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REGIONAL CONFERENCE OF
CARAGA HEIs KEY PERSONNEL
Balanghai Hotel, Butuan City
JANUARY 9, 2018
Presentation Contents
• Significant Education Reforms
• New of Policies, Standards and
Guidelines (PSGs)
• Scholarships and Grants
• K to 12 Transition Program
• Other Matters
*

T RA 10931 – Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education


* CMO 46, s.2012 brought Horizontal and Vertical Typology
New General Education Curriculum
COURSES (ENGLISH/FILIPINO TITLES) UNITS

● Art Appreciation/Pagpapahalaga sa Sining


● Ethics/Etika
● The Contemporary World/Ang Kasalukuyang Daigdig
● Readings in Philippine History/Mga Babasahin Hinggil
sa Kasaysayan ng Pilipinas
Core ● Mathematics in the Modern World/Matematika sa 24
Makabagong Daigdig
● Purposive Communication/Malayuning Komunikasyon
● Science, Technology, and Society/Agham Teknolohiya, at
Lipunan
● Understanding the Self/Pag-unawa sa Sarili

Mandatory The Life and Works of Rizal/Ang Buhay at Mga Akda ni Rizal 3
Electives Interdisciplinary courses to be created by HEIs 9
TOTAL 36
Clarification on the Status of P.E. , NSTP , Filipino
and other Mandated/Legislated courses

All college students are required to take:  CHED has deferred the
Physical Education (P.E.) per RA 5708 (4 implementation of 9 units of
subjects - total of 8 units) Electives in the New GEC starting
National Service Training Program AY 2018-2019 in order for the HEIs
(NSTP) per RA 9163 (2 subjects - total of to offer required subjects on
6 units) Filipino and Panitikan until further
notice from the Commission

 CHED enjoins all HEIs to comply with the laws on mandated courses by
integrating or incorporating in relevant subjects or courses some topics,
discussions, contexts, and concepts such as Philippine Constitution,
Agrarian/Land Reform, Population Education and Family Planning, Taxation,
and Climate Change and Environmental Awareness, etc.
CHED Initiatives on the New GEC

Train GE Faculty Train GE Faculty


Development of who can serve as HEIs Nationwide
Sample Course Trainors of other to teach the New
Syllabi for the 9 GE GE Faculty GE Courses
Courses
Training of Faculty
Trainors Training
Since 2016 CHED has been
Course
implementing Faculty Training
Syllabi
through Designated Delivering HEIs
Paradigm Shift to OBE
OBE - an approach that focuses and organizes the
educational system around what is essential for all
learners to know, value and be able to do to achieve
a desired level of competencies
It is “open to incorporating discipline-based learning
areas that currently structure HEI curricula”

For the HEIs, this means describing the attributes of


their ideal graduates based on their vision and
mission as part of their institutional goals or
outcomes, and using these as bases for developing
specific program outcomes
Philippine Qualifications Framework

NATIONAL LEVELS OF STANDARDS FOR


EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION
POLICY
QUALIFICATIONS OUTCOMES

COMPETENCY- LABOR MARKET- ASSESSMENT-BASED


BASED DRIVEN QUALIFICATION
RECOGNITION
*

* Washington Accord for Engineering, Seoul Accord for IT, etc


Updates on Revision of PSGs
for Baccalaureate Programs
Basic Features of the Revised Higher Education Curricula

A combination of minimum Practicum, apprenticeship, or


required general education, OJT as part of the curriculum
core, professional or major is required in almost all
subjects including electives disciplines

Majority of baccalaureate
Minimum required total programs will still be 4 years
number of credit units for in duration
undergraduate programs •Engineering, Accountancy, Physical Therapy,
Occupational Therapy were reduced rom 5 years
depends on the fields of to 4 years
study •Doctor of Dental Medicine and Doctor of
Veterinary Medicine were retained as 6-year
programs
EXISTING PROGRAMS REVISED PROGRAMS
Bachelor of Secondary Education  Bachelor of Secondary Education
majors in: majors in:
-English -English
-Filipino -Filipino
-Mathematics - Mathematics
-Physical Science - Science
-Biological Science
-Social Studies -Social Studies
-Values Education -Values Education
-TLE  Bachelor of Technology and Livelihood
Education (Major in HE, IA, ICT, AFA)
 Bachelor of Physical Education*
-MAPEH
 Bachelor of Culture and Arts Education
(New)
Bachelor of Technical Teacher  Bachelor of Technical-Vocational Teacher
Education Education

