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DepEd Teacher Induction Program (TIP) Core Course 6

This course emphasizes the value of teachers’ professional and personal development.

It will help you better understand the importance of continuing professional development and participating in professional networks to share and enhance your knowledge and practices. It presents the policies on promotion and opportunities for progression available for teachers in the department. You will also know about how to maintain your personal development and wellbeing. As the last course in the Teacher Induction Program (TIP), it will help you adopt practices that will sustain your professional and personal development.

Intended Course Learning Outcomes

At the end of this course, you should be able to:

  1. be familiar, and eventually comply with the guidelines on continuing professional development, career progression, and promotion,
  2. participate in professional networks to share knowledge and enhance practice towards continuing professional development (7.3.2), and
  3. adopt practices that uphold the dignity of teaching as a profession through professional and personal development (7.2.2).

Course Outline:

Module 1: Salaries, Wages, and Benefits of Teachers

Module 2: Continuing Professional Development

Module 3: Policies on Promotion and Opportunities for Progression

Module 4: Personal Development and Well-being

Module 5: Developing a Personal Professional Improvement Plan

Estimated time required: 5 hours

Portfolio Output: Professional Development Plan


Induction Program for Beginning Teachers (IPBT) – Induction Program (TIP) Core Course 6

Course 6: Teachers’ Professional and Personal Development

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