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  • VISION, GOAL AND OBJECTIVES: ERDA envisions a nation where all children will have access to quality education that they might have a decent human life; and prepare children for a better future.
  • linkages and networking with organizations

    1. 1. THE SCHOOL AND THE GLOBAL COMMUNITY (topic outline-lesson 6) A ppt. presentations in completion of EDUC 12-The Teaching Profession Subject in SLP Ist Sem., c/y 2013-2014 @ BISCAST Facilitated by Group 4 LINKAGES AND NETWORKING WITH ORGANIZATIONS -Mr. Nestor San Juan Jr. BECOMING A GLOBAL TEACHER -Ms. Jhanel Nuñez MULTICULTURAL DIVERSITY: A Challenge to Global Teacher -Mr. Romeo Nuñez THE TEACHER EXCHANGE PROGRAM -Ms. Beth Togño ROLES OF TECHNOLOGY IN ACHIEVING THE GOAL OF LEARNING FOR UNDERSTANDING - John Cabral TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS FOR TEACHING -Ms. Lani Hernandez
    3. 3. Intro: The school can enjoy linkages and networking activities with international, national and local organizations in the community for mutual benefits and assistance needed.
    4. 4. Objective : Deliver quality educational services for country’s youth Return of Objective: Enormous contributions of the willing partners deserve the community’s commendation and patronage
    5. 5. Steps : Prepare a list of projects and acti1. vities to undertake including the much -needed assistance in terms of human and material resources II. Determine the institution and organization with parallel objectives and services a. Joint scheme could be worked out with higher education institution offering degrees along the same line such as teacher education b. School could also benefit immen – sely from agencies whose mission includes corporate social responsibility
    6. 6. WORKING LINKAGES AND NETWORKING BETWEEN SCHOOLS NATIONWIDE: LINKAGES: I. International Linkages II. National and Local Linkages NETWORKING: I. Networking with Professional Organizations II. Networking with Foundation III. Networking with Government Offices IV. Networking with Media
    7. 7. Linkage and networking are different in the degree of commitment by the partners. In linkage, the relationship between partner organizations is quite loose, while in networking, it is much stronger, usually because the groups and agencies have common objectives and beneficiaries. Networking is basically extending the outreach of the resources in different ways so as to increase the effectiveness of the program. The areas of operation can also be increased through networking. (
    8. 8. LINKAGES (INTERCONNECTION) -Intends to serve members of both sides according to their respective needs, interest, and objectives - Create bonds together to solicit support and assistance for purposeful activities
    9. 9. LINKAGES: I. International Linkages: a. Pi Lambda Theta • An international honor society and professional association of • women educators • Its main project is ETP (Excellence in Teaching Project), • Honors outstanding student teachers from college of education •As a professional association, its purpose is to stimulate independentthinking educators who can ask critical questions to improve educational policies and practices. b. INNOTECH • It is the center for training educational leaders from southeast region under the SEAMEO organization. • It upgrades the competencies of teacher from region in all disciplines • It updates teachers’ knowledge and skills in implementing alternative learning systems
    10. 10. International Linkages: cont.. Council for Curriculum and Instruction (WCCI) c. World • It holds conferences in different member countries annually which is participated in by members of the local chapter •It promotes that educators have a responsibility to ensure that education contributes to the promotion of equity, peace, and the universal realization of human rights. d. Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) • A nonprofit, nonpartisan membership organization that develops programs, products, and services essential to the way educators learn, teach and lead • Also an educational leadership organization dedicated to advancing best practices and policies for the success of each learner •What Works in Schools are the focus of much of its professional development offerings
    11. 11. LINKAGES: II. National and Local Linkages: a. It is established between universities and colleges offering identical degrees in which cross-enrolment for subjects needed for graduation is allowed b. It is also a joint researches that could be conducted by two or three universities depending on their field of expertise
    12. 12. NETWORKING -A network compose of several institution (consortium) of several colleges of different universities that binds together for a common goal -Work together to attain common objectives, undertake innovative practices and update members regarding breakthrough in different disciplines
    13. 13. NETWORKING (www. -The Philippine Education Network Project is a directory of all education providers all over the Philippines. The project aims to be an online source of information on various schools, colleges, and universities in the country. - They believe that basic data and contact information about the different learning institutions in the country should be made available to the public.
