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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<br />DAVAO DEL NORTE<br />COMVAL<br />DAVAO CITY<br />DAVAO ORIENTAL<br />DAVAO DEL SUR<br />
  • 5. SCHOOL MAPPING EXERCISE<br />PRIVATE EDUCATION<br />SMEPROJECT BRIEF<br />SCHOOL MAPPING EXERCISE<br />By<br />EnP Manny Javier<br />Project Leader & Manager<br />
  • 6. WHAT IS SCHOOL MAPPING?<br />Conducting a survey<br />Locating survey findings on a map<br />Elaborate action agenda<br />
  • 7. S<br />MACRO-PROBLEMS<br /><ul><li>Absorptive capacity of schools and clusters of schools</li></ul>CHOOL<br />M<br />APPING<br />P<br />addresses<br />ROJECT<br />VISION<br />STUDENT SUCCESS<br />MICRO-PROBLEMS<br /><ul><li>Academic and non-academic needs
  • 8. Teacher training
  • 9. Textbooks
  • 10. Lesson guides
  • 11. etc</li></li></ul><li>THREE IMPORTANT STEPS IN THE OVERALL STRATEGY FOR IMPROVING SCHOOLS<br /><ul><li> SCHOOL PROFILING
  • 12. STRATEGIC PLANNING
  • 13. TARGETED INTERVENTIONS</li></li></ul><li>PRINCIPLES:<br />STUDENTS<br />LOCAL<br /> COMMUNITY<br />PARENTS<br />SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS<br />DATA-DRIVENPLANNING<br />INFORMATION-BASED DECISION MAKING<br />TRANSPARENCY<br />ACCOUNTABILITY<br />COLLABORATION<br />PRIVATE EDUCATION STAKEHOLDERS<br />TEACHERS<br />DEPED OFFICIALS<br />OTHERS<br />
  • 14. PURPOSE OF THE PROJECT<br /><ul><li>Plot the exact location and distribution of all schools in the country.
  • 15. Determine schools’ catchment areas.
  • 16. Documenting, Monitoring and Analyzing educational Change</li></li></ul><li>CATCHMENT AREA<br />Wherein the bulk of students go to a school …sought-after location of parents<br />Factors: transport link, school performance, affordability, benefit (climate/culture -good neighborhood)<br />Can change over time <br />
  • 17. CATCHMENT AREA<br />The catchment area map explained<br /><ul><li>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</li></ul>London state school<br />
  • 20. PROBLEMS/ ISSUES SME ADDRESSES:<br />SCHOOL MAPPING EXERCISE<br />PRIVATE EDUCATION<br /><ul><li>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? </li></li></ul><li>OBJECTIVE OF GIS-BASED SCHOOL MAPPING EXERCISE<br /><ul><li>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.</li></li></ul><li>OBJECTIVES<br /> <br />To organize a national Private Education School Mapping Project Taskforce capable and responsible for the development of the private educational institutions’ school maps. <br />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.<br />
  • 32. OBJECTIVES<br /> <br />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. <br />4. To develop the SME operational and training manual which will serve the nation-wide expansion of this SB-SME project?<br />
  • 33. PREPARATION OF THE DETAILED LOCAL SCHOOL MAP<br />EXISTING SUPPLY<br />PRESENT DEMAND<br /><ul><li>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</li></ul>DIAGNOSIS<br />PRESENT IMBALANCES<br />FUTURE DEMAND<br />FUTURE REQUIREMENTS<br /><ul><li>Premises & equipment
  • 42. Staff requirements
  • 43. Future curriculum
  • 44. Costs & financing</li></ul>METHODOLOGICAL STAGES <br /><ul><li>Projections of school-age population
  • 45. Projections of school system intake
  • 46. Enrolment projection</li></ul>FORMS & STANDARDS<br />PROJECTION<br />BALANCE OF FUTURE <br />SUPPLY AND DEMAND<br />PROPOSALS<br />MODIFICATIONS TO THE SCHOOL NETWORK<br />DIFFERENT SOLUTIONS ACCORDING TO THE LEVELS<br /> AND TYPES OF EDUCATION AND TO AREAS<br />
