Presentation on theme: "Fr. Dionisio M. Miranda, svd 29 June 2011. Philosophy of BED: K-10 vs. K-12 Personal and Character Formation Preparation for productive citizenship."— Presentation transcript:
Philosophy of BED: K-10 vs. K-12 Personal and Character Formation Preparation for productive citizenship Preparation for the world of work or college Objectives and Methods: K-10 vs. K-12 MTB-MLE Socialization Competencies
Educational System Shifts: SHS National and regional agenda Business and industry linkages Mainstreaming voc-tech Administration: Bridging to HEI Two years taken over from the traditional college Community college / Jr College / Career Academy organization
TESDA CERTIFIED SPECIALTY TECH-VOC INSTITUTES SAT (15%-20% to College) 2018-2019 Current Structure of USC BED SC & NC Kinder 1 & 2 College material: More mature – past adolescence More decided – no more shifts More serious – better prepared for college life
The Kindergarten Education Act (2011) makes K obligatory for entry into Grade 1 beginning June 2011. Reader by Gr. 1 (instead of Gr. 3) Review of the “headstart values” of Daycare / Nursery / Preparatory, etc. BED NC and SC must follow suit.
MTB – MLE Methodology or Mother-tongued based, Multi-lingual education Textbook Call Teacher Training Preparation of Facilities
Mastery and Application of Basic Knowledge and Skills Development of Personality, Attitudes and Values Mastery and Application of Basic Knowledge and Skills Development of Personality, Attitudes and Values Development of Complex Knowledge, Skills. Personality, Attitudes and Values Consolidation of Knowledge and Skills Development of Personality, Attitudes and Values Development of Aptitudes and Interests Grade 9 Career Exploration and Exposure Aptitude Test Grade 10 Special Curricular Programs (Arts, Sports, Journalism, Foreign Language, S & T, TechVoc) Consolidation of Knowledge and Skills Development of Personality, Attitudes and Values Development of Aptitudes and Interests Grade 9 Career Exploration and Exposure Aptitude Test Grade 10 Special Curricular Programs (Arts, Sports, Journalism, Foreign Language, S & T, TechVoc) Specialization to prepare students for any of the following: Employment Entrepreneurship Tertiary education o Middle level skills education o Higher education Specialization to prepare students for any of the following: Employment Entrepreneurship Tertiary education o Middle level skills education o Higher education K - 3 4 - 6 7 - 10 11 - 12 Figure 3. The Proposed K to 12 Basic Education Curricular Programs
Grade 9 Career Exploration and Exposure A ptitude Test Grade 10 o Special Curricular Programs (Arts, Sports, Journalism, Foreign Language, S & T, TechVoc)
Framework for the Design of the K+12 Curriculum Survey of Industry-Desired Competencies Across Jobs Determine DLC’s for Voc-Tech Grads Work backwards to determine Academic Admissions requirements, Which now become the DLC’s of basic Education program 2 yrs of training Determine No. of years of College = Internationally Accepted No. of Yrs of Formation -12 Define Set of Courses to attain the Common DLC’s (The Common Core) Work backwards to determine academic admissions requirements which now become the DLC’s of the basic education program Determine Desired Learning Competencies (DLC’s) for College Graduates Get Common DLC’s for 12- year Basic Education Graduate SENIOR FRESH MAN JobCollege Vocational-Technical Education GR 12 GR 1 Values Citizenship Work backwards to build curriculum to support the common core Design a seamless coherent curriculum Work forward from Grade 1 If there is room put in electives for Jobs, College and Voc-Tech Determine intersection set of DLC’s
Only for those intending to go to College Transition Curriculum Survey of Industry Desired Competencies Across Jobs Determine Desired Learning Competencies (DLC’s) for College Graduates Determine No. of years of College = Internationally Accepted No. of Yrs of Formation -12 Work backwards to determine academic admissions requirements which are now the DLC’s of the basic education program SENIOR FRESH MAN GR 10 EXISTING GR 1 Determine Competencies of Graduates of Existing Curriculum Determine the GAP and Design the Transition Curriculum to Bridge the GAP Will it Fill Up 2 Years? What if NOT?
