This course will introduce the basic principles and practices of motor control pertaining to magnetism, AC/DC contractors and motor starters, time delay and control devices, motor types and motor theory. This is also is designed to enhance the knowledge, skills and attitudes of a student on core competencies such as; installation, calibration and configuration of instrumentation and control systems in accordance with the industry standards.
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This course is
particularly designed to enhance students with the required Fundamentals of
electronic devices, Semiconductor materials, Fundamental of semiconductor
components, Diodes and their applications, Special diodes (Zener diode,
Varactor, LED), Transistors principles, Transistor as switch and amplifier, BJT
biasing circuits, Voltage divider circuits, FET characteristics, types and FET
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This course consists of three parts. Field Study 4 provides the students the opportunity to identify and utilize various teaching their area of specialization. They are required to observe classes, Made lesson plans, and teach students to a group of learners. Field Study 5 allows the students to have hands-on experiences in signing an assessment tool and evaluate its results based on the principles of testing. Field Study 3 enables the students to utilize alternative assessment tools in the actual classroom setting.
Credit Units : 3
Prerequisite(s) : None
This is an overview
of the Home Economics discipline including philosophy, areas of specialization,
role in Societal development. It includes the history and philosophy in Home
Economics, areas and specialization of careers, family life and society, and household
This is a three-hour-per-week course designed to train and develop in the students.This course shall deal with philosophies,theories and legal bases of special needs and Inclusive education,typical and atypical development of children,learning characteristics of students with special educational needs and practices in the continuum of special inclusive education.
This course is
designed to enhance the knowledge and skills and attitudes of a student on Home
Economics competencies such as a) using and maintaining tools, equipment and
paraphernalia; b) performing mensuration and calculation; c) interpreting
diagrams, layouts and plans; d) practicing Occupational Health and safety; e)
participating a workplace communication; and f) working in a team environment.
This course deals with the fundamental principles and theories of teaching-learning and their applications to classroom teaching. Special focus is given to how these theories and principles are applied to the adolescent and adult learners in the would-be teacher areas of specialization.
The course is the continuation of Technology Research I where the students are expected to complete the research proposal aligned to the areas of specialization. This includes the presentation, tabulation, analysis, and interpretation of the data collected. An oral presentation of the output of research is required among students.
This is a 3 Unit introductory course that explores basic knowledge and skills and values in the use of technology for teaching and learning. This course includes ICT Policies and safety issues, media and technology in various content areas,learming theories and principles in the use and design of lessons, teaching-learning experience and assessment tasks that utilize appropriate traditional and innovative technologies with social ethical and legal responsibility.