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Commission on

Information and Communication


Technology

ICT for Education

eSkwela
Human Capital Development Group, CICT
Digital Economy

We are living in a new economy…


• powered by technology
• fueled by information
• driven by knowledge.

-Secretary’s Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS),


US Dept of Labor, 1991

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“instant” universal access • real-time interactivity • active participation

wide fast-paced
media reach R&D
KNOWLEDGE
SOCIETY
increased rapid
globalization changes

need for globally competitive knowledge workers


adaptability • initiative • innovation • collaboration • lifelong learning
Growing up Digital:
THE NET GENERATION

• techno-natives (kids) vs.


techno-migrants (us)
 “instant”/ “copy-paste” generation
• interactive Internet use: winning
over passive TV-watching

20th C Worker 21st C Knowledge Worker


 1 to 2 jobs in a lifetime  10 to 15 jobs in a lifetime
 must be good at specialization  must be good at generic skills and
and what was taught (i.e. what was not taught (i.e. critical
mastery) thinking)

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Digital Divide video
DIGITAL AGE READINESS

INFORMATION AGE DIGITAL WORLD

21st CENTURY SKILLS


= lifelong learning
“Without 21st century skills, students are being prepared
to succeed in yesterday’s world – not tomorrow’s.”
– enGauge: 21st Century Skills

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LITERACY IN THE DIGITAL AGE

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& Re

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Adapted from: Holmes & Garndner. E-Learning: Concepts and Practice. 2006.
ICT4E

21st C LEARNERS RELEVANT


ENVIRONMENT
effective
teacher
facilitation

MEANINGFUL EDUCATION
ICTs when used appropriately  enhanced teaching and learning

ACCESS • NETWORKING • VOICE


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- definition taken from the European e-Learning Action Plan, 200
ICT4E
Findings

fully supports Constructivism


Cognitive Constructivism
Social Constructivism
Communal Constructivism
Planning for ICT4E
Effective ICT4E
“simply putting computers into schools is not enough
to impact student learning”

Infrastructure and connectivity

appropriate and relevant content

ample and appropriate training on ICT and


corresponding student-centered pedagogy

reliable tech support & continued ICT4E


training

school leadership, appropriate policy


framework (system changes, incentives,
and sustainability), curriculum changes
NICS-Teachers
DOMAINS AREAS OF CONCERN
Social social, ethical, legal and human issues, and
community linkage

Technologicaltechnical operations and concept, and


productivity

Pedagogical various components of the instruction process:


– planning and designing effective learning
environments and experiences
– implementing, facilitating and monitoring
teaching and learning strategies
– assessing and evaluating student learning and
performances
Professional professional growth and development, research,
innovation and collaboration
with draft Key Performance Indicators already
Teacher Training
Standards

Specializing in the Stage 4: Creating innovative


use of ICT Transforming learning
environments
Understanding how to Stage 3: Infusing Facilitating learning
use ICT

Learning how to use Stage 2: Applying Enhancing traditional


ICT teaching
Becoming aware of Stage 1: Emerging Supporting work
ICT performance
Stages of ICT Stages of ICT Pedagogical
Usage Development Usages of ICT
From Padongchart, S. A Curriculum Framework for Integrating ICT and Pedagogy in Teacher
Education. National Training Programme for Teacher Educators on ICT-Pedagogy Integration
Training Manual. UNESCO-Bangkok. June 2006.
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ICT in Education
documen
YM research
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explore e communicate
blogg
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spreadshee discuss
emai
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create
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faceboo ate

foru k
socialize
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google r
friendster publish
earth
flick
comment
jobstre google
SOME Useful Sites
URL Description
http://www.ischoolwebboard.orgfree.com/
iSchool Webboard – online resources for
Philippine Public HS & online lessons by
Philippine teachers
http://www.aralanetdesk.com/ Aralanet – online resources for Philippine
Public HS
http://www.upd.edu.ph/~dilc/htm/LO-list.htm
UP Diliman Interactive Learning Center’s
repository of learning objects
http://www.pilipinasschoolnet.net/
Pilipinas SchoolNet network with sample
webquests by Philippine teachers
http://www.teach-nology.com/ Teaching Tools and Resources for
teachers by teachers
http://school.discovery.com/teachingtools/teachingtools.html
Online educational resources from
Discovery Channel
http://www.skoool.com/ Online portal for Intel’s Skoool Program
(various countries)
http://bestwebquests.com Portal for best webquests on various
topics
RLs from: iSchools and eSkwela Training Mauals, CICT, 2007.
SOME Useful Sites
URL Description
http://besd.becta.org.uk BECTA’s Educational Software Database
http://www.teem.org.uk Teachers Evaluating Educational Multimedia

http://ocw.mit.edu/index.htl MIT OpenCourseware


http://www.colorado.edu/physics/phet/simulations-base.html
University of Colorado Physics Education
site (try Sound Simulation)
http://www.slf-ruhr-uni-bochum.de/etandem/etproj-en.html
eTandem Europe – learning a language (and
a culture) uwith a partner

http://schmooze.hunter.cuny.edu
NYU’s virtual site for non-native English
speakers
http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/splash.htm
Time of Art History by the Metropolitan
Museum of Art
http://www.engr.ncsu.edu/learningstyles/ilsweb.html
Questionnaire on Learning Styles

Ls from: Holmes & Garndner. E-Learning: Concepts and Practice. 2006.


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Commission on
Information and Communication
Technology

ICT4E in the Philippines


ICT4E Support in the
Philippines

• UN Millennium Development Goals


• PGMA’s 10-point Agenda: EFA (Education for
All)
• Medium Term Development Plan of the
Philippines (MTPDP) 2004-2010
• the National Framework Plan for ICTs in Basic
Education (2005-2010)
• the 2002 Basic Education Curriculum (BEC)
• DepEd’s Strategic Framework on ICT4E (2006)
• DepEd’s ICT4E Master Plan (2006)

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Table of Activities in ICT for Education: other groups
Educators Applications Content Dev Infrastructure
Training Dev Deployment

Elem  DepEd • DepEd’s • DOST-SEI • DepEd


 DTI MONET & BEIS • UP NISMED • LGUs
 DOST-SEI • various OSS • UP DILC
 CHED (Pre- groups, Intel, • DIWA & other
service) MSU-IIT, UP, commercial publishers
 SUC TEIs BU, LSU, etc. • Knowledge Ch
 Private TEIs
 Intel Teach to
HS the Future • DOST-SEI • DepEd
 MS PIL • UP NISMED • DTI
 WorldLinks/ • UP DILC • MEDCo
SchoolNet/ FIT- • SEAMEO Innotech • DOST
ED • DIWA & other • LGUs
 Camp@Apple commercial publishers • USAID-GEM/CLIC
 GILAS • Intel’s skoool • GILAS
 UNESCO • Knowledge Ch • FIT-ED
workshops • SEAMEO Innotech
• Smart Schools

ALS • Consuelo Foundation


• Don Bosco
• CITE
• SCL

• UP • own initiatives
CICT's ICT4E:
Comprehensive Approach

Educators Applications Content Dev Infrastructure


Training Dev Deployment

Elem For implementation

HS

ALS

Tertiary (Infra:
eQuality, CeCs, Regional ICTonly for pilot)
Centers
&
Community

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A long way to go...

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