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Concept Paper in Guidance Program

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Concept Paper in Guidance Program

  1. 1. Enrollment Orientation in Elementary Tentative Venue: Gymnasium Date: May 2016 Participants: All Students Rationale: The enrollment orientation provides ideas and information to the students about what requirements needed during enrollment. The students will be given proper guidance on how to enroll in the school. Through that information, it will help students as well as parents to easily process their enrollment on a due time. General Objectives: At the end of the orientation, the participants should be able to know the proper sequence and process of enrollments. This orientation will give ideas to the participants about ways to enroll in order for them to prepare themselves and follow the required time, requirements and process. Specific Objectives: 1. To inform students about Enrollment Process. 2. To promote students awareness on what and how to enroll in proper way. 3. To give ideas and knowledge on what is needed during enrollment. Content The content of this orientation will help the participants to become inform about enrollment process and be aware of the required requirements before enrolling. 1. The speakers will introduce about Enrollment system of the School. 2. The speakers will discuss the importance of knowing the enrollment process.
  2. 2. 3. The participants will apply the information they gain in the orientation through activities given by the facilitator. Mechanics of Implementation 1. Coordinate with the persons involve: 2. Principal 3. Guidance teacher 4. Conduct a brainstorming sessions with the organizer. 5. Writing letters of invitation to the resource speaker and talk about the topic to be discuss. 6. Creation of working committee. 7. Prepared the materials to be used. 8. Evaluation of resource speaker, topic to be discussed, activities to be done and materials to be prepare for final implementation. 9. Proposed seminar date. Materials needed: Bond papers Microphone Camera Speakers Projector Laptop
  3. 3. Budgetary Outlay Materials Quantity Amount Bond paper 1 ream 300 Envelope Folder 4 20 Documentation Expense 100 Speaker and Projector 300 Printing Expense 10 Programme: 8:00 am Opening Prayer 8:00 – 8:15 am Introduction of the Orientation 8:15 – 8:20 am Introducing the Guest Speakers. 8:20 – 10:20 am Discussion of Speakers 10:20 – 10:50 am Activity (the participants will actualize the process of enrollment system of the school. 10:50- 11:00 am Closing Remarks Orientation About the School in Elementary
  4. 4. Tentative Venue: Gymnasium Date: June 2016 Participants: Freshmen Students Rationale: The freshmen orientation provides ideas and information to the students about school policies and regulations. The students will be given a handbook in order for them to be familiarize with the school policies and regulations as well as the personnel of the school, administrations, faculty members and etc. Through this orientation, it will help students as well as parents to easily determine the proper location of the rooms, the person be conducted when they needed help. General Objectives: At the end of the orientation, the participants should be able to know the school policies and history of the school, philosophy and mission-vision of the school, regulations, the organizational chart of the school in order for them to be familiarize with school settings and easily adapt to the new environment. Specific Objectives: 1. To inform students about Enrollment Process. 2. To promote students awareness on what and how to enroll in proper way. 3. To give ideas and knowledge on what is needed during enrollment. Content The content of this orientation will help the participants to become inform about school settings. 1. The speakers will introduce about the School. 2. The speakers will discuss the importance of knowing the organizational chart, memorizing the mission-vision and the philosophy of the school 3. The participants will apply the information they gain in the orientation through activities given by the facilitator.
