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Educational Planning and Management - 2014 Trends

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Educational Planning and Management Trends of 2014

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Educational Planning and Management - 2014 Trends

  1. 1. Planning and Development School Planning and Management Trends 2014
  2. 2. Trend #1: More Emphasis on MI Identical schools in terms of facilities do not equate to equal opportunity for learners. This one-size-fits-all approach is disappearing. • Pro: Schools cater to learners’ specific needs based on their unique skills and talents. • Con: Uncertainty in terms of enrolment, uncertainty in terms of facilities needs, and uncertainty in terms of expenses.
  3. 3. Trend #2: Technology in Instructional Delivery • Pro: Keeping abreast with the development in technology and making the most out of it. • Con: Costly education; needs technology competent teachers.
  4. 4. Trend #3: Labs over Classrooms There will be a preference of laboratories and learning centers over standard academic classrooms. These are also offered for community/business use. • Pro: Multipurpose classrooms • Con: Costly facilities; increased utilities expenses
  5. 5. Trend #4: The Evolution of Instructional Materials Paperless instructions – more use of instructional materials in digital forms on CDs, DVDs, or accessed via the Internet. • Pro: Paperless; interactive IMs • Con: Electrical service, internet connection, computer networks, air- cooling system, soundproofing devices needed in the learning environment
  6. 6. How to Provide School Facilities that meets Current and Future Needs in a Community 1. Constantly scan the environment. 2. Communicate regularly with educators, the community, businesses, and policy makers. 3. Stay aware of current educational, design, and environmental issues.
  7. 7. Thinking beyond Today for Effective Planning • These questions must be asked on an ongoing basis: • 1. What is emerging in educational practice that may affect school design tomorrow? • 2. What is happening with the demographic composition of my community that may change how education must be delivered or what taxpayers are willing to support? • 3. Does quality research exist that indicates education can be delivered in a more efficient, effective manner?
  8. 8. Only if such questions are addressed can we hope that the school facilities of tomorrow will adequately support the educational programs of the day. Thank you for listening! Reporters: Ma. Angelica Maghinang- Domingo Roxanne M. Delos Reyes Reference: Mt. Lebanon School District: http://www.mtlsd.org/district/

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