HO W WE CAN WO RK TOGETHE R                                   Regional Coordinators                                       ...
COM MUNITY e-LEARNING CEN TERSFOR OUT-OF-SCHO OL YOUTH AND ADULTS                          eSkwela: ang kwelang eskwela!  ...
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  1. 1. HO W WE CAN WO RK TOGETHE R Regional Coordinators Region Contact InformationPotential local partners, such as local government 1 Ms. Vivian Luz S. Pagatpatanunits, non-government organizations, civic groups, DepED Region I, San Fernando City, La Union * 072-607 8183and schools who are interested in setting up an 2 Mr. Romulo S. AnchetaeSkwela Center in your community may contact DepED Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya RO 2 * 078 805-3828designated eSkwela Regional Coordinator or log on 3 Mr. Reynaldo F. Licayto http://alseSkwela.ning.com for more details. DepED RO III, Government Center, Maimpis, City of San Fernando, Pampanga * 045 455-2314 CAR Mr. Jose A. BogwanaPROCESS FLOW FOR CENTER S ET-UP Wangal, La Trinidad, Benguet * 074 422-5187 NCR Dr. Felicino C. Trongco1. Contact the designated eSkwela Regional Misamis St., Bago Bantay, Quezon City * 02 929-4348 Coordinator (RC). 4A Ms. Elaine T. Balaogan DepEd RO-IV-A, Karangalan Drive, Karangalan Village, Cainta, Rizal2. Download, fill up, and submit the eSkwela * 02 647-6886 Application Form. 4B Ms. Mariflor B. Musa3. The RC assesses the Application Form and DepED RO IV, MIMAROPA, Meralco Ave. Cor. St. Paul Road, Pasig City * 02 637-2912 * 02 637-3139 communicates with the designated point person. 5 Mr. Ricardo M. Tejeresas4. The RC conducts social mobilization activities Rawis, Legazpi City * 052 482-0369 (i.e. meeting with major community 6 stakeholders). 7 Dr. Vivian L. Yarte DepED RO VII, Lahug, Cebu City * 032 414-7323 * 032 414-73255. Site-specific activities: 8 Dr. Victoria A. Briones • Formation of the local Steering Committee DepED RO VIII, Candahug, Palo, Leyte * 053 323-3854 and conduct of meeting to discuss 9 Ms. Lucena Yañez partnership parameters of partnership. DepED RO IX, Airport Road, Tiguma, Pagadian City * 062 215-3794 * 062 215-3751 • Legal documents are drafted. 10 Ms. Edith B. Lago-Ortega • Detailed check of infrastructure set-up. DepED Cagayan de Oro, Yacapin Cor. Velez CDO * 8822 724-969 • Community selects designated site personnel 11 Ms. Henry Antonio R. Pasquito based on required roles and competencies. DepED RO XI, F. Torres St., Davao City * • Conduct of personnel training, if needed. 082-227-9342 * 082-221-61476. Community conducts learner-enrollment process. 12 Mr. Johnny M. Sumugat DepED RO XII Carpenter Hill, Koronadal City * 083 228-88257. Personnel prepare the Center including the 13 Ms. Marilyn F. Antiquina Learning Management System. DepED RO Butuan City * 085 342-8207 * 085 342-59698. Community launches and operates the Center as ARMM well as ensures its sustainability - regular monitoring and evaluation activities will be Official Website http://alseskwela.ning.com conducted.
  2. 2. COM MUNITY e-LEARNING CEN TERSFOR OUT-OF-SCHO OL YOUTH AND ADULTS eSkwela: ang kwelang eskwela! At the heart of the eSkwela is the Instructional Model that supports aeSkwela Centers are blended type of project-based learning, which aims to build a learningcommunity-based e-learning environment where learners engage in activities that encourage them tocenters that provide ICT- acquire and apply life skills. Through module packages composed ofsupported learning sessions interactive module guides and e-learning modules, facilitators promote self-to learners who wish to paced learning with the appropriate use of various ICT resources and toolsfinish their basic education for learning, communication, collaboration, and assessment.requirements or to gainrelevant life skills for INSTRUCTIONAL MODELpersonal growth, highereducation, or employment EVIDENCE OF SUCC ESS The effects are felt where it matters most: in the. marginalized poor, with housewives, with theeSkwela boasts of 283 e-learning modules and Expanding to 90 (105 by mid-May 2011) from an disabled – sectorscorresponding module guides for the Accreditation initial 4 pilot sites, the eSkwela Centers around the that haveand Equivalency Program. It also has four (4) TESDA country are living testimonials to the potentials of traditionally gottenlivelihood e-courses. These are all available for free. ICT in education by broadening access to quality the short shrift in educational opportunities for learners who would like the one-size-fits-alleSkwela relies heavily on community stakeholders by a new lease on life. arena of formalsetting-up, managing, and financing the centers’ education.operations as well as providing support for “community-based projects. These include provision For its efforts, We all know that our formal educationof infrastructure requirements - specifically the institutions only reach a minority of young Filipinos eSkwela wasspace/site, renovation of the proposed space, utilitiesincluding Internet connection, electricity and security, “ who should be in school. eSkwela is a perfect platform to go beyond the school system and reach those who are not in school, or even those beyond conferred a Certificate of Commendation by the UNESCO ICT in Education Innovation Awards 2007- 2008 and an Honorable Mention Award by the 2010and more importantly, the means to sustain the Philippine borders.Center operations. Local DepEd-ALS Divisions and UNESCO King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa Prize for theNGOs come in by designating dedicated learning Ms. Evangeline Lourdes Arroyo-Bernas, Use of Information and Communication Technologiesfacilitators and center staff for the learning centers. eSkwela Conference 2009 in Education. It has also been named as a Laureate of the 2011 Computerworld Honors Program.