The University of the Immaculate Conception was granted Government Recognition to offer Bachelor of Science in Education (BSE) in 1951. A second Government Recognition was granted UIC in 1958 to offer Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education (BSED). Today UIC offers the following courses:
A. Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEED)
Area of specialization:
- Special Education
B. Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSED)
Area of specialization :
- Biological Science
- Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health (4 th year SY 2015-2016)
C. Bachelor of Physical Education, major in School Physical Education (BPE-SPE)
EDUCATION GRADUATE OUTCOME (GO)
1A. Diagnose and analyze critically a range of pedagogical and curricular issues associated with the nature of the learner, pedagogical methods and techniques, assessment, classroom management techniques required to manage 21 st century learning environment.
1B. Demonstrate in-depth understanding of the development of elementary and adolescent learners.
2. DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION
2A. Make informed decisions and act with flexibility and creativity to improve quality of teaching as a result of a collaborative and publishable research that will contribute to the improvement of the Teacher Education Program.
2B. Design Instructional strategies for assisting the learning needs of students and be able to develop teaching and learning activities/lesson sequences which provide opportunities for students to use these processes themselves
2C. Apply skills in curriculum development, lesson planning, materials development, instructional delivery and educational assessment
3. MODERN TOOLS AND TECHNIQUE USAGE
Select and utilize appropriate and innovative approaches and technologies in facilitating learning processes of diverse types of students, in diverse types of learning environments and evaluate effectiveness of such approaches and technologies to enhance teaching and learning
4A. Communicate ideas, opinions, perspectives, aspirations and knowledge as great contribution to human development using appropriate, honest, tactful and precise English and Filipino language and consider contributions and giftedness of others.
4B. Articulate the relationship of education to larger historical, social, cultural, and political processes.
5. COLLABORATION AND TEAMWORK
5A. Work effectively with others on a common task, taking action with respect to the needs and contribution of others, contributing to and accepting consensus, negotiating a win-win solution to achieve the objectives of the group
5B. Work effectively as an Ignacian-Marian member or leader of a team by demonstrating, performing personal and global responsibilities, and providing humble leadership to teams.
6. PROFESSIONALISM, ETHICAL PERFORMANCE AND SOCIETY
Develop a high personal regard for the teaching profession and concern for professional development and manifest the ethical and moral requirements of the teaching profession guided by ethical decisions and actions that would promote public trust and confidence
7. LIFE-LONG LEARNING CAPABILITIES
Continuously acquire knowledge and demonstrate skills and abilities in order to be able to plan and monitor one’s own learning, learn in a variety of settings and use a variety of strategies and information literacy skills.