Eskwela ict4e expo - june 2010

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  • In September 2007, we brought together the 4 pilot sites and held the 1 st eSkwela Conference. It was during this conference that the group crafted the following vision and mission for eSkwela.

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  • 1. ICT for the Alternative Learning System Maria Melizza D. Tan, eSkwela Project Manager APEC ICT4E EXPO; 9-10 June 2010, Hilton-Mactan
  • 2. Origins
  • 3.
    • DepEd-BALS: Accreditation & Equivalency Program
    • Life skills for out-of-school youth and adults
    • Filled with challenges
    ICT 2009 figure: 11 Million + 4 M illiterates
  • 4. 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
  • 5. Customized Instructional Model Content & Apps Devt Infrastructure Deployment/ Set-up Project Components
  • 6.
    • Learner Entry (different goals) :
    • FLT
    • Interview
    • ILA
    eSkwela Instructional 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
  • 7. appropriate multimedia interactive simplified contextualized localized e-learning modules PRINT-based Life SkillsModules (paper, pdf, flat)
  • 8. Customized Instructional Model Content & Apps Devt Stakeholders’ Training Community Support for Sustainability Infrastructure Deployment/ Set-up Project Components Monitoring & Evaluation
  • 9.
    • Content Development
    • Slow take-up of the Instructional Model
    • Local Politics
    • Hardware problems
    • Internet Connection
    • Facility Maximization
    • Software Utilization
    • Others
    Exciting Start but with Birth Pains
  • 10. 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.
  • 11. 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
  • 12. Onward Journey
  • 13. Major Strategies Employed
  • 14. PROJECT options: photo essay multimedia video, recorded interview, song, radio play, brochure, blog, wiki, Google Group, ning, Facebook, YouTube, etc. Module Guides LINKS TO WEBSITES FORUM / WIKI FORUM
  • 15. Module Guide Development and Review standardized Training Workshops for Center Mgrs, Learning Facilitators, and Network Administrators M&E Workshop for designated Regional Coordinators Designation and Training of National and Regional Trainers Systematizing processes choice of Moodle as LMS Documentation of working models M&E and handholding activities; Online communications (ning)
  • 16. Additional APEC Engagement Best practices and lessons learned among eSkwela’s content development teams from partner SUCs and module reviewers from partner agencies Training on common ICT tools and open source software towards developing portfolio outputs in support of eSkwela’s ICT-supported PBL approach Incorporation of APEC ICT Net’s learning objects on the proper use of ICT into eSkwela’s ICT literacy workshops
  • 17. 31 sites; target: 105++ nationwide; local champions; M&E 822 implementers trained since 2007; pool of core trainers 113 certified eModules; target: 283 A&E + 4 eTESDA courses
  • 18.
    • LUZON
    • Laoag City, Ilocos Norte
    • San Fernando City, La Union
    • SOSCFI, Baguio City
    • PILCD, La Trinidad, Benguet
    • Alaminos City, Pangasinan
    • City of San Jose del Monte (piilot)
    • Roces Avenue, Quezon City (pilot)
    • Bgy Loyola Heights, Quezon City
    • Holy Trinity Parish, Quezon City
    • Kalumpang, Marikina City
    • St. Andrew’s School, Paranaque
    • Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro
    • Boac, Marinduque
    • San Fernando, Camarines Sur
    • Sorsogon City
    • Bitan-o, Sorsogon City
    • Donsol, Sorsogon
    • Banuyo, Sorsogon
    •  
    • VISAYAS
    • Cebu City (pilot)
    • La Carlota City, Negros Occidental
    • Ormoc City
    • Tanauan, Leyte
    •  
    • MINDANAO
    • Cagayan de Oro City (pilot)
    • NCC-FOO, Zamboanga City
    • Siay, Zamboanga Sibugay
    • Pagadian City, Zamboanga del Sur
    • Oroquieta City, Misamis Occidental
    • Davao City
    • Digos City, Davao del Sur
    • Asuncion, Davao del Norte
    • Sultan Kudarat  
  • 19. S Y N E R G Y
  • 20. eSkwela Expenses: AEF & eGov Fund 2006/2007 Total: P88.33 M (USD 1.89M)
  • 21. a beacon of hope... ~ served over 2,500 learners since 2007
  • 22. A&E Test Performance eSkwela Average National Average Feb 2008 (4 sites) 57% 29% Oct 2008 (5 sites) 65% 23% Oct 2009 (partial: 8 sites) 50% 21%
  • 23. Observations
    • ICT as an enabler and 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 work, more facilitative, more open to explore and innovate
  • 24. Challenges
    • Resistance and apprehension to changes in roles and strategies
    • Focus on A&E Test rather than life skills
    • Politics & turf issues vis-à-vis stakeholder engagement
    • Connectivity concerns
    • Changes take time
      • always consider maturity models and handholding mechanisms
  • 25. Moving Forward BALS
  • 26.
    • “ There are still regrets over all the wasted time. But over all, there is only hope – and fondness for what eSkwela helped me achieve.
    • … all of us have gone through a lot in life, [but] no matter what our ages are, we do not discriminate against one another. We are all learners, same as everybody else.
    • And we do not let small things affect us anymore, because we all have a goal in sight: we all want to make our lives better. Because it is slammed doors no longer with a high school diploma in hand.”
    • - Fe Corpuz, 40
    • left school at Grade 6 after an inborn physical disability;
    • eSkwela-SJDM graduate, 8 th among SJDM A&E Test takers
  • 27. End of Presentation [email_address] http://alseskwela.ning.com http://eskwela.wikispaces.com