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MAEID 211: Technological Trends &
Problems in Philippine Industries
Prof. NORMA BELDIA
Course Facilitator
DIELYN P. HIJOSA...
EDSA
REVOLUTION TO
THE PRESENT
• In education and other social
infrastructure sectors, the year of
1986 was a transition period. It was
the marked by reo...
More importantly, it was a
year of planning and
changes of development
under newly restored
democratic environment.
Objectives of Education and
Manpower Development Sector
to improved the quality and increase the
relevance of education a...
to inculcate values needed in
social transformation and renewal.
to raise the level of awareness,
interest and participa...
POLICIES AND STRATEGIES ON
TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION
Secondary Education
1. Barangay high school shall
be review to determine
...
2. Secondary vocational schools
shall either be upgraded into
post-secondary technical
institute or to continue as
seconda...
3. Development of
vocational placement
test for students
entering vocational
schools.
Post Secondary Technical and
Vocational Education
1. Technical and vocational shall be
directed to provide:
a. Skills req...
2. Priority in skills development shall
be given to the following areas;
a. Crop and livestock production
b. Post harvest ...
3. Upgrading of existing
vocational/technical schools
shall have priority over the
establishment of new ones.
Physical fac...
4. Curriculum testing and
standards shall be reviewed
and strengthened. Skills
developed program shall be
enriched with va...
5. The system of training and re-
training technical/vocational
teachers and administrators shall
be improved.
6. A nation...
• 7. A more rational system for
the allocation of funds to
support technical and
vocational schools shall be
instituted. N...
8. Linkages with the private
sectors shall be encouraged
and strengthened to
improved the sectors
participation in plannin...
9. A system of voluntary
accreditation of technical and
vocational education shall
instituted.
10. The management of techn...
Non- Formal Education
• Non-Formal education shall focus
on functional literacy, numeracy
and citizenship, and vocational...
ORGANIZATION AND
DEVELOPMENT
Responsibilities for Technical and
Vocational Education
DECS Order No. 36, s, 1987 was
promu...
Bureau of Higher Education.
This Bureau is responsible for
degree programs, associate
programs, as well as
midwifery, rad...
The Bureau of Technical and
Vocational Education: This
Bureau is responsible for post-
secondary certificates of at least...
The Bureau of Non-Formal
Education. This Bureau is
responsible for extension
services or outreach
programs, such as livel...
Creation of Regional Offices for
Technology Education
• Ad-hoc Committee on Technical and
Vocational Education were creat...
Formation of the Technical
Education Network
• The (TVED) Technical and Vocational
Education Project, funded by a loan
fr...
Establishment of the National
Agricultural Education System
• DECS Order No. 96,s.1987
established National Agricultural
...
• The creation of NAES is
anchored on the belief that
the development of
countryside and rural
sector is best attained wit...
The Fishery Education
Project as Program Thrust
• DECS Order No. 454, s, 1987 promulgated
to install the Fishery Educatio...
CURRICULUM
DEVELOPMENT: POLICIE
AND STANDARDS
• Standards doe industrial
Technician Education
• Some policies and
minimum ...
STRENGTHENING THE
TECHNICAL PANELS
• Technical Panel for
Agricultural Education
(TPAE)
• Technical Panel for
Technical and...
FOREIGN-ASSISTED
TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION
PROJECTS
• Agricultural Technology
Education Project
• Philippine Australia
Technica...
QUALITY ASSURANCE IN
TECHNICALAND VOCATIONAL
EDUCATION
• Accreditation in Technical and
Vocational Education
• Evaluation ...
LINKAGES IN SECTORAL
PARTICIPATION
• Creation of Technical
Coordinating Committee
• Creation of Technical
Advisory Committ...
LATEST DEVELOPMENTS
• Competency Based Instruction (CBI)
• Technology Education in the New
Secondary Curriculum
• Entrepre...
Thank you for
listening.
Merry Christmas
& a Happy New
Year!!
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Technological Trends and Probles in the Philippine Industries Report

  1. 1. MAEID 211: Technological Trends & Problems in Philippine Industries Prof. NORMA BELDIA Course Facilitator DIELYN P. HIJOSA Reporter
  2. 2. EDSA REVOLUTION TO THE PRESENT
  3. 3. • In education and other social infrastructure sectors, the year of 1986 was a transition period. It was the marked by reorganization , strengthening, planning, improving, revising or changing the system developed during the past regime. Educational Thrust of Administration
  4. 4. More importantly, it was a year of planning and changes of development under newly restored democratic environment.
  5. 5. Objectives of Education and Manpower Development Sector to improved the quality and increase the relevance of education and training; To increase access of disadvantage groups in all educational areas; To accelerate the development of middle-and high level manpower toward economic recovery and sustainable growth, as well as to enhance their employability, productivity and self - reliance
  6. 6. to inculcate values needed in social transformation and renewal. to raise the level of awareness, interest and participation in sports and cultural activities; to maintain and educational system that is truly Filipino in orientation, open to constructive ideas from everywhere, but alert to influences inimical to national dignity.
  7. 7. POLICIES AND STRATEGIES ON TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION Secondary Education 1. Barangay high school shall be review to determine those to be retained and/ or upgraded and provided with massive vocational education inputs.
  8. 8. 2. Secondary vocational schools shall either be upgraded into post-secondary technical institute or to continue as secondary vocational school with additional role as area vocational centers for students from neighboring general high schools.
