Connect with us

DepEd implements Cavite-wide sign language program

DepEd-implements-Cavite-wide-sign-language-program

GoNews

DepEd implements Cavite-wide sign language program

The Department of Education (DepEd)-Cavite is now implementing its sign language skills program in all public schools with SPED (special education) Center across the province’s eight component cities and 16 municipalities, so that teachers and students will be able to communicate with learners with special education needs (LSEN).

In her Division Memorandum 28, s. 2018, Cavite Schools Divisions Superintendent Cherrylou D. Repia said the sign language skills enhancement program is in line with DepEd Order 26 s. 1997 on the institutionalization of SPED program in all schools and to strengthen inclusive education.

She said the daily conduct of sign language sessions “aims to equip all regular teachers, SPED teachers, and students with basic sign language skills; ensure that all teachers and students know how to communicate with our LSEN and strengthen sign language in all inclusive school environment.”

Ma. Victoria Maligayo, focal person for SPED program, told the Philippine News Agency (PNA) on Wednesday that Cavite now has 22 SPED Centers, “5 of which are recognized by the National Agency,” with some 828 inclusive learners (LSEN that are part of a regular learning/classroom setting) and more than 1,000 under its ‘non-graded’ group (LSEN that needs one-on-one learning session).”

The program is being implemented under the “Project Kalinga” program, which, in partnership with the provincial government of Cavite, extends various forms of assistance to disabled, indigent, or the marginalized learners; and through DepEd’s Curriculum Implementation Division headed by Dr. Elpidia Bergado.

Daily classes start with basic sign language (alphabet, numbers, and simple phrases), and to go on “until the time that they are capable to communicate with our LSEN,” Maligayo said.

It targets public schools district supervisors, all elementary and secondary principals and head teachers, and school children in all municipalities. (Gladys Pino)

 

News source: Philippine News Agency
Image source: Ma. Victoria Maligayo

 

 

  • Share
  • Tweet
  • 3 Comments
Continue Reading
You may also like...
3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Federation of the Deaf-Cavite Province, Inc

    September 20, 2018 at 2:58 pm

    Hi, I am Mark Kelvin Marcial from President of Federation of the Deaf-Cavite Province, Inc.

    I would like to inform you, we are using Filipino Sign Language in the Philippines.
    You can please let me know what sign language do you use? Filipino Sign Language? Sign Exact English? American Sign Language?
    If you answer my question, next to my last question is whom teach/train you to learn sign language?

    If you feel free to contact me for any concerns/inquires
    Email: cpfd.org@gmail.com
    Cp #: 09271493653
    FB: facebook.com/fdcp.org

    Thank you

  2. bollywood Covers

    September 23, 2018 at 4:39 am

    It’s amazing to go to see this web site and reading
    the vies of all friends concerning this post, while I am also zealous of getting
    experience.

  3. Food

    October 6, 2018 at 4:31 am

    I’mnot that much of a internet reader to be honest
    but your sites really nice, keep it up! I’ll go ahead and bookmark
    your website to come bacfk in the future. Cheers

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

More in GoNews

Trending

Title

Recent Post

Comments

To Top