Teacher Education

The College of Education (CED) is among the top-performing schools in the Philippines in the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) Elementary Level in 2008. It ranked second in the same category in 2004. In 2006, CED gained the third rank in the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) in the Secondary Level nationwide and number one in the LET Elementary Level in Region 10.

Being the leading school in ICT integration, CED is recognized as the ICT hub for Mindanao. It has strong linkage and partnership with other institutions such as: Intel Philippines, Foundation for Information Technology in Education and Development (FIT-ED), Department of Education (DepEd), Philippine Association for Teacher Education (PAFTE), World Links Philippines, Commission on Information and Communications Technology (CICT)-iSchools and UNESCO Bangkok Asia and Pacific Bureau for Education.

CED has been granted the following projects: Accelerated Teachers Education Program (ATEP) Training Center, National Training Center for World Links Project, Community of Learning Fund, ICOLAR Research Fund, Best Intel Teach Program Implementer and Intel Teach Training Hub in Mindanao.

These accomplishments are the results of the best efforts of the faculty, staff, students and the administration. Thus, realizing the dreams of the previous deans who at one moment had led CED to what it is today.

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Brief History

From its humble beginning, the College of Education (CED) has indeed gone far to attain its present stature. Today, it as grown in terms of students, faculty and staff, the offering of curricular programs ranging from undergraduate to graduate programs. With the many feats through the years, its images has been transformed into a dynamic College.

Established in 1985, the CED was born by virtue of the MSU-Reorganization Plan which was approved by BOR Resolution no. 18 s 1984 s.o. no. 885. The College evolved from a merging of three schools: the School of Industrial Education; the School of Physical Education and the Developmental High School which served as its laboratory school. It has five departments: Department of Industrial Technology Education (DITE), Department of Home Technology Education (DHTE), Department of Physical Education (DPE), Department of Professional Education (DPRE) and Department of Science and Mathematics Education (DSME).

In its early years of operation, the College was temporarily housed in the College of Engineering. The rooms shared were used as the Dean’s office, Department offices as well as classrooms. Its Amakan Building was utilized as the lecture laboratory rooms for the home technology classes while the still existing industrial technology building behind the College of Engineering is used as industrial arts classrooms and serves as display room of students’ handicraft products. Finally, in 1982 the College successfully got an infrastructure allocation of 13.5 million for CED building and in 1993 the building was occupied by the College.

Today, the CED is one of the teacher education institutes that offers elementary and secondary education whose mission is centered on the trilogy functions of instruction, research and extension. It is vested to provide industrial education, physical education, home economics education, science and mathematics education, elementary education and professional education leading to degrees and diploma. It also provides leadership in effecting technology transfer and entrepreneurial development in neighboring schools and barangays in Iligan City.

Pursuant to its vision as model of academic excellence, CED has continuously strived to carry out development efforts and changes to keep up with the challenges of the times.

Through the years, CED has been producing passers in the annual licensure examination for teachers given by the Professional Regulations Commission (PRC). The level of performance of its graduates is among the highest in the region and in Mindanao as a whole, it being above the national passing percentage. Since it is in this examination that the knowledge the students acquired in their classroom instructions are first put into challenging test, it is a solid proof of quality education the College provides its students.

In LET 2004, the MSU-IIT-CED ranked second among the top performing schools in the 10-99 Examinees category national level among schools offering elementary education.

Through its steadfast commitment in providing quality education, it prides itself as one of the leading TEI’s evidenced by its being awarded Level II status by the Accrediting Agency for Chartered Colleges and Universities of the Philippines (AACUP) to four of its baccalaureate degree programs namely: Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Biology, Chemistry, and Physics, Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Home Economics and Bachelor of Science in Industrial Education major in Foods, Bachelor of Science in Industrial Education with options in Drafting Technology and Industrial Arts and the Bachelor of Physical Education.

Having made significant contribution in the area of technology education, the CED has not only established national linkages but also has undergone international in pursuit of its aim to prepare its students for global competitiveness. It has established linkage with the National Science Instrumentation Programs and has been identified as the National Instrumentation for Science and Technology Center (NISTC) for Mindanao. Likewise, it has established linkage with Intel Teach in UP and has been made the lead school in bringing Intel Teach to the Future to its students as well as teachers in neighboring schools.

Moreover, it has established international linkages through its access to on-line learning web-based learning mode with the University of Texas, Panam. Eventually, this endeavor will make MSU-IIT as the Center for Distance Learning in Mindanao with CED taking the lead role in this project of collaboration.

The department of Home Technology Education has also established linkage for the On the Job Training with the First Search Company-PTE, LTD International Practicum Program in Singapore. Six (6) home economics students have qualified and will undergo six months training in the program.

CED has also actively contributed to the development of Iligan through its Adopt School Program which focused on teachers continuing education and teaching strategies. For its extension projects, it has the Adopt a Barangay Program which centered on Livelihood skills training and food processing.

