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  1. 1. December 2011 Asia Pacific Intel Teach School Awards 2011 Excellence in Technology Integration, Creativity and Innovation
  2. 2. Recognizing Excellence
  3. 3. The Contest
    • Intel announcedThe Asia Pacific Intel Teach School Awards 2011in May 2011.
    • The contest was initiated with support from UNESCO, Bangkok with the purpose of recognizing and rewarding schools in the Asia Pacific regionthat have demonstrated the role that technology and innovative methodologies play in support of enhancing the teaching and learning experiences.
    • The winning schools would not only win technology grants and recognition, but would get a platform to present and share their best practices with educationists around the world at the15 thUNESCO-APEID International Conferenceheld in Jakarta, Indonesia.
  4. 4. The Contest Goals
  5. 5.
    • 17 Schoolsfrom 10 countries (Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, India, Philippines, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Vietnam and Thailand), categorised into Emerging Market and Mature Market, participated in the contest.
    The Countries
  6. 6. The Judges
  7. 7. The Prizes Prizesto be given as a technology grant for the school to buy equipment.
  8. 8. The Contest Path to Excellence
    • The Elimination Rounds
    • Three rounds were designed to filter contesting schools on the basis of their achievements, leading to the selection of the best schools.
    • An orientation webinar was held for the judges to explain the purpose of the contest, the judging criteria and scoring methods for each round.
  9. 9. Round 1 Application Review
  10. 10. The Participating Schools Round 1 Name of the School Name of the School 1. Caraga Regional Science High School, Philippines 10. Crescent Girls School, Singapore2. Congressional National High School, Philippines 11. Daegu Wolam Elementary School, Korea 3. Nguyen Binh Khiem Primary School, Vietnam 12. Vocational High School 4Malang, Indonesia 4. Hai Ba Trung School, Vietnam 13. SMK Negeri Surabaya, Indonesia 5. Roots School System, Pakistan14. Fangwittayayon School, Thailand 6. Beaconhouse School System, Pakistan 15. Banglamung School, Thailand 7. Royal College, Sri Lanka16. Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, India 8. DMV School, Sri Lanka 17. Shri Bangur Senior Secondary School, India 9.Kolej Tun Datu Tuanku Haji Bujang , Malaysia
  11. 11. Round 1- Application Review
    • The Application Review judged the participating schools on the following criteria:
  12. 12. Round 1- Application Review Round
    • The contest was announced to the participating schools and the application forms were made available on May 5 th2011. The schools had to submit the applications by July 31 st2011.
    • Participating Schools had to provide relevant evidence for all the focus areas in the application.
    • An evaluation rubric and scoring sheet, specifically designed to keep the process objective and focussed on the areas under consideration was used to rank the schools.
    • 12 schoolswere shortlisted and for Round 2 based on their scores.
  13. 13. Round 2 Telephone Interview
  14. 14. Round 2 Telephone Interview The Telephone Interview narrowed down the contesting schools based on the following parameters:
  15. 15. Round 2- Telephonic Interview
    • The shortlisted schools were intimated about the telephonic round, which was held from October 6 thtoOctober 14 th2011.
    • In this round, the shortlisted schools were asked to elaborate on their vision, accomplishments, strengths and professional development.
    • The schools responded to the opportunity by giving the judges an insight into how they are preparing their learners to excel in a global environment.
    • 8 schoolswere shortlisted for Round 3 or the Final Round
  16. 16. Round 3 Face-to-Face Presentation
  17. 17. Shortlisted Schools - Round 3Name of the School Name of the School 1. Caraga Regional Science High School, Philippines 5. Crescent Girls School, Singapore2. Nguyen Binh Khiem Primary School, Vietnam 6. Daegu Wolam Elementary School, Korea 3. Roots School System, Pakistan7. Royal College, Sri Lanka4. Hai Ba Trung School, Vietnam 8.Kolej Tun Datu Tuanku Haji Bujang , Malaysia
  18. 18. Round 3 Face-to-Face Presentation The winners were selected in the final round based on the criteria of the 5 PETALS for education transformation and the best practices employed by the school for development and growth.
  19. 19. Round 3- Face to Face Presentation
    • The shortlisted schools were invited to attend the Face-to-Face Round held at Intel premises in Jakarta, Indonesia on 5 thDecember, 2011. Each school was asked to send a representative.
    • The schools were asked to prepare and present a 20 minutepresentation on the criteria outlined for the round. It was followed by a Q&A session, where the judges sought insight and clarifications on the information presented.
    • The school representatives presented their School achievements to an audience of the judges, organizing members and other participants.
    • The presentations were received with warm praise, thorough questioning and valuable feedback by the judges.
    • The open session also allowed the schools to compare and understand best practices.
    • The judges selected the winners based on the scores obtained on the criteria and discussion on the overall performance of the school in the contest.
  20. 20. Face-to-Face Presentation Snapshots
  21. 21. Prize Distribution
  22. 22. Announcement of Winners & Prize Distribution
    • The public announcement of the winners and the price distribution was part of the inaugural ceremony of the 15 thUNESCO-APEID International Conference on 6 thDecember 2011.We also announced the milestone of Intel Teach training 10 Million teachers.
    • The contestants were awarded the prizes by Mr. Anjan Ghosh, Director, Corporate Affairs Asia Pacific region and Mr. Gwang-Jo Kim, Director UNESCO Bangkok.
    • Mr. Anjan Ghosh and Mr. Gwang-Jo Kim commended the winners on their efforts and opined that the conference, which focused on creativity and entrepreneurship was an ideal platform to recognize schools excelling in innovation and technology.
  23. 23. Winners
  24. 24. The WinnersName of the School Prize Nguyen Binh Khiem Primary School, Vietnam Gold Award for Excellence, Emerging Market Crescent Girls School, SingaporeGold Award for Excellence, Mature Market Caraga Regional Science High School, Philippines Silver Award for Excellence, Emerging Market Daegu Wolam Elementary School, Korea Silver Award for Excellence, Mature Market Roots School System, PakistanBronze Award for Excellence, Emerging MarketKolej Tun Datu Tuanku Haji Bujang , Malaysia Bronze Award for Excellence, Emerging Market
  25. 25. Participation in the UNESCO Conference
    • In addition to the grant money and certificates, the school representatives also got an opportunity to attend the Plenary and the Concurrent sessions of the UNESCO-APEID conference.
    • Three of the winners were given an opportunity to present their winning presentations at a Concurrent Session of the UNESCO-APEID Conference on December 7 th2011.
      • The Concurrent Session was open to all attendees of the conference and was attended by school teachers, leaders and students from different countries
  26. 26. Feedback from the Judges
    • All credit must be given Intel and its partners for the professional way in which the competition was organized. The first round had the wonderfully organized rubric and the second round was objective, yet friendly and the face to face round gave us an opportunity to interact personally and select the winners.- Mr. Jonathan Anderson, Flinders University Australia
    • The competition highlighted the role played by School Leadership in the growth and innovation in schools. As a judge it was a tough job to select the winners because they were all winners within the context and the situation. Each school has achieved a lot in terms of ICT integration and innovation and creativity. Ms. Paulina Pennen, Sampoerna Foundation Thailand
    • Intel should consider having such contests revolving around a smaller theme, which will allows schools to showcase their excellence in various areas. - Ms. Jonghwi Park, UNESCO Bangkok