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Tayabas City conducts SBM level of practice assessment for TA

SDO Tayabas City accomplished the assessment of School-Based Management (SBM) level of practice for SY 2017-2018 on May 23 to 25 at Orlando R. Nadres (ORN) Hall of Luis Palad Integrated High School (LPIHS). It was participated by all the school heads, principals, and key teachers of their respective schools.

The said seminar-workshop aimed to provide  school heads an avenue to identify gaps in relation to efficient and effective school operations, specifically on the four principles of SBM and further help them to identify the extent of involvement of their internal and external stakeholders in the attainment of the objectives of their programs, projects, and activities.

Dr. Gener C. De Los Reyes, Principal of LPIHS, presented their best practices under SBM through video presentation as a benchmark on what they can do for their schools.

Dr. Catherine P. Talavera, Schools Division Superintendent reviewed SBM and gave emphasis that the schools are granted a decentralized decision-making authority status. It implies that schools inform the stakeholders and together they localize the decisions concerning the unique needs towards the improvement of school performance and students’ achievement.

She challenged the school heads saying, “Each of the school in our Division must have that ‘added value’, that ‘x-factor’ that shall quantify and qualify our students’ progress during different stages of his/her education.”

Workshops were done such as SWOT Analysis on their SBM practices which let each school analyze their practice whether it is strength, weakness, opportunity or a threat with the technical assistance from Education Program Specialists (EPSs). Several schools presented their outputs which was checked by SDS Talavera.

A participant after the activity said, “I am now convinced that different schools have different needs depending on the customers, the students.”

For the second day of workshop, the participants continued crafting the action plan to address the weaknesses observed and spelled out in the SWOT Analysis while some schools presented their outputs.

Luzviminda Saludares, SDO-SBM Focal person said that in curriculum instruction there should be continuous improvement, development of practical skills, contextualization, critical thinking skills, and the authentic assessment.

Another activity is the alignment of PPAs with OPCRF and with the APAT Tool facilitated by SDS Talavera, Saludares and Sancho Calatrava.

For the last day, Calatrava discussed the School Governing Council (SGC). He said, “A good communication and relationship with the external and internal stakeholders holds the key to the success and improvement of a school.”

The participants crafted their Action Plan for the SY 2018-2019 based from the previous outputs they made during the first two days of seminar-workshop.  (Erika Roshelle R. Ursolino, Teacher I, West Palale Elementary School)

 

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