Presentation on theme: "Program Orientation and Briefing Dr. Hazrat Hussain Program Coordinator and Resource Person Colombo Plan Staff College for Technician Education 1."— Presentation transcript:
Program Orientation and Briefing Dr. Hazrat Hussain Program Coordinator and Resource Person Colombo Plan Staff College for Technician Education 1
Customized Program on “ Building Capacity on Educational Leadership and Management in the ASEAN Community” October , 2012 CPSC, Manila, Philippines WELCOME
Objectives Be aware of the Global, Regional and Country-based Educational Management Trends and their Implications for Sustainable Human Resources Development with reference to the ASEAN countries Understand the technology supported learning environment based on learners’ needs and motivations; Have a basic understanding of modern educational management concepts, practices and their application;
Objectives Be able to identify issues and goals of managing change and improving organizational adaptability by leading change through organizational development strategies; Appreciate and understand the process, procedure and requirements for establishing Quality Management System in educational institutions with reference to ASEAN regions.
Expected Outcomes Tasks & Action Plan & Examination Practical Work Exposure and experience
Instructional Strategies(Blended) Special Lectures, Theme Papers and Tasks Web-based Teaching and Learning System and Computer Hands - On Study Visits
Program Management Program Supervisor Dr. Mohammad Naim Bin Yaakub Director General Colombo Plan Staff College
Program Management Program Coordinator and Resource Person Dr. Hazrat Hussain Faculty Consultant Chairman, TDD Colombo Plan Staff College
Program Management Resource Persons Dr. Romulita Alto Research Consultant, TIP Mr. Jonas George Soriano Managing Director, IPQ, DAP Dr. Alice Pañares Education Consultant, DepEd
10 Schedule of Activities Day9.00 to to to to to to Oct 15 (Mon) Registration and Inauguration TEABREAKTEABREAK Introduction to the Program LUNCHLUNCH Special Lecture Millennium Challenges in Education with the Advent of ASEAN Community 2015 (D.G. Naim) TEABREAKTEABREAK Theme Paper 1 Preparing the Education Sector for ASEAN Community 2015 (Dr. Alice Pañares) Computer Session Web-based TLS Registration Welcome Dinner Oct 16 (Tues) Theme Paper 2 Educational Excellence through Accreditation, Quality Management and Strategic HR (Dr. Alto) Task 1 (Participants) Study Visit Development Academy of the Philippines (with lecture on Management of Curriculum & Supported Learning Environment & Instruction in ASEAN Community) (Mr. Soriano, DAP) Study Visit MFI Foundation Dinner at CPSC Oct 17 (Wed) Theme Paper 3 Knowledge Management System in Teaching and Learning Organizations in the Philippines (Dr. Hazrat Hussain) Task 2 (Participants) Study Visit National Teachers College (NTC) Continuation of Study Visit Dinner at CPSC
11 Schedule of Activities Day9.00 to to to to to to Oct 18 (Thur) Action Planning/Tasks (Dr. Hazrat Hussain) TEABREAKTEABREAK Online Examination LUNCHLUNCH Presentation of Projects/Action Plans TEABREAKTEABREAK Closing Program Dinner at CPSC Oct 19 (Fri) Manila City Tour Dinner at CPSC Oct 20 (Sat) Free Time Departure of Pax
Study Visits Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP) Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP) was established in June 1973 and its mandate has been to assist in the country’s development efforts in two ways: as change catalyst and as capacity-builder. (DAP, 2012)
Study Visits MFI Foundation, Inc. MFI is a non-stock, non-profit science foundation that has provided quality training and education in the Philippines for more than 30 years. (MFI, 2012)
Study Visits National Teachers College (NTC) NTC is the largest private teacher training institution in the Philippines that develops top-level manpower skills. (NTC, 2012)
Socio Cultural Programs Welcome Dinner (Monday – October 15) Recreation Activities Mall of Asia Mega Mall Greenhills Robinson’s
Cultural Visits Manila City Tour Lopez Museum American Cemetery Intramuros Fort Santiago Manila Bay
Culminating Activities Thursday October 18, 2012 Closing Ceremony and Certificate Awarding
Hostel Guidelines Dining Room and Kitchen (4 th Floor, Local 407) The meals are prepared for the participants during the following hours: Breakfast 7:00 – 8:30 hours Lunch 12:00 – 1:30 hours Dinner 18:00 – 20:00 hours Cooking facilities are provided in the kitchen should participants wish to cook for themselves. Please utilize properly the kitchen facilities and cleanliness and order should be maintained.
Hostel Guidelines Laundry Services Laundry Services are available with the following rates: Php 30/kilo – approx. USD 0.70/kilo – wash dry, and fold Php 70/kilo – approx. USD 1.63/kilo – wash,dry, and press Self – Service iron and ironing board are also available at the roof deck should the participants wish to press their clothes. Internet Facility Internet facility is available 24 hrs for , internet and other computer projects in the computer laboratory and hostel rooms. Please request the ICT Division should you need assistance in connecting to the internet.
Hostel Guidelines Making an Overseas Call Public pay phones at the reception are available should the participants wish to make overseas calls. Room Keys (Reception, First Floor, Local 101) Room keys must be turned over to the Reception every time the guest goes out of the CPSC building.