Complete DepEd Curriculum Guide for Grade 1-10



Here is the complete DepEd Grade 1-10 Curriculum Guide. Since the adaptation of the K-12 program some of the curriculum's have changed. In this post I will share with you the DepEd curriculum guides for Grade 1-10 which is in-lined with the K-12 system. Click the link below to download the curriculum guides.

Complete DepEd Curriculum Guide for Kindergarten



Complete Guide to Filling Out the CS Form No. 212 revised 2017 (PDS)

Here is the complete guide on how to fill out the Personal Data Sheet/CS Form No. 212 revised 2017.

CS Form No. 212 revised 2017- Personal Data Sheet

In this post, I will share with you the cs form no. 212 revised 2017 (Personal Data Sheet).  The civil service commission is the one who make all the forms for the civil service exam. There is now new approved personal data sheet (CS Form No. 212 revised 2017 ).


GUIDE TO FILLING OUT THE PERSONAL DATA SHEET (PDS)


  • The PDS may be accomplished using the MS Word format or MS Excel format.

  • In the MS Excel format, all the tick boxes will automatically be marked once clicked.

  • The PDS must bear the signature of the employee and date of accomplishment at the bottom of every page.

  • Entries in the PDS may be filled out through handwriting or via typewriter/computer.  If handwritten, entries should be in block capital (e.g. PRINT) format using a pen.  

  • All information should be provided accurately.

  • Do not leave blank entries.  Put N/A if not applicable.
  • For purposes of application to a vacant position, the additional sheet for work experience should be accomplished.

IPCRF for Teachers 1, 2 and 3


In this post, I will share with you the IPCRF Form for Teachers 1-3/ ipcrf form for t1-t3.  IPCRF or Individual Performance Commitment and Review Form is used to see the performance of the teachers from t1-t3. 

The rating scale below is based on the Civil Service Commission Memorandum Circular No. 06, series of 2012 that sets the guidelines on the establishment and implementation of the Strategic Performance Management System (SPMS) in all government agencies.


Complete List of ERF Requirements


In this post, I will share with you the complete list of ERF Requirements. What is ERF? ERF stands for equivalent record form which is use when applying for new position. If you're aiming for a higher position as a teacher, principal etc. then you must be familiar the ERF or Equivalent Record Form Requirements.

(ERF)EQUIVALENT RECORD FORM REQUIREMENTS

 (5 original copies) duly accomplished ERF
  1. *Please comply all the requirements: PSDS will sign for Elementary/ Principal for High School

Grade 5 DLL (Daily Lesson Log) - Whole Year

Are you looking for Grade 5 DDL/Daily Lesson Log? then you come in the right place. In this post, I will share with you a sample of complete DLL (Daily Lesson Log) for Grade 5 for whole school year. You can download the Grade 5 DLL below.

DepEd Oplan Balik Eskwela (2017)

Here is the DepEd Oplan Balik Eskwela Memorandum for 2017.

March 17, 2017

DepEd Memorandum No. 55, s. 2017
2017 OPLAN BALIK ESKWELA
To:

Undersecretaries
Assitant Secretaries
Bureau and Service Directors
Regional Directors
Schools Division Superintendents
Public Elementary and Secondary School Heads
All Others Concerned

DepEd Oplan Balik Eskwela Information and Action Center (2017)

DepEd Oplan Balik Eskwela Information and Action Center for 2017
May 29-June 16, 2017 7:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
TERMS OF REFERENCE

A. Public Assistance Hotline
  1. Attend to callers with queries, complaints, problems, requests, among others concerning school opening and other education matters.
  2. Provide immediate appropriate actions/solutions for issues/concerns received from callers.
  3. Refer complaints/cases that need immediate investigation to the Quick Response Team.
  4. Submit the required daily morning and afternoon reports to the Monitoring Unit for consolidation and evaluation.

B. Email/DETxt (Text Messaging) Service
  1. Print email/text messages received.
  2. Reply/respond to text messages received.
  3. Refer complaints/cases that need immediate investigation to the Quick Response Team.
  4. Submit the required daily morning and afternoon reports to the Monitoring Unit for consolidation and evaluation.

Implementation of P4,000.00 Net Take Home Pay for DepEd Personnel

Here is the DepEd order stating the implementation of P4,000 Net Pay for Deped Personnel.

March 6, 2017
DepEd Order No. 12, s. 2017

Implementation of P 4,000.00 Net Take Home Pay for Department of Education Personnel

To:
Undersecretaries
Assistant Secretaries
Bureau and Service Directors
Regional Directors
Schools Division Superintendents
Public Elementary and Secondary Schools Heads
All Others Concerned

Official DepEd School Calendar for School Year 2017-2018

Here is the official DepEd School Calendar for SY 2017 to 2018.

