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  1. 1. Licensure Exam forLicensure Exam for TeachersTeachers Bernardino C. Abundo, Jr.Bernardino C. Abundo, Jr. PhD EM 518PhD EM 518
  2. 2. The The Professional RegulationProfessional Regulation CommissionCommission was first created as a was first created as a national government agency bynational government agency by Presidential Decree (P.D.) No. 223Presidential Decree (P.D.) No. 223 dated June 22, 1973, signed by thendated June 22, 1973, signed by then President Ferdinand E. Marcos. It wasPresident Ferdinand E. Marcos. It was previously called the previously called the Office of theOffice of the Boards of ExaminersBoards of Examiners created by created by Republic Act No. 546 on June 17, 1950,Republic Act No. 546 on June 17, 1950, under the Civil Service Commissionunder the Civil Service Commission (CSC).(CSC).
  3. 3. In 1994, Republic Act No. 7836In 1994, Republic Act No. 7836 (("Philippine Teachers"Philippine Teachers Professionalization Act"Professionalization Act")) was was enacted, transferring the regulationenacted, transferring the regulation of the teaching profession from theof the teaching profession from the CSC to the PRC.CSC to the PRC. In 1995, the In 1995, the Office for ProfessionalOffice for Professional TeachersTeachers was established. was established.
  4. 4. • The year 2010 saw the approval of The year 2010 saw the approval of TheThe Roadmap to Quality Professional RegulationRoadmap to Quality Professional Regulation as as the short and medium-term strategic plan of thethe short and medium-term strategic plan of the Commission.Commission. • The PRC and CHED issued a circular requiringThe PRC and CHED issued a circular requiring State and Local Universities and Colleges toState and Local Universities and Colleges to secure an authority from CHED to operate boardsecure an authority from CHED to operate board programs and for PRC not to admit applicantsprograms and for PRC not to admit applicants for licensure examinations effective Januaryfor licensure examinations effective January 2011 from educational institutions which failed to2011 from educational institutions which failed to comply.comply.
  5. 5. Board of Professional TeachersBoard of Professional Teachers • Board LawBoard Law • Republic Act No. 7836Republic Act No. 7836    An Act to Strengthen the Regulation andAn Act to Strengthen the Regulation and Supervision of the Practice of Teaching in theSupervision of the Practice of Teaching in the Philippines and Prescribing a LicensurePhilippines and Prescribing a Licensure Examination for Teachers and for OtherExamination for Teachers and for Other PurposesPurposes • Be it enacted by the Senate and House ofBe it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Philippines in CongressRepresentatives of the Philippines in Congress assembled:assembled:
  6. 6. • Short titleShort title. - This Act shall be known as. - This Act shall be known as the “Philippine Teachersthe “Philippine Teachers Professionalization Act of 1994.”Professionalization Act of 1994.” • Statement of PolicyStatement of Policy . - The state. - The state recognizes the vital role of teachers inrecognizes the vital role of teachers in nation-building and development throughnation-building and development through a responsible and literate citizenry.a responsible and literate citizenry. Towards this end the State shall ensureTowards this end the State shall ensure and promote quality education by properand promote quality education by proper supervision and regulation of the licensuresupervision and regulation of the licensure examination and professionalization of theexamination and professionalization of the practice of the teaching profession.practice of the teaching profession.
  7. 7. • ObjectivesObjectives. - This Act has the herein. - This Act has the herein objectives:objectives: • The promotion, development andThe promotion, development and professionalization of teachers and theprofessionalization of teachers and the teaching profession; andteaching profession; and • The supervision and regulation of theThe supervision and regulation of the licensure examination.licensure examination.
  8. 8. Definition of TermsDefinition of Terms . - For purposes of. - For purposes of this Act, the following terms shall mean:this Act, the following terms shall mean: • TeachingTeaching - refers to the profession- refers to the profession concerned primarily with classroomconcerned primarily with classroom instruction at the elementary andinstruction at the elementary and secondary levels in accordance with thesecondary levels in accordance with the curriculum prescribed by the Departmentcurriculum prescribed by the Department of Education, Culture and Sports, whetherof Education, Culture and Sports, whether on part-time or full-time basis in the privateon part-time or full-time basis in the private or public schools.or public schools.
