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Current Educational Trends

(MST EdtEch Edu 221B) I don't own the photos in the presentation.
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Current Educational Trends
• 3.
access to MFI

(DepEd Memo No. 533, s.2000)

What is the proposed K-12 curriculum
what's hip or popular at a certain point in time.
to veer in a new direction
While a trend usually refers to a certain style in fashion or entertainment, there are also trends in education
to extend in a general direction
follow a general course
"All children should learn together, wherever possible, regardless of any difficulties or difference they may have."
• 1.
Provide adult citizens, thed isabled, and out-of-school youth with training in civics, vocational efficiency, and other skills
(Constitution of the Philippines 1987, Art. XIV, Sec. 2,)

•2. Creating the EFA National Committee
(Proclamation No. 480, dated October 16, 1989)

•4. (DepEd Memo No. 110, s. 1999)
TESDA skills training programs

•5. DepEd Order No. 20, s.2000
a chance to acquire eligibility for government employment positions under CSC Resolution No.499

(The Salamanca Statement on Principles, Policy and Practice in Special Education.)
provides a viable alternative to the existing formal education instruction, encompassing both the non-formal and informal sources of knowledge and skills.
What is ALS?
is a free education program implemented by the Dep Ed
benefits those who cannot afford formal schooling and follows whatever is their available schedule
What is the ALS Accreditation and Equivalency Test?
The ALS A&E Test formerly the Non-formal Education A&E Test is one of the four components of the ALS A&E (then NFE A&E). It offers the successful test takers certification of learning achievements at two learning levels – Elementary and Secondary – that is comparable to the formal school system. The ALS A&E Tests in both levels are standardized paper and pencil-based tests and use multiple-choice test and composition writing. The test items are based on the learning competencies of the five learning strands of the ALS Curriculum.
Who are the target clienteles of the ALS A&E Test?
Filipino Out-of-School Youth (OSY)
Adults at least 11 years old (for elementary level test) and at least 15 years old (for the secondary level test)
who are basically literate.
They may include:
unemployed/underemployed OSYs and adults
elementary and secondary school drop-outs/leavers
industry-based workers, housewives, maids, factory workers, drivers
members of cultural minorities / indigenous peoples
persons with disabilities / physically challenged
inmates, rebel / soldier integrees
COMPONENTS OF ALS
1. Basic Literacy Program (BLP)
2. Accreditation and Equivalency Program(A&E)
3. Indigenous Peoples Education Project (IP)
4. Informal Education (InfED)
5. SPECIAL PROJECT (ALS – DAP) and (ALIVE)
Non-passers of previous ALS A&E Tests
Benefits of passing the ALS A&E Test
1. A secondary level test passer is given a chance to mainstream in the formal education system of the country like:
* enroll in post college for degree or non-degree courses
* access to MFI and TESDA skills training programs
* and a chance to acquire eligibility for government employment positions under CSC Resolution No. 499
2. An elementary level test passer is qualified to enroll as freshman in the secondary level education
Vision for Children with Special Needs
 Adequately provided with basic education
 Full realization of the child’s potential for development and productivity as well as being capable of self-expression of his/her rights in the society.
 Develop the child to be God-loving and proud of being a Filipino.(DepEd statement)

"Education beyond the classroom where basic Learning Need be availed and be useful to one’s life and journey."
1. P.D. 603, Magna Carta Law forthe Disabled Person.
requires a disabled child to attend mainstream school
2. SPED Bill
disabled children’s access to education
3. DepEd Memo # 72, s 2009,Deped Order # 26, s 1997
SPED programs in all schools

GOALS and OBJECTIVES
Mainstreaming of CSN into the regular school system and eventually into the community.
Develop the maximum potential of the CSN to enable him to become self-reliant and shall be geared towards providing him with the opportunities for a full and happy life
Specific objective: The development and maximization of learning competencies as well as the inculcation of values to make the CSN a useful and effective member of society.
PREPARATION of IE
1. Change schools’ physical environments, such as providing ramps, better lighting, accessible toilets, etc.
2. Teacher training for inclusive education
3. Parent groups or parent support
4. Financial support
5. Accessible transport
6. Provision of textbooks and other classroom materials (including ICT) in accessible formats

1. Children with disabilities are enrolled in a regular school environment.
2. The same teachers teach children with disabilities and non-disabled students.
3. Curriculum is adapted to meet the needs of both disabled and non-disabled students.
4. All students study the same curriculum.

