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FORMULATING

YOUR
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PHILOSOPHY OF
EDUCATION
BY:

JEAN PAULA R. LACANILAO

THE TEACHER...

FORMULATING YOUR PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION

Jean Paula R. Lacanilao CTP-

REVIEW
ESSENTIALIS
M The teacher transmits moral values
.

and intellectual knowledge to become


model citizens.
The emphasis is on academic content
The curriculum includes math, natural
science, history, literature and foreign
language
There is little emphasis on students
interest

The teachers serve as model to


students
The teachers rely on the use of
prescribed textbooks and puts
emphasis on discipline and
memorization

FORMULATING YOUR PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION

Jean Paula R. Lacanilao CTP-

REVIEW
PERENNIALIS
M Schools develop students rational
.

and moral powers


The emphasis is on heavy humanities
& general education and less
emphasis on vocational and technical
education
The teachers teach based on the
Great Books
Uses a teacher-centered approach

The teachers do not allow students


interest or experiences to get in the
way on what they teach
Students must understand historys
timeless concepts

FORMULATING YOUR PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION

Jean Paula R. Lacanilao CTP-

REVIEW
PROGRESSIVI
SM The students learn to live life fully
.

NOW & NOT to prepare for the future


The teachers develop students to be
intelligent citizens of the society
The teachers are identified with
relevant curriculum that responds to
students needs in relation to their
personal lives and experiences
The teachers are more concerned in
teaching skills to cope with change and
focuses in teaching gathering &
evaluating information and problemsolving
Students are exposed to new
technologies, social developments &
field trips where they interact with
nature and society

FORMULATING YOUR PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION

Jean Paula R. Lacanilao CTP-

REVIEW
BEHAVIORIS
M Schools and teachers provide
.

favorable environment to students


believing that students respond
favorably to different stimuli in the
environment

Teachers make the stimuli clear and


interesting to capture and hold the
students attention.
Teachers provide incentives to gain
positive responses and eliminate
negative ones

FORMULATING YOUR PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION

Jean Paula R. Lacanilao CTP-

REVIEW
CONSTRUCTIVI
SM Aims to develop motivated and
.

independent learners
Learners are taught how to evaluate
information, criticize, search, draw
insights, pose questions and research
Teachers provide students with data
or instances that will allow them to
use the learning process.
The classroom is interactive
Knowledge is constructed by students
through an active, mental process

FORMULATING YOUR PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION

Jean Paula R. Lacanilao CTP-

REVIEW
EXISTENTIALIS
to help students appreciate
M Aims
themselves as unique individuals that
.

takes full responsibility for their


thoughts, actions and feelings
Teachers help students by exposing
them to paths where they can learn
their own essence
Students are given options to choose a
subject matter but humanities is given
emphasis to help them to selfexpression and creativity
The focus is on the actions of
historical individuals that gives
models to students behavior
Vocational education is more
important than earning a livelihood;
focus is on the individual

FORMULATING YOUR PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION

Jean Paula R. Lacanilao CTP-

REVIEW
LINGUISTIC
Aims to develop the students
PHILOSOPHY
communications skills to perfectly
.

communications skills to perfectly


express themselves clearly
Teachers help students communicate
thru verbal, non-verbal and
paraverbal manners
Emphasis is on language correct,
coherent, grammatically correct , and
clear.
More language one speaks, the better.

The teacher makes the classroom a


place for interplay of hearts and
minds
The teacher encourages students to
make dialogues where exchange of
minds take place

FORMULATING YOUR PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION

Jean Paula R. Lacanilao CTP-

ISSUES TO CONSIDER IN
CREATING YOUR OWN
EDUCATION PHILOSOPHY
The knowledge,
skills, or attitudes
you seek to foster
in your students

Why is teaching
important to you?

The teaching
strategies you
use to promote
student learning.

The learning
environment you
seek to create in
your classroom.

Determining
whether students
have achieved
desired
outcomes.

The role of
teaching in the
context of career
or lifelong goals.

FORMULATING YOUR PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION

Jean Paula R. Lacanilao CTP-

POINTERS TO CONSIDER IN
CREATING YOUR OWN
EDUCATION PHILOSOPHY
The role of
the student
The purpose
in the
of education
EDUCATION
education
PHILOSOPH
The role of Y The role of
the teacher
the teacher
in the
in the
education
community
FORMULATING YOUR PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION

Jean Paula R. Lacanilao CTP-

FORMULATING YOUR PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION

Jean Paula R. Lacanilao CTP-

WHAT MAKES AN EFFECTIVE


EDUCATOR?

