College of Teacher Education

Institutional Outcomes (Graduates Attributes)

  1. Analyze information critically, make sound judgment and communicate effectively.
  2. Demonstrate personal values and professional qualities, and virtues to manage career and work effectively.
  3. Exhibit mastery of theoretical and technical knowledge gained in one’s professional career.

OUR VISION

Professional teachers who are committed to teaching as a vocation.

OUR MISSION

Graduates who possess the necessary knowledge, skills, values, positive attitudes and are committed to the holistic development of children in their formative years from preschool to the completion of basic education.

PROGRAMS

Bachelor in Elementary/Secondary Education

OBJECTIVES: By the end of their course, the students will:

  1. demonstrate the ability to teach effectively and efficiently preschool, elementary, or high school students and to uphold the highest possible standards of quality education;
  2. demonstrate the ability to manage classroom situations that maintain optimal teaching-learning conditions and enhance their students’ creativity;
  3. demonstrate critical thinking and logical reasoning to stimulate learning, while manifesting communication proficiency that satisfies or even surpasses the standards set for the practice of the teaching profession;
  4. exhibit an open mind to resolve education issues with students, parents, community leaders and fellow teachers, with the interest and welfare of the child as the first and foremost concern;
  5. conduct education researches;
  6. show awareness of social issues, adhere to the tenets of professionalism and demonstrate commitment to teaching;
  7. manifest appreciation of the arts and culture of the people and communities they work with;
  8. demonstrate responsibility for pursuing exceptional outputs in all their activities including professional growth and willingness to actively participate in matters required of them as citizens of this state; and
  9. pass the licensure examination for teachers.

Brief History

The Bachelor in Secondary Education (BSEd) major in English, Mathematics, Social Studies and Technology and Livelihood Education (TLE) started in 1993 with Government Permit GP NO. HED 38 s. 1993 issued by the Commission on Higher Education Cordillera Administrative Region (CHED CAR). The Government Recognition was issued in November 18, 1998 (GR. NO. 278 s. 1998).

The Bachelor in Elementary Education (BEEd) started in 1994 with Government Permit HED-05 s. 1994 issued by the Commission on Higher Education Cordillera Administrative Region (CHED CAR). The Government Recognition was issued in August 7, 1996 (GR. NO. 18 s. 1996).

Program Offerings

The College of Teacher Education program offerings are as follows; with current curriculum, subject to change with the issuance of updated Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Policies, Standards and Guidelines (PSGs) and/or institutional curriculum update:

  1. Bachelor in Elementary Education (BEEd)
  2. Bachelor in Secondary Education (BSEd) major in:
    1. English
    2. Mathematics
    3. Social Studies
    4. Technology and Livelihood Education (TLE)

Admission Requirements

Admission requirements are those required of new students and of transferees still to be given the school’s entrance examinations. Enrollment requirements are those required of new students and of transferees, who have already passed the entrance examinations of the school.

High School Graduates

  1. Results of CCDC Administered Interest Test, and other pertinent proficiency tests
  2. Application form, duly accomplished
  3. Clear photocopy of PSA (NSO) birth certificate (2 copies)
  4. Original copy of F-138/Report Card with Final Grades, duly sighed by the principal or Registrar, and with the notation “Eligible for Admission to College,” as fresh entrants to college
  5. Certificate of Good Moral Character from the principal and/or recommendation letter from the Guidance Counselor, if applicable
  6. PSA (NSO) Marriage Certificate, certified true copy, if married (female)
  7. Certification of Eligibility to Transfer with true Copy of Grades (TCGs), if transferee
  8. Certificate of non-issuance of F-137 for High School graduates who did not immediately enroll the school year following his/her high school graduation.

High School Graduates

  1. Original copy of the Bureau of Alternative Learning Examination Report with remarks as PASS
  2. Results of CCDC Administered Interest Test, and other pertinent proficiency tests
  3. Application form, duly accomplished
  4. Clear photocopy of PSA (NSO) Birth Certificate
  5. PSA (NSO) authenticated Marriage Certificate, if married (female)
  6. Authenticated diploma