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Higher Education MIS - ARMM HEIs

  1. 1. Higher Education Management Information System CHED-ARMM AY 2006-2007 Higher Education Data Collection & Processing Orientation-Workshop Charlie V. Calimlim Chief, MIS Division Notre Dame University Cotabato City August 27, 2006
  2. 2. Outline of Activities • Revisiting our reason for being • Higher education data and knowledge bank • Workshop on AY 2006-07 data
  3. 3. DEVELOPMENT INPUTS THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS THE GOAL OF EDUCATION IS THE “TOTAL DEVELOPMENT OF MAN” – A WHOLISTIC VIEW PPOINT THE TOTALITY OF MAN SPIRIT BELIEFS TRADITIONS MORAL VALUES CUSTOMS CULTURE EDUCATION IS THE ACQUISITION OF KNOWLEDGE, VALUES AND SKILLS THROUGH THE ARTS AND SCIENCES THAT SHALL EFFECT MEANINGFUL AND RELEVANT CHANGES TO MAN IN THOUGHTS, IN WORDS AND IN DEEDS. HOME/FAMILY/COMMUNITY SEVEN CARDINAL PRINCIPLES OF SECONDARY EDUCATION 1. Health 2. Command of fundamental process SOMATIC PHYSICAL BODY 3. Worthy home membership 10 ORGAN SYSTEMS 4. Vocation 5. Civic education 6. Worthy use of leisure MENS SANA EN CORPORE SANO 7. Ethical character FOUR GOALS OF HIGHER FOUR CATEGORIES OF EDUCATION OBJECTIVES OF EDUCATION 1. Quality and Excellence 1. The objectives of self2. Relevance and Responsivenes 2. The objectives of human 3. Access and Equity 3. The objectives of economic 4. Efficiency and Effectiveness PSYCHE ID-EGO PERSONALITY THINKING ABILITY 4. The objectives of civic Audial Contributes to national transformation & development Nasal Gustatory Student remembers: 10% of what he reads; 20% of what he hears; 30% of what he hears % see; 75% of what he says; 90% of what he says and do; and almost everything he hears, see and do Visual Tactile SENSORY LEARNING PROCESS OUTPUTS Good Ethical Behavior The divine mind Mens sana en corpore sano Intellectual Moral Physical Spiritual Love for God, Man, Nature Human Dignity Political Good Governance Social Economic Love for humanity Appropriate use of resources (man, money, materials, machines) THE TOTALITY OF MAN ACQUISITION, RETENTION, UTILIZATION THE EDUCATED MAN Development of a productive and versatile citizen
  4. 4. Audial Visual Nasal Student remembers: 10% of what he reads; 20% of what he hears; 30% of what he hears % see; 75% of what he says; 90% of what he says and do; and almost everything he hears, see and do Tactile Gustatory SENSORY LEARNING PROCESS
  5. 5. HIGHER EDUCATION THRUSTS • Quality and Excellence - the provision of undergraduate and graduate education that meets international standards of quality and excellence; • Relevance and Responsiveness - generation and diffusion of knowledge in the broad range of disciplines relevant and responsive to the dynamically changing domestic and international environment; • Access and Equity - broadening the access of deserving and qualified Filipinos to higher education opportunities; and • Efficiency and Effectiveness - the optimization of social, institutional, and individual returns from the utilization of higher education resources.
  6. 6. The Educated Man Is a human being that has acquired, retained and internalized knowledge, values and skills and use it for the common good that has benefited not only himself but his family, his neighbor, his community, his society and his country as well, thus, contributing to national development.
  7. 7. Benefits accruing to the individual SOCIAL Administration SOCIETY (Environment) Benefits accruing to individual students from earlier educational investments Faculty Social System Cultural System Economic System Political System Technological System INPUTS Aim Students Resources Human Fiscal Material Physical Students CULTURAL ECONOMIC Financial Physical Human Resources Benefits accruing to the society Benefits accruing to society through individual’s contributions OUTPUTS educated individuals Mission, goals, objectives Course content/emphasis Learning programs & activities Instructional materials & facilities Teaching methodology Evaluation techniques Social Cultural Economic Systems of society Political Technological Measures the internal efficiency of the formal education program FLOW MODEL OF FORMAL EDUCATION INSIDE THE SCHOOL SYSTEM Measures of external productivity of education
  8. 8. CHED Offices (ROs and COs) HEIs, GOs, NGOs CHED Data Bank CHED Knowledge Bank Decision Makers/ Stakeholders
  9. 9. Requirements for K Bank: 1. Knowledge leadership and strategy (VMG, performance expectations) 2. People and knowledge sharing culture (regular inter-unit/department collaboration) 3. Knowledge process (channels to capture and spread information) 4. KM technology architecture (access to computer, internet/intranet) Data/Info/K capture • Common definitions and coding (RCDEM) • Forms in spreadsheet or any other format. (Unified Data Gathering Forms (UDGF).
  10. 10. Knowledge Process: Information Systems for higher education: • Integrated School Administrative System with: • Student Enrollment and Accounting System • Curriculum Information System • Personnel Information System • Electronic Verification and Certification System • Special Order Application and Issuance System • Scholarship Administration System • Graduate Tracer Information System
  11. 11. “The window is wide open for any nation or for any group or for that matter any collaboration of people...to design and remake the education delivery system in a way that will reshape the world. The race is on. And the outcome is going to change not just higher education but people around the globe." Michael O. Leavitt, Governor of Utah
  12. 12. National Indicators
  13. 13. Distribution of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) January 2006
  14. 14. 1,918 1,465 453 As January 2006
  15. 15. Distribution of HEIs by Region 300 250 200 Public Private 150 100 Caraga ARMM CAR NCR XII XI X IX VIII VII VI V IVB IVA III II 0 I 50
  16. 16. Participation Rate* by Region (AY 2004-05 enrollment) CARAGA ARMM CAR NCR XII XI X IX VIII VII VI V IV III II I 0.00 20.00 40.00 60.00 80.00 * Ratio of enrolled students in higher education over college age population
  17. 17. Uses of higher education info: • To help HEIs monitor the efficiency of their program offerings • To aid policy making. To help CHED in defending its policies and budgets in Congress • To provide input into special CHED studies/ projects, e.g. COE/COD, HEDP, etc • To monitor the progress of Medium Term Philippine Development Plan – Higher Education: 2006-2010
  18. 18. Workshop objective: To accomplish and submit AY 200607 data collection forms
  19. 19. CHEDARMM/ROs CHED MIS Central Office HEMIS DB AY 2006-2007 DB Main Campus SUC Main Campus Campus 2 Signed cover letter Form A – Institutional Profile Form BC - Curricular Program Table E5 Faculty PHEIs, LUCs, Other HEIs Campus 4 Campus 3 Signed cover letter SUCs Normative Financing Forms (Form B - Curricular Program Table E1-Tertiary Faculty Table E2-Pre-Collegiate Faculty, etc.) June 2006/cvc
  20. 20. AY 2006-2007 Data Collection Forms • Form A – Institutional Profile • Form BC – Curricular Program Profile, Enrollment and Graduates • Form E5 – Faculty Profile Cut-off date of data inclusion: July 1
  21. 21. Deadline of Submission of accomplished forms: • HEI to CHEDRO: September 30, 2006 • CHEDRO to CHED Central Office: October 31, 2006
  22. 22. Small deeds done are better than great things planned!
  23. 23. http://www.ched.gov.ph/policies for inquiries on HEMIS, please email to: cvcalimlim@ched.gov.ph