An effective
teacher
demonstrates a
caring attitude

An effective teacher
utilizes her teaching
skills by using
education philosophy

An effective
teacher loves to
teach.

FORMULATING YOUR PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION

An effective
teacher is an
excellent
communicator
and thinks
outside
the box
An effective
teacher
understands
and knows how
to explain in a
manner the
students will
understand.

Jean Paula R. Lacanilao CTP-

FORMULATING YOUR PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION

Jean Paula R. Lacanilao CTP-

THAN
K
YOU!

FORMULATING YOUR PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION

Jean Paula R. Lacanilao CTP-

CHAPTER 1
LESSON 3

The Foundational
Principles of Morality
and You
* A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his
influence stops
- Henry Brooks Adams

What is
Morality?
Morality - refers to the quality of
human acts
by which we call them
right or
wrong, good and evil.
~(Panizo, 1964)~

Right
- it conforms with the norm, rule and
law of morality

A mans action, habit or character


is good when it is not lacking of
what is natural to man (i.e. in
accordance with mans nature)

MAN
- Intellect
- Free will

BEAST
- Bound by Instinct

Meaning of foundational
moral principle
Principle
- comes from the Latin princeps
meaning beginning, a source.
- is that on which something is
based,
founded, originated, initiated

Foundational Moral Principle


- the universal norm upon
which all
other principles on the
rightness or
wrongness of an action are
based. it
is the source of morality.

Where is this foundational moral


principle?
- It is contained in the natural
law

What is the natural law?


- It is the law written in the hearts
of men
2:15)
- (Romans
for theists,
it is mans share in the
Eternal
Law light
of God...
(Panizo,
1964)
-the
of natural
reason,
whereby we
discern what is good and what is
-evil...
(St.
DO GOOD
AND AVOID EVIL
Thomas)

Panizo says :
- all peoples on earth, no matter
how
savage and illiterate, have
recognized
a supreme law of divine origin
Mencius
:
commanding good and
- all men have
forbidding
evil a mind which
cannot bear
[to see the suffering of] others.

He/She who lacks the feeling of :


- commiseration
- shame and dislike
- modesty and yielding
- right and wrong

.. is not a man

Different Versions of the natural


law (do good and avoid evil):
1. According to Kung-fu-tsu: Do not do
to others
what you you do not like others do
2. Golden rule of Christianity: Do to
to you.
others
what you like others do to you.
3. Immanuel Kant: Act in such a way that
your
maxim can be the maxim for all.
4. Buddhists: through the eightfold path
5. Islamic Koran: forbids lying, stealing,
adultery and murder.

TEACHER
- are duly licensed professionals
who possess dignity and
reputation with high moral values
as well as technical and
professional competence. In the
practice of their profession, they
strictly adhere to, observe and
practice this set of ethical and
moral principles standard and
values.

Four ways of describing good


moral character :
1.
2.
3.
4.

Being
Being
Being
Being

fully
a loving person
a virtuous person
a morally mature person

CH. 1 YOU, THE TEACHER


AS A PERSON IN SOCIETY
Lesson 5: Teaching as Your Vocation,
Mission and Profession

VOCATION

1.

2.

3.

Latin word vocare to call.


God, Allah = the caller
You = the called
Christians:
Abraham = Father of a Great Nation;
nation of Gods chosen people
Moses = called in Egypt to lead the great
escape from slavery
Mary = Mother of God

VOCATION

1.

Muslims:
Muhammad = the last of the prophets to
be called by Allah to spread the
teachings of Allah

YOU: You positively responded to the call to


teach

MISSION

Misio = to send.
You are called to be sent into the world to
accomplish a mission: to teach
Assigned task

YOUR MISSION:

The task entrusted to you ; then prepare yourself to


it.
You cannot take your studies for granted.
Once a teacher, forever a student.
Expected to the betterment of this world.

WHAT IS EXACTLY THE MISSION


TO TEACH?

