School Enrollment is now ongoing!
Col. E. De Leon Elementary School 136761-Pqc joins the National Learning Camp 2023
Tara Na! Learning Camp Tayo!
See you Campers!
August 29, 2023
Opening of Classes
September 5-October 5, 2023
|National Teachers’ Month|
|October 26-27,2023||First Quarter Examination|
ALS – MALE: 1 FEMALE: 1 TOTAL: 2
Education is dynamic. It is continually evolving with the times and needs of each learner that is why In-Service Training (INSET) has been considered crucial to the continuing and further developing the skills of the teachers professionally to provide quality teaching and learning in the classroom. As much as teachers would also like to take a much-needed rest like their students, the mid-year break is used for a greater purpose: as opportunity to enhance their competencies.
With reference to DepEd Order No. 34, s. 2022 titled “School Calendar and Activities for the School Year 2022-2023, the Midyear In-Service Training was scheduled on February 6-10, 2023. The five-day mid-year break was spent in the conduct of the Midyear Performance Review and Evaluation. The first two days was focused on the performance review and evaluation of each teacher to determine his strength and weaknesses to improve in his work. Furthermore, it is also used to assess the progress in the implementation of the school’s various programs, projects, and activities. Col E. De Leon Elementary School (CEDLES) has six active programs: Project RAISE, TOUCH, DRIVE, IMATH, HUB and ELITE which are manned by different coordinators with their members. Together, they presented each projects’ mid-year accomplishments. The last three days was devoted to the conduct of important school-based activities such as lectures and preparation of instructional materials.
The matrix of activities of CEDLES is anchored on the identified training and development needs which is the result of the Electronic Self-Assessment Tool (eSAT) of the teachers and the priority indicators for the School Year 2022-2023. The topics discussed were the following: Test Construction, Action Research, Social Emotional Learning, Socio-Economic Learning, Basic First Aid, Learning and Development, teaching MAPEH and Preparation of Instructional Materials. Some of the resource speakers were home-based while some were sourced not just from SDO Parañaque but outside the division. They are the following: Dr. Edwin S. Doria, Dr. Leah Sudsakorn, Dr. Lucila Cruz, Eiselle Rose P. Pablo, Amalia R. Miranda, Jescyl A. Oserin and Armilene Mendoza.
Throughout the duration of the training the Human Resource Development Team of the division were deployed to monitor the conduct of the activities.
As an educator, there is no such thing as “We are done with studying!” For them learning is a continuous process to promote professional improvement, to be involved in participative and collaborative learning and to keep them abreast of new knowledge. Truly, they are at the center of any advancement effort in the educational system. Growth and development of teachers equals increased capacity of the students to learn. As the adage says, “You cannot teach, what you do not know.
-LUCILLE T. MENDEZ