Educational emphases: Competency-based, outcomes-based, practical learning, hands-on training, partnership with industry, business apprenticeships Probable Program Rearrangements involving Lower steps of the ladderized professional programs. IT / Technologists / Fine Arts / Architecture / Nursing / Library and Info Sc / HRM / Business Admin / P.E. / Nutrition and Dietetics (HRM or CON) CAS: From GE or Service courses to RGEC DOLL: Language learning Natural Sciences Group Social Sciences Group Humanities
Option A is for USC to simply adopt K12 at BED. What program segments should it develop? Adding three tracks in the existing campuses will certainly be complicated, complex and restricted. Option B is to retain the K10 BED and partner it with a free- standing Junior Polytechnic Institute for SHS students. How will this be structured (e.g., as SVD Educational Foundation Institute)? Where will it be located? Who will manage it? Will it be economically viable? Will USC accept Grs. 11-12 from schools which cannot provide for them? Option C i s to retain the K10 BED but embed the equivalent SHS offerings within the first two years of their respective colleges, in effect instituting semi-professional programs (Junior College) running alongside regular tertiary degree programs. This option has its accompanying issues (not all degree programs admit of easy ladderization, curriculum, faculty and facility-wise).
The Career Academy can be a separate institution, or it could be a dedicated office for the administration and coordination of the delivery of the Senior HS Programs (Grades 11-12) where they have equivalents in cognate College programs (e.g., as lower levels of ladderized programs or dislocated programs of College 1 & 2). Senior HS Gr. 11-12 at BED NC and SC CAREER TRACKS IN SC. & TECH MUSIC & ARTS AGRICULTURE FISHERIES BUSINESS & ENTREP SPORTS, ADVANCED PLACEMENT Career Academy (in close coordination with TESDA) Regular Baccalaureate Fine Arts, fashion, design, draftsman Construction painter Architecture Welder, carpenter, plumber, mechanic, IP technician, software specialist, mason, food technologist, etc. Engineering Pharmacy AssistantsPharmacy Emergency Med-techs (1-2), Paramedics, Midwives Nursing Paralegal, notary, court interpreter, sheriff Law
HRM, tourism, bookkeeper, clerk, entrepreneur, F&B, receptionist, baker, cook Commerce Coaches, trainers, recreation and leisure Managers, Dietary Manager, Education Lab assistants, Assistant Librarians, Gardeners, Animal Husbandry, etc. CAS NatSci?? Translators, Mass Communications,CAS SocSci?? Data Gatherers, etc.CAS Humanities Others
BRAINSTORMING OPTIONS WITH OTHER GROUPS USC CAROLINIAN ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS NGOs OUTSTANDING AGENDA (in coordination with DEPED, CHED AND TESDA TPs) POLICIES: RGEC / PROGRAM CURRICULA / ENROLMENT PROJECTIONS / FACULTY QUALIFICATIONS & RETOOLING / INFRASTRUCTURE: FACILITIES (Senior HS, Technical Institute, Jr. College, Career Academy) / CAMPUS REORGANIZATION / NEW ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURES, PROCESSES, MANUALS SUPPORT SERVICES: FINANCES / TRANSITION MANAGEMENT PLANS (substance, process, timing, etc.)
Pnoy Aquino’s promise for education (no. 21) “We need to add two years to our basic education. Those who can afford pay for up to fourteen years of schooling before university. Thus, their children are getting into the best universities and the best jobs after graduation. I want at least 12 years for our public school children to give them an even chance at succeeding. “My education team has designed a way to go from our current 10 years (6 elementary, 4 high school) to a K-12 system in five years starting SY 2011-12. Kindergarten (K) to Grade 12 is what the rest of the world gives their children. “I will expand the basic education cycle in this country from a short 10-year cycle to a globally-comparable 12 years before the end of the next administration (2016).”
And he told them a parable: “Look at the fig tree, and all the trees; as soon as they come out in leaf, you see for yourselves and know that the summer is already near. So also, when you see these things taking place, you know that the kingdom of God is near. (Lk. 21: 29-31) Truly, truly, I say to you, unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains alone; but if it dies, it bears much fruit. (Jn. 12:24)
Presentation History USC ADEA TC 08 Jan 011 CEAP-CeSSPA 11 Jan 2011 USC ADEA MC, 22 Jan 2011 Imm. Heart,(AR), Minglanilla, 30 Jan 2011 Lapu-Lapu 09 Feb 2011 USC Council of Deans 10 Feb 2011 Guidance Ass’n, UC Banilad 22 Feb 2011 NOT TO BE REPRODUCED WITHOUT EXPRESS PERMISSION