Teach the child the fundamental skills or


basic rs of READING, RITING,
RITHMETIC, & RIGHT CONDUCT?
Help the child master the basic skills so
s/he can continue acquiring higher-level
skills in order to be a productive member
of the society?
Is it to deposit facts and other
information on empty minds of
students to be withdrawn during quizzes
and exams?

IL: INNOTECH

Center for training education leaders from the


Southeast region under South East Asean Ministers of
Education Organization;
Commonwealth, Diliman, QC
Conducts training programs to upgrade the
competences of teachers from the region in all
disciplines;
Project: Upgrade teachers knowledge and skills in
implementing alternative learning systems;
Comprehensive framework on peace and multicultural diversity
Innovative and technology based research training
and solutions

WHAT IS EXACTLY THE MISSION


OF TEACHING?

To midwife the birth of new ideas in the


minds of students.
To facilitate the maximum development
of his/her potential not only for
him/herself but for others.
Help the child become the man of
culture and of expertise? from Alfred
North Whitehead
Is it to provide opportunities for the
childs growth and to remove hampering
influences Bertrand Russell

SO WHAT IS EXACTLY THE


MISSION OF TEACHING?

To do all these and more!


Influence every child entrusted in your
care to become and happier because life
becomes more meaningful!
To help the child become more human.

A Principals Letter to her


Teachers
Dear Teacher,
I am a survivor of a concentration camp.
My eyes saw what no man should witness:

Gas chambers built by learned engineers.


Children poisoned by educated physicians.
Infants killed by trained nurses.
Woman and babies shot and burned by high
school and college students.

A Principals Letter to her


Teacher
So I am suspicious of education.
My request is: Help your students become
human.
Your efforts must never produce learned
monsters, skilled psychopaths and Eichmanns.
Reading, Writing, Arithmetic are important only
if they serve to make our children more human.
(Humanize mission in teaching.)

TEACHING AS A
PROFESSION

1.
2.
3.
4.

Like Engineering, Nursing & Accounting,


Teaching is a Profession.
Distinguishing Marks:
Long and arduous years of preparation;
Strive for excellence;
Dedication to public interest;
Commitment to moral and ethical
values.

TEACHING AS A PROFESSION
1.

2.

3.

4.

Long arduous
years of
preparation
Strive for
exellence.
Dedication to
public service.
Commitment to
moral and ethical
values.

1.

2.

End goal of the


profession is service.
We can give more if
we
have
more,
continuing
professional
education.
Good
reputation,
solid,
moral
and
ethical values should
be our bedrock
foundation.

Pwede na mentality vs.


Excellence
1.

2.

Inimical
to
excellence.
Indicate defeatism
and
and
resignation
to
mediocrity.

1.

2.

Here and abroad,


only the best and the
brightest make it.
We must have heard
of the mortality rate
in the Licensure
Examination for
Teachers, so in order
to pass it, we must
start preparing now.

Dr. Josette T. Biyo


Teaching may not be a lucrative position. It
cannot guarantee financial security. It even
means investing your personal time, energy
and resources. Sometimes it means
disappointments, heartaches and pains. But
touching the hearts of people and opening
the minds of children can give you joy and
contenment which money would not buy.
These are the moments I teach for. These
are the moments I live for.

CHAPTER 2

The Teacher in the


Classroom and
Community
Introduction
-To function well in the
classroom and
in the community, the teacher
must
be equipped with
competencies

Competencies
- the knowledge, skills and
attitudes
that a teacher ought to
possess for
him/her to perform tasks
satisfactorily; presented in
the
National Competency-Based
Teacher
Standards (NCBTS)
framework

Expectations :
1. Explain the competencies, as contained in the
NCBTS, that
each teacher must possess in order to function
in the classroom
and
the for
2. effectively
Relate the NCBTS
to the Code
of in
Ethics
community
Professional
Teachers the responsiveness of the present
3. Examine
teacher education curriculum to the needs of the
teacher as she performs her role in the classroom
in the
community,
and of the various roles
4. and
Deepen
ones
understanding
of the teacher in the classroom and in the
community

CHAPTER 2
LESSON 1

The National
Competency-Based
Teacher Standards
(NCBTS)

NCBTS
- Developed by the Department of Education in
relation to the Teacher Education and
Development
Program (TEDP) that conceptualizes a
teachers
- a set of competencies (behaviors, attitudes
career path.
and skills)
that each teacher must possess to
function
effectively and satisfactorily. These are
based upon
the core values of Filipino teachers and
on the
principles of effective teaching and
learning.

