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    • General Update: Instructional Model eSkwela Orientation and Planning Workshop 2010 06-08 January 2010 Crown Royale, Balanga, Bataan
    • Instructional Model v1 eSkwela eLearning Modules (A&E) BALS Session Guides & other materials Learning Management System Learner outputs/ portfolios + Teacher-learner Interactions + Teacher-teacher & Learner-learner Interactions (Think.com) Involvement of Learning Community + Livelihood Programs
    • Major Features – v1
      • 1 st set of 35 e-modules (SCL)
      • LMS: ATutor
      • Teacher Training:
        • Topics:
          • ICT Literacy
          • various online ICT4E tools and resources
          • ATutor
        • Target: create own LMS content
      • Site visits, FGDs, learner surveys
    • Reality – v1
      • Problem : The eSkwela Instructional Model is not being efficiently and effectively implemented.
      • Perceived Needs :
        • seamless blend of various components of the Instructional Model in the context of a project/problem-based approach – need for structure
        • enhance teacher competencies, provide models, monitor progress
        • performance indicators
          • to measure required teacher competencies?
          • to monitor and evaluate the use of the Instructional Model?
    • Enhanced Instructional Model – v2.1
      • Learner Entry:
        • Application
        • Diagnostic 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
      • Pre-Test
      • 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 Optional: Bridge Program
      • Learner Entry:
      • FLT
      • Interview
      • ILA
      eSkwela Instructional Model – v 2.1 Learner Other Learners eModules Mentors/ Experts Learning Facilitator/s Community Project (Learner Portfolio) Forum Other Resources Life Skills, Blended, Self-paced eSkwela LMS A LEARNING COMMUNITY VIA INTERNET & INTRANET Tertiary Education / College VocTech / Livelihood Courses Employment A&E exam Personal Growth
    • Major Interventions
      • Engagement of an expert practicing ICT4E consultant
      • Enhancement of model
      • Module Guide Development and Review + pilot run
      • Shift in LMS
        • Moodle
        • Future form: Personalized Learning Environment (result of SAD workshop )
    • Major Interventions
      • TNA based on NICS-Teachers
      • Re-focus of Training Design
      • National Trainers
        • tapping actual implementers
        • ToT’s collaborative effort
        • Team teach approach
        • “ manualization”
      • Imposition of selection criteria for End-User Training
      • Refresher Courses
      • ICT Camp
      • Regular M&E activities
    • Pending
      • Planned:
        • UPOU’s online course on e-learning (supposed to be funded through BALS’ budget)
        • Establishing and maintaining communities of practice
    • Training Update LF Training Core Team ICT Camp AEF Grant 36 8 38 eGov Fund 2006 378 18 eGov Fund 2007 146 31 eGov Fund 2009 54
    • End of Presentation