With the aim to improve the quality of teaching-learning process, DepEd Tayabas City initiated a 3-day training – workshop entitled “Training – Workshop for Instructional Leaders on Instructional Supervision”, at Luis Palad Integrated High School (LPIHS) last November 21-23.
42 school heads, 43 master teachers and 15 SDO personnel attended the said training -workshop. It was the first time this kind of training was conducted in Tayabas City. The Curriculum Implementation Division (CID) gained the full support of Schools Division Superintendent Catherine P. Talavera and the new Assistant Schools Division Superintendent, Maylani L. Galicia.
Chief Imelda Raymundo announced the results of the IS Survey. Presentations of the Accomplishment Report of Schools in Instructional Supervision followed, starting with Katigan-Alupay Elementary School headed by Arlene Pagana.
Participants were grouped into seven. They were given various situations for dramatization showing the three levels of supervision. The Education Program Supervisors also participated. Christian Bables joined Group 1, Mildred Galleno for Group 2, Louie Fulledo for Group 3, Sherwin Quesea and Georgia Talabong for Group 4, Pelagia Manalang joined Group 5, Richelle Quintero for Group 6, and Sancho Calatrava for Group 7.
ASDS Galicia also discussed the dynamic process of instructional supervision and the School heads’ roles as Instructional Supervisor. She emphasized the different Supervisory Approaches and IS Interventions.
Moreover, ASDS Galicia tackled the salient points of mentoring. She also expounded the significance of building trust which she called emotional banking.
Insights were delivered by Evelyn Palambiano and Ma. Aileen Averilla, WPNHS principal and Stand Alone SHS master teacher, respectively. ASDS Galicia challenged the participants while Dennis Labita, president of the School Heads’ Association, accepted in behalf of those who attended. (Virgilio R. Jao Jr., Master Teacher I and Richelle F. Quintero, EPS – English, DepEd Tayabas City)