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MODULE 1

EDUCATIONAL LAWS AND SURVEYS


PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS OF THE
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

POSTASSESSMENT

Teacher Induction Program


Teacher Education Council, Department of Education

TEACHER INDUCTION PROGRAM

POSTASSESSMENT

POSTASSESSMENT
Congratulations on your completion of Module 1. You now have a grasp of
the legal bases of education, educational laws, and the programs and projects of the
Department of Education. You will know more of the school culture and reality check
of teaching as you gain experience in the DepEd system.
You went through the four As of learning; you worked on Activities and Self
Check Questions; you Analyzed as you gave reflective feedback; you made
Abstraction by integrating your thoughts and experiences; and you made a practical
synthesis and Application of the learnings and insights you have gained.
You are now ready for a postassessment as a basis for the evaluation of your
learning performance. This evaluation will be part of your portfolio assessment as a
teacher and continuing professional development to be monitored by your principal /
department head.
Credit points shall be given to each item as follows:
1 20 points
2 10 points
3 10 points
4 5 points
5 5 points
6 5 points

92 100 Excellent (E)


84 91 Very Satisfactory (VS)
76 83 Satisfactory Plus (SP)
68 75 Satisfactory (S)
60 67 Moderately Satisfactory (MS)
0 59 Needs Reinforcement (NR)

7 10 points
8 10 points
9 5 points
10 10 points
11 - 5 points
12 - 5 points
Total = 100 points
MODULE 1: Educational Laws, Programs, and
Projects of the Department of Education

TEACHER INDUCTION PROGRAM

POSTASSESSMENT

1. Write the corresponding letter of the correct answer on the blank provided. The
Answer Key is in a separate booklet.
a. Education Act of 1982

i. R.A. No. 7784

q. SEDIP

b. R.A. No. 7160

j. CFSS

r. School- Based

c. SRS-DLP

k. R.A. No. 7836

d. STEP

l. Accreditation

e. R.A. No. 9155

m. Sec. 2, Article XIV

f. EDCOM

Management
s. Sec. 5 (4) Article XIV

of the Constitution

g. Sec. 3, Article XIV of the


Constitution
h. Adopt-a-School Program

of the Constitution
t. Library Hub

n. BEAM
o. PCER
p. Brigada Eskwela

____ 1.1.

Mandates system of scholarship grants and student loan programs

____ 1.2.

Requires parents permission for students to attend religious


instruction in public schools

____ 1.3.

Recommends the establishment of a one-year Pre-Baccalaureate


System

____ 1.4.

Stipulates the accountability of teachers for the efficient and effective


attainment of specified learning objectives

____ 1.5.

Recommends the use of the vernacular and Filipino as the medium


of instruction for basic education

____ 1.6.

Mandates the making of the annual budget constituting the Special


Education Fund by the local government units

____ 1.7.

Mandates the formulation of policies and standards that will improve


the system of teacher education

____ 1.8.

Provides for the licensing of teachers with and without examination

____ 1.9.

Specifies the Principle of Shared Governance

____ 1.10. Focuses specifically on basic education in Regions IX, XI, and
ARMM

MODULE 1: Educational Laws, Programs, and


Projects of the Department of Education

TEACHER INDUCTION PROGRAM

POSTASSESSMENT

____ 1.11. Serves as joint project of UNICEF and DepED


____ 1.12. Provides comprehensive plan of action to improve science education
____ 1.13. Evaluates the school culture, curriculum, learning outcomes, and
school and community partnership
____ 1.14. Provides basic education to communities in areas of conflict
____ 1.15. Mobilizes support from the private and non-government sectors
____ 1.16 Serves as a key to unlocking the challenge of literacy
____ 1.17 States the right of teachers to professional advancement
____ 1.18 Aims to increase the equity of access to quality secondary education
____ 1.19 Harnesses parent- community school partnership
____ 1.20 Clarifies devolution of powers and active participation of the
community

2. The Philippine Constitution mandates that the state shall establish a complete,
adequate, and integrated system of education.
Describe a system of education that is:

complete

adequate

integrated

3. Explain this statement: The schools shall be the heart of the formal education
system.

MODULE 1: Educational Laws, Programs, and


Projects of the Department of Education

TEACHER INDUCTION PROGRAM

POSTASSESSMENT

4. You are informed of the DepED Integrated Scholarship Program during the
summer break. Write a letter to the Schools Division Superintendent requesting
that you be recommended to the program. Refer to the organizational structures
of your school and division for the communication flow of your request.

5. Teaching is a profession; you are licensed as a professional teacher. Give five


qualities that make you a professional.
a.

b.

c.

d.

e.

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Projects of the Department of Education

TEACHER INDUCTION PROGRAM

6.

POSTASSESSMENT

Identify the roles of the home and the school in a Child-Friendly School.
Home

School

1.

1.

2.

2.

3.

3.

4.

4.

5.

5.

7. The Schools First Initiative mobilizes the parents, the local government units, and
the communities as school partners in delivering quality education. Interview the
aforecited partners on their possible contributions to the development of the
school as a community of learning. Write a report on your interview citing the
pledges and commitments of the school partners to achieve enhancement of and
more resources for learning.
8. Optional religious instruction refers to the religion classes conducted in the public
elementary and high school for students or pupils whose parents opted to
exercise their right to request religious instruction in public schools for their
children or wards. Discuss your duties and responsibilities as a teacher in relation
to optional religious instruction.

These caselets are reality checks in teaching.


MODULE 1: Educational Laws, Programs, and
Projects of the Department of Education

TEACHER INDUCTION PROGRAM

POSTASSESSMENT

Put a check mark () in the box corresponding to your experience in the public
school.
This is your
first year of teaching
second year of teaching
third year of teaching
You taught for ____ years in a private school.

9. On your first year of teaching, you had 45 pupils in the enrolment list. Five came
in as transferees after a month. You now have 50 learners but there were only 45
desks in the classroom. You have distributed the textbooks; hence, you have
nothing more for the five new comers.
Give a step-by-step procedure on how you will solve the problem.

10. In October of the same school year, 10 pupils dropped out. You made a home
visit. Six families have left their temporary homes. The pupils did not return the
books; four pupils were helping in the farm. The parents were not interested to
have the pupils back in school. Towards the end of the school year, two more
dropped out; 38 remained but three were still non-readers.

Write a journal of activities on how you can:

convince the parents to have pupils go back to school

help the non-readers

get relief from the lost books

MODULE 1: Educational Laws, Programs, and


Projects of the Department of Education

TEACHER INDUCTION PROGRAM

POSTASSESSMENT

11. When school opened in June, you were assigned as a facilitator in a remedial
class in Mathematics.

You are not a major in mathematics so you feel

inadequate to do the task.

Will you refuse the assignment? Why? Why not? What training do you need
if you accept the assignment?

12. Consider the list of projects being implemented in your school.

In what activities can you participate in to contribute to the successful


implementation of the project? Be specific with your answers.

MODULE 1: Educational Laws, Programs, and


Projects of the Department of Education