  9. 9. • TeachersTeachers - refers to all persons engaged- refers to all persons engaged in teaching at the elementary andin teaching at the elementary and secondary levels, whether on fulltime orsecondary levels, whether on fulltime or part-time basis, including industrial arts orpart-time basis, including industrial arts or vocational teachers and all other personsvocational teachers and all other persons performing supervisory and/ orperforming supervisory and/ or administrative functions in all schools inadministrative functions in all schools in the aforesaid levels and qualified tothe aforesaid levels and qualified to practice teaching under this Act.practice teaching under this Act.
  10. 10. • BoardBoard - refers to the Board for- refers to the Board for Professional Teachers duly establishedProfessional Teachers duly established and constituted under this Act.and constituted under this Act. • CommissionCommission - refers to the Professional- refers to the Professional Regulation Commission.Regulation Commission.
  11. 11. Board of Professional TeachersBoard of Professional Teachers • HistoryHistory • The promulgation of Presidential DecreeThe promulgation of Presidential Decree No. 1006 on September 22, 1976 formallyNo. 1006 on September 22, 1976 formally organized the National Board for Teachersorganized the National Board for Teachers (NBT). Directly under the supervision of(NBT). Directly under the supervision of the Civil Service Commission, the NBTthe Civil Service Commission, the NBT was the first board to exercise regulatorywas the first board to exercise regulatory exercise over the teaching profession.exercise over the teaching profession.
  12. 12. • On December 16, 1994 the regulation andOn December 16, 1994 the regulation and licensing of teachers was transferred tolicensing of teachers was transferred to the PRC through the enactment ofthe PRC through the enactment of Republic Act No. 7836, otherwise knownRepublic Act No. 7836, otherwise known as “The Philippine Teachersas “The Philippine Teachers Professionalization Act of 1994.” The lawProfessionalization Act of 1994.” The law provided for the professionalization ofprovided for the professionalization of teaching under the aegis of the PRC.teaching under the aegis of the PRC.
  13. 13. • Pursuant to the law, the first Board forPursuant to the law, the first Board for Professional Teachers (BPT) wasProfessional Teachers (BPT) was constituted on September 19, 1995 withconstituted on September 19, 1995 with the appointment of Dr. Nilo L. Rosas asthe appointment of Dr. Nilo L. Rosas as Chairman, Dr. Aurelio O. Elevazo as Vice-Chairman, Dr. Aurelio O. Elevazo as Vice- Chairman and Dr. Lucila F. Tibigar, Dr. FeChairman and Dr. Lucila F. Tibigar, Dr. Fe A. Hidalgo and Dr. Martha A. Mogol asA. Hidalgo and Dr. Martha A. Mogol as Members.Members.
  14. 14. • On August 1996, the Board and the PRCOn August 1996, the Board and the PRC administered the Licensure Examinationadministered the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) for the first time tofor Teachers (LET) for the first time to 97,560 examinees. In 1997, 101,34897,560 examinees. In 1997, 101,348 examinees took the LET, a record in theexaminees took the LET, a record in the history of professional regulation. In 1998,history of professional regulation. In 1998, a total of 115,499 took the LET, and ina total of 115,499 took the LET, and in 1999, 123,025.1999, 123,025.
  15. 15. • In 1996, the Board also administered theIn 1996, the Board also administered the first licensure examination for schoolfirst licensure examination for school superintendents, the results of which weresuperintendents, the results of which were released five (5) days after thereleased five (5) days after the examination date.examination date. • Today, teachers constitute more than halfToday, teachers constitute more than half a million, comprising one of the largesta million, comprising one of the largest occupational groups in the country.occupational groups in the country.
