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  • Issues and Prospects in ICT in Education in Continuing Teacher Professional Development

    1. 1. Issues and Prospects in ICT in Education in Continuing Teacher Professional Education Yvonne Garcia Flores Intel Technology Philippines
    2. 2. Objectives of the Presentation <ul><li>Share “ground reality” issues on implementing ICT in Education and link them to the “ICT Framework” </li></ul><ul><li>Discuss prospects on ICT in Education in Continuing Teacher Professional Development </li></ul>
    3. 3. Agenda <ul><li>Impact Evaluation Results of Intel Teach to the Future </li></ul><ul><li>Prospects of ICT in Education in Continuing Teacher Professional Education </li></ul>
    4. 4. Intel Teach Impact Survey - Philippines
    5. 5. PROFILE OF RESPONDENTS
    6. 6. Respondents <ul><li>1,271 Intel –trained teachers </li></ul>259 School-based Trainees Surveyed 122 School-based Trainees - FGD Respondents 8 No. of Schools Observed 145 Master Teachers - FGD Respondents 745 Master Teachers Surveyed
    7. 7. Gender <ul><li>Male – 31.3% </li></ul><ul><li>Female – 67.2% </li></ul>
    8. 8. Age Percentage Age 2.5% 55 and above 4.2% 50 to 54 8.5% 45 to 49 17.0% 40 to 44 21.5% 35 to 39 27.7% 30 to 34
    9. 9. Educational Attainment Percentage Educational Attainment 1.4% Doctoral degree 4.5% Some units leading to a doctoral degree 11.8% Master’s degree 20.1% College 59.8% Some units leading to a master’s degree
    10. 10. Years in Teaching 7.6% 20 to 24 Percentage Years in Teaching 5.8% 25 and above 12.8% Less than 5 13.6% 15 to 19 24.7% 10 to 14 32.8% 5 to 9
    11. 11. <ul><li>Confidence in using technology (computer literacy) </li></ul><ul><li>Confidence in integrating technology </li></ul>
    12. 12. Use of Computers and Technology Integration Prior to Training
    13. 13. Have you had access to a computer prior to attending the training? <ul><li>Yes – 75.1% </li></ul><ul><li>No – 22.8% </li></ul>
    14. 14. How often do you use a computer? (for those who had access to a computer prior to training) 10.3 5 to 6 times a week 18.2 3 to 4 times a week 21.2 Once or twice a week 22.0 Everyday 26.7 Less than once a week
    15. 15. How prepared do you think you were in integrating technology into the grade or subject you were teaching? (prior to the training) Percentage Scale 7.8 Not at All 18.7 Somewhat 37.1 Moderately 23.7 Well 8.6 Very Well
    16. 16. What type of technology-integrated outputs have you been using in your class? (prior to the training) 19.1 Spreadsheets 23.6 PowerPoint Presentations 31.2 Newsletter, brochures and other publications prepared using word processing or desktop publishing software 46.1 Information sheets, handouts, flyers prepared using word processing or desktop publishing software 2.7 Web pages, web sites 21.0 Video Percentage Output 15.9 Audio 22.6 None
    17. 17. How would you rate your competencies on the following prior to the training? <ul><li>Scale used: </li></ul><ul><li>5 – Excellent (can confidently demonstrate the skill) </li></ul><ul><li>4 – Very Good (can demonstrate the skill) </li></ul><ul><li>3 – Good (can demonstrate the skill but with a little </li></ul><ul><li>difficulty) </li></ul><ul><li>2 – Fair (can demonstrate some aspects of the skill) </li></ul><ul><li>1 – Poor (cannot demonstrate the skill) </li></ul>
    18. 18. How would you rate your competencies on the following prior to the training? Poor Fair Good Very Good Excellent Skill 20.6 22.2 21.5 22.8 22.4 20.1 21.3 48.7 15.1 6.5 2.9 Web browsing 55.3 12.8 3.4 1.2 Web development 50.0 15.1 6.4 2.6 Desktop Publishing 36.1 20.3 12.6 6.4 Spreadsheet 39.8 18.7 12.3 5.3 Presentation 21.8 24.8 19.8 11.7 Word processing 19.5 23.9 20.4 13.3 Basic computer skills
    19. 19. Application of Skills Learned From the Training
    20. 20. <ul><li>1. THE UNIT PLAN* </li></ul>* A unit plan is a teacher’s lesson plan for a particular topic where technology will be used. The unit plan includes a unit overview, learning goals for students, instructional procedures, materials and resources required and assessments to be used for students’ outputs.
