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eSkwela Report - SSM - July 2008

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  • Which brings us to the eSkwela

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Funding & Focus Areas
  • 3. UNESCO Citation
    • Certificate of Commendation (Non-Formal Educator Category) from the 2007-2008 UNESCO ICT in Education Innovation Awards
  • 4.  
  • 5.  
  • 6. Phase 1: AEF Grant
  • 7. STATUS (as of November 2007 – end of AEF Grant) Exciting start but with birth pains
  • 8. STATUS
    • Feb. 2008: Terminal Report
    • Remaining balance: Php1,035,470.35 ($25,886.76 @ $1:P40)
      • termination of SCL
    • New funding: $ 50,000
      • Content Development Conference & ICT Camp
    • Highlighted during the International Conference on AEF-Funded Projects 2008
      • AEF: for dissolution
  • 9. STATUS Site eSkwela Learners Registered to take the A&E exam Actual A&E exam takers A&E exam passers %age of passers/ takers %age of takers / total learners %age of passers/ total learners QC 183 120 116 69 59.48% 63.39% 37.70% SJDM 120 106 90 25 27.78% 75.00% 20.83% Cebu 100 95 71 52 73.24% 71.00% 52.00% CDO 160 85 79 58 73.42% 49.38% 36.25% TOTALS 563 406 356 204 57.30% 63.23% 36.23%
  • 10. Phase 2: eGov Fund 2006
  • 11. What we want
    • 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. eGov Fund 2006: Rollout Preparations CICT + BALS Promoting community-led and -owned initiatives 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
  • 13. eGov Fund 2006 – P30 Million Major Partners: DepEd-BALS, 4 sites, TESDA, SUCs
  • 14. CONTENT DEVELOPMENT
    • Reviewed process and standards
    • Expert consultant: Dr. Lloyd Espiritu & team
    • 4 SUC partners (BSU, CvSU, WVCST, BukSU)
    • BALS, TESDA, SUC development teams trained on ID, Storyboard/Screen Design/Script, Interactive Flash 1 & 2 – 151 participants
    Turnover of print materials to be converted Storyboard and Script (SS) Production SS Review Alpha Production Alpha review (reviewers) Beta Production Beta Review (learners) Beta Review (reviewers) Final revision Certification by partner agency Reproduction Distribution and LMS incorporation
  • 15. CONTENT DEVELOPMENT
    • STATUS:
      • ALS (120)
        • cycle 1: 12 done with Beta Review – for certification
        • cycle 2: 28 for Alpha Review this week
        • cycle 3: 40 for SS Review this week
        • Delays: learning curve, scheduling concerns
        • Target release of entire set (120): Dec 2008
      • TESDA (65)
        • 4 courses: Airconditioning, HVAC, Bartending, Horticulture
        • cycle 1: 7 done with Beta Review + 1 delayed
        • cycle 2: 20 done with SS Review + 2 delayed
        • Delay caused by problem with print materials of TESDA
        • Target release of entire set (65): Jan 2009
        • Need to discuss implementation details with TESDA
  • 16. REGIONAL ROADSHOWS
    • Nov 2007-Jan 2008
      • Average # of participants: 42 (mostly from DepEd)
      • Focus: community-led initiative
      • Major concerns: sponsor for infra (or tie-up for existing infra) + sustainability
      • Targets:
        • 1 model eSkwela site/region
        • Core of regional trainers
        • Look for partners/ tie-ups
        • Need for template documents
        • Present to DepEd ManComm & Leagues of LGU officials for advocacy and support
  • 17. REGIONAL ROADSHOWS
    • What’s next?
      • Partnership Documents (products of Writeshop)
        • Readiness Assessment Form
        • MOU/MOA template
        • Template for Local Ordinance/Resolution in support of ALS
        • Grant Proposal template
        • Franchise Manual
      • Roadshows #2
      • Tie-up with Regional ALs and SUC partners for regional rollout
  • 18. TRAINERS’ TRAINING
    • 3 areas:
      • Center Management
      • Teacher Training
      • Network Admin/Lab Mgt
    • Challenges:
      • Coordination
      • Selection criteria not followed
    • What’s next?
      • Review and enhancement of training designs (esp. Ctr Mgt course: to be aligned with CICT’s NCS-CeC Mgrs & Philippine CeC Academy CM course)
      • More stringent selection criteria to be imposed
      • Skills enhancement for selected Regional Trainers (BTMC, ICT4E and the use of the eSkwela LMS, etc.)
