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  • The school and its community, in collaboration with public and private organization are indeed inseparable if they are to create an impact on the lives of the students and members of the community they are committed to serve.
  • Ed10 Linkages and Networking

    1. 1. 5/9/2014 Presenter: POLL CHRISTIAN REBAMUNTAN
    2. 2. 5/9/2014 Presenter: POLL CHRISTIAN REBAMUNTAN
    3. 3. LINKAGES 5/9/2014 Presenter: POLL CHRISTIAN REBAMUNTAN LINKAGES
    4. 4. International linkages 5/9/2014 Presenter: POLL CHRISTIAN REBAMUNTAN International linkages
    5. 5.  An international honor society and professional association of women educators. Established in the country more than 3 decades ago, its main project is ETP (Excellence in Teaching Project) started in 1997 in coordination with metrobank foundation.  It supports 15 third year BSE/ BEE students until they graduate. It also honors outstanding student teachers from Colleges of Education.5/9/2014 Presenter: POLL CHRISTIAN REBAMUNTAN
    6. 6.  Is the center for training educational leaders from southeast region under the SEAMEO organization. It conducts training to upgrade the competencies of teacher from the region in all disciplines. 5/9/2014 Presenter: POLL CHRISTIAN REBAMUNTAN
    7. 7. World Council for Curriculum and Instruction (WCCI) • It holds conferences in different member countries annually  which is participated in by members of the local chapter • It promotes that educators have a responsibility to  ensure that education contributes to the promotion of equity,  peace, and the universal realization of human rights. 5/9/2014 Presenter: POLL CHRISTIAN REBAMUNTAN
    8. 8.  Association for supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD)  Founded in 1943, an educational leadership organization dedicated to advancing best practices and policies for the success of each learner.  It is a nonprofit, nonpartisan membership association that provides expert and innovative solutions in professional development, capacity building, and educational leadership essential to the way educators learn, teach and lead. 5/9/2014 Presenter: POLL CHRISTIAN REBAMUNTAN
    9. 9. 2. National and Local Linkages  established between universities and colleges offering identical degrees. Cross-enrollment for subjects needed for graduation is allowed.  Joint researches could be conducted by two or three universities depending on their respective expertise. 5/9/2014 Presenter: POLL CHRISTIAN REBAMUNTAN
    10. 10. NETWORKING 5/9/2014 Presenter: POLL CHRISTIAN REBAMUNTAN
    11. 11. 1. Networking with Professional Organizations  A network is a grid/ web whose members actively demonstrate how they can work together to attain common objectives. Such network composed of several institutions are also termed as consortium wherein several colleges of different universities bind themselves for a common goal. 5/9/2014 Presenter: POLL CHRISTIAN REBAMUNTAN
    12. 12. a. Consortium among Universities and Colleges  Taft Consortium  St. Paul Universities (Manila), St. Scholasticas College, Philippine Normal University, Philippine Christian Universities and De La Salle university makes up this consortium.  The Mendiola Consortium  San Beda College, Centro Escolar University, San Sebastian College and Holy Spirit College. 5/9/2014 Presenter: POLL CHRISTIAN REBAMUNTAN
    13. 13. b. With Subject Specialist  BIOTA  MATHED  The Physics Teachers Association  The Chemistry Teachers Association 5/9/2014 Presenter: POLL CHRISTIAN REBAMUNTAN
    14. 14. c. Teacher Education Institutions  Philippine Association for Teacher Education (PAFTE)  Sate Universities and Colleges Teacher Educators’ Association (SUCTEA) 5/9/2014 Presenter: POLL CHRISTIAN REBAMUNTAN
    15. 15. d. National Organization  Federation of Accrediting Association of the Philippines (FAAP)  Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA)  Philippine Accrediting Agency for Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU)  Association for Accrediting Colleges and Universities of the Philippines (AACUP) 5/9/2014 Presenter: POLL CHRISTIAN REBAMUNTAN
    16. 16. 2. Networking with Foundations  Educational Research and Development Assistance (ERDA)  Metrobank Foundation  Network of outstanding Teachers and Educators (NOTED)  Ayala Foundation Inc. (AFI)  GMA Foundation 5/9/2014 Presenter: POLL CHRISTIAN REBAMUNTAN
    17. 17. 2. Networking with Foundations  SM Foundation  Foundation for Upgrading Standards in Education (FUSE)  Philippine Fondation for Science and Technology (PFST)  Books for the Barrio and Asia Foundation  Bato Balani Foundation  Philippine Business Education (PBEd) 5/9/2014 Presenter: POLL CHRISTIAN REBAMUNTAN
    18. 18. 4. Networking with Government Offices  Literacy Coordinating Council (LCC)  Department of Science and Technology (DOST)  Commission on Higher Education (CHED)  Teacher Education Council (TEC) 5/9/2014 Presenter: POLL CHRISTIAN REBAMUNTAN
    19. 19. 5. Networking with Media  Broadcasts ABS- CBN and GMA Foundations  Government and Private Channels  Historic and Cultural Events and Celebration  Publication and Prints  Projected Materials 5/9/2014 Presenter: POLL CHRISTIAN REBAMUNTAN

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