REPORT  Developing Collaborative e-Learning Materials                               In the Suport ofIndonesia – Philippine...
FOREWORDIt is a great pleasure for SEAMOLEC to be among the friendly colleagues in Philippines. Ourpresence in Philippines...
Table of ContentsFOREWORD....................................................................................................
REPORT  Training/Workshop on Developing Collaborative e-Learning Material                                 Davao City – The...
The potential of ICT in education, especially in learning system, could be optimalized inteachers, and lecturers. At the m...
b. Mapping common competencies           c. Developing learning materials           d. Classroom Participation   2. Joint ...
List of Participants                              Indonesian – Philippines Counterparts                Indonesia          ...
F. Output  a.   Closer relationship and mutual understanding among teachers  b.   Educators skillful and knowledgeable in ...
I. Schedule   a. Week 1    Day             Time                         Program                            VenueMon, 21 No...
b. Week 2    Day            Time                        Program                      VenueMon, 28 Nov    08.00 – 17.00    ...
J. Certification          All participants, both Indonesians and Philippines get certificate of          participation fro...
L. AttachmentsAttachmentInstructors and Facilitators   Jaslin Ikhsan                                              Abdul Ri...
Training Session in Class    Opening Ceremony Training SEA Cyberclass at Consulate General Republic of                    ...
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  1. 1. REPORT Developing Collaborative e-Learning Materials In the Suport ofIndonesia – Philippines School Partnership Program at Philippines Woman College University of Southeastern Philippines Davao Doctors College Tagum National Trade School Mindanao, 21 November – 3 December, 2011 Collaboration Program Southeast Asian Ministries of Education Organization Regional Open Learning Centre (SEAMOLEC), Indonesia and The Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia, Davao City SMKN 2 Klaten SMKN 1 Trucuk, Klaten SMK Negeri 1 Gombong SMK Tunas Harapan Pati 2011
  2. 2. FOREWORDIt is a great pleasure for SEAMOLEC to be among the friendly colleagues in Philippines. Ourpresence in Philippines is to jointly conduct a training on Developing Material for e-Learningas a follow up action of School partnership program between Indonesian and The Philippines.The instructional activities now have been developing progressively that they can make studentsenjoy learning very much through the interaction with various media and learning resources.The role of ICT, then become very important in helping students obtain better result.I hope this training will address an important issue for many educators in engaging with ICTeffectively and efficiently to enable the students to go through learning experience to theoptimum.My sincere thanks to Indonesian Embassy in Manila for the continuous support andcooperation, and fellow colleagues in Philippines and Indonesia for making this training asuccess.Wishing you all the best.Dr. Ir. Gatot Hari Priowirjanto
  3. 3. Table of ContentsFOREWORD............................................................................................................................................................ iTable of Contents .................................................................................................................................................... ii A. Background ................................................................................................................................................ 1 B. Objectives .................................................................................................................................................. 2 C. Activities ..................................................................................................................................................... 2 D. Strategy...................................................................................................................................................... 3 E. Program Implementation............................................................................................................................ 3 1. Time and Venue .................................................................................................................................... 3 2. Participants ............................................................................................................................................ 3 F. Output ........................................................................................................................................................ 5 G. Expected Outcome .................................................................................................................................... 5 H. Facilitators and Comittees ......................................................................................................................... 5 I. Schedule .................................................................................................................................................... 6 J. Certification……………………………….…………………………………………………………………………………...8 K. Follow-up Activity ....................................................................................................................................... 8 L. Attachments ............................................................................................................................................... 90|Page
