ORIENTATION FOR NEWLY-HIRED TEACHERS

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ORIENTATION FOR NEWLY-HIRED TEACHERS : 

ORIENTATION FOR NEWLY-HIRED TEACHERS BIANITO A. DAGATAN Assistant Schools Division Superintendent DepEd Bohol 9/24/2010

Thinking "Out Of The Box“--- Author Unknown --- Submitted by George Wachirah --- Kenya : 

Thinking "Out Of The Box“--- Author Unknown --- Submitted by George Wachirah --- Kenya

Many hundreds of years ago in a small Italian town, a merchant had the misfortune of owing a large sum of money to the moneylender. The moneylender, who was old and ugly, fancied the merchant's beautiful daughter so he proposed a bargain. : 

Many hundreds of years ago in a small Italian town, a merchant had the misfortune of owing a large sum of money to the moneylender. The moneylender, who was old and ugly, fancied the merchant's beautiful daughter so he proposed a bargain.

He said he would forgo the merchant's debt if he could marry the daughter. Both the merchant and his daughter were horrified by the proposal. : 

He said he would forgo the merchant's debt if he could marry the daughter. Both the merchant and his daughter were horrified by the proposal. 9/24/2010

The moneylender told them that he would put a black pebble and a white pebble into an empty bag. The girl would then have to pick one pebble from the bag. If she picked the black pebble, she would become the moneylender's wife and her father's debt would be forgiven. : 

The moneylender told them that he would put a black pebble and a white pebble into an empty bag. The girl would then have to pick one pebble from the bag. If she picked the black pebble, she would become the moneylender's wife and her father's debt would be forgiven.

If she picked the white pebble, she need not marry him and her father's debt would still be forgiven. But if she refused to pick a pebble, her father would be thrown into jail. : 

If she picked the white pebble, she need not marry him and her father's debt would still be forgiven. But if she refused to pick a pebble, her father would be thrown into jail. 9/24/2010

They were standing on a pebble-strewn path in the merchant's garden. As they talked, the moneylender bent over to pick up two pebbles. : 

They were standing on a pebble-strewn path in the merchant's garden. As they talked, the moneylender bent over to pick up two pebbles.

As he picked them up, the sharp-eyed girl noticed that he had picked up two black pebbles and put them into the bag. He then asked the girl to pick her pebble from the bag. : 

As he picked them up, the sharp-eyed girl noticed that he had picked up two black pebbles and put them into the bag. He then asked the girl to pick her pebble from the bag. 9/24/2010

What would you have done if you were the girl? If you had to advise her, what would you have told her? : 

What would you have done if you were the girl? If you had to advise her, what would you have told her?

Careful analysis would produce three possibilities: : 

Careful analysis would produce three possibilities:

1. The girl should refuse to take a pebble. : 

1. The girl should refuse to take a pebble.

2. The girl should show that there were two black pebbles in the bag and expose the moneylender as a cheat. : 

2. The girl should show that there were two black pebbles in the bag and expose the moneylender as a cheat.

3. The girl should pick a black pebble and sacrifice herself in order to save her father from his debt and imprisonment. : 

3. The girl should pick a black pebble and sacrifice herself in order to save her father from his debt and imprisonment.

The above story is used with the hope that it will make us appreciate the difference between lateral and logical thinking. : 

The above story is used with the hope that it will make us appreciate the difference between lateral and logical thinking.

Read on... : 

Read on...

The girl put her hand into the moneybag and drew out a pebble. Without looking at it, she fumbled and let it fall onto the pebble-strewn path where it immediately became lost among all the other pebbles. : 

The girl put her hand into the moneybag and drew out a pebble. Without looking at it, she fumbled and let it fall onto the pebble-strewn path where it immediately became lost among all the other pebbles.

"Oh, how clumsy of me," she said. "But never mind, if you look into the bag for the one that is left, you will be able to tell which pebble I picked." : 

"Oh, how clumsy of me," she said. "But never mind, if you look into the bag for the one that is left, you will be able to tell which pebble I picked."

Since the remaining pebble is black, it must be assumed that she had picked the white one. And since the moneylender dared not admit his dishonesty, the girl changed what seemed an impossible situation into an advantageous one. : 

Since the remaining pebble is black, it must be assumed that she had picked the white one. And since the moneylender dared not admit his dishonesty, the girl changed what seemed an impossible situation into an advantageous one.

