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Dr. Jaime (?)
This activity is the first in a series of activities planned by PSITE for this year. After our planning session and induction last month, we have agreed (also during the first board meeting of PSITE) that this year is going to be PSITE's faculty development year, and all our efforts are focused on faculty development.
Standardization of IT proficiency skills is one of the projects that has to be done not just by PSITE but on a national scale. After this activity, we are planning a seminar workshop on IT curricula. We also plan to have a national IT student congress sometime in September, a conference on IT education sometime in October, and computer science research some time in December. We have planned many big activities for PSITE, aside from smaller activities like outreach programs to areas where we haven't had any activity in the past. Chapter development remains as one of the priorities. I believe that most of you are from the NCR, and perhaps it might be fitting to think of organizing an NCR meeting or conference to plan that out perhaps sometimes next month with you as founding members.
So setting IT proficiency standards has been identified by ITEC as one of the important projects that have to be done. Towards that goal one of the efforts by the JITSE Phil Foundation is the pushing for a Philippine ITSE to be declared a standard by the Bureau of Products and Standards, and JITSE has already a lot of gain in that area.
During this meeting, let's talk about standards - what can be done, what should be done - but let's keep in mind that together with the standards our biggest concern remains the same - upgrading the teaching of IT, upgrading the competencies of university instructors, and that will be our main objectives for this year.
Hon. Fortunato Dela Peņa Undersecretary for S&T Services Dept. of Science & Technology
Specifically, two components or tasks in the work of the ITECC - business development and HR development. He belongs to the e-government implementation committee.
industrial design - fusion of art, technology and to a certain extent marketing concepts. Tell Martin? Skills needed in Cebu. Idea - use UP campus in Cebu for all these programs in industrial design, linked to Diliman? DOST people talked to industry representatives. Needs to be accessible, so not Diliman. UP really needs this kind of new expertise because FA enrollment is going down and youth are more practical - visual comm, industrial design. Need for faculty upgrading. Yesterday was in Cebu, first two modules in industrial design being offered, teachers from Cebu attending as well as some designers.
(note: Learn how to talk better than the current speaker. ;) Vary tone, emphasize points, don't hide behind the podium. ) (note: But his message is good.) (note: My phone hung.)
e-commerce research site Alexa internet stats
IT Education Survey
E-mail her a copy of e-commerce syllabi
Cyberfair this August! =)
APEC TEL E-COMMERCE SKILL STANDARDS WORKSHOP - improving teleccomunications and information infrastructure
Oooh, good, learning materials and curriculum objectives! Maybe we should have a standards project for computer science stuff, too.
Knowledge Management (Suggested topics for a BS CS major in KM, Software Development, SQA, Websites)
internetreview.ph - feedback for the IT standards, sharing learning material
Developing human resources for electronic commerce
CMM phased out soon
Matrix Reloaded good explanation of OOP? =)
35 level 5 companies in the world. Wow. 28 in India.
Peer reviews, peer code. Lessons learned carried across projects, not just for individual people. (Note: Do this for CS21A!)
(Note: Join PSITE)
Host a CMMI workshop? One seat for free.
June 30. SQM. Room and food, maximum of 20 participants. They promote. They just need a venue and food. Maybe even two seats. Certified lead assessor again.
JITSE has several levels. The one given here is the fundamental exam.
(Note about flawed bidding process of election canvassing machines, open letter, advisory council)
We can ask MIS office to fund a few more people for the SQM seminar.
Application Systems Programmer Exam
They're offering a generic networks course through AOTS.
Software Design and Development Engineer Exam.
Pilot test: Fundamental IT Examination Class II
Equivalent to NWCET and ICCP
Send sample tests to Sir Olpoc
Go for the trainor's training curse or the software design and development training course? Ask about scholarships.
Maybe we should ask for a copy of the JITSE review material. P1750.00
Christopher Grajo Head. ORPDIMIS St. Anthony Sch. Singalong, Malate Manila 09194231788 (O) 5237287 5281158 (FX)
Learner-pull? I definitely want this. They're thinking of massive archives of past lectures, recordings, testing, problems... This would be nice (well, maybe not the lectures part, but yeah).
