College of Education

QUALIFICATIONS 

• An Engaging Personality. A great teacher is very engaging and holds the attention of students in all discussions

• Passion for Children and Teaching. A great teacher is passionate about teaching and working with children. They are excited about influencing students’ lives and understand the impact they have.

• Being organized. A great teacher has effective discipline skills and can promote positive behaviors and change in the classroom.

• Able to explain things in an age appropriate manner

• Being comfortable in public speaking

Admission Requirements

• Must be a high school graduate. Those who did not complete high school education may opt to first attend Alternative Learning System (ALS)

• College entrance exam. Must pass the college entrance examination.

• National Career Assessment Examination. This is required to determine your strengths in different career fields.

 


“BACHELOR OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION (BEED)”

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

This is a four year course degree program designed to prepare students to become a primary school teacher. The program combines both theory and practice in order to teach students the necessary knowledge and skills a primary school teacher needs.

 


CAREER OPPORTUNITIES FOR BEED GRADUATES

Licensed Teachers (Board Exam Passers)

Mid-Level Positions (Require trainings and prior job experience of a few years)

• Administrator in the Department of Education, CHED or TESDA

• Assistant Principal. Enforcing attendance rules. Meeting with parents to discuss student behavioral or learning problems. Observing teachers and evaluating learning materials to determine areas where improvement is needed.

• Daycare administrator. These professionals manage preschool teachers, and the job requires strong leadership and interpersonal skills. Administrators also develop relationships and interact with both students and parents.

• Discipline Officer. defined by the Code of Student Conduct and Disciplinary Procedures (the “Code”). The Office of the Dean of Students serves as a resource to students and to Disciplinary Officers regarding matters related to the Code.

• Elementary School Administrator. responsible for overseeing all the administrative duties at schools from preschool through post-graduate levels. An educational administrator tries to keep programs running smoothly and provides leadership on both ordinary days and in times of crisis.

• Elementary School Teacher. Establish and enforce rules for behavior and procedures for maintaining order among the students for whom they are responsible. Observe and evaluate students’ performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.

• Special Education Teacher. work with students who have a wide range of learning, mental, emotional, and physical disabilities. They adapt general education lessons and teach various subjects, such as reading, writing, and math, to students with mild and moderate disabilities.

• Subject Head. maintaining efficient and effective management of the expenditure for the subject; take on any additional responsibilities which might from time to time be reasonably determined.

Entry Level jobs (minimal level of experience)

Pre-school teachers – will incorporate lessons through songs, teaching child development basics such as speech and language, identifying colors, numbers, shapes and letters, fine and gross motor skills, and social skills.

Private Tutor – Work with students to improve their skills in certain subjects. Prepare lessons, and assign and correct homework. Prepare and correct tests. provide one-on-one educational assistance to elementary and secondary school students or to adults.

Subject Teacher – responsible for preparing and teaching of lessons as set out in the curriculum, setting the assessment. tasks and marking students’ work.

Teaching Assistant – Reinforce lessons presented by teachers to support learning activities, helps in planning lessons, prepares teaching materials and leads classes under the direction of the teacher.


“BACHELOR OF SECONDARY EDUCATION (BSED)”

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

This a four-year degree designed to prepare students for becoming high school teachers. The program combines both theory and practice in order to teach students. The necessary knowledge and skills a high school teacher needs. The BSED program trains students to teach one of the different learning areas such as English, Mathematics, General Science, Filipino, Social Studies, Biological Science, Physics, Chemistry, Music Arts, Physical Education and Health (Mapeh), Home Economics and Livelihood Education.

MAJOR OR FIELDS OFFER

English – this emphasizes the fundamental language skills of reading, writing, speaking, listening, thinking, viewing and presenting. The development of critical reading and writing skills is a major emphasis of the course.

Mathematics – It is ideal for any student who wants a taste of mathematics outside of, or in addition to, the calculus sequence. Topics to be covered include: prime numbers, congruence’s, quadratic reciprocity, sums of squares, Diophantine equations, and as time permits, such topics as cryptography and continued fractions.

 


CAREER OPPORTUNITIES FOR BSED GRADUATES

Licensed Teachers (board exam passers)

Entry Level jobs (minimal level of experience)

English as a Second Language (ESL) teacher – can work at the elementary, secondary and post-secondary levels or as adult education instructors providing English instruction to classes or individual students.

Private Tutor – Work with students to improve their skills in certain subjects. Prepare lessons, and assign and correct homework.

Subject Teacher – responsible for preparing and teaching of lessons as set out in the curriculum, setting the assessment. tasks and marking students’ work.

Substitute Teacher – In the absence of the full time classroom teacher, the substitute teacher provides instruction, encourages student’s progress, and manages the learning environment.

Teaching Assistant – Reinforce lessons presented by teachers to support learning activities, helps in planning lessons, prepares teaching materials and leads classes under the direction of the teacher.

Volunteer Teachers – are holding lessons, preparing lesson plans, assigning tasks to students, administering tests, grading student work, and participating in continuing education.

Mid-Level Positions (Require trainings and prior job experience of a few years)

• Administrator in the Department of Education, CHED or TESDA

Assistant Principal of a High School – They assist in determining staff vacancies and in the hiring of new teachers. They prepare mentoring programs between veteran teachers and new hires.

College Professor – requires a Master’s degree

College Teacher – requires a Master’s degree, or at least being enrolled in a Master’s degree program.

Head Teacher – To provide professional vision and leadership for the school which secures its success and improvement, ensuring high quality education for all its pupils and improved standards of learning and achievement.

• High School Department Head of specific major

High School Teacher – Assess students to evaluate their abilities, strengths, and weaknesses. Teach students as an entire class or in small groups.

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