DepEd Order No. 25, s. 2017

DepEd School Calendar for School Year 2017-2018
To:
Undersecretaries
Assistant Secretaries
Bureau and Service Directors
Regional Directors
Schools Division Superintendents
Public and Private Elementary and Secondary Schools Heads
All Others Concerned
  1. The School Year 2017-2018 shall formally open on Monday, June 5, 2017 and shall end on Friday, April 6, 2018. It shall consist of 204 school days inclusive of the five-day In-Service Training and the four days for the Parent-Teacher Conferences (PTC) conducted every quarter. However, learners are expected to be in school for a total of 195 class days, as shown in Enclosure No. 1.
  2. Private schools may deviate from this School Calendar. However, they may not start classes earlier than the first Monday of June and not later than the last day of August, as provided in Republic Act No. 7797 entitled An Act to Lengthen the School Calendar from Two Hundred (200) Days to Not More Than Two Hundred Twenty (220) Class Days. Said schools should notify in advance their respective regional offices (ROs) regarding any deviation from the school calendar.
  3. The Implementing Guidelines on the SY 2017-2018 Calendar of Activities are provided to enable the schools to effectively and efficiently implement the school events and activities. Likewise, the guidelines shall allow the ROs and the schools division offices to provide support to schools, particularly in the areas of instruction and progress monitoring and evaluation.
  4. Schools may observe national and local celebrations/activities and holidays other than those indicated in Enclosure Nos. 1 and 2, provided that the activities are beneficial to the teaching-learning process, and that the total number of class days shall not be compromised.
  5. Make-up classes are recommended in lieu of class cancellations due to celebrations and holidays, as well as natural and man-made calamities. Mechanism for the conduct of make-up classes must be agreed upon by school heads and the Parent-Teacher Associations. In this regard, the ROs may issue a regional school calendar to reflect their respective concerns.
  6. Immediate dissemination of and strict compliance with this Order is directed.

Application Letter for Teacher Applicants of DepEd (Sample)

Here is a sample application letter for (Department of Education) DepEd teacher applicants . You can use any style either block, modified or semi block. The very commonly use is the block form which is like the sample teacher application letter below. As a DepdEd applicant you must put your experiences both in college years and in teaching.

Date

Complete Name
Position
Complete Address

Dear Maam/Sir:

I am very passionate in teaching and I would like to impart my knowledge and expertise. I want to apply as an English teacher in your organization. I attached my comprehensive resume for review and consideration.

DepEd LIS (March 2017) / EBEIS Advisories


EBEIS



  • NSBI: Extension of Validation. In response to several requests for extension from the field and to ensure that all divisions achieve a 100% validation rate, validation of the National School Building Inventory in the EBEIS is extended until 31 March 2017. Please refer to the memorandum issued by the Central Office Planning Service on 21 March 2017.

Experience of a Filipino Offloaded Passenger

Here is my personal experience as a Filipino being offloaded.

It is everyone's wildest dream to travel around the world and experience a brand new environment dealing with new people and culture. Studies says that the top reason why millennial's are saving was to travel which is very true and I strongly agree. In my case, I am an early 20s girl dreaming to become a solo traveler and conquer the world one day. The number one reason why I work really hard and save money as much as I can is to travel even in our neighboring countries or those countries that don't require visa since securing a visa is quite hard when you don't have sponsor or stable job. 

Here is my background, I am a fresh graduate girl which primary source of income is online and some offline freelancing which only means  that I don't have ITR and company ID but I am earning decent amount to fund my travels. I am quite familiar with the offloading scenario which happens almost everyday in NAIA. I already read one article about how a young girl not permitted to go out the country but I still high hopes to travel outside the Philippines. 

I applied a Philippine passport on March and got it at the end of April and due to excitement I decided to book a two way ticket going to Thailand since I am fascinated by the beauty of Thailand so I decided it to be my first out the country getaway. I researched a lot from finding online itineraries, cheap hostels/hotel, best places to visit and affordable places to eat. I can say that I am so prepared. I bought new clothes for my #OOTDs, luggage and a lot more. 


