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DepEd Curriculum Implementation Division Office Functions

Name of Office/Division: Curriculum Implementation
Division Strand/Governance level: Schools Division Office

Statement of Purpose

Schools and Learning Centers continuously improve the management of curriculum implementation.


Schools and learning centers are able to implement the curriculum effectively.

Schools and Learning Centers are able to continuously improve management and instruction for the attainment of desired learning outcomes.

DepEd Curriculum Implementation Division Office Functions (Key Results Areas & Key Performance Indicators)

DepEd Curriculum Implementation Division Job Description Summary

PositionJob Summary
Chief Education Supervisor (SG24)To provide strategic and technical inputs towards the full implementation of the articulated basic education curriculum, enforcing curriculum standards, localization and indigenization of the articulated curriculum to suit the conditions and context of the locality and ensuring access to quality and varied learning resources.

To direct and manage the work of the CID team that will help manage curriculum implementation in the schools division and provide technical assistance to the schools in line with the curriculum and learning management.
Public School District Supervisor (SG22)To provide schools and learning centers in a district with relevant and timely service through:

– the conduct of instructional supervision
– provision of technical assistance in school management and curriculum implementation
– establishing a conducive physical environment for learners and school workers
– sustaining strong and harmonious partnerships and collaboration among stakeholders in order to improve access to and delivery of quality basic education.
Education Program Supervisor (LRMDS Manager, QA Coord.) (SG22)To supervise the development, production and distribution of all types of learning resources (printed, digital, multimedia, etc.) for use in the schools division so as to increase access to varied quality learning resources by intended users (i.e. teaching and learning resources and professional development materials)

To improve the delivery of the basic education curriculum.

To provide technical assistance to the schools in the set-up, management, operations and maintenance of their Learning Resource Centers.
Education Program Supervisor (SG22)To provide technical support in the full implementation of the articulated basic education curriculum for a subject area and the development of learning resource materials to suit the conditions and context of the locality.

To provide technical assistance to the Schools in the curriculum implementation, instructional supervision and learning materials development and quality assurance.

(When part of LR Design and Development Team, may be assigned as Instructional Design and Development Coordinator)
Education Program Specialist II (Deployed for ALS) (SG16)To provide basic education services to out-of-school children, youth and adults by assisting the PSDS in coordinating activities on ALS programs & projects; instructional supervision; monitoring & evaluation and provision of technical assistance to ALS Learning Facilitators (Mobile Teachers, DALSCs, Literacy Volunteers, Instructional Managers, Facilitators) at the District level.
Project Development Officer II (LRMDS) (SG15)To assist the LR supervisor informing and supporting the various LR design and development teams, coordinating schedules content developers (writers, illustrators, editors, QA reviewers) and target outputs and sourcing out the necessary support for the teams including providers for the needed competencies (e.g. writer, editor, illustrator, creative and layout artist, etc.)

To encode metadata and support content development activities as directed.

To respond to individual users’ queries and difficulties with the Web-based LRMDS, provide instructions and training, and diagnose and solve common problems.
Librarian II (LRMDS Administrator) (SG15)To manage, maintain, and monitor uploaded and catalog of materials in the LRMDS portal and maintain the schools division library

To provide technical assistance to the library hubs and Learning Resource Centers as well as monitor the effectiveness in the delivery of their services
Administrative Aide VI (SG6)To assist the management and staff and provide administrative support in the effective and efficient operation of the CID Division.

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