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CURRICULUM DURING THE PHILIPPINE REPUBLIC

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CURRICULUM DURING THE PHILIPPINE REPUBLIC
Department Memorandum No. 30, 1966
Curriculum reforms were results of research and experimentation in education and related disciplines.
Revisions of Course Study:
SECONDARY LEVEL:
Focused on college preparation nor on vocational skills development
-PURPOSE of REVISION is to equip the students with the knowledge of, an insight into appreciate of the ongoing community life and problems


Educational Reforms in the Philippine Curriculum during the Philippine Republic:
Community school idea
Use of vernacular and Filipino as medium of instruction
integrative-activity program
development of local supplementary curriculum materials, resource units, curriculum guides, course study, and other teaching- learning aids based on local resources
locally prepared Filipino-authored textbooks
democratic school practices and teaching methods
individualized instruction
broadfield curriculum
Some of these experiments are:

Community School Idea – pioneered by Jose V. Aquilar
Its goal (Community School Concept) is to improve pupil and community life collaboration through the curriculum
Acknowledge by the Bureau of Public Schools in June 1949
Use of Vernacular as Medium of Instruction in the first two grades of the primary school

sets order of priority of purchase of Philippine-oriented instructional materials like books such as:
1.Books locally published
2.Books written by local authors
3.Books which are contributions to Philippine Literature
4.Books and Charts on Science etc.
Purpose of this is for us Filipinos to:
Patronized our own products
Appreciate the services of great men and women of our country
Preserve our Cultural Heritage.
ELEMENTARY LEVEL:
Vocational Education
PURPOSE: To develop a proper attitude toward work and enhance the agricultural-industrial development of the country.
Areas Include:
Agricultural Education, Business Education, fishery, home economics

Work Education
PURPOSE:To develop knowledge, proper work habits and skills and wise utilization of resources
Technical Education
PURPOSE: For Students to develop craftsmanship and to improve manpower resources of our country
TERTIARY LEVEL:
Students are trained to face the relevant realities of rural life.
Students are exposed to Filipino life situations
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