May 16, this is it!. I am early at the airport since I am very much excited for my first out of the country travel and to avoid any hassle or even left by the airplane. The first steps were very smooth though they already started to ask basic questions like if I am traveling alone and what country I am heading and so on. I am a bit anxious but at the same time excited though I came early I still don't manage to skip the long lines which I expected since it's an international flight. So here I am now to the hardest part of the process being interviewed by the IO ( Immigration Officer), the one who interviewed me looks very serious. At first, I felt uncomfortable but still I deliver to smile. He started to ask basic questions which I already expected. Where are you going? How long are you staying in Thailand? Are you traveling alone? I answered it very calmly and I guess the IO is satisfied  with my answers but not when he asked me about my job and ask a company ID since I can't provide a company ID I just explained that I am working as an online freelancer. I prepared bank certificate but still not suffice and end up being offloaded.The experience was very traumatizing since I put a lot of effort and money just to go out the country. I am still hoping that next time I will pass the Immigration.Tell me what your experience by commenting below and I would love to hear tips to avoid being offloaded that I can add to the list below. 

Tips on How To Avoid Being Offloaded in NAIA:

1.Prepare all the necessary requirements.
2. Never lie to the Immigration Officer.
3. Speak confidently

Complete List of Universal Banks in the Philippines

Complete List of Universal Banks in the Philippines - Complete Address and Phone Number/Contact Number

In this post, I round up the complete list of Universal Banks in the Philippines with their complete address, website, phone number/hotline number and/or fax.

Complete List of Universal Banks in the Philippines

 

BDO Unibank, Inc.
BDO Corporate Center
7899 Makati Avenue, Makati City
 
Website: https://www.bdo.com.ph 
Phone/Contact No.: 00 800 8631 8000

Metropolitan Bank & Trust Company
Metrobank Plaza, Sen. Gil J. Puyat Avenue
Makati City 1200
 
Website: https://www.metrobank.com.ph/ 
Phone/Contact No: (02) 870 0700

Bank of the Philippine Islands
BPI Bldg., Ayala Avenue cor. Paseo de Roxas
Makati City 0720
Website: https://www.bpiexpressonline.com
 
Phone/Contact No: 1800 1 888 9100

Land Bank of the Philippines
LandBank Plaza Bldg.
1598 M. H. Del Pilar cor. Dr. J. Quintos Sts.
Malate, Manila 1004
 
Website: https://www.landbank.com
Phone/Contact No: (+632) 405-7000. 1-800-10-405-7000

Philippine National Bank
PNB Financial Center
Pres. Diosdado Macapagal Blvd.
Pasay City 1305
Website: www.pnb.com.ph
Phone/Contact No.:632) 573-8888

Development Bank of the Philippines
Gil. J. Puyat Avenue corner Makati Avenue
Makati City
 
Website: https://www.devbnkphl.com 
Phone/Contact No.: (632) 818-9511 to 20/818-9611 to 20
 China Banking Corporation
8745 Paseo de Roxas cor. Villar Street
Makati City 1226
Website: www.chinabank.ph
Phone/Contact No.:1-800-1888-5888 (PLDT) 1-800-3888-5888 (Digitel)

Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation
Main corporate office:
46th Floor, Yuchengco Tower
RCBC Plaza, 6819 Ayala Ave.
Makati City 0727
Website: https://www.rcbc.com/
Phone/Contact No.:00 1 800100007222
Union Bank of the Philippines
Union Bank Plaza
Meralco Avenue cor. Onyx & Sapphire Roads
Pasig City 1605
Website: https://www.unionbankph.com
Phone/Contact No.: 84-186 or (02) 841-8600

Security Bank Corporation
Security Bank Centre
6776 Ayala Avenue
Makati City 0719
Website: https://www.securitybank.com 
Phone/Contact No.: (02) 887 9188

United Coconut Planters Bank
UCPB Bldg., 7907 Makati Ave.
Makati City 0728
Website:  https://www.ucpb.com/
Phone/Contact No.: (02) 811 9111

The Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation
HSBC Centre, 3058 Fifth Avenue West
Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City 1634
Website: https://www.hsbc.com.ph
Phone/Contact No.: (02) 85-800 from Metro Manila, 1-800-1-888-0000 PLDT domestic toll-free, +63(2) 976-8000 from overseas

East West Banking Corporation
The Beaufort, 5th Avenue Corner 23rd Street
Fort Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City
Website: https://www.eastwestbanker.com
Phone/Contact No.: (02) 888-1700. Domestic Toll Free, 1-800-1888-8600

Philippine Trust Company
1000 Philtrust Bank Building
United Nations Avenue corner San Marcelino St.
Manila 1007
Website:https://www.philtrustbank.com
Phone/Contact No.: 524-9061