  16. 16. Members of the Board - LicensureMembers of the Board - Licensure Examination for Professional TeachersExamination for Professional Teachers (BLEP)(BLEP) • ROSITA L. NAVARROROSITA L. NAVARRO    ChairpersonChairperson • PAZ I. LUCIDO PAZ I. LUCIDO  Vice-Chairperson Vice-Chairperson  • PARALUMAN R. GIRONPARALUMAN R. GIRON    Member Member  • NORA M. UYNORA M. UY   MemberMember
  17. 17. Board Licensure ExaminationBoard Licensure Examination for Professional Teachersfor Professional Teachers (BLEP)(BLEP) • For Elementary Teacher ExamineesFor Elementary Teacher Examinees Subject WeightSubject Weight General Education 40%General Education 40% Professional EducationProfessional Education 60%60% 100%100%
  18. 18. Board Licensure ExaminationBoard Licensure Examination for Professional Teachersfor Professional Teachers (BLEP)(BLEP) • For Secondary Teacher ExamineesFor Secondary Teacher Examinees  Subject WeightSubject Weight General Education 20%General Education 20% Professional Education 40%Professional Education 40% SpecializationSpecialization 40%40% 100%100%
  19. 19. Coverage of Examination for General EducationCoverage of Examination for General Education 1.1. English – Study and Thinking Skills,English – Study and Thinking Skills, Writing in the Discipline, Speech and OralWriting in the Discipline, Speech and Oral Communication, Philippine Literature,Communication, Philippine Literature, Master Works of the WorldMaster Works of the World 2.2. Filipino – Komunikasyon sa AkademikongFilipino – Komunikasyon sa Akademikong Filipino, Pagbasa at Pagsulat Tungo saFilipino, Pagbasa at Pagsulat Tungo sa Pananaliksik, Masining naPananaliksik, Masining na PagpapahayagPagpapahayag
  20. 20. Coverage of Examination for GeneralCoverage of Examination for General EducationEducation 3. Mathematics – Fundamentals of Math,3. Mathematics – Fundamentals of Math, Plane Geometry, Elementary Algebra,Plane Geometry, Elementary Algebra, Statistics and ProbabilityStatistics and Probability 4. Science – Biological Science – General4. Science – Biological Science – General Biology, Physical Science – with EarthBiology, Physical Science – with Earth ScienceScience
  21. 21. 5. Social Sciences – Philippine Government5. Social Sciences – Philippine Government New Constitution with Human Rights,New Constitution with Human Rights, Philippine History, Basic Economics,Philippine History, Basic Economics, Taxation, Agrarian Reform, Society,Taxation, Agrarian Reform, Society, Culture with Family Planning, Rizal andCulture with Family Planning, Rizal and Other Heroes, Philosophy of Man, Arts,Other Heroes, Philosophy of Man, Arts, General Psychology, Information andGeneral Psychology, Information and Communication TechnologyCommunication Technology
  22. 22. Coverage of Examination for Professional EducationCoverage of Examination for Professional Education (Elementary & Secondary Teacher Examinees)(Elementary & Secondary Teacher Examinees) 1.1. Teaching Profession, Social DimensionTeaching Profession, Social Dimension of Educationof Education 2.2. Principles of Teaching, EducationalPrinciples of Teaching, Educational Technology, Curriculum DevelopmentTechnology, Curriculum Development 3.3. Facilitating Learning, Child andFacilitating Learning, Child and Adolescent DevelopmentAdolescent Development 4.4. Assessment of Student Learning,Assessment of Student Learning, Developmental ReadingDevelopmental Reading 5.5. Field Study, Practice TeachingField Study, Practice Teaching
  23. 23. Coverage of Examination in the Fields ofCoverage of Examination in the Fields of Specialization for Secondary Teacher ExamineesSpecialization for Secondary Teacher Examinees onlyonly 1. ENGLISH1. ENGLISH (Remedial Instruction in English;(Remedial Instruction in English; English for Specific Purposes; TheoreticalEnglish for Specific Purposes; Theoretical Foundations of Language and Literature;Foundations of Language and Literature; Introduction to Linguistics; Structure of English;Introduction to Linguistics; Structure of English; Introduction of Stylistics; Literary Criticism;Introduction of Stylistics; Literary Criticism; METHODOLOGY: The Teaching of Speaking,METHODOLOGY: The Teaching of Speaking, Listening and Reading; Teaching of Literature;Listening and Reading; Teaching of Literature; Preparation and Evaluation of InstructionalPreparation and Evaluation of Instructional Materials; Language and Literature Assessment;Materials; Language and Literature Assessment; Language Research; Campus Journalism;Language Research; Campus Journalism; Translation and Editing of Text; Speech and StageTranslation and Editing of Text; Speech and Stage Art; Creative Writing)Art; Creative Writing)
