Skills acquired in an INFED course will be recorded in the INFED Passport, which serves as the learning portfolio of the individual learner. The INFED passport contains the skills acquired by the learner after participating in an INFED course as reported by both the Resource Person and the INFED facilitator. To assess the skills acquired continue reading : How is learning assessed in INFED of ALS?
As a rule, all members of the community are the learners of INFED in ALS, including the marginalized groups of the population. Thus, INFED learners are children, youth and adults who represent interest groups such as senior citizen, youth leaders, professionals, laborers, employees, etc.
Strictly speaking, since INFED is acquired incidentally and is based on one’s personal interests, there is no external “ teacher ” other than the person himself ( independent or self-learning ). However, INFED in ALS may also be delivered through a learning facilitator sometimes called a “ guide master”, a “coach” , a “ role continue reading : Who delivers INFED in ALS?
INFED as a major component of the ALS and complements NonFormal Education (NFE) in addressing the learning needs of all especially the marginalized learners. Such as INFED creates opportunities for self development , for community development, entrepreneurial / livelihood skills development in response to the individual’s learning interests. Consequently, through INFED, a person is able continue reading : Why does ALS promote INFED?
The INFED courses may be delivered both to the ALS Learners in the community learning centers and community members who are not participating in any ALS programs. – The INFED courses to be offered are based on the interests and need of the learners / community members themselves. -INFED courses may be taught continue reading : How is INFED delivered?
Informal Education ( NFED ) in ALS is a lifelong learning process acquired outside the formal school system but which complements learning acquired in both Nonformal Education ( NFE ) and Formal Basic Education ( FBE ). INFED occurs incidentally, is ubiquitous ( available everywhere ) is stimulated by one’s interests and is derived continue reading : What is Informal Education ( INFED ) in ALS?
To reach this marginalized group of learners, BALS implements nonformal and informal education or education that takes place outside the formal school system. Republic Act 9155 defines Nonformal Education as “any organized, systematic educational activity carried outside the framework of the formal system to provide selected types of learning to a segment of continue reading : What is the difference between non-formal education and informal education?
For the Elementary Level Test Passers: – Those who are 11 to 14 years old, will enter/re-enter formal school system and may proceed for enrollment to Grade 7 – Those who are 15 years old and above may enter/re-enter formal school system As eligible Secondary Level (Grade 7 ) or may enter/re-enter Alternative continue reading : What is the status of ALS A & E Test Passers in the K to 12 Program Implementation?
Enter college/university Enter other formal/non-formal training programs Enter/re-enter the world of work Enter/re-enter elementary or secondary formal school system Learn essential life skills to participate more fully and actively in the political, social and economic lives in the community.
The Examinee Report Form (ERF) / Individual Test Result released by BALS to the Division Officeone month after the publication on the internet, which is issued only once. Certificate signed by the Secretary of Education, which is issued only once, two (2) months after announcement.