Bachelor of Physical Education  Bachelor of Physical Education*


-Major in School PE
-Major in Sports and Wellness  Bachelor of Science in Sports and Exercise
Management Science (Major in Fitness and Sports Mgt
and Major in Fitness and Sports Coaching)
Summary of Credit Units for
Teacher Education Programs
Summary Units
General Education Curriculum 36
Professional Education Courses 42
Specialization Courses 48-81
Elective/Cognate Courses 3-6
Mandated Courses (PE & NSTP) 14

TOTAL 140-173 units


Summary of Credit Units for
BS CIVIL ENGINEERING
Summary Units
General Education Curriculum 36
Mandated Courses (PE & NSTP) 14
Additional Math and Sciences 25
Engineering Sciences and Allied 29
Courses
Professional Education Courses 49
Specialization Courses 15
OJT (Minimum of 240 Hours) 3

TOTAL 171 units


Article VII – COMPLIANCE OF HEIs
(Mostly Non-Engineering Programs)

a) Subject to the institutional policy, only courses taken in


Grades 11 and 12 which fall under the heading of General
Education shall be considered for unit crediting provided
that the admitting institution is implementing the current
general education curriculum.
b) In case the admitting institution is an early implementer
of the revised GE curriculum, there shall be no crediting
of units.
Article VII – COMPLIANCE OF HEIs
(Engineering Programs)

a) Subject to the institutional policy, only courses taken in


Grades 11 and 12 which fall under the heading of General
Education shall be considered for unit crediting provided
that the admitting institution is implementing the current
general education curriculum.
b) In case the admitting institution is an early implementer
of the revised GE curriculum, there shall be no crediting
of units.
Article VII – COMPLIANCE OF HEIs
(Engineering Programs)

a) Subject to the institutional policy, only courses taken in


Grades 11 and 12 which fall under the heading of General
Education shall be considered for unit crediting provided
that the admitting institution is implementing the current
general education curriculum.
b) In case the admitting institution is an early implementer
of the revised GE curriculum, there shall be no crediting
of units.
Article VII – COMPLIANCE OF HEIs
(Engineering Programs)

a) Subject to the institutional policy, only courses taken in


Grades 11 and 12 which fall under the heading of General
Education shall be considered for unit crediting provided
that the admitting institution is implementing the current
general education curriculum.
b) In case the admitting institution is an early implementer
of the revised GE curriculum, there shall be no crediting
of units.
Application Workbook by TPET
(Proposed Template to follow)
Using MS Excel/Open Office :
Instructions
Basic Program Info
Program Outcomes
Currriculum Map
Proposed Program of Study
Course Prerequisite Map
Proposed Faculty Roster
Proposed Learning Resources
Proposed Lab Facilities
Transmittal Sheet
Status of Revised Undergraduate PSGs (CMO issued already)
Revised Undergraduate PSGs (CMO still to be issued)

( Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering)


CMO No. 10, s. 2017: Policy on Students Affected by the
Implementation of the K to 12 Program and the New
General Education Curriculum

Purpose: Provide guidance to higher education


institutions in the admission of students which are
affected by the implementation of the K to 12 program

In the exercise of the HEIs academic freedom, the


applicant students may enroll in any higher education
program subject to the admission requirements of the
admitting HEI.
Category 1: High school graduates of SHS early adopters
intending to enroll by June 2017

a) Subject to the institutional policy, only courses taken in


Grades 11 and 12 which fall under the heading of General
Education shall be considered for unit crediting provided
that the admitting institution is implementing the current
general education curriculum.
b) In case the admitting institution is an early implementer
of the revised GE curriculum, there shall be no crediting
of units.
Category 2: High school graduates of the old basic education
curriculum intending to enroll by June 2018

