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Secondary Education Development Program (SEDP)

This new secondary education curriculum in effect is designed to continue pupil development started by PRODED.

Aims to continue what was started in the elementary grades to high school to improve the quality of graduates, broaden accessibility to quality secondary education and promote equity in the allocation of resources, especially at the local level.

Why the need to change the 1973 revised secondary education Program?
1. The multidisciplinary and inter-disciplinary approaches which were good features of the 1973 revised curriculum were not reflected in the instructional materials or in the classroom processes; 2. The desire to develop among students good work attitudes fell short of expectations; and 3. The conceptual approach to problem solving in the social sciences proved ineffective for learning the content of social science subjects, etc

Legal and other Bases of the 1989 SEDP


PRIMARY LEGAL BASES
1987 CONSTITUTION IN ARTICLE XIV SEC. 1
The state shall protect and promote the right of all citizens to quality education at all levels and shall taken appropriate steps to make such education accessible to all SEC. 3 (1), (2) SECTIONS 14, 19 AND ARTICLE XV SEC. 1 (EDUCATIONRELATD CONSTITUTIONAL REQUIREMENTS

D NO. 6-A AND BATAS PAMBANSA BLG 232 (EDUCATION ACT OF 1982) - Clearly spells the need for the kind of education that will continue general education started in the elementary grades - Prepare learners for college and prepare learners for the world of work

MAIN COMPONETS AND GOALS OF THE SEDP


Aims to improve the quality of education and covers curriculum development, staff development and physical facilities development.

SEDP FOCUS ON FOLLOWING STRATEGIES


CURRICULUM REFORM PROVISION OF QUALITY TEXTBOOKS/TEACHERS MANUAL ON A 1:1 BASIS PROVISION OF SCIENCE AND WORK EDUCATION EQUIPMENT STAFF DEVELOPMENT (SHORT AND LONG TERM) ASSISTANCE TO PRIVATE EDUCATION RESEARCH STUDIES ON NCEE, BARANGAY HIGH SCHOOLS, CAREER GUIDANCE, ETC

TO EFFECT EFFICIENCY IN THE SYSTEM, THE SEDP WILL ALSO FOCUS ON:
RESEARCH STUDIES ON SCHOOL LOCATION AND DISTRIBUTION , FINACING, FINACING SCHEMES, TEACHERS SALARIES AND BENEFITS, ETC TRAINING OF ADMINISTRATORS STRENGTHENING OF MANAGEMENT AND EVALUATIN SYSTEM

OBJECTIVES OF THE NEW SECONDARY CURRICULUM

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AFTER GOING THROUGH THE NEW SECONDARY CURRICULUM, THE STUDENTS SHALL: DEVELOP AND ENGLIGTHENED COMMITMENT TO THE NATIONAL IDEALS BY CHERISHING, PRESERVING, AND DEVELOPING MORAL, SPIRITUAL AND SOCIOCULUTURAL VALUES, AS WELL AS OTHER DESIRABLE ASPECTS OF THE Filipino heritage; OBTAIN KNOWLEDGE AND FORM DESIRABLE ATTITUDES FOR UNDERSTANDING THE NATURE AND PURPOSE OF MAN AND THEREFORE, OF ONES SELF, ONES OWN PEOPLE, AND OTHER RACES, PLACES AND TIME, THEREBY, PROMOTING A KEEN SENSE OF SELF, OF FAMILY AND OF NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITIES ACQUIRE WORK SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND INFO AND WORK ETHIC ESSENTIAL FOR MAKING AN INTELLIGENT CHOICEE OF AN OCCUPATION OR CAREER, AND FOR SPECIALIZED TRAINING IN SPECIFIC OCCUPATIONS BROADEN AND HEIGHTEN THEIR ABILITIES IN AND APPRECIATION FOR THE ARTS, SCIENCE AND TECH AS A MEANS OF MAXIMIZING THEIR POTENTIALS FOR SELFFULFILLMENT AND FOR PROMOTING THE WELFARE OF OTHERS.

SCOPE AND SEQUENCE OF THE CURRICULUM


ENGLISH PILIPINO MATH SCI AND TECH (GEN SCI, BIO, CHEM, PHYSICS) AP (PHIL HIS., ASIAN HIS., ECON ., WORLD HIS) EDUKASYON, PANGKATAWAN, KALUSUGAN AT MUSIKA, ARTS (III-IV) TECH (I-II) AND H.E.(III IV) VALUES ED.

CURRICULUM, VALIDITY, RELEVANCE AND EFFECTIVENESS


TRIED OUT IN 80 PILOT SCHOOLS REPRESENTING SEVEN TYPES OF SECONDARY SCHOOLS, NAMELY:
BARANGAY MUNICIPAL PROVINCIAL SECTARIAN CITY - VOCATIONAL - PRIVATE SECRETARY - PRIVATE NON-

TRY OUT CLASSES WERE REGULARLY MONITORED AND EVALUATED STUDIES TO DETERMINE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TEACHING AND LEARNING WERE CONDUCTED THESE STUDIES INCLUDED SURVEYS OF STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND ADMINS PERCEPTIONS ON THE NEW TEXTBOOKS, MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION, TIME ALLOTMENT AND NEW SUBJECT AREAS.