  24. 24. Coverage of Examination in the Fields ofCoverage of Examination in the Fields of Specialization for Secondary Teacher ExamineesSpecialization for Secondary Teacher Examinees onlyonly 2. FILIPINO – (MGA BATAYANG TEORITIKAL:2. FILIPINO – (MGA BATAYANG TEORITIKAL: Introduksyon sa Pag-aaral ng Wika; PanimulangIntroduksyon sa Pag-aaral ng Wika; Panimulang Linggwistika, NILALAMAN: Wika; Panitikan;Linggwistika, NILALAMAN: Wika; Panitikan; Metodolohiya, Pagtataya at Ebalwasyon, atMetodolohiya, Pagtataya at Ebalwasyon, at Kagamitang Pangturo)Kagamitang Pangturo) 3. BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (Biological Science I,3. BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (Biological Science I, Biological Science II, Inorganic Chemistry, CellBiological Science II, Inorganic Chemistry, Cell Biology, Ecology, Organic Chemistry,Biology, Ecology, Organic Chemistry, Microbiology, Genetic and Evolution,Microbiology, Genetic and Evolution, Biochemistry and Anatomy and Physiology)Biochemistry and Anatomy and Physiology)
  25. 25. Coverage of Examination in the Fields ofCoverage of Examination in the Fields of Specialization for Secondary Teacher ExamineesSpecialization for Secondary Teacher Examinees onlyonly 4. PHYSICAL SCIENCES – (INTRODUCTION –4. PHYSICAL SCIENCES – (INTRODUCTION – Nature of Science, Chemistry, Atomic andNature of Science, Chemistry, Atomic and Molecular, Chemical Bonds, Conservation ofMolecular, Chemical Bonds, Conservation of Matter and Stoichiometry, Gases, Liquids andMatter and Stoichiometry, Gases, Liquids and Solids, Acids and Bases, Solutions, ChemicalSolids, Acids and Bases, Solutions, Chemical Thermodynamics, Chemical Kinetics andThermodynamics, Chemical Kinetics and Equilibrium, Organic and Biochemistry, NuclearEquilibrium, Organic and Biochemistry, Nuclear Processes, PHYSICS: Physical Quantities andProcesses, PHYSICS: Physical Quantities and Vectors, Mechanics, Electricity, Magnetism andVectors, Mechanics, Electricity, Magnetism and Electronics, Thermodynamics, Modern Physics,Electronics, Thermodynamics, Modern Physics, Light and Geometric Optics, Earth and Space,Light and Geometric Optics, Earth and Space, Astronomy, and EnvironmentAstronomy, and Environment
  26. 26. Coverage of Examination in the Fields of Specialization forCoverage of Examination in the Fields of Specialization for Secondary Teacher Examinees onlySecondary Teacher Examinees only 5. MATHEMATICS – (Arithmetic and5. MATHEMATICS – (Arithmetic and Number Theory and Business Math; BasicNumber Theory and Business Math; Basic and Advanced Algebra; Plane and Solidand Advanced Algebra; Plane and Solid Geometry; Trigonometry, Probability andGeometry; Trigonometry, Probability and Statistics; Analytical Geometry; Calculus;Statistics; Analytical Geometry; Calculus; Modern Geometry; Linear and AbstractModern Geometry; Linear and Abstract Algebra; History of Mathematics, ProblemAlgebra; History of Mathematics, Problem Solving; Mathematical Investigation,Solving; Mathematical Investigation, Instrumentation and Assessment)Instrumentation and Assessment)
  27. 27. Coverage of Examination in the Fields ofCoverage of Examination in the Fields of Specialization for Secondary Teacher ExamineesSpecialization for Secondary Teacher Examinees onlyonly 6. SOCIAL STUDIES/SOCIAL SCIENCES – (Trends and6. SOCIAL STUDIES/SOCIAL SCIENCES – (Trends and Issues in Social Studies; Research; Geography;Issues in Social Studies; Research; Geography; Sociology and Anthropology; Politics/Governance/Law-Sociology and Anthropology; Politics/Governance/Law- Related, History: World History and Civilization I; WorldRelated, History: World History and Civilization I; World History and Civilization II; Asian Studies; Economics:History and Civilization II; Asian