MORAL OF THE STORY: Most complex problems do have a solution, sometimes we have to think about them in a different way. : 

MORAL OF THE STORY: Most complex problems do have a solution, sometimes we have to think about them in a different way.

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DepEd Bohol VISION STATEMENT Division of Bohol: The Pillar for Centers of Educational Excellence 9/24/2010

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CORE ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES Competence Integrity Shared Governance 9/24/2010

DROPPING FROM THE ROLLS* absence without approved leave* unsatisfactory or poor performance* physically and mentally unfit : 

DROPPING FROM THE ROLLS* absence without approved leave* unsatisfactory or poor performance* physically and mentally unfit 9/24/2010

Absence Without Approved Leave - an officer or employee who is continually AWOL for at least 30 working days shall be separated from the service without prior notice. : 

Absence Without Approved Leave - an officer or employee who is continually AWOL for at least 30 working days shall be separated from the service without prior notice. 9/24/2010

- If the number of unauthorized absences incurred is less than 30 days, a written Return To Work order shall be served at his last known address on record. : 

- If the number of unauthorized absences incurred is less than 30 days, a written Return To Work order shall be served at his last known address on record. 9/24/2010

- Failure on his part to work within the period stated in the order shall be a valid ground to drop him from the rolls. : 

- Failure on his part to work within the period stated in the order shall be a valid ground to drop him from the rolls. 9/24/2010

Unsatisfactory or Poor Performance - An employee who is given 2 consecutive unsatisfactory ratings may be dropped from the rolls after due notice. : 

Unsatisfactory or Poor Performance - An employee who is given 2 consecutive unsatisfactory ratings may be dropped from the rolls after due notice. 9/24/2010

- An official or employee, who for one evaluation period is rated poor in performance, may be dropped from the rolls after due notice. : 

- An official or employee, who for one evaluation period is rated poor in performance, may be dropped from the rolls after due notice. 9/24/2010

Physically and Mentally unfit- Continuously absent for more than 1 year by reason of illness : 

Physically and Mentally unfit- Continuously absent for more than 1 year by reason of illness 9/24/2010

- intermittently absent by reason of illness for at least 260 working days during a 24-month period : 

- intermittently absent by reason of illness for at least 260 working days during a 24-month period 9/24/2010

-behaving abnormally for an extended period which manifests continuing mental disorder and incapacity to work : 

-behaving abnormally for an extended period which manifests continuing mental disorder and incapacity to work 9/24/2010

Attendance and Work Hours* teachers shall render: - 6 hours of actual teaching -2 hours in lesson planning or non-teaching services. : 

Attendance and Work Hours* teachers shall render: - 6 hours of actual teaching -2 hours in lesson planning or non-teaching services. 9/24/2010

* All employees, except presidential appointees shall record their daily attendance - bundy clock - logbook - Form 48 (DTR)- shall be placed on the racks all the time : 

* All employees, except presidential appointees shall record their daily attendance - bundy clock - logbook - Form 48 (DTR)- shall be placed on the racks all the time 9/24/2010

LEAVE PRIVILEGES* teachers shall not be entitled to the usual vacation and sick leave credits but to proportional vacation pay during the summer and chirstmas vacation : 

LEAVE PRIVILEGES* teachers shall not be entitled to the usual vacation and sick leave credits but to proportional vacation pay during the summer and chirstmas vacation 9/24/2010

* teachers’ service credits refer to the leave credits earned for services during summer or christmas vacation, as authorized by proper authority. : 

* teachers’ service credits refer to the leave credits earned for services during summer or christmas vacation, as authorized by proper authority. 9/24/2010

* Service credits are used to offset: - absences due to illness - proportional deduction in vacation salary due to absences for personal reasons or late appointment. : 

* Service credits are used to offset: - absences due to illness - proportional deduction in vacation salary due to absences for personal reasons or late appointment. 9/24/2010

Maternity leave- has rendered an aggregate of 2 years or more, will be granted 60 days with full pay : 

Maternity leave- has rendered an aggregate of 2 years or more, will be granted 60 days with full pay 9/24/2010

