The Teaching Profession - Linkages & Networking with Organizations


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The Teaching Profession - Linkages & Networking with Organizations

  1. 1. “We cannot live for ourselves alone. Our lives are connected by a thousand invisible threads, and along these sympathetic fibers, our actions run as causes to us as results.”
  2. 2. The school can enjoy linkages and networking activities with international, national and local organizations in the community for mutual benefits and assistance needed.
  3. 3. Linkage and networking are different in the degree of commitment by the partners. In linkage, the relationship between partner organizations is quite loose, while in networking, it is much stronger, usually because the groups and agencies have common objectives and beneficiaries. Networking is basically extending the outreach of the resources in different ways so as to increase the effectiveness of the program.
  4. 4. Intends to serve members of both sides according to their respective needs, interest, and objectives Create bonds together to solicit support and assistance for purposeful activities
  5. 5. A. Pi Lambda Theta B. INNOTECH C. World Council for Curriculum and Instruction (WCCI) D. ASCD
  6. 6. It is established between universities and colleges offering identical degrees in which cross-enrolment for subjects needed for graduation is allowed It is also a joint researches that could be conducted by two or three universities depending on their field of expertise
  7. 7. A network compose of several institution (consortium) of several colleges of different universities that binds together for a common goal. Work together to attain common objectives, undertake innovative practices and update members regarding breakthrough in different disciplines.
  8. 8. 1. Consortium Among Universities and Colleges 2. With Subject Specialist BIOTA MATHED The Physics Teachers Association The Chemistry teachers Association
  9. 9. 3. Teacher Educational Institution a. The Philippine Association for Teacher Education (PAFTE) b. State Universities and Colleges Teacher Educators’ Association (SUCTEA) 4. National Organization a. Federation of Accrediting Association of the Philippines (FAAP) b. The Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA) c. Association for Accrediting Colleges and Universities of the Philippines (AACUP)
  10. 10. 2. Metrobank Foundation, Inc. 4. Ayala Foundation, Inc. (AFI) 5. GMA Foundation 6. SM Foundation, Inc. 7. Foundation for Upgrading Standard Education (FUSE) 8. Philippine Foundation for Science and Technology (PFST) 9. Book for the Barrio and Asia Foundation 10. Bato Balani Foundation 11. Philippine Business for Education (PBeD) 3. Network of Outstanding Teachers and Educators (NOTED) 1. Educational Research and Development Assistance Foundation, Inc.
  11. 11. 1. Literacy Coordinating Council (LCC) Train trainor who handle literacy training courses among the youth 2. The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) Supports undergraduate and graduate scholarship programs in science and mathematics in the Regional Science Teaching Centers 3. The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Organizes Technical Panels for all profession and benchmark the curricula of all degree with international standards 4. The Teacher Education Council (TEC) Focuses on teacher education policies and standards
  12. 12. 1. ABS-CBN and GMA 2. Government and Private Channels
  13. 13. 3. Historic & Cultural Event 4. Publications & Prints 5. Projected Materials
  14. 14. BILBAO, P.P.,ET.AL, 2012 “As a professional teacher, you are able to give better service to your students and to other education stakeholders in the community if you are connected to a network of possible sources of educational assistance”