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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
2018 KOREA-PHILIPPINES TEACHER EXCHANGE PROGRAM
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
2018 KOREA-PHILIPPINES TEACHER EXCHANGE PROGRAM

Application Project

A. Project Context

Name MARCO D. MEDURANDA

Region, Division, District NCR, DIVISION OF NAVOTAS, 1st DISTRICT

Name of School NORTH BAY BOULEVARD NORTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Key changes in my school as a The following outcomes are sought to in the school:
result of this project
1. Increased global citizenship knowledge, skills and attitudes
to target participants;

2. Greater integration of service learning in the curriculum to


support active global citizenship education;

3. Stronger internal and external stakeholder support on the


global citizenship education in the school.

Target Competency Improvement


Learners who participate in the project will have increased
cross-cultural awareness, communication and collaboration
skills, critical and problem-solving competencies, and
information and media literacy. Teacher-participants will have
increased content knowledge, pedagogy and assessment on
the integration of service learning principles to
operationalize global citizenship education in the K to 12
curriculum.

Describe current situation Currently, there is no structured program that engages


(problem or opportunity) in your learners in authentic, real-life global citizenship education
school that you need to address that employs service learning pedagogies. Citizenship
through your project. education is only learned through textbooks. Teachers have
very limited content knowledge and pedagogy on how to
infuse service learning framework to teach global citizenship
education. The school has no existing activities or projects
that engages internal and external stakeholders in explicitly
promoting global citizenship education thru community
service.

Title of Application Project Project GLACES: Global Learning through Active


Citizenship Engagement Service
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PROJECT OBJECTIVE/S:
TO: By the end of the five-month project, student-
SMART-Specific, measurable,
participants in the project will have been able to:
attainable, result-oriented and
with timeframe 1. Utilize multiple media sources to complete six
current events reports that address global poverty
and then analyze the articles and write a brief
summary
2. Complete written, visual and oral reflection
activities throughout the project to measure the
attitudinal change about community service and
citizenship that occurs during the project
3. Complete a long-term project with a presentation
at the end that will require them to do a planning
process, write rough and final drafts, compile a
bibliography, practice public speaking, and work
on time management

For teacher participants, the specific objectives are:


1. Create learning plans and instructional materials
aligned to Kto12 curriculum standards that
develop students' global citizenship skills thru
service learning;
2. Utilize authentic assessment tools to measure
achievement of students in the course of the
learning program;
3. Facilitate service learning activities in the
community and guide learners in the reflection
process to generate meaningful insights from the
experience.

Start date August 20, 2018

Length of project
The five-month after school learning program will run from

The project should be completed August - December, 2018.


within 3 to 6 months.

Expected Outputs The following are the expected outputs:

1. Student Community Learning Portfolios which include


reflection journals, photo documentation and
assessment worksheets
2. Unit plans and lesson plans on global citizenship
education thru service learning
3. Narrative documentation

Beneficiary/ies Target beneficiaries are 40 selected Grade 6 students


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Identify Success Indicators or This project will be a success when the following indicators
measures of success have been achieved and verified through unbiased means

1. Increased mean scores of between pre and post


survey assessment questionnaires (adapted Global
Citizenship Skills questionnaires)
2. Focus Group Discussion, following Krueger's
protocol,
3. Student Portfolio assessment.
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B. Action Steps -
Identify significant Milestone targets that could be achieved by the end of 30 days and
every 30 days thereafter. Milestones are (a) significant changes achieved; and/or, (b)
major steps taken towards achieving the desired improvement in your school

Target Milestone Actions Responsible Support Target


Person Needed Date
Who will do from: When
this step? will this
step be
accompli
shed?

Action Step 1

Conduct of needs and gap


analysis, pre-assessment

• Administration of pre- Regional


assessment on global Office to
Project August
citizenship skills for inform SDS,
students. Proponent, 20-24,
Division
• Conduct of semi- Participating Office of the 2018
structured interview on teachers, initiatives
teachers' needs re:
global citizeship
education integration
and service learning
Milestone 1 pedagogies

Planning and Materials Action Step 2


Development
Instructional planning and
materials preparation EPS and
PSDS for
• Collaborative unit technical
planning, curriculum August
Project assistance;
alignment, 27 -
Proponent, coordination
• Creation of budget of Septem
work and matrix of Participating with brgy
ber 7,
activities teachers, and city
2018
• Coordination to agencies for
community organizations planned
like LGU and NGOs for activities
the community service
learning activities of
learners
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Target Milestone Actions Responsible Support Target
Person Needed Date
Who will do from: When
this step? will this
step be
accompli
shed?