Hmm. Digital divide?
Cognitive modeling of individual students! I'd love to have something like this running! I wonder if I can get this into CS21A.
What won't happen - Telepresence will not happen because people still need the human touch.
(But what if we could do home schooling instead? Small-group instruction? We think in terms of security of tenure, but is the classroom really that effective?)
Augusto Cambio(?) TESDA
MUST POSSESS the competence to move on to higher learning
cross-disciplinary knowledge, better communication and interpersonal skills
ability to work in a team
a strong sense of responsibility
attention to detail
Keep these in mind for CS21A
Task management skills
plan and integrate a number of potentially different tasks to achieve a complete work outcome. Should provide evidence that they can work efficiently to meet deadlines, handle a sequence of interrelated tasks and progress smoothley between tasks.
Contingency management skills
Respond to irregularities and breakdowns in routines. Candidates should show evidence of dealing with contingencies. For example: breakdowns, irregularities, imperfections, the unknown.
Job / role environment skills
Deal with the responsibilities and expectations of the work environment. The capacity to work with others and adapt to different situations
Key stages I think I really should require CS21A students to maintain a journal. When they run into a problem, they should write it down, write down what steps they took to try and fix it, and what they learned.
Covers requirements to review assessment procedures in a specific context
Assists in clarifying the unit title and notes any relationship with other industry units
Basic building blocks of the unit
Describe the key purpose of the unit. Describe the actions or outcomes which are demonstrable and accessable.
Bong: See how we can get into this.
Associate professor of computer science, UPd
Standards for teaching, professional development for IT educators, assessment in IT education, IT content, IT education programs, IT education systems.
Ooh, something about excellence. How do you provide opportunities for them? Programs in computer science should not limit those who will lead the development of the discipline in the future.
human ingenuity and creativity has fostered the rapid development of the discipline of computer science in the past.
Borrow this presentation - transferable skills good sell
COPING WITH CHANGE
teaching methodology that emphasizes learning as opposed to teaching
students continually being challenged to think independently
challenging and imaginative exercises that encourage student initiative
sound framework with appropriate theory that ensures that the education is sustainable
up to date equipment and teaching materials
information resources and appropriate strategies for staying current in the field
cooperative learning and the use of communication technologies to promote group interaction
need for continuing professional development to promote lifelong learning
ACM curriculum recommendations Compressed approach? Topic-based approach? Web-based approach?
UNESCO Informatics Curriculum framwork 2000 for higher ed: http://www.ifip.or.at/pdf/ICF2001.pdf AIS - IS2002. http://aisnet.org/Curriculum/index.htm (We have this). MSIS 2000 Model Graduate Curriculum ISCC'99: http://www.iscs.unomaha.edu/TableOfContents.html http://books.nap.edu/html/nscs/html/index.html http://www.ched.gov.ph/policies/CMO2001/CMO_23.doc
Implementation factors and strategies
There is no single ideal model curriculum need for a considerable degree of freedom for implenentation
cultural and societal setting
insititutional size and scope
specific disciplines and educational programs offered by the educational institution
available budget, personnel and resources
background and potential of the faculty
Distribution of Certificates
Introducing The First On-Line IT Programmers Course Based on the JITSE Curriculum of Japan Japan Information Technology Standard Examinations Information and Communications Technology Certification Course COURSE STARTS 02 JUNE 2003 Registration going on! For inquiries, please contact us at: Direct lines: 717-0423/724-0526 - Telefax: 724-1473 E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org - Website: www.ramtecphil.com A TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION VENTURE BY Ramon L. Atienza Management and Technology Enhancement Center Mezzanine Floor, RRI Building, No. 881 S. Laurel Street, Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila, Philippines
A somewhat longer brochure goes
The First On-Line IT Programmers Course based on the Japan Information Technology Standard Examination ( JITSE ) Curriculum The Information and Communications Technology Certificate Course
Objectives of the ICTC Course General Objective To acquire capabilities to utilize a basic knowledge of Information Technology based on the JITSE curriculum and to demonstrate these through the preparation and writing of creative, solutions- oriented programs based on systems specifications. Specific Objectives 1. To prepare participants for the JITSE examinations by enabling them to acquire and demonstrate the competencies required by JITSE standards for programmers. 2. To assist participants to successfully pass the TESDA trade test for Computer Programmers by enabling them to acquire and demonstrate part of the minimum competencies required for certification. 3. To enable participants to acquire and demonstrate the RAMTEC standards for creative approaches to problem-solving and applications based on industry-validated requirements. 4. To provide opportunities for participants for career development and commensurate employment through the acquisition of sectoral, national and global standards-based certification.
