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WINNERS OF "HI-TECH ANG TEACHER KO" AND "SEARCH FOR BEST PRACTICES IN TEACHING beginning MATH"

 
 

    To enhance competencies of teachers in Mathematics instruction and at the same time promote video lessons as an innovative way in teaching the subject, DepEd - Valenzuela has launched the following contests:

 
 
 

 ● Search for Best Practices in Teaching Beginning Math from October 11-14, 2005

 
 
  Winners Were:  
      Gladys S. Tapit - Malinta ES- 1st place  
      Perpetua G. Aquino - Pio Valenzuela ES-  2nd place  
      Jenny B. Martinez - Serrano ES - 3rd place  
      Normita C. Singian - Silvestre Lazaro ES - 4th place  
       
 

 ● Search for Best Demonstration Teaching in Classroom Management enabled by Technology in Mathematics dubbed as "Hi-Tech Ang Teacher Ko" from November 15-30, 2005. The winners of this contest were the following:

 
     
  First Year Level  
      Julieta Z. de Guzman - Malinta NHS- 1st place  
      Elizabeth L. Llandelar - Dalandanan NHS - 2nd place  
      Emelinda T. Puli - Karuhatan NHS -3rd Place  
     
  Second Year  
      Virgie A. Falcutila - Gen. T. de Leon NHS - 1st place  
      Arlene H. Gonzales - Canumay NHS - 2nd place  
      Rowena A. Ecube - Parada NHS - 3rd place  
     
  Third Year  
      Sancito O. Saldivar - Canumay NHS - 1st place  
      Manolito A. Bernardo - Karuhatan NHS - 2nd place  
      Melanie A. Herrera - Gen. T. de Leon NHS - 3rd place  
     
  Fourth Year  
      Juanita D. Antonio - Canumay NHS - 1st place  
      Leny M. Hilario - Polo NHS- 2nd place  
      Elna J. de Jesus - Dalandanan NHS -  3rd place  
     

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National Earthquake Drill, July 28, 2005

 

 

      The 37 public elementary and 15 secondary schools conducted simultaneously the National  Earthquake Drill last July 28, 2005, 10 am. The local government under the leadership of the Hon. Mayor SHERWIN T. GATCHALIAN designated his men to every school to monitor the Nationwide Drill.

     It was an experience for both pupils and teachers on how to prepare or what to do during, before,  and after a disaster. It educated pupils not to panic during any calamity and mostly to stay calm to prevent untoward incidents.

     Data from the narrative report of each school revealed that only simple incident happened during the drill and each school was in control of the situation. It was found out also that PTCA officers an members and Barangay officials observed the said activities. Through the collaborative efforts of all the stakeholders the drill was a success.

    As a result of this Nationwide Drill there is now a high level of awareness of pupils and teachers on the necessity of an Earthquake drill in every school.

     Here are some observations during the conduct of the drill:

 
  a. The siren was loud enough to be heard by all the drill participants.
  b. All participants practiced the "Duck, Cover and Hold" technique.
  c. Participants evacuated after the alarm.
  d. Pupils strictly followed their designated routes to evacuation area.
  e. Participants walked faster than normal during the evacuation phase.
  f. Each school is equipped with the first aid kit.
  g. Head counts followed right after the drill.
  h. Evacuation area was appropriate to the number of pupils/students in each school.
  i. The drill conducted runs smoothly due to proper coordination.
  j. The average number of minutes was 2.5 minutes to vacate the building .
  k. All participants stayed only in designated places.
  l. Reports revealed only minimal incidents in some schools but these were manageable.
 
    As recommended by this Office, each school should make a drill at least  times a month so as to prevent untoward incidents when real disaster comes.
 
 
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