. Marichelle “Mache” M. Torres, Director, Jaime Torres Educational Foundation, Inc., Founder, Mache Torres Advocacy and Leadership Programs or Mr. Emil David Ackerman, Founder and President, Irving Ackerman Memorial foundation, Inc. at St. James College of Quezon City, 736 Tandang Sora Avenue corner Mindanao Avenue, Quezon City or contact her at telephone nos.: (02) 926-3930/(02) 926-3931.
-MCR/DA-Corv, the Musical July 25, 2011
DepEd Advisory No. 356, s. 2011 In compliance with DepED Order No. 39, s. 2009 this Advisory is issued for the information of DepEd officials and employees (Visit DepEd website at www.deped.gov.ph) July 28, 2011
ANNOUNCING THE NAPSSHIL SCHOLARS FOR SY 2011-2012
The National Association of Public Secondary Schools of the Philippines (NAPSSHIL) in coordination with the Bureau of Secondary Education (BSE) sponsored the Scholarship Program as announced in DepEd Advisory No. 47, s. 2011 dated February 1, 2011 and DepEd Advisory No. 123, s. 2011 dated March 15, 2011.
The competitive examination was conducted nationwide on April 17, 2011. Listed below are the names, regions, and the corresponding ratings of the successful applicants:
1. Leonivic Grace B. Felicidad
2. Emelinda C. Abu
3. Jennifer B. Barcoma
4. Richard P. Riobaldez
Each of the abovementioned scholars shall receive Fifty Thousand Pesos
(PhP50,000.0) in cash, broken down as follows:
Tuition and Miscellaneous Fees - PhP25,000.00
Book Allowance - PhP5,000.00
Thesis Writing - PhP20,000.00
(upon submission of approved thesis proposal)
For more information, contact Mr. Warlito D. Rosareal, President, NAPSSPHIL at telephone no.: (034) 444-1186 and mobile phone no.: 0910-4296-428 or Ms. Lourdes C. Ilagan, Senior Education Program Specialist, Bureau of Secondary Education (BSE) at telephone no.: (02) 636-5173 or visit the DepEd website: www.deped.gov.ph.
R-MCR / DA-BSE-NAPSSPHIL July 22, 2011
DepEd ADVISORY No. 359, s. 2011 In compliance with DepED Order No. 39, s. 2009 this advisory is issued for the information of DepEd officials and personnel (visit DepEd website at www.deped.gov.ph) July 28, 2011
ORIENTATION ON PROJECT SHELTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION (DEPED)
The Luzon Regional Council Public Services Labor Independent Confederation (PSLINK) will conduct the Orientation on Project Shelter of the Department of Education (DepEd) on the following dates and venues:
|August 3, 2011||Romblon State University (RSU), Odiongan, Romblon||Principals and Faculty Association Officers of DepEd Odiongan North and South district, faculty association of Romblon State University (RSU) and association officers of LGU of Odiongan, Samar, Samar|
|August 5, 2011||
|Officers and members of the association of LGU Romblon and Principals and faculty officers and teachers of DepEd Romblon District|
|August 19, 2011||Puerto Princesa City, Palawan||Employees of City Health and employees of LGU of Puerto Princesa City, Narra, Palawan, CENRO and Principals and faculty association officers of DepEd Puerto Princesa City Districts I, II and III.|
For more information, visit Ms. Nery N. Buban, PSLINK Luzon Regional Council Secretariat at No. 15 Clarion Lily Street, Saint Dominic Subdivision I, Congressional Ave., Brgy. Bahay Toro, Project 6, Quezon City or contact her at telefax no.: (+632) 9244710; or at mobile phone nos.: 0917-786-8193; 0927-204-7762 or send a message through e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
D: Sally/MCR-DA orientation on deped project shelter July 25, 2011/07-26-11
DepEd Advisory No. 357 , s. 2011 In compliance with DepED Order No. 39, s. 2009 this Advisory is issued for the information of DepEd officials and employees (Visit DepEd website at www.deped.gov.ph) July 28, 2011
CALL FILIPINO YOUTH MOVEMENT AND EM3 EVENT AND TALENT RESOURCE
The Call for Filipino Youth Movement (CFYM) and EM3 Event and Talent Resource announce the conduct of the following events for School Year 2011-2012:
“Mga Batang Upos” for Filipino/Social Studies/History/Values Education subjects Adaptation of “Bay an Ko” for Filipino/Social Stu dies/History/Rizal subjects
“Bahay-Bahayan, Buhay Pinoy” for Filipino/Social Studies /Values Education subjects Adaptation of “Ang Landas” for Filipino/Psychology/Social Arts subjects
“Karma” for Filipino/Psychology/Social Studies/Arts subjects “Hugis” for Filipino/Values Education/Humanities subjects “Ang Luntiang Paraiso ni Tikoy” for Pre-school up to Grade School …and other English and seasonal plays
Lakbay Aral Program; and
“Heritage Tour to Angono Rizal”/”Heritage Tour to Laguna” “Heritage Tour to Bulacan”/”Heritage Tour to Vigan” and more…
Campus Leadership Trainings, Team Building, Seminars and Symposia, Educational Film Showings, Campus Concert Productions, and other school programs.
