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DepEd, may module na para sa pagtuturo ng sex education; Ilang grupo ng mga guro, suportado ang bagong curriculum

By Jon Ibañez/ABS-CBNNEWS

May module na ang Department of Education (DepEd) para sa pagtuturo ng sex education sa mga estudyante simula sa darating na pasukan sa Hunyo 15.

Sa panayam ng ABS-CBN News Channel (ANC), sinabi ni Education Secretary Mona Valisno na maaari itong isama sa health and science subjects kung saan ipaiintindi sa mga mag-aaral sa grade 5 at grade 6 ang mga parte at kasarian ng lalaki at babae.

Ang usapin naman anya na tungkol mismo sa sex ay sa high school na mainam ituro.

Inihayag ni Valisno na 79 public high school sa bansa at ilan din sa elementarya ang unang pagtuturuan ng naturang subject sa darating na school year.

Tiniyak naman ni Valisno na ang pagtuturong gagawin sa mga estudyante ay hindi kontra sa religious belief ng mga Pilipino at makikipag-usap din sila sa religious sectors upang maipaliwanag ang kahalagahan ng sex education.

Samantala, suportado naman ng ilang grupo ng mga guro ang pagsasama ng sex education sa curriculum ng mga estudyante.

Sinabi ng ng mga grupong Teachers Dignity Coalition (TDC), Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) at Action and Solidarity for the Empowerment of Teachers (ASSERT) na seryosong usapin ang sex kaya dapat pagyamanin ang paraan ng pagtuturo nito.

Hindi anila dapat ginagawang biro ang usapin sa sex kaya sang-ayon silang maituro ito sa mga estudyanteng may sapat nang pag-iisip o nasa tama nang edad.

Inihayag pa ng TDC, ACT at ASSERT na ang mga guro ang itinuturing na ikalawang magulang ng mga estudyante kaya natural lamang na maging kabahagi sila sa pagtuturo ng sex education kaysa magmula ito sa mga itinuturing na polluted source gaya ng internet.

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DepEd, nagdeklara ng giyera kontra ‘Jejemon’

By RMN News

MARIING tinututulan ng Dept. of Education ang pag-iba sa spelling ng mga salita na ginagamit sa pag-text o ang napapa-usong ‘Jejemon’ lingo.

Ayon kay DepEd Sec. Mona Valisno, hindi tama na ibahin ang pagbabaybay ng mga salita dahil hindi maganda sa paningin at lumilikha lamag ng kalituhan sa mga nagbabasa.

Kaugnay nito, hinimok niya ang mga gruo na ituro sa mga estudyante ang tamang pag-babaybay ng mga salita.

Hinimok din ni Valisno ang publiko na isulat ang buong salita sa pag-text upang mas matuto sa spelling at hwag gayahin ang mga jejemon

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DepEd, nilinaw ang pagbubukas ng unang araw ng klase sa Hunyo a-kinse

(10:49 AM) NILINAW ngayon ng Department of Education (DepEd) na magsisimula ang unang araw ng pasukan sa Hunyo a-kinse.

Ito ay sa kabila ng kaliwa’t kanang kwestiyon kung bakit Martes at hindi Lunes ang unang araw ng pasukan.

Ayon ay DepEd Spokesperson Jonathan Malaya, sa June 12 ay ipagdiriwang ang Independence day, kaya’t sa susunod na Lunes, June 14 – matatapat ang nasabing Economic holiday.

Nakasaad sa Republic Act 9492 na ipinasa noong 2007 na ililipat ang ilang holiday sa pinakamalapit na Lunes maliban sa pasko at bagong taon

Source: RMN News

May 21, 2010

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Lapus: Let’s make television programming more child-friendly

The National Council for Children’s Television (NCCT) signed today a
memorandum of agreement with the Kapisanan ng Brodkaster sa
Pilipinas (KBP) and the Philippine Association of National Advertisers
(PANA) to monitor and handle complaints against “undesirable” TV
programs and commercials that are harmful to children.

“Our television programs must increasingly become reliable resources
for learning among our children, and not a source of negative influence,”
said DepEd Secretary Jesli Lapus.

Lapus added that the TV is still the most widely used source of
entertainment among Filipino children. He added that KBP and PANA
will play a major role in protecting children from TV shows and
commercials that show excessive sex, violence and other viewing fares
that are unfit for minors.

“We welcome this partnership that promotes positive TV programming
that puts premium on educational and responsible entertainment content
for our children,” Lapus stressed.

During the signing of the agreement, representatives from major
television networks were also present to discuss Republic Act 8370,
otherwise known as the Children’s Television Act.

Through the KBP and PANA, concerned TV stations and advertising
agencies will have a venue to have a “constructive dialogue” about
formulating protective measures for TV such as the Violence Rating
Code and Children’s Block Time programming or “C” Time.

NCCT Chief Jonathan Malaya called on the TV networks, advertisers
and child-focused NGOs to work together so that TV programming
contribute to the shaping of positive values, culture, and behavior among
Filipino children.

Participants in the dialogue included key KBP and PANA officials, TV
network heads and head writers of TV stations such as ABS-CBN,
GMA7 and TV5.

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