  • 19. Venue/ SUC partner # of regions targeted actual * % participation Center Mgt Luzon 8 106 102 96.23%   VisMin 9 113 88 77.88% SUBTOTALS     219 190 86.76% # of pax/region 6         Teacher Training Northern Luzon 4 24 24 100.00%   Southern Luzon 4 24 19 79.17%   Visayas 4 24 23 95.83%   Mindanao 5 30 24 80.00% SUBTOTALS     102 90 88.24% # of pax/region 4         Network Admin Northern Luzon 4 16 17 106.25%   Southern Luzon 4 16 17 106.25%   Visayas 4 16 16 100.00%   Mindanao 5 20 20 100.00% SUBTOTALS     68 70 102.94% TOTALS     389 350 89.97%
  • 20. TOTAL: 29,929,702.55
  • 21. Phase 3: eGov Fund 2007
  • 22. eGov Fund 2007 – P30 Million Jan 2008 - March 2009 Major Partners: DepEd-BALS, Regional & Division ALS, 4 sites, AEF, SUCs, TEIs, eSkills Network, various LGUs/NGOs
  • 23. SITE COORDINATION, M&E
    • Rollout Mechanism
    Contact CICT eSkwela Project Team Download, fill up, and submit RAF & Letter of Intent (multi-stakeholder) CICT assesses RAF & communicates with pointperson Site Inspection & Social Mobilization Operations & Sustainability Draft legal documents personnel selection + competency check Personnel Training (CM, TT, NA), if needed Formation of Steering Committee, meeting on partnership parameters Infrastructure set-up Learner Enrollment Process Personnel prepare the LMS & the center Launch Monitoring & Evaluation (Steering Committee, CICT, BALS)
  • 24. SITE COORDINATION, M&E
    • tapping local communities to invest on Center set-up, management, sustainability
      • Use of CeCs, internet cafés, school labs, extension programs
    • CICT Assistance
      • Partnership Documents
      • Technical assistance on initial set-up – c/o trained NetAdmins
      • Referrals to Regional Trainers and wide network of eSkwela partners
      • 35 modules to start; additional modules to follow (180 life skills + a number of livelihood courses within 2008/early 2009)
      • eSkwela LMS & PMEIS
    • Workshops with Core Team – collaboration and validation
    • need SUC partners for regional rollouts + M&E
  • 25. Interested Stakeholders as of July 2008
    • La Union (NGO, c/o Timothy Warden)
    • Save the Children Foundation (Baguio/Benguet)
    • People's Initiative for Learning and Community Development (Baguio City)
    • Baco, Mindoro Oriental
    • Education Network (E-Net)
    • Makati City
    • Muntinlupa NGO
    • Imus Internet Cafe Association
    • Region IV-A
    • Region V (Libon, Albay; Camarines Norte; Naga City)
    • Tanauan, Leyte
    • Ormoc (operational)
    • Internet Cafe Association, Cebu City
    • Zamboanga City (CICT’s CeC Program)
    • Pagadian City (c/o Rep. Ceriles)
    • Marawi City
    • ARMM (1 per province)
    • Cagayan de Oro City (Bgys. Consolacion, Makabalan, Bugo) – Cong. Rufus Rodriguez
    • CDO – iSchools (via Division Supt.)
    • Malaybalay City & Valencia City, Bukidnon
    • TELOF Region X (6 satellites)
    • Davao del Norte
    • Gawad Kalinga
  • 26. SITE COORDINATION, M&E Sub-Component Status Next Steps Site Expansion
    • Regular coordination/ communication being done
    • Social mobilization & site inspection
    • Partnership documents posted
    • Franchise Manual – being reviewed
    • Finalize and formalize SUC partnership for regional rollout mechanism
    • ALS Regional Leads
    • Enhance Franchise Manual
    • Roadshow # 2 / eSkwela Summit
    M&E
    • Awaiting working version of iSchools PMEIS
    • Finalizing indicators & instruments on various aspects (set-up, operations, ICT4E, sustainability)
    • Informal site visits
    • Validation workshop for M&E indicators & tools
    • Finalize and formalize SUC partnership
    • Site visits for official M&E activities
    • eSkwela Conference (2009)
  • 27. SITE COORDINATION, M&E Sub-Component Status Next Steps Marketing Program
    • Brainstorming on collaterals needed
    • Communications Person hired
    • Direct and indirect advocacy activities
    • Determine design & content requirements for eSkwela Portal (to include online PMEIS and LMS) and other collaterals
    • Bid documents
    • Enhance current eSkwela wikispace
    Communications Plan
    • Googlegroups
    • Site reports during workshops and conferences
    • Got agreement of BALS for collaboration
    • Establish procedures for internal communications
    • Finalize reporting tools/ instruments (w/ BALS)
    • Incorporate into PMEIS
  • 28. CONTENT DEVELOPMENT
    • STATUS: ALS (60)
      • Capability building: done
        • 74 participants (SUCs + BALS)
      • cycle 1: 9 done with SS Review
      • Target release of entire set (60): March 2009
    • eSkills Network tie-up
    • What’s Next?