IMPLEMENTATION of IE
 Pull-in programming – SPED or related services delivering exclusively in the gen ed classroom.
 Co-teaching – Gen ed and SPED teachers team teaching
 Collaboration – Professionals working in partnerships to provide educational services
 Array of services – Constellation of SPED services, programs, personnel and educational placements
 Continuum of services – Describes each level of SPED as being more restrictive and coming in a lock-stepped sequence
 Consulting teacher – SPED teachers serving as resource to gen ed teachers.

What should be present in IE
by: Yenna Monica D. P.
TRENDS in CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
1. Learner centered
2. Activity based
3. Process oriented learning experiences
4. Social constructivism
5. Multiple intelligences
6. Critical Pedagogy (Issue based)
BILINGUAL EDUCATION
1. Article 14, sect 7 of 1987 constitution – ―for the purposes of communication and instruction, the official languages of the Philippines are Filipino and until otherwise provided by law, English.‖
2. DECS Order 52, s. 1987 – the policy of bilingual education aims to make every Filipino competent inboth Filipino and English at the national level
3. DECS defines bilingual as ―separate use of Filipino and English as media of instruction in specific subjects.‖

Mother Tongue Based- Multilingual Education
learning and using multiple languages in school
MT-based MLE includes four languages—the students’ mother tongue or first language (L1), the national language (L2), English (L3) and an optional another international language(L4) like French, mandarin, Japanese or it depends on the school.
The current situation―The choice of the language…is a recurrent challenge in the development of quality education...
Speakers of mother tongues, which are not the same as the national…language, are often at a considerable disadvantage in the educational system…‖
(UNESCO, 2003).
Example of a progression plan for teaching and using languages in a 3-language MT-Based MLE program
BENEFITS

 Reduced drop-out
 Reduced repetition
 Children are attending school.
 Children are learning.
 Parents and community are involved.
 It is more cost - effective to implement mother tongue programs

Early Childhood Care and Development (ECCD)
1. Art 15, Sec 2, 1987 Phil. Cons. – recognizes the―right of children to assistance, including proper care and nutrition, and special protection from all forms of neglect, abuse, cruelty, exploitation and other conditions prejudicial to their development.‖
2. UN Convention on the Rights of Child3. Education for All (EFA) agenda of DECS, 1990 envisioned 90% in 2000 of early childhood care and development either home-based services or kindergarten / nursery classes
NATURE OF THE LEARNER
•Has a body and spirit, intellect, free will, emotions, multiple intelligences, learning styles, culture.

•Constructor of knowledge and active maker of meaning not a passive recipient of information

NEEDS OF THE LEARNER
• Life skills
• Self-actualization
• Preparation for the world of work, entrepreneurship, higher education

PHILOSOPHICAL and LEGAL BASIS
•The 1987 Phil. Constitution
• B.P. 232, Education Act of 1982
• R.A. 9155, Philippine Governance Act
• The 4 pillars of education (UNESCO)
• The vision-mission statement of DepED
• The EDCOM Report of 1991
• BESRA


NEEDS OF NATIONAL and GLOBAL COMMUNITY
•Poverty reduction and human development
•Strengthening the moral fiber of the Filipino people
•Development of a strong sense of nationalism
•Development of productive citizen who contributes to the building of a progressive, just and humane society
•Ensuring environment sustainability
• Global partnership for development

K to 12 Curriculum is…
Enhancing the vocational skills of learners
Lengthening the years of schooling
Going back to the basics
Preparing the learners to a global market
Educational Technology: Current Trends and Future Directions
Include online learning,
Hybrid learning
Collaborative models