  9. 9. 3. Development of vocational placement test for students entering vocational schools.
  10. 10. Post Secondary Technical and Vocational Education 1. Technical and vocational shall be directed to provide: a. Skills required by a labor-intensive agriculture and rural-based development strategy; b. Skills for self employment and entrepreneurship; and c. Skills required by current and emerging technologies and industries.
  11. 11. 2. Priority in skills development shall be given to the following areas; a. Crop and livestock production b. Post harvest and processing c. Farm management d. Farm mechanization e. Electrical/electronics f. Mechanical/electronics g. Welding fabrication and computer programming
  12. 12. 3. Upgrading of existing vocational/technical schools shall have priority over the establishment of new ones. Physical facilities and instructional materials development shall receive attention and support.
  13. 13. 4. Curriculum testing and standards shall be reviewed and strengthened. Skills developed program shall be enriched with values education emphasizing work ethic, discipline, productivity and nationalism.
  14. 14. 5. The system of training and re- training technical/vocational teachers and administrators shall be improved. 6. A national and vocational aptitude test will be developed and institutionalized to assist students in their vocational planning.
  15. 15. • 7. A more rational system for the allocation of funds to support technical and vocational schools shall be instituted. Non-traditional- generating projects shall be encouraged to augment funds for their operation.
  16. 16. 8. Linkages with the private sectors shall be encouraged and strengthened to improved the sectors participation in planning and implementation of technology education and ensure absorption of graduates.
  17. 17. 9. A system of voluntary accreditation of technical and vocational education shall instituted. 10. The management of technical and vocational education shall be continually improved to achieved and maintain economical, efficient, and effective delivery system.
  18. 18. Non- Formal Education • Non-Formal education shall focus on functional literacy, numeracy and citizenship, and vocational training to meet the skills requirement of the economy. Extension program of state colleges and universities shall be accelerated to expand the provision for non-Formal education.
  19. 19. ORGANIZATION AND DEVELOPMENT Responsibilities for Technical and Vocational Education DECS Order No. 36, s, 1987 was promulgated to define the function of the following bureaus with respect to technical and vocational education. The order defines the following:
  20. 20. Bureau of Higher Education. This Bureau is responsible for degree programs, associate programs, as well as midwifery, radiology, physical therapy and other sciences.
  21. 21. The Bureau of Technical and Vocational Education: This Bureau is responsible for post- secondary certificates of at least five months, diploma courses and board courses whose duration is not more than three years. It is also covers computer hardware courses
  22. 22. The Bureau of Non-Formal Education. This Bureau is responsible for extension services or outreach programs, such as livelihood courses which do not require a high school diploma for admission.
  23. 23. Creation of Regional Offices for Technology Education • Ad-hoc Committee on Technical and Vocational Education were created upon the promulgation of MECS Memorandum No. 62, dated June 6, 1986. Each committee operates under Office of MECS Regional Director. Its responsibility is to oversee the program of TVE in the region. It is consisted of regional supervisors who have adequate educational background and experience in the field of agriculture, fishery, trades and crafts, and home economics
  24. 24. Formation of the Technical Education Network • The (TVED) Technical and Vocational Education Project, funded by a loan from Asian Development Bank was operationalized in 1982. Its objectives is to institutionalized the benefits derived from the project. For this purpose 21 Technical Institutes (TIEs) were established to constitute a network known as Technical Education Network (TEN)
  25. 25. Establishment of the National Agricultural Education System • DECS Order No. 96,s.1987 established National Agricultural Education System (NAES). For the purpose of this Order, “agricultural includes courses related to professional, scientific, technological, technical, and vocational developments in fields of animal science, medicine, crop science, agricultural engineering, fisheries and forestry
  26. 26. • The creation of NAES is anchored on the belief that the development of countryside and rural sector is best attained with support of agricultural education and research and extension system.
  27. 27. The Fishery Education Project as Program Thrust • DECS Order No. 454, s, 1987 promulgated to install the Fishery Education and Training Project as a program and thrust in the mainstream of the Philippine rational system. This aimed to strengthen fishery education training by upgrading the seven fishery education institutions designated as Regional Institute of Fisheries Technology(RIFT). Order installed the RIFT to form part of the network of technician institutes coordinated by the Bureau of TVE
  28. 28. CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: POLICIE AND STANDARDS • Standards doe industrial Technician Education • Some policies and minimum standards for technology courses
  29. 29. STRENGTHENING THE TECHNICAL PANELS • Technical Panel for Agricultural Education (TPAE) • Technical Panel for Technical and Vocational Education (TPVE)
  30. 30. FOREIGN-ASSISTED TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION PROJECTS • Agricultural Technology Education Project • Philippine Australia Technical Vocational Education Project
  31. 31. QUALITY ASSURANCE IN TECHNICALAND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION • Accreditation in Technical and Vocational Education • Evaluation of Technical and Vocational Schools • The technician Competency Skills Test
  32. 32. LINKAGES IN SECTORAL PARTICIPATION • Creation of Technical Coordinating Committee • Creation of Technical Advisory Committees • Guidelines for Supervised Industrial Training
  33. 33. LATEST DEVELOPMENTS • Competency Based Instruction (CBI) • Technology Education in the New Secondary Curriculum • Entrepreneurship Program • Technical and Vocational Education Project as Program Thrust • Advisory Boards for the Centers for Technical Education
  34. 34. Thank you for listening. Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year!!

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