Vacant Positions as of June 1, 2015 - Elementary

Two (2) School Principal I - SG 19 (Level 2)

Qualifications Standards (DepED Order No. 39 s. 2007)

                                        (DepEd Order No. 39 s. 2009) 

Education  : Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education or Bachelor's Degree w/ 18 professional units in Education

Experience :Head Teacher for one (1) year; or Teacher- in Charge for two (2) years; or Teacher for five (5) years

Training      :  (40) Hours of relevant Training

Vacant Positions as of June 1, 2015 - Secondary


One (1) School Principal III - SG 21 (Level 2)

Qualifications Standards (DepED Order No. 39 s. 2007)
Education  : Bachelor's Degree in Secondary Education or
                    Bachelor's Degree w/ 18 professional units in Education plus units of Management
Experience :Three (3) years as Principal
                    Fourty (40) Hours of relevant Training
Eligibility   : R.A. 1080 (Teacher)

Values-based Leadership, Anyone?

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Submitted by Maria Elvira E.... on Wed, 03/04/2015 - 8:37am

        In this time of seemingly growing distrust in leadership in almost all sectors of society, every leader needs to rethink his or her leadership style.  While browsing through the net, I came across Harry J. Kraemer’s article The Only True Leadership is Values-based Leadership in Forbes which offers thought-provoking insight about values-based leadership for anyone who wants to be a better leader.

        Kraemer, a professor of Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, believes leadership must be rooted in who you are and what matters most to you. “When you truly know yourself and what you stand for, it is much easier to know what to do in any situation”.

Great Teaching is Care-Giving

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Submitted by Maria Teresa Ma... on Sat, 01/31/2015 - 3:03pm

Good teaching requires the teacher to deliver all the goods. This is to be able to teach and develop among the pupils all the learning competencies suited for their grade level. Great teaching however demands the teacher to deliver more than what is required. That is to teach not only the ideas but also the application of such ideas.

Young pupils need more than tutelage about academic concepts. They need more than coaching about kinesthetic skills. More than understanding concepts and performing skills, learners need to learn to appreciate the importance of such concepts and skills.

Mutualism between the Seasoned and the New Teachers

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Submitted by Maria Teresa Ma... on Sat, 01/31/2015 - 3:00pm

It is not unusual that a teacher’s former pupil eventually becomes her co-teacher. To ask which can be the better teacher between the two, is to ask the better qualification between teaching experience and updated pedagogical know-how. The better question to ask however is how the two can become better teachers, as they maintain the mutualism  type of relationship as co-teachers.

Keys to a Positive Classroom Environment

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Submitted by Libring Barrameda on Tue, 01/27/2015 - 5:23pm

       Managing classrooms has always been a problem for most teachers for so many years. Many teachers, especially novice ones are troubled on how they are going to maintain order in their respective classrooms. Most teachers spend a lot of their precious time and energy just to put the pupils in order; and out frustration, some teachers sometimes resort to inappropriate and unacceptable methods like yelling, scolding and worse, hitting. But why is classroom management such a difficult and stressing issue? What could teachers do to manage their classes more easily.

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