DepED: Service Marks & Visual Identity

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04 NOV 2019

DepED ORDER
No. 031 s. 2019

THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION SERVICE MARKS 
AND VISUAL IDENTITY MANUAL

  1. The Department of Education (DepEd) has developed the Department of Education Service Marks and Visual Identity Manual (DSMVIM), 2018 Edition. It contains guidelines on the specification and applications of the Department’s name, seal, and logo to produce a unified look in all DepEd communications and publications.
  2. The DSMVIM contains standard designs and application of the Department’s service marks. Specifically, this Manual will serve as reference for the DepEd officials, personnel, and employees on the style and usage of the Department’s name, seal and logo. It will also be useful for those involved in the production of official forms, publications, and advocacy materials in communication, multimedia and graphic creative solutions intended to enhance the Department’s strategic priorities.
  3. DepEd Order (DO) No. 69, s. 2003 titled DepEd Logocontains the purpose of using the official logo in school bulletin boards, publications, reports, circulars, T-shirts designed for printing, and stationaries. It also specifies other colors of the logo, which conform with the official colors of the Philippine Flag, as per Republic Act No. 8491, otherwise known as the Flag Heraldic Code of the Philippines. Therefore, the official colors of the logo prescribed in the Manual shall be adopted and followed accordingly.
  4. The features and colors of the DepEd seal and other provisions as described in DO 63, s. 2011 titled Department of Education (DepEd) Sealshall remain and shall be used and applied in all relevant DepEd standard templates and official documents, as specified in the Manual.
  5. The manual is provided in Enclosure No. 1 and Enclosure No. 2 contains the Guidelines on the Use of the DSMVIM.
  6. All provisions set in the Manual shall be followed by DepEd officials and personnel at the central, regional, schools divisions, district offices, and schools.
  7. The Department shall protect and safeguard the integrity of its official visual marks suach as official name, seal and logo. DepEd shall also guard the use of these marks against commercialization by unscrupulous entities.
  8. This Department shall initiate administrative disciplinary action and other legal remedies against anyone found responsible for violating any provisions in this Order.
  9. Guidelines stipulated in the Manual shall remain in force and in effect, unless repealed, amended, or rescinded.
  10. This order shall take effect upon its approval. However, the regional, schools division, and district offices, as well as public schools, may still use the remaining copies of their current letterheads, certificates, report forms, and other educational materials with the Department’s official name, seal and logo until the end of the School Year 2019-2020.
  11. For more information, please send an email at [email protected]or contact he Public Affairs Service-Publications Division, Ground Floor Aguinaldo Building, Motorpool Area, Department of Educaiton Central Office, DepEd Complex, Meralco Avenue, Pasig City at telephone no. (02) 633-9341.
  12. Immediate dissemination of and strict compliance with this Order is directed.

(SGD) LEONOR MAGTOLIS BRIONES
Secretary

References:

            DepEd Order: Nos. 69, s. 2003; 63 s. 2011; and 36, s. 2013


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Sample Detailed Action Plan Template

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Teachers, School Heads, and even Supervisors every now and then are required to make an Action Plan. But not single one template is standardized – as far as the elements go.

In short, every office, every school, every district has their own way of how to make an action plan. But the best action plan model should have all the elements in it.

What are these elements?

Among the most reoccurring elements we saw in many action plans all over the internet either have one or two of these in our list. In fact, some action plans have more than these! Which we really found odd and redundant.

Thus, we synthesized all of it and created a single template that can address the need of the author, along with the objectives.

·      Areas of Concern

Every action plan must have a concrete identification as to what are the possible problems or issues each procedure will have. By being able to identify these concerns, the ability to prevent them are higher. If the issue could not be prevented, a definite measure can be used to resolve it.

·      Activity

A specific detail as to what will be done. However, it could be presented in a general title which will later be broken down and defined through the next element.

·      Objectives

It answers the question “What will the activity achieve?”. Objectives must be S.M.A.R.T. at the very least. Specifically aligned with every cognitive, psychomotor and affective domain.

