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The Integration of Career

Guidance in the K to 12
Macario Ontal
Assistant Chief
OIC-Curriculum and Instruction Division

Presentation Guide

Where are we? (Real Scenario )


What have we done?
What is DepED doing?
What do we need to do next

1. Where are we? (Real Scenario )


Our Graduates- disadvantaged ( young and
inadequate preparation)
First NCAE result, SY 2006-2007, showed that
3.76 -aptitude for college
58.03- inclination for entrepreneurship and techvoc education
(1.3 M graduating students in Public and Private
schools)

Where are we? (Real Scenario )


Majority who do not pursue college
Too young to enter the labor force
Those who intent to go into business to young
to legally enter into contracts

2. What have we done?


RHGP Revitalized Homeroom program
(1989 NSEC to 2002 BEC
Edukasyon sa Pagpapahalaga: 2010 SEC
Homeroom Guidance Program

RHGP MODULE: First Year


Meeting

Goal Setting & Decision Making

Career Planning

Setting Realistic Goals

Self-discovery

First Goal in High School

Knowing Yourself

Weighing Options

Analyzing your interest & aptitudes

Factors Affecting Ones Decision

Making a Career choice

Steps in Decision Making

Module 2: 2nd Year


Meeting

Goal Setting & Decision Making

Career Planning

Setting Attainable Goals

Plotting your career direction

Establishing Clear Goals

Choosing a suitable career for you

Making your dream Come true

Work skills

Achieving short-term goals

Values and vocation

Steps in Decision Making

Choosing a career

Module 2: 3rd year


Meeting

Goal Setting & Decision Making

Career Planning

Mission and Goals

Concept of career planning

Setting goals and teaching them

Writing a resume

Deciding step by step

Application for employment

Using a model in decision making

Passing the interview

Predicting outcomes

Attitude in job hunting

Module 2: 4th Year


Meeting Goal Setting & Decision Making

Career Planning

Your life and your goal

Going to college

Seeing through future

Where to search for job

Life Plans

Preparing for a job

Qualities of good employee

Finding on the implementation of


RHGP
Acquiring greater self-awareness and selfknowledge (aware of their strength and
weaknesses)
Learning new skills and behavior such as
setting goals, decision making, making friends,
discerning true form exploitative friends and
better study habits
Functional guidance program, peer counseling
enhanced

3. What is the department doing?


K to 12 basic Education Program
- Career Pathways
- Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao
Practices on Career Guidance

Imperatives for k to 12
Produce holistically developed learners who
21st century skills
Decongest the curriculum to improve mastery
of basic competencies
Ensure seamlessness of elementary,
secondary and post secondary competencies

Imperatives for k to 12
Improve teaching through the use of
enhanced pedagogies and medium of
instruction
Expand job opportunities by reducing jobsskills mismatch and providing better
preparation for
- higher education
- middle level skills development
- employment/entrepreneurship

Curriculum model of k to 12
Grade 11-12
core academic areas (5)
Academic specialization
Engineering, journalism/foreign language

Tech-voc specialization
Sports specialization
entrepreneurship

Curriculum model of k to 12
Grade 7-8, and 9-10,
Core academic areas (8)
include TLE (choice of agri-fishery, industrial arts,
HE or ICT)

Core Learning areas plus MT until grade 3;


Science starting grade 3; EPP starting grade 4
Grade K- Learning domains

Curriculum model of k to 12
Junior/Senior HS curriculum offers tracks that
lead to specialization in
- academics
`
- Tech-Voc
-Sports and Arts
-entrepreneurship

Career pathways
For learners to tap into their strengths and
make a career our of their talents, which may
be in the field of science, arts, sports,
journalism language
-Technology and livelihood program
- special program in journalism
- special program in foreign language
-SPA
-SPS -SPED

Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao (EsP):


Discipline Base
Ethics- morality of human acts
Career Guidance- matching of learners skill,
interest and aptitude with the requirements
of industry and the world of work (DO no. 67,
s. 1997

Career Guidance Concepts


1. Awareness of Self: Strengths, skills, aptitudes,
interest, preferences
1.1 Uniqueness of every person
1.2 Arousing a desire to a productive
member of the society
1.3 values to be stressed- self respect,
integrity

Career Guidance Concepts


2. Awareness and appreciation of People,
starting with members of ones family and
people in the community whose
ocupation/career (vtp) contribute to the
sociey.
2.1 values-valuing others, openness, integrity

Career Guidance Concepts


3. Awareness of the factors to be considered in
choosing the right career
3.1 importance of being in the right career
3.2 benefits to the:
a. person- happy, fulfilled and productive
b. family and society: when a person is
happy, fulfilled and productive, there is no
need to work abroad that may break the
family
3.3 values-service to and love of the country

Career Guidance Concepts


4. Choosing the right course to take to prepare a
person for the right career (vtp)
4.1 need to have valid, accurate information
about the career
4.2 matching the person with career
4.3 values: service to and love of the country

PRACTICES ON CAREER GUIDANCE


UNDER THE K TO 12 PROGRAM
Career awareness Building- General
orientation of students, starts of classes in G7
Administration of the HS Occupational Interest
inventory in G8
Administration of the NCAE in G9
Comprehensive Guidance Program- K to 12

Comprehensive guidance program


Individual inventory( mental ability, aptitude test)
Feedback (congruence of results with
jobs/careers)
Career action plan
Placement(career guidance orientation, DOLEs
career coaching
Follow up (ey) reachout to students, reproduce
CG mats. Bulletin boards
NCAE (third year)
Career decision (after Junior or Senior HS)

What do we do need to do next?


Formulation of core messages on career guidance
Integration of CG core messages in Curr. Guides,
modules and Teaching guides or relevant learning
areas
Formulation of M&E framework
Allocation of a permanent budget source for CG
activities
Strengthening of networking activities and
partnerships