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  • 1. Republic of the Philippines MINDANAO STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Bachelor of Secondary Education Department Tambler, General Santos City (083) 380-7774 COURSE SYLLABUS Course Number : CITE 3S Course Title : Current Issues and Trends: Teaching Multi-Grade Course Credit : 1 unit Time Duration : 17 hours Course Description CITE 3S emphasizes to equip students with the necessary knowledge, understanding and appreciation of the basic principles in multi-grade teaching. The course introduces prospective teachers to the complex nature of multi-grade learning and teaching environmental classes which include an exposure to ICT-based teacher training for multi-grade teachers and the basic principles associated with the different methods, strategies and current approaches in multi-grade teaching purposely designed for diverse group of students in a class. Suggested Activities: # of Learning Persons In- Evidence/ Means of DATE hrs Specific Task Evidence Charge Verifications Orientation Seminar Course Content 2 Knowing each other Facilitator Attendance Election of Officers List of Officers List of Groupings Grouping and Assigning of Topics Training Design Planning and Scheduling of Activities SEMINARS SEMINAR 1: Seminar Group1/ class Executive Summary of the The Nature of Multi-grade Proceedings Sponsor Events, Seminar Learning & Teaching (ALBUM) CLASS 1 Proceedings/ Programs,July 4, 2012 4 Environmental Class 8:00-9:00 Pictorials, Training Design, Attendance Sheet, Certificates, Evaluation Sheet, Committees, SEMINAR 2: Seminar Group2/ class Executive Summary of the Seminar on the use of Proceedings Sponsor Events, Seminar Ancheta & Information Communication (ALBUM) CLASS 2 Proceedings/ Programs, Class 4 Technology (ICT) in Teaching 9:00-10:00 Pictorials, Training Design, High School Students Attendance Sheet, Certificates, Evaluation Sheet, Committees, SEMINAR 3: Seminar Group3/ class Executive Summary of the Multiple Intelligences, Proceedings Sponsor Events, Seminar Tanopo & Differentiated Learning and (ALBUM) CLASS 3 Proceedings/ Programs, Class 4 Understanding By Design 10:00-11:00 Pictorials, Training Design, Attendance Sheet, Certificates, Evaluation Sheet, Committees, CULMINATING ACTIVITY Seminar Group 4/ Class Proceedings Sponsorship Nacion & 11:00-12:00 Class 1. Get the attendance v. Sound, Lights and Multimedia Committee 2. Organize your class officers vi. Foods Committee 3. Plan out your Class Seminar Sponsorship vii. Peace and Order Committee a. PRELIMINARIES viii. Documentation Committee i. Date,Time, Venue, Registration Fee, Attire c.TIME FRAME b. WORKING COMMITTEES i. Indicate when you will do your tasking i. Program & Invitation Committee 4.CONSTRUCT YOUR SEMINAR PROCEEDINGS ( ii. Certificates & Awards Committee Program) iii. Secretariat Committee ( Attendance, Evaluation 5. Plan out your budget and your activities & Logistics) 6. Submit the report to the teacher iv. Stage Decoration Committee
  • 2. TERM PAPER ASSIGNMENT ( INDIVIDUAL)FOCUS TERM PAPER (Online Researches) CLASS 1 CLASS 2 CLASS 3 CLASS 4 WSED2 WSED3 WSED4 WSED 8:00-9:00 9:00-10:00 10:00-11:00 11:00-12:00 1. Knowledge and Innovation: A primary factor for ABAD ABARO ABINON ABDON productivity and economic growth LINAOEducationalInnovation 2. Innovative Approaches to knowledge ALI ABASOLA ADAM AGUILAR management SUMADIA 3. Peer-to- Peer Knowledge Management ASUNTO AGAN ANTE AMAR SULMACA 4. Educating the next generation of Innovators BALCO AHANG ALARCON AMBE TALIB 5. Problems of a humanisation of education; BANABAN ALPOD AUM APARICIO TEJEROSocialization of Youth in BARAGO ANCHETA AWA BALANSAG Contemporary Society 6. Problems of safety