  5. 5. Mechanics of Implementation 1. Coordinate with the persons involve: 2. Principal 3. Guidance teacher 4. Conduct a brainstorming sessions with the organizer. 5. Writing letters of invitation to the resource speaker and talk about the topic to be discuss. 6. Creation of working committee. 7. Prepared the materials to be used. 8. Evaluation of resource speaker, topic to be discussed, activities to be done and materials to be prepare for final implementation. 9. Proposed seminar date. Materials needed: Bond papers Microphone Camera Speakers Projector Laptop Budgetary Outlay
  6. 6. Materials Quantity Amount Bond paper 1 ream 300 Envelope Folder 4 20 Documentation Expense 100 Speaker and Projector 300 Printing Expense 10 Programme: 8:00 am Opening Prayer 8:00 – 8:15 am Introduction of the Orientation 8:15 – 8:20 am Introducing the Guest Speakers. 8:20 – 10:20am Discussion of Speakers 10:20 – 10:50am Activity (the participants will write in the bond paper what they have learned in the discussion of the speaker and state the mission- vision) 10:50- 11:00 am Closing Remarks Remedial Class in Elementary Tentative Venue: Classroom Date: Every Saturday
  7. 7. Participants: All Students (low performance) Rationale: The remedial class provides an opportunity for the students further enhance and develop their knowledge and skill in a subject matter. The students will be given proper guidance and assistance in answering questions. Through remedial, it will help students to excel in a subject. General Objectives: At the end of the remedial class, the participants should be able enhance and improve their learning in the subject matter they are not good at. The students will be given enough guidance and support with their tutors to understand the subject easily. Specific Objectives: 4. To establish good rapport of the students in the school. 5. To promote students awareness about their weaknesses in a subject matter thus they will improve it. 6. To give ideas and knowledge to the students with low performance level. Content The content of this remedial will help the participants to become aware and improve the weaknesses in the subject matter. 4. The tutors will introduce about the Subject Matter. 5. The tutors will discuss the topics in a understandable way. 6. The participants will apply the information they gain through activities and seat works given by the tutors. Mechanics of Implementation 10. Coordinate with the persons involve: 11. Principal
  8. 8. 12. Guidance teacher 13. Conduct a brainstorming sessions with the organizer. 14. Writing letters of invitation to the resource speaker and talk about the topic to be discuss. 15. Creation of working committee. 16. Prepared the materials to be used. 17. Evaluation of tutors, topic to be discussed, activities to be done and materials to be prepare for final implementation. 18. Proposed start of remedial class. Materials needed: Microphone Camera Speakers Projector Laptop
  9. 9. Enrollment Orientation in High School Tentative Venue: School Area Date: May 2016 Participants: All Students Rationale: The enrollment orientation provides ideas and information to the students about what requirements needed during enrollment. The students will be given proper guidance on how to enroll in the school. Through those information, it will help students as well as parents to easily process their enrollment on a due time. General Objectives: At the end of the orientation, the participants should be able to know the proper sequence and process of enrollments. This orientation will give ideas to the participants about ways to enroll in order for them to prepare themselves and follow the required time, requirements and process. Specific Objectives: 7. To inform students about Enrollment Process. 8. To promote students awareness on what and how to enroll in proper way. 9. To give ideas and knowledge on what is needed during enrollment. Content The content of this orientation will help the participants to become inform about enrollment process and be aware of the required requirements before enrolling. 7. The speakers will introduce about Enrollment system of the School. 8. The speakers will discuss the importance of knowing the enrollment process.
  10. 10. 9. The participants will apply the information they gain in the orientation through activities given by the facilitator. Mechanics of Implementation 19. Coordinate with the persons involve: 20. Principal 21. Guidance teacher 22. Conduct a brainstorming sessions with the organizer. 23. Writing letters of invitation to the resource speaker and talk about the topic to be discuss. 24. Creation of working committee. 25. Prepared the materials to be used. 26. Evaluation of resource speaker, topic to be discussed, activities to be done and materials to be prepare for final implementation. 27. Proposed seminar date. Materials needed: Bond papers Microphone Camera Speakers Projector Laptop Budgetary Outlay Materials Quantity Amount Bond paper 1 ream 300 Envelope Folder 4 20 Documentation Expense 100 Speaker and Projector 300 Printing Expense 10
  11. 11. Programme: 8:00 am Opening Prayer 8:00 – 8:15 am Introduction of the Orientation 8:15 – 8:20 am Introducing the Guest Speakers. 8:20 – 10:20 am Discussion of Speakers 10:20 – 10:50 am Activity (the participants will actualize the process of enrollment system of the school. 10:50- 11:00 am Closing Remarks
