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Copy of Alternative Learning System

Report on Seminar on Voc. Tech. TUP Manila CIE

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Alternative Learning System is a ladderized, modular non-formal education program in the Philippines for dropouts in elementary and secondary schools, out-of-school youths, non-readers, working Filipinos and even senior citizens. It is part of the education system of the Philippines but an alternative to the regular classroom studies where Filipino students are required to attend daily. The alternative system only requires students to choose schedules according to their choice and availability. Alternative Learning System 1. BLP (Basic Literacy Program)
2. A & E (Accreditation and Equivalency Test) 2 Major Programs To provide a system for assessing levels of literacy and other non-formal learning achievement
To offer an alternative pathway of learning ALS A&E OBJECTIVES: Completers of Basic Literacy Program
Out of school children, youth and adults
Elementary and Secondary drop-outs
Street children and youth
BP-OSA learners
Muslim migrants
People with disabilities PWD’s
Rebel returnees
Industry-based and domestic workers
Indigenous peoples ALS LEARNERS formerly known as the NFE A&E Test
Offers the test takers a certification of learning achievements at two learning levels
Comprise standardized paper and pencil-based tests and use multiple-choice test and composition writing
Items are based on the learning competencies of the five learning strands of ALS Curriculum
Largely based on prior learning ALS Accreditation and Equivalency An elementary level drop out at least 11 years old
A high school dropout at least 15 years old
Non-passers of previous ALS A&E Tests Who are the target clienteles of the ALS A&E Test? Youth and adults although in-school but over aged for Grade 6 (more than 11 years) or for 4th year (more than 15 years) Unemployed / underemployed OSY’s and adults
Elementary and secondary school dropouts / leavers
Industry-based workers, housewives, maids, factory workers, drivers
Members of cultural minorities/indigenous people
Persons with disabilities / physically challenged
Inmates, rebels / soldier integrees Who else are the target clienteles of the ALS A&E Test? May be a learner / attendee or completer of the ALS A&E Learning Support Delivery System
Takers are encouraged to attend the learning interventions to upgrade his/her knowledge and skills acquired from experiences. What does a prospective test taker do to prepare himself / herself for the test? Enroll in post secondary courses of the CHED
Access to MFI and TESDA skills training programs
A chance to acquire eligibility for government employment positions
An elementary level test passer is qualified to enroll as freshman in sec. level educ’n What does one benefit after passing the ALS A&E Test? Basic Literacy Program (BLP) is an intensive community-based training for illiterate out-of-school youth and adults, who are willing to learn basic literacy skills BASIC LITERACY PROGRAM (BLP) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FcFKna3mzvs ability to read with comprehension
ability to compute simple problems
creative thinking and problem solving What are the three basic literacy skills? These skills are: The TARGET LEARNERS are the illiterate out-of-school children, youth and adults. Who are the target learners? Learning Support Delivery System (LSDS), a learning intervention designed to help equip the prospective test taker with the necessary competencies to prepare him/her for the test. What is ALS A&E LSDS No Drop-out Strategy “AGAP SAGIP” It is the strategy to catch up early –potential drop-outs in the formal school both elementary and secondary levels and place/transfer them under the mentorship/stewardship of the Alternative Learning System. It is a project that provides an equal and wider range of opportunities for the drop-outs to develop their full potentials, be empowered and be functionally literate under the ward of non-formal education This projects aims to help decrease, if not totally eradicate the drop-outs in both elementary and secondary levels and to increase the retention rate in the formal education system. Furthermore, it will cater to the basic literacy needs of children, youth and adults who have dropped out from the school due to poverty. Specifically, this project shall: OBJECTIVES of AGAP-SAGIP Project serve as “catch-up” program for students who dropped out from the formal school system;
provide appropriate interventions tailored to the needs of the drop-outs,and;
provide an alternative route for school drop-outs to finish /complete their elementary/secondary schooling. pupils, students who incurred 20% absences during the first semester (June to October) of the school year without valid reasons.
multiplied by 20%:say,109 X 0.20 = 32 days.
pupils and students who committed habitual tardiness despite the conduct of dialogues with parents/guardians and home visitations of teachers and guidance counselors.
pupils/students who engaged into cutting of classes at three(3) times a week. POTENTIAL DROP –OUTS: Family Basic Literacy
Adolescents Friendly Literacy Enhancement (AFLEP)
ALS Mobile Library Program
Arabic Language & Islamic Values Education (ALIVE)
Indigenous Peoples Education
ALS Differently Able Persons
Radio Based Instruction
E- Learning Program
BP-OSA Program Other Programs This is a literacy service learning intervention utilizing literate family members to help non- literate members upgrade their literacy skills and improve the educational opportunities of poor families in the depressed , deprived and underserved (DDU) areas. Family Basic Literacy Project This is a project which targets out-of-school adolescents ages 10 – 24 years old. It provides them with basic literacy about early marriage and parenting , family planning , drug prevention education, livelihood projects, health education and environmental education. Adolescent Friendly Literacy Enhancement Project ( AFLEP ) The Balik Paaralan sa Out of School Adults Balik Paaralan sa Out of School Adults ( BP-OSA)is a certificate Program offered to those who wish to earn an equivalent high school diploma.
The ALS Accreditation and Equivalency program is being utilized in the program. This is a collection of print and non- print materials like books, pamplets, recordings and films placed in a receptacle and circulated in target areas to serve the literacy needs of prospective learners . ALS Mobile Library Project The overall goal of this program is to be able to positively contribute to peace efforts of our government in order to improve the quality of life of muslim OSY and adults through the ALS Arabic Language & Islamic Values Education (ALIVE) Project In addition it is expected that livelihood and entrepreneurship training model and support network will be evolved for this education program. Provide an IP education service acceptable to IP’s in general and to specific communities in particular Indigenous Peoples Education Project This special project is envisioned to regard the out-of –school youth and adults who are differently – able as unique persons , who despite their limitations can become more productive members of the society.
The main thrust of this project is the provision for the development of the basic skills in reading , writing & numeracy ALS for Differently – Able Persons The project aims to establish and strengthen community learning centers in every barangay in collaboration with the local government units.
It is a repository of all reading materials & other relevant documents to be used by the community for literacy & continuing education.
It is a physical space to house learning resources and facilities & a venue for face - to – face learning activities.
A collection of print and non-print materials, such as books , pamphlets, recordings and films placed in a receptacle to be circulated in target areas to serve the literacy and continuing learning needs of prospective learners. Community Learning Center is an alternative delivery mode of A & E Program through radio broadcast. Radio Based Instruction Program Program the project focuses on digitization of the ALS secondary modules Maximino E. Santos Jr.
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