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PHILIPPINE ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS OF MEDICAL


TECHNOLOGY AND PUBLIC HEALTH
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Educational Institution

A place where learners of different ages gain a education that


includes daycare, pre-schools, grade schools, intermediate, secondary and
even senior high schools, as well as colleges and universities. This institution
carries out educational activities based on the age grade system that provide
considerable diversity of learning milieus and learning spaces.
The term "Institution" commonly applies to both formal and informal
institutions that covers behavioral pattern of society and even the government
and public services.
Formal institution deals with the conventional classroom whereby an
structured method of learning being administered by a governing body in
which a school or other institutions are the usual places for learning. This also
involved the recognition by government in terms of the curricular offering that
follows using predetermines the books and materials used for leaning to
established standard in the academic community. Faculty and instructors
follow the curriculums set by technical committee appointed by the
government. The Formal education starts around the age of 4 as pre-school
that can be stretch up to higher education which is the college or university
degree, all formal education take place in a stipulated period, each learners
complete each stage of their education aims to provide with full series of skills
that sooner or later earning for certificates or credentials.
Informal education is anything learned more independently outside
of the conventional classroom. It isn't restricted to any certain location and
usually integrates itself with the surroundings such as home, cultural setting,
and even in basic education or high school institutions in public schools. This
involves behavior skills through interaction on daily basis as well as
teachers’ traits vary by their expertise, skills and experience. Those
students participate do not expect to receive any credentials but rather
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Vision Statement

A vision is the end desire aspiration of an academic institution. It is usually a one-sentence


statement describing the distinct and motivating long-term desired transformation resulting from
institutional program. Vision should be clear, memorable and concise with an average length of 14 words,
the shortest contains only three words e.g. Human Right Campaign- Equality for Everyone - while the
longest may contains up to 26 words like Amnesty International - A World in which every person enjoys
all of the human rights enshrines in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other international
human rights instruments.

Mission Statement
A mission statement is a one-sentence relating the intention of your institution existence. This answer the
question "What you do or Who you do this for". Mission must be clear by using simple language,
Concise, no fluff aims for 5 to 14 words with a maximum of 20 max and Valuable, that is inform, focus
and guided e.g. "Spreading Ideas" by TED, "The increase and diffusion of knowledge" by Smithsonian,
"Seeking to put God's love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes,
community and hope" by Habitat for Humanity.

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Values Statement

A value statement is a list of fundamental doctrines that guide and direct the
educational institution and its belief. This create the moral direction of the institution
and its academic community that guides decision-making and create a yardstick
against any action. The core value are the standard structure that is shared and acted
upon the academic community. Values statements consider the following questions:

 What values are distinctive to our educational institution?


 What value should be the direction of the management of the institution?

For an educational institution to have useful value statement, it must be incorporate its
values at all levels of the institution that give direction to their engagements, view
points and even decision making. Rate:
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KEY POINTS TO REMEMBER

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 The term "Institution" commonly applies to both formal and informal


institutions that covers behavioral pattern of society and even the
government and public services.
 A vision is the end desire aspiration of an academic institution. It is usually a
one-sentence statement describing the distinct and motivating long-term
desired transformation resulting from institutional program.
 A mission statement is a one-sentence relating the intention of your
institution existence. This answer the question "What you do or Who you do
this for".
 A value statement is a list of fundamental doctrines that guide and direct the
educational institution and its belief.