Return to site

Project LML (Localized Materials for Learning) in TVL Hairdressing


The study was conducted to determine the effectiveness of localized materials in improving the mastery level of Grade 11 students in Balibago Integrated High School – Senior High School. Specifically, the respondents are the Grade 11 learners taking Technical Vocational – Hairdressing.

This investigation is in conformance with the Republic Act 10533 of 2013 or the Enhanced Basic Education in the Philippines. Furthermore, this study is parallel to DepEd Order 35 s. 2016 which reinforces the mandate of the Department of Education that learning materials should be localized to allow learning be more meaningful and relevant.

Moreover, the concept of localization is not new for DepEd teachers as it is already embedded in DepEd mission which is to promote the right of every Filipino to quality, equitable, culture-based, and complete basic education.

In support to the aforementioned, the researcher came up with the Project LML (Localized Materials for Learning) in TVL Hairdressing to highlight and strengthen the advantage of utilizing localized materials.