At a young age, he is a father to his 8-month old son
Elizabeth Onda 17 years old Native of Talakag, Bukidnon Hitches a ride with cargo trucks going to Cagayan de Oro City just to get to the eSkwela Center Diocillla Miole 57 years old High school drop-out Barangay health worker
The CICT shall be the primary policy, planning, coordinating, implementing, regulating, and administrative entity of the executive branch of Govt that will promote, develop, & regulate integrated & strategic ICT systems and reliable & cost-efficient communication facilities & services
CICT's ICT4E: Comprehensive Approach Yes Yes Yes Yes Tertiary Yes Yes Yes Yes ALS Yes Yes Yes Yes HS No No No Limited Elem Infrastructure Deployment Content Dev Applications Dev Educators Training
Sustainable Use of Resources/ Productivity Marks of a Successful Entrepreneur Water Pollution Wanted: Clean and Fresh Air Workers’ Rights Ideas for Income-Generating Projects Dev’t of Self and a Sense of Community Building Relationships with Others Dealing with Fear, Anger, and Frustration Ironing It Out Changing Roles Civil and Political Rights The Beautiful World of Our Native Borthers Expanding One’s World Vision The Major Religions of the World Think Globally, Act Locally How to Resolve Conflicts
Birth Joys and Pains Met with concerned LGU office re: continuous support support from LGU as dependent on incumbent leader; transition in leadership as threat to losing LGU support The role of the Local Government Units as stakeholders was secured; easier to mobilize local groups and resources Local Politics Meetings were held with DepEd-BALS and SCL (developer) to streamline the module production and review processes Schedule of delivery of the digitized modules was delayed because of several revisions that have to be made to the modules Through the Content Development workshops, ALS teachers/implementers had a greater appreciation of ICT as a tool for education Content Development Remedies Concerns Gains Areas of Concern
Vision: eSkwela 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.
tapping local communities to invest on Center set-up, management, sustainability
Technical assistance on initial set-up
Referral to the eSkwela Regional Trainers
Access to the wide network of eSkwela partners
35 modules to start; additional modules to follow (120 within 2008)
eGov Fund 2006: Rollout Preparations CICT + BALS QC SJDM CDO Cebu 6 TT 4 NA 12 CM 4 NA 12 CM 6 TT Reg10 Reg11 Reg7 Reg5 Reg4a CAR Reg3 NCR CARAGA Reg6 Reg4b Reg2 Reg1 Reg12 ARMM Reg9 Reg8
Upcoming Activities January-March 2008 Trainers’ Training (clustered) – pool of regional trainers & support November – December 2007 Regional Roadshows includes initial planning for regional roll-out November 2007 Submission of Final Project Report & eSkwela “Franchise” Manual to AEF Target Months Activities