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COLLEGE OF TEACHER ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

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and photocopy) with computed Grade 1901

Point Average (GPA) of 85%, 2.0 or


The Certificate in Teaching Program
(CTP) has been offered since 1985, after better Philippine Normal University
the PNC Board of Trustees approved the • attach photocopy of Marriage Contract The National Center For Teacher Education
increase in the number of AB and BS degree if TOR bears maiden name Taft Ave., Manila
holders who may be admitted in the pro- • pass the university screening procedure
gram. It provides the necessary professional a) written admission test
training for AB/BS graduates who have b) interview
decided to pursue a career in teaching.
• attach two copies of 2”x2” recent picture
CTP offers a set of courses equivalent to • pay the Admission Test Fee (P400.00)
those offered to the undergraduate educa-
tion students. These courses provide them REQUIREMENTS FOR ENROLMENT
with the basic knowledge, theories, principles,
skills, values, and training needed in the • Original Transcript of Records (TOR) of
teaching profession. Bachelor’s Degree. Remarks on the TOR
should be either “Granted Honorable
In compliance with Republic Act 7836
(The LET Law) and Article II of CMO , s.

Dismissal” or “Copy for PNU”
Original NSO Marriage Certificate if
CERTIFICATE IN TEACHING
2004, graduates of non-education degrees
shall take 18 units of professional education
courses, and 12 units of experiential learning
TOR bears maiden name
PROGRAM
courses (Field Study and Practice Teaching) SCHEDULE OF FEES
as of AY 2011-2012
to qualify for the Licensure Examination
for Teachers (LET). Tuition 480.00 Php/unit
Registration 220.00 Php
Athletics 110.00 Php
PROGRAM OBJECTIVE Medical/Dental 220.00 Php
Cultural fee 110.00 Php
Provide professional education to non-teacher Library fee 220.00 Php/subject
education degree holders by developing Student 50.00 Php
their understanding of the intricacies of the Government
teaching –learning processes, facilitating the Torch 100.00 Php
PWEBBS 200.00 Php
acquisition of basic teaching competencies,
University I.D. 150.00 Php
and instilling in them positive attitudes and
values to be nationalistic, morally upright *Other school fees will apply for foreign students.
and dedicated teachers.
 For inquiries, contact or visit:

OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS Testing Dates:


SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
Rm. 104, G. Pecson Hall (Main Bldg) April 10, 2016 (1st Term)
Tel.: (632) 317-1768 loc 753
Email: admissions@pnu.edu.ph
July 24, 2016 (2nd Term)
Monday - Friday – 5:30-8:30 PM www.pnu.edu.ph
Saturdays – 7:00-5:00 PM
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Filipinos training in the science of teaching. P. Sibayan in 1972, Dr. Edilberto P. Dagot bases, programs and practices, present directions, issues construction of valid pen-and-paper tests, rubrics, scales,
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1901, with Mr. Elmer B. Bryan as its first Atty. Lilia S. Garcia in 1998, Dr. Nilo L. Rosas
superintendent. Seven other Americans in 2002, Atty. Lutgardo B. Barbo in 2006, and Education 2 - Child and Adolescent Development, Education 6 - Developmental Reading
succeeded him before the designation of Mr. Dr. Ester B. Ogena in 2011. Theories of Learning and Guidance
Manuel Escarilla as the first Filipino superin- Field Study 6 – The Teaching of Reading
tendent in 1939. In recognition of its continued leadership Field study 2 - The Learner and the Learning The course aims to hone further the teacher’s reading
Environment proficiency in English through reading experiences
in teacher education, PNU was designated as The course introduces education students to the study across contexts and text types. After going through expe-
With the signing of the charter, Repub- the National Center for Teacher Education by of the learner. It deals with basic theories and principles riences as a learner-reader, the student will be exposed
lic Act No. 416 on June 18, 1949 during the virtue of R.A. 9647 on June 30, 2009. governing human growth and development with to theories, materials, methodologies that will make
term of President Elpidio Quirino, PNS was emphasis on the characteristics and needs of learners him/her understand the nature of reading and reading
converted into the Philippine Normal Col- The main campus of the University across levels. It also focuses on the study of the desirable instruction.
conditions of learning and the theories and principles
lege, authorized to grant undergraduate and is in the City of Manila with branches in supporting cognitive, affective and psychomotor learn-
graduate degrees in education. Republic Act Prosperidad, Agusan del Sur; Alicia, Isabela; ing and their classroom implications. It also discusses Practicum A – Pre-Service for Non-Teachers
6515 mandated the offering of doctorate Cadiz City, Negros Occidental; and Lopez, the fundamental concepts, principles and techniques of
and other academic programs relevant to the Quezon. guidance and counseling. This course provides the prospective teachers the
 necessary professional laboratory situations in order
to transmit theory in to practice as they develop the
Education 3- Curriculum Development desirable teaching competencies and values in their field
of specialization. Includes experiences in the selection,
PNU VISION PNU MISSION Field Study 3 - Curriculum and Educational Technology preparation, and utilization of appropriate techniques
The course deals on the changing concepts, founda- and instructional materials. The course involves observa-
PNU shall become internationally recognized PNU is dedicated to nurturing innovative tions, sources and the basic processes of the curriculum tion and participation in identified practicum centers.
development from planning to improvement and
and nationally responsive teacher education teachers and education leaders. change. It also focuses on the basic concepts, principles,
university. As the established producer of techniques and application of modern tools for teaching Practicum B - In Service for Teachers
knowledge workers in the field of education, and learning processes.
it shall be the primary source of high quality This course exposes in-service teachers to various expe-
teachers and education managers that can riences for the enhancement of the acquired teaching
Education 4 - Principles and Strategies of Teaching competencies and values in their field of specialization
directly inspire and shape the quality of through reflective and critical readings of professional
Filipino students and graduates in the Field Study 4 - Facilitating Learning literature, demonstration of instructional events and
country and the world. The course is designated to provide pre-service teachers strategies; and hands-on experiences in the selection,
an opportunity to acquire knowledge about the com- preparation, and utilization of appropriate techniques
plexities of teaching and learning and to develop their and instructional materials and evaluation instruments.

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