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.
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.
The course deals with the nature of identity, as well as the factors and forces that affects the development and maintenance of personal identity.
The course is intended to facilitate the exploration of the issues and concerns regarding self and identity to arrive at a better understanding of one’s self. It strives to meet its goal by stressing the integration of the personal with the academic – contextualizing matters discussed in the classroom and in the everyday experiences of students –making for better learning, generating a new appreciation for the learning process, and developing a more critical and reflective attitude while enabling them to manage and improve themselves to attain a better quality of life.
The course is divided into three major parts: The first part seeks to understand the construct of self from various disciplinal perspectives: philosophy, sociology, anthropology and psychology. The second part explores some of the various aspects that make up the self; such as the biological and material up to and including the more recent Digital Self. The third and final part identifies three areas of concerns for young students: learning, goal setting, and managing stress.
This course includes mandatory topics on Family Planning and Population Education. (CMO No.20, s.2013)
The course introduces to the exploratory aspects
of Fishery Arts. It explains different areas namely, fish morphology, fish
culture, fish capture and fish preservation. Discussion includes fishery as
business and technical terms encountered in the study of fishery.
This course provides with important concepts of methods of research covering the design, data collection, statistical application and development of research instrument. This also requires the students to prepare a research proposal which includes introduction, significance of the research, methodology and the timeline of the study.The proposal will serve as a basis for Technology Research 2.
In addition to the preliminary
study of the techniques of research, these courses involves completion of
bibliography, organization of material, selection of a suitable problem, a
digest of related literature, selection of appropriate procedures, formulation
of a plan investigating and reporting, collection and organization of data. In
addition, this course involves completion of a bibliography, organization of
material, selection of a suitable problem, a digest of related literature,
selection of appropriate procedures, formulation of a plan of investigating and
reporting, collection and organization of data and the writing of the thesis.
course focuses on the development and utilization of alternative forms of
assessment in measuring authentic learning of vocational competencies. The students will experience developing
assessment instruments like rubrics for performance-based and portfolio
Technology for Teaching and Learning is a 3 unit course which will focus on the application , design, production,utilization,and evaluation for information and Communications Technology (ICT) materials for teaching and learning in Secondary Language ( English and Filipino) Education Programs. The major requirement for this course is an ICT integrated and Project-based Learning Plan aligned to the K to 12 curriculum. All the learning activities and course requirements will revolve around the student - teacher developed learning plan.