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ENTREPRENEURSHIP

EDUCATION IN THE SECONDARY


LEVEL, A COMMITMENT IN THE
RIGHT DIRECTION

ding Entrepreneurs Towards Seizing Global Opportunities

on-stock, non-profit organization whose objecti


oster an entrepreneurial culture that will maxim
vidual and collective economic and social succ
h in local and global scales.

Foundation prepares the Filipino people to suc


n entrepreneurial economy through Entrepreneur
cation.

ding Entrepreneurs Towards Seizing Global Opportunities

ce its inception, the foundation has worked


ous programs and projects with various groups
anizations to help spread the Entrepreneurial cu
mindset to more people.

ding Entrepreneurs Towards Seizing Global Opportunities

RICULUM AND CONTENT DEVELOPMENT - Sc


Air, Entrepreneurship for the Masses

NING - Students, Teachers, Employees, Governm


), Entrepreneurs (EntrepAsia), Corporations (E2E)

EARCH - Women Entrepreneurship Program

ERIALS DEVELOPMENT & SUPPORT - FUNANCE


epreneurship for the Masses

ur years resulting in:

THE NEW TLE


CURRICULUM:
THE CAREER PATHWAYS
PROGRAM

1st QTR

2nd QTR

3rd QTR

4th QTR

AGRIFISHERIES

HOME
ECONOMICS

ENTREP

INDUSTRIA
ARTS

AGRIFISHERIES

HOME
ECONOMICS

ENTREP

INDUSTRIA
ARTS

SPECIALIZATION
SPECIALIZATION

AGRIFISHERIES

HOME
ECONOMICS

ICT

INDUSTRIAL
ARTS

Instead of ENTREPRENEURSHIP, ICT is


introduced as part of the 4 core TLE
subjects
CAREER PATHWAYS - Students choose
the path they want to follow

1st QTR

2nd QTR

3rd QTR

4th QTR

10

11

12

Focus on either ICT, HE, Agri-Fisheries or


Industrial Arts for 12 Quarters

1st QTR

2nd QTR

3rd QTR

4th QTR

10

11

12

ach box focuses on teaching a specific skill that, upon


ompletion, is equivalent to career

ollows a ladderized approach

he level of difficulty (as well as the career equivalent)

SO WHERE IS ENTREPRENEURSHIP???

SONAL
SSMENT

5%

Consumer
Analysis

Community
Market
Analysis

cteristics
ributes
raits
estyle
Skills
petencies

Definition of
Industry

vs. Student

ENVIRONMENT AND MARKET


15%

Skills
Development

Ide
Ni
Cus
Oppo

PROCESS &
DELIVERY

SUM

75%

ntrepreneurship concepts are


grained in every quarter.

he level of Entrepreneurship
oncepts follow a ladderized
andard - it becomes more difficult
each year level.

erspective also widens from


arangay, town to province as one
oes up in level.

SKILLS (PECS)

Assess personal interests,


competencies, talents etc.
compare these with a
practitioner
Why is it conducted every
quarter?

Each box represents a diff


career orientation. Therefo
the qualities and character

Looks at barangay, town/


community and province
(depending on the level).

Looks at market in terms o


COMPETITION and the
CUSTOMER

Who do I sell to? Who am


competing with? What is t
market like?

Looks at the HOW or the


SKILLS needed to produ
the product
Refers to the Process and
Operations

This is already what is bein


taught

Teachers can use these


sessions to synthesize/
summarize the results of th
previous sessions of the q

What are the opportunities


student can find based on
has been taught and learn
far? Can I find a niche? Do
customers for the product
service I am thinking of?

It is all about OPTIONS for the student!!!

MPLOYMENT OR BUSINESS

1st QTR

2nd QTR

3rd QTR

4th QTR

10

11

12

?????

WHAT ABOUT THE FOURTH YEAR?

1st QTR

2nd QTR

3rd QTR

4th QTR

10

11

12

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

erything the student has learned the first three yea


will be the foundation for his entrepreneurial ventur

IDEAS &
TUNITIES

Grading

B 1-5

THE MARKET

OPERATIONS &
FINANC
HUMAN RESOURCE BUSINESS P

Second Grading

Third Grading

KAB 6-8

KAB 6-8

Fourth Gra

KAB 6

Will be used in the Fourth

Comes from the Internatio


Labour Organization (ILO)

9 modules that serve as


teaching guides for teachin
Entrepreneurship in the Fo
Year that will lead to the
development of a business

Used in more than 20 cou

Includes Lesson Plans per


which includes:

Objectives, Methodolog
Activities, Lectures,
Handouts, Transparencie

Can also serve as referenc


the first 3 year levels

do you train more than 50,000 teacher


a span of 6 weeks, with limited financia
resources as well as limited materials?

Is the solution to the clam


teachers for more and be
training.

Given the magnitude of th


desired rollout, the trainin
required by teachers is
insufficient due to limited
and resources

TOTO will provide just tha


TRAINING and RESOURC
needed by teachers to tea
subjects more efficiently a

atform that contains


s support mechanisms
ed by teachers in order to
about the new updates
their subject areas.

avenue that allows


ers to refresh and review
selves with old concepts.

TO is found online.

ows teachers to choose based on:

A specific subject area

A specific year level & quarter

all the tools and resources needed to further support tra


learning such as:

O contains:

Outlines/Teaching Plan
Videos
Powerpoint Presentatio
Links to Other Referenc
Sample Quizzes
Worksheets

result teachers would be more equipped in facing the


enges of teaching in their respective areas as a result of t
ng. Furthermore, this will result to a degree of standardiz
is taught in the different classrooms around the country.

For the Philippines to survive and continue its economic


growth, we must see entrepreneurship as our central
comparative advantage.

Nothing else can give us the necessary leverage to rise


above economic difficulties.

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