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SME PROJECT BRIEF

SME PROJECT BRIEF

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EnP Manny Javier
Project Leader & Manager

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  • 4. DAVAO REGION AS SME PILOT PROJECT AREA
    DAVAO DEL NORTE
    COMVAL
    DAVAO CITY
    DAVAO ORIENTAL
    DAVAO DEL SUR
  • 5. SCHOOL MAPPING EXERCISE
    PRIVATE EDUCATION
    SMEPROJECT BRIEF
    SCHOOL MAPPING EXERCISE
    By
    EnP Manny Javier
    Project Leader & Manager
  • 6. WHAT IS SCHOOL MAPPING?
    Conducting a survey
    Locating survey findings on a map
    Elaborate action agenda
  • 7. S
    MACRO-PROBLEMS
    • Absorptive capacity of schools and clusters of schools
    CHOOL
    M
    APPING
    P
    addresses
    ROJECT
    VISION
    STUDENT SUCCESS
    MICRO-PROBLEMS
    • Academic and non-academic needs
    • 8. Teacher training
    • 9. Textbooks
    • 10. Lesson guides
    • 11. etc
  • THREE IMPORTANT STEPS IN THE OVERALL STRATEGY FOR IMPROVING SCHOOLS
    • SCHOOL PROFILING
    • 12. STRATEGIC PLANNING
    • 13. TARGETED INTERVENTIONS
  • PRINCIPLES:
    STUDENTS
    LOCAL
    COMMUNITY
    PARENTS
    SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS
    DATA-DRIVENPLANNING
    INFORMATION-BASED DECISION MAKING
    TRANSPARENCY
    ACCOUNTABILITY
    COLLABORATION
    PRIVATE EDUCATION STAKEHOLDERS
    TEACHERS
    DEPED OFFICIALS
    OTHERS
  • 14. PURPOSE OF THE PROJECT
    • Plot the exact location and distribution of all schools in the country.
    • 15. Determine schools’ catchment areas.
    • 16. Documenting, Monitoring and Analyzing educational Change
  • CATCHMENT AREA
    Wherein the bulk of students go to a school …sought-after location of parents
    Factors: transport link, school performance, affordability, benefit (climate/culture -good neighborhood)
    Can change over time
  • 17. CATCHMENT AREA
    The catchment area map explained
    • A green dot: the school
    • 18. Red dots: census areas (about 100 households) where pupils who joined the school in September 2007 came from (2008 data will be available in early 2009)
    • 19. Purple dots: census areas where pupils who joined the school in 2005 and 2006 came from
    London state school
  • 20. PROBLEMS/ ISSUES SME ADDRESSES:
    SCHOOL MAPPING EXERCISE
    PRIVATE EDUCATION
    • Where are the schools located?
    • 21. Where are new schools needed?
    • 22. Where can elementary graduates go to enroll in high school?
    • 23. Where are school facilities available (adequate and inadequate)?
    • 24. Where are the best travel routes for transporting students to schools?
    • 25. Where are the areas with high population growth rates?
    • 26. What and where the barriers are located?
    • 27. What are the parents’ aspirations towards their children's future?
    • 28. What are the physical, socio-economic and environmental conditions of the catchment area (barangay)?
    • 29. Are the community members willing to support the establishment of new school?
    • 30. Where should financial support like GASTPE or education infrastructure support be provided?
  • OBJECTIVE OF GIS-BASED SCHOOL MAPPING EXERCISE
    • To display the pertinent data of educational facilities, the status of school conditions (physical condition of school), and the constraints within the areas served, that exist today.
    • 31. To measure fulfillment of planning standards for accessibility, student/teacher ratio, student/classroom ratio, student/school area/site ratio, student/schoolbook ratio; physical condition of building and plot.
  • OBJECTIVES
     
    To organize a national Private Education School Mapping Project Taskforce capable and responsible for the development of the private educational institutions’ school maps.
    2. To conduct School Mapping with GIS technology Orientation and Training Workshops for local/regional private school superintendents and administrators and for local technical working groups.
  • 32. OBJECTIVES
     
    3. To undertake a piloting of the GIS-based School Mapping Exercise project which covers all the private educational institutions of all levels and types (elementary, secondary, tertiary and voc-tech) in purposive chosen school divisions in a selected pilot region resulting in integrating public and private educational databases and GIS maps.
    4. To develop the SME operational and training manual which will serve the nation-wide expansion of this SB-SME project?
  • 33. PREPARATION OF THE DETAILED LOCAL SCHOOL MAP
    EXISTING SUPPLY
    PRESENT DEMAND
    • Building & equipment
    • 34. Staff (teachers & non-teaching)
    • 35. Curriculum
    • 36. Costs & financiing
    • 37. Geographic distribution of Supply
    • 38. Enrollment
    • 39. Enrolment Rate
    • 40. Student Flow
    • 41. Geographic distribution of demand
    DIAGNOSIS
    PRESENT IMBALANCES
    FUTURE DEMAND
    FUTURE REQUIREMENTS
    • Premises & equipment
    • 42. Staff requirements
    • 43. Future curriculum
    • 44. Costs & financing
    METHODOLOGICAL STAGES
    • Projections of school-age population
    • 45. Projections of school system intake
    • 46. Enrolment projection
    FORMS & STANDARDS
    PROJECTION
    BALANCE OF FUTURE
    SUPPLY AND DEMAND
    PROPOSALS
    MODIFICATIONS TO THE SCHOOL NETWORK
    DIFFERENT SOLUTIONS ACCORDING TO THE LEVELS
    AND TYPES OF EDUCATION AND TO AREAS
  • 47. SOME PLANNING STANDARDS TO CONSIDER:
    •  The school site should be accessible to the population it serves.The minimum distance for a pupil or student to walk from residence to school site is three (3) kilometers, while the maximum time from residence to school aboard public conveyance is thirty (30) minutes.
     
