April 27-29, 2017 – Socio-economic limitations in the implementation of K to 12 program pose no threat with the help of Dynamic Learning Program (DLP), an innovative teaching framework designed by power couple physicists Drs. Christopher and Marivic Bernido which aimed at maximizing the student’s academic performance across all disciplines. This has been re-affirmed during the 7th CVIF (Central Visayan Institute Foundation) Dynamic Learning Program Workshop on April 27-29 at Bohol Tropics in Tagbilaran City, Bohol.
The event which zeroed in on the curriculum and learning dynamics gathered school directors, instructors, and teachers in droves who come from Central Visayas and Mindanao area to revisit the basic tenets of DLP as a viable program towards achieving higher academic results, discuss and address the challenges at the onset of the implementation of K-12 program, and advocate the delivery even on the level of tertiary education.
Success stories from graduates abound as DLP forays into CVIF’s own implementation of the program that resulted to a dramatic change in their overall performance in standardized tests and college admission tests in prestigious universities.
CITE’s own implementation of the program has its numbers telling, too. There was an increase of attendance of students and behavioral indicators that show students’ initiative to take learning at their own pace with lesser intervention from the instructors. In fact, two participants from CITE, Engr. Jose Roland Flores and Engr. Perpetuo Echavez have conducted separate research studies on the boons of DLP implementation towards the academic performance of tech-voc students.
Photo shows participants Neil Agbay, Marlon Valencia, Mariano Francis Xavier Hamoy, Romero Enoc, Perpetuo Echavez, and Jose Roland Flores with Drs. Bernido in one of the photo opportunities. ⊗