By: Ruby Roan-Cristobal – S&T Media Service, http://www.sei.dost.gov.ph/oct1907.htm
|The Science Education Institute of the Department of Science and Technology (SEI-DOST) welcomes proposals for the Intensive Training and Selection of Potential Delegates to the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO).
The proposal should reflect a comprehensive training program that extends beyond IMO in order to sustain the potentials of students identified to have high aptitude in mathematics, and to effectively guide them towards academic programs that are suited to their individual needs and interests.
It should contain the strategies and types of training programs that the students will undergo, specifying, among others: the scope of the training program, i.e. training modules and topics included; names and credentials of the trainers; training schedules; and long-term training packages that may be considered for future grants. Screening procedures for selecting the official Philippine delegates to the IMO should also be included.
The offer may also indicate the various schemes for getting funding support and technical assistance in the areas of high-level and/or IMO-specific trainings.
The proposal should cover a three-year period for the training of potential IMO delegates for years 2008, 2009 and 2010.
Preference will be given to proposals that are clearly written, with specific goals and objectives, targets, procedures, specific financial requirements and evaluation system.
Original proposals should be submitted, together with a one-page write-up about the proponent organization and supporting documents (e.g. SEC registration, names of the members of the Board of Directors and Officers, etc.), to:
|Deadline for submission is on 03 December 2007.|
For further information, contact Ms. Ruby Roan-Cristobal, Officer-in-Charge, S&T Human Resource Studies and Promotion Program, SEI-DOST, or call (632) 8371925 .