Help Filipino Kids Learn Better &Survive Disasters

by Knowledge Channel Foundation Inc.
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Help Filipino Kids Learn Better &Survive Disasters
Help Filipino Kids Learn Better &Survive Disasters
Help Filipino Kids Learn Better &Survive Disasters
Help Filipino Kids Learn Better &Survive Disasters
Help Filipino Kids Learn Better &Survive Disasters
Help Filipino Kids Learn Better &Survive Disasters
Help Filipino Kids Learn Better &Survive Disasters
Help Filipino Kids Learn Better &Survive Disasters
Help Filipino Kids Learn Better &Survive Disasters
Help Filipino Kids Learn Better &Survive Disasters
Help Filipino Kids Learn Better &Survive Disasters
Help Filipino Kids Learn Better &Survive Disasters
Help Filipino Kids Learn Better &Survive Disasters
Help Filipino Kids Learn Better &Survive Disasters
Help Filipino Kids Learn Better &Survive Disasters
Feb 20, 2015

KCFI continues the gift of knowledge

Knowledge Channel commits to its mission of empowering the Filipino people through education. It continues to share the gift of knowledge through teachers training. The first batch of LEEP Teacher Training was conducted for 15 schools last August 14-16, 2014. A total of 45 participants attended the 3 day training held in Sta. Monica Elementary School in Coron, Palawan. The principals and teachers were trained on using enhanced pedagogies in teaching disaster risk reduction and management concepts. The second batch of teacher training was conducted last December 3-5, 2015 at Guadalupe Elementary School. A total of 60 participants representing 20 schools attended.

A highlight of the training is the exposure of the participants to Knowledge Channel’s resources that are aligned with the K to 12 curriculum. As a gift of learning, an external hard drive was given to each school containing 450 learning materials such as videos, games with session guides that complement the teachers’ and students’ teaching and learning materials.

Monitoring and evaluation of the training program was also conducted last Dec. 2, 2015 in the schools who joined the first batch: Coron National High School, Claudio Sandoval Elementary School and Guadalupe Elementary School. Actual classroom lessons in English, Filipino and Hekasi were recorded.

Students have shown mastery of the content and skills required in their subject and grade level based on the outputs. They also exhibited confidence in manipulating multi-media equipment and in choosing the appropriate video material to enrich their report.

Selected teachers in these schools were interviewed and they shared the change in their teaching style and improvement in their students’ performance after undergoing the 3 day training. They narrated the change in the attendance because the students are excited to go to school and watch the materials from the Knowledge Channel multi-media library. This change was verified when the students were interviewed. They candidly shared that the materials helped them understand and appreciate the lessons. The consistent use of collaborative learning (group dynamics) allowed them to strengthen their interpersonal skills.

To document the experience, a case study has been written to describe the effectiveness of the training on teachers’ behavior. This is translated to the results of the students’ grades during the 2nd and 3rd quarter to verify a change in their learning outcomes.  

To date, all 35 schools in the whole division of Coron underwent teacher training. Moving forward, new modules such as Environmental Education, Cultural and Heritage Preservation are being prepared to address other critical issues. Knowledge Channel’s partnership with the Lopez Group Foundation Inc, Metrobank Foundation and the other generous individuals who supported this program through Global Giving are instrumental in ensuring that more teachers and learners are reached.


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Location: Pasig, NCR - Philippines
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Rina Lopez Bautista
Pasig, NCR Philippines

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