      • Staggered distribution of modules to sites
      • Potential content development for ALS-livelihood modules (cottage industries, reflexology, culinary arts, etc.)
      • Content Development Conference – Oct. 2008 (AEF Grant # 2a)
      • Major eSkwela Content launch (possibly during eSkwela Conference 2009)
  • 29. Capability Building (CTTEP)
    • STATUS:
      • Informal M&E on actual use of eSkwela Instructional Model in 4 sites
      • Research on appropriate ICT4E framework and indicators for eSkwela
      • Enhanced eSkwela Instructional Model
      • Presentation of LMS v.2 by DLSU thesis group – need for further enhancement
  • 30. Enhanced Instructional Model
    • Learner Entry:
    • Application
    • Functional Literacy Test & Interview
    • Personal Objectives
    • Placement + Learning Plan/ Agreement
    Tertiary Education / College VocTech / Livelihood Courses A LEARNING COMMUNITY VIA INTERNET & INTRANET NTERNET & INTRANET
    • Learning Management System
    • Module Guides
      • Learning Objectives
      • E-Learning modules
      • Activities
    • Tools for Communication, Interaction, Collaboration
    • Regular Assessment/ Evaluation
      • Quantitative and qualitative (rubrics, checklist)
      • Learner Work/Portfolio, User-Generated Content = demonstration of life skills
    • Enrichment (& Remedial)
    Facilitation of Learning Experiential/PBL/Constructivist/Authentic learning, flexible/self-paced, blended (use of ICT) “ Homeroom Moderator” (coordinator) and a Network of Mobile Teachers / Instructional Managers / Tutors Network of Online or Community Mentors and Experts (OPTIONAL: for authentic learning) Learners Learners Employment A&E exam Personal Growth
  • 31. Capability Building (CTTEP)
    • What’s Next?
      • Research on ICT for ALS – continuous
      • ICT for ALS Consultant
      • ICT for ALS immersion programs for eSkwela-CTTEP team and ALS implementers – August to September 2008
      • eSkwela Module Guides Development - Initial Workshop – October 2008
      • Enhancement of current eSkwela LMS
      • ICT Camp, to be piloted in November 2008, to develop model ICT-based Student Portfolio outputs (AEF Grant # 2b)
  • 32. Capability Building (CTTEP)
    • What’s Next?
      • Empower selected Regional Trainers as first recipients of additional ICT for ALS trainings
      • Inclusion in SUC partnership agreement
      • Proposed training modules:
        • Refresher Course for current sites
        • Workshop on ICT-enhanced Problem-based and Project-based Learning, Performance-based Assessment
        • Training Workshop on Conducting Effective eSkwela Sessions: Optimizing the Use of the Internet and the Learning Management System towards a Self-paced, Blended Learning Approach – modeling of e-learning for ALS implementers
        • A Look into Distance Education for ALS
  • 33. Other Matters
  • 34. Remaining eGov Fund 2007 Expenditures
    • SUC Partnership Agreements for Roll-out, Training, and M&E
    • Additional Content Development sub-projects
    • Major events – via EMPs and TMPs
    • Site Coordination & M&E activities (travel/per diems)
    • For bidding:
      • PMO equipment
      • Marketing Collaterals
      • Reproduction of Franchise Manual
      • Applications Development (eSkwela Portal, PMEIS, LMS)
      • Online A&E exam (year-round)
  • 35. End of Presentation eSkwela Project Team mel • jops • ave • maui • roland • dyan • carl • jane • amy • eiya