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DepEd recommends at least 1 hour of active play a day
Posted by DepEd Philippines on Thursday, March 7, 2013
DepEd recommends at least 1 hour of active play a day.
Library is the center of knowledge in a school, it should provide the pupils additional knowledge through reading books, magazines and other materials for research.
But a library can only serve its purpose if it can offer sufficient materials for the one using it, besides it should be conducive for learning.
A library becomes useless if no one is coming in to use it. It’s a sad thing that pupils nowadays seem no longer interested in using the library even though they have vacant period to do so.
First, the school must ensure that the library is attractive enough so that pupils find it enjoyable using it. Second, it should have sufficient and variety of books to choose from. Third, teachers should always remind the pupils the importance of going and using the library.
Its high time to look back and find out what went wrong. It’s about time to reconsider things. We believe that it’s not too late to make our library a haven for learning. Remember, reading is the father of all learning.
Of course, it’s a little bit expensive rehabilitating our school library, from its physical structure to its reading materials and equipment, but its the right time to do it. Let us invest in something that can bring additional knowledge to our pupils.
In consonance with the celebration of Nutrition Month Celebration with this year’s theme “Gutom at Malnutrisyon , Sama-sama Nating Wakasan” teachers and parents must be aware of some eating disorders common among school children in order to avoid or prevent such nutritional problems.
Here are some of the eating disorders among school children :
These are some of the signs the school children suffer in eating disorders that needed to be resolved so that growing children will become healthier and choose food which are appropriate to their physical growth.
Teachers often times complain about the pupil’s attendance in school because there are children who are fond of making absences and some are habitual absentee. It’s been a concern of teachers how they can encourage this kind of school children to attend regular classes but a lot has been done and they failed.
In our modern era where modern technology is at hand and our kids are surrounded by these gadgets, we need to consider our classroom settings and it’s high time to create a wholesome classroom atmosphere where kids will be encouraged to go back to attend their classes. First, teachers need to teach all his pupils to care for each other and allow them to understand the importance of loving and accepting the members of the class. Pupils can easily adopt to the environment if there is acceptance and affirmation in the group. Peace will also prevail in the class thus, quarreling will be avoided. Creating a positive atmosphere will also help to attract kids to come to school daily. Read the rest of this entry »
One of the observations of teachers and parents today is the decline of good manners or values among kids or school children. The way they talk, they behave, deal with adults or even their simple gestures reflect the modern day living which is far, far different from the behavior of children before. A lot of behavioral problem also rise in school even at home that focuses on the manners of children. These matters were the burden of both teachers and parents today. Read the rest of this entry »
Nowadays, children are very lazy to read a book because they though that it was a boring activity. So now we will list the top ten good reasons why should we read a book.
These are my 10 reasons why all of us should read a book. And even you are only child you must learn how to read a book because when you grow up it can help you many times. So if you are not reading a book well try it’s very entertaining, fun and interesting.
If a teachers has a strong personality and can motivate her class well, learning will take place. Generally, pupils don’t like inactive, slow and weak teacher. Teaching- learning situation will be boring if teachers possess these traits. Today, pupils love to have teachers who will inspire them and someone who makes teaching enjoyable.
Teachers can easily motivate pupils to learn if they can perform variety of roles inside the class… teachers should know how to sing, how to act, how to recite poems, tell interesting stories, knows how to introduce games and the like. Learning will surely take place having this kind of teacher.
Gone are the traditional teachers who don’t know how to smile and who always get angry in the class…teachers today always smile and welcome each day as bright and enjoyable time. Most of the teachers today have strong personalty that leads to an effective teaching- learning situation.
A good teaching procedure will lead to effective learning, that’s why it’s very important for a teacher to understand and use applicable or new method o f teaching. In our modern technological world where the use of computer is viral, teachers need to learn how to use / apply the new technology so that the teaching-learning procedure will be enjoyable.
Classroom activities to be effective must be governed by different strategies. Pupil to pupil interaction must be observed everytime a lesson will be introduced in the class. In doing this, pupils will be trained to communicate well with their peers.
Variety of instructional materials should be visible in each classroom so that learning will be full of fun and interesting.
Ideal teaching today encourages the application of new methods in teaching to develop initiative, creativity, confidence, self-reliance and independence among the pupils.
The Department of Education is now implementing the new K+ 12 scheme this school year wherein the new batch of first Graders and seventh graders undergo with the said curriculum. The said implementation of the new curriculum is part of the innovation and changes of the Philippine educational system.
Controversies, issues and concerns arose even before the full implementation of the new curriculum. Many disagreed when it was not yet well disseminated and people are not informed about the K+ 12, some said more urgent problems must be given more attention such as lack of teachers, classrooms, textbooks, increasing dropouts are only few to mention. Read the rest of this entry »