Emerging concerns, trends and prospects in educational
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- 1. EMERGING CONCERNS,TRENDS AND PROSPECTS INEDUCATIONAL PLANNINGERICH D. GARCIA
2. K TO 12 CURRICULUMS The Philippines is the last country inAsia and one of only three countriesworldwide (the other two being Angolaand Djibouti) with a 10-year pre-universitycycle. MODELING BEST PRACTICES FOR SENIORHIGH SCHOOL NURTURING THE HOLISTICALLYDEVELOPED FILIPINO 3. AMALGAMATION Rationalizing National GovernmentSubsidies for State Universities andColleges AMALGAMATION OF HEIS AND PROGRAMS to restructure the higher education systemspecifically the public componentconsisting of SUCs/Local Universities andColleges (LUCs), and other governmentschools 4. TYPOLOGY AND OUTCOMES-BASEDQUALITY ASSURANCE academic excellence can only beachieved when HEIs are deserving ofuniversity status resulting in educationinflation Applies university standards to all HEIs Assumes universities are at the apex ofthe education system 5. PHILIPPINE QUALIFICATIONFRAMEWORK the levels of educational qualificationsand sets the standards for qualificationoutcomes Ensures transparency in trainingprovision, conformance to standards andpreciseness of accountability understanding of policies and guidelineson credit transfers, articulation,portability, bridges pathways and RPL 6. PHILIPPINE QUALIFICATIONFRAMEWORK Encourages lifelong learning allowing theperson to start at the level that suits standards and qualifications are consistent tojob requirements/demand transparency in training provision,conformance to standards and preciseness ofaccountability for learning outcomes standards, taxonomy and typology ofqualifications as bases for granting approvalsto providers and stakeholders 7. ACADEMIC PARADIGM SHIFTSEMERGING PROGRAM STRUCTURES globalization has affected all aspects ofhuman life shift towards a knowledge-basedeconomy as the major engine of growthand the explosion in ICT issue on global education lies on theimprovement of key educational inputsof the HEIs 8. PERFORMANCE-BASEDINCENTIVE SYSTEM (PBIS) PERFORMANCE-BASED BONUSES FORGOV'T WORKERS IN 2013 reward agencies and governmentemployees who meet and surpass theirperformance targets. government agencies will be rankedaccording to how they performed 9. HIGHER EDUCATIONAL REFORMAGENDA (HERA) Higher Education Act-an attempt to increaseenrollment rates through raising financial aideligibility to in need students higher education as education beyond thesecondary level; especially : educationprovided by a college or university. provide more opportunities for in needstudents to receive a college educationthrough increasing financial aid loanavailability 10. ASEAN COMMUNITY BY 2015 enhance the competitiveness and theefficiency of our businesses provide competition in the retail and forsupply of goods that should lead tolower retail prices governments medium-term goal isinclusive growth in massiveemployment generation and massivepoverty reduction. 11. THE WASHINGTON ACCORD technology lies at the center of many thrivingglobal industries countries must now build on their capacity toabsorb the world's latest technologies establish an environment conducive fortechnological research and innovation we are on the way to having a body fullyaccredited under this international agreement 12. THE LEARNER IN THE 21stCENTURY Students learn through meaningfulprojects School is a base camp for enquiry Educators regard themselves aslearners as well as teachers Learners collaborate in their learning,rather than consuming it 13. THE NEW ACADEMIC PLATFORM,BLENDED AND FLEXIBLE LEARNING educational value is to expend effort oncontinuous improvement focus on stakeholder interests, and to increasestudent satisfaction Quality of instructor is the most importantschool-related factor influencing studentachievement 14. BLENDED LEARNING gives learners and instructors anenvironment to learn and teach moreeffectively. It can combine face-to-face instructionwith technology-mediated instruction,and combines various methods,techniques and resources to aninteractive learning environment. 15. FLEXIBLE LEARNING flexible learning is to expand choiceson what, when, where and how welearn. Flexible learning supportsdifferent styles of learning. includes e-learning. It focuses on thelearner deciding what, where, when andhow they learn. 16. References21st century learning | Innovation Unitwww.innovationunit.org/knowledge/our-ideas/21st-century-learningAcademic Paradigm shifts emerging program structureswww.psdn.org.ph/agenda21Amalgamation of SUCs into Regional University Systems (RUS)http://www.ched.gov.ph/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/CHED-Strategic-Plan-2011-2016.pdfBlended Learning and Flexible Learninghttp://www.innotech.org/icexcels.htmlChanging the curriculum. (2010, September 30). Mini Critique: The Philippine Star. http://www.philstar.com/Article.aspx?articleId=616556&publicationSubCategoryId=442Department of Education. Salient Points on the Enhanced K+12 Basic Education Program. (2010, November 2).Riguer, Mary Grace L. ASEAN 2015:Implications of People Mobility and Services(2012)Riguer-ASEAN-2015-Implications-of-People-Mobility-and-ServicesCruz, Isagani. Mini Critique : ASEAN 2015 (The Philippine Star) | Updated November 7, 2013http://www.gameface.ph/archive/index.phpExecutive Order No. 80, s. 2012 Directing the adoption of a performance-based incentive system for government employeeshttp://www.gov.ph/2012/07/20/executive-order-no-80-s-2012/Journal of Philippine Higher Education Quality Assurance Volume 1 Number 1 January 2003www.aaccupqa.org.ph/Journal%20of%20Philippine%20Higher%20Education... 17. ReferencesK to 12: The Key to Quality Education?www.senate.gov.ph/publications/PB%202011-02%20-%20K%20to%2012%20..Manasan, Rosario G. Rationalizing national government subsidies for State Universities and Colleges (2012).www.pids.gov.ph/dp.php?id=5048&pubyear=2012Monsada, Federico A. PHILIPPINE TECHNOLOGICAL COUNCIL: WASHINGTON ACCORD INITIATIVE( 2011)www.aaccupqa.org.ph/Washington%20Accord%20Initiative.pdfRepublic Act No. 10533An act enhancing the Philippine Basic Education system by strengthening its curriculum and increasing the number of years for basic education, appropriatingfunds therefor and for other purposes.www.lawphil.net/statutes/repacts/ra2013/ra_10533_2013.htmlTHE LEARNER IN THE 21st CENTURYhttp://www.teachthought.com/learning/9-characteristics-of-21st-century-learning/The new academic platform, blended and flexible learninghttp://www.about-elearning.com/blended-learning.htmlTullao, Jr. Tereso S. Education & Globalization. Higher Education and Globalization an Integrative Report (Philippine APEC Study Center Network (PASCN) and thePhilippine Institute for Development Studies (PIDS)2003)dirp4.pids.gov.ph/ris/books/pidsbk03-education.pdfTypology and Outcomes Based Quality Assurance , AACCUP Newsletter Vol. 11, Issue 22 (July 2012) Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities inthe Philippines (AACCUP), Inc. www.aacupqa.org.ph...PB 2011-02 - K to 12 The Key to Qualitywww.senate.gov.ph/publications/PB%202011-02%20-%20K%20to%2012%20..PHILIPPINE QUALIFICATION FRAMEWORKceap.org.ph/upload/download/20138/2723637531_1.pdfProductivity Performance Bonushttp://www.abs-cbnnews.com/business/07/10/12/performance-based-bonuses-govt-workers-2013Washington Accord. 1989. http://www.washingtonaccord.org.