For more information, contact Ms. Josephine Bonnevie, Marketing Director, CFYM at No. 22 Lopez Avenue, Meralco Village, Binangonan, Rizal at mobile phone no.: 0917-8608-865 or send a message through e-mail address: call_filipino_youth_movement@yahoo. com.
-MCR/DA-CFYM2011 July 22, 2011
15th National Administrators Congress of the Private Secondary School Administrators Association of the Philippines (PRISSAAP)
DepEd Advisory No. 361, s. 2011 In compliance with DepED Order No. 39, s. 2009 this Advisory is issued for the information of DepEd officials and employees (Visit DepEd website at www.deped.gov.ph) July 28, 2011
15th NATIONAL ADMINISTRATORS CONGRESS OF THE PRIVATE SECONDARY SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS ASSOCIATION OF THE PHILIPPINES (PRISSAAP)
The Private Secondary School Administrators Association of the Philippines (PRISSAAP) will hold its 15th National Administrators Congress with the theme “Crystalizing the Administrators’ Role in Raising Educational Standards: Knowing Beyond the 2010 SEC Implementation, K to 12 Reform, and UbD Framework Adoption -A Must for School Leaders,” on August 4-6, 2011 at the Royal Mandaya Hotel along J. Palma Gil Street, Davao City.
The registration fee is Four Thousand Five Hundred Pesos (PhP4,500.00) which will be charged to each participant inclusive of board and lodging, seminar kit and materials. Payments for the Congress in Manager’s Check or Postal Money Order (PMO) is also accepted but should be addressed to PRISSAAP.
The following are also authorized to receive payments for the PRISSAAP Administrators Congress:
Mrs. Roni Mines
PRISSAAP Region XI, Secretary
c/o Assumption College of Davao
Agdao, Davao City
Mobile Phone No.: 0906-4935-484
Telephone No.: (082) 225-0722
Fax No.: (082) 226-3202___________
Mrs. Dixie B. Gutierrez
PRISSAAP Region XI, Treasurer
c/o Davao Wisdom Academy
F. Torres Street, Davao City
Mobile Phone No.: 0921-6126-775
Telephone No.: (082) 225-0164
Fax No.: (082) 222-4225___________
Participants must be informed in advance that meals and accommodation, before check-in and after check-out, shall be charged to personal funds.
For more information, contact Rev. Exequiel Guanzon, PRISSAAP, National President at mobile phone no.: 0917-8064-103; Mrs. Ma. Lita Montalban, PRISSAAP Vice President for Mindanao at telephone no.: 301-0638, and Mrs. Jose Cementina, PRISSAAP Vice President for Region XI at telephone no.: 305-0791.
R-MCR/ DA-PRISSAAP July 20, 2011
DepEd ADVISORY No. 355, s. 2011 In compliance with DepED Order No. 39, s. 2009 this advisory is issued for the information of DepEd officials and personnel (visit DepEd website at www.deped.gov.ph) July 28, 2011
IKA-22 PAMBANSANG KUMPERENSIYA SA KASAYSAYAN AT KALINANGAN
Ang Asosasyon ng mga Dalubhasa, may Hilig at Interes sa Kasaysayan (ADHIKA) ng Pilipinas, Inc. ay magdaraos ng Ika-22 Pambansang Kumperensiya sa Kasaysayan at Kalinangan na may temang “Paglawod/Pagsugba: Paglalayag sa Kasaysayan at Kalinangang Pilipino sa Nobyembre 28-30, 2011 sa Lungsod ng Butuan, Agusan del Norte.
Layunin ng ADHIKA na pag-ibayuhin ang pananaliksik at pagbabahagi ng kaalaman sa kasaysayan ng Pilipinas.
Ang mga propesor, guro, mananaliksik at mag-aaral ng kasaysayan ay inaanyayahang dumalo sa gawaing ito
Ang mga dadalo ay magbabayad ng rehistrasyon na nagkakahalaga ng Tatlong Libong Piso (PhP3,000.00) para sa kit, nakalimbag na programa, kumplimentaryong lathalain, kasama na ang lakbay-aral, tatlong tanghalian at anim na meryenda para sa tatlong araw na kumperensiya.
