2017 Philippine Education Conference

PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS

November 27, 2017

Function Room 1

Strategic School Leadership in the Era of Standards in the Light of the Implementation of the K to 12 Program
Presented by Phoenix Publishing House

Function Room 2

The Future of Higher Education
Presented by Vibal Publishing

Function Room 3

Genyo Innovation Summit 2017: Educating for the Creative Workplace of the Future
Presented by Diwa Learning Systems Inc.

Function Room 5

The Power and Promise of ‘Real’ OBE
by Dr. William Spady
Presented by Spady and Uy Center for Transformational OBE and Rex Book Store

*12:00 NN Soft opening of the 2017 Philippine Education Expo | Registration of participants with performance by the FEU Bugle and Drum Corps

CONFERENCE PROGRAM

November 28, 2017

9:00-9:15
(15 mins.)
Opening of the 2017 Philippine Education Expo
9:15-9:45
(30 mins.)

Philippine National Anthem | Invocation
Boscorale*

Welcome Address
Hon. Leonor M. Briones*
Secretary, Department of Education
Chairperson, Private Education Assistance Committee (PEAC)

Audio-Video Presentation
A Look Back at the 2015 Philippine Education Conference

2017 Philippine Education Conference Overview
Ms. Rhodora Angela F. Ferrer
Executive Director, Private Education Assistance Committee
THE STATE OF PHILIPPINE EDUCATION
9:45-10:15
(30 mins.)

Hon. Leonor M. Briones*, Secretary, Department of Education (DepEd)

10:15-10:45
(30 mins.)

Hon. Guiling A. Mamondiong, Director General, Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA)

10:45-11:15
(30 mins.)

Hon. Patricia B. Licuanan, Chairperson, Commission on Higher Education (CHEd)

11:15-12:15
(1 hr.)

Achieving the Promise of K to 12: A Panel Discussion with the Education Secretaries and Education Stakeholders

Fr. Joel E. Tabora, S.J.
President, Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines (CEAP) and Ateneo de Davao University

Dr. Edilberto C. de Jesus
Professor Emeritus, Asian Institute of Management (AIM)

Mr. George T. Barcelon
President, Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PPCI)

Moderator
Rhodora Angela F. Ferrer

12:15-1:30 Lunch
Intermission | Boscorale
1:30-3:30
(2 hrs.)
CS-A1 CS-A2 CS-A3 CS-A4

Implementation of the Senior High School Curriculum


Dr. Lorna D. Dino
Undersecretary for Curriculum and Instruction

DepEd

Moderator
Dr. Pilar I. Romero
Principal University of Santo Tomas Senior High School

Work Immersion in the K to 12


CEAP National Basic Education Commission


Sr. Felicitas Bernardo, SPC
Senior High School Principal
St. Paul University Manila>


Ms. Romina Gracia C. Cortez
Integrated School Principal
De La Salle University


Dr. Richard Jugar
Basic Education Director
University of San Carlos


Moderator
Dr. Jose Paulo E. Campos
President, PAPSCU
President, Emilio Aguinaldo College

The Promise of College Readiness of the Grade 12 Graduate:
Issues and Concerns


Karol Mark Yee*
Executive Director, CHEd

Moderator
Dr. Michael M. Alba
President Far Eastern University

Developing Higher Level Qualifications for Technical-Vocational Education


Deputy Director General Rosanna A. Urdaneta
Office for Policies and Planning, TESDA

Moderator
Dr. Marycel C. Engracia
President Mein, Inc/beMix Consultancy Board Member, TVSA

3:30-4:00 Break
4:00-6:00
(2 hrs.)
CS-B1 CS-B2 CS-B3 CS-B4

Qualifications Frameworks for Global Competitiveness


Dr. Ma. Cynthia Rose B. Bautista
Vice President for Academic Affairs University of the Philippines

Prof. Zita Mohd Fahmi
Secretary ASEAN Quality Assurance Network

Moderator
Dr. Wilfred U. Tiu
President, Trinity University of Asia

Implementation of the General Education Curriculum


Dr. Ma. Cristina D. Padolina
President Centro Escolar University

Moderator
Dr. Miguel Q. Rapatan
De La Salle University

Developing the Filipino Professional


Dean Yolanda D. Reyes
Commissioner Professional Regulation Commission (PRC)

