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COEd Conducts College Orientation

The College of Education held its Annual College Orientation last June 27, 2017 at RSU Socio-Cultural Center arranged and facilitated by the Collegiate Student Council. The activity was graced with the presence by the populace of COEd students and faculty.

The said event was held for the students to be familiar and well-accustomed with regards to their academic status, proper decorum, retention and admission policies, and various policies that should be exercised as students of this University, specifically, the College of Education. All of the policies and regulations are strongly emphasized in upholding the good name of the University and the college. Included in the orientation was also the introduction of the different college campaigns, namely, SPEAK ENGLISH AT COEd, Clean As You Go (CLAY Go), and Ang Magalang, Bow.

The orientation program was indeed an inspiring activity because it has fruitfully achieved its goals of making the college become more competitive and relevant and serve as an avenue for student learning and development. During the ceremony, there was also an awarding of certificates for deserving students (Dean’s Listers) in every level of various courses.

COEd Orientation

COEd students actively listen to Mr. Magnaye, BSEd Program
Chair as he discusses the Retention and Admission Policies

COEd Orientation1

COEd students watch presentations of the Fourth
Year students during the College Orientation

BACHELOR OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION (BEED)

Program Objectives:

   The BEED aims to develop elementary school teachers who are either (a) generalist who can teach across the different learning areas in grade school, (b) special education teachers, or (c) Pre school Teachers.

Retention Policies:

   In line with the policy of the school to provide quality education and produce quality graduates from different courses, the college of Teacher Education and Arts and Sciences hereby upholds and implements the policy on admission and retention of students.

   Article II, Section 1, of TTMIST Student Handbook states that “students enrolled in the degree courses must pass the qualifying examination for admission to the next curriculum level”.

   Being enrolled in the college for four (4) Semesters, it is presumed that the student had met the college policy on admission of education students based on interview, grade requirements and entrance examination. It is further presumed he/she is aware of the Retention Policy of the college as disseminated during the interview and the orientation program.

   “A student who is enrolled at the College of Teacher Education of the Northwest Samar State University, Calbayog city, maintains a probationary status and will be subjected to the following Retention Policies:

1. A student with 3 failing grades in any subjects is automatically dropped from the roll.

2. Students with an Incomplete Grade in a pre-requisite subject shall not be allowed to take succeeding subject unless the “INC” is removed. Grades earned from subjects enrolled without satisfying the pre-requisite subject requirement shall not be given due credit.

3. Education students must maintain a general weighted average of 80 percent in all subjects every semester form the start of their entrance to college.

4. Second year students must pass the qualifying examination requirements to the administered by the Guidance Office of the university to quality them for Third Year.”

Qualifying Examination

1. The Guidance office normally schedules an Aptitude Test for Teaching (TAT) on the 3rd week of January each year. The test takes an average of one hour inclusive of instructions and reminders. The actual working time of the exam is 30 minutes and is under time pressure.

2. Upon announcement of the schedule, all second year students should report to the Guidance Office at least three (3) days prior to the scheduled exam, to register or enlist themselves. Students are excused from their classes during their scheduled exam.

3. Failure of students to register or log-in their names for their examination schedule and to take the exam means WAIVER on their part, hence, cannot anymore be considered for retention.

Assignment of Weights

   The academic performance of the student is also given importance for retention, the following weight assignment in determining the students who can qualify to enroll in third year:

Curriculum:

