Quarter 2 ADM Modules for S.Y. 2020-2021 (Grades 1-10)

Download quarter 2 ADM modules for school year 2020-2021, available for grades 1 to 10.

To help students overcome personal, social and economic constraints in their schooling, alternative modalities of education delivery are tried and tested. One such way are these modules.

What is Alternative Delivery Modes (ADM)?

Alternative Delivery Modes (ADM) are tried and tested alternative modalities of education delivery within the confines of the formal system that allow schools to deliver quality education to marginalized students and those at risk of dropping out in order to help them overcome personal, social and economic constraints in their schooling.

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Quarter 2 ADM Modules (Grades 1-10)

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On an act introduced by Senator Manuel “Lito” M. Lapid, he defined that alternative delivery mode refers to the nontraditional education program recognized by the Department of Education (DepED) which applies.a flexible learning philosophy and a curricular delivery program that includes non-formal and informal sources of knowledge and skills. An alternative delivery mode may include the use of facilitator-aided and interactive self-instructional print and audio-based learning materials, video tapes, face-to-face structured learning groups, semi-structured and unstructured discussions, one-on-one tutorials, study groups and self-learning groups, demonstration sessions, home visits, mentoring and remediation.

Prior to that, the senator said in his introduction, “the right to education is a basic human right which provides for free and compulsory primary education for all. It also includes a responsibility to develop equitable access to higher education. This is how the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights defines the universal entitlement to education, but unfortunately for most of our people, education is a privilege enjoyed by the upper echelon of our society.”

In these trying times, the government is doing its best to give students the best education they can have. Let us support them wholeheartedly.

Frequently Asked Questions on DepEd Learning Delivery Modalities for School Year 2020-2021

What is Distance Learning?

This refers to a learning delivery modality where learning takes place between the teacher and the learners who are geographically remote from each other during instruction.

What is Modular Distance Learning?

Learning is in the form of individualized instruction that allows learners to use self-learning modules (SLMs) in print or digital format/electronic copy, whichever is applicable in the context of the learner and other learning resources like Learner’s Materials, textbooks, activity sheets, study guides and other study materials.

What is Online Distance Learning?

It features the teacher facilitating learning and engaging learners’ active participation using various technologies accessed through the internet while they are geographically remote from each other during instruction.

What is Home Schooling?

It is an alternative delivery mode (ADM) that aims to provide learners with equal access to quality basic education through a home-based environment to be facilitated by qualified parents, guardians or tutors who have undergone relevant training.

What is Blended Learning?

This refers to a learning modality that allows for a combination of face to face and online distance learning (ODL), face-to-face and modular distance learning (MDL), face-to-face and TV/Radio-based Instruction (RBI), and face-to-face learning and a combination with two or more types of distance learning.

What is Traditional Face-to-Face Learning?

This refers to a learning delivery modality where the students and the teacher are both physically present in the classroom, and there are opportunities for active engagement, immediate feedback, and socio-emotional development of learners.

What is Alternative Delivery Modes (ADM)?

Alternative Delivery Modes (ADM) are tried and tested alternative modalities of education delivery within the confines of the formal system that allow schools to deliver quality education to marginalized students and those at risk of dropping out in order to help them overcome personal, social and economic constraints in their schooling.

Source/Reference: Department of Education (DepEd)


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  1. Evelyn Valdestamon
    Evelyn Valdestamon

    Please let me have your modules so that we can print it and give to our pupils, thank you very much…

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