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DepEd Teacher Induction Program (TIP) Core Course 5

Welcome to Course 5 of the Teacher Induction Program. This course introduces you to the Department of Education and its organizational structures, including the specific roles of the different bureaus, offices, and units. It also presents relevant laws and administrative processes surrounding teachers’ roles, responsibilities, and rights. Lastly, this course orients teachers on the salaries, incentives, and other benefits of DepEd teachers.

Intended Course Learning Outcomes

  1. adopt practices that uphold the dignity of teaching as a profession by exhibiting qualities aligned with the DepEd’s vision, mission, core values, and strategic directions (7.2.2)
  2. demonstrate understanding of how the different offices and bureaus work to support DepEd in accomplishing its vision and mission
  3. review personal teaching practice using relevant laws and regulations that apply to the teaching profession (6.3.2)
  4. demonstrate understanding of the details of teachers’ salaries, incentives, and other benefits

Course Outline:

Module 1: DepEd Organizational Structure and Processes

Module 2: Relevant Laws for Teachers

Estimated time required: 4 hours

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

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Course 5: The DepEd Teacher

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