Standard Chartered Bank
The Sky Plaza Bldg.,
6788 Ayala Ave.
Makati City 1226
Website: https://www.sc.com
Phone/Contact No.: (02) 830 1111
 
Asia United Bank Corporation
JN Bldg. Joy Nostalg Center
17 ADB Avenue, Ortigas Center
Pasig City
Website: https://www.aub.com.ph
Phone/Contact No.: (052) 480 2734

Deutsche Bank AG
No. of Offices: 1
26th Floor, Ayala Tower One
Ayala Triangle, Makati City 1274
Website: https://www.db.com
Phone/Contact No.:(02) 894 6900

ANZ Banking Group Ltd.
9th Floor, Metrobank Card Corp. Center
6778 Ayala Avenue, Makati City
Website: https://www.anz.com
Phone No.: (02) 841 7777

Internationale Nederlanden Groep Bank N.V. 
  - Manila Branch
21st Floor, Tower One & Exchange Plaza
Ayala Triangle, Ayala Avenue
Makati City 1225
Website: https://www.ing.com/

Mizuho Bank, Ltd. - Manila Branch
26th Floor, Citibank Tower
Valero cor. Villar Sts.
Salcedo Village, Makati City 1227
Website: https://www.mizuhobank.com
Phone No.: 63-2-860-3500

Al-Amanah Islamic Investment Bank of the Philippines
PHIDCO A. Building Veterans Avenue
Zamboanga City
Executive Office:
4th Floor Development Bank of the Philippines
Gil J. Puyat Avenue corner Makati Avenue
Makati City 1200
Website: www.amanahbank.gov.ph/
Phone No.: (063) 221 3340

Sanry's Money Changer Branches - Complete Address and Phone Number

Complete List of Sanry's Money Changer Branches in Metro Manila - Complete Address and Phone Number/Contact Number

In this post, I round up the complete list of Sanry's Money Changer Branches with their complete address, phone number/hotline number, working days/hours (schedule) and fax. 

 

Complete List of Sanry's Money Changer Branches

Makati
Head Office
S-2004 La Perla Mansion, Carlos Palanca
San Lorenzo Village, Makati City

Glorietta 5
L2, G5-212, Glorietta 5
Ayala Avenue
Contact no.: 0999 314 6857


Glorietta 1
Ground Level, Glorietta 1
Ayala Center
Makati City

Park Square 1
Ground Floor, Park Square 1, Ayala Center
Makati City
Across Dusit Hotel

Greenbelt 1
Greenbelt 1, Paseo de Roxas
Ayala Center
Makati City
Phone no.:  893-8520

The Link Ayala
2nd Floor, The Link Bldg., Ayala Center
 Ayala Avenue
Makati City
Phone no.: 856-5249

A. Venue Mall Makati Avenue
Ground Floor, The A.Venue Mall
Makati Avenue corner Valdez, Makati City

Paseo de Roxas corner Legazpi St.
Phone no.: 819-3971

Anza
Anza St. corner Makati Avenue
Poblacion, Makati City

ABC Mall
Guadalupe Commercial Complex, EDSA
Guadalupe Nuevo, Makati City

SMO Bldg.
SMO Bldg., Sgt. F. Yabut ST., Guadalupe Nuevo
Makati City
Phone no.: 812-1536

Comembo Branch
25 J.P. Rizal Extension, Comembo, Makati City

MARKET MARKET, FORT BONIFACIO GLOBAL CITY, TAGUIG CITY

Market! Market
Ground Floor, Market! Market!, Global City
Taguig City
(Another branch on second floor)

QUEZON CITY

Trinoma
G-010 Trinoma Mall, North Ave.,
North Avenue Mindanao Parking 1st Floor
Bagong Pagasa, QC
Phone no.: 986-7419 / 934-1253

Trinoma
Plaza Level Trinoma,
EDSA cor North Avenue, Quezon City
Phone no.: 812-1528 / 892-9414

Robinson's Galleria
Level 2, Galleria Corporate Center
Ortigas Avenue corner EDSA, Quezon City

GREENHILLS, SAN JUAN CITY

V-Mall Greenhills Branch (formerly Virra Mall)
Unit 7 V-Mall Bridgeway, Greenhills Shopping Center
San Juan City

Unimart
Ground Floor, Greenbelt Unimart Shopping Center
Bgy. Greenhills, San Juan City
Phone no.: 897-9765

MANDALUYONG
Pioneer St
Phone no.:  667-3088

EDSA, PASAY CITY

Metro Point
Unit 168, 1st Floor, Metropoint Mall
EDSA corner Taft Avenue
Pasay City

MUNTINLUPA CITY

Alabang Town Center
VIPinoy Lounge
Alabang Town Center
Alabang-Zapote Road, Muntinlupa City
(only for those with VIPinoy membership cards)

How To Cancel Philippine Passport Appointment?