Course Management Course Director: Flordeliz C. Garcie Academic Consultant: Dr. Carmela S. Perez On-Line Facility Consultant: Fr. Jose Mari B. Legaspi Training Quality Supervisor: Rene I. Lamzon Distinct Features of the Course - Intensive IT Programmers Course based on the official Japan Information Technology Standards Examination ( JITSE ) curriculum - Excellent preparation for the JITSE Examinations - Managed by professional learning specialists, mentors and avisers - Combines weekend face-to-face sessions with on-line sessions - Utilizes e-learning groups as well as virtual learning networks - Mentors to guide and monitor participants for all sessions - Week-end group sessions devoted to tests and exercises - On-line sessions guided by subject matter specialists and mentors - Group interventions to develop on-line study habits and discipline - Affordable registration fees with installment scheme; Also provides for discounts and refunds.
Schedule of Sessions Course A: Intensive Course An intensive 4-month course covering a total of 240 learning hours which combines face to face sessions with guided on-line, self-study sessions. Designed primarily for IT graduates and professionals from Metro Manila who intend to take the JITSE Examinations on Sept. 2003 and Feb. 2004. The first session of Course A will start on Friday, 2 May 2003 and end on 30 August. Advanced registration will start by Monday 31 March 2003. Starting 20 October 2003, registration for Course A will be open throughout the year with new classes to start every month. Course content The main course contents of Course A are structured along eight ( 8 ) modules namely : 1. Basic Theory of Computer Science 2. Basic Computer System 3. Network Technology 4. Database Technology 5. Systems Security 6. Systems Development and Operations 7. Operations ResearSch and Business Applications 8. C - Programming
Registration To register, please fill up Registration Form and fax to RAMTEC (Fax No. 724-1473). For reservation and advanced payments, call RAMTEC (Tel Nos. 717-0423 / 724-0626) for instructions. Fees The registration fee for the Course: P 20,000.00 Fees are inclusive of tuition, one set ( 5 vols) of JITSE review materials, exercise book, access card and writing materials. Discounts for Early Registration Registration will start on Monday, 31 March 2003. Discounts will be given to the first 30 enrollees who will register anytime from March 31 to 23 April 2003. Installment Payment Scheme RAMTEC is offering an Installment Payment Scheme which will be open to all course participants. For details and procedures, please contact RAMTEC. Refunds RAMTEC will refund the amount of P4,500.00 for all course participants who will successfully pass the JITSE Examinations to be given on September 2003 and February 2004. A refund of P2,000.00 will also be given to all course participants who will take and pass the TESDA trade test for IT Programmers.
Contact us at: OFFICE ADDRESS Mezzanine Floor, RRI Building No. 881 S. Laurel Street, Mandaluyong City Metro Manila, Philippines DIRECT LINES 717-0423 * 724-0626 TELEFAX 724-1473 E-MAIL ADDRESS email@example.com WEBSITE www.ramtecphil.com A Technology Education Venture by Ramon L. Atienza Management and Technology Enhancement Center
They have a scholarship exam tomorrow.
on building better tools for collaborative software development.
- You will not find thousands of unrelated projects here: every
project fits into the Tigris vision.
- You will not find dead projects here: every project is welcomed
into the community with a commitment to see it through and active developers cycle among related projects.
- Tigris.org is hosted by CollabNet, but the Tigris vision is one
for the entire open source movement and one that has attracted senior open source developers from many organizations.
Invited Microsoft for ASP.NET, and WSI for graphics, and Macromedia MX, and e-commerce.
1 and 1/2.
Making the most of your computer science education
September 5 - 6, student congress, national IT