Dr. Rosita L. Navarro
Chairperson Board of Professional Teachers, PRC

Moderator
Fr. Dionisio M. Miranda, SVD
President, University of San Carlos

Teacher Education and the K to 12


Dr. Purita P. Bilbao
Chairperson Technical Panel for Teacher Education, CHEd

Dr. Ester B. Ogena
President Philippine Normal University

Moderator
Dr. Filomena T. Dayagbil
President, PAFTE President, Cebu Normal University

2017 PEC Press Conference

November 29, 2017

FUNCTION ROOM 2-5 MEETING ROOM 789
8:00-8:15 Invocation
UST Singers

Presented by PEAC and First Eduspec

2017 K to 12 STEM Immersion
Workshop: STEM with Robotics and Computer Science

Certified Master Trainers Carnegie Mellon Robotics Academy

[by invitation only]

8:15-9:15
(1 hr.)

The Formative Five: Teaching For Success In Life

Dr. Thomas R. Hoerr
Emeritus Head of School, New City School
St. Louis, Missouri, USA

9:15-10:15
(1 hr.)

Co-presented by Miriam College

Placing Learners at the Center Through Design in Education

Dr. Jennifer Bain and Dr. Juliet Sprake
Goldsmiths, University of London

10:15-10:30 Break
10:30-11:30
(1 hr.)

Defining Performance Outcomes that Really Matter: Goodbye Bloom’s Taxonomy!

Dr. William Spady
Founder, Spady and Uy Center for Transformational OBE

11:30-12:30
(1 hr.)

Trends Concerning the Vocationalization of Secondary Education and Integrating TVET into Secondary Schools
Prof. Rupert MacLean
UNESCO Chair on Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) and Sustainable Development College of the North Atlantic-Qatar

12:30-2:00 Lunch
Intermission | UST Singers
FUNCTION ROOM 2-5
2:00-4:00
(2 hrs.)
CS-C1 CS-C2 CS-C3 CS-C4

Assessing and Documenting Performance Outcomes the OBE Way: Goodbye Numbers and Percents!


Dr. William Spady

Moderator
Dr. Peter P. Laurel
President Lyceum of the Philippine University Laguna and Batangas

Creating a School Culture of Growth


Dr. Thomas R. Hoerr

Moderator
Br. Bernard S. Oca FSC
President De La Salle Santiago Zobel School

Design Thinking as Transformative Educational Practice


Dr. Jennifer Bain and Dr. Juliet Sprake

Moderator
Dr. Edizon A. Fermin
Director Miriam College-Henry Sy, Sr. Innovation Center Miriam College

2017 PEC Video Closing Prayer

Vocationalization of Secondary Education


Prof. Rupert Maclean

Moderator
Mr. Jose Maria T. Policarpio
President Philippine Educational Publishers Association (PEPA)

2017 PEC Gratitude Dinner for Institutional Partners
SESSION DESCRIPTIONS

November 28, 2017

PLENARY SESSION

The State of Philippine Education

Basic Education
Hon. Leonor M. Briones, Secretary, Department of Education (DepEd)
Represented by Undersecretary Jesus Lorenzo R. Mateo*, Undersecretary for Planning and Field Operations, DepEd

This session presents updates on the full implementation of the K to 12, particularly the senior high school. Specifically, the presentation focuses on any of the following: accomplishments of the basic education sector; implementation issues and concerns faced; strategies and solutions adopted; and plans and next steps of the Department of Education.

Higher Education
Hon. Patricia B. Licuanan, Chairperson, Commission on Higher Education (CHEd)

This session presents updates on the preparations of the higher education sector to accept the first batch of senior high completers in school year 2018-2019. In particular, the talk focuses on any of the following: CHEd policies, programs, and other initiatives that support the higher education institutions (HEIs); HEI alignment with the qualifications frameworks; transition of SHS completers who will pursue college studies and developing these learners to be more competitive and responsive professionals who will address national and international demands.

Technical and Vocational Education
Hon. Guiling A. MamondiongDirector General, Technical Education and Skills Development (TESDA)

This session presents the programs and initiatives of TESDA that support the implementation of the Technology and Livelihood Education (TLE) and Technical-Vocational-Livelihood (TVL) Track of the K to 12 program as well as preparations for SHS completers who will choose to pursue middle level skills development.