  4. 4. REPORT Training/Workshop on Developing Collaborative e-Learning Material Davao City – The Philippines 21 November – 3 December, 2011A. BackgroundASEAN Community 2015 as envisioned in the mission of ASEAN countries can be startedfrom school partnership program. School partnership program could provide a space forteachers and students to meet up, to share, to learn from each other, and to grow together. Thefeeling of togetherness which is nurtured in the school partnership program will train teachersand students to respect differences of norms, values, culture, and religion existing among them.Being tolerant in the differences would contribute to create the ASEAN identitiy of which allcitizens of the Southeast Asian countries should hold.School partnership program should also contribute to the development of participating schools,which include the professional development of teachers, which in turn will benefit students.Having a workshop for teachers of participating schools would give them an opportunity tolearn from each other. The teachers would see the differences in terms of learning material,syllabus, course delivery, and assessment. At the same time, they could draw commoncompetencies which could be collaboratively carried out in the learning process. By having thecommon learning materials to achieve the same competencies will encourage students toparticipate and discuss with their fellow students from different country. This approach ofcollaborative learning could only be done by the use of Information and CommunicationTechnology (ICT).To enhance the relationship between the two neighboring countries between Philippines andIndonesia, collaboration in education sector is one effective way as it provides pathways foryoung generation (teachers and students) to closely know each other, learn from one anotherand respect differences in culture and values. SEAMOLEC, as a regional institution underSEAMEO, has tried to organize school partnership program between schools in Indonesia andin other SEAMEO member countries, which includes the Philippines.Three Indonesian schools have come and visited schools in Davao City and in Mindanao area,and MoUs which states willingness for collaboration have been signed. There is a need tofollow up this MoU which could support the relationship of the participating schools, and inturn, will enhance the quality of collaborative learning. The visit and MoU signing wasorganized and seen by SEAMOLEC and the Consule General of the Republic of Indonesia inDavao City. We, therefore, propose a joint program to be conducted between participatingschools and supported by SEAMOLEC and Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesiain Davao City.1|Page
  5. 5. The potential of ICT in education, especially in learning system, could be optimalized inteachers, and lecturers. At the moment, most study programs are still managed in a traditionalway using traditional interaction and learning resource. The traditional learning culture is basedon dominant role of teacher as a main resource of knowledge for the students; teaching andlearning process often only occurs in classrooms. Meanwhile, the rapid advance of knowledgehas made learning resources at the library become out of date very fast. In several institutionsand graduate study programs, the library collection which is not sufficient enough toaccommodate the students intellectual exercise process, is becoming common view. In the eraof connectivity between institution, expert resource person, and various learning resources hasbecome relatively easier, interaction that can be conducted not only in classroom, but almosteverywhere and at anytime.To pursue innovative process, e-learning has become an attractive way in presenting learningmaterials to students. E-learning may be applied both in face-to-face mode of instruction and inopen and distance learning mode. E-learning also may conduct students to experience self-learning. Thus, to support e-learning materials, the development of the instructional designshould be well-prepared.To provide the capacity building in the competency for developing instructional materials forcollaborative e-learning, the training/workshop on Developing Collaborative e-LearningMaterials will be jointly conducted by SEAMEO Regional Open Learning Centre(SEAMOLEC) and the Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia in Davao City, and thePhilippines’ colleges: Philippines Woman College, University of Southeastern Philippines,Davao Doctors College, and Tagum National Trade School.B. Objectives The objectives of the program are: 1. To discuss and identify the common competencies that might be made as a topic for collaborative learning 2. To develop collaborative e-learning materials 3. To participate in classroom teaching to get experience in the Philippines classroom context 4. To develop collaboration through sharing knowledge and values 5. To strengthen the partnership between Indonesian and Philippines schools.C. ActivitiesThe activities of the program is divided into two major programs: 1. Pair Work: a. Analyzing curriculum and sylabuses2|Page
