Objectives

GENERAL OBJECTIVES

1. To provide a well-rounded education and training to selected groups of

perspective teacher as well as teachers already in active service;

2. To answer the need of  local schools for qualified competent elementary and

secondary school teachers;

3. To serve as the training center for upgrading, updating and retraining

teachers already in the service;

4. To serve as the training center for teacher trainors especially in the fields of

English, Mathematics, Physics and Early childhood education.

 

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES

1.To strengthen the values education components in the curriculum to

highlight self-reliance, hard work, honesty, civic-consciousness, love of God

and neighbor;

2. To develop dynamic leaders and community-oriented teachers instrumental

in  nurturing community development and stimulating growth and

livelihood;

3. To create awareness of problems and issues in the community and country

so the graduates could take an active role in responding to them;

4. To motivate students to strive for excellence in their academic work and

extra-curricular activities to better prepare them for leadership role in the

community;

5. To train and develop quality and competent teachers who will teach in

public and private secondary school;

6. To produce graduates who are physically and mentally sound.

 

GUIDING INSTRUCTIONAL PHILOSOPHY

In educating and training future teachers the CTE is guided by the humanistic

philosophy of education were the student is the key figure in the teaching-learning

process. Central to this philosophy is the belief that each learner naturally seeks

growth, and therefore, has the desire to develop his/ her potentials. This philosophy

maintains that the student has the capability to learn and will indeed learn given the

opportunity, right learning environment and resources.

 

CURRICULUM

The CTE curricula leading to the degrees Bachelor of Secondary Education

(BSED), and Bachelor of elementary Education (BEED) are unique and innovative

in direction and content of subject areas the curricula are designed to develop

competencies for teaching academic subjects such as Science and Technology,

Mathematics and English, as well as leadership in community development.

Thus, at the completion of their degree programs the teachers are expected to

be competent not only in the classroom, but also in community development as

dynamic leaders in stimulating growth and livelihood.

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