The College considers the students’ welfare and development as foremost in all its endeavors to prepare them as professional teachers with strong professional education foundation, adequate intra and extra-curricular activities to develop their leadership skills and to equip them with the proper values and desirable characteristics to enable them to cope with the demands of their profession and their social environment. It focuses in developing individuals to become whole person for them enjoy fuller lives and become useful members of society.

Since the faculty plays a key role for the successful implementation of its various programs of instruction, research and extension, opportunities for faculty development programs such as scholarship grants, attendance to relevant technical and scientific seminars and workshop meant to develop a stronger and more productive faculty and staff are also provided.

Many reforms at present are being actively pursued by the College to sustain the maintenance of its growth and development. These include capabilities build up in terms of faculty development, expansion of CED library and acquisition of recent library books and equipment, upgrading of Science and Technology laboratories, computerized system and procedures, improved student admission and retention policies, provision of the: state-of-the-art in ICT for classroom instruction, optimized generation of resources and improved management systems.

The insights and vision of the past administrators the dream of what CED would be in the years to come have slowly but surely been folding into reality. Thus, it is note worthy to mention them: Dr. Fedeserio C. Camarao, Dr. Isalino Bolivia, Prof. Raphia Maglinao, Prof. Eduardo Arugay, Dr. Remedios Grageda, Dr. Fe Destura, Dr. Lydie D. Paderanga, Prof. Esmar N.Sedurifa and the incumbent acting dean Dr. Manuel B. Barquilla.

On its 26th Year, Star Sapphire Anniversary, the CED can lay claim to having witnessed its evolution since its pioneering days and as it turns it leaf anew, CED has indeed painstaking carried its niche as a model teacher education institution of higher learning.

Office of the Dean

Heads
Dean Assoc. Prof. Amelia T. Buan
Assistant Dean Asst. Prof. Osuardo A. Pabatang Jr.
Integrated Developmental School (IDS) Principal Asst. Prof. Minda C. Sexon
Name of Faculty Designation
Asst. Prof. Vanessa B. Zabala DTTE Chairperson
Dr. Nancy R. Hernandez DPRE Chairperson
Asst, Prof. Rovie Gretchel P.  DPE Chairperson
Dr. Monera Salic- Hairulla DSME Chairperson
Asst. Prof. Vienna Lou L.Carbonell College Secretary
Asst. Prof. Roxan A. Consolacion AVMC Coordinator
Dr. Rebecca M. Alcuizar CED GS Coordinator
Dr. Imelu G. Mordeno CED Research Coordinator
Dr. Rizalina G. Gomez Practice Teaching Coordinator
Dr. Corazon T. Biong College Curriculum Coordinator
Cafeteria Manager
Prof. Ma. Faye M. Fajardo Experiential Learning / Field Study (FS) Program
Dr. Corazon T. Biong Institute Academic Promotion Panel
Asst. Prof. Rey A. Etom Internationalization Program
Prof. John Alan D. Lee Alternative Learning System/Extension Program
Prof. John Alan D. Lee Solid Waste Management Program
Staff
College Registrar Francisco C. Micabalo Jr.
College Property Custodian Basilio G. Hora
Food Laboratory Technician Esel N. Nuñez
College Financial Analyst Grace O. Tabacon
College Production Staff Elmie O. Mendoza
College Technical Staff Frederick R. Navato
Science Research Assistant Michelle Anne L. Ferolino
Laboratory Technician (DSME) Mary Grace D. Aranas
DPRE/DTTE/DSME/DPE/ Clerk: Gianina Bianca Banas

Education Media Center

Locations: Rooms 202, 203, 207, 306 CED – ICT Laboratory, Multi Media Center MSU-IIT – World Links Training Center
Service Hours: 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Vision

To be a globally eminent organization offering excellent ICTs in Education programs and services needed by the College of Education constituents and its neighboring communities of learning.

Mission

To support the College of Education constituents and members of the community of learning attain empowerment through the effective use of Information and Communication Technologies.

Services:

  1. Assistance to CED students on activating MY.MSUIIT and MOLE account
  2. Technical assistance on the operation and production of audio visual media for instruction.
  3. Maintenance of instructional materials and equipment in AV Media Center.
  4. Organize and conduct training on the use of Information and Communication Technologies
  5. Conduct researches on ICTs in Education

Brochure:

The College of Education Educational Media Center Organizational Structure

CED AVMC Organizational Structure

Policies on the Use of the CED AV Media Center Facilities:

The CED AV Media Center manages the Audio Visual Rooms (Room 202,203,207,306) CED-ICT Laboratory and MSU-IIT World Links Training Center, and the Multimedia Center. Faculty members and students may avail of the services of the AV Media Center subject to the following guidelines:

