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    1. 1. CNHS Innovation in Education Virgilio C. Boado Principal IV Cuenca National High School Pugo, La Union
    2. 2. ICT Integration in all Subject Areas
    3. 3. The ICT Enhanced Curriculum <ul><li>Legal Basis </li></ul><ul><ul><li>RA 9155 The Governance of Basic Education Act of 2001 </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>“ Introducing NEW and INNOVATIVE modes of instruction to achieve higher learning outcomes” </li></ul></ul>
    4. 4. <ul><li>Developing an initiative and innovation to facilitate meaningful, evidence based change towards desirable outcomes. </li></ul>
    5. 5. bloom’s revised taxonomy Remember Understand Apply Evaluate Create
    6. 7. Focus on Personalized learning Passive Two way & Engaged Learning has little meaning Learning is meaningful Filling of a pail Lighting of a fire Teacher Driven Student empowered
    7. 8. Self-directed learning
    8. 9. Collaborative learning teamwork
    9. 10. project-based learning
    10. 11. process inquiry use the
    11. 13. authentic assessments
    12. 15. Students retain… 90% of what they learn when they teach someone else 5% of what they’ve learned from a lecture 10% of what they’ve learned from reading 20% of what they’ve learned from audio-visual presentation 30% of what they learn from a demonstration 50% of what they learn when engaged in a discussion 75% of what they learn by doing Source: NTL Institute for Applied Behavioral Science
    13. 17. energy tap into the students bring to class
    14. 18. learn with technology the way students live with technology
    15. 19. Our Students of the 21 st Century...
    16. 20. <ul><li>“ Today’s students are no longer the people our educational system was designed to teach” </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Mark Prensky </li></ul></ul>
    17. 30. student centered
    18. 31. teacher as facilitator
    19. 32. adaptive and flexible
    20. 33. creative
    21. 34. interactive
    22. 35. instant access
    23. 36. 5 Stages of Embedding ICT
    24. 37. ■ Familiarization Teachers are becoming increasingly aware of ICT, and may have attended some training, but often lack confidence and therefore reluctant to use it in their classroom teaching.
    25. 38. ■ Utilization Teachers are increasingly aware of the benefits of technology, and begin to incorporate it into teaching, often replacing former activities with ICT alternatives. This begins to have a beneficial effect on teaching and learning.
    26. 39. ■ Integration Teachers are becoming increasingly familiar with appropriate use of ICT, and can integrate it into many aspects of their ongoing teaching. Teaching and learning are becoming significantly enhanced.
    27. 40. ■ Reorientation The potential of ICT is now exploited to enable approaches which could not easily be replicated by traditional means. Teaching and learning begin to be significantly transformed.
    28. 41. ■ Evolution The creative possibilities of ICT are being fully explored. ICT is developed in response to learners’ needs. Teaching and learning are significantly transformed.
    29. 42. Our TOOLS
    30. 88. Are We Ready?