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EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS

BEST PRACTICES OF THE DIVISION

The Division of Naga City is proud to be a haven of some notable educational programs and projects that promote quality education in the country.

Project Naga

A project of integrated division activities and collaborative efforts of DepEd, GO’s, NGO’s, and LGU’s personnel that was implemented in SY 2003-2004 for a higher performance level of DepEd Naga. Components of the project are the 6L’s (Linis Isip, Linis Bibig, Linis Puso, Linis Katawan, Linis Paligid and Landscape); 3P’s (Putting people, property and processes in Proper Perspective); and strengthtening the 4T’s (Teachers, Textbooks, Teaching devices and Test Items).

Brigada Eskwela

Implemented in the Elementary and Secondary Schools of the Division with the cooperation and support of the parents, business sector, and local community to repair school facilities and undertake beautification and other improvements before the start of another school year.

Phil-IRI (Philippine Informal Reading Inventory)

An authentic reading assessment conducted to all Grade I and Grade VI pupils to evaluate both quantitative and qualitative information about the pupils’ reading capabilities.

Japanese Language Program

The first Japanese Language program offered in the Bicol Region.
Students were not only taught how to speak, write, and read Japanese(Hiragana, Katakana, and Kanji) but to be familiar with Japan’s culture as well.
Fifteen (15) selected first year students in 2003 attended the program in Naga City Science High School for two hours Every Saturday. In October 2004 two more classes were opened; one for the first year students and another for interested teachers and other professionals.
Said program was made possible through the aegis of Dr. Lydia A. Templonuevo, ES-1, Science & Technology, who was a recepient of Japan’s Foundation visit-grant in September, 2003, together with Ms. Nancy Refugio (Tabuco Central School), recepients of Japan’s Teacher-Training Scholarship Program in 2001-2003 and 2002-2004, respectively.

Project CLICK

(A Computer Literacy and Instructional Center for Kids)
This represents the city government’s effort to address the digital divide through strategic investments in expanding internet access. The Computer Literacy and Instructional Center for Kids (CLICK) project of the city school board provided PC units to all public schools in Naga. The program piggybacked on this school-based initiative to create local cyber schools, effectively providing internet access in all areas of the city. Together with internet stations in key village halls (called cyber barangays), this component represents a continuing effort to fully address the needs of the 67% without ICT access.

Share-a-meal

A year-round activity designed to improve nutritional status among school children

Project INSPIRE
(Improve School Nutrition Program Implementation Re-Engineering and Evaluation). An innovative project to implement nutrition programs in terms of nutrition education, services, programs, and linkages.

PreSchool Service Contracting Scheme

An alternative delivery system to provide preschool experience to prospective Grade I pupils (DepEd Order No. 58, s.2003)

Project RUSH
(Revitalized Utilization of Skills at Home and School)
A year-round activity intended to enhance the learning ability and skills of teachers, pupils, and students.

ECARP (Every Child A Reader Program)

Implemented to improve the teaching performance of Reading teachers in Grades I-III.

Non-Formal Education Programs and Projects

1.0 CEP (Continuing Education Program)
1.1 A.E.(Accreditation & Equivalency System)
1.2 FELP (Functional Education Literacy Program)
1.3 LSCS (Literacy Cumlivelihood)
1.4 Mobile Class Project
1.5 Project READ (Revitalized Education and Development of Community-Based Curriculum)
1.6 CBP-LP (Community-Based Curriculum Through Lifelong Program)

CSBTP
(Continuing School-Based Training Program) for Science and Math, Sibika at Kultura I-III, HEKASI IV-VI and Araling Panlipunan (Secondary); EPP and TLE

Project IMUS (
Increased Proficiency Level through Maximum Utilization of Teaching Strategies, Instructional Materials and Education Results)

CFSS
(Child-Friendly School System) / STS (Student Tracking System)

Project TETSA
(Training Enhancement for Teachers in All Subject Areas)

Project CHILD
(Children Holistic Intensive Learning and Development)

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