Ang KOMFIL ay isang praktikal na kursong nagpapalawak at nagpapalalim sa kontekstwalisadong komunikasyon sa wikang Filipino ng mga mamamayang Pilipino sa kani -kanilang mga komunidad sa partikular, at sa buong lipunang Pilipino sa pangkalahatan. Nakatuon ang kursong ito sa makrokasanayang pakikinig at pagsasalita, gayundin sa kasanayan sa paggamit ng iba’t ibang tradisyonal at modernong midya na makabuluhan sa kontekstong Pilipino sa iba’t ibang antas at larangan.
After completing this course, the students should be able to:
1. Discuss and argue about the nature of mathematics, what it is, how it is expressed, represented, and used;
2. Discuss about the language and symbols of mathematics;
3. Use different types of reasoning to justify statements and arguments and to solve mathematical problems;
4. Use a variety of statistical tools to process and manage numerical data; and
5. Use mathematics in other areas such as finance, and arts, designs and recreation.
This is a one-unit course with 3 hours laboratory every week. This is a major course on BSED-Science designed for students in the College of Education (COE) and College of Arts and Sciences (CAS). This is a study on the fundamental concepts of Electricity and Magnetism. It deals with Coulomb’s Law, Electric Field, Electric Potential, Capacitance, Current and Resistance, Circuits, Magnetic Field, Ampere’s Law, Faraday’s Law of Induction and Maxwell’s Equations. In examining the concepts mentioned and its relevant consequences, vector methods, as well as the basic of algebra will be used.
This is a lecture and laboratory course focusing on the cellular and molecular components of the organism.
This is a lecture course focusing on the cellular and molecular components of the organism.
This course covers the biological principles relating to cellular and subcellular levels of structure and function. Topics include introductory biochemistry and molecular biology as well as the fundamentals of cell structure and physiology. Emphasis will be placed on the structural features of the different cellular organelles, the connections of the basic cellular processes and the importance of biomolecule properties for their control and regulation This also includes introduction to the physical and chemical organization of living organisms; metabolism; classical and molecular genetics; gene regulation; genetic engineering and molecular aspects of development. This lecture notes can be a good asset in different areas of biological and biomedical sciences. They can help biomedical laboratory scientists to understand the role of cell in life of living things.
The Early Childhood Education Program (ECEP) of the ECCD Council is implemented in partnership with a state university to capacitate in-service Child Development Teachers (CDTs) from National Child Development Centers (NCDCs). At the end of the program, CDTs shall be credited 18 units in MA Pre-Elementary Education after satisfying course requirements.
For this 8th run of the ECEP, the ECCD Council is partnering with the Leyte Normal University for 25 CDTs from Visayas and Mindanao.
This course module shall include the lessons delivered by the ECCD Council.