·      Inclusive Dates and Venue

The specific time and place as to where the activity should take place. The inclusive dates must also

·      Person/Organizations Responsible

This item includes all individuals or group of individuals who are involved with the activity. The list could be identified in general terms but they must be specified from which group or category they belong to.

·      Resources Needed

This may refer to material and immaterial objects. It also includes individuals or person who may be referred to as resource persons involved in the activity. All other materials that may or may not be used in the conduct of the activity can be listed here as well.

·      Community Partnership

Refers to the different community and/or stakeholders who will be working with the activity. Which also includes the end-users or the beneficiaries of the activity. The item also refers to the specific involvement of a particular group on a specific activity – which depends on the objective. 

·      Success Indicators

A quantitative data which will be the basis of objective achievement. This item must reflect that the objectives which were set are attained. It should also be presented in a measurable manner, i.e. number or percentage.

We would like to share to all of you, a Sample Action Plan Template which we have filled-in already as a guide for you on how to make your own Action Plan in the future. Each item has been sampled from start to finish. 

This Sample Action Plan is considered as pre-stage activity. This means that the activity must not deviate with the action plan. The activity may have unforeseen changes due to uncontrollable circumstances e.g. the dates and venues changed. But, the general objectives of the Action Plan must remain the same. Unless, a new action plan is to be drafted.

How To Download?

As we always do here in our website, the files are available for downloading via two (2) links. The first link is only for DepEd Email Users. If you wish to download via the first link, you must log-in to your DepEd Email account. The second link is a universal server, an alternate link. This is for those who couldn’t access the DepEd G-Drive. Both links are working fine. 

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Alternate Link for No DepEd Email Account

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Temporary Progress Report: SHS (Annex 4.2)| FREE DOWNLOAD

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READ THE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW BEFORE DOWNLOADING!!!

Accompanying the Temporary Progress Report for Elementary and JHS is a separate file for the Senior High School. The Temporary Progress Report for SHS (Annex 4.2) is the second attachment of DepEd Order 03 s. 2018, Basic Education Enrollment Policy of 2018.

The same attributes and concerns are to be followed with this Temporary Progress Report. As such, please refer to this article we posted on the conditions and use of the Temporary Progress Report.

As usual, the file/template is semi-automated via MS Excel and can be downloaded directly from our server using your DepEd Email Accounts. In the absence of a DepEd Email, an alternate link is provided for external source.

For those who do not have a DepEd Email, we uploaded the file on a separate google drive which has an ad service. If you wish to download the file on an external source, click the alternate link below.

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD ANNEX 4.2 FOR USERS WITHOUT DEPED EMAIL

The file can be downloaded below:

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD ANNEX 4.2 WITH DEPED EMAIL 

We also published an editable format of Annex 1 and Annex 3 which you can download on our articles here:

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Downloadable: Daily Lesson Log/Lesson Plan Monitoring Tool (June to March)

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| UPDATE AS OF FEBRUARY 25, 2018 |

The file has automated the dates for SY 2017 – 2018, thus there is no need to edit the dates of each month. If there will be changes for the date of the Last Day of Service, please change the date of the EoSY which is found below your name.


Need a monitoring tool for DLL/LP for the whole School Year? With an automated date generator? Then you’re in the right place!

FREE downloadable DLL/LP monitoring tool

How does it work?

  1. Download the file here: DLL/LP School Year Monitoring Tool
  2. Open the file and edit the following:
    1. Your Name
    2. BoSY Date (Beginning of the School Year)
    3. EoSY Date (End of the School Year)
    4. At the bottom of the file, the name of the Rater and School Head
    5. Indicate the scores per box in the specified dates between scores of 1 to 5 (1 being the lowest and 5 as highest). The rubrics for this is based on the KRA in the agreed IPCRF in your school/district/division.
    6. Once all entries are filled, the template will automatically generate your Rate for the End of the School Year. You can also track the scores of your DLL/LP every week as the Total and Rating per week is also indicated.
    7. The template is also ready to print. Just be sure to use 8.5″x13″ bond paper. No need to adjust anything in your printer settings since the file is already set for you.

The DLL/LP Monitoring tool is very useful and could also be used in your IPCRF as an attachment (Means of Verification – MOV) for your score. It also presents credible transparency between the rater and the ratee.

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