This course exposes the English major-students to the frameworks, legalities, school paper advising and editorial management skills, multimodal techniques, current trends and issues of various campus publications, types of journalistic writings, and to the technical aspects of publishing traditional and contemporary media.
This is a course in implementation of multi-grade classes that deals with the theories, principles and concepts of multi-grade learners and classes. It includes pedagogical approaches and contextualized learning environments for the different grade and age levels which are grouped for instructions in different school situations.
This course is designed for prospective teachers to develop and use digital and non- digital teaching- learning resources using technology tools appropriate in various subject areas in the elementary level. Further, the course will provide opportunities for students to use technology tools to develop project-based collaborative activities and share resources among communities of practice
This course focuses on society as a context upon which the schools have been established. Educational philosophies that are related to the society as a foundation of schools and schooling shall be emphasized. Further, principles and theories on school culture, social and organizational leadership shall be included to prepare prospective teachers to become school leaders and managers.
This course, Teaching Science in the Elementary Grades-Biology & Chemistry enables future Science Teachers to understand the intent, content, and structure of the Elementary Science Curriculum, and equip them with principles and elements of instructional planning, various teaching and assessment strategies as well as development of instructional materials for elementary science. It also provides activities fostering understanding of spiraling basic science concepts and application of science inquiry in Biology & Chemistry.