NCBTS
- divided into 7 domains
- domains incorporate a series of
21 strands
- 80 performance indicators

National Competency-Based Teacher


Standards
Statement OF Principle
1.Domain 1 :Social Regard for Learning
2.Domain 2 : The Learning Enviroment
3.Domain 3 :Diversity of Learners
4.Domain 4 :Curriculum
5.Domain 5 : Planning, Assessing and Reporting
6.Domain 6 :Community Linkages
7.Domain 7 :Personal Growth and Professional
Development

DOMAIN 1 : Social Regard for Learning


- This domain of Social Regard for Learning focuses on
the ideal that the teachers serve as positive and
powerful role models of the values of the pursuit of
learning of different kinds of the effort to learn. The
teachers actions, statements, and different types of
social interactions with students exemplify this ideal.

DOMAIN 2 : Learning Environment

The domain of Learning Environment focuses on


importance of providing for a social, psychological and
physical environmental within which all students,
regardless of their individual differences in learning, can
engage the different learning activities and work towards
attaining high standards of learning.

DOMAIN 3 : Diversity of Learners

emphasizes the idea that the teachers can


facilitate the learning process in diverse
learners by first recognizing and respecting
individual differences, then using knowledge
about students differences to design diverse
sets of learning activities to ensure that all
students can attain desired learning goals.

DOMAIN 4 : Curriculum

refers to all elements of the teaching-learning


process that work in convergence to help
students understand the curricular goals and
objectives, and to attain high standards of
learning defined in the curriculum. These
elements include the teachers knowledge of
subject matter and the learning process,
teaching-learning approaches and activities,
instructional materials and learning resources

DOMAIN 5 : Planning, Assessing & Reporting

refers to the alignment of assessment and


planning activities. In particular, the domain
focuses on the (1) use of assessment date to
plan and revise teaching-learning plans, (2) the
integration of assessment procedures in the
plan and implementation of teaching-learning
activities, and (3) reporting on learners actual
achievement and behavior.

DOMAIN 6 : Community Linkages

focuses on the ideal that classroom activities


are meaningfully linked to the experiences and
aspirations of the students in their homes and
communities. Thus the domain focuses on
teachers efforts directed at strengthening the
links between schools and communities,
particularly as these links help in the
attainment of the curricular goals.

DOMAIN 7 : Personal Growth and


Professional Development

emphasizes the ideal that teachers value


having a high personal regard for the teaching
profession, concern for professional
development, and continuous improvement as
teachers.

THE 21ST CENTURY


TEACHER
Reporter: Karl Reinier Era

What are the skills of a


21st Century Teacher?

Effective
Learning and
Communication
Innovation Skills
Skills
21st
Century
Skills
Info, Media and
Life and
Technology
Career Skills
Skills

EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION
SKILLS

Teaming

Collaboration

Interpersonal Skills

EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION
SKILLS

Local, National and


Global Orientedness

Interactive
Communication

Review:

Effective Communications Skills


Teaming
Collaboration
Interpersonal Skills
Local, National and Global Orientednes
Interactive Communications

Effective
Communication
Skills
21st
Century
Skills
Info, Media and
Technology
Skills

INFO, MEDIA AND


TECHNOLOGY SKILLS

Visual Literacy

The ability to interpret, make meaning


from information presented in a
form of an image.

INFO, MEDIA AND


TECHNOLOGY SKILLS

Visual Literacy

Information Literacy

The ability to identify what information i


needed and the best sources
of information.

EXAMPLE:

You are ask to do a research regarding Laguna Lak


olution over the years. Where is the right place to g
ormation regarding your research?
Municipal Hall
Laguna Lake Development Authority (LLDA)

As a requirement in one of your subjects, you are t


her data regarding the top ten cause of death in the
lippines? Where will you go to gather data?
Department of Health

INFO, MEDIA AND


TECHNOLOGY SKILLS

Visual Literacy Information LiteracyMedia Literacy

The ability to
understand the
message being
imposed by media,
such as television,
radio, newspaper
and theOR
like.
The ability to
analyze the things
that he/she
watched, heard
and read.

