The Department of Education–Malaybalay City Division conducted an orientation spearheaded by Planning Officer II and Division ICT Coordinator, Paul John P. Arias on November 18 at Bukidnon National High School, Brgy. 03, Malaybalay City.
The said activity is aimed to address issues regarding the completion of inventories to be submitted on or before December 12 and provide assistance to school heads, school property custodian or the physical facilities coordinator, and the PTA President or the Kagawad in charge of education in completing the inventories of DepEd public school buildings for school year (SY) 2014-2015.
The Planning and Research Section of DepED, Malaybalay City Division conducted its Orientation on the Updating of Learners Information System (LIS) Learners Registry for the beginning of School Year 2014-2015 on June 17 to familiarize the school LIS coordinator on the cloud-based submission of enrolment data using LIS website.
The Orientation-Workshop on Learners Information System (LIS) was conducted to monitor the number of students currently enrolled in different schools accompanied by their personal information being logged in the system at Loiza’s Pavilion, Casisang, Malaybalay City.
The activity started off with a short program and the rest was rendered on hands on activities that aim to help participants be familiar with the system. Welcoming the participants warmly was none other than Ms. Sybil L. Maputi, Supply Officer II, DEPED –Division of Malaybalay. It was then followed by an uplifting message from the Schools Division Superintendent, Superintendent Edilberto L. Oplenaria who reminded us with the importance of the task at hand. Furthermore, his message was informative and it served as a challenge to school heads/personnel/teachers assigned in this task to submit files accurately and on time.
Next is the Orientation-Workshop was led by Sir Paul John P. Arias, Planning Officer II, DEPED –Division of Malaybalay. The topics included were LIS Getting Started, Assigning an Adviser to Class/Section, Creating New Class/Section, Creating LRN to New Learners, Enrolling New Learners who are enrolled in Previous School Year, Updating Learners’ Profile, and Downloading/Printing of School Forms.
On a little techy perspective, the new system was modified to be compact and was given a livelier user interface. Active Buttons some similar to Checkboxes and Dropdown lists were incorporated which makes it user friendly. Security was also a top priority. Just make sure users are in the best possible location with a decent internet speed to browse pages from one to another smoothly.
All in all, the activity was worth it. It gave the participants a glimpse on what to expect upon accessing the system and everyone was willing to help one another. Special thanks to the people behind this activity and KUDOS to the Teachers/Personnel/School Heads for adapting to the current trends in Education and Technology.