Department of Education

Program Objectives

Program Requirement

Basic communication course emphasizing listening, constructive or clear thinking, basic writing and speaking abilities. Includes reading and discussion of short prose selections intended to develop both the reading and writing skills of the students with emphasis on organization and development of ideas; writing of effective paragraphs and short compositions. 

This is a course taught by an audio-visual teaching method. Pronunciation and syntax are improved through written drills and exercises.

Pre-requisite: Pass Placement Examination or MATH 003 – non Majors. Topics to be covered: Properties of real numbers; Polynomials, Factors; Functions; Graphs; Simultaneous Equation, Quadratic and Linear Equations; Inequalities; Exponents; Radicals; Equations in three variables; Determinants; Sequences series; Bionomical Theorem; Logarithms.

This course provides each student with a practical opportunity to participate and develop skills in a variety of athletics. It stresses physical development, physical fitness, motor skills, elective sports, remedial and corrective exercises, and stimulus sports appreciation.

This course, which is a requirement for all students irrespective of their areas of specialty, is an introduction to computer application with 80% practical orientation. The students learn about the evolution of computer, the classification, the components of the computer and their functions, significance; indispensability of computers in our contemporary world; the practical applicability of computer in a real time situation. Introduces students to Microsoft Word Processing and data manipulation.

Instruction in writing original composition, short essays, short stories, and poetry; to enhance basic written and oral communication skills.

This course prepares students with concentration to teach Social Studies in teaching at Primary, Junior and Secondary School levels. The course will expand the student’s knowledge of physical geography, the environment and human relationships.

The second semester course is devoted to the scientific and philosophical aspects of physical education. It provides the student with greater knowledge of human anatomy, physiology, health education, objectives of physical education, and appreciation of his/her own body, the development of good health habits and the use of leisure time in creative ways.

Topics to be covered: Measurement of angles; Radian measure; Arc length; Trigonometric ratios and functions; solution of right angled triangles; Applications; Heights and distances; Problems on navigation; Reduction of trigonometric functions of angles of any magnitude to acute angles; Graphs of Sine, Cosine, and Tangent, Identities; Equations, Sum and difference formulae; Solution of any triangle (Oblique).

A required course for all students regardless of discipline. This course is 80% practical oriented and is focused on data processing using spreadsheet. It provides students hands-on training in electronic spreadsheet using MS Excel 2010. Teaches general concept and processes of management information system, payroll calculation, petty-cash flow, data query, pivot/chart depiction of data, data integrity. PowerPoint Presentation.

Study of social, psychological economic and philosophic trends which lead to the development of guidance and counseling programs in schools. Causes and uses of educational, occupational and related information in guidance.

Integrated program which places emphasis on the effective development of basic communication skills such as reading comprehensive and writing. It is a study of styles as manifested through some selected narratives, expository, descriptive and argumentative prose and poetic works in English. Summary (précis) and narrative writing skills are fostered, and students are ultimately exposed to the methods and techniques of writing short research papers.

Explores historical accounts of pre-colonial Africa constructed from historical records and archeological findings. The objective of the course is the examination of such events as migration, civilizations, conquests, empires and the role of Africa in the world in the 17th Century.

This course introduces the principles and practices of personal and community hygiene with special emphasis on school health, education, public health, communicable diseases and their prevention.

Focuses on the values, beliefs, and attitude in relationship to the process of growth of individuals and society .Briefly discusses the aims, goals, objectives, delivery and assessment of education. Surveys educational theories of Luther, John Locke, Dewey, Piaget, Comenius and Froebel.  Discusses idealism, realism, pragmatism, and existentialism

 

Emphasizes improved methods and strategies of materials presentation to students and improving the learning environment. Exposes students to educational planning; medium and long range to enhance student’s achievement.

Focuses on the models of curriculum and instructions that promote student learning, planning of instructions, decision making in terms of educational measurement, the importance of multiple modes of assessment and using resources meaningfully to enhance instruction.

An interdisciplinary course which investigates the history of education in Africa from pre-colonial to modern times and analyses selected issues in and their relationship to social problems and social changes.

A continuation of English 201; an advanced course in the use of language for communication. Introduces the students to literacy evaluation – a critical appraisal of selected and more sophisticated writing in modern English Prose and Poetry covering the selected and more sophisticated writing in modern English Prose and Poetry covering the following areas: comparison – contrast argumentation, exposition, analysis. One of the writing skills to be stressed would be short story and poetry writing – students will learn advanced methods and techniques related to the writing of long-term papers and reports.

Issues of slavery in Africa; the Arab Slave trade (known as slavery in the east) four hundred years the trans-Atlantic Slave trade.

