Wednesday, July 31, 2013

DIC’s Intuition from Guide

I was really challenged by the reiteration of
Pinnacle Hotel, Sta. Ana St., Davao City
NQESH result that school heads are very poor in school management and daily operations and communications. This is what I got as I led my way home from the 7-Day Module Development Workshop in Davao City last July 1-7, 2013.

"What shall I do?" I asked my Guide.

It came a reply, "Encourage yourself and your school heads to take pictures of your daily undertaken tasks or activities in your respective line of duties then translate those into paragraphs till it appears in your DOC where every one of you is able to see what you have done good things in your respective places of assignment. It's more beneficial if you'll have a blogger site that shall contain all your respective paragraphs before it will be ready for click of those among you who are no longer in the realm of reading many branches of knowledge. It’s impossible for you to photograph bad things in your daily life as instructional leaders. Precisely, we love good things. Albums of the past inspiring moments are always repeatedly seen by the owner. Composition of it; similarly; is read, too. Constant writing develops
DIC's arrival at Kasambuhan Village ES
the habit of reading. It is generating knowledge stored in one’s brain. Whatever talks you will have with your teachers, pupils, parents and other stakeholders in any educational affair, those stored knowledge out of your pictures, writing, and reading on your daily accomplishment will surely sound in all ears of your educational collaborators. It carries a powerful effect to convince them to work with you shoulder-to-shoulder towards your vision.”
“Divide your daily medium of conversation into percentage. Begin to speak 50% using L1; give 25% to L2; and the remaining 25% should focus on L3. Motivate your school heads and teachers to practice this so that you are able create in the school campus the environment of official conversation wherein the pupils will hear the different words and expressions of L1, L2, and L3 till they will be able to copy and paste it to their tongues,” added by my Guide.
“Look at Asec Noor Saada. He spends most of
SPG Officers with a certain activity
his time in that way. In it, he learns to appreciate other’s good deeds no matter how big or small it is. Yet, the hardest thing to be done is to give appreciation and recognition to a bit of good deeds done by other fellow but Asec Noor can do it easily. So, it became one of his triggering and inspiring factors to make people in and out of the ARMM go with reform. It gradually makes everybody influence to track the new pathway where education in ARMM must go,” concluded by my Guide.
In compliance with the intuition of my Guide, I tried my best to explore this weekend just to come up with blogger site for Indanan South District. In my feeling, it was so as deep as the Pacific. Trial and error helped me enter the process. Sometimes, I felt lost inside of it. What I did was to discontinue the exploration by quitting the pages of blogger. I did gaming in my computer just to relax my cyber spacecraft till I forgot my intuition. Fortunately, my Guide reminded me again to board the cyber spacecraft bound for blogger. Alhamdulillah, a journey ended with a link:

I ignored my deficiency in English grammar and
SPG Officers in action
poor experience in coming up with best title and developing it into well-organized paragraphs. I firmly believe this is now the moment where I can receive good comments to improve my creative writing skill from my school heads, teachers and other subscribers of this blogger site especially Sir Asec Noor Saada, my inspiration, my hidden model whom I always proudly speak before my school heads and I did not even sense it that I was already in the avenue of reading and writing while searching the stock knowledge of Google. How many nights from iftar to sahul were spent in it! A week after, Alhamdulillah, dream came to light.

Morning of July 30, 2013, Masdida M. Sarabi, TIC of Timbangan ES happened to pass by my office.
“Can you, please give me the full details, from 1 to 3 or 4 paragraphs of your achievement as 2nd Runner Up in the Division Search for Most Outstanding Teacher 2012 attached with photos?”
“Ikaw na ba, Sir kaingatan mo ra,” Replied Ms. Sarabi.
“Yes, but I lack the full details of it in the sense that I was in SEAMEO-Innotech during that
competition,” I insisted.
“Okay,” she nodded.
“I’m hoping for it within 3 days, K,” I urgently required
After the turn-over in Panglima Indanan Central School of Kerwin C. Asid, Sitti Palman I. Mohammad, Alyasir A. Hussam and Jurmainna H. Hunding, I called in Anariza J. Hussam, Teacher III of Panglima Indanan Central School.
“Can you give me a 3-paragraph details of that turn-
Inspecting the gardens of the pupils
over for our district blog?” asked me.
“Of course, why not,” answered her.
“Can I expect it after 3 days?’’ I confirmed.
“Even tomorrow,” assured her. (Turn-over Ceremony at Panglima Indanan Central School -
I passed by Kasambuhan village ES confirming the preparation of 1-Day IN-SET for School Heads on July 31, 2013. To my sight were two teachers, a school nurse and the Principal, Nur-aisha A. Gonzales facilitating pupils doing certain activity. After giving salam, I asked, “What’s that activity that makes you look busy?”
They answered in chorus, “Supreme Pupil Government Officers doing their task on the collection of the honorarium for the volunteer teachers as agreed by the campus PTCA meeting.”
“Utuh Mox, will you give a shot for them, please,” I requested.
My heart was so glad to see those SPG officers. I asked the principal if she has a copy of DepED Order prescribing those suggested activities for the SPG. She replied me positively. I would be very interested to know what strategy they did, for instance the maintenance of cleanliness over the ground. How they got the participation of every class officer to participate in cleanliness campaign. I gave thumb up for them before I tried to convince them the percentage of using L1, L2, and L3 in the daily conversation in the school campus.

Then I was invited by the principal to see their pupils tilling the soil for gardening. I witnessed the newly-grown plants in the garden. I guessed all the pupils were really interested in planting crops and other green-leafy vegetables in their gardens. Flash from a camera shone over them in their unnoticed state.
On our way home almost late for preparing iftar, I asked Utuh Mox if I can expect him to submit some paragraphs of his arrival at the newly-assigned station for him, Poblacion ES. He was truly inspired with our new activity where everyone turns to be blogger.

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