July 17, 2020 1:32 PM    Luzviminda E. Saludares
By: Joseph Jay Aureada - Education Program Supervisor
SDO Tayabas orients teachers on lesson exemplar and print material evaluation The Curriculum Implementation Division of SDO Tayabas through Chief Supervisor Imelda C. Raymundo and the lead-EPS for this training, Joseph Jay Aureada, with the rest of the Education Program Supervisors, delivered online seminar on Evaluation of Print Materials and Lesson Exemplar Using I-D-E-A Instructional Process, June 30, via Facebook Live. The said event was participated by teachers from all levels of the Division of Tayabas City, including all the school heads.
At the plenary session, SDS Aniano M. Ogayon, CESO V quoted Alvin Toffler, “The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn and relearn”.
He added, “Teachers and learning leaders should be able to think of ‘big things’ while doing the “small things”.
Participants were led to evaluate their own lesson exemplar and print materials by adhering on the rubric presented, and gain insights on the processes involved in evaluating a lesson exemplar and print materials anchored on DepEd Regional Memorandum No. 276, s. 2020 “Guidelines on the Preparation PIVOT IDEA Lesson Exemplars.”
In his discussion, Aureada highlighted the criteria by exemplifying parts from the lesson exemplars.
The teachers wrote in their comment boxes their appreciation of the said discussion and compared it to an experience of enlightenment, as the IDEA lesson exemplar is a relatively new format which has brought them confusion and questions.
One participant commented, “I am happy to have been given the chance to attend this webinar; my questions how I would develop and evaluate my own exemplar, as to standards, are now answered.”
The morning discussion was followed by presentation and critiquing of lesson exemplars by select teachers. The session was done in their respective google classroom and was facilitated by Learning Area Supervisors, namely, Joseph Jay U. Aureada, (Values Education) Sancho, Calatrava (Araling Panlipunan), Mildred Galleno (Kindergarten/Special Education), Pelagia Manalang (Mathematics), Richelle Quintero (English), Georgia Talabong (Science), Christian Bables (Filipino), Louie Fullede (EPP/TLE and Sherwin Quesea (MAPEH).
Aureada ended his discussion with the quotation “Begin with an end in mind,” which he borrowed from Stephen Covey’s book, “7 Habits of Highly Effective People.”