Achieving the Promise of K to 12: A Panel Discussion with the Education Secretaries and Stakeholders
With Fr. Joel E. Tabora, S.J., Dr. Edilberto de Jesus, and Mr. George T. Barcelon Moderated by Ms. Rhodora Angela F. Ferrer

The President of the largest educational association in the country, a former Education Secretary and education expert, and a business leader will give their reactions to the updates and ask the Education Secretaries the questions that are on the minds of the education sector and stakeholders.

CONCURRENT SESSIONS A

Implementation of the Senior High School Curriculum
Dr. Lorna D. Dino, Undersecretary for Curriculum and Instruction, DepEd

The session focuses on the issues and concerns in implementing the Grade 12 curriculum of the different SHS tracks (Academic, TVL, Sports, and Arts and Design) that will lead to the curriculum exits of the K to 12, namely college, employment, entrepreneurship, or middle level skills development, whichever is the option of the learner.

Work Immersion in the K to 12
National Basic Education Commission, CEAP
Sr. Felicitas Bernardo, SPC, Senior High School Principal, St. Paul University Manila
Ms. Romina Gracia C. Cortez, Integrated School Principal, De La Salle University
Dr. Richard Jugar, Basic Education Director, University of San Carlos

The session focuses on immersion models, best practices, and experiences of school administrators who took the lead in implementing the program in their respective schools.

The Promise of College Readiness of the Grade 12 Graduate: Issues and Concerns
Karol Mark Yee*,Executive Director, CHEd

The session focuses on the CHEd College Readiness Standards developed by the Technical Panel for General Education and how are these aligned with the K to 12 curriculum and what are the issues and concerns of the higher educational institutions as they prepare to accept Grade 12 completers.

Developing Higher Level Qualifications for Technical-Vocational Education
Deputy Director General Rosanna A. Urdaneta, Office for Policies and Planning, TESDA

The session focuses on any of the following; how schools can align with the Philippine Qualifications Framework; how senior high schools can improve the delivery of TVL Track of the SHS curriculum; and how technical-vocational institutions can develop technical-vocational courses that lead to higher level qualifications and find their niche in the K to 12 landscape.

CONCURRENT SESSIONS B

Qualifications Frameworks for Global Competitiveness
Dr. Maria Cynthia Rose B. Bautista, Vice President for Academic Affairs, University of the Philippines
Prof. Zita Mohd Fahmi, Secretary, ASEAN Quality Assurance Network

The session focuses on the issues and concerns of schools in aligning with and implementing the qualifications frameworks in their educational delivery. The presentations can give the schools strategies on how to raise the awareness, develop understanding, and increase utilization of the qualifications framework by the end-users in the schools such as the instructional leaders, teachers, and guidance counselors so as to guide the learners and their parents.

Implementation of the General Education Curriculum
Dr. Ma. Cristina D. Padolina, President, Centro Escolar University

The session focuses on how schools can effectively deliver the general education curriculum, which includes shifting to learning competency based standards; linking K to 12 competencies and the entry requirements of tertiary education; assessing the college readiness of the K to 12 graduates; and providing school-based training on content, pedagogy, and assessment that the new curriculum requires, to name a few.

Developing the Filipino Professional
Dean Yolanda D. Reyes, Commissioner, Professional Regulation Commission
Dr. Rosita L. Navarro, Chairperson, Board of Professional Teachers, PRC

The session focuses on how higher education institutions (HEIs) can effectively implement the policies, standards, and guidelines (PSGs) for the academic programs with a discussion of the implementation issues, challenges, strategies, and even successes in the light of the national needs and global demands. Specifically relevant to the education sector is a presentation on developing the Filipino professional teachers from the Board of Professional Teachers of PRC.

Teacher Education and the K to 12
Dr. Purita P. Bilbao, Chairperson, Technical Panel for Teacher Education, CHEd
Dr. Ester B. Ogena, President, Philippine Normal University

The session presents two perspectives: the Commission on Higher Education, a government agency that mandates the teacher education curriculum, and a teacher education institution that delivers the curriculum with the end goal of developing effective teachers. School administrators will learn from the discussion of the implementation issues, challenges, strategies, and even successes as both respond to the K to 12 requirements.

