The SEAMEO Schools’ Network was established to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of SEAMEO in 2015.
The SEAMEO Schools’ Network provides great opportunities and helps schools to improve capacity of administrators, teachers and students through the various topics of face-to-face and online SEAMEO capacity development and training programmes. The SEAMEO school network also aims to develop school partnerships across the region through the teacher and student activities. (The former title of this programme was SEAMEO 50×3 Schools’ Network)
Free of charge to be a member of the SEAMEO Schools’ Network and participate in the SEAMEO programmes.
All kindergarten, primary, secondary, senior vocational, special needs education schools and, TVET colleges of 11 Southeast Asian countries are invited to apply.
If your school is already in the following list of current members, your school does not need to re-apply. But it is optional for you to re-apply for updating the information of your school and coordinator’s contact details.
The deadline to submit the application is at midnight of 18 April 2017.
To download the information of SEAMEO Schools’ Network, please click here.
For additional information, any problem in submission of application or edit data in your online application, please email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
ISAAA and SEARCA BIC are pleased to announce the winners of this year’s Tote-ally biotech Contest. The contest aimed to encourage the students’ creativity through print designs for white katsa bags. Entries featured designs on the theme of this year’s National Biotechnology Week (NBW) “Biotechnology: Partner in National Development.” The Contest was divided into high school and college levels.
The winners received certificates plus corresponding cash prizes of Php10,000, Php7,500, and Php5,000 for the first, second and third place, high school level; and Php17,600, Php12,500, and Php7,500 for the college level. The awarding took place on 25 November during the Closing Ceremony of the NBW in Quezon City.
College level winners
High school level winners
ABOUT THE CONTEST
This bag design contest is part of the celebration of the 12th National Biotechnology Week (NBW) and is being organized by the SEARCA Biotechnology Information Center (SEARCA BIC) and the International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-biotech Applications (ISAAA) to involve Filipino students in the promotion and awareness of the benefits and potentials of biotechnology. The contest aims to encourage the students’ creativity through print designs for white katsa bags. Designs should center on this year’s NBW theme “Youth, Agriculture, and Biotechnology.”
The bag design contest is open to all Filipino students classified according to the following levels:
High school level – Grades 7-12 students
College level – College students
All interested applicants must submit a 5×5 square inch (with 300 pixel wide resolution) original bag print design in JPEG format.
The theme for the bag design making contest is “Youth, Agriculture, and Biotechnology.”
Designs must only include 2-3 colors. It may also include texts (i.e. one-liners about the theme).
All entries must be submitted on or before 2 November 2016 together with the designer’s full name, age, contact number, school, year level and course, and a scanned copy of his/her school ID. Entries shall be sent to email@example.com with the subject “Tote-ally biotech.”
Entries will be judged on 4 November 2016. Winners will be notified after judging of entries, and will be invited to the awarding ceremony on 25 November 2016 during the Closing Ceremony of NBW.
Prizes shall be:
High school level
First runner-up: Php10,000
Second runner-up: Php7,500
Third runner-up: Php5,000
First runner-up: Php17,500
Second runner-up: Php12,500
Third runner-up: Php7,500
Copyright of the graphic artwork remains with the artist. However, by entering this contest, all contestants grant ISAAA and SEARCA BIC the exclusive use to reproduce, distribute, display, and create derivative works of the entries for knowledge sharing initiatives and science popularization activities without further compensation to the artists.
II. Criteria for Judging
Entries will be judged using the following criteria:
Message and Content: 30%
Creativity and Presentation: 30%
Relevance to the theme: 10%