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Post by Admin on Wed Aug 12, 2015 1:08 pm

13.08.2015

WHAT IS THE FIRST THING THAT POPS IN YOUR MIND WHEN YOU HEAR K12? WHY?



The Department of Education (DepEd) expects around 21.49 million students in over 45,000 public schools alone to conquer the new school year.






For this school year 2012-2013, which also marks the start of the K-12 program that adds adds two more years in the curriculum.









While the lack of resources that students need in school has been a perennial problem, Education Secretary Armin Luistro said in a presentation in March that these are being addressed. Indeed, the number of classrooms, teachers, and sanitation facilities has been increased. But they are still not enough.


According to DepEd, there is an estimated classroom backlog of 66,800 in public schools, and a backlog of 124,286 toilets for the school year 2012-2013.




WHAT IS THE FIRST THING THAT POPS IN YOUR MIND WHEN YOU HEAR K12? WHY?


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Re: K12 Issues

Post by jaytina on Thu Aug 13, 2015 12:28 pm

it is about more adding years in high school levels . . . hehehe

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Post by yanayey on Thu Aug 13, 2015 12:48 pm

it bothers me on what will be the condition of those indigenous group of people on the native lands and mountains on how they will going to face the big innovation on Education. Are we really ready for this?

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Post by isay on Thu Aug 13, 2015 1:30 pm

no, we are not really ready but this kind of program is very important to start new development in education. if we don't start now when? i just want to share that everything came from scratch.

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Re: K12 Issues

Post by Admin on Thu Aug 13, 2015 2:01 pm

yes, isay is right.
But it is important to be prepare. the first person that will suffer this impulsive move is the teachers. they don't have enough materials to use in teaching. and it hard to adapt in new curriculum with minimal information about it.

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Re: K12 Issues

Post by B@D on Sun Aug 16, 2015 7:15 pm

Adding of school years,,, at isa ako sa mga taong agree sa issue na ito,,dahil para po sakin kung atin talagang pag-uukulan ng pansin ang mga bagay na maaaring idulot ng K12,,masa2bi natin na maganda nga ang maaaring maging bunga ng K12 hindi lamang sa mga estudyante kundi para sa lahat

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Post by Heart Strong on Sun Aug 16, 2015 7:29 pm

First thing that comes on my mind is that mahirap to para sa condition ng country naten kase wala pang sapat na budgetsa mga public schools dahil di naman basta basta ang Kto12. Yes may advantage but mas madaming dis-advantage for this issues and like what the admin says here, mahirap yun sa mga teachers kase wala pang sapat na training para sa kanila.

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Re: K12 Issues

Post by IanCruz on Sun Aug 16, 2015 7:50 pm

the First thing that came to my mind after seeing this post is that, it is something our country need to destroy the ideology that a person needs to be a degree holder is someone that will later be secure and stable in his/her life, and someone who didn't finished college is someone who will have a hard time in surviving in the future, even though it seems a bad idea in the beginning, in the later times, it could possibly prove that it was right and even help in improving the people of this country.

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Post by iramae1999 on Sun Aug 16, 2015 10:28 pm

yung unang narinig ko po yang K12 PROGRAM, ANG NAISIP PO AGAD ay mahihirapan ang mga estudyante at parang unfair naman po sa mga naka tapos na ..
pero when i have a knowledge about K12, i suddenly realized that i should agree to this program po kasi yung mga nasa public schools na students at yung hindi po makakaya na makapg enrol sa mga Universities, may chance po sila na makapag aral at depende pa po yung 2 years na yun sa gusto nila in the future.
And halos lahat naman po kasi ng bansa sa South-east asia, 6 years sa secondary, kaya parang nalelate na po yung educational level natin sa iba..
According to our Social Studies Teacher when we are in 3rd year high school, tama naman po yun para makasabay yung pilipinas sa curriculum ng iba at para hindi naman po maiwan ang pilipinas pagdating sa Education..

Sana po makatulong po yung opinion ko..thank you po, ang ganda nung topic ehh,,napahaba po Smile))

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Re: K12 Issues

Post by AnaQ on Mon Aug 17, 2015 8:01 am

Hi ... hello.

Hindi ko alam kung maswerte ako na hindi ako nabutan nito at malas mga kapatid ko dahil sapul sila.

I have already understand K12 program .. since my brother are in K12.

Hmm it is alright though I know that it is unnecessary to passed a student without learning enough.
I know that I will be affected because I'm going to be a future educator .. I will do my best for my student to passed with flying colors.
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Re: K12 Issues

Post by ruberto on Mon Aug 17, 2015 8:55 am

at first i thought K-12 is a very good program because students will be able to get a certificate at an early age that she /he might use to apply for a job.. but as i went into its details, i really disagree with the other rules such... teachers cannot give a failing mark to his student even if he /she really deserves it and that is embarrassing..

as a future teacher that rule is crazy!!!

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Re: K12 Issues

Post by erjana on Mon Aug 17, 2015 9:12 am

jaytina wrote:it is about more adding years in high school levels . . . hehehe

and it's kinda' exhausting to think. Smile

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Re: K12 Issues

Post by sasasa on Mon Aug 17, 2015 9:22 am

I disagree with it because I'm one of the million student who suffer it. unlike my older sister they just have four years to finish their secondary level.. Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad


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Post by sasasa on Mon Aug 17, 2015 9:23 am

ruberto wrote:at first i thought K-12 is a very good program because students will be able to get a certificate at an early age that she /he might use to apply for a job.. but as i went into its details, i really disagree with the other rules such... teachers cannot give a failing mark to his student even if he /she really deserves it and that is embarrassing..

as a future teacher that rule is crazy!!!
yeah. i also disagree with that policy because i always thought 'what if the student did not deserve in passing grade?' he can't compete in the next grade level if he don't have enough knowledge about the passed lessons right? how he can be productive and help our economic growth?

