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Stakeholders
DED231: The Social Context of Teaching and Learning

by Amanda Soo, Gladys Zhang, Tan Hui Li,
Mary Seah, Sabirah Husnah, Suria Sukhidir, Siew Wei Jian Vincent
Objective
By the end of the lesson, student teachers will be able to:

identify who and what are the Stakeholders in Education
understand the significance and roles of Stakeholders
know the interests of the different Stakeholders
know as a beginning art teacher, which Stakeholders do we engage?

Prior Knowledge
Topic 1:
Key Education Policy Initiatives

Topic 2:
The Singapore Educational System:
Issues of Inequality
Challenges of Singapore
A small country which must stay open to remain relevant to the world therefore feels the effects of
globalization.


A country with no natural resources thus it is a necessity to develop our people to their fullest to survive.

Stakeholders in
Singapore Education
Conclusion
Stakeholders play a significant role in the education system, as they
assist and support schools in delivering quality education
to students

This results in a stable, successful and growing economy through:

Ensured
global competitiveness
with high productivity
by capable workforce

Which
promotes technological advances and entrepreneurship


Attracting multinational corporations and foreign investors

- Higher Employability
Table of Contents
Suggested 'Ecosystem' of Stakeholders
Community
Volunteers
Social
Workers
Health
Organizations
Philanthropic
Groups
Business
and
Industry
Stakeholders in Education:
Students
Understand the value of Education, with a desire to learn

Have civic responsibility

Recognize their identity as Singaporeans and develop a sense of pride

Maintain respect for authority and show care towards others

Work well independently while being a team player, with passion, pride and purpose reflected in their work.

Develop a moral compass with reference from Parents and Teachers

Stakeholders in Education:
Teachers
Sustained interest in professional development

Impart the sense of patriotism for the country in Students

Be a role model and continually develop intrinsic moral values and character in students

Trust in their calling to influence young impressionable minds

Help students learn teamwork, innovation, creativity and enterprise

Challenge, motivate and direct students to finding their potential


Stakeholders in Education:
Parents
Inculcate responsibility and good citizenship in their children/grandchildren

Be role models and take responsibility for the development of their children/grandchildren

Give support to schools in their efforts to educate their children

Be interested in what their children/grandchildren are doing by showing care and concern.



Specific Instructional Objectives
Prior Knowledge
Education and Economy: The Co-Relation of Stakeholders in Globalization
What Are Stakeholders in Education?
Activity 1: Word Splash
Who Are the Stakeholders in Education?
Suggested 'Ecosystem' of Stakeholders in Education
Key Stakeholder in Education: Students
Key Stakeholders in Education: Teachers
Key Stakeholders in Education: Parents
Other Stakeholders in Education
Activity 2: Debate
Activity 3: Kahoot Quiz
Conclusion
Bibliography

Stakeholders in Education:
Parents
“Through the dialogue,
we are able to know why our child obtained a certain grade, and this helps us to guide our child better.
For example, the performance task that my child demonstrated made me understand her strengths and weaknesses, so I know that although she is a confident reader, she has to pay more attention to pronunciation,' said Mdm Sobbina Wong, one of the parents who have found the 3D dialogue helpful. “



https://schoolbag.sg/story/building-strong-partnership-among-parents-teachers-and-pupils-through-dialogues#.VeVQRXu7n_5

Importance of SIE for Education:
Mr Heng Swee Keat
As the African saying goes, “It takes a village to raise a child”. This saying remains relevant and true to this day and I commend Ping Yi Secondary School for your strong support and efforts to engage and actively involve parents, stakeholders and partners in school programmes and school improvement.

By
fostering a close and collaborative partnership with its stakeholders
and partners through school engagement and community projects, the school has been able to garner support to
help it deliver the holistic and quality education it seeks to provide to all its students.

https://www.facebook.com/hengsweekeat/posts/751628311542363
Stakeholders in Education:
Teachers
The classroom teacher is
an influential factor that determines the success of a curriculum

as he would be the one who takes the
responsibility to implement it and ensures meeting the students’ needs
.
He is one of the
major stakeholders

whom we highly consider in the process of designing the curriculum.


http://gulfnews.com/culture/education/the-classroom-teacher-is-a-major-stakeholder-1.1200247
- Ahmad O. Bourini (Award Winning Curriculum Specialist)
Who are Stakeholders?
Title
Content page
& SIO

Mary:
Introduction

Suria:
External

Amanda:
Content

Gladys:
External

Vincent:
Approach/Conclusion(?)

Huili:
Internal

Activity 1:
Brainstorming

Education in Singapore
Intrinsic Values
Developing unique individuals
Appreciate our roles and responsibilities to our fellow men, as citizens of our nation and as a member of our global community

Extrinsic Value
Important pillar for a
competitive economy
Know the importance of education qualifications, as it helps students to fulfill their future aspirations

Interaction and integration among the people, companies, and governments of different nations.
Competitiveness of an economy

Long term profitability and productivity

World Competitiveness Ranking 2015 based on 61 countries:
Top 3 are US, Hong Kong and Singapore

Link between Education and the Economy


Workforce
(Economy)
Students


Investment in
Education
Why do we need Stakeholders in Education?
Education is a valuable human resource for Singapore to sustain and improve its high economy.

