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- The Philippine Professional Standards for Teachers was developed through the Research Center for Teacher Quality (RCTQ) with support from the Australian Government.
- The Philippine Professional Standards for Teachers, which is built on NCBTS, complements the reform initiatives on teacher quality from pre-service education to in-service training. It articulates what constitutes teacher quality in the K to 12 Reform through well-defined domains, strands, and indicators that provide measures of professional learning, competent practice, and effective engagement. This set of standards makes explicit what teachers should know, be able to do and value to achieve competence, improved student learning outcomes, and eventually quality education. It is founded on teaching philosophies of learner-centeredness, lifelong learning, and inclusivity/inclusiveness, among others. The professional standards, therefore, become a public statement of professional accountability that can help teachers reflect on and assess their own practices as they aspire for personal growth and professional development.
- The Philippine Professional Standards for Teachers defines teacher quality in the Philippines. Thevstandards describe the expectations of teachers’ increasing levels of knowledge, practice and professional engagement. At the same time, the standards allow for teachers’ growing understanding, applied with increasing sophistication across a broader and more complex range of teaching/learning situations.
- The Philippine Professional Standards for Teachers shall be used as basis for all learning and development programs for teachers to ensure that teachers are properly equipped to effectively implement the K to 12 Program.
Source: Department of Education
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