Office of the Curriculum Implementation Division (CID) Chief

DR. BRENDA L. PASQUIL

CID CHIEF

JUN JUN

SDS Secretary

Specific Functions:

 

  • To ensure the full implementation of the articulated Basic Education Curriculum (Pre-School, Elementary, Secondary and ALS), through localization/indigenization and innovations in teaching the various subject-areas towards improvement in the quality of learning outcomes.

  • To improve provision and availability of quality learning and teaching resource materials for students and instructional support materials for teachers in the Division.

  • To conduct research studies and utilize research findings.

  • To provide technical assistance to schools in the areas of:

  • Curriculum Implementation

    • Instructional Supervision

    • Resource Generation and Social Mobilization

    • SIP Implementation

  • To improve access to basic/functional literacy skills and raise the level of literacy in the deprived, disadvantaged and underserved areas.

 

DR. EDFEL V. CABAG

EPS, LRMDS

JOGIE B. GUBATON

Project Development Officer II – LRMDS

LEONARDO M. LEGASPI

Division Librarian Designate

Specific Functions:

  1. Manage the implementation of policies, guidelines, standards and specifications in the procurement, development, production and utilization of learning resources.

  2. Evaluate, quality assure and approved localized learning resources for the use of schools, LCs and the School’s Division Office (SDO).

  3. Develop materials for various delivery systems through the use ICT-enbale solutions.

  4. Provide technical assistance to schools and LCs in development, production, storage, distribution, and utilization of learning.

  5. Oversee the Uitlization of processes to support access to teaching and learning resources.

 

LESTER C. PABALINAS

Education Program Supervisor (Science)

MARILYN J. DE LIMA

Education Program Supervisor (Filipino)

DR. MARIO A. DEJITO

Senior High School Coordinator/Education Program Supervisor (EPP/TLE/TVL)

DR. RENATO B. LAUZA

Education Program Supervisor (Social Studies)

DR. CARMELA A.GELOGO

Education Program Supervisor (MTB, SPED, Kindergarten, Multigrade)

DR. ANDERSON T. PEREGRINO

Education Program Supervisor (ESP)

ARNULFA L. MARCIAL

Education Program Supervisor (Math)

FRANCISCA C. VILLOSILLO

Education Program Supervisor (English) /Private School In-charge

DR. PRETIZA P. MENDREZ

Education Program Supervisor (MAPEH)

RYAN CYRUS L. LARONA

Education Program Specialist II (ALS)

MARVIN S. MINGAO

Education Program Specialist II (ALS)

Specific Functions:

  1. Provide professional and instructional advice and support to the school heads and teachers /facilitators of schools and learning centers in the district or cluster.

  2. Provide technical assistance in curriculum implementation in coordination with the Instructional Management Team .

  3. Coordinate and represent DepED in the Municipal School Board and ensure that all schools/LCs have equitable share in the SEF budget.

  4. Monitor schools and LCs requisition, utilization, and liquidation of SEF funds of the municipality.

  5. Coordinate with other agencies both internal and external in resource generation and linkages.

  6. Initiate, and strengthen the community of schools/LCs, professional teachers and learners in the district.

  7. Settle disputes among education stakeholders in the district.

  8. Provide Teachnical Assistance to schools and LCs in learning management, delivery systems and assessment modes for all types of learners consistent with the national and regional policies and standards.

  9. Implement pilots and try-outs of the localized learning systems, innovative delivery modes and use results to imptove instruction.

  10. Coordinate and provide technical assistance to schools in planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of ALS programs and researches.

  11. Coordinate the conduct of literacy mapping, literacy surveillance, developmental activities, learning sessions, advocacy, resource generations and social mobilization.

  12. Guide and coach the Mobile Teachers in advocacy and communicty organization, conduct of learning sessions, materials development, distribution, utilization and adaptation.

 

FULGENCIO M. SUMAGAYSAY

Cluster Head (CLUSTER I)

JHONAS P. ABONDIENTE

Cluster Head (CLUSTER II)

JHONAS P. ABONDIENTE

Cluster Head (CLUSTER III)

MERCEDES M. PAINANDOS

Cluster Head (CLUSTER IV)

Specific Functions:

  1. Manage the implementation of the localized basic education curriculum and special programs for all types of learners in compliance to national and regional standards.

  2. Provide learning support to schools and LCs for the effective implementation of the localized basic education curriculum and special programs.

  3. Provide Technical Assistance to schools and LCs in the enhancement of classroom management skills, instructional competence, curriculum implementation and conduct of research e.g. classroom-based action research.

  4. Monitor and evaluate the implementation of the basic curriculum and co-curriculum programs in both public and private schools.

  5. Conduct studies on curriculum and instruction and utilize research findings for the improvement of and for increased access to learning.

  6. Provide technical assistance to schools and LCs in learning management , delievry systems and assessment modes for all types of learners consistent with the national and regional policies and guidelines.

  7. Implement pilots and try-outs of the localized learning systems, innovative delivery modes and use results to improve curriculum instruction.

  8. Implement and monitor the special needs education in public and private schools consistent with the national and regional policies.

  9. Pilot learning models and strategies for special needs education (Madrasah, IP, PWD) in identified schools.

  10. Provide Technical Assistance to schools and LCs in the implementation of learning models and strategies for special needs education.

  11. Develop a Division Research Agenda on curriculum and instruction.

  12. Provide technical assistance to schools in the conduct of researches on curriculum and instruction.

  13. Undertake Division researches on Curriculum and Instruction attune to global trends.

  14. Disseminate and utilize research findings into a practical and doable manner.