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ABS-CBN LINKOD KAPAMILYA FOUNDATION INC. - PROGRAMA GENIO SP

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Transcript of ABS-CBN LINKOD KAPAMILYA FOUNDATION INC. - PROGRAMA GENIO SP

How to Acquire Knowledge
1) Formal Education
"structured education system"

2) Non-Formal Education
"flexible education system"

3)Informal Education
"socialization process"
Objectives of the study on ALS
Results
Learners:
1) profile
2) short term goals
3) long term goals
4) activities inside ALS
5) awareness of PG
6) perceived benefits
7) progress
8) plans
9) suggestions
Fig. 1 Diagram of the actual relationship of the learners, ALS, and Programa Genio.

Objectives of the Manuscript
Generally, to narrate the internship of the student.

Specifically:
• Describe the structure, function, and goals of ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya Foundation;
• Describe the roles and responsibilities of the Intern in his practicum;
• Discuss the Findings of the intern’s study on the Alternative Learning System sponsored by Programa Genio; and
• Provide insights and recommendations to the agency and the program.

ABS-CBN LINKOD KAPAMILYA FOUNDATION INC. - PROGRAMA GENIO SPONSORED ALTERNATIVE LEARNING SYSTEM 2015 IN CALAUAN, LAGUNA:THE EXPERIENCES AND INSIGHTS OF A STUDENT OF SOCIOLOGY
described the:

Beneficiaries’ socio-demographic profile

Awareness of the program and the program’s support
Beneficiaries reasons and motivations

Experience of attending ALS and the program’s assistance or inadequacies

Beneficiaries’ plans after finishing ALS.

More males, only five participants are females
14 y/o – 34 y/o
17 High-School Dropouts • 2 Elementary Dropouts
2 married • 17 single participants
Considered themselves to be included in the lower-middle class
Education would relieve their current status.

Securing a diploma
Thirst for knowledge
Ashamed of returning to Formal School
ALS’ appropriateness
Stable financial status
Accomplishing their dreams
Earning a higher status
Lectures
Daily 20-items quizzes
Daily journal entries
More or less aware of Programa Genio
Projects outside ALS
Other beneficiaries, specifically children (7 – 12 year olds)
Low awareness attributed to tangible and external factors
High awareness due to internal growth and personal development

Material Benefits
Edibles
Hygienic Kits
Writing Materials
Non-material Benefits
Knowledge acquired
Sense of “Family”
Higher Chances of Success

They are not yet Geniuses
YES = ALS have provided them with knowledge that would guide them in the future, and
NO = ALS is not yet finished with us (there are still more things to learn).
Ideal Genius
Mathematician
Fluent in the English Language
Mastery
Specialization

Be employed right after ALS
Continue to tertiary education then be employed
Without ALS...
Educational
computer with internet access,
textbooks rather than modules,
a fieldtrip, and
a shuttle

Recreational
Meet a celebrity
Sports
Friendly competitions

Voluntaristic Theory of Social Action
All social actions must have an end or goal
The means in achieving this goal is regulated by normativity
Pattern variables
Value Orientation – dispositional standards (personal choice, habit, or characteristic tendencies) affecting the actions of the actors
Motivational Orientation – appeals to the individuals’ rationality, maximizing gratification and minimizing deprivation

Exchange Theory
Social behavior is an exchange of more or less rewarding or costly activities between 2 individuals performing the most rational choice
Value proposition – a valued action is likely to be repeated
Deprivation proposition – stripped actions are more likely to be valued
*Stimulus proposition – immediately rewarded behavior is likely to be repeated

Fig. 2 Diagram of the learners’ perceived relationship among themselves, ALS, and Programa Genio.


Learners perceive ALS and
Programa Genio as a single entity

Learners, albeit the duality of
ALS and Programa Genio, are aware
that the two organizations are two
independent systems; having
their own meaning and purpose.
Learners perceive Programa Genio as a doppelgänger of ALS.
They see ALS as a source of benefits and not as a benefit received (from Programa Genio)
They have redirected questions regarding Programa Genio to ALS
Thus they perceive Programa Genio as
an inspiring institution
Teaches to change lives (and not merely to teach)
Mimics a family setting
Gives appreciated non-material benefits

Physical and Aesthetic improvement
Installation of electricity and indoor plumbing
Provision of cleaning paraphernalia and adopting a garbage disposal system
Methodological improvements
Enlistment of Learners
Learner Orientation
Creation/renewal of learner’s application form
Learning Process
Conducting quarterly student assessment and objective alignment
Sterner teachers

Suggestions and Learning Insights
Roles and Responsibilities of the Intern
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