    21. 21. Have you implemented the unit plan which you created during the training? 25.3 No 52.7 Yes, but just parts of it 16.6 Yes, all of it
    22. 22. Please indicate the reasons why you did not implement or implemented just part of your unit plan. 12.4 I did not have adequate technical/instructional support. 14.5 Necessary software was not available. 19.8 I did not have enough planning time. 54.6 Computers were not connected to the Internet . 18.2 The technology-integrated lesson plan was too difficult to implement. Percentage Reason 22.6 Necessary computers were not available.
    23. 23. Please indicate the reasons why you did not implement or implemented just part of your unit plan. (continued) 5.0 It did not fit well into my curriculum. 6.0 I plan to use the lesson before the end of the school year. 7.7 I did not have adequate administrative support. 8.8 I did not feel confident in my computer skills. 9.6 My teaching assignment changed. 4.8 I did not consider implementing. 4.7 I was not satisfied with the lesson I created. Percentage Reason 1.8 It would not help me meet student learning standards I need to meet.
    24. 24. If you did implement, how satisfied were you with the experience? 0.1 Very Dissatisfied 2.7 Dissatisfied 11.8 Neutral 40.7 Satisfied 16.4 Very Satisfied
    25. 25. <ul><li>2. TEACHERS’ PERCEPTION ABOUT THEMSELVES </li></ul>
    26. 26. To what extent has your competence increased because of the training? Percentage Scale 0.3 Not at All 9.4 A little 29.6 Moderately 49.7 Greatly 8.5 Totally
    27. 27. How prepared do you think you are in integrating technology into the grade or subject you are teaching? (after the training) Percentage Scale 2.2 Not at All 12.8 Somewhat 27.8 Moderately 36.7 Well 16.8 Very Well
    28. 28. Comparison on how prepared teachers think they are in integrating technology into the grade or subject taught BEFORE and AFTER the training
    29. 29. How would you rate your competencies on the following after the training? Poor Fair Good Very Good Excellent Skill 17.6 23.3 16.0 11.6 9.5 6.7 4.7 9.2 24.2 25.5 13.2 Web browsing 11.3 29.1 21.3 6.3 Web development 7.5 28.8 27.7 12.6 Desktop Publishing 1.4 20.4 36.5 25.7 Spreadsheet 1.0 21.1 33.6 31.0 Presentation 0.3 16.3 28.8 43.2 Word processing 0.1 14.0 32.5 43.3 Basic computer skills
    30. 30. Comparison on percentage of teachers who perceive their computer skills as “Excellent”
    31. 31. Comparison on percentage of teachers who perceive their computer skills as “Poor”
    32. 32. <ul><li>3. CLASSROOM IMPLEMENTATION </li></ul>
    33. 33. How many students are in your class? Percentage Number 3.0 101 and above 3.9 81 to 100 17.0 61 to 80 9.8 21 to 40 2.8 20 and below 50.4 41 to 60
    34. 34. What year level is this class? Percentage Year Level 40.9 Fourth Year 13.9 Second Year 12.5 First Year 22.3 Third Year
    35. 35. In your school, do you have access to a computer lab? 11.5 No 81.2 Yes
    36. 36. How often do you bring your students to the computer lab? 19.5 Less than once a month Percentage Frequency 15.5 Never 31.9 Weekly 19.5 Daily 10.9 Monthly
    37. 37. Is there Internet access in the computer lab? 84.8 No 13.7 Yes
    38. 38. In your opinion, is the Internet access reliable and fast enough for students to use productively? (for those with Internet access in the computer lab) 15.2 No 77.7 Yes
    39. 39. What kind of (technology) outputs have you prepared? 38.3 Spreadsheets 65.9 PowerPoint Presentations 48.7 Information sheets, handouts, flyers prepared using word processing and desktop publishing software 4.1 Web pages, web sites 12.6 Video Percentage Output 10.3 Audio 32.6 Newsletter, brochures and other publications prepared using word processing and desktop publishing software
    40. 40. Comparison on production of technology-related outputs for classroom instruction BEFORE and AFTER the training
    41. 41. <ul><li>4. IMPACT TO TEACHERS AND STUDENTS </li></ul>
    42. 42. Has there been a change in how frequently you do the following in your classroom? Not Appli-cable Do this more No Change Do this less Teaching Practices 12.6 9.9 64.0 19.9 9.0 54.4 9.3 17.9 e. Present information to students using multimedia 61.0 6.4 17.7 d. Use a computer for administrative work 15.8 6.1 9.3 c. Access the Internet to aid in developing lessons or activities 39.3 12.6 22.1 b. Access CD ROMs to aid in developing lessons and activities 53.9 12.9 17.4 a. Have students review/revise their own work
    43. 43. Has there been a change in how frequently you do the following in your classroom? 8.7 62.8 6.7 16.2 g. Have students work with a computer teacher to learn technology skills Not Appli-cable Do this more No Change Do this less Teaching Practices 9.2 7.5 54.1 16.4 44.7 11.9 27.9 j. Have students work on group projects that take a week or more to complete 63.8 7.7 16.3 i. Have students work on group projects 25.0 6.5 9.4 h. Have students engage in independent research using the Internet 45.9 11.4 20.9 f. Have students give presentations to class
