Early Childhood Development

Early Childhood Development

Knowledge Channel believes that videos are very potent tools for learning. Romanov and Nevgi (2007) on the assessment of the association between the use of video materials and learning outcomes among students concluded that those who watched video clips (as learning resources) achieved higher course grades. This is because video episodes present lessons in a way that affects the audience not only intellectually but also emotionally, and are effective in motivating a learner to change his or her behavior. With the support of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), K Channel, in collaboration with Adarna House and...

Alternative Learning System

Alternative Learning System

The Philippines ranks 15th in the world with the most number of out-of-school youth and adult learners without access to, or who cannot afford basic education schooling. Our Out-of-school youth and Mature Learners Alternative Learning Institute (OMLALI) has equipped 1,500 DepEd mobile teachers and other Alternative Learning System (ALS) implementers with KCh for ALS educational videos, projectors, speakers and even laptops. This is our way of reaching out to all learners in the country. Help us reach more out-of-school youth and adult learners by giving the Gift of Knowledge to more learners everywhere.

K to 12

K to 12

K Channel’s television programs, video games and activities aligned to the new K to 12 curriculum are available on air, online and on-demand. Students exposed to K Channel perform better in school and have better learning outcomes. Likewise, higher achievement scores and improved students’ enthusiasm to learn lead to an increase in graduation rates and decrease in dropout rates. Help us give the Gift of Knowledge to more learners everywhere.

Leadership and Management

Leadership and Management

K Channel also supports the leaders in education such as the schools superintendents, teachers, and principals by providing them continuing education. There is the Superintendents Leadership Program (SLP), a 12-module course intended to provide the officials the required level of competency necessary amidst the reforms in Philippine education. Since the program started in October 2012, a total of 107 superintendents and assistant superintendents have participated in two batches. The 47 participants belonging to the first batch of SLP completed their 12-module course on February 14, 2014; 33 of them will pursue Executive PhD degree in De La Salle University...

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Metro Manila Teachers, principals get LEEP-trained for K-12


Knowledge Channel Foundation Inc. (KCFI) in partnership with the Department of Education (DepEd) recently launched the National Capital Region (NCR) leg of its flagship teacher training program, Learning Effectively through Enhanced Pedagogies (LEEP), an intensive 3-day training designed to contribute to the effective translation and use of the K to 12 curriculum concepts in the classroom instruction.

84 public school teachers and principals from 15 Metro Manila school divisions participated in the three-day training activity at the Quezon City Science Interactive Center. LEEP is programmed to guide teachers and principals in the application of the K to 12 curriculum to ensure that teaching approaches, technologies, and environments where students are active participants resulting ensuring learning is continuous and more effective. The training also includes the integration of Knowledge Channel learning materials in classroom discussions.
"There is always a need for improvement. No matter how old we have been in the service. You need to continuously improve. And so the buzzword for education today is 'continuous improvement'. That has become the way of life of the champions and that is something we need to imbibe." stated Dr. Luz Almeda, DepEd Regional Director for NCR, during the opening ceremonies.

Other DepEd officials were also in attendance during the opening and closing ceremonies to show their full support namely DepEd Undersecretary for Regional Operations Rizalino Rivera and Quezon City Schools Division Superintendent Dr. Helen Grace Go.

After a very positive review of the LEEP by the first batch trainees, the second batch of NCR educators will be LEEP trained within the year.

KCFI continues its resolve to reach more schools and guide more teachers into using enhanced teaching strategies making learning for students interesting and worthwhile.

In order to further this cause, KCFI calls on sectors of society to support its programs for the education sector.
You can also be part of our advocacy. Schedule a LEEP training in your local community now. For more details you may call Knowledge Channel Foundation Inc.'s Educational Leadership Unit at (02) 910-3181 to 84. To donate or volunteer, you can also send us a message at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or log on to kchonline.ph.

K Channel Officially Launches LEEP, Its New In-Service Training Program for Teachers and Principals


Knowledge Channel Foundation Inc. (KCFI) officially launched the Learning Effectively through Enhanced Pedagogies (LEEP) last April 2, at the Bulwagan ng Karunungan, DepEd Complex, Pasay City. Present in the event are Bro. Armin Luistro, Dr. Oscar M. Lopez, Dr. Fe Hidalgo, and Ms. Rina Lopez Bautista. Also in the launch are Prof. Eduardo Morato of Bayan Academy; other DepEd officials; officers of Lopez Group Foundation Inc.; LEEP trainers; stakeholders of Knowledge Channel; schools division superintendents; and other education leaders.


LANDBANK Launches AgriCOOLture Educational Video Series


Department of Education Secretary Bro. Armin Luistro joined the recent launch of the AgriCOOLture educational video series under the LANDBANKGawad e-dukasyon Program (GeP). GeP is a partnership between LANDBANK and the Knowledge Channel Foundation Inc. (KCFI) which makes use of modern and innovative forms of media to promote agriculture and agriculture studies among Filipino students. “The GEP is part of LANDBANK’s campaign to “rebrand” agriculture as more than a traditional means of livelihood but as a viable business. Through Knowledge Channel’s extensive audience reach, we hope to entice more young Filipinosto someday pursue careers in agri-preneurship and contribute to the country’s agricultural growth and development,” said LANDBANK President and CEO Gilda E. Pico.