Studies; Economics: Micro-Macro Economics, Economic Planning andMicro-Macro Economics, Economic Planning and Strategies; METHODS: Teaching Approaches inStrategies; METHODS: Teaching Approaches in Secondary Social Studies; Production of InstructionalSecondary Social Studies; Production of Instructional Materials for Social Studies; Building Bridges AcrossMaterials for Social Studies; Building Bridges Across Social Science Discipline; (MAKABAYAN as a CoreSocial Science Discipline; (MAKABAYAN as a Core Learning Area in Basic Education); ASSESSMENT:Learning Area in Basic Education); ASSESSMENT: Assessment and Evaluation in the SocialAssessment and Evaluation in the Social Sciences/Social StudiesSciences/Social Studies))
  28. 28. Coverage of Examination in the Fields ofCoverage of Examination in the Fields of Specialization for Secondary Teacher ExamineesSpecialization for Secondary Teacher Examinees onlyonly 7. Values Education (Foundation of Values7. Values Education (Foundation of Values Education: 1. Philosophical and EthicalEducation: 1. Philosophical and Ethical Foundations of VE; 2. Socio-Cultural;Foundations of VE; 2. Socio-Cultural; Anthropological and Legal bases of VE;Anthropological and Legal bases of VE; Psychological theories of ValuesPsychological theories of Values Development; Personhood Development:Development; Personhood Development: 1. Personhood Development; 2. Dynamics1. Personhood Development; 2. Dynamics of Intra and Interpersonal relations; 3.of Intra and Interpersonal relations; 3. Psycho-spiritual development;Psycho-spiritual development;
  29. 29. 7. Values Education: (continuation)7. Values Education: (continuation) 4. Management of Behavior Problems;4. Management of Behavior Problems; TRANSFORMATIVE EDUCATIONTRANSFORMATIVE EDUCATION (Sources of Values and Factors in Values(Sources of Values and Factors in Values Ed):Ed): 1. Family Life and Filipino Values System;1. Family Life and Filipino Values System; 2. Education for Human Rights and2. Education for Human Rights and Responsible Citizenship; 3. foundations ofResponsible Citizenship; 3. foundations of Gender Studies; 4. Peace and GlobalGender Studies; 4. Peace and Global Education; 5. Information Technology andEducation; 5. Information Technology and Human Development; 6. Moral Issues andHuman Development; 6. Moral Issues and Concerns in Contemporary Living;Concerns in Contemporary Living;
  30. 30. 7. Values Education: (continuation)7. Values Education: (continuation) WORK, ETHICS AND COMMUNITY SERVICE:WORK, ETHICS AND COMMUNITY SERVICE: COMMITMENT TO SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITYCOMMITMENT TO SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY and ACCOUNTABILITY: 1. Career Developmentand ACCOUNTABILITY: 1. Career Development and Work Values; 2. Values education throughand Work Values; 2. Values education through Community Service; APPROACHES ANDCommunity Service; APPROACHES AND METHODOLOGIES: 1. Facilitation; Theory andMETHODOLOGIES: 1. Facilitation; Theory and Practice; 2. Teaching Approaches andPractice; 2. Teaching Approaches and Strategies in Transformative Education;Strategies in Transformative Education; 3. Values Integration in the Social Setting;3. Values Integration in the Social Setting; RESEARCH and EVALUATION: 1. BehavioralRESEARCH and EVALUATION: 1. Behavioral Statistics, 2. Development of VE InstructionStatistics, 2. Development of VE Instruction Materials and Assessment Tools, 3. Research inMaterials and Assessment Tools, 3. Research in VEVE
  31. 31. Coverage of Examination in the Fields ofCoverage of Examination in the Fields of Specialization for Secondary Teacher ExamineesSpecialization for Secondary Teacher Examinees onlyonly 8. MAPEH (Foundations of MAPEH;8. MAPEH (Foundations of MAPEH; Methods and Strategies of TeachingMethods and Strategies of Teaching MAPEH; Coaching and Officiating ofMAPEH; Coaching and Officiating of Sports Events, Dance Competitions andSports Events, Dance Competitions and Music Activities; Organization andMusic Activities; Organization and Management, Research, SpecialManagement, Research, Special Education in MAPEH. PHYSICALEducation in MAPEH. PHYSICAL EDUCATION: Anatomical, Mechanical,EDUCATION: Anatomical, Mechanical, and Psychological Bases of Movement;and Psychological Bases of Movement;