- can be availed even during summer vacation, both maternity benefits and PVP shall be received-1 year service, 60 days maternity leave but half pay : 

- can be availed even during summer vacation, both maternity benefits and PVP shall be received-1 year service, 60 days maternity leave but half pay 9/24/2010

Paternity Leave-- 7 working days for the first 4 deliveries of his legitimate spouse- shall be non-cumulative and non-convertible to cash : 

Paternity Leave-- 7 working days for the first 4 deliveries of his legitimate spouse- shall be non-cumulative and non-convertible to cash 9/24/2010

- may be enjoyed continuous or intermittent immediately before, during or after the childbirth or miscarriage : 

- may be enjoyed continuous or intermittent immediately before, during or after the childbirth or miscarriage 9/24/2010

General Rules on Leave- one full day or more- shall be made on the prescribed form (Form 6) immediately upon return to work : 

General Rules on Leave- one full day or more- shall be made on the prescribed form (Form 6) immediately upon return to work 9/24/2010

- notice of absence shall be sent to the school head- in excess of 5 successive days- needs a medical certificate : 

- notice of absence shall be sent to the school head- in excess of 5 successive days- needs a medical certificate 9/24/2010

- For medical exam or operation, sick leave must be filed in advance- sick leave – only on account of sickness or disability of the employee or any member of immediate family. : 

- For medical exam or operation, sick leave must be filed in advance- sick leave – only on account of sickness or disability of the employee or any member of immediate family. 9/24/2010

- tardiness and undertime shall not be charged against service credits : 

- tardiness and undertime shall not be charged against service credits 9/24/2010

Basic Forms For Teachers* Logbook* Form 48 (DTR)* Form 1 (Class Register)* Form 2* Class Record* Grade Sheets* Form 138( Report Card) : 

Basic Forms For Teachers* Logbook* Form 48 (DTR)* Form 1 (Class Register)* Form 2* Class Record* Grade Sheets* Form 138( Report Card) 9/24/2010

* Form 137 (Pupils/Student’s Permanent Record)* Class Program* Teachers’ Program* Daily Attendance Chart* Nutritional Status* Health Record* Anecdotal Records : 

* Form 137 (Pupils/Student’s Permanent Record)* Class Program* Teachers’ Program* Daily Attendance Chart* Nutritional Status* Health Record* Anecdotal Records 9/24/2010

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9/24/2010 Written By: Wayne Cooper and Billie Anne Clevenger

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So you want to be a teacher,and my advice you feel you need.Have you truly caught the vision,those precious minds to lead?Kids are eagerly awaitingfor your love and for your care.Do you have that true devotion?Oh, my friend, it is so rare. 9/24/2010

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Do you feel that inner yearning,your knowledge to impart?That call to be a teacheris first found within the heart!Even though you have the knowledge,you must have that inner “fire”;Just to see their eager facesshould be your deep desire. 9/24/2010

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Think it over for a moment.there is hard work to be done;But with love and dedication,there are victories to be won! My friend, don’t be discouraged,don’t let your vision fade.If you really feel the calling,the foundation can be laid. 9/24/2010

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Now just listen very closely,when you reach that girl or boy,And you sense that thirst for knowledge,you will find exquisite joy.If you have that true devotionand you know that it will last,Then you're the show's producerand your students are your cast! 9/24/2010

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As you feel them reaching out to you,for the knowledge that you’ll share,Your heart will soar with gladnessand you’ll find your calling there.Keep that vision there before you thenand never, never lose it;Take the talent God has given youand for this great task, use it. 9/24/2010

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If you truly love the children, then they will clearly see That you’re the kind of teacher God intended you to be! 9/24/2010

For more informations and updates, visit:www.deped.gov.phwww.depedro7.com.phlrmds.deped.gov.phwww.depedbohol.orgwww.facebook.com (bianitodagatan)www.authorstream.com www.slideshare.com : 

For more informations and updates, visit:www.deped.gov.phwww.depedro7.com.phlrmds.deped.gov.phwww.depedbohol.orgwww.facebook.com (bianitodagatan)www.authorstream.com www.slideshare.com 9/24/2010

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THANK YOU !!! 9/24/2010

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