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RBEC Revised Basic Education Curicullum

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Charmane Laxa

on 3 July 2013

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Transcript of RBEC Revised Basic Education Curicullum

Revised Basic Education Curriculum (RBEC)
CRITICS say about RBEC before they implemented it:
Raul Roco
Based on a 16 year old study
DepEd Order No. 43
Aug. 29,2002
June 12, 2013
The 2002 Restructed Curriculum for Elementary Education
The DepEd envisions that every learner to be functionally literate shall be equipped with life-long skills, the appreciations of the arts and sports and imbued with the desirable values of a person who is “Makabayan, Makatao, Makakalikasan at MakaDiyos”.

In line with the vision, the DepEd mission is to provide quality basic education that is equitably accessible to all and to lay the foundations for life-long learning and service for the common goals.

They enhanced to put emphasis on helping every learner particularly in Grades 1 to 3 to become a successful reader.
New focus of Mathematics in the secondary level is offered in First Year; Intermediate Algebra in second year; and Geometry in third year.
Importance on interactive learning approaches between teachers and students
The integrative approaches to teaching will lead to a more holistic view rather than fragmented learning
More Holistic Learner
Greater focus on values formation in all the subject areas
Emphasis on the development of self-reliant and patriotic citizens
Emphasis on the use of effective strategies for the development of critical and creative thinking skills
Values Education in the 2003 Revised Basic Education Curriculum
Yeban also argued
What is the values and life skills outcome of the RBEC?
Among the values included are:

• Patriotism
Respect for self
A positive attitude towards work
Knowledgeable and skilled in livelihood and technology
Possessed of a global vision
Faithful in accomplishing one’s duty
Respectful of culture & human rights
Caring for environment
RBEC has some loopholes
The methods are not clearly defined
 A well-defined in-service training on these new strategies and technologies must be done at every level.
 A well-defined in-service training must be fully understood

The methods of content delivery, application of new technologies and integration mechanism are not clearly defined.
• “No one can categorically say or would admit if there are subjects that will be watered down under the restructured curriculum,”
“It is not clear how Makabayan will be taught.”
“Any increase on the time allotment for a certain subject will result in the reduction of the time allotment for other disciplines.”
“It's not like chopsuey … . There is no learning syllabus for teachers. DepEd leaves the principals to implement RBEC and many of them are now confused.”
Literacy that empowers the pupil to:
– function appropriately in life
– interacting in a healthy manner with society and the world
– equipped with life skills
– appreciative of the arts and sports, and spiritual.
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