How To Cancel Philippine Passport Appointment? How To Cancel Passport Appointment in the Philippines?

To make it easier, hassle free and convenient to everyone the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) implemented the online appointment system which is now available across the country. Therefore, every applicant whether new or for renewal should set their appointments through the system to ensure a slot before heading to the DFA office.

In this article, I will discuss on how to cancel Philippine Passport Appointment or simply learn how to easily cancel your confirmed date of appointment in DFA online Passport appointment system. We can't avoid emergencies or other personal errands that might affect the set appointment , when you decided to cancel the confirmed date of appointment this post might help you. Take note that to cancel a confirmed appointment it should be 3 days before the confirmed date.


 How To Cancel Philippine Passport Appointment


Things you need to secure to successfully cancel your passport appointment are the following 1. email address (the one you used and the 2. Appointment Code. The appointment code is inside the confirmation email sent to you by DFA after successfully securing a slot or it can also be seen at the printed application form.

1. If you have your email address and appointment code, go to www.passport.gov.ph/appointment/view and enter the appointment code and email address. Once done, hit the "Im Not a Robot"/Captcha to proceed and finally the click the view details.



2. Next, you will see the appointment details. Located at the bottom part which is the cancel appointment, if you are very sure to cancel your appointment just hit that button (CANCEL APPOINTMENT).

3. You will be redirected to another page just click CANCEL APPOINTMENT to cancel your passport appointment.

4. Finally, the confirmation page. It will indicate that you successfully cancelled your appointment. Make sure that you successfully cancelled your appointment to avoid any problem on your next appointment. DFA  will also send you a confirmation email.

BDO Branches in Davao - Complete Address and Phone Number

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Complete List of BDO (Banco de Oro) Branches in Davao - Complete Address and Phone Number/Contact Number

In this post, I round up the complete list of BDO branches in Davao with their complete address, phone number/hotline number, working days/hours (schedule) and fax. 

 

Complete List of BDO (Banco De Oro) Branches in Davao

Davao - Buhangin
KSS Bldg., Buhangin Road cor. Olive St., Brgy. Buhangin, Davao City
Monday to Saturday
8:30 A.M. - 5:30 P.M.
Telephone:
(082) 225-0175;
(082) 225-0176;
(082) 255-0178;
Avaya 33257
Fax:
(082) 225-0177

Davao - Calinan
WTKC Realty Bldg., Davao-Bukidnon National Highway, Brgy. Calinan, Davao City
Monday to Saturday
8:30 AM to 5:30 PM
Telephone:
(082)
296-3239
296-6418
233-2936
Fax:
(082) 296-3239

Gaisano Grand Mall – Cotabato Kidapawan
G/F Gaisano Grand Mall Kidapawan, Quezon Blvd., Purok 1, Brgy. Lanao, Kidapawan City, North Cotabato
Monday to Sunday
9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Telephone:
(064)
572-6042
572-6043
Avaya : 33592
Fax:
064- 572-6041

Davao – Wood Lane Diversion Road
Unit 1B G/F Bdlg. 2, The Shoppes at Wood Lane, Diversion Road, (Carlos P. Garcia Highway), Brgy. Ma-a, Davao City, Davao Del Sur
Monday to Saturday
8:30 AM to 5:30 PM
Telephone:

082
287-0029
287-0030
287-0031
Avaya : 33593
Fax:
(082) 287-0032



Agusan del Sur - San Francisco Gaisano
G/F Stall 28 & 29, Gaisano Grand Mall San Francisco, Davao-Agusan National Highway, Brgy. 5, San Francisco, Agusan del Sur
Monday to Saturday
9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Telephone:
(085) 839-5535; 839-5531; 839-5539; Avaya Line: 36698
Fax:
(085) 839-5531



Davao Digos - San Jose
G/F Ladera Bldg., Rizal Avenue, Brgy. Zone III, Digos City, Davao Del Sur
Monday to Saturday
08:30 AM to 05:30 PM
Telephone:
(082) 272-2729; 272-2730; 272-2731; Avaya 36762
Fax:
(082) 272-2722

SM City Davao Annex
G/F Annex Bldg., SM City Davao, Brgy. Matina, Davao City
Monday to Sunday
10:00 AM to 07:00 PM
Telephone:
082
296-5806
296-4135
295-1820
296-5813
Fax:
(082) 296-5813