  1. Faculty members and students may use the AV Rooms, CED-ICT laboratory and World Links Training Center for curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities only.
    i.e.
    1. Use computers for activities such as Online Treasure Hunt ,Webquest, online learning, micro lessons and other ICT related activities in their classes as reflected in the syllabus.
    2. Show movies, slides, filmstrips, videotapes, video compact disc, and other visual/audiovisual media for instruction.
  2. Interested users must comply with the reservation procedure.
  3. Reservation for the use of AV Media Center facilities and equipments should be made one week in advance. Reservations done on a short notice may be accommodated provided reason/s is/are valid and is subject to availability of the facility/equipment
  4. Reservations made by the students for a class activity will require the endorsement of the faculty member concerned; those made by student organization for extra-curricular activities will require the endorsement of the concerned adviser and an approved DSA permit for holding such activities.
  5. Faculty member who signed the reservation form is responsible for the equipment/s loaned and should be present for the whole duration of the activity.
  6. Non-IIT groups who wish to avail of the CED AV Media Center facilities have to submit a written request to the CED Dean, and shall be entertained upon the latter’s approval of this request.
  7. Installation and use of pirated software, DVDs, compact discs, tapes and other AV media is not encouraged.
  8. AV media shall be used within the CED premises. As much as possible AV media should not be transferred or moved without the permission from the CED AV Media staff.
  9. The faculty who is handling a class in the ICT-LAB, World Links Training Center & Multimedia Center is required to login in a logbook handed by the respective assistants.

File Management

Students and faculty are encouraged to use CED custom-made Presentation Templates for their presentations and reports, the said templates are downloadable from this site.

Procedure in Making Reservations

    1. Secure a reservation form from the AV Media Center.
    2. Verify with the Multimedia Center Staff or concerned Department Chairman of the availability of the AV media facilty/ies. (for rooms 202, 203, 207, and 306 have the department chairpersons countersign)
    3. Fill-out the reservation form and submit to the CED AV Media staff for approval.
    4. Pay the stipulated amount when required.

General Rules of Conduct on the use of CED ICT Laboratory and MSU-IIT World Links Training Center

Faculty In-charge must accompany their classes during laboratory time.

1. Eating, drinking and playing of Windows’ computer games are strictly prohibited.
2 Strictly no using of flash drive.
3. Inform the laboratory staff any equipment or software not working properly.
4. Take extra care of the equipments (i.e. keyboards, mouse, etc.) and arrange it properly after use.
5. Do not install unnecessary programs and computer games.
6. Do not browse social networking (i.e. www.friendster.com) or unnecessary websites during classes unless your teacher allows you.
7. Do not modify computer settings or defaults.
8. Do not use more than one workstation at a time.
9. Minimize your voice when inside the laboratory.
10. Turn off the monitor after using.

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Programs & Departments

Science and Mathematics Education

Techonology Teacher Education

Professional Education

Physical Education

Graduate Programs

Programs & Departments

Science and Mathematics Education

Techonology Teacher Education

Professional Education

Physical Education

Graduate Programs

Student Organizations

  • ASESMA: Association of Student Educators in Science and Mathematics
  • STEP-FHP: Student Technologists and Entrepreneurs Philippines – Future Homemakers of the Philippines
  • ITESO: Industrial Technology Education Students Organization
  • SEEEd: Society of Elementary English Educators
  • DPESO: Department of Physical Education Student organization

Student's Population

Program Male Female Total
BEED Lang Ed 16 106 122
BTVTED-DT 41 73 114
BSED BIO 30 74 104
BEED SCI MAT 19 101 120
BPE-SPE 5 4 9
BSE (BIOL.) 1 0 1
BSED MATH 42 73 115
BSED PHYS 28 67 95
BTLED-IA 42 70 112

 

Program Male Female Total
BEEDENG 0 3 3
BSE(G.S) 4 14 18
CPRT 13 39 48
BSED CHEM 25 94 119
BTLED-HE 5 115 120
BPED 71 129 200
BSED FIL 25 96 121
BSE (CHEM.) 1 2 3
BEED (SCH) 2 6 8

 

Program Male Female Total
BEED Lang Ed 16 106 122
BTVTED-DT 41 73 114
BSED BIO 30 74 104
BEED SCI MAT 19 101 120
BPE-SPE 5 4 9
BSE (BIOL.) 1 0 1
BSED MATH 42 73 115
BSED PHYS 28 67 95
BTLED-IA 42 70 112
BEEDENG 0 3 3
BSE(G.S) 4 14 18
CPRT 13 39 48
BSED CHEM 25 94 119
BTLED-HE 5 115 120
BPED 71 129 200
BSED FIL 25 96 121
BSE (CHEM.) 1 2 3
BEED (SCH) 2 6 8

 

Student's Population Chart

Faculty Academic Rank Distribution

Department Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Instructor
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 4 2 6 0
PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION 4 8 7 1
SCIENCE & MATHEMATICS EDUCATION 3 4 7 1
TECHNOLOGY TEACHER EDUCATION 0 3 10 0
Total 11 17 30 2

Population

Faculty Academic Rank Distribution

Department Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Instructor
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 4 2 6 0
PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION 4 8 7 1
SCIENCE & MATHEMATICS EDUCATION 3 4 7 1
TECHNOLOGY TEACHER EDUCATION 0 3 10 0
Total 11 17 30 2

Population

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