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INDIGENOUS
PEOPLE
CURRICULUM
FRAMEWORK
Adopting the Indigenous Peoples Education
Curriculum Framework
In pursuant to DepEd Order No. 62 “Adopting the National
In...
• Recognize the right of indigenous
people to basic education which is
culturally rooted. Localizing,
indigenizing and enh...
Indigenous People Curriculum Framework
In relation to the global movement for
Education for All (EFA) in which Indigenous
...
However, DepEd should to address the ff:
1.Respect and recognize Indigenous knowledge
system and practices in school and l...
4. The need to promote respect cultural
expressions such as dance, chants,
instruments, and attire, so they are not
misuse...
Philosophy
K to 12 Basic Education Curriculum centers on
learners focus on lifelong learning, leading a
productive & full ...
Key Elements of IP
Education Curriculum
1. Anchors the context on ancestral domain, and
communities world view, and its indigenous cultural
institutions.
2. Inclu...
1. Spiritual dimension is included (rituals)
2. Culture bearers and IKSP holders.
Teaching Methodologies & Strategies
Learning Space & Environment
1.Ancestral domain and activities of the
community as relevant venues.
2. Classroom based ses...
Learning Resources
1.Artifacts, stories, dances, songs, musical
instruments
2.Mother tongue
3.Instructional materials need...
Classroom Assessment
1.Participation on the members of community in
the assessment process.
2.In accordance to the standar...
Example of Localization & Indigenization
of the Curriculum
1.Translating popular stories (Si Pagong at
Matsing)to the comm...
Example of Curriculum Design
“Diversity is not about how we differ. Diversity is
about embracing one another’s uniqueness”
Ola Joseph
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  1. 1. INDIGENOUS PEOPLE CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK
  2. 2. Adopting the Indigenous Peoples Education Curriculum Framework In pursuant to DepEd Order No. 62 “Adopting the National Indigenous Peoples Education (IPEd) Policy Framework and DepEd Order No. 43, s. 2013 entitled Implementing Rules and Regulations of Republic Act No. 10533 , known as the Enhanced Basic Education Act of 2013, the Department of Education (DepEd) is adopting the enclosed Indigenous Peoples Education Curriculum Framework.
  3. 3. • Recognize the right of indigenous people to basic education which is culturally rooted. Localizing, indigenizing and enhancing the K to 12 Curriculum. • Establishing institutionalized partnership between indigenous communities and inclusion of their indigenous knowledge and practices
  4. 4. Indigenous People Curriculum Framework In relation to the global movement for Education for All (EFA) in which Indigenous People are part of this advocacy. Education enables the IPs to develop competencies such as basic literacy and livelihood education for them to respond to the demand of the wider society.
  5. 5. However, DepEd should to address the ff: 1.Respect and recognize Indigenous knowledge system and practices in school and learning program. 2.To eliminate discrimination from peers and teachers 3.The need for teachers serving in indigenous communities, to be adequately oriented and trained so that indigenous cultures are appreciated and Indigenous cultural practices and values are not discriminated as “backward”, “inferior” or “primitive
  6. 6. 4. The need to promote respect cultural expressions such as dance, chants, instruments, and attire, so they are not misused or interpreted in such programs and related activities. 5. Ensuring the learning programs promote among learners an affirmation and sense of indigenous cultural identify that sustain inter-generational relationship and cultural integrity in the community.
  7. 7. Philosophy K to 12 Basic Education Curriculum centers on learners focus on lifelong learning, leading a productive & full of life. For indigenous learners, making their education meaningful and relevant. Focus on preserving and enriching their culture
  8. 8. Key Elements of IP Education Curriculum
  9. 9. 1. Anchors the context on ancestral domain, and communities world view, and its indigenous cultural institutions. 2. Includes the respects of community’s expression On spirituality as part the their curriculum content. 3. Affirms and strengthen indigenous cultural identity. 4. Revitalize indigenous languages. 5. Advancement of IP rights & welfare Curriculum design, Competency & Content
  10. 10. 1. Spiritual dimension is included (rituals) 2. Culture bearers and IKSP holders. Teaching Methodologies & Strategies
  11. 11. Learning Space & Environment 1.Ancestral domain and activities of the community as relevant venues. 2. Classroom based sessions
  12. 12. Learning Resources 1.Artifacts, stories, dances, songs, musical instruments 2.Mother tongue 3.Instructional materials need to be reviewed by the IKSP holders and community to protect intellectually property rights and keeping with related ethical principles and practice.
  13. 13. Classroom Assessment 1.Participation on the members of community in the assessment process. 2.In accordance to the standards, competencies, skills and concepts being covered. 3.Community values and culture. 4.Foster lifelong learning competencies in actual community and family situations
  14. 14. Example of Localization & Indigenization of the Curriculum 1.Translating popular stories (Si Pagong at Matsing)to the community’s local language. 2.Local Facts as examples in the lesson such as local plants in discussing plants, local resources as teaching tool.
  15. 15. Example of Curriculum Design
  16. 16. “Diversity is not about how we differ. Diversity is about embracing one another’s uniqueness” Ola Joseph
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