  12. 12. Freshmen Orientation in High School Tentative Venue: Gymnasium Date: June 2016 Participants: Freshmen Students Rationale: The freshmen orientation provides ideas and information to the students about school policies and regulations. The students will be given a handbook in order for them to be familiarize with the school policies and regulations as well as the personnel of the school, administrations, faculty members and etc. Through this orientation, it will help students as well as parents to easily determine the proper location of the rooms, the person be conducted when they needed help. General Objectives: At the end of the orientation, the participants should be able to know the school policies and history of the school, philosophy and mission-vision of the school, regulations, the organizational chart of the school in order for them to be familiarize with school settings and easily adapt to the new environment. Specific Objectives: 4. To inform students about Enrollment Process. 5. To promote students awareness on what and how to enroll in proper way. 6. To give ideas and knowledge on what is needed during enrollment. Content The content of this orientation will help the participants to become inform about school settings. 4. The speakers will introduce about the School. 5. The speakers will discuss the importance of knowing the organizational chart, memorizing the mission-vision and the philosophy of the school
  13. 13. 6. The participants will apply the information they gain in the orientation through activities given by the facilitator. Mechanics of Implementation 10. Coordinate with the persons involve: 11. Principal 12. Guidance teacher 13. Conduct a brainstorming sessions with the organizer. 14. Writing letters of invitation to the resource speaker and talk about the topic to be discuss. 15. Creation of working committee. 16. Prepared the materials to be used. 17. Evaluation of resource speaker, topic to be discussed, activities to be done and materials to be prepare for final implementation. 18. Proposed seminar date. Materials needed: Bond papers Microphone Camera Speakers Projector Laptop Budgetary Outlay Materials Quantity Amount Bond paper 1 ream 300 Envelope Folder 4 20 Documentation Expense 100 Speaker and Projector 300 Printing Expense 10
  14. 14. Programme: 8:00 am Opening Prayer 8:00 – 8:15 am Introduction of the Orientation 8:15 – 8:20 am Introducing the Guest Speakers. 8:20 – 10:20am Discussion of Speakers 10:20 – 10:50am Activity (the participants will write in the bond paper what they have learned in the discussion of the speaker and state the mission- vision) 10:50- 11:00 am Closing Remarks
  15. 15. Enrollment Orientation in College Tentative Venue: Gymnasium Date: May 2016 Participants: All Students Rationale: The enrollment orientation provides ideas and information to the students about what requirements needed during enrollment. The students will be given proper guidance on how to enroll in the school. Through that information, it will help students as well as parents to easily process their enrollment on a due time. General Objectives: At the end of the orientation, the participants should be able to know the proper sequence and process of enrollments. This orientation will give ideas to the participants about ways to enroll in order for them to prepare themselves and follow the required time, requirements and process. Specific Objectives: 10. To inform students about Enrollment Process. 11. To promote students awareness on what and how to enroll in proper way. 12. To give ideas and knowledge on what is needed during enrollment. Content The content of this orientation will help the participants to become inform about enrollment process and be aware of the required requirements before enrolling. 10. The speakers will introduce about Enrollment system of the School. 11. The speakers will discuss the importance of knowing the enrollment process.
  16. 16. 12. The participants will apply the information they gain in the orientation through activities given by the facilitator. Mechanics of Implementation 28. Coordinate with the persons involve: 29. Principal 30. Guidance teacher 31. Conduct a brainstorming sessions with the organizer. 32. Writing letters of invitation to the resource speaker and talk about the topic to be discuss. 33. Creation of working committee. 34. Prepared the materials to be used. 35. Evaluation of resource speaker, topic to be discussed, activities to be done and materials to be prepare for final implementation. 36. Proposed seminar date. Materials needed: Bond papers Microphone Camera Speakers Projector Laptop
  17. 17. Budgetary Outlay Materials Quantity Amount Bond paper 1 ream 300 Envelope Folder 4 20 Documentation Expense 100 Speaker and Projector 300 Printing Expense 10 Programme: 8:00 am Opening Prayer 8:00 – 8:15 am Introduction of the Orientation 8:15 – 8:20 am Introducing the Guest Speakers. 8:20 – 10:20 am Discussion of Speakers 10:20 – 10:50 am Activity (the participants will actualize the process of enrollment system of the school. 10:50- 11:00 am Closing Remarks Freshmen Orientation in College
  18. 18. Tentative Venue: Gymnasium Date: June 2016 Participants: Freshmen Students Rationale: The freshmen orientation provides ideas and information to the students about school policies and regulations. The students will be given a handbook in order for them to be familiarize with the school policies and regulations as well as the personnel of the school, administrations, faculty members and etc. Through this orientation, it will help students as well as parents to easily determine the proper location of the rooms, the person be conducted when they needed help. General Objectives: At the end of the orientation, the participants should be able to know the school policies and history of the school, philosophy and mission-vision of the school, regulations, the organizational chart of the school in order for them to be familiarize with school settings and easily adapt to the new environment. Specific Objectives: 7. To inform students about Enrollment Process. 8. To promote students awareness on what and how to enroll in proper way. 9. To give ideas and knowledge on what is needed during enrollment. Content The content of this orientation will help the participants to become inform about school settings. 7. The speakers will introduce about the School. 8. The speakers will discuss the importance of knowing the organizational chart, memorizing the mission-vision and the philosophy of the school 9. The participants will apply the information they gain in the orientation through activities given by the facilitator.
