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Goal: To train committed educators devoted to their duty of helping individuals grow into creative, active and upright citizens of their own community and country, and to promote relevant research and extension services.

Curricular Programs

Bachelor of Technology and Livelihood Education (BTLE)

Specialization in:
  • Home Economics
  • Industrial Arts

Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd)

Majors in:
  • Science
  • Mathematics
  • English

Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEEd)

  • Pre-School Education
  • Generalist Education

Bachelor of Physical Education (BPE)

Senior High School

Academic Track
  • Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Technical-Vocational-Livelihood Track
  • Home Economics
  • Agri-fisheries

ADMISSION AND RETENTION POLICIES

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P.D. Outcomes

PROGRAMS DEGREE OUTCOMES

The graduates have the ability to:

  1. Articulate and discuss latest development in the specific field of practice (PQF Level 6 descriptor).
  2. Effectively communicate in English orally and in writing.
  3. Work effectively and collaboratively with a substantial degree of independence in multi-disciplinary and multi- cultural teams (PQF level 6 descriptor).
  4. Act in recognition of professional, social and ethical responsibility.
  5. Preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage” (RA 7722).

Common to Teacher Education

  1. Articulate the rootedness of education in philosophical, socio-cultural, historical, psychological, and political contexts.
  2. Demonstrate mastery of subject matter/discipline.
  3. Facilitate learning using a wide range of teaching methodologies and delivery modes appropriate to specific learners and their environments.
  4. Develop innovative curricula, instructional plans, teaching approaches, and resources for diverse learners.
  5. Apply skills in the development and utilization of ICT to promote quality, relevant, and sustainable educational practices.
  6. Demonstrate a variety of thinking skills in planning, monitoring, assessing, and reporting learning processes and outcomes.
  7. Practice professional and ethical teaching standards sensitive to the local, national and global realities.
  8. Pursue lifelong learning for personal and professional growth through varied experiential and field-based opportunities.

 

Bachelor of Technology and Livelihood Education Program Objectives

  1. To prepare prospective teachers who are competent, confident and committed in handling different subjects in the secondary school;
  2. To equip prospective teachers with the necessary skills in effectively facilitating the learning process for high school students;
  3. To guide students to become advocates of high moral integrity and desirable Filipino values; and
  4. To promote students' interest in research, extension services and production as part of their training in the teaching profession.

Bachelor of Technology and Livelihood Education Program (Major in Home Economics)

  1. Demonstrate the competencies required of the Philippine TVET Trainers-assessors Qualifications Framework (PTTQF).
  2. Demonstrate broad and coherent, meaningful knowledge and skills in technology and livelihood education.
  3. Apply with minimal supervision specialized knowledge and skills in technology and livelihood education.
  4. Demonstrate higher level literacy, communication, numeracy, critical thinking, learning skills needed for higher learning.
  5. Manifest a deep and principled understanding of the learning processes and the role of the teacher in facilitating these processes in their students.
  6. Show a deep and principled understanding of how educational processes relate to larger historical, social, cultural, and political processes.
  7. Apply a wide range of teaching process skills (including curriculum development, lesson planning, materials development, educational assessment, and teaching approaches).
  8. Reflect on the relationships among the teaching process skills, the learning processing in the students, the nature of the content/subject matter, and the broader social forces encumbering the school and educational processes in order to constantly improve their teaching knowledge, skills and practices.
  9. Demonstrate a service in one’s profession.
  10. Participate in various types of employment, development activities, and public discourses, particularly in response to the needs of the communities one serves.
  11. Participate in the generation of new knowledge or in research and development projects in technical education.

Bachelor of Technology and Livelihood Education Program (Major Industrial Arts)

  1. Demonstrate the competencies required of the Philippine TVET Trainers-assessors Qualifications Framework (PTTQF).
  2. Demonstrate broad and coherent, meaningful knowledge and skills in technology and livelihood education.
  3. Apply with minimal supervision specialized knowledge and skills in technology and livelihood education.
  4. Demonstrate higher level literacy, communication, numeracy, critical thinking, learning skills needed for higher learning.
  5. Manifest a deep and principled understanding of the learning processes and the role of the teacher in facilitating these processes in their students.
  6. Show a deep and principled understanding of how educational processes relate to larger historical, social, cultural, and political processes.