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Re: K12 Issues

Post by MugiwaraPirates on Mon Aug 17, 2015 9:39 am


WHAT IS THE FIRST THING POP IN YOUR MIND WHEN YOU HEAR K12? WHY?
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I'm not against about the implementation of the New Education Curriculum eventhough it have disadvantages because for me any curriculum starts from many disadvantages yet our society finds way to solved it. Just like the K-12, yes we have lack of time of preparations but for me preparations can be done during the implementations because we only see the deficiency if we already applied it. Furthemore, if that curriculum will not be implemented soon, it only waste time and money that get from people's pocket.  
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Re: K12 Issues

Post by mariagemmadenise on Mon Aug 17, 2015 9:55 am

The implementation of the k-12 Philippine Basic Education Curriculum has the goal to improve the quality of basic education we have in our country. We can see the good intention of our government in implementing this type of educational system. Most of us if not all are aware that Philippines is one of the three remaining countries in the world that has a ten-year basic education. We perceived that the government wanted to implement this type of educational system because they want to produce more competitive, skilled and productive Filipinos. We learned that many of the Filipino graduates who are outside the country are not recognized as professionals due to our present educational system, they view the ten-year education system insufficient. Smile Laughing

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Re: K12 Issues

Post by emjay on Mon Aug 17, 2015 10:20 am

una, against ako sa K12 kasi unfair nga sa mga naka graduate na pero ngayon hindi na kasi makakatulong din ito sa mga batang hindi kayang magpaaral ng magulang sa College. Sa K12 mas maraming matutunan.

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Re: K12 Issues

Post by Sera on Mon Aug 17, 2015 10:22 am

First thing that pops on my mind about K-12?

I think the question "were the schools ready enough for this implementation?"

Though most of the schools today say that they are ready for K-12, I doubt that all of the schools would be able to handle this because of the new policies that changed the way how education is given to the students.

There are lot of facilities that is considered lacking even before the implementation of K-12, the number of classrooms in some provinces is not enough to handle the increasing number of students per year.

I guess, DepEd should do something about this and help schools in order to resolve different problems that arise during its implementation.

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Re: K12 Issues

Post by Admin Meann on Mon Aug 17, 2015 10:32 am

Addition of years , another expenses and many problems with regards to education correlating this program ...

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Post by Admin Meann on Mon Aug 17, 2015 10:42 am

Addition of years , another expenses and many problems with regards to education correlating this program ...

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Post by Admin on Mon Aug 17, 2015 10:47 am

Sera wrote:First thing that pops on my mind about K-12?

I think the question "were the schools ready enough for this implementation?"

Though most of the schools today say that they are ready for K-12, I doubt that all of the schools would be able to handle this because of the new policies that changed the way how education is given to the students.

There are lot of facilities that is considered lacking even before the implementation of K-12, the number of classrooms in some provinces is not enough to handle the increasing number of students per year.

I guess, DepEd should do something about this and help schools in order to resolve different problems that arise during its implementation.
As you can see, the our country is not ready in this implementation but I asked 'First thing that pops on my mind about K-12?' because there are a opinion or question that will pop in our mind when it comes to K12.
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Re: K12 Issues

Post by emjay on Mon Aug 17, 2015 11:02 am

MugiwaraPirates wrote:
WHAT IS THE FIRST THING POP IN YOUR MIND WHEN YOU HEAR K12? WHY?


I'm not against about the implementation of the New Education Curriculum eventhough it have disadvantages because for me any curriculum starts from many disadvantages yet our society finds way to solved it. Just like the K-12, yes we have lack of time of preparations but for me preparations can be done during the implementations because we only see the deficiency if we already applied it. Furthemore, if that curriculum will not be implemented soon, it only waste time and money that get from people's pocket.  
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you're right.. but if we don't start now when? yes, it maybe difficult at first but we as a Filipino we know that we can do it..

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Post by judedominguinao@gmail.com on Mon Aug 17, 2015 5:41 pm

The perfect thing we can say about the advantage of this program is for the student to be able to receive a certificate that will help their employment for the future. As observed, some Filipino Highschool graduates weren't able to go to colleges/universities because of financial need. So a program like this will truly help these people. Preparation? A good preparation for the program can be done with a good leader(government) and a good follower who actually refer to us. And as far as I know there are FUTURE EDUCATORS which are under training to take care of the future student of the country.P.S. My general opinion : A productive economy will be produced by A GOOD TEACHER and A GOOD LISTENER. thanks Smile)

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Re: K12 Issues

Post by supermaria on Mon Aug 17, 2015 6:19 pm

Nung una po naming narinig na may Kto12 na, una pong pumasok sa isip namin, parang ang saya kasi magiging advance yung knowledge ng mga estudyante sa bawat subjects. Then makakasabay tayo sa curriculum ng ibang bansa, pero para po sa ibang magulang na ang anak ay nag-aaral sa public schools, eh parang mahirap po sakanila na i-enroll yung mga anak nila sa mga schools kung madagdagan ng 2 years yung pag-aaral nila dahil din po sa financial poblems.

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Post by JedMendoza on Mon Aug 17, 2015 6:37 pm

Additional 2 years of studying of the students in order to be globally competitive.

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