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BEED SPED: Core Competencies



BEED SPED: Core Competencies

Education Objectives

The Education Department aims to produce graduates who demonstrate the following core competencies:

1. Excellent character in teaching and in dealing with learners with special needs.

  • Demonstrate understanding of learners with special needs and methodologies of educating them.
  • Demonstrate compassion and concern for learners with special needs.
  • Possess interpersonal skills and collaborative attitude in dealing with parents of learners with special needs as well as with the school personnel and people in the school community.

2. Professional competence and research orientation in the practice of the profession considering the international standards.

  • Possess open-mindedness to and interest in innovations
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BEED SPED: Competency Standards



BEED SPED: Competency Standards

Graduates of the BEED Special Education programs are teachers who:

  • have the basic and higher level of literacy, communication literacy, critical thinking, learning skills needed for higher learning;
  • have a deep and principled understanding of the learning processes and the role of the teacher in facilitating these processes in their students;
  • have a deep and principled understanding of how educational processes relate to larger historical, cultural, and political processes;
  • have a meaningful and comprehensive knowledge of the subject matter they will teach;
  • can apply a wide range of teaching process skills ( including curriculum development, lesson planning, materials and development,
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BEED SPED: Course Overview



BEED SPED: Course Overview

“MOVE PEOPLE. TRANSFORM LIVES. MAKE A DIFFERENCE.”

The course provides students with a general training in education and developmental psychology, sociology and linguistics applied to education, especially to students with special learning needs.

This course includes the Philosophy, Foundations, and Principles of Education, Curricular Content Development, Development of Instructional Materials, Teaching Strategies and Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI)

Program Description and General Objectives

Bachelor in Elementary Education (BEEd) is structured to meet the needs of professional teachers for elementary schools and special education programs in the Philippines
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BEED SPED: Curriculum



BEED SPED: Curriculum
  • Benchmarked against international standards
  • Integrated course content and delivery
  • Focused on latest educational methodologies such as:
    • Brain-Based Learning (BBL)
    • Outcomes-Based Education (OBE)
    • Differentiated Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment (DCIA)
    • Multiple Intelligence and Learning Styles
    • Positive Learning and Environment through Discipline (PLED)
    • Standards-Based Assessment (SBA)
    • Laboratory-School Accredited Internationally (WASC)

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International Author Holds Writing Workshop



The hottest YA author and Southville alumna, Kate Evangelista, is giving us a free writing workshop on October 21 in celebration of our 26th Founding Anniversary!

Dont miss out the chance to learn the from the expert and have a signed copy of No Other Love! Pre-order her books now! Contact PR and Marketing Office at 820-8702 local 142 and look for Elyds or Arianne.

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RESPONDING TO THE CHALLENGE OF UNDERSTANDING AND HELPING PEOPLE



WHY BS PYSCHOLOGY AT SISC?

The BS Psychology curriculum provides opportunities for learning the scientific principles of the different branches of Psychology.  Through linkages forged with external clinical, educational and industrial organizations, SISC graduates have the advantage in terms of employment opportunities.

  • Pyschological and Clinical Assessment
  • Human Resource Management
  • Recruitement and Training
  • Counseling and Teaching

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Academic Year: 2011-2012

 

Southville IB Students Hold Art Exhibit
SISC: The Benchmark in E-Learning and Non-Traditional Approaches in Teaching
Southville Alumnus Makes it to Tribeca Film Fest
College Admission Ongoing
Seminar on Compensation and Benefits Management in Schools
Media Heavyweights Incite the Youth in Southville’s Career Talk
Southville Educates the Community on Environment
Southville Honors 2 Bar Exam Passers
Songwriter Places in International Tilt
Southville Math Wizards Join National Pool
Lopez Ranks 4th in PLDT Directory Cover Contest
Seniors Pass Entrance Tests of Top Universities
JPCS Conducts IT Career Lecture
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