Action Step 3

Finalization of program matrix


and launching of the project

• Finalization of modules,
Project PSDS
worksheets and
Sept.
instructional materials Proponent,
EPS 10-14,
• Securing school and co- Participating
teachers support 2018
teachers, SDS
• Getting parents and
selected
students' consent City
students,
• Coordinating logistics for government
the program launch parents
officials
• Launching of the
program

Action Step 1

• Implementation of the Project


afterschool program Proponent, City
Sep. 18 -
• Conduct of service Participating government Nov. 28,
learning activities officials or
teachers, 2018
• Ensure that reflection workers,
selected
sessions are undertaken
every after service students,
Milestone 2
activities parents
Project
Implementation and
monitoring/review Action Step 2
Project
• Monitoring City
Proponent, Sep. 18 -
implementation by
Participating government Nov. 28,
getting the challenges in officials or
teachers, 2018
project implementation workers,
selected
and doing needed
students,
tweaking of the activities
parents
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Target Milestone Actions Responsible Support Target
Person Needed Date
Who will do from: When
this step? will this
step be
accompli
shed?

Action Step 1

Conduct of post-assessment

• Administration of post-
survey assessment on
GCEd Project PSDS,
• Conduct of post FGD's Proponent, Nov. 29
Participating
to get feedback from Participating - Dec. 5,
students and teachers on teachers
teachers, 2018
the outcomes of the
selected
project
students,
• Conduct of follow-up
interviews with selected parents
parents and community
members involved in the
Milestone 3 program

Post-assessment and
Analysis of student service Project
celebration of success
learning portfolios Proponent, PSDS,
Participating
• development of Participating Dec. 5 -
teachers,
assessment rubric teachers 14, 2018
selected
• content analysis of students,
selected journals parents

Project
Proponent, PSDS,
Participating
Triangulation of findings and Participating Dec. 5 -
teachers,
interpretation of results teachers 14, 2018
selected
students,
parents

Project
Documentation of findings, Participating
Proponent, Dec. 5 -
finalization of reports teachers
Participating 14, 2018
teachers,
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Target Milestone Actions Responsible Support Target
Person Needed Date
Who will do from: When
this step? will this
step be
accompli
shed?

Project LGU and


Proponent, NGO for
Celebration of success
Participating medals and
• Conduct of closing teachers, awards and Dec. 18,
program and awarding other 2018
of exemplary provision
performance
SDS, EPS,
PSDS
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C. Required Resources

Provide Specific Details of the physical and human resources required to successfully
implement your Application Project.

Milestone Resources Needed Budget Approvals needed

1. Planning and Training and office 2,000.00 SDS


materials supplies
PSDS
development
Transportation 1,000.00
Disbursing officers
Assessment materials 1,000.00
printing and
duplication
8,000.00
Launching program

• food
• invitation

2. Project Instructional supplies 8,000.00 SDS


Implementation and
Report materials 2,000.00 PSDS
Review
Snacks for students 15,000.00 Disbursing officers
during (six) community
service learning
activities

3. Post-assessment Post-assessment 1,000.00 SDS


and celebration of materials printing and
PSDS
success duplication
2,000.00 Disbursing officers
Report supplies and
binding

Closing Program 9,000.00

• food
• certificates
• invitation
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D. Risk Management Plan

All projects are exposed to risk. Risks are unpredictable events that might or might
not happen, and endanger the achievement of your project objectives. You should
therefore know what risks to prioritize and what to do when the risk happens.

Milestone Likely Risk Impact on Project if Specific Action to If Risk Happens,


Risk Happens Prevent RIsk Specific Action to
Soften Impact of
RIsk

1. Planning and Financial budget May affect planning Submit proposal Draw from personal
materials may not be met or and materials ahead of time. contingency funds.
development only a fraction development Consult budget
maybe approved. activities officers.
Identify possible
sources of fund.

Selected teachers May impede the Select carefully the Draw from the
may have problems creation of unit teachers who are contingency list of
in materials plans and willing and who teachers who are
development instructional have internal willing to be trained
process (e.g absent, materials motivation to take for the project.
sickness etc.) part on the project.
Have a pool of
committed teachers
who believe in the
project.
2. Project Disruption of May affect the Create contingency Implement
implementation and afterschool timeline of session plans or contingency session
monitoring and programs due to implementation flexible program plans.
review typhoons and other schedules to ensure
unforeseen that students will
scenarios get the desired
number of contact
hours.
3. Post-assessment Financial budget May affect planning Submit proposal Draw from personal
and celebration of may not be met or and materials ahead of time. contingency funds.
success only a fraction development Consult budget
maybe approved. activities officers.
Identify possible
sources of fund.

E. APPROVALS:
Printed Name Signature Date

Prepared by Marco D. Meduranda

Approved by