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  • Do your introductions here Recognize all participants by groups/mention the names of higher-ups Thank the host/organizers
  • need for teachers to be trained and to shift paradigms go back to what learning is all about! Constructivism: learning = meaning is constructed from prior knowledge + experience with the environment active, personal inquiry and interpretation collaborative for multiple perspectives learning is authentic = situated in realistic settings, collaborative testing/ assessment = integrated with the task and not a separate activity teacher assists ICT4E allow multi-channel learning (different learning styles, tailored to individual needs and pacing) are motivating and engaging (authentic, multi-disciplinary, multi-sensorial, enjoyable) bring abstract concepts to life (via images, sounds movements, animations, simulations) foster inquiry and exploration in cost-effective & safe ways (bringing the world into the classroom) provide efficiency
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    • 1. ICTs for the Alternative Learning System eSkwela Orientation and Planning Workshop 04-06 January 2010 Crown Royale Hotel, Balanga, Bataan
    • 2.
      • DepEd-BALS: Accreditation & Equivalency Program
      • Life skills for out-of-school youth and adults
      • Filled with challenges
      I CT 2009 figure: 11 Million + 4 M illiterates
    • 3. ICT4E Findings
    • 4. ICTs in 21 st Education research c r e a t e explore socialize visualize communicate publish discuss collaborate comment YM forum google email blogspot facebook flickr twitter jobstreet google earth friendster google docs presentation document spreadsheet SMS wiki
    • 5.  
    • 6. Project Objectives
      • To support the efforts of DepEd to integrate ICT in the teaching and learning process
      • To help BALS broaden access to basic education
      • To help BALS produce and use interactive multimedia learning materials for out-of-school youth and adults, with particular focus on the development of life skills
      • To reduce the digital divide by providing disadvantaged youth and adults with access to ICT
    • 7. Customized Instructional Model (CICT & BALS) Content & Apps Devt Stakeholders’ Training (CICT, BALS, community) Community Support for Sustainability Infrastructure Deployment/ Set-up (community) Project Components Monitoring & Evaluation (CICT & BALS)
    • 8.
      • Learner Entry (different goals) :
      • FLT
      • Interview
      • ILA
      eSkwela Model Learner Other Learners eModules Mentors/ Experts Learning Facilitator/s Community Project (Learner Portfolio) Forum Other Resources Life Skills, Blended , Self-paced, Localized eSkwela Module Guides via LMS A LEARNING COMMUNITY VIA INTERNET & INTRANET Tertiary Education / College VocTech / Livelihood Courses Employment A&E Test Personal Growth
    • 9. PROJECT options: photo essay multimedia video, recorded interview, song, radio play, brochure, blog, wiki, Google Group, ning, Facebook, YouTube, etc. LINKS TO WEBSITES FORUM / WIKI FORUM
    • 10. Origins
    • 11. Quezon City Feb 2007 San Jose del Monte Feb 2007 Cebu City May 2007 Cagayan de Oro City Apr 2007
    • 12.
      • Content Development
      • Local Politics
      • Hardware problems
      • Internet Connection
      • Facility Maximization
      • Software Utilization
      • ICT-based Delivery Mode
      • Others
      Exciting Start but with Birth Pains
    • 13. Strategic Planning Output 1 st eSkwela Conference
      • Vision: The eSkwela Program will be widely available across the Philippines to empower out-of-school youth and adults to be globally competitive through the effective use of ICTs in alternative learning.
      • Mission Statement: In partnership with various groups, eSkwela provides out-of-school youth and adults with opportunities towards attaining basic education competence and life skills through the use of an ICT-enabled environment.
    • 14. 1 st eSkwela Conference
      • Desired Major Output: an operationalized and replicable eSkwela model
      • Targets by 2010:
        • extensive acceptance and support for eSkwela nationwide
        • be leading/automatic choice for ICT-based ALS and livelihood programs
        • primary model for ICT integration in education
        • physical and virtual eSkwela Centers that are well-managed, sustainable, and replicable
    • 15. Onward Journey
    • 16. Major Strategies Employed
    • 17. eGov Fund: Rollout CICT + BALS Promoting community-led and -owned initiatives QC SJDM CDO Cebu TT NA CM NA CM LF Reg10 Reg11 Reg7 Reg5 Reg4a CAR Reg3 NCR CARAGA Reg6 Reg4b Reg2 Reg1 Reg12 ARMM Reg9 Reg8
    • 18. eSkwela Core Team Content Development Social Mobilization, Roadshows, Conferences
    • 19. Site Visits Training Workshops Monitoring and Evaluation Activities
    • 20. Module Guide Development and Review Advocacy for Site Expansion Consultative Workshops
    • 21. ICT Camp Content Development Conference eSkwela Planning Workshops and Conferences
    • 22. a beacon of hope... ~ served 2,500 learners since 2007
    • 23. 22 sites; target: 220++ nationwide; local champions; M&E 640 implementers trained since 2007; pool of core trainers 92 certified eModules; target: 280 A&E + 4 eTESDA courses
    • 24. Initial Assessment
      • ICT as an equalizer
      • More relevant and optimal use of existing ICT facilities
      • Easier implementation of self-paced approach
      • Learners: learning = fun, more engaged, more creative
      • Learning Facilitators: more facilitative, more open to explore and innovate
      • Increased community involvement
    • 25. A&E Test Performance eSkwela Average National Average Feb 2008 (4 sites) 57% 29% Oct 2008 (5 sites) 65% 23%
    • 26. Moving Forward BALS
    • 27. 2010
      • eSkwela Instructional Model
        • 280 Module packages + 4 eTESDA courses
        • eSkwela Systems (Personalized Learning Environment system, M&E systems, etc.)
      • eSkwela expansion plans
        • 50 potential sites actively pursued
        • BALS: 189 divisions + 35 school-based
      • Capability Building: Coords, Trainers, CM, LF, NA
      • Monitoring & Evaluation
      • Manualization Efforts
      • Project close-out by 2nd sem 2010
    • 28. A Work in Progress
      • Use of CeCs, school laboratories/ iSchools, internet cafés
      • Online communities and personalized portfolios
      • Distance education pilot
      • Online, enhanced A&E Test
      • m-learning
      • Institutionalization by DepEd
    • 29. eSkwela Expenses: AEF & eGov Fund 2006/2007 Total: P72.5 M
    • 30. End of Presentation [email_address] http://eskwela.wikispaces.com