Schedules
  PAPER PRESENTATIONS
 
  Concurrent Paper Presentations 1
  Concurrent Paper Presentations 2
  Concurrent Paper Presentations 3
  Concurrent Paper Presentations 4
  DEMONSTRATIONS
 
  Concurrent Demonstrations 1
  Concurrent Demonstrations 2
MODERATORS
World Links Asia Regional ICTs in Education Policy Forum - Day Two

Concurrent Paper Presentations 1
6 September, 1:30pm - 2:30pm

PACIFIC

Reflections on ICTs in Basic Education Policy and Practice in the  Philippines (Arinto)
Building 21st Century Skills: What does it mean? (Scharffenberger)
CASPIAN A Journey Towards Building a 21st Century School: The San Isidro National High School experience (dela Cruz & Samadan)
Integration of Technologies in the Classroom Program of Placido del Mundo Elementary School: Gateway to pupils’ learning success (Acio)
   
AEGEAN Schools Radio Broadcasting: 97.9 SJ FM La Salle Radio (Bondad)
Distance Education for Marginalized Communities: Using communication technology as an alternative approach to adult literacy education (Cruz)
   
BALTIC-BALEARIC 21st Century Lifeskills for the Poor: The Sandiwaan experience (Beltran)
Developing Localized ICT-enabled Content for e-Health: The Molave WASH experience (Ramos)
CARIBBEAN
World Links
Asia Regional
ICTs in Education
Policy Forum
 
Overview of the World Links - Japan Social Development Fund Project (Tinio)
Overview of the Policy Forum Agenda & Expectation-setting (Tinio)
ICTs in Education Policies, Plans, and Programs in Southeast Asia:
  Cambodia (Nath, et. al.)
  Indonesia (Purwanto & Bondan)
 
 

Concurrent Paper Presentations 2
6 September, 2:40pm - 3:40pm

PACIFIC

Designing and Implementing an Effective Teacher Professional Development Program on ICT Integration: A framework for decision-making (Robles)
Developing a Technology-distributed Teacher Professional Development Program: Framework, issues, and challenges (Hermosa)
   

CASPIAN

ICT and Teacher Training: Case studies from across the world (Unwin)
Mindanao eLearning Space Quality Management System: An effective approach to eLearning (Importante, et. al.)
   

AEGEAN

The Pilot Intel® Teach to the Future Pedagogical Support Model (Te-Sasing & Balbin)
Techmentoring: The Partners in Learning way (Daguisonan & Caberte)
   

BALTIC-BALEARIC

Using Radio to Deliver Instruction: UP NISMED’s Titser’s Iskul on the Air Program (Bautista)
Soaring High: The ICT in Education experience of MSU-IIT (Alensub)
   

CARIBBEAN
World Links
Asia Regional
ICTs in Education
Policy Forum

ICTs in Education Policies, Plans, and Programs in Southeast Asia:
  Lao PDR (Sacklokham & Sengchandavong)
  Vietnam (Hai, et. al.)
 
 

Concurrent Paper Presentations 3
6 September, 4:00pm - 5:00pm

PACIFIC

ICT Integration: A roadmap for Philippine educational institutions (Espiritu)
Information Fluency Continuum (Legaspi)
   

CASPIAN

Online Learning and Intellectual Property Rights: An overview (Cristobal)
FOSS in Education Strategy (Macasio)
   
AEGEAN GILAS: Connecting our youth to the World Wide Web (Sańez)
Making Information Technology Safe for Children and Young People Wherever They Are (Alforque)
   
BALTIC-BALEARIC Managing Your ICT Laboratory: Systems and procedures (Zapata)
Involving Communities for Better Education: The case of Tayud, Consolacion (Flores)
   

CARIBBEAN
World Links
Asia Regional
ICTs in Education
Policy Forum

Round Table Discussion & Synthesis: Common Issues and Concerns Across the Region
 
 

Concurrent Paper Presentations 4
7 September, 10:45am - 12:15pm
PACIFIC “Broadbanding” Education - The Smart way (Isberto)
Mobilizing Island Communities to Sustain Television-based Instruction: The Knowledge Channel experience in Mindanao (Nuval)
  Private Sector-Public Sector Partnerships on ICT-related Services: The STI On-the-Job Training Program (Garcia)
   
CASPIAN Financing ICTs in Basic Education (Abcede)
Surfing Under the Sun: A sustainable computer laboratory-Internet café at Cabilao National High School (Garcia)
IBM eMentor Scholarship Program in Mindanao: Strategic partnerships for effective ICT use in education (Medado)
   

AEGEAN

The Negros Oriental High School e-Learning Club: Organizing students in support of ICT-based innovation (Sun & Lasola)
Students as Catalysts of ICT Integration: The Dynamic Mathematicians Group at the University of the East (Caloocan) High School (Cuenca)
Data-Driven Information and Communication Technology Planning for Schools, Divisions, and Regions (Rodrigo)
   
BALTIC-BALEARIC Project LIFTS: Harnessing ICT to Serve the Region (Samala)
Project Online ECIJANOS: Using digital imaging and video technology to enhance instruction, administration, and documentation (Sabacan)
Mobilizing Community Support for ICT-based Innovations (Lansang)
 
 

Concurrent Demonstrations 1
7 September, 1:30pm - 2:30pm

PACIFIC

Scaffolding Learning (Arinto)
   
CASPIAN Integrating Video Lessons in Instruction to Develop HOTS (Josue)
   
AEGEAN World Links “Our Village”: Project-based telecollaborative learning (Westergaard)
   

BALTIC-BALEARIC

iSchool WebBoard (Macasio)
 
 

Concurrent Demonstrations 2
7 September, 2:40pm - 3:40pm

PACIFIC

Authentic Assessment Strategies (Acosta)
   
CASPIAN BEAM Learning Guide System (Saunders)
   
AEGEAN Intel® Teach to the Future Evaluation Methodology (Light)
   

BALTIC-BALEARIC

Moodle and Student-centered Learning (Westergaard)
 
 

Moderators
  Ms. Hazel C. Acosta
  Prof. Patricia B. Arinto
  Ms. Celia R. Balbin
  Dr. Ma. Mercedes T. Rodrigo
  Ms. Monalisa M. Te-Sasing
  Ms. Victoria L. Tinio
 
 

World Links Asia Regional ICTs in Education Policy Forum
7 September, 10:45am - 12:15pm and 1:30am - 3:40pm
CARIBBEAN
World Links
Asia Regional
ICTs in Education
Policy Forum
Thematic Group Discussions
  I – Creation of a Regional Policy Network
  II – Adoption of a Policy Research Agenda
  III – Development of a Training Program to Assist Policymakers & Planners
Presentation of Thematic Group Outputs
Synthesis of Discussions (Scharffenberger)
 
 

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