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1 DR. FILMA G. BRAWNER Director SCIENCE EDUCATION INSTITUTE Department of Science and Technology

2  Special Mathematics and Science Curriculum in Basic Education (PSHS System and DepEd)  Regular Curriculum (with Science and Mathematics Electives)  Research Courses and Activities  Mentoring by Scientists  Opportunities for Participation in Olympiads/Competitions  Systems Approach to developing gifted/talented students (elementary to tertiary level)  Scholarships for with talents or aptitude in Science and Mathematics

3 To formulate and implement policies and programs for the efficient operation of the higher education system Tertiary/Higher Education (Baccalaureate and Post- Baccalaureate degrees) Commission on Higher Education (CHED) To formulate and implement policies and programs for the efficient operation of the higher education system Tertiary/Higher Education (Baccalaureate and Post- Baccalaureate degrees) Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) Department of Education (DepEd) Elementary, Secondary and Non-formal Education *implementation of K-12 program Department of Education (DepEd) Elementary, Secondary and Non-formal Education *implementation of K-12 program Post-Secondary Education To provide middle-level manpower training and development To provide the school age population and young adults with basic skills, knowledge and values Trifocal Education System

4 years before primary schooling 6 years in a primary school 4 years in junior high school 2 years senior high school *starting AY years for undergraduate degree; 2-3 years at most for technician/diploma 2-3 years in a university 3-4 years in a university Preparatory/Kindergarten Primary Secondary Post Secondary: BS * Post Secondary: Voc-Tech Masters Doctorate

5 Science and Technology Literacy Effective Communicator Critical/Creative Problem Solver Responsible Steward of Nature Innovative/Inventive Thinker Informed Decision Maker Multi/ Interdisciplinary Approach Inquiry-Based Approach Inquiry-Based Approach Problem/Issue- based Learning Science-Technology- Society Approach/Contextual Learning Constructivism Social Cognition Learning Model Learning Style Theory Gestalt Psychology

6 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving CONTENT SKILLS AND PROCESS VALUES AND ATTITUDES MATHEMATICAL TOOLS Discovery and Inquiry-Based Learning Experiential and Situated Learning Reflective Learning Constructivism Cooperative Learning CONTEXTS Beliefs Environment Language Culture Learner’s Prior - Knowledge and Experiences Numbers & Number Sense Measurement Geometry Patterns & Algebra Statistics & Probability Knowing & Understanding Estimating, Computing, & Solving Visualizing & Modeling Representing & Communicating Conjecturing, Reasoning, Proving and Decision-Making Applying & Connecting Accuracy Creativity Objectivity Perseverance Productivity Manipulative Objects Measuring Devices Calculators & Computers Smartphones & Tablet PCs Internet

7 UNIVERSITIES Gifted Education Program Integrated Program Elementary Secondary

8 Gifted/Talented Children placed under special classes with special curriculum Selection/Admission Process ELEMENTARYSECONDARY DepEd SPED Program Children Gifted in the Arts PHSA (Philippine High School for the Arts) PSHS System (DOST) 110 S&T Oriented HS (DepEd) Regional Science HS (DepEd) Other private schools with special science curriculum Children Gifted in Mathematics and Science

9 Network of schools identified with the public school system With selected pupils at primary level considered as high performing Give special programs in science and mathematics

10 DepEdDOST SPED Schools/ S&T oriented Elem. Schools Feeder Elem. Schools in selected programs PSHS System Regional Science HSs Other Science HSs (public & private) S&T Oriented HSs

11 University Professors/ Scientists Science/ Math Teachers Students of Philippines and SHSs Publications S&T Journals Research Activities

12 Basic Education Graduate Post- Graduate Undergraduate Specialization Level Feeder System Level 2 Development of S&T Education and Culture Feeder System Level 1

13 Elementary Secondary Tertiary Graduate Vertical equity is providing for opportunities to gifted/talented students to develop their full potential in S&T

14 PSHS Other HSs (public & private) Regional SHSs S&T Oriented HSs Universities Other SHSs (public & private)

15 Admission PSHS Other HSs (public & private) Regional SHSs S&T Oriented HSs Other SHSs (public & private) Advanced Placement/ Assessment UNIVERSITY -admission test -grades in HS -advanced placement exam (optional)

16  Support for science education development in the country  Implements science education and human resource development programs  Collaborates with public, private institutes and professionals associations for science education development  Formulate plans and establish programs and projects for the promotion and development of science and technology education and training in coordination with Department of Education (DepEd), Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and other institution of learning

17 PhD S&T Scholarships MS S&T Scholarships Undergraduate S&T Scholarships Secondary Level Scholarships Accelerated Science and Technology Human Resource Development Program (ASTHRDP) Basic and Applied Sciences Science Education Engineering Research for Development and Technology (ERDT) DOST-SEI Merit Scholarship Program RA 7687 Scholarship Program Junior Level Science Scholarship Philippine Science High School System