PLENARY SESSION

The Formative Five: Teaching for Success in Life
Dr. Thomas R. Hoerr, Emeritus Head of School, New City School, St. Louis, Missouri, USA

In this keynote presentation, Dr. Hoerr will show how it is not sufficient to prepare our students scholastically. He will identify and explain the Formative Five success skills that students need to succeed in life.

Placing the Learners at the Center Through Design in Education
Dr. Jennifer Bain and Dr. Juliet Sprake, Senior Lecturers in Design Education, Goldsmiths University, London

21st Century Education is Two Paradigm Shifts Away
Dr. William Spady, Founder, Spady and Uy Center for Transformational OBE

‘Modern’ 21st Century education is still two paradigm shifts away from being truly ‘relevant’ to today’s learners. That elusive goal will be attained only after education undergoes two fundamental paradigm shifts: One from its Time-Based, factory-model, Industrial Age roots to becoming genuinely Outcome-Based; and the other when the Outcomes in that new paradigm transcend traditional classroom work and fully engage students in the life performance roles required of empowered adults in our ever-evolving global society. Dr. Spady will draw on his four-plus decades of cutting-edge experience with Transformational OBE to explain both of these shifts and give Filipino educators at all levels a fresh vision of what relevance can mean, both to them and their students.

Trends Concerning the Vocationalization of Secondary Education and Integrating TVET into Secondary Schools
Prof. Rupert Maclean, UNESCO Chair on Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) and Sustainable Development, College of the North Atlantic-Qatar

This presentation will examine the ongoing debate on the pros and cons of secondary education becoming more closely and explicitly related to preparing young people for the world of work. This is often referred to as the ‘vocationalization of secondary education’. The presentation will locate this discussion within the larger debate as to the relationship between secondary education and education for the world of work (with particular reference to technical and vocational education and training-TVET) and the extent to which education and schooling should emphasize skills development for employability.

CONCURRENT SESSIONS C

Creating a School Culture of Growth
Dr. Thomas R. Hoerr

Schools need to focus on preparing students to excel in life, not to just do well in school. In this workshop, Dr. Hoerr will illustrate how a school’s culture can be used to help teach the Formative Five and to prepare students to achieve in life.

Design Thinking as Transformative Educational Practice
Dr. Jennifer Bain and Dr. Juliet Sprake

Implementing the Essence and Power of ‘Real’ OBE
Dr. William Spady

Outcome-Based Education (OBE) is a powerful approach to learner success and empowerment, but its true meaning is misunderstood and misapplied in country after country. In this workshop, Dr. Spady will use his decades of cutting-edge experience with ‘real’ OBE to explain its essence, its origins, its unique paradigm, its ‘Success for All Learners’ philosophy, and its key operating principles – the driving forces that enable its implementers to expand and transform ‘The Conditions of Success’ for classrooms and institutions of all kinds. From the pioneering work of Benjamin Bloom fifty years ago to today’s pioneering breakthroughs in the Philippines, Spady will engage participants with tangible examples of how ‘real’ OBE can elevate and transform learning, curriculum, instruction, assessment, and the meaning of success itself in their classrooms, schools, and universities.

Vocationalization of Secondary Education
Prof. Rupert Maclean

This workshop will build upon ideas and examples presented in the plenary presentation, on the ‘vocationalization of secondary education’. It will discuss concrete examples within the Asia-Pacific region as to how secondary schools can most productively and effectively prepare their students for gainful employment with the world of work, with particular references to bridging academic and vocational learning. Participants will be encouraged to provide examples from their own work.

SPONSORED SESSIONS

2017 K t 12 STEM Immersion Workshop: STEM with Robotics and Computer Science
Meeting Rooms 7-9 |7:30 AM-5:00 PM
Presented by First Eduspec Inc and PEAC

This session will give an overview of the STEM robotics curriculum and its big ideas. Participants will learn the foundation of computation thinking through robotics and the fundamentals of programming through STEM with robotics through hands-on activities inspired by real-world scenarios.

360@60: The 21st Century Classroom in Focus
Meeting Rooms 4-6 | 8:00 AM-4:30 PM
Presented by C & E Publishing, Inc. and PEAC

Mapping out the interconnectedness of innovations into a coherent whole remains a challenge for educators. Thus, this session envisions the resulting learning environment in 360' through 60 minutes of interactive and hands-on activities so that educators may gain a better appreciation of the value of emerging learning technologies and solutions.

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