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Name : Phoebe Louise G.

Ando School : Philippine Normal University


1 Learning area- Principles and Practices in Early Childhood Care and Education
Module(s) Total No.of Modular Description
hours
 ECEd 1 – Introduction to 60 - Presents an overview of total early childhood education.
Early Childhood Education Discusses the what, the who, the why and the how of early
childhood.

 ECEd 8 – Introduction to 60 - Discusses the historical, philosophical and legal bases of special
Special Education education, the different categories of learners with special needs,
and curricular programs appropriate for them.

 ECEd 11 – Trends and 60 - Examines current political, social and community issues
Issues in Early Childhood confronting the early childhood professionals.
Education

 ECEd 13 – Organization 60 - Covers the formulation of philosophy and goals, development of


and Management of Child pre-school curricula, designing, learning environments,
Development Programs implementing and evaluating the effectiveness of the programs.
This gives a synthesis and application of the principles learned in
preceding ECED courses.

 PROF ED 1- Foundations 60 - This course introduces pre-service teachers to the nature of


of Education education and the teaching profession. It provides them with a
comprehensive background on the historical, philosophical, and
sociological contexts of education in general and Philippine
education in particular. At the end of the course, the students are
expected to evolve their own philosophy of education.
 PROF ED 11- Alternative 60 - This course explores the field of alternative education as an
Education emerging discipline that addresses various educational needs
within and outside the formal delivery system. Pre- service
students will be provided with learning experiences that will enable
them to examine the philosophy, theory, and practice of alternative
education.

 PROF ED 12- Relevant 60 - This course familiarizes pre-service students laws relevant to the
Laws for Learners and rights and duties of teachers. Students will be given an opportunity
Teachers to apply legal principles learned on specific case problems.

 PROF ED 14- 60 - This course prepares students to conduct research in education.


Introduction to Research They will be introduced to basic research concepts and will be
equipped with the basic skills in conducting research.

2 Learning area- Child Development and Learning


Module(s) Total No.of Modular Description
hours

 ECEd 9 – Multi-Age 60 - Emphasizes varied strategies in handling multi-aged young


Teaching Early children in self-contained classroom.
Childhood

 ECEd 10 – Multiple 60 - Explores the varied kinds of intelligences, abilities, activities,


Intelligences in Early indicators and types of intelligences in early childhood.
Childhood Education

 ECEd 14 – Children’s 60 - Involves the study of the various forms of literature as they are
Literature taught to young children through activities as dramatic
interpretative, choral recitation, story telling, play productions and
other related activities
 ECEd 16 –Technology in 60 - Develops, creates and evaluate print and non-print materials for
Early Childhood young children.
Education

 ECEd 17 – Assessing 60 - Equips the students the methods of interpreting and meaningful
Behaviors of Young utilization of results of human behaviour.
Children

 PROF ED 2 – Child and 60 - The course introduces education students to the nature and
Adolescent Development holistic development of the Filipino child and adolescent
(ages 2-21) . It also emphasizes the implication of this knowledge
on the teaching learning process.

 PROF ED 3 – Theories 60 - This course orients students on the nature of learning and its
of Learning processes, different learning theories, both classical and
contemporary, and their instructional applications. It also exposes
students to current researches related to learning to help
prospective teachers apply the learning theories to diverse types
of learners and in various learning situations

 PROF ED 6 – 60 - This course will familiarize pre service students with the nature of
Developmental Reading reading , strategies in teaching reading, diagnosis and prevention
of reading problems of learners. Through lectures, discussions,
hands-on experience, and independent study, the course aims to
equip prospective teachers with adequate knowledge of the
theoretical foundations of reading instruction as well as with
strategies to help them manage , supervise and implement a
reading program for an identified group of learners.
 PROF ED 9 – 60 - This course is designed to equip the students with the basic
Introduction to Special knowledge, skills, and desirable attitudes towards special
Education education and children with special needs.

 PROF ED 13 – 60 - The course introduces students to contemporary and emerging


Developments in trends, movements , and innovations in education. Students will
Education be exposed to texts and other sources discussing on –going
transformation in the fields of education.