  32. 32. GYMNASTICS: Philippine Folkdance;GYMNASTICS: Philippine Folkdance; Team Sports, Aquatics; International FolkTeam Sports, Aquatics; International Folk Dance and other Dance Forms; Athletics,Dance and other Dance Forms; Athletics, Individual, Dual and Combative Sports.Individual, Dual and Combative Sports. HEALTH EDUCATION: PersonalHEALTH EDUCATION: Personal Community, Environmental Health, SafetyCommunity, Environmental Health, Safety Education and First Aid. HealthEducation and First Aid. Health Practicum , MUSIC: Philippine and AsianPracticum , MUSIC: Philippine and Asian Music; Solfeggio and Applied Piano,Music; Solfeggio and Applied Piano, Integrated Music Theory, Music Literature,Integrated Music Theory, Music Literature, Choral Works and Conducting andChoral Works and Conducting and Rondalla Playing Instrumentation. ARTRondalla Playing Instrumentation. ART EDUCATIONEDUCATION
  33. 33. Coverage of Examination in the Fields ofCoverage of Examination in the Fields of Specialization for Secondary Teacher ExamineesSpecialization for Secondary Teacher Examinees onlyonly 9. AGRICULTURE and FISHERY ARTS9. AGRICULTURE and FISHERY ARTS (Functional Application of Knowledge,(Functional Application of Knowledge, Breeds of Farm Animals and Fish, PestsBreeds of Farm Animals and Fish, Pests and Diseases Affecting Animals and Fishand Diseases Affecting Animals and Fish Propagation, Marketing Strategies in thePropagation, Marketing Strategies in the Industry/Entrepreneurship, and ProperIndustry/Entrepreneurship, and Proper Care and Management of Agricultural andCare and Management of Agricultural and Fishery Products).Fishery Products).
  34. 34. Coverage of Examination in the Fields ofCoverage of Examination in the Fields of Specialization for Secondary Teacher ExamineesSpecialization for Secondary Teacher Examinees onlyonly 10. TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD10. TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION (Basic Drafting, Business Math,EDUCATION (Basic Drafting, Business Math, Basic Electricity, Basic Plumbing, Cosmetology,Basic Electricity, Basic Plumbing, Cosmetology, Foods, Carpentry and Masonry, BasicFoods, Carpentry and Masonry, Basic Electronics and Entrepreneurship)Electronics and Entrepreneurship) TO PASS THE EXAMINATION, AN EXAMINEETO PASS THE EXAMINATION, AN EXAMINEE MUST OBTAIN AN AVERAGE RATING OF NOTMUST OBTAIN AN AVERAGE RATING OF NOT LESS THAN 75% AND MUST HAVE NOLESS THAN 75% AND MUST HAVE NO RATING LOWER THAN 50% IN ANY OF THERATING LOWER THAN 50% IN ANY OF THE TESTTEST
  35. 35. PROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL UNITSPROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL UNITS Of the required eighteen (18) units of credit inOf the required eighteen (18) units of credit in professional education courses, twelve (12)professional education courses, twelve (12) units must have been earned by completing oneunits must have been earned by completing one subject or its equivalent in each of the four (4)subject or its equivalent in each of the four (4) clusters enumerated below:clusters enumerated below: 1. EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY, or1. EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY, or • Adolescent Psychology (Adolescent Growth &Adolescent Psychology (Adolescent Growth & Development)Development) • Psychology of LearningPsychology of Learning • Psychology Applied to EducationPsychology Applied to Education
  36. 36. PROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL UNITSPROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL UNITS • Child Growth, Development, LearningChild Growth, Development, Learning (Developmental Education)(Developmental Education) • Child Study (Child Psychology)Child Study (Child Psychology) • Human Growth, Learning andHuman Growth, Learning and DevelopmentDevelopment • Foundation of Education I (PsychologicalFoundation of Education I (Psychological & Sociological Foundation of Education& Sociological Foundation of Education 2. PRINCIPLES AND TECHNIQUES OF2. PRINCIPLES AND TECHNIQUES OF TEACHING, orTEACHING, or
