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DepEd Format of a Project Proposal for Innovation in Schools

Republic Act No. 9155 known as Governance of Basic Education Act of 2001 provides among others the strengthening of School-Based Management (SBM). By further devolving the governance of education to schools, empowering school heads and non-teaching personnel in expanding community participation and involvement and making the delivery of educational service to the learners more responsive, efficient and effective through an enhanced school planning and improvement that lays down specific interventions through initiated projects in schools.

In consonance with the Act, all teaching and non-teaching personnel are encouraged to create/innovate school-based initiated projects geared towards the improvement of the teaching-learning process and school governance.

DepEd Format of a Project Proposal for Innovation in Schools

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Name of Proponent:

Project Title: sentence summary of the project scope

Project Time-frame:

I. Project Contacts

List the persons who are involved with the project and can be contacted. Be sure to include their names, titles, roles in the project, as well as phone numbers and email addresses.

II. Project Summary

The goal of this section is to present the reasons for doing this project as well as stating the project’s objectives. In this section, in particular, it is essential to write concisely and clearly. Be able to answer the following questions:

  • Why are you doing this project?
  • What will you be doing?
  • How will you be doing it?
  • Who will be doing it?
  • Where will it be done?
  • How long will it take?
  • How much will it cost?

III. Project Background

Explain what needs/problems you are trying to solve, and why these needs/problems are worth solving. You should also provide a brief setting and history behind the project. This section should be no more than a page. Include references to supporting documentation, such as project design or lay-out. This information can be placed in the Index.

IV. Project Objectives

State explicitly what goals the project is aiming to achieve.

V. Project Methodology

This sections details the plan for how the project objectives will be achieved. It usually starts with a description of the overall approach.

A. Work Breakdown and Task Time Estimates

In this section, you should create a detailed project schedule. Make a list of tasks that will be performed for this project, make sure the list is complete enough and the tasks broken down.

B. Project Deliverables

Make a list of the project “deliverables.” (These are the products that will be delivered to the client at the end and throughout the project). Make sure to include a description of the deliverable.

C. Project Risk Management

This section details the significant project risks and delineates the plans to alleviate or control them. Make sure to address each risk’s likelihood of occurring as well as its impact on the project and the school.

VI. Project Costs

In this section you will need to estimate the overall cost of the project.

A. Project Budget – must be detailed

B. Sources – (source of fund) Should not come from the MOOE fund.

DEPED FORMAT OF A COMPLETED PROJECT FOR INNOVATION IN SCHOOLS

Name of Proponent:

Project Title: sentence summary of the project scope

Project Time-frame:

I. Project Contacts

List the persons who are involved with the project and can be contacted. Be sure to include their names, titles, roles in the project, as well as phone numbers and email addresses.

II. Project Summary

The goal of this section is to present the reasons for doing this project as well as stating the project’s objectives. In this section in particular it is very important to write concisely and clearly. Be able to answer the following questions:

  • Why are you doing this project?
  • What will you be doing?
  • How will you be doing it?
  • Who will be doing it?
  • Where will it be done?
  • How long will it take?
  • How much will it cost?

III. Project Background

Explain what needs/problems you are trying to solve, and why these needs/problems are worth solving. You should also provide a brief setting and history behind the project. This section should be no more than a page. Include references to supporting documentation, such as project design or lay-out. This information can be placed in the Index.

IV. Project Objectives

State explicit/ what goals the project is aiming to achieve.

V. Project Methodology

This sections details the plan for how the project objectives will be achieved. It usually starts with a description of the overall approach.

A. Work Breakdown and Task Time Estimates

In this section you should create a detailed project schedule. Make a list of tasks that will be performed for this project, make sure the list is detailed enough and the tasks broken down

B. Project Deliverables

Make a list of project “deliverables.” (These are the products that will be delivered to the client at the end and throughout the duration of the project). Make sure to include a description of the deliverable.

C. Project Risk Management

This section details the major project risks and delineates the plans to alleviate or control them. Make sure to address each risk’s likelihood of occurring as well as its impact on the project and the school.

VI. Project Costs

In this section you will need to estimate the overall cost of the project.

A. Project Budget – must be detailed

B. Sources – (source of fund) Should not come from the MOOE fund.

VII. Monitoring and Evaluation

(Describe how progress will be evaluated throughout and at the end of the project.

Formulate clear indicators for objectives and result.)

VIII. Next Steps

Specify the actions required for sustainability of the Project

  • Next Step 1
  • Next Step 2
  • Next Step 3

IX. Appendices

Pictures, Letter/ MOA (Donors) Bill of materials, receipts of deliverables, Letter of Acceptance, Approved evaluation form signed by project evaluators.

READ: DepEd Guidelines on Conducting a Project for Innovation in School

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9 thoughts on “DepEd Format of a Project Proposal for Innovation in Schools”

  1. Thanks sir very much for sharing! This will be a guide for us to properly make our innovation proposal papers.

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  2. I am giltadeo D. capote of Anabo National High School 5th district of iloilo, division of Iloilo province. Sir I would like to ask permission to use the above content in Our INSET this 2nd semester school year 2021-2011

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  3. Good day and God bless you sir. May I know the legal basis of innovation and some samples to be shared for our SLAC session.
    Thank you very much in anticipation of this request.
    Godspeed.

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