of education; TOCAO 7. Creative activity; BIVAS ANDANG BIGBIG BALUYOT TUMANDAN 8. Technologies of continuity in education; COSTANOS ARIQUE BONGOLTO CABILOS VALMORIA 9. Art education; DAGUPLO BASIS BUENO LAGANG WAHAB 10. Training in multicultural education space; DEQUITO BEJAR CABRERA CARGASON 11. Intercultural communication. The system of EDIANON BUCALI CALASAGSAG CAYANONG values in the dialogue of cultures; WAHAB 12. Pedagogies and Methodology of Education; ESLANA CAMACHO CASABUENA DABUCOL VILLANUEVA 13. Psychological and pedagogical content of FERNANDEZ CARMONA COLOT DAQUIPIL UGAT Education Individual and Society educational activities; 14. Integration of cross-cultural studies in the GALAN CARPIZO ESTOCONING ENERO curriculum; TUBIANO 15. General and vocational education; GALO CATUBIG FANUGA GAAS TABORA 16. Pre-school education; HEMBRA CAWAG GAVILO GULAY SARSONAS 17. Extra-curricular and out-of-school activities; HERNANDEZ COS GUIAMEL JORDAN SAPALARAN, R 18. Education through life; ISMAEL DAUT GULA LABA SAPALARAN,B 19. Alternative Education; KAPAWAN DEL RIO HIJASTRO LUMINGKIT ALAO 20. Education of children and pupils with special LASTRELLA DUNGON JARLATA LUNA educational requirements and / or chronic SIWALA diseases; MABAYA DURATO JAYLONI MACABINTA 21. Learning and Teaching Innovations PIANG MAGUID FARNAZO LASTRELLA MAMALATEO 22. ICT Skills Education TUAN 23. Advanced classroom applications and MAMA FERNANDO LINAO MARTINEZ technologies TANOPO MAYONGUE GARCIA MAGUILIMOT MEJELLANO 24. Online/Virtual Laboratories AN Technology in Teaching and Learning 25. e-learning experiences MURILLO GINGOYON MARINO NACION 26. m-Learning: mobile applications and PASAYLOON GUINDANAO MEDEZ PANUNCILLON technologies TAN PUDA IMBONG NINGASCA PARCASIO 27. Blended Learning DUNKEN PUERTOS LAMATAO ORACOY PARLERO 28. e-Tutoring TEMPLONUEVO TALIB ROBLES,R LAZO PAGAS PISON 29. Training the e-Trainer TAULE TALIB 30. Online Assessment ROBLES, S MACABANGIN PINEDA RIVERA ROLLO MARQUEDA PIQUERO ROSALES 31. Virtual Universities TAPANG ROSLINDA MORADAS RUDA ROXAS 32. Building Virtual Communities TABLO SALDIVIA NASALGA SAGO RUBIO 33. Web 2.0 and Social Networking: Blogs, Wikis, … RODRIGUEZ ENJOC SANTORCE NEMIAGA SANTIAGO DAQUIGAN 34. Virtual Learning Environments (VLE) QUIDATO SOMODIO NUESCA TAHENDUNG SALON 35. Learning Management Systems (LMS) PAROJINOG BALCO PANA SAMAD 36. Educational/Serious Games and Software PAJIGAL
  • 3. DEADLINE OF SUBMISSION: July 25, 2012 .Submit your output to your leaders (highlighted by color yellow) for compilation of the groups output Term Paper Content FORMAT 1. Title Page Short bond Paper, Arial font, 12 font size 2. Autobiography of the author with picture Margin: 1.5” Left, 1.0” top, bottom & right 3. Table of content Double-space 4. Introduction/Rationale Not less than 12 pages 5. Literature Review Literature review should include author’s full 6. Benefits name and year e.g. (Cruz, 2012) and shall be 7. Summary included in the references 8. Conclusion Deadline of Submission would be on JULY 25, 9. Reflection 2012 Wednesday. 10. References POSITION PAPER ASSIGNMENT (GROUP) ATE of POSITION PAPER ( Books) Person In-Charge prese CLASS 1 CLASS 2 CLASS 3 CLASS 4 ntatio WSED2 WSED3 WSED4 WSED n 8:00-9:00 9:00-10:00 10:00-11:00 11:00-12:00 1. Virtual University-Where Higher Education ABAD ABARO ABINON ABDON 1 hr Goes to Cyberspace, Nona Ricafort LINAO CATUBIG FANUGA GAAS MABAYA LAZO PAGAS PARCASIO SOMODIO TABORA 2. Education Reform in the Philippines, Isagani ALI ABASOLA ADAM AGUILAR Cruz SUMADIA CAWAG GAVILO GALAURA MAGUID MACABANGIN PINEDA PARLERO TUBIANO 3. State of the Philippine Education, Armin A. ASUNTO AGAN ANTE AMAR Luistro SULMACA COS GUIAMEL GALO MAMA MARQUEDA PIQUERO PISON