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DepEd's electronic presentation on the controversial cyber-education project (June 2007)

DepEd's electronic presentation on the controversial cyber-education project (June 2007)

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  • DepEd believes there is an efficient & effective way of providing the same high quality basic education for a large number of students in a short span of time. DepEd has no doubt about the value of the project in improving personnel training & overall management. DepEd will be able to save millions of pesos & reinvest these in other developmental programme. ICT-based education agenda Included in the 10-point cooperation contained in MOU signed on 5 June 2006 during Philippines-China Economic Forum. Also in accordance with Framework Agreement on Bilateral Economic & Trade Cooperation signed on 15 January 2007. Approved by ICC and NEDA Board in March 2007

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  • 1. REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION THE CYBER EDUCATION PROJECT JUNE 2007
  • 2. BACKGROUND: The quest for quality education for all Filipinos
      • The right to quality basic education is enshrined in the Philippine Constitution
      • The Department of Education is mandated to provide access to quality basic education for all
      • However, various factors contribute to the problems in basic education
  • 3. CHALLENGES IN EDUCATION
    • ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE
    • Low mastery levels in both Elementary and Secondary levels
    • Lowest grades are in Science and Math
    • Poor performance in international benchmark exams
  • 4. CHALLENGES IN EDUCATION
    • DROP-OUTS: HIGH RISK IN COHORT SURVIVAL
    • Only 7 out of 10 pupils entering Grade 1 will finish Grade VI
    • Only 4 will finish secondary schooling
    • Reasons for dropping out include lack of pre-school preparation, disinterest in the lessons, poverty, malnutrition and transportation problems
  • 5. CHALLENGES IN EDUCATION OUT-OF-SCHOOL YOUTH
    • FUNCTIONAL ILLITERATES - 9.16 million
    • Around 16% of the population are illiterate youths and adults
    • VS. Mobile Teachers - 800
    • VS. Alternative Learning - 0.17% Of DepEd
    • Budget
    Impossible to reach the illiterate youths and adults without the aid of electronic multi-media technology
  • 6. CYBER ED : THE BEST RESPONSE TO THE CHALLENGES OF BASIC EDUCATION Cyber Ed is the quickest and most cost-effective way of delivering the same high quality education to all learners throughout the country
  • 7. MAJOR CYBER ED PARTNER
    • Turn-key solution produced by the partnership of DepEd and Tsinghua University of China
      • Best Technology University in China (No. 17 in the world)
      • Pioneered the long-distance education platform for China
      • Manages the Chinese CERNET Backbone (320 M beneficiaries)
      • Runs E-education Project for almost 500,000 schools
      • Has cutting edge Live Interactive Class Software
      • Has extensive Courseware Development experience
  • 8. WHAT IS CYBER ED ?
    • A nationwide network that will utilize satellite technology, considered to be most effective and efficient in the world today.
    • Cyber Ed will provide 12 video channels, wireless wide-area networking, local area networking and wireless internet all in one package to the remotest area of the country .
    • A dedicated network that will eventually connect all DepEd administrative units in the country including:
      • central office
      • 17 regional offices
      • 187 division ICT offices
      • all public schools
    • IN REAL TIME
  • 9.
    • Internationally proven technology for education and distance learning
    • Wide-area network with unlimited geographical reach
    • Centrally manageable interconnection of all DepEd units
    • Pure education delivery solution independent from other systems
    • Cost-effective government to government cooperation with best interest of society as main consideration
    WHAT IS CYBER ED ?
  • 10. NETWORK CONFIGURATION
  • 11. PROJECT CONNECTIVITY
  • 12. PROJECT IMPACT CYBER ED FOR STUDENTS Improving the teaching-learning process
    • 15-20 minute live classes by excellent national master teachers to ensure accuracy of content by reducing / avoiding teacher misconceptions and textbook errors
    • courseware / supplementary materials on demand which the classroom teacher can use to further enrich the lessons during remaining time
    • Dedicated platform hosting wide variety of
    • multi-media educational content and Child-friendly Internet environment
  • 13. PROJECT IMPACT CYBER ED FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS Improving teacher training
    • Frequent In-school “Virtual” Training from certified experts
    • Unlimited access to professional development materials
    • Country-wide collaborative learning and courseware development (learning from each other)
  • 14. PROJECT IMPACT CYBER ED FOR SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS Enhancing school-based management
    • Efficient Management Information System
    • Cost-effective monitoring and internal control system
    • Empowerment and decentralization through connectivity
  • 15. EXPECTED REACH OF THE CYBER ED PROJECT Total School Beneficiaries: 37,794 Outside 1st and 2nd class cities Total schools with satellite-based facilities: 26,618 Elementary Schools: 22,855 (62%) Secondary Schools: 3,763 (77%) Additional 30% of elementary schools through clustering 90% of all public elementary and secondary schools stand to benefit from the project. Serving at least 13 MILLION students and 800 classes for OUT-OF-SCHOOL youth
  • 16. PROJECT INVESTMENT Per capita cost of the Cyber Ed Project INITIAL PROJECT INVESTMENT (Year 1) $100M Chinese ODA + GOP Counterpart = PhP5.8B CYBER ED COST PER PUPIL Php1.22 per day VS. INTERNET CAFÉ COST (unguided learning) PhP 15.00 per hour
  • 17. PROJECT INVESTMENT Summary of the cost of the Cyber Ed Project TOTAL INVESTMENT (over 5 years) PhP 26.48 billion
    • Phase 1: $100M
    • Phase 2: $200 M
    • Phase 3: $150 M
  • 18. PROJECT INVESTMENT Economic per capita cost of Cyber Ed TOTAL PROJECT INVESTMENT PhP26.48B 5-YEAR AVERAGE YEARLY COVERAGE 13.6 Million Students 5-YEAR PER STUDENT COST PER DAY 64 CENTAVOS
  • 19. IMPACT OF CYBER ED
    • Improvement in the delivery of basic education by enhancing student competence and upgrading the capabilities of teachers, schools heads and other stakeholders
    • Improvement in the quality and efficiency of management information system
    • Enhancement of school-based management and internal controls
  • 20. CONCLUSION: Impact of the CYBER ED project on public education
    • Improved student performance
    • Savings of up to PhP 60.3 billion in DepEd operations
    • New possibilities for the Philippine education sector
  • 21. “ Basic Education has the highest return on investment. We should invest in our youth.” MARAMING SALAMAT PO!