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DepEd Teacher Induction Program (TIP) Core Course 4

Welcome to Course 4 of the Teacher Induction Program. This course will guide you toward building relationships with the wider school community to facilitate its involvement in the learning process. It will help you better understand the school community’s context and contextualize the teaching and learning practices. This course will also guide you to comply with the policies and procedures to foster harmonious relationships with learners, parents, and stakeholders.

Intended Course Learning Outcomes

  1. Build relationships with parents/guardians and the wider school community to engage them in the educative process (6.2.2)
  2. Maintain learning environments that are responsive to learners’ needs based on the wider school community contexts (6.1.2)
  3. Comply with and implement school policies and procedures to foster harmonious relationships with learners, parents, and other stakeholders (6.4.2)
  4. Plan and deliver teaching strategies that are responsive to the needs of learners in difficult circumstances (3.4.2)
  5. Adapt and use culturally appropriate teaching strategies to address the needs of learners from specific community contexts, including learners from indigenous groups (3.5.2)

Course Outline:

Module 1: Building Relationships with the Wider School Community

Module 2: Teaching with the Context in Mind

Estimated time required: 4 hours

Portfolio Output: Action Plan (Module 1, Session 1)

READ:

Induction Program for Beginning Teachers (IPBT) – Induction Program (TIP) Core Course 4

Course 4: Responding to Community Contexts

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