UGAT 4. Education, Training and Competitiveness, BALCO AHANG ALARCON AMBE Edgardo J. Angara TALIB DAUT GULA GULAY MAYONGUE MORADAS RUDA RIVERA VILLANUEVA 5. Higher Education Research in the Era of BANABAN ALPOD AUM APARICIO Globalization: Dilemmas and Challenges of TEJERO DEL RIO HIJASTRO JORDAN MURILLO NASALGA SAGO ROSALES Alternative Research, Roland G. Simbulan WAHAB 6. Legacy of Educational Reforms, Serge BARAGO ANCHETA AWA BALANSAG 1 hr Remonde TOCAO DONGON JARLATA LABA PASAYLOON NEMIAGA TAHENDUNG ROXAS DUNKEN 7. The Third Millenium Challenges to the BIVAS ANDANG BIGBIG BALUYOT Knowledge Builders of the Asia Pacific Region TUMANDAN DURATO JAYLONI LUMINGKIT PUDA NUESCA TALIB RUBIO in 21st Century, Erlinda Pefianco 8. Educators as Guardians of Standards, Mar COSTANOS ARIQUE BONGOLTO CABILOS Roxas VALMORIA FARNAZO LASTRELLA LUNA PUERTOS PANA TAN DAQUIGAN ENJOC 9. Challenges of Technology in Education Ofelia DAGUPLO BASIS BUENO LAGANG M. Carague WAHAB FERNANDO LINAO MACABINTA ROBLES, R PAJIGAL TANOPO SALON 10. The World is our Campus, Carlito S. Puno DEQUITO BEJAR CABRERA CARGASON LASTRELLA GARCIA MAGUILIMOTA MAMALATEO ROBLES, S PAROJINOG N TUAN SAMAD 11. Teaching Our Teachers: Meeting the EDIANON BUCALI CALASAGSAG CAYANONG 1 hr Challenges of the 21st Century: Erlinda KAPAWAN GINGOYAN MARINO MARTINEZ ROLLO QUIDATO PIANG SAPALARAN Pefianco 12. Total Quality Management (TQM) and ESLANA CAMACHO CASABUENA DABUCOL Transformational Leadership in Private ISMAEL GUINDANAO MEDEZ MEJELLANO ROSLINDA RODRIGUEZ SIWALA SAPALARAN R Schools, Nilo L. Rosas 13. Walking Together Through the Main Education FERNANDEZ CARMONA COLOT DAQUIPIL Highway, Preciosa S. Soliven HERNANDEZ IMBONG NINGASCA NACION SALDIVIA TABLO ALAO SARSONAS 14. University-Industry Collaboration, Rosita L. GALAN CARPIZO ESTOCONING ENERO Navaro HEMBRA LAMATAO ORACOY PANUNCILLON SANTORCE TAPANG TABORA
  • 4. DEADLINE OF SUBMISSION for POSITION PAPER: August 8, 2012TASK: 1. Meet with your group mates and discuss how you will do your position paper. 2. Format : Short bond paper, Font size 12, Arial, 1.5 spacing, margin 1.5 Left 1” Right, 1” Top and Bottom 3. Content i. Title Page ii. Summary of Presentation iii. Agreement: iv. Disagreement v. Position: vi. ReferenceCourse Requirement: 1. Attendance & Active Participation 4. Term Paper (Online Researches) News 2. Attendance to Seminars & Workshops Clippings (individual output) 3. Reaction or Position Paper/ Reflection 5. Group Portfolio Paper (group output per topic) 6. Seminar Documentation (ALBUM)Grading System: AREAS WEIGHT RUBRIC COMPONENT Attendance & Active Participation -------- 20% ( seminars attended & engagement) Reaction/ Position Paper/ Reflection Paper -------- 20% (content, coherence, depth, communication skills, punctuality) Term Paper (online researches w/ clippings) -------- 20%(content, coherence, depth, relevance, creativity) Portfolio Development ( Documentation Album --------- 40%(content, creativity, completeness, punctuality, coordination) & Group-Individual Report) TOTAL --------100 %References: Current Trends and Trends in Education, 2010 Wiggins, G & McTighe, J.,Understanding By Design, 2nd Edition. Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development,2005 Palma, Jesus C., Curriculum Development System: A Handbook for School Practitioners in Basic Education., 2nd Edition, National Bookstore, Mandaluyong, MM. Philippines,2009 Bilbao, P. et.al. Curriculum Development., Lorimar Publishing Inc., MM, Philippines, 2008 Vega, V., et.al. Social Dimensions of Education. Lorimar Publishing Inc., MM, Philippines, 2009Prepared by: Approved by: Noted by:Maria Theresa P. Pelones, DM Joiharia L. Nicart, Ph.D. Thelma B. Pagunsan, MS CITE 3S Adviser BSED Chairman Dean