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Assessement In Student Learning 2

COLEGIO DE STA. TERESA DE AVILA FOUNDATION INC.


#6 Kingfisher Cor. Skylark St. Zabarte Subdivision, Novaliches, Quezon City
Second Semester: A.Y. 2015-2016

PORTFOLIO
In Partial Fulfillment in
Assessment of Student
Learning II
Submitted by:
Trobia, Ronaldo B.
(BSED-Social Science/ 4-1)

Submitted to:
Dr. Edmar L. Laceda
(ASLII Professor)
April 7, 2016

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Table of Contents
I. Introduction about
Self.
Page 3

II. Educational Issues


A. K-12 unresolved Issues
. Page 4
Reflection
Page
5

B.Timeline Attacks on the Lumad of


Mindanao..... Page 6
Reflection
.. Page 7

III. Product Oriented Assessment


Rubrics.. Page 7

IV. Product-Oriented Performance-Based Assessment


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I. INTRODUCTION ABOUT SELF

Ronaldo B. Trobia, twenty-three


years old (23 yrs. old) is residing in Maligaya
Park Subdivision Novaliches Quezon City.
Ronaldo is the youngest of the family, they are
four in the family with his older sister named
Roselyn Trobia whos an ALS teacher in Lagro
High School, his parents names are Rodrigo
and Remedios Trobia. Rodrigo, a very diligent, resilient and hardworking
person, a driver of JAM Liner Bus Company for fifteen years (15 yrs.) that has
been the source of his familys bread and butter and Remedios, a full-time
loving housewife mother. Her mother is currently suffering from stroke that
has driven him more to pursue his studies and have a career in the future
that will serve as a proponent both for his family and his self.
Ronaldo B. Trobia is a working-student from Colegio De Sta.
Teresa De Avila. He is also currently working in the Jollibee Foods Corporation
as one of its Senior Crews in one of its stores. He has always been a fighter
for he is always aiming for his goal to graduate in college and to earn his
degree by helping his own self by working in the most leading fast food chain
in the Philippines where he can get the funds to support his studies. He is
now about to graduate in this coming April 28. So one can really assess that
poverty is not a hindrance to reach your goal and level-up your status in life.
If you want to live the way you wanted to be, theres no one will help you but
yourself, its your choice at the end of the day.
Right now, he already passed the managerial exam in Jollibee
Foods Corporation and planning to be a managerial trainee and hopefully be
one of the aspiring managers of Jollibee Foods Corporation. After graduation,
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he plans to submit the remaining requirements on his application most
especially his credentials to move his applications process.

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II. EDUCATIONAL ISSUES
A. K-12: The unresolved issues
By Paolo Taruc, CNN Philippines

(File photo) Students watch on through a classroom window as teachers


from the San Fernando Central School practice a traditional dance for a
school demonstration in Tacloban, Leyte.
(CNN Philippines) It's been nearly three years since the government
began implementing its K-12 educational reform program but the policy
continues to have its share of detractors.
Last March, a coalition of teachers and staff of higher educational institutions
around the Philippines petitioned the Supreme Court to suspend the K-12 law.
The program adds two years of senior high school to the country's basic
education system which allow senior high school students to specialize in
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one of three tracks: academic, technical-vocational-livelihood, and sports and
arts.
In a statement, the Suspend K12 Coalition said that the K-12 program does
not take into account the labor rights of teaching and nonteaching staff who
will be displaced by the program.
"Unless full protection of labor is ensured and the attack on security of
tenure is ensured and the attack on security of tenure and other rights is
avoided, the K-12 Law becomes a justice and peace issue."
As head of the coalition, Professor Rene Tadle of the University of Santo
Tomas told CNN Philippines that the group agrees with the objectives of the
program. Nevertheless, he said that the law should be suspended because
the government is not yet prepared to implement it, especially with regard to
labor.
"It [the law] only mentioned the word labor once...The law is incomplete in
far as to address [the issue of] labor displacement."
However, Jesus Mateo, assistant secretary of planning and development of
the Department of Education, told CNN Philippines that the government has
set in place programs to accommodate displaced workers.
Mateo points to estimates showing that about 13,000 teaching staff will lose
their jobs over a five-year period, including nearly 11,000 nonteaching staff.
However he says that the government will set aside funding over the next
several years to support a transition fund and several other programs. About
P20 billion in funding has been slated for 2016, as well as P26.7 billion for
2017.
Before K-12, the government said that the Philippines was the last country in
Asia and one of only three countries worldwide with a 10-year pre-university
cycle. Mateo says that "It is meant to ensure that we develop as a country
and be competitive in the global market."
Editor's Note: Assistant secretary Mateo and Professor Tadle will debate the
K-12 program on CNN Philippine's Agenda, hosted by Malou Tiquia, next
Monday, April 20 at 9:30 p.m.

Reflection:

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K-12 program is really not easy to deal with since its the first
time that it was launched in the Philippines and a lot of people thought it was
really a headache to deal with since it will increase the year level in high
school. But then, most of the people didnt know that K-12 will really assist
their children in engaging in their college plans. This will also help the ones
that cant hold their studying since getting into college requires a lot of
money to deal with. And K-12 offers free senior high school fees in
conversion to K-10s 1st year and 2nd year college. So therefore, if a student
can no longer proceed to another level which is really the college years, he
may apply into jobs where he can really be fitting to work because of that
time, the student may already be in his 18th year.

B. Timeline Attacks on the Lumad of Mindanao

(Reference: http://www.rappler.com/nation/105847-timeline-attacks-lumad-mindanao)

June

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The Department of Education Region XI declared that the schools were "not
closed but just not reopened." The military and DepEd announced that the
schools would be replaced by the military using "para-teachers" or soldiers
who will act as teachers.
The administrations of the schools cried foul over the decision of DepEd,
asserting that the government should facilitate the involvement of NGOs that
are trying to fill in the gaps in the education sector. STTICLC and MISFI
explained that the inaccessibility of the area and the present conflict
situation made the process of compliance more challenging.
Reflection:
Indegenous peoples rights were always deprived since they are the
most cast out people in the society in reality. Because like what the article
has been told that the government really didnt pay attention that much to
the indigent people most especially in the Lumad People, Lumad people are
the ethnic group living in the island of Mindanao and these people suffer a lot
from displacing from their ancestral lands into worst which is they are killed
because of their consistent refusal to move out from their lands. I think the
reason why the government has not much aiding these people from the
scenario is they are the ones who are behind these scenes. The government
is after mining in the Lumads lands because of its rich sources of minerals
and oil. And even gems. Social networking is the one who really is helping
these deprived people since this circumstance is covered by the government.

III. PRODUCT ORIENTED ASSESSMENT RUBRICS


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IV. PRODUCT-ORIENTED PERFORMANCE-BASED ASSESSMENT

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