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Faculty Profile

BALTAZAR, JERONIE M.
BALTAZAR, JERONIE M.
Faculty, COED
Assistant Professor IV
BALTAZAR, SHARON S.
BALTAZAR, SHARON S.
Faculty, COED
Associate Professor II
BRIONES, AIKA CARLA D.
BRIONES, AIKA CARLA D.
Faculty, COED
Instructor III
BRIONES, AMALIA C.
BRIONES, AMALIA C.
Faculty, COED
Assistant Professor IV
CALAGUAS, ELMER P.
CALAGUAS, ELMER P.
Faculty, COED
Assistant Professor III
CALAGUAS, GLENN M.
CALAGUAS, GLENN M.
Faculty, COED (Dean)
Professor VI
CRUZADO, MARY SHEENA G.
CRUZADO, MARY SHEENA G.
Faculty, COED
Instructor I
CUYUGAN, ODINELL L.
CUYUGAN, ODINELL L.
Faculty, COED
Instructor III
DAYRIT, EVELYN G.
DAYRIT, EVELYN G.
Faculty, COED
Assistant Professor II
DAYRIT, MYLA C.
DAYRIT, MYLA C.
Faculty, COED
Assistant Professor II
DELA CRUZ, MARIA CRISELLA A.
DELA CRUZ, MARIA CRISELLA A.
Faculty, COED
Assistant Professor IV
DIMALANTA, OLIVIA G.
DIMALANTA, OLIVIA G.
Faculty, COED
Associate Professor III
DIONISIO, MA. EVA P.
DIONISIO, MA. EVA P.
Faculty, COED
Assistant Professor II
DIZON, ISABEL M.
DIZON, ISABEL M.
Faculty, COED
Associate Professor I
DOCTOR, JOHNY C.
DOCTOR, JOHNY C.
Faculty, COED
Instructor I
ESTOQUE, ARVIN B.
ESTOQUE, ARVIN B.
Faculty, COED
Assistant Professor I
FELIX, HELEN GRACE D.
FELIX, HELEN GRACE D.
Faculty, COED
Assistant Professor II
FERNANDEZ, FERNAN L.
FERNANDEZ, FERNAN L.
Faculty, COED
Assistant Professor II
GAMBOA, JENNIFER T.
GAMBOA, JENNIFER T.
Faculty, COED
Associate Professor II
GATCHALIAN, ELAINE JOY C.
GATCHALIAN, ELAINE JOY C.
Faculty, COED
Instructor I
GOZUM, ARNOLD G.
GOZUM, ARNOLD G.
Faculty, COED
Associate Professor V
GOZUM, ELMA M.
GOZUM, ELMA M.
Faculty, COED
Assistant Professor IV
ISIP, ROGELIO G.
ISIP, ROGELIO G.
Faculty, COED
Assistant Professor III
LADRILLO, DIVINA C.
LADRILLO, DIVINA C.
Faculty, COED
Associate Professor I
LIANGCO, MINNIE M.
LIANGCO, MINNIE M.
Faculty, COED
Associate Professor V
LIWANAG, CHERRY C.
LIWANAG, CHERRY C.
Faculty, COED
Assistant Professor IV
LUMANLAN, ANGELINA P.
LUMANLAN, ANGELINA P.
Faculty, COED
Assistant Professor II
LUMANLAN, ANTHONY D.
LUMANLAN, ANTHONY D.
Faculty, COED
Assistant Professor II
MAGTOTO, GERALD C.
MAGTOTO, GERALD C.
Faculty, COED
Instructor I
MANALO, DEXTER ANDREW O.
MANALO, DEXTER ANDREW O.
Faculty, COED
Assistant Professor I
MARCELO, DANICA N.
MARCELO, DANICA N.
Faculty, COED
Instructor I
MARTIN, JONAR T.
MARTIN, JONAR T.
Faculty, COED
Instructor I
MORALES, SHIELA V.
MORALES, SHIELA V.
Faculty, COED
Assistant Professor I
PANGILINAN, VIRMA K.
PANGILINAN, VIRMA K.
Faculty, COED
Associate Professor V
PEÑA, KARINA D.
PEÑA, KARINA D.
Faculty, COED
Associate Professor V
PETIL, BERNARDO JR. S.
PETIL, BERNARDO JR. S.
Faculty, COED
Assistant Professor I
QUITO, EUGENE S.
QUITO, EUGENE S.
Faculty, COED
Instructor I
SAMSON, ALJON G.
SAMSON, ALJON G.
Faculty, COED
Instructor I
SIGUA, EARONE MHICO S.
SIGUA, EARONE MHICO S.
Faculty, COED
Instructor I
SIGUA, EIVAN MARK S.
SIGUA, EIVAN MARK S.
Faculty, COED
Instructor I
SIMBULAN, EDNA S.
SIMBULAN, EDNA S.
Faculty, COED
Associate Professor V
SIMBULAN, RENATO R.
SIMBULAN, RENATO R.
Faculty, COED
Assistant Professor I
SISON, SHERRY JEAN G.
SISON, SHERRY JEAN G.
Faculty, COED
Assistant Professor III
VALERIO, ARNELLO S.
VALERIO, ARNELLO S.
Faculty, COED
Assistant Professor IV
VILLANUEVA, JASMIN S.
VILLANUEVA, JASMIN S.
Faculty, COED
Assistant Professor IV