 FS 2 – Facilitating 28 - The course is designed to enrich the knowledge of the field study
Learning students on teaching methods and strategies and provide them
with opportunities to examine the application of teaching theories
and principles in the environment.

3 Learning area- Curriculum Planning and Pedagogy


Module(s) Total No.of Modular Description
hours
 ECEd 2- Developing 60 - Discusses the various strategies in helping young children acquire
Number Experiences number concepts.

 ECEd 3- Early Childhood 60 - Focuses on the needs and characteristics of 0-6 years old children
Curriculum and the developmentally appropriate curricula for young children.

 ECEd 4 – Play and - Covers socialization approaches with focus on play and discusses
Social Living 60 basic concepts and strategies in social living.
Experiences

 ECEd 5 – Developing 60 - Discusses the various strategies in helping young children acquire
Language Experiences language skills.
 ECEd 7- Creative 60 - Challenges, stimulates and develop activities for young children
Experiences, Music and such as song-stories, story plays, rhythmic, arts, song and games
Movement

 ECEd 12 – Directed 60 - Provides the students with opportunities to read and discuss
Study in Child researches, understand basic concepts, principles and methods of
Development research and conduct simple studies on learning and development
of children ages 1-8 years.

 PROF ED 7 – 60 - This course introduces pre-service students to the different views


Curriculum Development and thinking on curriculum development process which will enable
and Instructional them to analyse and critique existing curriculum for possible
Planning modification and refinement. Students will be given hands-on
experience in planning, designing, implementing and evaluating
relevant curricular programs.

 FS 3 – Curriculum and 28 - The course shall allow the students to apply and verify knowledge
Educational technology gained on curriculum development through exposure to the
existing curriculum. The students are required to analyse and
observe best practices in the implementation of the curriculum.

 FS 5 – Evaluating 28 - The course allows the students to have hands-on experiences in


Learning selecting, constructing and evaluating traditional, authentic and
alternative assessment tools used in the learning environment
based on principles of teaching.
4 Learning area- Personal Growth and Professional Development : The Reflective Practitioner
Module(s) Total No.of Modular Description
hours

 PROF ED 5 – Guidance 60 - The course orients pre-service teachers on the basic foundation of
and Counseling guidance and counseling needed in the classroom. It equips them
with skills in identifying , appraising, and managing developmental
needs of learners in the classroom.

 PROF ED 8- 60 - This course introduces pre-service students to the different views


Assessment and and thinking on curriculum development process which will enable
Evaluation of Learning them to analyse and critique existing curriculum for possible
modification and refinement. Students will be given hands-on
experiences in planning, designing , implementing and evaluating
relevant curricular programs.

 PROF ED 10 – 60 - This course exposes students to wide range of educational


Educational Technology technology tools. As such, it immerses them to the varied ways of
technology integration supported by different learning
perspectives. The course offers students to select, produce and
utilize educational technologies.

 PERS.ED 1 – 30 - The course introduces the freshman students to the nature,


Teacherhood realities and challenges of teaching as a profession. Through
varied experiential activities, they are given the opportunity to
reflect on teaching as their career choice. Appropriate and
interesting activities are likewise provided to help the students
develop the right attitude towards their course and eventually their
commitment to teaching. To facilitate their adjustment in this
University , this course includes a discussion on the mission,
vision, goals, philosophy as well as the rules and regulations of
the University.
 PERS.ED 2 – The 30 - This course is designed to help the prospective teachers develop
Teacher’s Personality –A a pleasing personality with emphasis on personal hygiene, good
grooming, poise and posture, proper choice of clothes for different
occasions, appropriate use of accessories and different ways of
enhancing one’s personal attributes. in this course, the students
are guided to discover techniques in personality improvement and
develop self –confidence as they learn to appreciate their worth as
unique individuals.

 PERS.ED 3 – The 30 - This course focuses on the self-attributes of a teacher as a role


Teacher’s Personality –B model; the self –esteem, lifestyle, high level of professionalism,
concomitants and the ways of enhancing one’s personality to meet
the expectations of mentors.

