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SESSION GUIDE Template(following 4As)

Session Title: Educational Laws and Issuances


Duration 1 hour
Objectives Terminal Objective:

Newly-hired teaching and non-teaching personnel will be able to practice and observe the provisions of the following educational laws and issuances in the course
of their day to day work in their respective stations or workplace viz:
1. RA 7836
2. Education Act of 1982
3. Family Code of the Philippines
4. Campus Journalism Act
5. Anti-Sexual Harassment Act of 1995

Enabling Objectives:

At the end of the activity the participants will be able to:

1. Gain knowledge and information on the provisions of the different educational laws and issuances. (Knowledge)
2. Apply the provisions of the different educational laws and issuances to their day to day practice of their profession. (Skill)
3. Develop a positive attitude towards their profession by religiously following the provisions of the different educational laws and issuances. (Attitude)

Key Understanding At the end of the session, participants will be able to gain knowledge of the following key understandings to wit:
to be developed
1. RA 7836 or Philippine Teachers Professionalism Act of 1994 is an act to Strengthen the Regulation and Supervision of the practice of teaching in the
Philippines and prescribing a Licensure Examination for Teachers and for other purposes.
2. Education Act of 1982 or RA 232 is an act providing for the establishment and maintenance of an integrated system of education. This act shall apply to
and govern both formal and non-formal system in public and private schools in all levels of the entire educational system.
3. The Family Code of the Philippines (Executive Order no. 209) was signed into law by then President Corazon Aquino on July 6, 1987. The basic law
covering persons and family relations governs marriages, legal separations, property relations between spouses, and parental authority, among others.
4. Campus Journalism Act of 1991 or RA 7079 is an act providing for the development and promotion of Campus Journalism and for other purposes.
5. Anti-Sexual Harassment Act of 1995 or RA 7877 is an Act Declaring Sexual Harassment Unlawful In The Employment, Education Or Training
Environment, and for other purposes.

References RA 7836
Education Act of 1982
Family Code of the Philippines
Campus Journalism Act
Anti-Sexual Harassment Act of 1995
Objectives Key Messages Methodology Session Outputs Materials & Time
SAY DO Slide No Allotment
To set the mood Introduction Introduction/Priming:
of the
participants. Welcome to the second day or day 2 of the Welcome the participants to the training program and venue. Powerpoint 2 mins.
2019 Induction Program for Newly-Hired Present session objectives: slides
Teaching and Non-Teaching Personnel.
To check Activity 1:
participants prior Powerpoint 8 mins
knowledge of the As an opener, I would like you to read a Read the quotation: slides
different quotation and ponder on it.
educational laws
and issuances.

Activity 2:

Read the following statements and identify to which educational Paper and
Before moving on any further, let us first check laws or issuances this concerns with. Choose from among the pen
your prior knowledge regarding the different laws and issuances below:
educational laws and issuances that we are
about to tackle today. RA 7079
Executive Order No. 209
RA 7836
Education Act of 1982 or RA 232
RA 7877

1. Teachers and school heads are deemed persons in


authority while in the discharge of lawful duties and
responsibilities, and shall, therefore, be accorded due
respect and protection.
2. This law declares unlawful sexual harassment cases
against women and men in the employment, education
and training environment.
3. Schools, its administrators and teachers are vested
with special parental authority.
4. Only those who are registered with the PRC as
professional teachers are allowed to teach in the
Philippines.
5. This act upholds the freedom of the press even at the
campus level.

To solicit varied Let us try to analyze if our answers are correct Analysis: Powerpoint
responses from or not. How did you get the answer right or slides
the participants. correct? Activity 1:

What do you mean by the quotation?


How does it apply to you as a newly-hired teaching or non-
teaching personnel?

Activity 2:

How did you feel while answering our activity?


Dou you think you get all answers right? Why? Why not?
What does it imply as a newly-hired teaching or non-teaching
personnel?

To present the I am now going to present the salient points of Abstraction: Powerpoint 40
salient points of the provisions of the different educational laws slides mins.
the provisions of and policies. Feel free to express yourself if you Short Lecture of the salient points of the provisions of the
the different have any comment or additional input. following educational laws and issuances:
important
educational laws 1. RA 7836 or Philippine Teachers Professionalism Act
and issuances. 2. RA 232 or Education Act of 1982
3. Executive Order 209 or Family Code of the Philippines
4. RA 7079 or Campus Journalism Act
5. RA 7877 or Anti-Sexual Harassment Act of 1995

To motivate As a newly-hired teaching or non-teaching Application: Commitment Paper and 8 mins.


participants to personnel write a commitment statement of how Statement pen
apply the you will apply the provisions of the different Writing of a Commitment Statement on how the provisions of
provisions of the educational laws. the different educational laws and policies will be applied in
different their work as a teaching or non-teaching personnel.
educational laws
and issuances
through a
commitment
statement.
To formally close Are you happy that you are hired? Closure: Powerpoint 2 mins.
the session. My question is, what’s next? slides
Prepared by:

CHRISTINE AGUILAR-PAQUIBOT, Ed.D., CESE


OIC-Assistant Schools Division Superintendent