Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Abolishing DepEd's Daily Lesson Log (DLL)




MANILA, Philippines - Secretary Leonor Briones account through a certain Twitter post has commented on the spreading news about abolishing the DepEd's Daily Lesson Log (DLL). As quoted,

We just saw this article spreading around Facebook and other social media with regards to abolishing Daily Lesson Logs. According to the Secretary herself, she has not commented on this matter.
Update: Deped through its official Facebook account has already released their statement regarding this issue. See related news below.

SEE ALSO: Abolishing and Recall of Daily Lesson Log (DLL): DepEd Official Statement

The comment was posted after the ACT (Alliance of Concerned Teachers) Party list website posted in its press release that they support the earlier announcement of DepEd Secretary on abolishing the order.
We support the earlier announcement of DepEd Sec. Leonor Briones on abolishing the order released for making Daily Lesson Logs (DLL), or the DO 42, s. 2016 and use the teacher and learner manual instead.
The ACT also said that the DLLs are just waste of time and additional burden for the teachers while there is no compensation added.
We have received many complaints that in many schools, the DLLs cause additional yet unnecessary hardship to teachers, and worse, without additional compensation and needs to shell out from their pockets additional expense for internet connection and printing supplies. Writing them take away precious time better spent for developing teaching aids.
It is an oppressive scheme of the K to 12 and RPMS that creates stress among teachers.

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