introduces the concepts of new literacies in the 21st century as evolving
social phenomena and shared cultural practices across learning areas. The 21st
century literacies shall include (a) globalization and multi-cultural literacy,
(b) social literacy, (c) media literacy, (d) financial literacy, (e) cyber
literacy /digital literacy, (f) eco-literacy and (g) arts and creativity
literacy. Field based-interdisciplinary explorations (ex. observation in
mathematics, Field Studies) and other teaching strategies shall be used to
develop PSTs’ teaching skills to promote learners’ literacy, and critical and
creative thinking skills. Pre-service teachers shall develop skills in using
appropriate teaching strategies and resources, including the positive use of
ICT, to address learning goals.
- Faculty: Ivy Bande
This course deals with exercises on chromosomal basis of inheritance, structure of genetic material, and Mendelian and Non-Mendelian inheritance. Physical and chemical basis of heredity and variation, structure, transmission, distribution, action, and change of genetic materials, concept of probability, regulation of gene expression, and human chromosomal abnormalities are the main concepts in the discipline of genetics, which are given emphasis in this course.
- Faculty: Peter Sultan
This course includes temperature and heat, thermal
properties of matter, the law of thermodynamics.
- Faculty: Francis Quinn Velasco
This course allows the students to appreciate literary pieces all over
the world. It reflects diverse cultures, beliefs, traditions, etc. that improve
their cultural awareness and respect for the people around them. It ignites
their understanding of the world and humanity. In addition, students will be
exposed to various literary pieces that allow them to improve their knowledge
of literary analysis.
- Faculty: Suzette Sanchez