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Lab School

Lab School

FACULTY MEMBERS

Dr. Rex Emmanuel L. Asuncion - DEAN

Noel R. Palomares - Program Head, Boac Campus

Dr. Annalyn J. Decena - Program Head, Sta. Cruz Campus

 

 REGULAR FACULTY - BOAC CAMPUS 

  1. Ma. Teresa C. Chavez
  2. Rizalina M. Fidelino
  3. Dr. Julieta L. Go
  4. Dr. Leodegario M. Jalos Jr.
  5. Arnel M. Lantita
  6. Ruby Ann T. Lantita
  7. Dr. Alicia M. Maalindog
  8. Raoul J. Magcamit
  9. Jorge M. Mandia
  10. Dr. Liza Marie M. Manoos
  11. Erma L. Marte
  12. Robert M. Mascareñas
  13. Maria Victoria M. Miciano
  14. Dr. Diomenes L. Montaron
  15. Dr. Joy S. Montejo
  16. Marilou M. Regio
  17. Dr. Victoriano R. Regio
  18. Evelyn M. Rocha
  19. Annie M. Ruiz
  20. Teresita M. Tubongbanua

 

COLLEGE LECTURER

  1. Bernadette N. Del Prado
  2. Edgardo M. Grana, Jr.
  3. Genil S. Labaguis
  4. Gladys M. Liwanagan
  5. Janice G. Solis
  6. Fatima M. Villanueva
  7. Roche M. Zoleta

 

LABORATORY HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY

  1. Mahaguay
  2. Mapacpac
  3. Rey

 

PART-TIME LECTURER

  1. Corazon M. Janda

 

AFFILIATE FACULTY

  1. Mae Kristine C. Ogayre
  2. Dr. Merian C. Mani

 

STA. CRUZ CAMPUS

  1. Mr. Amelito Zulueta
  2. Aida Quinto

 

 

 

 

 

Logo SSTEDThe Marinduque State College, School of Education (MSC-SED), erstwhile the Related Subject Section (RSS) later called the Professional Industrial Education Department (PIED), had its beginning in 1976 when the Department of Education Secretary Juan L. Manuel issued the second endorsement dated September 12 permitting the Marinduque School of Arts and Trades (MSA T) to offer Bachelor of Science in Industrial Education (BSIE) with major fields in Women's Vocational Course (WVC), Automotive, Electricity, Machine Shop, Drafting, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

Starting school year 1977-1978, the BSIE course was opened with thirty (30) students, the pioneer batch wherein twenty-seven (27) graduated, 70% passed the teacher's Board Examination and all presently employed.

In 1983, Batas Pambansa BIg. 377 authored by then Congresswoman Carmencita O. Reyes, converting MSA T to Marinduque Institute of Science and Technology (MIST) provided opportunities for the offering of other courses which include the Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSE). Starting school year 1990-1991, BSE with majors in Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Social Studies was opened. Hence, from that year, the school has been offering two Teacher Education courses, the BSIE and the BSE.

On March 30, 1992, R.A. 7319 authored by Congresswoman Carmencita O. Reyes paved the way for the conversion of Marinduque Community College (MCC) in Santa Cruz, Marinduque as branch of MSC. In effect, Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEEd) of that school became a part of the School of Education curricular offerings.

Due to the need of a laboratory school for the In-campus and Off-campus Student Teaching, the High School Department was established. However, effective 1997-1998 the same laboratory school was phased out to effect RA 8292 provision that sues like MSC must focus on providing higher education and not basic education. The phasing out of this school was gradual and the last batch of secondary graduates was in school year 2000-2001. Establishing linkages with the School Division of Marinduque helped much in the Student Teaching Program of the College.

MSC curricula were evaluated and found out that the BSIE curriculum was the duplication of the Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology with majors in technology courses. To make the course offerings relevant to the present needs, BSIE was phased out during the school year 1996-1997 and was replaced by the BSE major in Technology and Home Economics (THE). In the year 1999-2000, Physical Education, Health and Music (pEHM) were offered as one of the major fields.

In the delivery of its service to the people, MSC School of Education is tested by providing quality education to the youth of Marinduque in terms of high passing percentage in Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET), and employability of its graduates and performance in the field of instructions and administrations. MSC-SED continuously commit itself in preparing educators imbued with ideals, aspirations and traditions of Philippine life and culture who could assume major roles in national and global development.

 

Institutional Statement

 

Vision

MSC - a premier College in the Region along the fields of Instruction, Research, Extension and Production.

 

Mission

Provide quality, responsive and dynamic leadership in the areas of Education, Technology, Engineering, Environment, Agriculture, Fisheries, Culture, Arts and Sciences to empower God-fearing individuals who are innovators and protectors for the sustainable development of the province and the country as a whole.

 

Goals

The School of Secondary Teacher Education aims to provide quality teacher education program to would-be teachers consonant to the educational thrusts and policies of the national government.

 

Building SSTED

 

 


 

E. News & Updates

School of Education will be holding "GABI NG PARANGAL 2017" on March 15, 2017, 6:00 pm at the MSC Covered Court.

Program of Activities will follow soon...

 

BACHELOR OF SECONDARY EDUCATION (BSED) - Accredited Level III-AACCUP, Inc.

Majors:

    • Biological Sciences
    • Mathematics
    • Music Arts and Physical Education (MAPHE)
    • Music Education
    • Physical Sciences
    • Social Studies
    • Technology and Livelihood Education

The Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd) Program is a 4-year curricular offering designed to prepare individuals who would like to enter the teaching profession as teacher or as an administrator in educational institutions.

 

Objectives

The graduates of this program are expected to:

  1. Manifest high level of teaching competencies appropriate for the curriculum of secondary schools;
  2. Integrate educational theories and practices through class management, school administration, research and community extension services;
  3. Demonstrate ethical and professional attributes toward the teachig profession; and
  4. Compete globally and ready to meet the demards of the changing society.

 

Curriculum 

AY 2011-2012

AY 2012-2013

 

CERTIFICATE IN TEACHERS PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION (CTPE)

 

 

Objectives

 

The graduates of this program are expected to:

 

  1. Manifest high level of teaching competencies appropriate for the curriculum of secondary schools;
  2. Integrate educational theories and practices through class management, school administration, research and community extension services;
  3. Demonstrate ethical and professional attributes toward the teachig profession; and
  4. Compete globally and ready to meet the demards of the changing society.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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