 PERS.ED 5- Leadership 30 - This course guides the students in assuming their leadership roles
Training and Group as future teachers. It provides both theoretical and practical
Processes application of enhancing leadership skills by discovering and
developing leadership potentials. It stresses on developing
personality traits by clarifying goals, vision, functions and
responsibilities of a teacher, which are the foundation for building
positive relationships with others. It also includes hands-on
experiences in a facilitating different types of group activities.

 PERS.ED 6- Career 30 - This course prepares the prospective teachers to handle the
Planning and challenging and complex professional world of teaching. It
Employment provides the students with a theoretical framework opportunity for
career planning by exploring career goals, interests, skills, values
and achievements. Through experiential activities it provides
opportunity to assess students’ level of readiness for worlds of
work in teaching.
 G-VED 01 – Values 60 - Ang pagpapaunlad ng mga potensyal ng tao ayon sa iba’t-ibang
Education dimension ng tao ( pisikal, ispiritwal , moral, sosyal at intelektwal)
ang paksa ng kursong ito. Ang pagkakaroon ng positibong
pagtingin sa sarili at ang pagpapaunlad ng pakikipag-ugnayan sa
kapwa, sa pamayanan at ang personal na ugnayan sa Maylalang
ay nais na mapabuti sa pamamagitan ng mga sesyon na
tumatalakay sa karanasan ( experiential session) . ang mga
batayang moral at mga prinsipyo sa Etika ang siyang gabay sa
pagpapaunlad ng pagkatao upang maging mabuti at ganap ang
pamumuhay sa lipunan at maka-angkop sa kasalukuyang
panahon.

 FS 4 – Instructional 28 - The course is designed to enrich the students’ experiences in


Materials Development developing and utilizing appropriate instructional materials to
facilitate learning. It provides the students hands-on opportunities
to select teaching materials that best suit the needs of the
learners.

 FS 6 – The Teaching 28 - The course is designed to bring about real life and vicarious
Profession and Relevant experiences of a pre- service teacher. It gives emphasis on the
laws for Teachers and characteristics of a teacher as a person and as a professional.
Students The students are provided with an opportunity to analyse the
educational previsions of the constitutions which identify the
competencies that make up a professional in the classroom, in the
community and in the world.
5 Learning area- Safety , Health, Hygiene and Nutrition
Module(s) Total No.of Modular Description
hours

 ECEd 6- Science, Health 60 - The course discuss the strategies in guiding young children
and Nature Study understand the basic concepts in Science and Health and
Experiences providing them with experience in Natural Study.

- This course aims is a development of future mentors’ coping skills


 PERS.ED 4- Problem 60 with particularly facing students in the classroom or even outside
Solving and Coping the classroom without setting aside the problems besetting the
Skills mentors and administrators themselves which may affect the
teaching-learning situation. It also covers the effective techniques
in resolving such problems within the shortest time to prevent or
minimize disruptions on students’ and teachers’ program of
activities.

6 Learning area- Partnership with Families and the Community


Module(s) Total No.of Modular Description
hours

 ECEd 15- Parent 60 - Focuses in topics of interest to parents and caregivers, e.g. child
Education and development. Proper nutrition, rearing practices and parenting
Involvement styles, as well as ways and means of parent involvement in
children’s growth, learning and development.
 FS 1 – The Learners and 28 - The course is designed to help the field study students observe
the Learning the behaviour of the child in actual learning environment. It will
Environment require them to recognize feasible approaches to facilitate learning
considering the learner’s different phases of development and
social environment.

 PROF ED 4 – General 60 - Focuses in topics of interest to parents and caregivers, e.g. child
Principles and Methods development. Proper nutrition, rearing practices and parenting
of teaching styles, as well as ways and means of parent involvement in
children’s growth, learning and development.

7 Learning area- Supervised Teaching Practice


Module(s) Total No.of Modular Description
hours

 PROF ED 15 – General - The 6- unit course is intended to provide students with first-hand
Principles and Methods 360 and practical learning experiences in which they can observe,
of teaching explore , verify, reflect on, and evaluate theories , principles ,
methodologies and concept learned in professional education
courses in actual teaching learning context.

Total No. of Hours : 2,478 hours