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ALS Implementers’ Roles & Responsibilities  Concerns, Issues Solutions  Strategic Drive Mr. FAUSTINO V. PARRO District Supervisor

OUTLINE OF THE TOPIC:

OUTLINE OF THE TOPIC The ALS Implementers Duties and Responsibilities of District ALS Coordinators Duties and Responsibilities of Mobile Teachers Roles and Responsibilities of Literacy Volunteers Roles of Instructional Managers/ Infer Facilitators

OUTLINE OF THE TOPIC:

OUTLINE OF THE TOPIC Roles of School Coordinators Roles of ALS-Principal Consultant Common concerns and issues Strategic Drive for ALS Programs & Projects

ALS Implementers:

MR. Faustino v. parro ALS Implementers District Supervisor ALS District Conference 11 January 2013

ALS Implementers:

ALS Implementers ALS Field Implementers are the following: Regional Chief Education Program Supervisor II of ALS Schools Division Superintendent Education Program Supervisor I of ALS District Supervisor District ALS Coordinator Mobile Teacher

ALS Implementers:

ALS Implementers Primarily, ALS Implementers in the Region Level are the following: Chief Assistant Chief Education Supervisor II

ALS Implementers:

ALS Implementers ALS Implementers in the Division Level are the following: Schools Division Superintendent Asst. SDS In-charge of ALS Education Program Supervisor of ALS Division Coordinator of ALS

ALS Implementers:

ALS Implementers ALS Implementers in the District Level are the following: District Supervisor Principal ALS-Consultant District ALS Coordinator Mobile Teacher Literacy Volunteer Instructional Manager

ALS Implementers:

ALS Implementers InfEd Facilitator School Coordinator Service Providers

FIELD IMPLEMENTERS:

FIELD IMPLEMENTERS PSDS DALSC School Head In-charge of ALS ALS Mobile Teacher SALSC LV IM InfEd Inst / Fac Sch Coor

Duties and Responsibilities of dalscs:

MR. Faustino v. parro Duties and Responsibilities of dalsc s District Supervisor ALS District Conference 11 January 2013

Duties and Responsibilities of dalscs:

Duties and Responsibilities of dalsc s 1. Planning and Coordination Coordinate and participate in the planning for development and implementation of ALS projects Prepare action plan/ district implementation plan in coordination with the ALS EPS I and Public Schools District Supervisors (PSDS)

Duties and Responsibilities of dalscs:

Duties and Responsibilities of dalsc s Prepare performance targets Prepare project proposals to source out funds in coordination with the ALS EPS I and Public Schools District Supervisors (PSDS)

Duties and Responsibilities of dalscs:

Duties and Responsibilities of dalsc s 2. Advocacy and Mobilization Conduct linkaging and networking with LGUs, NGOs and other stakeholders Use various strategies in raising awareness on the ALS programs/projects

Duties and Responsibilities of dalscs:

Duties and Responsibilities of dalsc s 3. Materials Development Prepare and develop community based-learning materials and other supplementary learning materials Adapt existing ALS materials and other supplementary learning materials by localizing them

Duties and Responsibilities of dalscs:

Duties and Responsibilities of dalsc s Adopt existing ALS materials and other supplementary learning materials Translate ALS learning materials and other learning materials into the local language of the learners or communities where he/she conducts learning sessions as the need arises

Duties and Responsibilities of dalscs:

Duties and Responsibilities of dalsc s 4. Capability Building Provide technical assistance to the mobile teacher, community leaders and other stakeholders Serve as resource person, facilitator, and moderator during orientations, seminars, training, etc.

Duties and Responsibilities of dalscs:

Duties and Responsibilities of dalsc s 5. Conduct of Learning Sessions Determine learning needs of learners using the Individual Learning Agreement (ILA) and then conducts evaluation to determine the entry and exit level of learners using the Functional Literacy Test (FLT) and other ALS assessment tools

Duties and Responsibilities of dalscs:

Duties and Responsibilities of dalsc s Conduct learning sessions using ALS core modules and other materials for at least 10 months in a year Devise plans and implements them in order to sustain gains of learners from the ALS programs Conduct home visits, individual tutorials, counseling and other need-driven activities in an effort to retain and win the learners back to the literacy sessions

Duties and Responsibilities of dalscs:

Duties and Responsibilities of dalsc s Assist in the preparation of learning portfolio Benchmark best practices of ALS Mobile Teachers in other divisions/other regions

Duties and Responsibilities of dalscs:

Duties and Responsibilities of dalsc s 6. Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Monitor and evaluate ALS programs/projects within the district ( DepEd Delivered, Procured, and Non- DepEd ) Monitor and evaluate the learners’ learning progress

Duties and Responsibilities of dalscs:

Duties and Responsibilities of dalsc s 7. Research and Development Coordinate and conduct research studies/action research and development activities

Duties and Responsibilities of dalscs:

Duties and Responsibilities of dalsc s 9. Management Information System (MIS) Gather data/information Establish a functional MIS at the District level Prepare status and progress report of the different ALS programs/projects

Duties and Responsibilities of Mobile Teachers:

MR. Faustino v. parro Duties and Responsibilities of Mobile Teachers District Supervisor ALS District Conference 11 January 2013

Duties and Responsibilities of Mobile Teachers:

Duties and Responsibilities of Mobile Teachers 1. Generate/Conduct preparatory and post-program activities Organize one or more learning groups composed of at least 10 learners per group Conduct pre- and post-assessment of learners

Duties and Responsibilities of Mobile Teachers:

Duties and Responsibilities of Mobile Teachers Gather and analyze learners profile, community needs resources Prepare all the necessary teaching-learning materials Guide/advise learners for essential acquisition of Equivalency Certification and Accreditation of learning gained through the [Mobile] Program

Duties and Responsibilities of Mobile Teachers:

Duties and Responsibilities of Mobile Teachers 2. Develop literacy and other related skills based on the NFE [ALS] A&E competencies Apply various non-formal education approaches, strategies and techniques to effectively and efficiently develop specific skills and competencies

Duties and Responsibilities of Mobile Teachers:

Duties and Responsibilities of Mobile Teachers Utilize appropriate learning materials and supplemental resources to effect learning Adhere to the principles of Andragogy

Duties and Responsibilities of Mobile Teachers:

Duties and Responsibilities of Mobile Teachers 3. Establish a functional Networking and Reporting System Work closely with local officials for resource generation Prepare daily log of activities and submit these to the ES 1 [EPS] Maintain a systematic recording and reporting of data and accomplishments

Duties and Responsibilities of Mobile Teachers:

Duties and Responsibilities of Mobile Teachers 4. Conduct each phase of the program as an action-research activity Note observations on the various aspects of the program, e.g., problems met, solutions offered/made Document successful and effective strategies used in the conduct of learning sessions in the area

Duties and Responsibilities of Mobile Teachers:

Duties and Responsibilities of Mobile Teachers Document success stories among learners and significant changes observed in the community

Roles and Responsibilities of Literacy Volunteers:

MR. Faustino v. parro Roles and Responsibilities of Literacy Volunteers District Supervisor ALS District Conference 11 January 2013

Roles and Responsibilities of Literacy Volunteers:

Roles and Responsibilities of Literacy Volunteers 1. Advocacy and Community Organization Mobilization Coordinate with community leaders to identify potential learners and organizes learning groups for Basic Literacy Program and Accreditation and Equivalency System. Literacy Volunteers/ AGAP Volunteers (ALS Gabay -Aral sa Pamayanan )

Roles and Responsibilities of Literacy Volunteers:

Roles and Responsibilities of Literacy Volunteers Advocate ALS programs and networks with other Gos , NGOs, and other peoples organizations for potential support and partnership. Establish functional networking system.

Roles and Responsibilities of Literacy Volunteers:

Roles and Responsibilities of Literacy Volunteers 2 . Conduct of Learning Sessions at the Community Learning Centers Organize a learning group composed of fifty (50) learners or more. Determine learning needs of learners. Conduct learning sessions using ALS learning modules and supplementary materials for at least ten (10) months in a year.

Roles and Responsibilities of Literacy Volunteers:

Roles and Responsibilities of Literacy Volunteers Devise plans and implements them in order to sustain gains of learners from the ALS programs. Conduct home visits, individual tutorials, counseling and other need-driven activities in an effort to retain and win the learners back to the literacy sessions.

Roles and Responsibilities of Literacy Volunteers:

Roles and Responsibilities of Literacy Volunteers 3. Progress Reporting Submit a quarterly report to the PSDS through the DALSC copy furnished DO, RO, and BALS on the learner’s performance and activities conducted. Participate in the learning action cells meetings coordinated by the DALSC.