Students who graduated in high school on or before June


2016 may enroll in HEIs as first year college students
under the new higher education curricula. However, to
ensure college readiness of the students enrolling under
the new higher education curricula, the admitting HEIs
may require bridging programs for the general education
component.
Category 3: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th year college students under the
old higher education curricula who stopped schooling and
intend to re-enroll by June 2018

These students may re-enroll in any HEI which shall be


offering the new higher education curricula subject to
admission requirements of the admitting HEI. However,
since the new higher education curricula includes new
GEC:
a) The HEI has the option to give the students bridging
program or require the students to enroll the course under
the new GEC.
b) For professional or major subjects taken by the
students other than GE, HEIs may implement their own
requirements or policy for crediting
CMO No. 104, Series of 2017 - Revised
Guidelines for Student Internship Program in
the Philippines (SIPP) for All Programs
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STUDENT FINANCIAL
ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
•CHED STUFAPS (CMO 13, s.2014 and
CMO 1, s.2014-Priority Courses)
•ISKOLAR NG BAYAN (RA 10648)
•Expanded Students' Grants-In-Aid
Program for Poverty Alleviation (ESGP-PA)
(DSWD-CHED-DBM-DOLE)
•18 Other Agencies with STUFAPs
•NEED TO OPTIMIZE OUR LIMITED
RESOURCES AND HARMONIZE OUR
POLICY
RA 10687 (2015)
Unified Student Financial Assistance System
for Tertiary Education (UniFAST) Act
Objectives:
(a) To allocate and utilize properly all government resources
intended for students through effective beneficiary-targeting;
(b) To ensure consistency, continuity, and efficient coordination
of student financial assistance policies and programs;
(c) To ensure regional, equity in the distribution of student
financial assistance slots;
(d) To produce a pool of highly qualified graduates and
technical experts who will contribute to the country’s high-
level labor force through merit and talent-based Scholarships;
(e) To facilitate access to quality education through Grants-in-Aid
for students belonging to marginalized sectors; and
(f) To assist students with liquidity issues through Student Loans.
RA 10931:
Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education Act
Signed by President Duterte on August 3, 2017
Effective AY 2018-2019
(Free Tuition Fee at SUCs,AY 2017-2018)
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CHED K to 12
CMO 9, S.2013 – Enhanced Policies and
Guidelines on Student Affairs and Services

Annual Reports /Monitoring in SAS : 21 Forms


Student Welfare – 5
Student Development - 6
Institutional Student Programs – 12
@ Institutional Sustainability Assessment
KRA 4 - Support to Students
CMO No. 63, Series of 2017 – POLICIES AND
GUIDELINES ON LOCAL
OFF-CAMPUS ACTIVITIES
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CMO No. 104, Series of 2017 - Revised
Guidelines for Student Internship Program in
the Philippines (SIPP) for All Programs
CMO No. 104, Series of 2017 - Revised
Guidelines for Student Internship Program in
the Philippines (SIPP) for All Programs
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with a permanent gmail account e.g. HEIregistrar@gmail.com.
2. HEIs will be provided with Access to SO Evaluation Deficiencies, each HEI given
an xCode.
3. SO Application List in spreadsheet will be uploaded and accessible through an
HEI’s shared Google Drive folder.
4. Status on submission of reports, confirmations, etc will be posted.
IRON TRIANGLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION

the three main factors in higher education: COST, QUALITY and


ACCESS exist in what we call an iron triangle. These factors are
linked in an unbreakable reciprocal relationship, such that any
change in one will inevitably impact the others. Most of the
presidents believe that if one wants to improve the quality of
higher education, one must either put more money in the system
or be prepared to see higher education become less accessible
to students. Conversely, cutting costs in higher education must
eventually lead to cuts either in quality or access.
IRON TRIANGLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION
• COST, QUALITY and ACCESS
• Linked in an unbreakable reciprocal
relationship, such that any change in one will
inevitably impact the others.
• Most of the presidents believe that if one wants
to improve the quality of higher education, one
must either put more money in the system or be
prepared to see higher education become less
accessible to students.
• Conversely, cutting costs in higher education
must eventually lead to cuts either in quality or
access.
Thank You…