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The honor code is a statement use to address problems within a specific group or organization. Example in a school the group of students, parents, teachers and or the school in general. Specifically, to the school as an educational system, the purpose of this honor code is to link the meaning and importance of academic integrity to all members of the internal and external stakeholders and to articulate and support the interest of the community in maintaining the highest standards of conduct in student learning. Your school be it in elementary or secondary represents the essence of shared belief and intellectual honesty that is essential to the very nature of learning and represents the highest possible expression of shared values among the members of the school community. Continue reading HONOR CODE

2nd NCPAS: Edging towards a Shared Vision and Aspirations

The Department of Education (DepED), as the biggest bureaucracy in the government, endeavors to take significant measures in addressing and responding to the challenges through a shared vision of quality, accessible, relevant, and liberating basic education for all. Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones professed that, “As Secretary of the Department, I am now given a rare privilege to seek and work out solutions from the inside. I am setting out this declaration of vision and agenda through which path I would endeavor to lead the Department.” (Public Schools of the Future, 2019) Continue reading 2nd NCPAS: Edging towards a Shared Vision and Aspirations

Moving Forward Through Parents and Teachers’ Partnership

Modifying learners’ behavior is now considered as one of the major concerns of the teachers. Various behavior modification techniques like positive reinforcement, conditioning and full utilization of learners’ interest is no longer effective in modifying learners’ behavior.  Even if all of the applicable approaches have been utilized, the occurrence of the behavior still remains. Learners continue to perform the same actions over and over again even if they know that what they have been doing is wrong. Continue reading Moving Forward Through Parents and Teachers’ Partnership

The Negative Effects of Watching Television

Giving too much time to children watching television hinder their language and social development.  Children that are continuously exposed to mass media are experiencing problems in their language acquisition and social skills Sumalinog (2019). These children have speech delay problems and have issues in socializing with others. They tend to ignore people around them and have shown social anxiety. Continue reading The Negative Effects of Watching Television