INFO, MEDIA AND


TECHNOLOGY SKILLS

Visual Literacy Information LiteracyMedia Literacy

Scientific Literacy

The ability of understanding scientific


concepts and processes required for
personal decision making.

entific literacy means that a person can ask, fi


etermine answers to questions derived from
osity about everyday experiences.

scribe
plain
edict
nversation to validate conclusions.

INFO, MEDIA AND


TECHNOLOGY SKILLS

Visual Literacy Information Literacy Media Literacy

Scientific Literacy Economic Literacy

he ability to apply basic economic concep


in situations relevant to ones life..

EXAMPLE:

Situation 1
You only need
3pcs of eggs

Situation 2
Store A is just
Beside your house
And Store B is 4km
way. (Fare is 16pesos
-roundtrip)

Store A is
selling
an egg for
Php. 5.00
each.

Store B is
selling
an egg for
Php. 4.00
each.

When you need to


purchase 17pcs of
eggs and above

INFO, MEDIA AND


TECHNOLOGY SKILLS

Visual Literacy Information Literacy Media Literacy

Scientific Literacy Economic LiteracyTechnological Literac

e ability to use computers and other technolo


to improve learning, productivity
and performance.

Effective
Communication
Skills
21st
Century
Skills
Info, Media and
Technology
Skills

Review:

formation, Media and Technology Sk


Visual Literacy
Information Literacy
Media Literacy
Scientific Literacy
Economic Literacy
Technological Literacy

Effective
Learning and
Communication
Innovation Skills
Skills
21st
Century
Skills
Info, Media and
Life and
Technology
Career Skills
Skills

LEARNING AND INNOVATION


SKILLS

1.Creativity
2.Curiosity
3.Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills
4.Risk Taking

Effective
Learning and
Communication
Innovation Skills
Skills
21st
Century
Skills
Info, Media and
Life and
Technology
Career Skills
Skills

LIFE AND CAREER SKILLS

1. Flexibility and Adaptability


2. Leadership and Responsibility
3. Social and Cross-Cultural Skills
4.Initiative and Self-Destruction
5.Productivity and Accountability
6.Ethical, Moral and Spiritual Values

THE SCHOOL AND


COMMUNITY
RELATIONS
BY:
JEAN PAULA R.
LACANILAO
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Parents are the first teachers in


the home.
They are responsible for the
development of values, attitudes
and habits that will be needed
as their children associate with
classmates in school.

FORMULATING YOUR PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION

Jean Paula R. Lacanilao CTP-

Teachers in the school


continue to enrich the
students experiences
at home

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Includes the local government units,


the non-government agencies, civic
organizations and all the residents.

Highly motivated to

participate in the school


activities and projects
that uplifts the moral
and quality of life in
their own locality.

FORMULATING YOUR PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION

Jean Paula R. Lacanilao CTP-

Difficulties
Irregular
attendance

Study habits in
school

Ability to
accomplish
assignments

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Negative
attitudes

Problem
with selfdiscipline

Jean Paula R. Lacanilao CTP-

Solutions
friendly face-to-face
exchange of
observations could
straighten some
disturbing interactions

Positive attitudes of
kindheartedness and
patience are
developed through
modeling

Regularity in
attendance and
doing daily
assignments

Letters and praises to


parents for outstanding
performances

Interesting lessons
motivate students to
be present everyday
and participate
enjoyably

Extremes of behavior
need detailed
consideration of past
experiences

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Values Developed
.

Respect for elder and for the


rights of others

Cooperation
Willingness to share

Deep sense of responsibility


Persistence

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Collaborative Relationships
The school officials actively
participating in community projects.
The municipal/city officials are
likewise ready to provide help.
Participation between school and
community is important especially if
there are some historical
celebrations to be conducted in the
same place.
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Organized Associations
Parent-Teacher Organizations and
Associations (formerly known as
Parents Teachers and Community
Associations)

School-Based
Management

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Public Safety, Beautification and


Cleanliness

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VALUES
EXHIBITED

INSTRUCTIONAL
CENTERS &
MATERIALS

Nationalism
Unity
Respect for
authority
Self-discipline

Clean Rivers
Town Library
Factories, etc.

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THAN
K
YOU!

