Annual Report

Annual Report FY 2013/2014

coverSEAMEO Regional Centre for QITEP in Science is the SEAMEO Centre focusing on improving the science competences and quality of science teachers and educational personnel throughout the Southeast Asia region. Fiscal Year (FY) 2013/2014 is the fifth year in which SEAMEO QITEP in Science operates under the first Five-Year Development Plan (5YDP).

This executive summary highlights the centre progress in three Key Result Areas (KRAs) including Regional Leadership, Regional Visibility, and Solid Resource Base.

In terms of Regional Leadership, The Centre conducted 4 regular trainings, namely; Environmental Education (2013 and 2014), Earth and Space Science (2013 and 2014), and three workshops on Developing and Planning the QITEP in Science Programme 2014, Development of Programme 2015, and also Development of QITEP in Science 2nd Five-Year Development Plan. Until June 2014, those trainings conducted since 2009 have absorbed a total of 1120 participants from Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Vietnam, and Cambodia.

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Annual Report FY 2012/2013

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SEAMEO Regional Centre for QITEP in Science is the SEAMEO Centre focusing on improving the science competences and quality of science teachers and educational personnel throughout the Southeast Asia region. Fiscal Year (FY) 2012/2013 is the fourth year in which SEAMEO QITEP in Science operates under the first Five-Year Development Plan (5YDP).
This executive summary highlights the centre progress in three Key Result Areas (KRAs) including Regional Leadership, Regional Visibility, and Solid Resource Base.
In terms of Regional Leadership, The Centre conducted six regular trainings, namely; Science Laboratory Management (2012 and in 2013), Environmental Education (2012), Science Classroom Supervision (2011), Earth and Space Science (2012 and 2013), and three workshop on Developing and Planning the QITEP in Science 2013 Training Courses, Development of 2014 Programme, and also Development of QITEP in Science Profile and Publication. Until June 2013, those trainings conducted from 2009 have absorbed a total of 890 participants from Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Vietnam, and Cambodia.

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Annual Report FY 2011/2012

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SEAMEO Regional Centre for QITEP in Science is the SEAMEO Centre focusing on improving the science competences and quality of science teachers and educational personnel throughout the Southeast Asia region. Fiscal Year (FY) 2011/2012 is the third year in which SEAMEO QITEP in Science operates under the first Five-Year Development Plan (5YDP).This executive summary highlights the centre progress in the third year in which SEAMEO QITEP in Science operates under the first Five-Year Development Plan (5YDP).
This executive summary highlights the centre progress in three Key Result Areas (KRAs) including Regional Leadership, Regional Visibility, and Solid Resource Base.
In terms of Regional Leadership, The Centre conducted five regular trainings, namely; Science Laboratory Management (in 2011 and in 2012), Science Research and Development (in 2011 and in 2012), Science Classroom Supervision (in 2011), and three workshop on Developing and Planning the QITEP in Science 2012 Training Courses, Development of 2013 Programme, and also Development of QITEP in Science Profile and Publication. Until June 2012, those trainings conducted from 2009 have absorbed a total of 666 participants from Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Vietnam, and Cambodia.

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Annual Report FY 2010/2011

annual 2010SEAMEO Regional Centre for QITEP in Science is the SEAMEO Centre focusing on improving the science competences and quality of science teachers and educational personnel throughout the Southeast Asia region. Fiscal year 2010/2011 is the second fiscal year in which SEAMEO QITEP in Science starts the operation under the second Five-Year Development Plan (5YDP) and also the year in which the Centre run under the new directorship of Prof. Dr. Ismunandar.
This executive summary highlights the centre progress in three Key Result Areas (KRAs) including Regional Leadership, Regional Visibility, and Solid Resource Base.
In terms of Regional Leadership, The Centre has conducted six regular trainings which are ICT-Based Science Learning, Research and Development, two Environmental Education Trainings, and Earth and Space Science, one in-country training conducted in Royal University of Phnom Penh (RUPP), Cambodia namely ICT- Based Science Learning, one On Job Training on Environmental Education, and three workshop programs for developing and planning the program, syllabi, and training materials for each QITEP in Science Training Courses. Those trainings conducted have absorbed a total of 268 participants from Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Lao PDR, and Cambodia.
In terms of Regional Visibility, The Centre has also conducted some collaborative activities including the MoU signing program with National Polytechnic Institute of Cambodia (NPIC), Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB), and Tsukuba University, participation on the APEC – Tsukuba International Conference V by The Centre Director, Prof. Ismunandar, and also The Panda Mobile program by World Wildlife Fund (WWF-Indonesia).
The Centre has also produced updated profile to ensure accessibility for our stakeholder to the programs and activities information.
In terms of Solid Resource Based, a number of four various staff capacity building activities has been followed as offered by government department and local organization and those programs have upgraded the knowledge and skill of The Centre’s personnel.
To undertake its programs and activities during the fiscal year under review, The Centre augmented the funds coming from the Government of Republic Indonesia.

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