Grade 1 – Quarter 4 Learner’s Materials | DepEd Learning Materials

In addition to the higher maintenance costs associated with higher enrollment rates, the learning materials value chain’s high risk of corruption may have an impact on pricing. For instance, contracts for textbooks may be given to more expensive, lower-quality volumes. Although highly centralized book production systems are expensive, decentralization necessitates the development of specialized management, monitoring, and supervision systems run by trained personnel and backed by dependable budget allocations. Additionally, it calls for the creation of lists of recommended textbooks from which schools can choose the books they desire. In this post, you can find the compiled Grade 1 – Quarter 4 Learner’s Materials | DepEd Learning Materials.

Many nations lack access to data that would allow them to estimate learning materials supply and allocation to schools, as well as clearly defined, attainable targets for providing educational materials. Only when effective management and monitoring procedures are in place within the department of education can private sector competition result in better output, greater quality, and lower pricing.

The durability and, ultimately, the lifetime costs of educational resources are significantly influenced by their physical properties. The effectiveness of the design, typeface, images, and drawings, as well as the harmony between the visuals and text, all have a significant impact on how effectively people acquire new information. When evaluating the quality of electronic media (such as audio, graphics, video, and animation), one can consider design, interactivity, and ease of use in addition to functionality. The accessibility and navigability of online resources are crucial.

Learning materials should be a byproduct of the curriculum creation process and, as a result, should be in line with the philosophy, goals, content, methodology, and assessment of the curriculum. They have to be age-appropriate, take into consideration various language contexts, local and indigenous knowledge, skills, and resources, as well as the backgrounds and requirements of learners, and be based on materials that are suitable for the location.

Learning materials must be based on both learning theory and subject-specific content theory, offer diverse applications of ideas and principles, encourage equitable and active involvement from all students, and let students reflect on what they are learning.

Last but not least, how teachers utilize the resources has a big impact on the chance that students will learn anything useful. In terms of the proper and innovative use of textbooks and related teachers’ guides, many teachers have little to no practical experience.

Grade 1 – Quarter 4 Learner’s Materials | DepEd Learning Materials

ARALING PANLIPUNAN 1 Learners Materials 


ENGLISH 1 Learners Materials

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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1 Learners Materials


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