Modern aims of education in the philippines

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  • hellow sir, can I borrow your presentation for my report in our masteral class I really appreciate your presentation i's very informative :D
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  • Hi Alvin, its surprising that there is no mention on initiatives for advancements in infrastructure? Upgrades for a better public school campus? Can you share info about this if there is such thing?
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  • 1. Modern Aims of Education By: Alvin C. Dionson In Philippin es th e
  • 2. Modern Aims of Education Aims of modern Education? implies is
  • 3. What do we mean by progressive or modern education? From the dictionary definition: progressive education means of, relating to, or influenced by a theory of education characterized by emphasis on the individual needs and capacities of each child and informality of curriculum. Modern: of, or pertaining to recent times, or to the present; not ancient.
  • 4. What is the purpose and aim of a modern education? Or, put more simply, why do people go to school? It seems to be a common attitude that the highest good of education is to become successfully and lucratively employed. Young children no doubt attend to their studies in part due to compulsion, but what of the majority of young adults who sacrifice time, money, and other pursuits to attend the educational institution of their choice.
  • 5. Should be to focus on individual as well as social aim development of an individual - physically, mentally and spiritually is well known aim of education with emphasis on social transformation aiming at reconstructing society to make it modernized, productive, participative, and value oriented nation committed to its constitutional obligations. Developing physical and mental faculties. Acquiring the capacities of understanding, appreciation and expression through word and act as well as to make children confident and self-dependent. The aims of modern education
  • 6. The era of globalization has placed extreme pressure on our government to produce highly specialized and technical personnel in a relatively short period of time. Given the rapid changes and developments in the field of information technology and emergence of knowledge-based society, the Philippines has to reorient the thrust of its educational system to meet the growing needs and demands of a highly competitive world market. The aims of modern education
  • 7. Given the scarce resources of the national government , there is a need to be more cost effective and innovative in our approach to finance school modernization program The aims of modern education
  • 8. a.) Provide broad framework for the institutionalization of a comprehensive and sustainable modernization program for the public school. The school modernization and innovation bills aims to: b.) Encourage the school to become more innovative and resourceful in developing and implementing programs geared towards modernization. c.) Develop mechanisms that will define the roles and responsibilities of the officials from the regional, division down to the school levels in the implementation of the school modernization program. d.) Provide mechanism on how the private sector can participate the program. e.) Define regional and school modernization plans responsive to the needs of the students in the area.
  • 9. The bill also seeks to establish school modernization and innovation trust fund which will augment the regular appropriations that will provide under the annual General Appropriation Act to finance the priority program for school modernization and improvement of the public elementary and secondary schools. The school modernization and innovation bills aims to:
  • 10. a.) Computerization of public elementary and high schools. Components b.) Upgrading of Libraries in public elementary and secondary schools. c.) Promotion of an integrated distance-learning program. d.) Upgrading of Science Laboratories.
  • 11. The members of the private sector are hereby encouraged to provide technical and/or financial support to the schools as they pursue their modernization plan. The private corporations, foundations, business groups or individuals who shall provide support to modernization programs shall be allowed to deduct from their gross income one hundred percent(100%) of the expenses directly used to finance the implementation of the program is the schools. Private sector participation
  • 12. The K to 12 program covers kindergarten and 12 years of basic education(six years of primary education, four years of Junior High School and 2 years of Senior High School). THE K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION PROGRAM
  • 13. • President Aquino says K to 12 program aims to advance competencies of Filipino graduates THE K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION PROGRAM
  • 14. 1. Philippine education standards to be at par with international standards 2. More emotionally mature graduates equipped with technical and/ or vocational skills who are better prepared for work, middle level skills development and higher education 3. Significantly addressed shortages or gaps in educational inputs (teacher items, school head items, classrooms, instructional materials) addressed significantly 4. Broadened and strengthened stakeholders’ support in the improvement of basic education outcomes 5. Improved internal efficiency 6. Improved system of governance in the Department 7. Improved quality of teachers Outcome Goals of the K to 12 Basic Education Program
  • 15. 1. Decongest and reform the basic education curriculum in coordination with CHED, TESDA and other education stakeholders 2. Develop culture-sensitive, culture-responsive and developmentally appropriate print/non-print online learning resources for K to 12 3. Conduct in-service training for teachers relative to the implementation of the K to 12 curriculum 4. Focus on integrated instruction to equip learners with skills for future employment , critical and creative thinking and life skills 5. Universalize kindergarten by 2012 6. Institutionalize school-based management for school empowerment Process Goals of the K to 12 Basic Education Program
  • 16. 7. Institute reform in assessment framework and practice for a learner-centered basic education 8. Address basic input shortages in classrooms, teachers, textbooks 9. Promote good education governance in the entire Department of Education 10. Pursue legislation to institutionalize K to 12 Basic Education Program 11. Formulate transition management plan for the K to 12 implementation by including modeling per region per specialization 12. Identify K to 12 model schools per region and per specialization tracks that will model senior high school by SY 2012-2013. Process Goals of the K to 12 Basic Education Program
  • 17. the K to 12 graduate
  • 18. The K to 12 graduate is equipped with the following 21st century skills: 1) Information, media and technology skills 2) Learning and innovation skills 3) Effective communication skills 4) Effective communication skills 5) Life and career skills
  • 19. END