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PANGASINAN STATE UNIVERSITY

ASINGAN CAMPUS
WHAT IS ALTERNATIVE LEARNING
SYSTEM (ALS)?
• It is a free education program implemented by the
Department of Education (DepEd).
• Benefits those who cannot afford formal schooling and
follows whatever is their available schedule.
• It also provides a viable alternative to the existing formal
education instruction, encompassing both the non-formal
and informal source of knowledge and skills.
VISION AND MISSION

• With the Bureau of Alternative Learning System (BALS) by the year 2015,
the Philippines envision the attainment of a universal functional literacy
brought about by excellence in non formal and informal delivery of basic
education.

• The ALS is an instrument to uphold the learners aspiration for further


learning and meaningful participation in the community and society as a
whole.
TARGET LEARNERS

• Elementary and secondary school dropouts


• Youth and adults in school but over aged for grade 6 or 4th year
• Unemployed/underemployed out of school youths and adults
• Industry-based workers, housewives, maids, factory workers and drivers
• Members of cultural minorities/indigenous people
• Persons with disabilities (PWDs)/physically challenged
• Inmates/rebels/soldiers integrates
CURRICULUM OF
ALTERNATIVE LEARNING
SYSTEM
CURRICULUM OF ALS

Communication Skills (English Problem Solving Skills(Math and


and Filipino) Science)
• listening • Creativity
• Non verbal communication • Researching skills
• Clarity and concision • Team working
• Friendliness and Confidence • Decision making
• Open mindedness • Emotional intelligence
Sustainable use of Development of self and
resources sense of community
• Proper way of using • Commitment
resources • Dedication
• Resource management • Service to community
SAMPLE PROGRAMS
OF ALS
BASIC LITERACY PROGRAM (BLP)

• BLP is an intensive community-based training for illiterate out of


school youth and adults, who are willing to learn basic literacy skills.
• There are three (3) basic literacy skills these are
• Ability to read with comprehension
• Ability to compute simple problems
• Creative thinking and problem solving
• How do learners access BLP?
• Recruitment
• Screening and placement
• Enrollment
WHAT HAPPENS TO THE BLP COMPLETERS?

• Enroll to A and E program


• Mainstream to formal school
• Enter the world of work
• Enroll to TESDA training
CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAM

• This is an education program provided for those who


left the formal education system.
• It is designed to educate them and give further
knowledge or skills to be applied in the near future.
ALS ACCREDITATION AND
EQUIVALENCY TEST
(A&E TEST)
WHAT IS A & E TEST

• The ALS A and E test formerly known as the Non formal Education A and
E test is a multiple choice.
• It is a pencil and paper test designed to measure the competencies of
those who did not finished formal education (elementary or secondary).
• Passers are given a certificate or diploma certifying their competencies as
comparable to the graduates of the formal school system.kmjjhn
ALTERNATIVE LEARNING SYSTEM
VS.
FORMAL EDUCATION
SETTING

ALS Formal education


Community
Learning School
Center
TEACHER

ALS Formal education


Facilitator/instructional
manager Classroom teacher
Must be trained in ALS Must be licensed professional
College graduate (for A&E teacher
test) Must be an education graduate
Must be a High School gradute (BSEd/ BEEd)
(for Literacy program)
AGE OF LEARNERS

ALS Formal education


Age is prescribe for
every school level
starting with 6 y.o (for
No age is prescribe Gr.1)
15 yrs old for high
school
CURRICULUM

ALS Formal education


Communication skills English
Problem solving skills Math
Sustainable use of Science
resources/productivity
Filipino
Development of self an a
sense of community History