FORMULATING YOUR PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION

Jean Paula R. Lacanilao CTP-

CH. 2 THE TEACHER IN THE


CLASSROOM AND
COMMUNITY
Lesson 4: Linkages and Networking
Organizations

LINKAGES IMPORTANCE

Create an impact on the lives of the


students and members of the community
Pursue
mutually
beneficial
and
productive programs and projects for the
good of all
Give better service to students and other
education stakeholders
Serve members of both sides according
to needs, interests and objectives
Solicit support and assistance

HOW TO ACHIEVE LINKAGES

Well-defined plans and creative efforts aimed


at establishing close affiliations
Prepare a list of projects and activities and the
much-needed assistance (human and material
resources) then determine the institutions with
parallel objectives and service
Characterized by reciprocity and genuine
sharing of responsibilities to ensure valuable
gains and attainment of educational objectives
Harness the tremendous influence and
expertise

NETWORK SYSTEM

Could be designed to incorporate the


strength and availability of the services
and expertise
School could also benefit from agencies
whose mission includes corporate social
responsibility
To achieve quality educational services
for the countrys youth

LINKAGES AND
NETWORKING
LINKAGES

NETWORKING

1.

2.
1.

2.

INTERNATIONAL
LINKAGES
NATIONAL LINKAGES

3.

Networking with
Professional
Organizations
Networking with
Foundations
Networking with
Government Offices

INTERNATIONAL LINK: Pi Lamda


Theta

International honor society and professional


association of women educators;
Michigan, USA. Philippines only area chapter;
Established here 3 decades ago;
Main project Excellence in Teaching Project
in coordination with Metrobank Foundation
Honors outstanding student teachers from
Colleges of Education
Supports 15 3rd yr. BSE/BEE students until
they graduate

IL: INNOTECH

Center for training education leaders from the


Southeast region under South East Asean Ministers of
Education Organization;
Commonwealth, Diliman, QC
Conducts training programs to upgrade the
competences of teachers from the region in all
disciplines;
Project: Upgrade teachers knowledge and skills in
implementing alternative learning systems;
Comprehensive framework on peace and multicultural diversity
Innovative and technology based research training
and solutions

IL: WORLD COUNCIL FOR


CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION

The WCCI is a transnational educational


organization committed to advancing the
achievement of a just and peaceful world
community.
It was organized at a confereNGO of the
United Nations in consultative status with
the
Economic
and
Social
Council
(ECOSOC)
2012

IL: ASSO. FOR SUPERVISION AND


CURRICULUM DEVT.

is a global community dedicated to excellence in


learning, teaching, and leading.
ASCDs innovative solutions promote the success of
each child.
Founded in 1943, it is dedicated to advance best
practices and policies for the success of each learner.
A nonprofit, nonpartisan membership association that
provides expert and innovative solutions in
professional development, capacity building and
educational leadership essential to the way educators
learn, teach and lead
Visit www.ascd.org for membership

2. NATIONAL LINKS

Could be established between


universities and colleges offering
identical degrees. Cross enrollment for
subjects needed for graduation is
allowed. E.g. University of the East and
University of Manila
Joint researches could be conducted by 2
or 3 universities depending on their
respective expertise

NETWORKING

A grid/web whose members actively


demonstrate how they can work together
to attain common objectives, undertake
innovative
practices
and
update
members regarding breakthrough in
different disciplines;
Bind oneself for common goal.

A. NETWORKING W/
PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

1.
2.
.
1.
2.
3.

4.

Consortium among
Universities and
Colleges:
TAFT CONSORTIUM
MENDIOLA CONSORTIUM
With Subject Specialists
BIOTA
MATHED
PHYSICS TEACHERS
ASSOCIATION
CHEMISTRY TEACHERS
ASSOCIATION

1.

2.

.
1.

Teacher Education
Institutions
Phil. Asso. For Tcher
Ed (PAFTE)
State Univ.& Coll.
Tcher Educators
Asso (SUCTEA)
National Organization
Federation of
Accrediting Assos. of
the Phil. (FAAP)

Consortiums
Taft Consortium
1. St. Paul Univ. Mla;
2. St. Scholastica;
3. PNU;
4. PCU; and
5. DLSU.
. Science teachers
discuss best
practices;
. Academic and
recreational activities.

Mendiola Consortium
1. San Beda College;
2. Centro Escolar
University;
3. San Sebastian
College; &,
4. Holy Spirit College.

Networking with Subject


Specialists
1.

2.