    44. 44. Has there been a change in how frequently you do the following in your classroom? 6.7 63.3 8.8 15.0 l. Allow students to decide what materials or resources to use to complete their work Not Appli-cable Do this more No Change Do this less Teaching Practices 5.0 5.2 15.1 10.8 67.2 8.8 11.7 o. Use essential questions to structure lessons 57.3 10.3 20.9 n. Use a textbook as a primary guide to instruction 45.5 9.2 21.3 m. Use rubrics to evaluate student work 48.1 11.7 23.9 k. Have students choose their own topics for research projects
    45. 45. Has there been a change in how frequently you do the following in your classroom? 16.9 45.9 9.0 21.5 q. Have students work with a computer to do lessons or activities during my class time Not Appli-cable Do this more No Change Do this less Teaching Practices 23.4 8.6 41.2 7.1 21.6 r. Ask students to work on a computer in non-school settings (such as home, library or Internet café) 60.9 8.3 15.2 p. Use a computer to conduct own research
    46. 46. How did your students respond to the technology integration? 82.1 61.1 21.0 c. Students gave positive feedback. 77.5 59.6 17.9 e. Students use more resources in their research. 77.4 57.9 19.5 f. Students showed more in-depth understanding of content 79.6 55.1 24.5 d. Students’ work was more creative than prior, comparable assignments. 84.9 61.8 23.1 b. Students are better at working collaboratively with peers. 85.1 60.6 24.5 a. Students helped one another with the technology. Agree Total Strongly agree Students’ Response
    47. 47. How did your students respond to the technology integration? 76.1 59.5 16.6 i. Students with varying levels of technology skills performed well on the lesson. 73.1 57.4 15.7 j. Students with different learning styles were addressed well by the unit. 76.7 62.6 14.1 h. Students were able to communicate ideas and opinions with greater confidence. 77.2 60.0 17.2 g. Students work harder at their assignments. Agree Total Strongly agree Students’ Response
    48. 48. How did your students respond to the technology integration? 66.3 52.3 14.0 m. Students work more on their own without direct supervision from the teacher. 69.8 59.6 10.2 l.Students research and interpret complex information more thoughtfully. Total Agree Strongly agree Students’ Response 71.0 58.0 13.0 k. Student expertise is more equally distributed – less concentrated among a few “high ability” students. 48.3 42.5 5.8 n. Students were more motivated and actively involved in the lesson.
    49. 49. <ul><li>5. CHALLENGES ENCOUNTERED </li></ul>
    50. 50. What challenges have you encountered in implementing what you learned from the program? 38.7 29.0 9.7 f. large-size classes were difficult to manage in computer labs with only 20 computers or less 42.9 29.3 13.6 e. There were not enough computers available. 45.2 33.4 11.8 d. Lack of technical/instructional support 60.7 47.7 13.0 c. There was not enough time to complete the unit plans. 64.1 40.9 23.2 b. It was difficult to schedule adequate time in computer labs. 65.3 42.5 22.8 a. Students do not have adequate computer skills. Agree Total Strongly agree Challenges
    51. 51. What challenges have you encountered in implementing what you learned from the training? 27.2 20.1 7.1 h. Lack of administrative support 30.2 23.9 6.3 g. I did not have enough computer skills to implement effectively. 25.3 20.9 4.4 i. The software was not available. 22.0 18.8 3.2 j. The hardware/software did not perform as expected or were incompatible. Agree Total Strongly agree Challenges
    52. 52. Photos from school visits conducted
    53. 57. <ul><li>RECOMMENDATIONS </li></ul>
    54. 58. Key Messages <ul><li>Issues: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Teacher Competencies to maximize the use of ICT in Education </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>ICT Enabled environment: Infrastructure </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Policies and Standards </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Prospects </li></ul><ul><ul><li>ICT in the public high schools in the next 5 years </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Standards and policies to be developed in 2005 </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Ownership of the community and schools on ICT in Education </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Teacher Accomplishments: Amy Buan, PIL Teachers, Caravan Best Practices </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Call to Action </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Community’s role in making this dream a reality </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Each of us have a role! We need to plan and implement… </li></ul></ul>

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