NAME EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION DESIGNATION
Montecalvo, Enrique B.
BSE - Math
MAST - Math
Ph.D.
Dean, COEd
Bernardo, Nancy Faye B.
BS- Biology
MAST
Ed.D.
SAS Director
Legal Officer
Cabral, Helen MAGC
BS Psychology
Ph.D.
Program Chair, BPED
Calamayo, Judith S.
BSE - Physics
LLB
Computer Laboratory In-Charge
Adviser, BSED-4 
Cruzada, Avin Carl V. MAEd - English
BSE - English
Head, Student Publication
Research Coordinator
Labasbas, Remelito T. BSE - P.E.
MAEd
Ph.D.
Program Chair, BPED
Mabini, Nelcie E. BSE - Physics & Chemistry
MAST
Ed.D
Laboratory In-Charge
Mag-ampo, Lito M. BEED - English
MAEd -CAR
MAEd - Educational Management
Ed.D.
Program Chair, BEED
Magnaye, Louiesito A. Jr. MAST
BSE - Physical Science
Scholarship Coordinator
QA Coordinator
Petilla, Peter Anthony C.
BSCE
MAST
Ed.D.
Head, ASCA
Program Chair, MAED & MAST
Pilpa, Myrla L. BEED - Mathermatics
MAEd - Mathematics
Ed.D.
Pitogo, Galo P. BA - History
MAEd - CAR
MAPS - Candidate
Adviser, Social Studies Club
Sports Coordinator
Rodriguez, Catherine A. Doctor of Arts in Language Teaching
MAEd - Adminsitration & Supervision
Bachelor of Law
Bachelor of Arts in English Education
Director, Extension Services
Santos, Maria Cleta A.
 BSED - Filipino
MAEd.
BSED Student Teaching Coordinator
Tapel, Maria Gemma L. MAEd - Gen. Ed.
MASEd - CAR
College Guidance Designate
Tarrayo, Susana P.
BSIE - Cosmetology
MAIE
Ed.D.
NSTP Supervisor
Program Chair, BTVTED & BTLED
Tobe, Ana Gretchen D. MAEd – Mathematics
Bachelor of Secondary Education – Major in Mathematics
Doctor of Education (CAR)
2nd & 3rd Year College Adviser
Verdeflor, Richard N. MAEd – Mathematics
Bachelor of Secondary Education – Major in Mathematics
MEG Adviser
Program Chair, BSED
EdTech Lab 1 In-Charge
Vergara, Maria Lourdes Mae A. Master of Arts in Education – Major in English
Bachelor of Secondary Education – Major in English
Private Secretary to the University President
English Speaking Policy Campaign Coordinator (CoED)

BACHELOR OF SECONDARY EDUCATION (BSED)

Program Objectives:

   The BSED aims to develop high school teachers who can teach in one of the different learning areas in high school like Mathematics, English, and Biological Sciences.

Retention Policies:

   In line with the policy of the school to provide quality education and produce quality graduates from different courses, the college of Teacher Education and Arts and Sciences hereby upholds and implements the policy on admission and retention of students.

   Article II, Section 1, of TTMIST Student Handbook states that “students enrolled in the degree courses must pass the qualifying examination for admission to the next curriculum level”.

   Being enrolled in the college for four (4) Semesters, it is presumed that the student had met the college policy on admission of education students based on interview, grade requirements and entrance examination. It is further presumed he/she is aware of the Retention Policy of the college as disseminated during the interview and the orientation program.

   “A student who is enrolled at the College of Teacher Education of the Northwest Samar State University, Calbayog city, maintains a probationary status and will be subjected to the following Retention Policies:

1. A student with 3 failing grades in any subjects is automatically dropped from the roll.

2. Students with an Incomplete Grade in a pre-requisite subject shall not be allowed to take succeeding subject unless the “INC” is removed. Grades earned from subjects enrolled without satisfying the pre-requisite subject requirement shall not be given due credit.

3. Education students must maintain a general weighted average of 80 percent in all subjects every semester form the start of their entrance to college.

4. Second year students must pass the qualifying examination requirements to the administered by the Guidance Office of the university to quality them for Third Year.”

Qualifying Examination

1. The Guidance office normally schedules an Aptitude Test for Teaching (TAT) on the 3rd week of January each year. The test takes an average of one hour inclusive of instructions and reminders. The actual working time of the exam is 30 minutes and is under time pressure.

2. Upon announcement of the schedule, all second year students should report to the Guidance Office at least three (3) days prior to the scheduled exam, to register or enlist themselves. Students are excused from their classes during their scheduled exam.

3. Failure of students to register or log-in their names for their examination schedule and to take the exam means WAIVER on their part, hence, cannot anymore be considered for retention.

Assignment of Weights

   The academic performance of the student is also given importance for retention, the following weight assignment in determining the students who can qualify to enroll in third year:

Curriculum:

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