3.

4.

BIOTA- Biology teachers from universities nationwide.


Annual convention discuss latest in respective area.
Research findings, biotech practices and interesting
projects are shared;
MATHED Council of Mathematic Teachers and
Educators. Upgrade the competence of Math teachers
through national conferences, trainings, workshops.
Mathematic Teachers Association of the Phil. for basic
Math. MSP (Middle School) and MT (Math Teachers) Guild
conduct projects for college teachers;
Physics Teachers Association Professional development
program through contests and international conferences;
Chemistry Teachers Association upgrade them through
conventions and assemblies;

Teacher Education Institutions


1.

.
.
.
.

Philippine Association for Teacher Education


(PAFTE) = deans, professors and instructors
from public and private colleges of education.
Annual, midyear and national conventions and
assemblies for mutual collaboration and
sharing of expertise and educational tour to
Asian, American and European universities.
Observe modern learning facilities
Listen to progressive educators
Promote friendly alliance
Enrich intellectual, social and cultural pursuits

Teacher Education Institutions


2. State Universities and Colleges Teacher
Educators Association (SUCTEA) all state
colleges as members.
Annual convention held in different regions
for deans and teacher education professors
for exchange of approaches and modes of
delivering quality teacher education for the
youth.
Faculty exchange program or borrow for a
specialization
Widen academic research

National Organization
1.

FAAP (Fed, of Accrediting Asso. Of the Phil) =


group of agencies whose main function is to
conduct accreditation of educational
qualification and facilities starting from
administration, curriculum, faculty profile &
learning environment.
The Phil. Asso. Of Colleges and Univ.
Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA), Phil.
Accrediting Agency for Schools, Colleges &
Universities (PAASCU) and Association for
Accrediting Colleges and Universities of the
Phil. (ACCUP) belong to this organization.

B. NETWORKING W/
FOUNDATIONS
ERDA = Education Research & Devt. Assistance Foundation, Inc.: education of
the out-of-school youth.
. Supports programs and services in health, livelihood and continuing education;
. A dynamic human development organization committed to create and sustain
services for economically and socially disadvantaged children, youth, women,
families and communities
2. METROBANK FOUNDATION, INC. = education for SEARCH FOR OUTSTANDING
TEACHERS.
. Annual recognition and honor of outstanding teachers of the three educational
levels nationwide.
. Supports 3rd and 4th year teacher education teachers enrolled in schools
identified as Center for Excellence in Teacher Education in coordination with Pi
Lambda Theta
3. NETWORKING OF OUTSTANDING TEACHERS & EDUCATORS (NOTED) =
composed of all the winners of the annual search.
. Nurture a culture of excellence and service among educators through
professional development, publications , research and advocacy in active
partnership with the government and NGO
1.

NETWORKING W/ FOUNDATIONS
4. AYALA FOUNDATION, INC. = nonprofit, socio-cultural
development arm of the Ayala Group of Companies to
fulfill the needs of the whole person through holistic
response.
Recent technological developments
Cultivate Filipino ingenuity and talent
Preserve our rich culture, history and traditions
5. GMA Foundation = give hope and future to the Filipino
family by safeguarding human rights programs that
promote literacy and education
6. SM Foundation = launch yearly project which collects
books and educational materials from the public and
donates them to public schools and libraries

C. NETWORKING W/ GOVT.
OFFICES
1.

2.

3.

4.

Literacy Coordinating Council under the Dep Ed


trains trainors who handle literacy training courses
among the youth;
DOST supports undergraduates and graduate
scholarship programs in science and math in the
Regional Science Teaching Centers;
CHED organizes technical panels for all professions,
selects institutions as Centers for Excellence in their
chose field and regularly benchmarks the curricula of
all degrees with international standards; and,
Teacher Education Council of the Dep Ed focuses its
programs on teacher education policies and
standards.

D. NETWORKING WITH
MEDIA
1.

2.

3.
4.
5.

BROADCASTS ABS and GMA FOUNDATION


provide assistance to school children and
teachers through donations and conducting
interviews of achievers in various professions;
GOVT & PRIVATE CHANNELS award winning
entries to national competitions in education,
sports and healthcare;
Historic and cultural events and celebrations;
Publication and Prints
Projected Materials = education materials and
projected
documentaries
widen
childrens
knowledge for growth and development.