I read about the RA 8525 Adopt-A-School Program (http://www.deped.gov.ph) and I also observed that according to that program one way to support poor schools is to provide them the following educational equipment, like PCs, slide projectors, color TVs (21 inches), VHS players/recorders, DVD players and photocopying machines. Unfortunately, it never mentioned about digital cameras.
My initial plan is to pilot test my project: Tutorial Modules and Trainors Manual on a step-by-step conversion of PowerPoint presentations to be played on a digital still camera and be viewed on a TV screen.
I have two objectives:I have two solutions:
1. To identify schools that need assistance especially those with insufficient instructional materials/equipment and insufficient budget or funds.
2. To train teachers to improve teaching and enhance students’ learning and to assure that the teachers that are trained actually apply what they have learned.
1. To identify partner communities/institutions/corporations that are willing to sponsor a sustainable teacher training programs to schools mentioned above.
2. To design and offer modules/manuals/short-courses to suit teachers with different needs at all levels.
Although I know that with MaLT graduates, MaLT students, CLCIR people, and CLCIR trained faculty a dynamic team of teacher trainers can be created, as to whoever is willing to sponsor this project still remains to be seen. Are you the one?