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Aligning 21st Century Literacies to Industry 4.0 Through Research
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Day 1

(Plenary Session I) Industry 4.0_Prospects and Challenges on Literacy by Dr. Alfredo E. Pascual

(Plenary Session II) The Literacy Research Agenda by Sherlyne A. Almonte-Acosta, Ph.D

(Plenary Session III) Aligning Research on Pedagogies vis-a-vis 21st Century Literacies by Allan B. de Guzman, Ph.D.

(Plenary Session IV) Strengthening Participation of Stakeholders in Literacy Governance by Director Anna Liza F. Bonagua

(Plenary Session V) Panel Discussion_Capacitating Literacy Educators and Workers by Director Gina O. Gonong

(Plenary Session V) Panel Discussion_Capacitating Literacy Educators and Workers by Director John Arnold S. Siena

Day 2

A Foundational Framework for Exemplary Community-Based Literacy Programs and Engagement_Basis for Policy Development by Merry Ruth M. Gutierrez, Ph.D

Synthesis on Policy Recommendations by Nemesio O. Malatamban III

Day 2 – Researches

01) Project ASPIRE_Active Stakeholders Participation and Involvement in Reading Enhancement of the Learners by Carnila D. Simacon, Ph.D. PART 01

01) Project ASPIRE_Active Stakeholders Participation and Involvement in Reading Enhancement of the Learners by Carnila D. Simacon, Ph.D. PART 02

02) Attitudes, Awareness and Skills of Public School Teachers Towards Inclusive Education by Dr. Michael E. Ecoben

03) Assessment of Reading Anxiety & Oral Reading Fluency of Grade 11 Student_Towards Intervention Development by Jane Charity Estrada-Madronero

04) The Extent of Bullying to Alternative Learning System (ALS) Learners by Florena M. Deuna, Ph.D.

05) The Teaching of Mother Tongue as a Separate Subject_The Case of Marinduque Tagalog by Annalyn Jawili-Decena, Ph.D.

06) A Comprehensive Approach Towards Functional Literacy for the Marginalized_The Case of Butuan City by William Christian P. Dela Cruz

07) Workplace Literacy Among In-Service Teachers by Maria Azela Lopez-Tamayo, Ph.D.

08) Flipped Classroom_An Instructional Strategy in Increasing the Performance of Hearing-Impaired Students in Science by Hasima N. Salic

09) Financial Capability of Public School Teachers in the Philippines by Jerick C. Ferrer

 

National Literacy Conference

In celebration of the annual Literacy Week as stipulated in Presidential Proclamation No. 239 entitled Declaring the Period from September 2 to 8 of Every Year as Literacy Week, the Department of Education (DepEd), through the Literacy Coordinating Council (LCC), in cooperation and coordination with other government organizations (GOs), local government units (LGUs), private organizations (POs) and nongovernment organizations (NGOs), will hold the 2019 National Literacy Conference with the theme “Aligning 21st Century Literacies to Industry 4.0 Through Research,” from October 8-10, 2019 in Arevalo, Iloilo City.

The Conference aims to:

a. enhance education leaders and workers’ knowledge on the 21st Century Literacies, Industry 4.0 and research on literacy;
b. present research studies on the 21st Century Literacies;
c. appreciate stakeholders’ participation in literacy governance;
d. gather policy recommendations relevant to the literacy research agenda; and
e. provide a platform for the exchange of experiences and good practices on literacy implementation.

Participants of this conference are:

Agency or Organization

Expected Participants

No. of Participants

DepEd

Regional Directors or

Assistant Regional Directors

17 (one per region)

Regional NLA Coordinators or

Regional ALS Focal Persons

17 (one per region)

Schools Division Superintendents or Assistant Schools Division

34 (two per region)

Division Supervisors of ALS and

Formal Education

34 (two per region)

Education Program Specialist for

ALS (EPSA)

34 (two per region)

Full-time District ALS Coordinators

34 (two per region)

ALS Mobile Teachers

68 (four per region)

DILG

LGU Officials (Mayor or Vice Mayor) actively implementing literacy programs

51 (three per region)

Barangay Chairperson actively involved in the universalization of literacy

34 (two per region)

Other Government and Non-Government Organizations

Society Organizations (CSOs) including NGOs involved in literacy implementation

34 (two per region)

Heads and members of partner academic institutions

17 (one per region)

Researchers from Public and Private Higher Education Institutions

68 (four per region)

 

Total

442 Participants (26 participants per region)

 

BULLETIN BOARD

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