1. Standards, 21st Century Learning, and Higher-Order Thinking Skills
2. Classroom Examples
3. Web 2.0 Tools and Services (youtube, wordpress, slideshare,)
4. “Telecollaboration” (skype, twitter, hangouts, tumblr, wikispaces, googledocs,)
Crowdsourcing is about work that is sliced off and tasked to the crowd — globally — for pay. leading crowdsourcing platforms include Elance, oDesk, Freelancer, Amazon
Crowdsourcing is the practice of obtaining needed services, ideas, or content by soliciting contributions from a large group of people, and especially from an online community, rather than from traditional employees or suppliers.[1] This process is often used to subdivide tedious work or to fund-raise start up companies and charities, and can also occur offline.[2] It combines the efforts of numerous self-identified volunteers or part-time workers, where each contributor of their own initiative adds a small portion to the greater result. Crowdsourcing is distinguished from outsourcing in that the work comes from an undefined public rather than being commissioned from a specific, named group.
5. Audio and Video
Podcasts - through the evolution of the internet capabilities, along with cheaper hardware and software, audio podcasts are doing what was historically done through radio broadcast stations),
vocaroo,
(tutorials via video, how-tos via video,)
6. Mash-Ups
(http://edu.glogster.com)
7. Mobile Learning
8. Online Classrooms – livemocha, coursera (“Massive Open Online Course” MOOCS), MITOpenCourseWare
9. Interactivity (learning through games(GBL) – wii) , kinect
10. State of Innovation - touch navigation (smartech – smartboard) classroom board…. Write anything using hands fingers…etc… comes with software lets you add interactivity tools and lets you manage lessons and activities
11. Blended Learning (flipped classroom)
12. Open source content ( providing open access to course materials including lecture notes, problem sets, syllabuses, exams, simulations, and the video lectures)
13. A Personal Experience (World Peace Game)
14. Learning Analytics (ELF - “efficient learner hypothesis”)
15. Infographics
Flipped Classroom
Instead of having the teacher convey information/explanations to the learners during classroom time and then getting the learners to practice it later for homework, the learners watch/listen/read the lecture or explanation or teaching part of a lesson at home and then come to the classroom to try it out, practice it, or get feedback on performance.
Of course, there are issues that come to mind immediately–Internet access inequality, digital learning literacy problems, motivational differences, and (for many teachers) just adjusting to a new way of approaching teaching. But the idea is interesting, the technology is extant, and I believe most learners are very, very ready for this. And the new official course of study in Japan comes into effect for high school this upcoming April, requiring more English in the classroom, particularly more productive use of English by learners. This may be one way of really achieving the directives.
http://mozuku.edublogs.org/2013/01/30/the-flipped-classroom-interesting/
http://blended-classrooms.wikispaces.com/The+Flipped+Classroom
Share My Lesson
Share My Lesson has a great name, mainly because it is so self explanatory. This site offers free lesson plan sharing for educators in the K-12 arena. The materials are peer-reviewed by other educators, and as of this writing, there are over 267,000 resources available. They offer a lot of teaching resources specifically relating to the common core


We Are Teachers
We Are Teachers is another free site offering lesson plans and teaching resources for a variety of age levels and subjects. Most of what they have to offer falls into the categories of Math, Social Studies, Writing, and Arts. There is also a wide variety of classroom management resources and information on social and emotional learning in children. Beyond this, the site offers resources on grants, tips and tricks on technology, and a special section on ‘hot topics’ in education so that everyone can stay up to date with the latest news

Teachers Pay Teachers
Teachers Pay Teachers is one of the more well-known lesson and resource sharing sites, and it is definitely one of the largest. As of this writing, the site states that it has over 700,000 resources available. While the site is free to use, you’ll need to pay for many (if not most) of the resources available for download. (When I checked, they had 122,418 free resources available). That’s not to say that things are expensive – most of the things fall into the “Under $5″ range. The site also utilizes a rating system so you can see what other teachers thought of that seller’s resources.

Better Lesson
Better Lesson offers over 300,000 resources (as of this writing) for educators in the K-12 arena, with a whole section specifically focusing on the Common Core. The site offers everything from single lesson plans on specific topic to entire unit plans. Users can see how many views each resource has, what comments other users have made, and how many people have ‘favorited’ a resource. While the site looks a little blah, much of the content is good, though it depends on the creator. Definitely worth a look!


MASHUPS
Infographics
EFL
Understanding Learning Analytics and Student Data
Remember
It is more than just having technology skills.
It is learning core subjects with application of these learning skills and communication tools.
Not just about Technology. It’s also about - if not generally, about learning

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