Theories, research and practices related to effective organizational leadership and development issues relative to capacity-building, creating school vision and culture, problem solving, decision making, and the relationship among school management, teachers and other personnel.

A semester comprehensive course which Introduces the students to the general field of psychology and study those phases of child and adolescent development which are useful in the school. Emphasis is placed on the problems of Educational Psychology and the application of the laws of Psychology to the teaching and learning process.

Theories, research and practices related to effective organizational leadership and development issues relative to capacity-building, creating school vision and culture, problem solving, decision making, and the relationship among school management, teachers and other personnel.

Opportunity for senior students to engage in actual teaching under supervision; lesson planning, presentation, class room management.

Basic communication course emphasizing listening, constructive or clear thinking, basic writing and speaking abilities. Includes reading and discussion of short prose selections intended to develop both the reading and writing skills of the students with emphasis on organization and development of ideas; writing of effective paragraphs and short compositions. 

This is a course taught by an audio-visual teaching method. Pronunciation and syntax are improved through written drills and exercises.

This course, which is a requirement for all students irrespective of their areas of specialty, is an introduction to computer application with 80% practical orientation. The students learn about the evolution of computer, the classification, the components of the computer and their functions, significance; indispensability of computers in our contemporary world; the practical applicability of computer in a real time situation. Introduces students to Microsoft Word Processing and data manipulation.

This course provides each student with a practical opportunity to participate and develop skills in a variety of athletics. It stresses physical development, physical fitness, motor skills, elective sports, remedial and corrective exercises, and stimulus sports appreciation.

Application of numerical analysis of shapes, points, angles, circumference, radii, parallel lines and segments. Students learn to calculate the areas and perimeters of triangles, quadrilaterals, circumference and circles; three dimensional shapes and their volumes and surfaces.

Instruction in writing original composition, short essays, short stories, and poetry; to enhance basic written and oral communication skills.

Focuses on the values, beliefs, and attitude in relationship to the process of growth of individuals and society .Briefly discusses the aims, goals, objectives, delivery and assessment of education. Surveys educational theories of Luther, John Locke, Dewey, Piaget, Comenius and Froebel.  Discusses idealism, realism, pragmatism, and existentialism

A review of real number system; set operation; review of algebraic expression, equalities and inequalities including polynomials, rational expressions, radical expressions, absolute values.

 

Focuses on the models of curriculum and instructions that promote student learning, planning of instructions, decision making in terms of educational measurement, the importance of multiple modes of assessment and using resources meaningfully to enhance instruction.

A required course for all students regardless of discipline. This course is 80% practical oriented and is focused on data processing using spreadsheet. It provides students hands-on training in electronic spreadsheet using MS Excel 2010. Teaches general concept and processes of management information system, payroll calculation, petty-cash flow, data query, pivot/chart depiction of data, data integrity. PowerPoint Presentation.

Emphasizes improved methods and strategies of materials presentation to students and improving the learning environment. Exposes students to educational planning; medium and long range to enhance student’s achievement.

Focuses on the models of curriculum and instructions that promote student learning, planning of instructions, decision making in terms of educational measurement, the importance of multiple modes of assessment and using resources meaningfully to enhance instruction.

Theories, research and practices related to effective organizational leadership and development issues relative to capacity-building, creating school vision and culture, problem solving, decision making, and the relationship among school management, teachers and other personnel.

A general survey of the fundamentals of kinematics dynamics and statics; composition and resolution of vectors, equilibrium; Newton’s First Law, friction, moment of a force rectilinear motion; Newton’s Second Law, gravitation, Newton’s Third Law; motion in the plane, work and energy, impulse and momentum, rotation, pressure in a fluid, pressure gauges, Archimedes’  Principle.

A semester comprehensive course which Introduces the students to the general field of psychology and study those phases of child and adolescent development which are useful in the school. Emphasis is placed on the problems of Educational Psychology and the application of the laws of Psychology to the teaching and learning process.

A continuation of English 201; an advanced course in the use of language for communication. Introduces the students to literacy evaluation – a critical appraisal of selected and more sophisticated writing in modern English Prose and Poetry covering the selected and more sophisticated writing in modern English Prose and Poetry covering the following areas: comparison – contrast argumentation, exposition, analysis. One of the writing skills to be stressed would be short story and poetry writing – students will learn advanced methods and techniques related to the writing of long-term papers and reports.

Theories, research and practices related to effective organizational leadership and development issues relative to capacity-building, creating school vision and culture, problem solving, decision making, and the relationship among school management, teachers and other personnel.

Opportunity for senior students to engage in actual teaching under supervision; lesson planning, presentation, class room management.

This course introduces the principles and practices of personal and community hygiene with special emphasis on school health, education, public health, communicable diseases and their prevention.