Digital Tayo School Leaders CARE Courses

The Digital Tayo CARE School Leadership package has four free, self-paced courses that can help school leaders to answer these questions:

These courses are currently undergoing accreditation with the National Educators' Academy of the Philippines and the Professional Regulation Commission. Learn more about the care package below!

In Creative School Leadership, we’ll start by reflecting on our current context, and explore concepts and ideas that would help make our schools enabling environment for creative teaching and learning. 

In Accessible School Leadership, we’ll learn about Universal Design for Learning and use its principles to look at the different elements of an enabling environment. We’ll also learn strategies that can help us listen to our learners and make sense of their feelings, views, and opinions toward making school improvements. 

In Responsible School Leadership,  we’ll start by reflecting on our current context when it comes to digital citizenship, then how this intersects with learner empowerment, safety and community. We’ll look at how we engage with the school community regarding digital citizenship, and then develop a roadmap for our school to help us in raising our learners into becoming good digital citizens.

In Enriching School Leadership, we’ll learn about Strengths-Based Leadership and different tools we can use to identify, develop, and leverage our unique strengths and talents. We’ll also learn about different coaching and feedback frameworks that we can use to give our colleagues relevant, kind, and timely feedback.

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Learning Action Cell Guides

The Department of Education is fully committed to protect and promote the right of Filipinos to a quality basic education. To achieve this, the Department of Education fully supports the continuing professional development of its teaching personnel based on the principles of lifelong learning. [1]

These LAC guides are for school leaders and teachers who are committed to creating school-based professional development opportunities for teachers. These guides contain tips and tools on (1) Preparing LAC Sessions, (2) Facilitating LAC Sessions, and (3) Documenting Learning and Feedback from LAC Sessions. 

While the CARE courses can be your starting point, these LAC guides can help you progress from individual professional development to a school-based professional development program.

Feel free to use these guides based on your needs and interests! As each school and learning community is unique, you are encouraged to mix, adapt, and localize these tips and tools to your own school context.