Para sa mga katanungan at paglilinaw, tawagan o sulatan ang mga sumusunod:
Dr. Lars Raymund C. Ubaldo
Pangulo ng ADHIKA ng Pilipinas, Inc. lars email@example.com
History Department, De La Salle University-Manila Telepono Big.: 0906-2661-070
Prop. Ma. Reina Boro-Magbanua
Kalihim ng ADHIKA ng Pilipinas, Inc. ben g 158(£>vahoo. com
Department of Social Sciences, UP Los Banos Telepono Big.: 0915-3002-297
ADA/MPPD/DA-ika-22 pambansang kumperensiya sa kasaysayan at kalinangan
July 25, 2011/7-26
2011 Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP) Graduate School of Public and Development Management (GSPDM) Master’s Degree Programs
DepEd ADVISORY No. 354. s. 2011 In compliance with DepED Order No. 39, s. 2009 this advisory is issued for the information of DepEd officials and personnel (visit DepEd website at www.deped.gov.ph) July 28, 2011
2011 DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY OF THE PHILIPPINES (DAP) GRADUATE SCHOOL OF PUBLIC AND DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT (GSPDM) MASTER’S DEGREE PROGRAMS
The Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP) Graduate School of Public and Development Management (GSPDM) announces its 2011 Master’s Degree Programs. The GSPDM is committed to institutionalizing innovative approaches of learning and capacity building as its contribution to meeting the challenges in governance, development and security in the country.
It has been implementing learning approaches which are experiential and practitioner-oriented. Its programs have been challenging students to see their own experiences in the light of broad strategic conceptions and to develop creative solutions and directions for their respective institutions.
At present, the GSPDM comprises three institutes, each with its own distinctive set of products and services:
Institute of Productivity and Quality (IPQ)
Institute of Public Management (IPM)
Knowledge Resource Institute (KRI)
|Master in Productivity and Quality Management (MPQM)||Master in Public Management (MPM)||Special Courses: Graduate Diploma and Certificate Courses|
|Master in Productivity and Quality Management Major in Microfinance (MPQM-M)||Executive Doctorate in Education Leadership (EDEL)||Executive Coaching Program|
For further details, visit the GSPDM-DAP at DAP Bldg., San Miguel Avenue, Ortigas Center, Pasig City, or contact this Office at telephone nos.: (02) 633-5569, 631-2167, 631-2119, 631-2171 or 631-0921 to 30 local 175, 158, 167, 105 or send a message through e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website: www.dap.edu.ph.
ADA/ MPPD/ DA-dap gspdm master’s degree programs July 22, 2011/
DepEd Advisory No. 363 , s. 2011 In compliance with DepED Order No. 39, s. 2009 This advisory is issued for the information of DepEd officials and personnel (visit DepEd website at www.deped.gov.ph) July 28, 2011
PROJECT TEACH-4-U: TEACHING FOR UNDERSTANDING
(A Three-Module Seminar-Writeshop)
The Center for Continuing Education and Educational Leadership (CCEEL) of the Philippine Normal University (PNU) will hold the Project Teach-4-U: Teaching for Understanding, a three (3) module seminar-writeshop for basic education teachers on three (3) weekends: July 30-31, August 13-14 and August 27-28, 2011 at the PNU Cafe, HRD Building , PNU, Taft Avenue, Manila.
The seminar aims to focus on the development of contextualized Understanding by Design (UbD)-based instructional guides for various content areas across levels.
The topic per module are the following:
|July 30-31, 2011||Defining Standards, Enduring Understanding and Formulating Essential Questions|
|2||August 13-14, 2011||Determining Evidences of Understanding, Developing Scoring Rubrics and Other Assessment Techniques|
|3||August 27-28, 2011||Designing Experiences for Understanding: Explore, Firm-Up, Deepen and Transfer (ExFUDeT) and Acquisition, Meaning-Making, and Transfer (AMT) Strategies|
The elementary and secondary school teachers from both public and private are invited to attend this activity.
A registration fee, which includes workshop kit, certificate and snacks, is as follows:
|Single Module Module 1Module 2
|PhPl,500.00 (Before July 28, 2011PhPl,500.00 (Before August 11, 2011)
PhPl,500.00 (Before August 25, 2011)
|PhPl,800.00 (On July 30, 2011)PhPl,800.00 (On August 13, 2011)
PhPl,800.00 (On August 27, 2011)
For more information, visit the Project Teach-4-U Secretariat, CCEEL, Room 104 Orata Hall, PNU, Taft Avenue, Manila or contact at telephone nos.: (02) 302-7769, mobile phone nos.: 0927-654-0620 and 0949-835-9044 or send a message through email address: pnucceel(o)vahoo.com; email@example.com.
Rhea/DA-Proiect Teach-4-U July 23, 2011