PRESS RELEASE: The Department of Science and Technology – Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) is inviting science educators to submit proposals for InnoBox: Search for the Most Innovative Teaching and Learning Materials in Science. InnoBox is a nationwide search for the most innovative teaching and learning resources in science. The search is open to all public and private elementary and secondary schools all over the country.
Applying innovation in science education
The InnoBox project aims to encourage teachers to be innovative, creative, and practical in teaching science concepts. The ultimate objective is to improve students’ overall performance and interest in the subject. Filipino teachers who are currently teaching science may submit an entry under any of these three search categories: Grades 3-6, Grades 7-10, and Grades 11-12.
The proponent may be either a science teacher or a team led by a principal proponent who is a science teacher. The DOST encourages collaboration with students in conceptualizing the proposed innovative learning materials. The learning resources must not have been awarded or given any kind of special recognition in previous competitions.
Proposals may be submitted to DOST-SEI via email at innobox.seidost@gmail.
For the complete guidelines and a copy of the application form, you may click this link.
The deadline for submission of proposals is on November 10, 2017. DOST-SEI will announce the results of the competition on the official website (www.sei.dost.gov.ph).
The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) is the Philippines’ premier governing body for science and technology. DOST is the government’s official arm in handling all science and technology-related activities in the country. The agency provides central direction, leadership, and coordination for all involved parties and activities across the country. It also formulates and executes policies, projects, and programs to develop the field of science and technology in the Philippines. First established as the National Science and Development Board (NSDB) on June 13, 1958, it found new life as the National Science and Technology Authority (NSTA) on March 17, 1981. – MF
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