NEEAP Monitoring and Evaluation


The matrix below shows that proposed Monitoring and Evaluation Indicators for the monitoring of the NEEAP.

A.  Basic Education

PROGRAM  MONITORING INDICATOR
EVALUATION INDICATOR 
Materials Development
  • Number and type of print and non-print instructional materials developed
  • Number of copies printed
  • Number of copies distributed per region
  • Extent of use
  • Who uses the materials and for what clientele
  • level of concern on environment and sustainable development issues
  • degree of satisfaction in implementation of existing government programs on education for sustainable development
  • level of desire/interest to seek additional/new information on education for sustainable development
  • changes in value/attitude of audiences towards environment and sustainable development issues
  • level of participation of audiences in the conduct of environment and sustainable development action
  • adoption of sustainable development practices
  • compliance with government regulations relating to environment and sustainable development
  • level of request for “repeat performance” of an event/activity
  • level of feedback received (via letter, telephone, interpersonal and/or e-mail, etc.), demonstration of initiative, and active participation in community activity
  • level of continuing dialogue and exchange of information among stakeholders and other members of the community 
Training Program

  • Pre-School teachers
  • Primary school teachers
  • Secondary school teacher
  • Teacher Educators  
  • Curriculum Developers
  • School Administrators

 
  • Number of trainings conducted
  • Number of participants per training program
  • Duration of training
  • No. of schools participating
  • No. of  trainings conducted
 
IEC and Social Advocacy Program
  • No. of activities conducted
  • No. of participants reached
  • Profile of participants
  • No. of committees/regions covered
 















 

B. Tertiary Education

PROGRAM  MONITORING INDICATOR
EVALUATION INDICATOR 
Curriculum Development
No. of syllabi/modules formulated integrating sustainable development education topics in:

  • General Education subjects
  • Technical and vocational education subjects
  • Specialist/professional courses
  • Graduate courses
  • level of awareness on environment and sustainable development issues /level of concern on environment and sustainable development issues
  • degree of satisfaction in implementing existing government programs on education for sustainable development
  • level of desire/interest to seek additional/new information on education for sustainable development
  • changes in values/attitudes of audience towards environment and sustainable development issues
  • level of participation of audiences in the conduct of environment and sustainable development actions
  • adoption of sustainable development practices
  • compliance with government regulations relating to environment and sustainable development
  • level of request for “repeat performance” of an event/activity
  • level of feedbacks received (via letter, telephone, interpersonal and/or e-mail, etc.)
  • demonstration of initiative, and active participation in community activity level of continuing dialogue and exchange of information among stakeholders and other members of the community
Materials Development


  • No. of EE subjects/courses instituted
  • No. and the type of EE instructional materials written and pre-tested for:

  1. General Education courses
  2. Specialist  courses
  3. Technical and Vocational Education Courses
  4. Graduate courses

  • No. of instructional materials printed and disseminated
  • Regions covered in the distribution of materials
  • Number, type and subject of video materials produced

  • level and extent of adoption of EE subjects/courses
  • level of awareness on the concern for the environment and the concept of Sustainable Development
  • degree of satisfaction in implementing existing environmental education programs
  • level of desire/interest to seek additional/new information on education for sustainable development
  • adoption of sustainable development practices
  • level of request for reproduction of materials 
  • level of feedback received (via letter, telephone, interpersonal and/or e-mail

 Training

  • No. and type of training programs conducted for:

1. Specialists
2. Technical and vocational educ. teachers
3. Gen. Educ. teachers
4. University faculty and administrators

  • No. of person trained
  • Duration of training
  • No. of institutions which participated
  • No. and type of seminars or workshops conducted for specific target groups

  • Assessment of the effectiveness of the trainings conducted and their benefits to the participants in terms of application
  • Result of assessment discussed and disseminated Action Plans prepared and implemented
IEC and Social Advocacy
  • No. of type of information materials distributed
  • No. of  regions covered
  • No of public lectures conducted

  • Survey questionnaire prepared
  • Feedbacks received
  • Recommendations prepared








  

C. Non-Formal Education

PROGRAM  MONITORING INDICATOR
EVALUATION INDICATOR 
Materials Development
  • No. of type of instructional materials prepared and pre-tested for:

  1. NGOs
  2. National gov’t. agencies
  3. Communities
  4. Media
  5. Business
  6. Local Gov’t. 

  • No. of materials printed and disseminated
  • Regions covered in the distribution of materials
  • level of awareness on the concern for the  environment and sustainable devt. issues
  • level of concern on environment and sustainable development issues
  • degree of satisfaction in implementing existing government programs on environmental education for sustainable development
  • level of desire/ interest to seek additional/new information on education for sustainable development issues
  • level of participation of audiences in the conduct of environmental and sustainable development actions
  • option of sustainable development practices
  • compliance with government regulations relating to environment and sustainable development
  • level of request for “repeat performance” of an event/activity
  • level of feedback received (via letter, telephone, interpersonal and/or e-mail, etc)
  • demonstration of initiative, and active participation in community activity level of continuing dialogue and exchange of information among stakeholders and other members of the community.


Training 

  • No. of type of trainings conducted for:

  1. NGOs
  2. National government agencies
  3. Communities
  4. Media 
  5. Business
  6. Youth
  7. LGUs (Barangays)

  • No. of persons trained
  • Duration of training
  • No. of institutions which participated

  • Assessment of the effectiveness of the trainings conducted and their benefits to the participants in terms of application.
  • Result of assessment discussed and disseminated.
  • Action Plans prepared and implemented.

IEC and Social Advocacy 
  • No. and type of information materials distributed
  • No. of regions covered
  • Profile of participants
  • No. of public lectures conducted
  • Survey questionnaire prepared.
  • Feedbacks received.
  • Recommendations prepared.