It has been implemented on some countries particularly in the united States, Canada, South Korea, Turkey, Australia, and now the Philippines last 201 1. It is the term for the sum of primary and secondary education. K+12 is in great need of spatial laboratories and classrooms to cater the needs of the students to work “hands-on”, the teaching methodologies and instruction materials are quite unfamiliar to the proctors as well as the learners, and the system itself is required with too much necessity.
B. Statement of the problem General Statement: How competent are the Philippine Schools in Riyadh in the implementation of the K+1 2 Currie alum? Specification: Does the school comply with the requirements of K+12? Are the instruction materials and methods, technical facilities, and equipment used substantial to promote learning? Have the Philippine schools here in Riyadh adapted with the system? C.
Objectives Main Objective: To determine the competency Of the Philippine schools in Riyadh in the implementation of the K+12 Curriculum Specification: To know if the schools comply with the requirements of K+12 To check if the instruction materials and methods, technical facilities, and equipment used substantial to promote learning To see if the Philippine Schools here in Riyadh adapted with the system D.
Significance of the Study This study aims: To determine if K+12 is applied efficaciously in the Philippine schools here in Riyadh To be informed if the instruction materials and teaching methodologies are substantially attained to K+1 2 to promote quality learning To see if the school provides spatial classrooms and laboratories to cater the deeds of the students to work “hands-on” To check if the school’s staff and faculty have adapted with the System TO give more information to the future generation to be able for them to decide on what programs and organizations to implement so that they could help the Philippine schools here in Riyadh to apply the system effectively Chapter II Theoretical Framework Last 5th to 7th of May 2011 , the Aquinas administration’s education reform initiative – the K+12 Basic Education Program – was the subject of the teacher-training workshop for the Philippine Schools Overseas (SO).
To produce globally competitive graduates, Coos recognize the importance of adopting the K+12 program at the soonest time possible. According to Depend sources, the Philippines is the only country in Asia that has not yet adjusted its curriculum. A key ingredient for a successful implementation is the re-orientation of administrators and faculty alongside the preparation of teaching materials for the new curriculum. To anticipate the demand for additional faculty, the Coos called for the simultaneous priming of the current crop of education students ho can effectively handle the delivery of the K+12 program in both private and public schools. In addition, the importance of including parent education as part of the government’s reform initiative was further stressed.
Philippine Schools Overseas are private institutions that have been established in the last twenty years to address the educational needs of children of Overseas Filipinos. There are currently 41 Coos, most of which are located in the Middle East. In Saudi Arabia alone, where an estimated 1 . 1 million Ova’s are based, 22 schools are operational. They have adopted the Asia education curriculum prescribed by the DeEd to facilitate the re- integration of their students into the Philippine educational system upon their return. Over the years, these Coos have also attracted enrollees from other nationality groups in their respective host countries. Graduates of Coos have been accepted into colleges and universities in the Philippines and other foreign countries.