DUTIES and Responsibilities of Instructional Managers (Ims) AND facilitators:

MR. Faustino v. parro DUTIES and Responsibilities of Instructional Managers ( Im s ) AND facilitators District Supervisor ALS District Conference 11 January 2013

DUTIES and Responsibilities of Instructional Managers (Ims) AND facilitators:

DUTIES and Responsibilities of Instructional Managers ( Im s ) AND facilitators 1. Instruction-related Assists in the development, monitoring and revision of the learner’s I ndividual Learning Agreement and Learning Portfolio Facilitates/conducts learning group sessions Provides technical assistance to learners using the modules

DUTIES and Responsibilities of Instructional Managers (Ims) AND facilitators:

DUTIES and Responsibilities of Instructional Managers ( Im s ) AND facilitators Distributes ALS A&E learning modules to learners based on learners’ Individual Learning Agreement (ILA) Identifies/prepares supplementary learning materials Provides motivational support to learners

DUTIES and Responsibilities of Instructional Managers (Ims) AND facilitators:

DUTIES and Responsibilities of Instructional Managers ( Im s ) AND facilitators 2. Coordinative Functions Identifies and coordinates with local resource persons to conduct learning session on areas of content difficulty or specialist topics Assists in advocacy and social mobilization activities

DUTIES and Responsibilities of Instructional Managers (Ims) AND facilitators:

DUTIES and Responsibilities of Instructional Managers ( Im s ) AND facilitators Links with other instructional managers to develop a network of support and sharing of ideas experiences and problems Facilitates the establishment and operation of learners’ self-study/peer learning groups Provides one-on-one tutoring and counseling support to learners

DUTIES and Responsibilities of Instructional Managers (Ims) AND facilitators:

DUTIES and Responsibilities of Instructional Managers ( Im s ) AND facilitators Monitors and evaluates learners progress, including giving feedback on completed module assignments, identifying non-content based learning barriers such as time management, study skills, family and work demands and access to necessary resources

DUTIES and Responsibilities of Instructional Managers (Ims) AND facilitators:

DUTIES and Responsibilities of Instructional Managers ( Im s ) AND facilitators Conducts regular monitoring on the use of the ALS A&E learning modules including keeping a logbook of module use and preparing a final inventory report on module usage at the conclusion of the 800 hour of learning group sessions

DUTIES and Responsibilities of Instructional Managers (Ims) AND facilitators:

DUTIES and Responsibilities of Instructional Managers ( Im s ) AND facilitators Documents learner’s feedback regarding the usability/quality/effectiveness and relevance of the ALS A&E learning modules

DUTIES and Responsibilities of Instructional Managers (Ims) AND facilitators:

DUTIES and Responsibilities of Instructional Managers ( Im s ) AND facilitators 3. Administrative Functions Assists in the recruitment of learners Undertakes the screening and placement of learners Assists in processing of enrollment Liaises with the Service Providers regarding photocopying of ALS A&E learning modules based on the individual needs of learners

DUTIES and Responsibilities of Instructional Managers (Ims) AND facilitators:

DUTIES and Responsibilities of Instructional Managers ( Im s ) AND facilitators Helps ensure that the ALS Learning Center and facilities are kept clean, tidy and safely secured during and after its use by the learning groups under his/her responsibility Ensures that one complete set of ALS A&E learning modules is stored at the ALS learning center in a safe, clean and secure place

DUTIES and Responsibilities of Instructional Managers (Ims) AND facilitators:

DUTIES and Responsibilities of Instructional Managers ( Im s ) AND facilitators Keeps and maintains learners’ records Submits program reports regarding learning group activities to the Service Provider and DepEd as required.

Roles of School Coordinators in als:

MR. Faustino v. parro Roles of School Coordinators in als District Supervisor ALS District Conference 11 January 2013

Roles of school coordinators:

Roles of school coordinators Primarily, the roles of School Coordinators are: Helps implement strategic initiatives of the district with regards to the programs and projects of ALS Coordinate activities, particularly the programs and projects of ALS, with their respective stations

Roles of school coordinators:

Roles of school coordinators Coordinate with the DALSC with regards to information dissemination and other tasks/functions required Participate in advocacy and social mobilization activities Share skills and proficiencies towards the success of program implementation Initiate projects in their respective station in coordination with the ALS district office

Roles of school coordinators:

Roles of school coordinators Foster partnership and linkages particularly with possible service providers Coordinate with ALS District Office for data-gathering

Roles of ALS-Principal consultant:

MR. Faustino v. parro Roles of ALS-Principal consultant District Supervisor ALS District Conference 11 January 2013

Roles of ALS-Principal consultant:

Roles of ALS-Principal consultant The nature of instructional supervisorship of a principal is the same with the functions of an ALS-principal consultant. More weight is given to instructional supervision, advocacy & social mobilization, and partnership & linkages.