    14. 14. NETWORKING I. Networking with Professional Organizations 1. Consortium among Universities and Colleges -Science teachers from each university met regularly for discussion on best practices, and they even wrote a book which can be use by their respective students a. Taft Consortium b. Mendiola Consortium 2. With Subject Specialist a. BIOTA b. MATHED c. The Physics Teachers Association d. The Chemistry teachers Association
    15. 15. NETWORKING Networking with Professional Organizations cont.. 3. Teacher Educational Institution a. The Philippine Association for Teacher Education (PAFTE) b. State Universities and Colleges Teacher Educators’ Association (SUCTEA) 4. National Organization a. Federation of Accrediting Association of the Philippines (FAAP) b. The Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA) c. Association for Accrediting Colleges and Universities of the Philippines
    16. 16. II. Networking with Foundation 1. Educational Research and Development Assistance Foundation, Inc. • Supports programs and services in health, livelihood, and continuing education • It organizes 128 children associations nationwide (National Federation of Children’s Associations of the Philippines) • A dynamic human development organization committed to create and sustain services for economically and socially disadvantaged children, youth, women, families and communities • They envisions a nation where all children will have access to quality education that they might have a decent human life; and prepare children for a better future 2. Metrobank foundation, Inc.-It recognizes and honors outstanding teachers of the three educational levels from school nationwide. “SEARCH FOR OUTSTANDING TEACHERS” • They also support 30 teacher education students, 15 each from third and fourth year level that are identified as Centers of Excellence in Teacher Education in coordination with Pi Lambda Theta
    17. 17. Networking with Foundation Cont.. 3. Network of Outstanding teachers and Educators (NOTED) • It nurture a culture of excellence and service among educators through professional development, publications, research, and advocacy in active partnership with government and non-government organization They are under the Metro Bank Foundation and an honor society composed of the winners of the SOT. Organized in 1997 and is committed to nurturing a culture of excellence and service among educators through research, publications, professional development, and advocacy in partnership with government and non-government organizations. All winners of the SOT are automatically granted membership to NOTED. 4. Ayala Foundation, Inc. (AFI) • It extends benefits of recent technological developments to a greater number of men, women and children 5. GMA Foundation • Its mission is to give hope and a future to the Filipino family by safeguarding human rights and upgrading standards of education
    18. 18. Networking with Foundation Cont.. 6. SM Foundation, Inc. • Its aim is to Education Literacy 7. Foundation for Upgrading Standard Education (FUSE) • Supports training programs for teachers of English, Science, and Mathematics via CONSTEL (Continuing Studies via Television) 8. Philippine Foundation for Science and Technology (PFST) • Consist of Science exhibits which are visited by school children via the Science Centrums all over the Philippines
    19. 19. Networking with Foundation Cont.. 9. Book for the Barrio and Asia Foundation • Donate books and other printed materials in schools 10. Bato Balani Foundation • Honors teachers through a “Tribute to Teachers” program 11. Philippine Business for Education (PBeD) • It response to the need for consensus and sustained advocacy in education reform
    20. 20. III. Networking with Government Offices 1. Literacy Coordinating Council (LCC) • Train trainors who handle literacy training courses among the youth 2. The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) • Supports undergraduate and graduate scholarship programs in science and mathematics in the Regional Science Teaching Centers 3. The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) • Organizes Technical Panels for all profession and benchmark the curricula of all degree with international standards 4. The Teacher Education Council (TEC) • Focuses on teacher education policies and standards
    21. 21. IV. Networking with Media 1. ABS-CBN and GMA • Through its educational broadcast, it provides assistance to children and teachers 2. Government and Private Channels • Includes award-winning entries to national competition in the field of education, sports and healthcare
    22. 22. Networking with Media Cont.. 3. Historic and Cultural Events 4. Publication and Prints • Daily newspapers and magazines becomes a source of information 5. Projected Materials • Educational films and projected documentaries
    23. 23. “As a professional teacher, you are able to give better service to your students and to other education stakeholders in the community if you are connected to a network of possible sources of educational assistance” (Bilbao, P.P.,, 2012)
    27. 27. NGO DONATIONS/ASSISTANCE Scholars, Technologies, and Books
    28. 28. OTHER DONATIONS/ASSISTANCE ENJOYED BY THE SCHOOL/S School Alumni School Alumni conducting a medical missions
    29. 29. OTHER DONATIONS/ASSISTANCE ENJOYED BY THE SCHOOL/S School building donations School Bldg./s donated by the “SM Foundation, Inc.”
    30. 30. Video materials donated by the “Knowledge Channel” Audio/ Video Room Books donated by the “Sa Aklat Sisikat Foundation, Inc.” Books Computers, Large LCD Screen, and Computer materials donated by the “FUSE via CONSTEL Program” Computers and CD’s School Instructional learning center