The Philippine K-12 Curriculum – In Full Text

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The Philippine K-12 Curriculum
Free Download – In Full Text

 

Parenting
Philippine Eduacation
K-12 Curriculum

 

Last school year 2012, Philippine education officially implemented the K-12 curriculum. A far-cry from most parents (the average and poor sectors) who were unprepared in facing education advancement. Everyone knows the country (in public schools preferably) is drastically left behind in terms of curriculum adjustments. I believed this is the right phase to fully operate it, how else can parents and students understands the motives and adapts to change and improvement when the government and its people slows down progression?

With the approval of the Philippine K-12 Curriculum it only shows that the country’s Department of Education is not as dysfunctional unit as other deemed it. The challenge now is how to quantify teacher training (the budget, resources, and teachers capabilities).

For those of you who wanted to review K-12 Curriculum – In Full Text, you may download the PDF files below.

Full K-12 curriculum (21.2 MB)
English and Mother Tongue (2.5 MB)
Filipino, Health, ESP (2.2 MB)
Araling Panlipunan (576 KB)
Mathematics (1.3 MB)
Science (10.6 MB)
Kindergarten (1.2 MB)

FREE Download: Basic Education Curriculum (Philippine Elementary Learning Competencies) Released Date: June 2010. For the following subjects: English, Edukasyong Pagpapakatao (EP), Edukasyon sa Pagpapalakas ng Katawan (EPK), Edukasyong Pantahanan at Pangkabuhayan (EPP), Mathematics, Filipino, Musika, Science and Health, Sining at Sibika/Kultura.

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Daryll Villena

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2 Comments

Sweet · May 1, 2013 at 9:07 pm

thank you! I’ve been waiting for these curriculum guide since last year.. ^__^

Sam · May 24, 2013 at 7:27 pm

Hi! Thank you for posting! 🙂 Malaking tulong.

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