  • 47. SOME PLANNING STANDARDS TO CONSIDER:<br /><ul><li> 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.</li></ul> <br /><ul><li>It should be located beyond 200 meters of places of ill-repute, recreational establishments of questionable character, manufacturing and industrial plants or military barracks.</li></ul> <br /><ul><li>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.</li></li></ul><li>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.<br />DATABASE <br />PLANNING<br />The components of SME<br />GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM-BASED SCHOOL PROFILING SYSTEM<br />CAPACITY BUILDING OF SCHOOLS, REGIONAL/DIVISION OFFICES, AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS<br />SCHOOL-BASED DATA COLLECTION<br />o Enrolments, class size<br />o Academic performance<br />o Teacher and personnel details<br />o Budget and finance<br />o Textbook and teaching aids<br />o Office equipments<br />o School development plan<br />
  • 48. SCHOOL MAPPING EXERCISE<br />DATA GATHERING / FIELD WORK IN COLLABORATION WITH SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DIVISION OFFICE<br />EVALUATION AND ANALYSIS OF DATA<br />DECISION MAKING<br />SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT<br />ENCODING OF GEOGRAPHIC COORDINATES USING GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (GPS) DEVICE<br />GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM (GIS)<br />IMPROVED STUDENT PERFORMANCE AND OUTCOMES<br />
  • 49. PRIVATE EDUCATION STAKEHOLDERS<br />TEAM LEADER<br />Overall project implementation management<br />DepEd<br />Office of Planning Services – School Mapping Unit:<br /><ul><li>National
  • 50. Regional
  • 51. Division</li></ul>ESC/EVS Participating Private Schools and non-ESC participating private schools, colleges and universities in a region<br />TEAM MEMBER<br />SPECIALIST<br />Capability Building, Orientation and Training, Surveyors Coach<br />TEAM MEMBER<br />SPECIALIST<br />Basic Private Education Database Development<br />RELEVANT EXPERTS<br />GIS Experts<br />NAMRIA Experts<br />HLURB<br />C/MPDO Experts<br />
  • 52. PROJECT ORGANIZATION<br />PEAC-FAPE SECRETARIAT<br />DEPED SMU<br />FAPE DB-IT GROUP<br />CAPABILITY BUILDING MANAGEMENT<br />GIS-GEODATABASE MANAGEMENT<br />GIS-GPS EXPERTS<br />REGIONAL DEPED SMU<br />GDB FIELD STAFF TEAMS<br />GPS-GIS SURVEYORS<br />Cluster Area 2<br />Cluster Area 5<br />Cluster Area 3<br />Cluster Area 1<br />Cluster Area 4<br />S<br />S<br />S<br />S<br />S<br />S<br />S<br />S<br />S<br />S<br />S<br />S<br />S<br />S<br />S<br />S<br />S<br />S<br />S<br />S<br />S<br />S<br />S<br />S<br />S<br />CLUSTER OF SCHOOLS<br />CLUSTER OF SCHOOLS<br />CLUSTER OF SCHOOLS<br />CLUSTER OF SCHOOLS<br />CLUSTER OF SCHOOLS<br />SME PROJECT MANAGEMENT TEAM<br />PILOT PROJECT OFFICE<br />
  • 53. Expected Benefits/Impacts on Education/Private Education.<br /><ul><li>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. </li></li></ul><li>Expected Benefits/Impacts on Education/Private Education.<br /><ul><li>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.</li></li></ul><li>Expected Benefits/Impacts on Education/Private Education.<br /><ul><li>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.</li></li></ul><li>PROJECT DELIVERABLES<br /><ul><li>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</li></li></ul><li>PROJECT DELIVERABLES<br /><ul><li>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).</li></li></ul><li>Overall and Most Important Output<br />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.<br />
  • 59. NEAR FUTURE ACTI VITIES<br />
  • 60. <ul><li> 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</li></li></ul><li>
  • 63. SCHOOL MAPPING EXERCISE<br />PRIVATE EDUCATION<br />

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