    • It should be located beyond 200 meters of places of ill-repute, recreational establishments of questionable character, manufacturing and industrial plants or military barracks.
     
    • The ground area occupied by the school buildings and other structures should not exceed 40% of the school site in order to provide adequate open spaces for assembly and co-curricular activities, as well as to conform with the national and local regulations and standards pertaining to setbacks and distances between buildings.
  • SME is a demand-driven approach for educational planning as well as the tool for decision-making of school development in a rational and efficient manner.
    DATABASE
    PLANNING
    The components of SME
    GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM-BASED SCHOOL PROFILING SYSTEM
    CAPACITY BUILDING OF SCHOOLS, REGIONAL/DIVISION OFFICES, AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS
    SCHOOL-BASED DATA COLLECTION
    o Enrolments, class size
    o Academic performance
    o Teacher and personnel details
    o Budget and finance
    o Textbook and teaching aids
    o Office equipments
    o School development plan
  • 48. SCHOOL MAPPING EXERCISE
    DATA GATHERING / FIELD WORK IN COLLABORATION WITH SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DIVISION OFFICE
    EVALUATION AND ANALYSIS OF DATA
    DECISION MAKING
    SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT
    ENCODING OF GEOGRAPHIC COORDINATES USING GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (GPS) DEVICE
    GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM (GIS)
    IMPROVED STUDENT PERFORMANCE AND OUTCOMES
  • 49. PRIVATE EDUCATION STAKEHOLDERS
    TEAM LEADER
    Overall project implementation management
    DepEd
    Office of Planning Services – School Mapping Unit:
    • National
    • 50. Regional
    • 51. Division
    ESC/EVS Participating Private Schools and non-ESC participating private schools, colleges and universities in a region
    TEAM MEMBER
    SPECIALIST
    Capability Building, Orientation and Training, Surveyors Coach
    TEAM MEMBER
    SPECIALIST
    Basic Private Education Database Development
    RELEVANT EXPERTS
    GIS Experts
    NAMRIA Experts
    HLURB
    C/MPDO Experts
  • 52. PROJECT ORGANIZATION
    PEAC-FAPE SECRETARIAT
    DEPED SMU
    FAPE DB-IT GROUP
    CAPABILITY BUILDING MANAGEMENT
    GIS-GEODATABASE MANAGEMENT
    GIS-GPS EXPERTS
    REGIONAL DEPED SMU
    GDB FIELD STAFF TEAMS
    GPS-GIS SURVEYORS
    Cluster Area 2
    Cluster Area 5
    Cluster Area 3
    Cluster Area 1
    Cluster Area 4
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    CLUSTER OF SCHOOLS
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    CLUSTER OF SCHOOLS
    CLUSTER OF SCHOOLS
    SME PROJECT MANAGEMENT TEAM
    PILOT PROJECT OFFICE
  • 53. Expected Benefits/Impacts on Education/Private Education.
    • The consolidated attributes and spatial-visual (maps) database of private education from school level to district/division level to regional and national level will serve as solid information for decision-making policy formation, planning, budgeting and financing educational reform efforts in the private sector under the private-public partnership schemes.
  • Expected Benefits/Impacts on Education/Private Education.
    • The eventual consolidated educational/school maps would be a forward-looking and dynamic vision of what the educational services with their premises, teachers, technologies and equipment of the private sector can contribute to the implementation national educational development goals.
  • Expected Benefits/Impacts on Education/Private Education.
    • PEAC-FAPE Secretariat in collaboration with COCOPEA and other private sector stakeholders can draw up a strategic master plan for priority educational development investment and financing support.
    • 54. Individual private school development and improvement plans can be aligned with that strategic master plan as well as can avail of funding assistance from government.
  • PROJECT DELIVERABLES
    • Setting up the GIS-based School Mapping System for private educational institutions complementing DepEd’s GIS-based School Mapping System.
    • 55. Private Education GIS-based School Mapping Operation and Training Manual, including the framework, guidelines, procedures and techniques for SME and the basic training SM modules.
    • 56. GIS maps linked to Private Education (all levels and types) database for Davao Area: GIS School Maps and Databases
  • PROJECT DELIVERABLES
    • Initial policy research agenda related to educational/school mapping.
    • 57. Final Project Report on the Piloting of GIS-based School Mapping Exercise with focused on the SME process documentation.
    • 58. Initial List of Priority School Building and Facilities Improvement Program ({PSBFIP) based on the integrated information on the school improvement plans of the ESC/EVS participating private schools in the Davao Area (to serve as Model PSBFIP).
  • Overall and Most Important Output
    SME aims to produce a powerful computerized decision support system that integrates digital maps and databases of private secondary schools initially in the pilot region (Davao Region) and eventually throughout the Philippines.
  • 59. NEAR FUTURE ACTI VITIES
  • 60.
    •  the decision-support maps, for instance, display the results of the prioritization schemes for new school development and classroom improvement.
    • 61. School mapping is a set of techniques and procedures used to make planning and deciding for future school development at the local level more rational and effective.
    • 62. Partnerships: school - community
  • 63. SCHOOL MAPPING EXERCISE
    PRIVATE EDUCATION