  6. 6. b. Mapping common competencies c. Developing learning materials d. Classroom Participation 2. Joint Training Course: a. Developing Collaborative e-learning materials in blog b. Developing Seamolec Multi Studio-based learning materialD. StrategyThe training and workshop was conducted for 14 days in which the participants work in pair:observing class, developing e-learning material and tests.The pair works were conducted at their own school partners: Philippines Woman College(PWC), University of Southeastern Philippines, Davao Doctors College, and Tagum NationalTrade School. Six Indonesian teachers are placed at each college and paired up with theircounterparts at each school.In the pairworks, participants develop video presentation to be embedded in their collaborativeblog site.E. Program Implementation 1. Time and Venue The collaborative activities conducted in 14 (five) effective days, started on 21 November to 3 December 2011 at their respective school partners. 2. Participants The participants came from various education institutions in Central Java, Indonesia and the four schools in Davao City. 1. Teachers/lecturers/educational personnel 2. Network technicians3|Page
  7. 7. List of Participants Indonesian – Philippines Counterparts Indonesia PhilippinesNo Name School Subject Name School Matters1 Akhmad Nuraeni SMKN 1 Physiscs Renelyn Bana PWC Gombong and Ariel Alcoseba2 Nasroji SMKN 1 Otomotive George A. USEP Gombong Aducayen Tagum Trade School3 Dicky Mugiyanto SMKN 1 Computer Ariel Roy L. USEP Gombong Network Reyes, Dr. Tamara Mercado4 Yosep Purwanto SMKN 1 English Patricia O. USEP Trucuk, Klaten Elbanbuena Lily Babeyanon, DDC Nievas A. Camus5 Martini SMKN 2 Klaten English Rowell Acosta PWC6 Ricky Aditya SMKN 4 Mathemat Reynald A. PWC Nugraha Malang ics Japay4|Page
  8. 8. F. Output a. Closer relationship and mutual understanding among teachers b. Educators skillful and knowledgeable in using advanced ICT, especially in developing e- Learning course. c. Improved interests, innovation, and creativity in the use of ICT-based learning material. d. Improved ICT skills of participants in operating ICT as learning media communication. e. e-Learning course and online discussion forum developed by the participants.G. Expected Outcome a. Participating students’ and teachers’ better relations which will lead to the betterment of the schools’ relations b. Collaborative action research for teachersH. Facilitators and Committees The instructors and facilitators for this training consist of 5 (five) persons from SEAMOLEC with quality of having concept of learning process and skill in developing material for e- learning and developing school partnership program They were: 1. Mangasa Aritonang, MA (Training Manager) 2. Besty Priyandhini (Training officer) 3. Jaslin Ikhsan (Deputy Director) 4. Abdul Rizal Adompo (Training officer) 5. Supandi (SMKN 4 Malang, Principal)5|Page
  9. 9. I. Schedule a. Week 1 Day Time Program VenueMon, 21 Nov 16.00  Indonesian Participants arrived in Davao International Davao Airport 07.00  Proceed to Accommodation House of Indonesia 19.00  Courtesy Call to Acting Consul Consulate General of General RI, Davao CityTue, 22 Nov 09.00 – 12.00  Visiting Philippines Woman College PWC  Introduction of participants to their counterparts  Working with counterparts f 13.30 – 15.00  Visiting USEP and introduction to USEP cunterpartsWed, 23 Nov 08.00 – 15.00  Pair works: MappingCompetencies PWC  Developing learning materials USEP  Classroom ObservationThu, 24 Nov 08.00 – 15.00  Pair works: MappingCompetencies PWC  Developing learning materials USEP  Classroom Participation  Visit to Davao Doctors College for the placement of Mr Yosep DDC PurwantoFri, 25 Nov 08.00 – 15.00  Pair works: MappingCompetencies PWC  Developing learning materials  Classroom Participation  Visit to Tagum National Trade Tagum Trade School School for the placement of Nasroji  Courtesy call to the president of USEP USEPSat , 26 Nov 08.00 – 15.00  IT training to develop video SID presentationSun, 27 Nov  Free time6|Page
  10. 10. b. Week 2 Day Time Program VenueMon, 28 Nov 08.00 – 17.00  Pair works: MappingCompetencies PWC  Developing learning materials DDC  Classroom ObservationTue, 29 Nov 09.00 – 15.00  Pair works: MappingCompetencies PWC  Developing learning materials DDC  Classroom Observation 16.00 – 21.00  Training SEA Cyberclass SIDWed, 30 Nov 08.00 – 15.00  Pair works: MappingCompetencies PWC  Developing learning materials DDC  Classroom Observation 16.00 – 21.00  Training SEA Cyberclass SIDThu, 1 Dec 08.00 – 15.00  Pair works: MappingCompetencies PWC  Developing learning materials DDC  Classroom Participation Tagum Trade School 16.00 – 21.00  Training SEA Cyberclass SIDFri, 2 Dec 08.00 – 15.00  Pair works: MappingCompetencies PWC  Developing learning materials DDC  Classroom Participation Tagum Trade School 16.00 – 21.00  Training SEA Cyberclass SIDSat , 3 Dec 13.00  Returning to Indonesia7|Page
  11. 11. J. Certification All participants, both Indonesians and Philippines get certificate of participation from SEAMOLEC as a token of appreciation to the participants.K. Follow-Up Activity and Expected Up-ComingEvents Participants were expected to develop one topic into a full package of web- based course during the training. Each participant was to be a resource person to disseminate their knowledge and skills to their colleagues in their respective institution. Expected Up-Coming Events  Philippines Teachers to visit their partners in Indonesia  Student exchange:  Classroom participation  Internship program8|Page
  12. 12. L. AttachmentsAttachmentInstructors and Facilitators Jaslin Ikhsan Abdul Rizal Adompo Supandi Mangasa Aritonang Besty PriyandhiniDeputy Director for Training Officer Principle Training Manager Training Officer Administration SEAMOLEC SMKN 4 Malang SEAMOLEC SEAMOLEC SEAMOLECPictures of Activities Courtesy Call to Acting Consulate General Republic of Indonesia, Davao City Philippines9|Page
  13. 13. Training Session in Class Opening Ceremony Training SEA Cyberclass at Consulate General Republic of Indonesia, Davao City Philippines10 | P a g e
  14. 14. Visit to Philippines Woman Collage Visit to University Southern East Philippines11 | P a g e

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