  37. 37. PROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL UNITSPROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL UNITS • Principles of TeachingPrinciples of Teaching • Teaching StrategiesTeaching Strategies • Teaching Strategies I (Teaching CommunicationTeaching Strategies I (Teaching Communication Arts)Arts) • Teaching Strategies II (Teaching Social Studies)Teaching Strategies II (Teaching Social Studies) • Teaching Strategies III (Teaching Science andTeaching Strategies III (Teaching Science and Math)Math) • Teaching Strategies IV (Teaching Values)Teaching Strategies IV (Teaching Values) • Teaching Strategies in Other Special FieldsTeaching Strategies in Other Special Fields • Teaching and Content of Elementary SubjectsTeaching and Content of Elementary Subjects (Curriculum & Instructions)(Curriculum & Instructions)
  38. 38. PROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL UNITSPROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL UNITS • Teaching and Content of Elementary SubjectsTeaching and Content of Elementary Subjects (Curriculum & Instructions)(Curriculum & Instructions) • Teaching and Content in Secondary SubjectsTeaching and Content in Secondary Subjects • Principles of Teaching & EducationalPrinciples of Teaching & Educational TechnologyTechnology • Methods of TeachingMethods of Teaching • Models of TeachingModels of Teaching • Principles of Secondary EducationPrinciples of Secondary Education • Seminar on Secondary EducaSeminar on Secondary Educationtion 3. PRINCIPLES OF EDUCATION, or3. PRINCIPLES OF EDUCATION, or
  39. 39. PROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL UNITSPROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL UNITS 3. PRINCIPLES OF EDUCATION, or3. PRINCIPLES OF EDUCATION, or • Introduction to Education including Phil.Introduction to Education including Phil. Educational SystemEducational System • Foundation of Education II (Historical,Foundation of Education II (Historical, Philosophical and Legal Foundation ofPhilosophical and Legal Foundation of Education)Education) • Non-formal EducationNon-formal Education • History of EducationHistory of Education • Philippine Educational SystemPhilippine Educational System • Philosophy of EducationPhilosophy of Education
  40. 40. PROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL UNITSPROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL UNITS 4. MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION, or4. MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION, or • Research and EvaluationResearch and Evaluation • Test and MeasurementsTest and Measurements • Student Program/Project/Curriculum EvaluationStudent Program/Project/Curriculum Evaluation • Educational Research and EvaluationEducational Research and Evaluation • Introduction to Educational ResearchIntroduction to Educational Research The remaining six (6) units may be met byThe remaining six (6) units may be met by completing any two of the following professionalcompleting any two of the following professional education courses:education courses: 1. Principle and Techniques of Guidance and any1. Principle and Techniques of Guidance and any other Guidance Courseother Guidance Course
  41. 41. PROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL UNITSPROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL UNITS 2. Educational Sociology2. Educational Sociology 3. Observation and3. Observation and Participation/Observation and CommunityParticipation/Observation and Community ImmersionImmersion 4. Audio-Visual Education4. Audio-Visual Education 5. Curriculum Development5. Curriculum Development 6. Preparation of Curriculum Materials6. Preparation of Curriculum Materials 7. Administration and Supervision7. Administration and Supervision 8. The Child and the Curriculum8. The Child and the Curriculum
  42. 42. PROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL UNITSPROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL UNITS 9. Student Teaching/Internship/Practicum9. Student Teaching/Internship/Practicum 10. Educational Leadership10. Educational Leadership 11. Values Education11. Values Education 12. Special Education12. Special Education 13. Early Childhood Education13. Early Childhood Education

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