澳门六合彩

Overview

The Department of Educational Leadership and Management (DELM) of the Br. Andrew Gonzalez FSC College of Education of 澳门六合彩-Manila, envisions itself as the premier center for the development of teachers and educational leaders in the country. Established in June 2001 through the strategic merger of the Educational Management and the Specialized Education Departments, the Department serves as a dynamic resource of Church and Nation in the formation of Christian educators who serve as catalysts of educational advancement and social transformation in the country and the Asia-Pacific region.

The department offers Bachelor of Early Childhood Education, Teacher Certificate Program and graduate programs in the field of early childhood education, special education, and educational technology at the masters level as well as in educational leadership and management for both the masters and doctorate levels. The department also offers electives and minor degree in Teacher Education for non-education students.

Vision

The center for innovation in teaching, and leadership towards social transformation and renewal in education.

Mission

Inspired by our Lasallian Spirit, the department commits itself to forming educators and leaders who serve as catalysts of educational advancement of all for the betterment of humanity and for the glory of God.

Title of the Program: Bachelor of Early Childhood Education

Degree Codes: 聽聽 BECED (Manila Campus) 触听BECEDS (Laguna Campus)

Program Description

The聽Bachelor of Early Childhood Education is a four-year preservice teacher education program that is rooted in the Lasallian vision and mission of education and aligned with the CHED Memorandum No. 6, Series of 2017 and Expected Lasallian Graduate Attributes (ELGAs).

The program aims to develop students to become competent early childhood educators, imbued with Lasallian Christian leadership values, who will morally and ethically work for the best interest and well-being聽of children aged 0 to 8 years old and their families.

This program provides students聽with a fundamental understanding and application聽of the pedagogical principles of early childhood care and education. They learn to critically reflect, evaluate, improve, and design pedagogical approaches, instructional resources including technology, and the learning environment that are appropriate for young children.

Central to the program is the students’ exposure to various early childhood settings during field study experiences and their involvement in community-based outreach projects throughout their coursework. The program culminates in a practicum experience where students are placed in early childhood classrooms in varied school contexts and collaborate with and learn from experienced teachers in the field. An integral component of the practicum is the students’ conduct of action research in the classroom.

Course Offerings

Specialization (Early Childhood Education)

The Bachelor of Early Childhood program provides students with competencies to serve children in the early years. Courses offered focus on supporting the growth and holistic development of young children. Students are equipped with knowledge, skills, and attitudes on how to teach young children literacy and numeracy as well as the early foundations for learning language, science, social studies, literature, technology, music, arts, and movement along with designing environments that will provide for socio-emotional functioning, safety, nutrition, and health. Students are also prepared on how to integrate play and other developmentally appropriate practices, including inclusion, and family and school partnerships in their teaching that help ensure for the care and wellbeing of children.

 

Professional Education

Graduates of the Bachelor of Early Childhood Education program are ready to take on the professional world. Courses like curriculum development, facilitating learner-centered teaching, principles of learning, and assessment and evaluation, develop our students鈥 academic, personal and professional skills. On top of the required field study experiences, the program expose students to real-world teaching through various internships in day care centers, private and public schools, and international school settings through strong linkages with 澳门六合彩 partner communities and schools.

 

Lasallian Core Curriculum

Integral to the Lasallian education is the promotion of human and Christian education. Apart from the general education courses required in higher education programs that teach mathematics, sciences, English and literature, Filipino, humanities, and social sciences, including PE and NSTP, Lasallian students must take Christian education units that are supplemented by retreats or recollections and formation classes aimed for the personal and professional development of values and leadership attributes that will equip its graduates to contribute to the transformative mission and ministry of the university in service of God, church and society.

Contact Information

Br. Andrew Gonzalez FSC College of Education
Department of Educational Leadership and Management (DELM)聽

Room 1610, Br. Andrew Gonzalez Hall
De La Salle University
Taft Avenue, Manila
(02) 8524 4611 Loc. 171

2401 Taft Avenue
1004 Manila, Philippines