SOARING HIGH The ICT in Education Experience of MSU-IIT SONIA M. ALENSUB September 6-7, 2006
What is MSU-IIT? MSU-IIT stands for Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology It is a unit of the Mindanao State University System (MSUS) whose main campus is situated in Marawi City, Lanao del Sur “Outstanding”, “high capacity”, “successful” implementing university of Intel Teach to the Future
Where is MSU-IIT? Place your logo here. MSU-IIT is found in Iligan City, Lanao del Norte.
Where is MSU-IIT? Place your logo here. Andres Bonifacio Avenue College of Education MSU-IIT is found along the national highway, Andres Bonifacio Avenue, in Tibanga.
The College of Education (CED)CED Place your logo here.
Total Number of Students Trained Place your logo here.
CED’s ICT4E Projects Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Training Intel Teach to the Future Training FIT-ED’s World Links- Philippines Project Instructional Design Workshop on Web-Enhanced Learning Activities 15 CED faculty members Partners in Learning (PiL) Initiative 42 DepEd HS & Elem. Teachers
To what do we attribute this performance? First, our success is attributed to God for if you “ask the Lord to bless your plans... you will be successful in carrying them out” (Prov. 16:3); the CED Dean and the Intel Teach implementers are persons who are after God’s heart, and so, are beloved and blessed by Him (Col. 3:33) Second, our Implementation Plans for AY 2005-2006 became our blueprint for success
To what do we attribute this performance? Third, our commitment to train resulted in producing the biggest number of Intel Teach implementers and the biggest number of pre- service teachers trained in Intel Teach Fourth, having an ICT training team composed of a “special breed” of teachers so that by the end of the First Semester, AY 2005-2006, we accomplished about 90% of our Implementation Plans
To what do we attribute this performance? Fifth, synergy or synergismsynergysynergism Sixth, designation of an Educational Technologist as Media Coordinator Seventh, knowing “who” the members of the ICT training are, their forte and competence was the key in the speed and ease with which we were able to conduct “non-stop” training.
Our Strategies Curriculum review and re-aligning subjects with the Intel Teach to the Future Pre- service Curriculumreview Curriculum revision Reduced class size for classes doing Intel Teach Regrouping of classes
Our Strategies Assigning Ed 105 to specialists of the different departments Series of short, step-by-step, ICT trainingICTtraining Linkages and alliance building Scaffolding
Survey of readiness for Intel Teach Free computer literacy sessions Pairing the computer literate with the computer illiterate Pairing students taking the same degree program Use of ICT equipment in the classroom for free for Intel Teach activities
Scaffolding Requesting approval for the use of ICT facilities overnight or beyond office hours Faculty members’ use of the computers at the ICT laboratory for free Improving our ICT infrastructure Encouraging in-house trained faculty members to implement Intel Teach by giving all-out support to them
Our “Best Practices” Team Teaching Peer Tutorials Common syllabus for Ed 105 and Ed 107 Coordination between the Ed 105 and Ed 107 faculty implementers Centralized class schedulingclassscheduling Best Unit Portfolio Award and Certificate of Completion
Our “Best Practices” Facilitating the implementation of unit portfolios by thesis advising and by assigning Practice Teaching to Intel Teach faculty implementers Linking Pre-service with In-service Intel Teach Designation of a Media/Intel Teach Coordinator
A New Strategy for CED’s ICT4E Training Microsoft Office Specialist Training Intel Teach to the Future Training FIT-ED’s World Links- Philippines Project
ICT- Pedagogy Integration at MSU-IIT’s CED: The Conceptual Model