18 Undergraduate S&T scholarships open to qualified high school graduating students interested to take up careers in S&T Stimulate talented Filipino youths to pursue lifetime S&T careers; and Ensure a steady, adequate supply of qualified S&T human resources who can steer the country to national progress. OBJECTIVES

19 Priority Fields 1.Basic Sciences Mathematics Biology Chemistry Physics 2.Applied Sciences Mathematics Biology Chemistry Physics 3. Engineering

20 PLACEMENT OF STUDY University of the Philippines System State Universities and Colleges HEIs recognized by CHED as Center of Excellence or Development for the priority courses

21 SCIENCE EDUCATION INSTITUTE Shaping the future now  Basic Sciences and Mathematics  Applied Sciences and Mathematics  Engineering and related engineering courses

22 PRIORITY FIELDS OF STUDY Agriculture, Forestry andBiological Sciences Natural Resources BiotechnologyChemical Sciences Earth, Atmospheric and Space SciencesEnvironmental Sciences Fisheries and Marine SciencesInformation and Communications Technology Materials Science and NanotechnologyPure and Applied Mathematics Health and Pharmaceutical SciencesPure and Applied Physics

23 Engineering Research and Development for Technology (ERDT) Agricultural EngineeringChemical Engineering Civil EngineeringComputer Engineering Computer Science Electrical Engineering Energy EngineeringElectronics and Communications Engineering Information TechnologyIndustrial Engineering Materials Science and EngineeringManufacturing Engineering Mechanical EngineeringMetallurgical Engineering Mining EngineeringRemote Sensing/ Geo Informatics Water Resources PRIORITY FIELDS OF STUDY

24 ASTHRD Sci Ed ERDT POOL OF HIGH LEVEL S&T HUMAN RESOURCES Faculty Development SEI S&T Experts DOST COUNCILS Engineering Experts Consortium Universities

25  Philippine Science High School System Scholarship  Residential program for students with high aptitute in Science and Mathematics  11 campuses nationwide  Has a special and rigorous Science and Mathematics curriculum  Active participation in various national and international science, technology, and mathematics competitions

26  Main Campus (Quezon City)  Southern Mindanao Campus (Davao City)  Western Visayas Campus (Jaro, Iloilo City)  Eastern Visayas Campus (Palo Tacloban City)  Cagayan Valley Campus (Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya)  Central Mindanao Campus (Lanao Del Norte)  Bicol Region Campus (Goa, Camarines Sur)  Ilocos Region Campus (San Ildefonso, Ilocos Sur  Central Visayas Campus (Argao, Cebu)  CAR Campus (Baguio City  Central Luzon Campus (Pampanga)

27  Regional Science High Schools  One special science school each of 17 regions; serves as center for the region  Specialized system of public secondary schools  Offers an accelerated curriculum for science, mathematics and information and communications technology, (patterned after PSHS)

28 Philippine Intel Science Fair Philippine Mathematical Olympiad Asia Pacific Mathematical Olympiad Philippine Physics Olympiad National and Regional Mathematics Competitions International Mathematics Competition Australian Mathematics Competition Philippine Robotics Competition Philippine Space Education Competition Science and Mathematics Camps

29  Philippine Intel Science Fair - Encourage the Filipino youth to undertake scientific research and activities that will develop their creativity, analytical thinking and integrity as researchers

30  Philippine Mathematics Olympiad  International Mathematics Competition

31  Australian Mathematics Competitions  Mathematics Trainers’ Guild Competition

32  Philippine Robotics Competition Tagisang Robotics The Tagisang Robotics: Design, Build and Play Competition held in the Philippines is open to teams from public and private high schools with special science curriculum

33  Philippine Space Education Competition  creates awareness among the students on career opportunities in the various fields of science and engineering including space science

34 Marine Science CampScience Explorer

35 Philippine Association for the Advancement of Science (PhiLAAS) Samahang Pisika ng Pilipinas (Physics Association of the Philippines) Philippine Physics Teachers Association Biology Teachers Association Chemistry Teachers Association

36 Mathematics Society of the Philippines (MSP) Mathematics Teachers Association of the Philippines (MTAP) Mathematics Trainers’ Guild (MTG) Australian Mathematics Competition (AMC)

37  Philippine Association for the Gifted (PAG)  A private organization advocating the cause of the gifted  PAG’s mission is to promote better education and assistance for potentially gifted Filipino children  Activities of the association include the conduct of enhancement seminars for the gifted and workshop-seminars for parenting the gifted

38 Government Legislation for the Welfare of the Gifted

39 Gifted Children Act of 2005 – an Act “Establishing a National Program for Filipino Gifted Children” Intends to –Establish a Center to implement the national program for Filipino children gifted in the arts and humanities and the sciences and mathematics; –Identify gifted children at the earlier age possible; –Provide development opportunities, scholarship grants and other forms of assistance to Filipino gifted children

40 Intends to –Provide special training programs for teachers and guidance counselors, school administrators, other personnel and concerned parents; –Provide logistical and infrastructure support that will effectively supplement the curricular programs for the Filipino gifted children; and –Establish and maintain linkages with national, international, governmental and non- governmental institutions and counterpart agencies


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