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS (Based From ALS Omnibous Guidelines Of 2010):

MR. Faustino v. parro SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS (Based From ALS Omnibous Guidelines Of 2010) District Supervisor ALS District Conference 11 January 2013

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS:

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS 1. Some DALSCs are given teaching loads in the formal system. Follow DepEd Order on Functions of DALSC (see roles and functions of DALSCs)

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS:

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS Full-time DALSCs are DepEd formal school teachers designated by the SDS who take full-time load to coordinate ALS implementation in the district and conduct learning sessions for illiterates and OSY children, youth, and adults, and formal school leavers.

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS:

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS 2. The existing performance appraisal system for DALSCs and MTs does not cover the necessary indicators. For BALS: the bureau must establish performance evaluation standards intended for mobile teachers and DALSC

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS:

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS 3. ALS implementers are not treated or recognized in the same manner as the formal education teacher. The term “teacher” shall also apply to ALS teachers. Strengthen ALS program implementation and mobilization for community recognition.

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS:

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS 4. There is no provision for the construction of ALS CLC in the DepEd building program. Provide allocation for the operations/ construction of ALS community learning centers in the DepED building program and Adopt-a-School program

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS:

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS 5. Local School Board does not prioritize establishment of CLC in the barangay For the District: Request for a creation of a Municipal ordinance to prioritize construction of Barangay Community Learning System

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS:

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS 6. ALS MTs/ DALSCs are included in the computation of pupil: teacher ratio ALS MT/DALSC must not be included in the computation of pupil:teacher ratio since they handle children, out of school youth, and adults

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS:

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS 7. SEF does not include ALS Mobile Teachers in the provision of items and allowances DepEd must coordinate with LGUs to include ALS in the Special Education Fund provision of DALSCs, MTs, IMs, Facilitators item and allowances

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS:

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS 8. MTs and DALSCs rendered services outside of their official time (Saturday and Sunday) Some Divisions grant service credits to MT and DALSC for services rendered outside of their official time (Saturday and Sunday)

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS:

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS 9. SEF does not include ALS Mobile Teachers in the provision of items and allowances DepEd must coordinate with LGUs to include ALS in the Special Education Fund provision of DALSCs, MTs, IMs, Facilitators item and allowances

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS:

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS 10. Coordination of functions between school heads, PSDS, and DALSCs/MTs The EPS-I of ALS shall take charge of this aspect. However, he/she shall be under the administration and supervision of the PSDS (and/or the principal in the area served).

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS:

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS 11. Monitoring and Evaluation (Division & District Levels) a. DepEd Delivered (DALSC, MT, SALSC) DO monitors bi-monthly PSDS monitors monthly DALSC monitors SALSC (Secondary ALS Coordinator)

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS:

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS b. DepEd Procured (Contracting Schemes) DO (EPS) monitors IM/AGAP weekly District (PSDS, ALS consultant) monitors IM/AGAP monthly Immediate School Head with ALS (DALSC and/or ALS consultant) monitors weekly

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS:

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS c. Non- DepEd (IMs, InfEd , Other Programs) DO (EPS) monitors monthly District (PSDS, ALS consultant) monitors IM/AGAP monthly DALSC monitors weekly

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS:

SOME CONCERNS, ISSUES, AND SOLUTIONS 12. Weekly activities done by MTs and DALSCs In order to avoid issues with regards to activities of DALSCs and MTs, they are required to accomplish report/log to be signed weekly by PSDS and concerned school head (Agreement during the 2012 Year-End Conference)

Strategic Drive for ALS Programs & Projects (For Non-Field Implementers):

MR. Faustino v. parro Strategic Drive for ALS Programs & Projects (For Non-Field Implementers) District Supervisor ALS District Conference 11 January 2013

Strategic Drive for ALS Programs & Projects:

Strategic Drive for ALS Programs & Projects Partnership within the municipality or barangay for program implementation and funding. Schools may initiate ALS programs and projects (A&E, BLP, InfEd , Livelihood) in coordination with the DALSC. Request for establishing a Barangay Coordinator for ALS, aside from the EdCom in the Brgy . Level.

Strategic Drive for ALS Programs & Projects:

Strategic Drive for ALS Programs & Projects Encourage volunteers to share expertise to ALS learners (School Heads, Classroom Teachers may also volunteer). Help ALS District Office to foster partnership with Service Providers willing to fund Non- DepEd programs. Refer possible clienteles to ALS implementers.

Strategic Drive for ALS Programs & Projects:

Strategic Drive for ALS Programs & Projects Disseminate information regularly with regards to ALS programs and projects.

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