Hon. Nicolas C. Jurolan, Malaybalay City councilor and chairman of the Committee on Education attended the oath-taking and fellowship of the Division of Malaybalay City promoted and newly hired employees under the Schools Division Office (SDO’s) rationalization structure with the theme, “Overcoming Education Reform Challenges through Quality Public Service”.
The ceremony and fellowship was held at Roberto’s Place, Casisang, Malaybalay City, November 6.
It cannot be denied that a cell phone is a common thing among elementary pupils. As observed, school children have more time manipulating their cell phones rather than reading their books and answering their assignments. According to some teachers, cell phones can bring great disruptions in the classroom. From replying to text messages, moving around the room, to lessons interjected by ringtones, and peeping at phones to share non-sense jokes with classmates.
Sabi ng Pangulong Benigno S. Aquino III “ Ang wikang Filipino bilang isang wikang buhay ay dumaan at patuloy pang dumaraan sa proseso ng pagbabago.Bilang isang bansang maituturing na multi-etniko at multi -kultural ay kahanga – hangang sa paglipas ng panahon ay nagawa ng sambayanang Pilipino na makabuo at makapagpalaganap ng isang wikang panlahat na patuloy na nagsisilbing tulay na bumibigkis at nagbubuklod sa magkakaibang komunidad –wika tungo sa iisang kamalayan at adhikain.”
A fledgling Division before, now soars high!
September 1 is an extra important day for DepEd Division of Malaybalay City yet the Executive Committee during its previous conferences agreed to celebrate the occasion this year simply yet with meaning.
The Division office personnel and staff, together with the school heads as well as officers of the teachers association, and the Division Federated PTA officials joined the celebration at the Division Office with the theme, “Empowered Division of Malaybalay City: Purveyor of 21st Century Skills for Lifelong Learning”.
The 54 newly hired teachers of the Division of Malaybalay City took their solemn Oath of Office with Dr. Nayra right after they were challenged by Schools Division Superintendent Oplenaria to do their responsibilities as teachers and help the Division shine.
To ensure their readiness, the Superintendent led the Induction of New Teachers at Roberto’s Place, Casisang, Malaybalay City, July 28-29.
Despite the advancement of the new technology, there are still teachers who avoid the use of computers in their teaching. Some find the use of computers as cumbersome, while others find it time consuming. The preparation of materials and the setting up of the computer and projector make them reluctant to use the new technology. This dilemma of some teachers could raise questions like: Are teachers willing to learn how to use the computers? Would they need extensive training in the utilization of computers? Should they be provided laptops so that they would be motivated to learn and use the computers in their teaching?
The rapid evolution of information and communication technology (ICT) is changing the face of education and making information universal. Realizing the effects of the ICT in the education system, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and Department of Education provided most of the schools with computer units and peripherals. Some of the teachers in these schools have undergone ICT trainings.
A few years ago, all expenses in the school were purchased and paid for by the Division offices. Across the country, the division offices pay for the electricity and water bills of every single school. Canvassing, purchasing and delivery of supplies are not at one time assigned to school administrators.
Ang Daang Matuwid is one of the most emphasized mottos during the election campaign that President Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino used to persuade the people as platform for his administration. But in order to walk through the right path, financial stability should first be achieved. Just like in any organization and even the smallest unit of society which is the family, the proper use of the coffers would be able to help the government achieve its goals.
Hulyo 27, 2015 ika 9:00 ng umaga nakatanggap ng donasyon ang DepEd Malaybalay ng Sports Equipment mula sa Bukidnon Government Employees Multi-Purpose Cooperative (BUGEMCO). Ang nasabing equipment ay tig- isang set na bola at net ng larong volleyball. Ipinamigay ito sa pamamagitan ng ating Tagapamanihala ng Paaralan Edilberto L. Oplenaria, CESO VI sa Mini Bulwagan ng DepEd Malaybalay Purok 6, Casisang, Malaybalay kasama ang mga EPS, PSDS, Prinsipal at ibang personel ng Dep Ed.