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SDO San Juan conducts Division Orientation on the Implementation of Alternative Delivery Modes(ADMs)

The Schools Division Office-San Juan through the Curriculum Implementation Division- Learning Resource Management Section conducted a Division Orientation on the Implementation of Alternative Delivery Modes (ADMs) entitled, “Unleashing the ADMs: A Guide for Effective Planning and Implementation” on August 14, 2023, at the SDO San Juan City Conference Hall.

The orientation was led by Ms. Krisha Anne M. Soriano, Senior Education Program Specialist Bureau of Learning Delivery.

The Division Orientation was able to orient school heads, ADM school focal persons, and Division personnel on the Alternative Delivery Mode (ADM) Program that is accessible and equitable to men, women, and members of the diverse gender community of learners; to establish the availability of ADM programs in schools through highlighting the school ADM plan, and to craft the ADM plan of schools.

As we have the ever-changing landscape of education, it is crucial that we explore innovative ways to deliver quality learning experiences to our students. Additionally, it is considered crucial for the participants to gain a deeper understanding of the ADM policy guidelines on the aspects of what, why, how, and which. Hence, to shed light on the significance of adapting to changing conditions and making sure that all students have access to high-quality education, regardless of their mode of delivery, all of these were discussed.

During her presentation, Ms. Soriano covered the guiding principles, pre-implementation activities, process flow, ADMs for each key stage, various learning modalities, school ADM strategies, and the like. The teaching and learning processes in schools can be improved by the different ADMs.

The speaker emphasized that despite the presence of ADMs in the National Capital Region, there was a significant percentage of decrease in dropout students over the past several years. It was also shown that the data of status dropouts gathered in the Division of San Juan City had fluctuated. So, she emphasized that Alternative Delivery Modes in schools can be a good option to help the schools improve education by addressing student needs, fostering inclusivity and accessibility, and promoting digital literacy. It may also ensure that learning can continue even in the presence of unforeseen circumstances, and it could lower the rate or prevent the number of students who will drop out.

At the end of the orientation, Dr. Josefino C. Pogoy Jr., Chief of the Curriculum Implementation Division, led the participants in accepting the challenge and commitment. As a result, it is expected that SDO San Juan schools would begin implementing and developing their own alternative delivery action plans for the school year 2023–2024.

The Division Learning Resource Team and School Heads with their respective Alternative Delivery Mode Focal Persons.

Article Written by:

Dyanarha Y. Musni

Teacher I - San Juan City Science High School

Christian A. De Guzman

Teacher I - San Juan City Science High School


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