To
improve the economy,
we need to
improve education.




Quality education (Demand) = Quality Resources (Supply)

Therefore, the collaboration with Stakeholders is vital so as to assist educators and institutions in providing higher quality learning.
As an Art BT, which Stakeholder will we be working closely with to aid teaching and why?

Activity 2: Discussion
Community
Understands and recognizes the talents, abilities and the value of every child

Impart and demonstrate the right moral compass to the younger generation

Foundation of support for families and students who require assistance

Encourages the young to engage in the community
Offers scholarships and bursaries to students and teachers

Collaborates with schools to
structure
effective
practices and policies
Works together with schools to clearly address policies to public
Desired Outcomes of Education
Works with other GA and NGOs to formulate effective programmes and practices
Outlines strategic directions for schools

Principals
Practices the educational policies effectively and apply them so as to cater school conditions

Role models; transmit deep sense of mission

Building close ties with parents, alumni and the community for a supportive community

Construct a nurturing environment for learning for students and staff

Continually engage parents and students in vision



Alumni Associations


Advices and supports the school programmes and functions.

Offers sponsorship and raises funds for developmental, infrastructural and enrichment activities

Provides networking between the school and community.

Provides mutual benefit and quality for industry and parents

Acts as role model of active citizenship for students

Provides moral support and encouragement to the Principal and staff


External stakeholders
Provides opportunities for the young to experience the world of work

Collaborates with schools to formulate effective programmes for the young such as offering work related projects

Supports placement opportunities for the professional development of teachers

Offers scholarships and bursaries to students and teachers


MOE HQ

Demonstrate loyalty and responsibility for future generations by supporting the school, giving recognition to the teachers

Part of school’s history

Mentors and role models to students

Offers scholarships and bursaries to students and teachers

Provides industrial connections for work experiences ie; Raise funds for school facilities and providing financial assistance








End
Heng, S.K. (2012). ‘Education for Competitiveness and Growth’. Address at the Singapore Conference, February 2012.

Khong, L.Y.L. (2012). Stakeholder-School Partnerships: Tapping into a strategic advantage for the next decade. In J. Tan (ed). Education in Singapore: Taking Stock, Looking Forward. Singapore: Pearson.

Khong, L. Y. L. (2008). School-stakeholder partnerships: Building school cultures for stronger links. In J. Tan & P. T. Ng (eds.), Thinking Schools, Learning Nation: Contemporary Issues and Challenges (pp. 39-50). Singapore: Pearson Prentice Hall.
Ministry of Education (2014-15). Recent Speeches and Press Releases.

‘Building on Trust, Partnering as One’
http://parents-in-education.moe.gov.sg/parents-in-education/building-on-trust-partnering-as-one

‘Parents’ Role in Education’
http://parents-in-education.moe.gov.sg/parents-in-education/parents-role-in-education

‘Building Strong Partnership among Parents, Teachers and Pupils through Dialogues’ http://www.schoolbag.sg/archives/2013/07/fostering_strong_partnership_a.php


Bibliography
Bibliography
Heng, S.K. (2012). Speech at the 6th Teachers’ Conference 2012.

McKinsey & Co. (2007). See http://www.mckinseyonsociety.com/downloads/reports/Education/Worlds_School_Systems_Final.pdf

Schwab, K. (Ed). (2014). The Global Competitiveness Report 2011-2012. Geneva, Switzerland: World Economic Forum.
http://www.weforum.org/reports/global-competitiveness-report-2014-2015

United Nations Development Programme (2014). Sustaining Human Progress: Reducing Vulnerabilities and Building Resilience. Human Development Report.
http://hdr.undp.org/sites/all/themes/hdr_theme/country-notes/SGP.pdf

IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook. (2015). World Competitiveness Center, International Institute for Management Development.
http://www.imd.org/news/IMD-releases-its-2015-World-Competitiveness-Ranking.cfm

MOE HQ
Principals
Parents
Students
Students
Parents
Teachers
Principals
MOE HQ
Alumni
School Advisory Council
Service Providers & Suppliers
Community Volunteers
Social Workers
Health Organizations
Philanthropic Groups
Alumni
School
Advisory
Councils
Vendors
Service
providers
Economy
Education
Teachers
Sabirah:
Internal

What are Stakeholders in Education?


Stakeholders refer to anyone interested and invested in the welfare and success of a school and its students.

School Management Council
GO
NGO
Museum
Instructors
Bus Drivers
Councilors
Administrators
SCDF
CNB
Partner Schools
NEA
Technicians
Internal Stakeholders

Community
MOE HQ

Principals
School Advisory panel
External Vendors as Stakeholders:


School Advisory Panel
http://ema.sagepub.com/content/41/2/214.short
http://www.moe.gov.sg/media/press/2015/05/more-opportunities-for-sec-sch-students-develop-talent-in-art-music.php
http://www.moe.gov.sg/media/press/2015/08/92-students-awarded-the-singapore-industry-scholarship.php
http://www.moe.gov.sg/compass/
http://www.moe.gov.sg/compass/activities/school-home-partnerships-2013/
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