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ICT Relevance to Education in the Philippines

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ICT Relevance to Education in the Philippines
ICT IMPLEMENTATION
CHALLENGES
LEARNING INSTITUTIONS
Aimed at studying the
marketability of Fujitsu's
educational solutions in
the Philippines.
Understanding their
education system
Current situation regarding ICT investment
in schools
OLD EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM
Department of Education
Commission on Higher Education
Technical Education and Skills Development Authority
Summer Break:
March to May

Class Start:
June
Varying language
of instruction
Primary School / Elementary
6 years of compulsory education
6 to 12 years old
Secondary / High School
4 years
Based on American schooling system
13 to 16 years old
Tertiary
undergraduate (bachelor's degree)
graduate (masteral)
16 to 21 years old
Vocational
Few weeks to 3 years
Certificate or diploma is only given if
student passes TESDA's test
K TO 12 EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM
Primary
Junior High School
Senior High School
5 years old
Alphabet, shapes, and numbers in MOTHER TONGUE
English and Filipino in Grade 1 with focus on oral fluency

Gradual introduction of English and Filipino as languages
of instruction in Grades 4 to 6
English and Filipino are the primary languages of instruction
CORE CURRICULUM
SPECIFIC TASKS
Languages
Literature
Communications
Math
Philosophy
Natural Sciences
Social Sciences
Academic
Technical-Vocational-Livelihood
Sports and Arts
TOTAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS: 46,404
Public: 38,659
Enrolment: 13,273,325
Private: 7,745
Enrolment: 1,236,364
Teachers: 377,831
1:36 Ratio
SECONDARY
Public: 7,748
Enrolment: 5,702,597
Private: 5,130
Enrolment: 1,408,347
Teachers: 169,743
1:35 Ratio
TOTAL INSTITUTIONS: 2,313
National Capital Region: 341
Cordillera Administrative Region: 57
TOTAL ENROLMENT: 3,317,530
Information Technology Related Discipline 409,544
Engineering and Technology 406,965
SEAMEO
INNOTECH
36,368 Schools
66.07% electricity
14.28% computers
2% internet access
Highest Computer Incidence
NCR 21.3%

Lowest Computer Incidence
in Mindanao
ICT human capital is lagging
1 out of 7 teachers are computer literate
Limited Computers
74.36% have not received any ICT related
training in the last 5 years
Public Schools
Private Schools
starts in Grade 4
Technology and
Home Economics
Subject
starts in Grade 2
Computer Subject
Mathematics
Science and Technology
English
Technology and Home Economics
Social Studies
Multidisciplinary Projects
Filipino
MAPEH
Values Education
Homeroom and Guidance
None
77
76
76
50
17
9
4
4
2
1
7
12:1 to 1,098:1 ratio
75% have poor teacher to computer ratio
COMPETITION
First in Educational Learning Trends Always (FELTA)
10" Study Book Tablet PC
-Intel Classroom Management Software System
-note taker
-classroom management
-KNO
-Lab Camera
-SPARKvue
CONCERNS
Commuting Hazards
Internet Access
Electricity
Computer Literacy
5:1 or worse
Kindergarten
Sources:
[1] Philippines – Educational System – an Overview. StateUniversity.com. Retrieved from http://education.stateuniversity.com/pages/1199/Philippines-EDUCATIONAL-SYSTEM-AN-OVERVIEW.html.

[2] Education System in the Philippines. Classbase. Retrieved from http://www.classbase.com/Countries/philippines/Education-System.

[3] K to 12 Program. Official Gazette of the Philippines. Retrieved from http://www.gov.ph/k-12/.

[4] Fact Sheet: Basic Education Statistics. Department of Education. Philippines. Retrieved from http://www.deped.gov.ph.

[5] Infographics: Open Higher Education Dashboard. Retrieved from http://data.gov.ph/infographics/ched-higher-education/d1/2/2012/2013.

[6] Philippine Statistics Authority – National Statistical Coordination Board. Retrieved from http://www.nscb.gov.ph/secstat/d_educ.asp.

[7] Espinosa, K. and Caro, J. (2011). Analysis of ICT Integration Initiatives in Basic Education and Lessons Learned: The Case of the Philippines. Retrieved from http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?tp=&arnumber=5954339. PDF.

[8] Status of ICTs in Philippine Basic Education. Retrieved from http://www.slideshare.net/rexcris/status-of-icts-in-philippine-basic-education.

[9] 10"Study Book Tablet PC. Retrieved from http://www.felta.ph/pdf/pricelist_SUNNYHILL_EDU%20TECH%20tablet%2010_NO%20COST.pdf/
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