  19. 19. Mechanics of Implementation 19. Coordinate with the persons involve: 20. Principal 21. Guidance teacher 22. Conduct a brainstorming sessions with the organizer. 23. Writing letters of invitation to the resource speaker and talk about the topic to be discuss. 24. Creation of working committee. 25. Prepared the materials to be used. 26. Evaluation of resource speaker, topic to be discussed, activities to be done and materials to be prepare for final implementation. 27. Proposed seminar date. Materials needed: Bond papers Microphone Camera Speakers Projector Laptop Budgetary Outlay
  20. 20. Materials Quantity Amount Bond paper 1 ream 300 Envelope Folder 4 20 Documentation Expense 100 Speaker and Projector 300 Printing Expense 10 Programme: 8:00 am Opening Prayer 8:00 – 8:15 am Introduction of the Orientation 8:15 – 8:20 am Introducing the Guest Speakers. 8:20 – 10:20am Discussion of Speakers 10:20 – 10:50am Activity (the participants will write in the bond paper what they have learned in the discussion of the speaker and state the mission- vision) 10:50- 11:00 am Closing Remarks Seminar for Personality Development in College Tentative Venue: Gymnasium
  21. 21. Date: October 2014 Participants: All Freshmen Students Rationale: The Personality Development Seminar provides ideas and information to the students about developing physically, emotionally, socially and morally. The students will be aware of the problems encountered in personality development. Through students’ awareness, it will help them to cope with their roles as part of the community and mold them as individual to develop as a whole. General Objectives: At the end of the seminar, the participants should be able to cope with their personality development in terms of physical, emotional, social and moral. This seminar will enlighten the mind of the participants about ways to develop one’s personality and value the importance of developing it. Specific Objectives: 1. To inform students about Personality Development 2. To promote students awareness in coping with their physical, emotional, social and moral development. 3. To strengthen their development within maturation. Content The content of this seminar will help the participants to become inform about personality development and importance of becoming aware of this issue. 1. The speakers will introduce the scope of Personality Development. 2. The speakers will discuss the importance of knowing and involving the students to this issue. 3. The participants will apply the information they gain in the seminar through activities given by the facilitator.
  22. 22. Mechanics of Implementation 1. Coordinate with the persons involve: a. Principal b. Guidance teacher 2. Conduct a brainstorming sessions with the organizer. 3. Writing letters of invitation to the resource speaker and talk about the topic to be discuss. 4. Creation of working committee. 5. Prepared the materials to be used. 6. Evaluation of resource speaker, topic to be discussed, activities to be done and materials to be prepare for final implementation. 7. Proposed seminar date. Materials needed: Bond papers Microphone Camera Speakers Projector Laptop Budgetary Outlay Materials Quantity Amount Bond paper 1 ream 300
  23. 23. Envelope Folder 4 20 Documentation Expense 100 Speaker and Projector 300 Printing Expense 10 Reservation Board and Lodging 300 Transportation fee 200 Guest Speaker 1,500 Programme: 8:00 am Opening Prayer 8:00 – 8:15 am: Introduction of the Seminar. 8:15 – 8:20 am Introducing the Guest Speakers. 8:20 – 10:20 Discussion of Speakers 10:20 – 10:50 Activity (the speakers will give some questions about personality development in order for the students to determine if they are fully develop in their emotional, social, physical and moral. 10:50- 11:00 Closing Remarks
  24. 24. Vocation and career guidance seminar Tentative Venue: Gymnasium Date: January 2016 Participants: Fourth Year Students Rationale: The vocation and career guidance provides ideas and information to the students about the different career opportunities. The students will be given proper guidance on their vocation and career that best suits them. Through those information, it will help students determine and distinguished what career path she or he will go through. General Objectives: At the end of the seminar, the participants should be able to know the different career opportunities. This orientation will give ideas to the participants about ways on how to select their career path as well as what vocation best suits them. Specific Objectives: 1. To inform students about Vocation and Career opportunities 2. To promote students awareness on the importance of knowing the career path that suits them. 3. To give ideas and knowledge on the different career opportunities they might have.
  25. 25. Content The content of this orientation will help the participants to become inform about enrollment process and be aware of the required requirements before enrolling. 1. The speakers will introduce about Career and Vocation. 2. The speakers will discuss the importance of knowing and choosing the career preferences they want. 3. The participants will apply the information they gain in the orientation through activities given by the facilitator. Mechanics of Implementation 1. Coordinate with the persons involve: 2. Principal 3. Guidance teacher 4. Conduct a brainstorming sessions with the organizer. 5. Writing letters of invitation to the resource speaker and talk about the topic to be discuss. 6. Creation of working committee. 7. Prepared the materials to be used. 8. Evaluation of resource speaker, topic to be discussed, activities to be done and materials to be prepare for final implementation. 9. Proposed seminar date. Materials needed: Bond papers Microphone Camera Speakers Projector Laptop Budgetary Outlay
  26. 26. Materials Quantity Amount Bond paper 1 ream 300 Envelope Folder 4 20 Documentation Expense 100 Speaker and Projector 300 Printing Expense 10 Programme: 8:00 am Opening Prayer 8:00 – 8:15 am Introduction of the Orientation 8:15 – 8:20 am Introducing the Guest Speakers 8:20 – 10:20am Discussion of Speakers 10:20 – 10:50am Activity (the participants will dress up what career they will pursue) 10:50- 11:00 Closing Remarks

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