Teacher Induction Program (TIP) Modules Final Version (with Answers)

Teacher Induction Program (TIP) Modules Final Version (with Answer Key)

Module 1: Welcome to the Department of Education!

This module will help you get acquainted with the organization. It introduces you to DepEd values as it translates to the way it delivers its service in accordance to its mandate, vision, mission and goals. More importantly, it sets out DepEd’s policies and guidelines that reflect standards on teaching practices that are consistent with DepEd’s core values—Maka-Diyos, Maka-Tao, Makakalikasan at Makabansa.

This module aims to help you realize your professional development goals in your journey at DepEd. As you go through the different sessions, consider the following as your desired learning outcomes.

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Module 2: The Filipino Teacher

This module brings you to a clear and realistic perception of yourself. It provides you the opportunity to take a closer look of who you are according to how you see yourself and how others see you, how you respond to situations or circumstances, and the impact of this on others.

PPST Standards
The coverage of the Module is aligned to the PPST Domain 7, Personal Growth and Professional Development. This domain focuses on teachers’ personal growth and professional development. It accentuates teachers’ proper and high personal regard for the profession by maintaining qualities that uphold the dignity of teaching such as caring attitude, respect and integrity. This Domain values personal and professional reflection and learning to improve practice. It recognizes the importance of teachers’ assuming responsibility for personal growth and professional development for lifelong learning.

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Module 3: The K to 12 Curriculum

The Department of Education’s goal to reach out all school-aged children be in school to provide quality basic education. Recognizing that all children and youth, including those with disabilities, Indigenous People, Muslim learners, child laborers, in conflict situation, and those that are hardest to reach has the right to education. Our department has come up with a system that will address the needs of different types of learners. 

With the advent of K to 12 Basic Education Program, our department strengthen the programs, projects and activities anchored on a long-term goals of inclusive education, which is also aligned to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) officially known as Transforming our Word: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is set of 17 “Global Goals” wherein goal 4 speaks on Quality Education…, thus producing globally competitive graduates.


Module 4: Teaching Approaches

The use of varied teaching approaches that are appropriate to the needs of the learners is vital in achieving the desired objectives of the lesson. Teachers engaged in inclusive learning environments have used variety of pedagogical approaches and methodologies in carrying out their lessons. 

This session is designed to guide teacher inductees like you on pedagogical approaches, which are aligned on basic principles of inclusive pedagogy such as explicit teaching, adult learning approach, and differentiated instruction.


Module 5: Learning Process

The primary purpose of the module is to assist the newly-hired teacher in understanding the nature of the learners across key learning stages (K to 3, 4 to 6, 7 to 10 and 11 to 12). This module will also help teachers to better understand the why’s and the how’s of offering learning programs that are responsive to the needs of the learners. 

This module contains the topics on the 21st Century Learners where the newly-hired teacher will identify the nature of learners in various key learning stages in the Philippine education setting and will be working on a detailed lesson plan (DLP) with parts that are aligned with DepED Order #42, s. 2016 with a specific 21st century skills that he would like his learners to develop. The teacher will also identify learning programs implemented or offered in his school or district that are responsive to the needs of the learners in different key learning stages.


Module 6. The School and Community Linkages

This domain affirms the role of teachers in establishing school-community partnerships aimed at enriching the learning environment, as well as the community’s engagement in the educative process. This Domain expects teachers to identify and respond to opportunities that link teaching and learning in the classroom to the experiences, interests and aspirations of the wider school community and other key stakeholders. It concerns the importance of teachers’ understanding and fulfilling their obligations in upholding professional ethics, accountability and transparency to promote professional and harmonious relationships with learners, parents, schools and the wider community.