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COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Home of Future Character Builders

PHILOSOPHY

The College of Education is committed to train future teachers to be effective Christian Educators and restorers of the image of God in their respective fields of endeavor.

VISION

The College of Education envisions being a center of excellence towards accelerated development for Global Competitiveness.

MISSION

It shall be the utmost concern of the College of Education to enhance the quality of its teacher training program through appropriate strategies as catalyst to maximum development of future teachers for national and global relevance.

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

Mission

The AUP College of Education is committed to provide quality Bible-based elementary teacher education, nurturing students for academic excellence, Christ-like character and exemplary service.

 

Vision

The AUP College of Education envisions to be the center of excellent elementary teacher training among Adventist educational institutions in the Asia Pacific Region by 2022.

Bachelor of Elementary Education

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

  1. Practice a deep and principled understanding of a wide range of teaching processes and the role of the teacher in facilitating these processes among young learners.
  2. Show creativity and innovation in applying alternative teaching approaches, while demonstrating higher level of literacy, communication, numeracy, critical thinking, and learning skills needed for basic “elementary” teaching in diverse types of learning.
  3. Initiate opportunities and model leadership through academic, extra-curricular, co-curricular, and spiritual activities in the context of elementary education.
  4. Pursue lifelong learning for personal and professional growth through commitment to self-directed methods and active participation in seminars, professional organizations, and research activities in the specific field of specialization and in education in general.
  5. Demonstrate and practice the professional and ethical requirements of the teaching profession and an orientation to service and mission in the light of Adventist educational philosophy.
  6. Exhibit spiritually-motivated modeling of Christ-like attitude and behavior in and out of the classroom; such as, s/he can witness to others through covert and overt practice of Biblical values and Adventist Christian lifestyle at their respective workplace, community, church or wherever they may be called to serve.

PROGRAM INDICATORS

  1. Translate one’s understanding of the teaching processes and the teaching profession at large onto the actual elementary teaching practice.
  2. Use innovative, creative, varied and purposeful instructional tools and strategies in teaching elementary pupils of this generation.
  3. Exemplify leadership skills in educating young learners in and out of the classroom, by providing opportunities for young learners to embrace academic and non-academic responsibilities.
  4. Engage in professional growth activities such as seminar attendance, professional organization membership and research involvement.
  5. Exhibit Christian maturity in the discharge of teaching responsibilities by adhering to the professional and ethical requirements of the teaching profession and involvement in service and mission of the church and society.
  6. Practice a personal and professional lifestyle reflective of Biblical values and doctrines of the Seventh-day Adventist church.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

  1. To provide quality instruction towards pre-service teachers’ deep and principled understanding of a wide range of teaching processes and the role of the teacher in facilitating these processes among young learners.
  2. To facilitate the development of pre-service teachers’ critical, creative and imaginative thinking skills in order that they may translate these onto innovation in applying alternative teaching approaches imperative for basic “elementary” teaching in diverse types of learning environments.
  3. To equip pre-service teachers with teaching and leadership skills imperative toward their job opportunities as school administrators and/or general elementary teachers, preschool teachers, and SPED teachers.
  4. To encourage pre-service teachers to commit  to lifelong learning by exposing them to various professional growth activities such as active participation in seminars, professional organizations, and research activities in the field of elementary education and in education at large.
  5. To enable pre-service teachers to demonstrate and practice the professional and ethical requirements of the teaching profession and an orientation to service and mission in the light of Adventist educational philosophy through faith and prayer, and spiritual and moral equipping, exposure and empowerment.
  6. To empower pre-service teachers to exhibit spiritually-motivated modeling of Christ-like attitude and behavior in and out of the classroom through personal witnessing, practice of Biblical values and Adventist Christian lifestyle.
SECONDARY EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

Mission

The AUP College of Education is committed to provide quality Bible-based secondary teacher education, nurturing students for academic excellence, Christ-like character and exemplary service.

 

Vision

The AUP College of Education envisions to be the center of excellent secondary teacher training among Adventist educational institutions in the Asia Pacific Region by 2022.

Bachelor of Secondary Education

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

  1. Practice a deep and principled understanding of a wide range of teaching processes and the role of the teacher in facilitating these processes among adolescent learners.
  2. Show creativity and innovation in applying alternative teaching approaches, while demonstrating higher level of literacy, communication, numeracy, critical thinking, and learning skills needed for basic “secondary” teaching in diverse types of learning.
  3. Initiate opportunities and model leadership through academic, extra-curricular, co-curricular, and spiritual activities in the context of secondary education.
  4. Pursue lifelong learning for personal and professional growth through commitment to self-directed methods and active participation in seminars, professional organizations, and research activities in the specific field of specialization and in education in general.
  5. Demonstrate and practice the professional and ethical requirements of the teaching profession and an orientation to service and mission in the light of Adventist educational philosophy.
  6. Exhibit spiritually-motivated modeling of Christ-like attitude and behavior in and out of the classroom; such as, s/he can witness to others through covert and overt practice of Biblical values and Adventist Christian lifestyle at their respective workplace, community, church or wherever they may be called to serve.

PROGRAM INDICATORS

  1. Translate one’s understanding of the teaching processes and the teaching profession at large onto the actual secondary teaching practice.
  2. Use innovative, creative, varied and purposeful instructional tools and strategies in teaching secondary students of this generation.
  3. Exemplify leadership skills in educating adolescent learners in and out of the classroom, by providing opportunities for adolescent learners to embrace academic and non-academic responsibilities.
  4. Engage in professional growth activities such as seminar attendance, professional organization membership and research involvement.
  5. Exhibit Christian maturity in the discharge of teaching responsibilities by adhering to the professional and ethical requirements of the teaching profession and involvement in service and mission of the church and society.
  6. Practice a personal and professional lifestyle reflective of Biblical values and doctrines of the Seventh-day Adventist church.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

  1. To provide quality instruction towards pre-service teachers’ deep and principled understanding of a wide range of teaching processes and the role of the teacher in facilitating these processes among adolescent learners.
  2. To facilitate the development of pre-service teachers’ critical, creative and imaginative thinking skills in order that they may translate these onto innovation in applying alternative teaching approaches imperative for basic “secondary” teaching in diverse types of learning environments.
  3. To equip pre-service teachers with teaching and leadership skills imperative toward their job opportunities as school administrators and/or Biology teachers, English teachers, Filipino teachers, Mathematics teachers, MAPEH teachers, Physics teachers, Social Studies teachers, and TLE teachers.
  4. To encourage pre-service teachers to commit  to lifelong learning by exposing them to various professional growth activities such as active participation in seminars, professional organizations, and research activities in the field of secondary education and in education at large.
  5. To enable pre-service teachers to demonstrate and practice the professional and ethical requirements of the teaching profession and an orientation to service and mission in the light of Adventist educational philosophy through faith and prayer, and spiritual and moral equipping, exposure and empowerment.
  6. To empower pre-service teachers to exhibit spiritually-motivated modeling of Christ-like attitude and behavior in and out of the classroom through personal witnessing, practice of Biblical values and Adventist Christian lifestyle.