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Physical plan and facilities development program

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Physical plan and facilities development program

  1. 1. Physical Plant and Facilities Development Program Ramil L. Gallardo Resource Speaker
  2. 2. Topics • Definition of Physical Plan • Basic Principles on Physical Plan and Facilities • Components on Physical Plan and Facilities
  3. 3. Physical Plant and Facilities In education, physical Plant (also known as physical facilities) comprises lands, buildings, furniture, and other physical infrastructures, equipment and complement institutional and program effectiveness. It includes physical facilities in teaching spaces and ancillary rooms.
  4. 4. Basic Principles on Physical Plant and Facilities • 1. The primary function of educational facilities is to provide the proper school environment that is most conducive to effective teaching and learning. • 2. Functional and effective educational facilities are developed, operated and managed on the basis of a comprehensive plan of action of the school, prepared by all stakeholders in education in the community.
  5. 5. Basic Principles on Physical Plant and Facilities • 3. It shall include sound educational facility planning and design process principles to: a) maximize collaboration in school planning design, b) build a proactive facility management program, and c) plan schools as neighborhood-scaled communitylearning centers .
  6. 6. Basic Principles on Physical Plant and Facilities • 1. The primary function of educational facilities is to provide the proper school environment that is most conducive to effective teaching and learning. • 2. Functional and effective educational facilities are developed, operated and managed on the basis of a comprehensive plan of action of the school, prepared by all stakeholders in education in the community.
  7. 7. Physical Plant and Facilities • The quality and adequacy of the physical plant and facilities of a learning institution determine to a large measure the successful implementation of its curricular programs. • Several studies have shown that a close relationship exists between the physical environment and the academic performance of students.
  8. 8. Physical Plant and Facilities Location It should be located in a wholesome environment, safe from traffic and transportation hazards, sufficiently free from noise, dust, smoke, and other undesirable elements. It also should be provided with adequate facilities for drainage and sewage disposal. It should be adequate to meet the needs of the present school population and its future expansion. The school should be accessible to present and anticipated school population by means of public transportation or school bus. It should have satisfactory road network and sidewalks.
  9. 9. Physical Plant and Facilities Campus It should be so planned that it would adequate for the intellectual, social, physical and cultural interests of the Institution. It should be kept in good condition and physical appearance.
  10. 10. Physical Plant and Facilities Buildings The buildings should be functionally designed and constructed of strong and durable materials to withstand earthquakes, typhoons, and fire. Their design should be pleasing to the eye and in conformity with the surroundings, and at the same time, imbued with proper atmosphere conducive to learning. They should be satisfactorily planned so as to meet the future expansion needs. There should be wellplanned entrance and exit points to insure safe and convenient mobility of the school population. Stairways and fire exits should be adequate and standard in size and number and conveniently located. There should be no obstruction in corridors that would impede the free flow of movement.
  11. 11. Physical Plant and Facilities Classrooms The size and number of classrooms should be sufficient to accommodate the student population. Classrooms should be adequately equipped with the required furniture, blackboards, and should have a pleasant atmosphere. Lighting, ventilation, general appearance, and acoustics should be satisfactory.
  12. 12. Physical Plant and Facilities Offices, Staff and Function Rooms Adequate provisions should be made for administrative offices, faculty rooms, and reception areas, where needed.
  13. 13. Physical Plant and Facilities Medical and Dental Clinic A medical and dental clinic should be properly set up, strategically, well-ventilated and lighted, screened and provided with clean water supply. It should be provided with basic equipment, medical supplies , beds, cabinets and linens.
  14. 14. Physical Plant and Facilities Student Center A student Center is available where students can make wholesome interaction and listen to good music, play table games, watch TV programs, etc.
  15. 15. Physical Plant and Facilities Food Services Unit or Canteen Clean and sanitary food services unit/canteen must be set-up and managed effectively. It should serve balanced yet affordable meals and snacks to the school community.
  16. 16. Further Readings and References English, F. W. (2006). School Plant Management. California: SAGE Publications, Inc. Physical Plan and Facilities. (n.d.). Retrieved February 28, 2015, from USeP: http://www.usep.edu.ph/Apps/UAC/images/downloadabl e%20files/SSIR/Area%208%20Self- Survey%20Instrument.pdf

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