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The TUP system shall be the premier State The University shall provide higher and
University and model of the excellence in advanced vocational, technical, industrial,
Technology Education technological and professional education and
training in the industries, technology and
practical arts, leading to certificates, diplomas
and degrees. It shall provide progressive
leadership in applied research, developmental
studies in technical, industrial and
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indigenous materials, effect technology
transfer in the country side, and assist in the
development of small and medium scale
industries in identified growth centers
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The College of Industrial Education commits its self to develop highly competent teachers,
trainers, leaders, managers, and innovators in the Industrial and Technology Education and
Training, as well as Industry through responsive and relevant programs and pro active resources
in an environment of change.

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c COLLEGE OBJECTIVES
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cImprove effectiveness of instruction, research, management, admission,


information systems and produces to make the College responsive and relevant
to the need of society.
cEnhance partnership with Industry, public and NGO·s to support effort for
life long learning.
cAchieve financial viability and sustainability to augment operational resources.
cStrengthen the core values of excellence, commitment, resourcefulness and
teamwork among teachers and students.
cAchieve third level accreditation for both graduate and undergraduate
programs
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Teaching Credo
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Everybody in Education field has their own idea of what teaching really is. At this point in my life,
my teachers, professors and the relationships with people in my life has influenced of what a teacher should
be. That idea is just a starting point, not only will I progress as a student, but also as an educator. I want
to give my student a better understanding of themselves and endless possibilities that life can offer, while
learning something about myself in process, that is my goal why I want to be an educator. I want to educate
people, and respect themselves as well, and also for them to do the same thing with others. Teaching is not
something that should go according to schedule, it is a live performance and anything could happen.
Students should be able to ask questions that are important and get honest, creative answers. I believe that
being a teacher is the hardest, and they say, the noblest career of all the careers. To inspire and benefit the
future of mankind is a gift that every educator should embrace.
Every child has a dream of what they want to be when they grow up, honestly,
mine was to be a pilot like my uncle Cesar. First it is a high paid job, and I can travel
around the world for free! Until I met Mrs. Alvarez, my kindergarten teacher, she and
her family is offering a free education in our community that time. Then I asked her ´why
are you doing this for free?µThen she answered me ´because I want to help
kids to learn and be fruitfulµ. I witnessed how the neighborhood loved and
respected her, giving them vegetables that our neighbors have harvested in their
backyard. Then I told my self, ´I want to be a teacher, I want also to get free foods
from my neighbors!µThat time I misunderstood everything. Until I went to college.
There I met Ms. Santos, my English teacher. She is always reminding us to study hard and be
successful. She is not just our teacher but also an adviser, a psychologist, because she knows what are we
thinking, and she predict our next actions. Ms. Santos became our friend; she touches our lives in every little
way. She is so sad when she heard the news that I·m gong to stop college and will work to save money for
my education. Ms. Santos even offer money for me to continue, I really adored her and loved her since that
they. That makes me more passionate to be a teacher then I told my self ´I want to be like herµ.
My second comeback in the University, I was so sad when I heard the news that Ms. Santos was no
longer teaching in the university and migrated in the US for good. But then I met not just one Ms. Santos·
character but three. Dr. Portez, Dr. Viola and of course Dr. Barbacena, my so called ´Angelsµ their passion
for teaching was evident and they committed their self to help their students as much as possible, especially
me. They taught me to be strong and competitive; they also encouraged me to take what I had learned and
apply it to situations outside the classroom. Because they are committed to their profession, I can say that I
have become a successful student and a better person as well. My teachers have given me a starting point in
my future career. However, it is up to me to grow more and become the best educator I can possibly be to
every single one of my students. I hope someday, to instill knowledge into my students· minds, but also a
passion for education in their hearts.
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Personal Educational Philosophy
I believe that each child is a unique individual who needs a secure, caring, and stimulating
atmosphere in which to grow and mature emotionally, intellectually, physically, and socially. It is
my desire as an educator to help students meet their fullest potential in these areas by providing
an environment that is safe, supports risk-taking, and invites a sharing of ideas. There are three
elements that I believe are conducive to establishing such an environment, (1) the teacher acting
as a guide, (2) allowing the child's natural curiosity to direct his/her learning, and (3) promoting
respect for all things and all people.

When the teachers· role is to guide, providing access to information rather than acting as the
primary source of information, the students' search for knowledge is met as they learn to find
answers to their questions. For students to construct knowledge, they need the opportunity to
discover for themselves and practice skills in authentic situations. Providing students· access to
hands-on activities and allowing adequate time and space to use materials that reinforce the
lesson being studied creates an opportunity for individual discovery and construction of
knowledge to occur.

Equally important to self-discovery is having the opportunity to study things that are
meaningful and relevant to one's life and interests. Developing a curriculum around student
interests fosters intrinsic motivation and stimulates the passion to learn. One way to take
learning in a direction relevant to student interest is to invite student dialogue about the lessons
and units of study. Given the opportunity for input, students generate ideas and set goals that
make for much richer activities than I could have created or imagined myself. When students
have ownership in the curriculum, they are motivated to work hard and master the skills
necessary to reach their goals.

Helping students to develop a deep love and respect for themselves, others, and their
environment occurs through an open sharing of ideas and a judicious approach to discipline.
When the voice of each student is heard, and environment evolves where students feel free to
express themselves. Class meetings are one way to encourage such dialogue. I believe children have
greater respect for their teachers, their peers, and the lessons presented when they feel safe and
sure of what is expected of them. In setting fair and consistent rules initially and stating the

importance of every activity, students are shown respect for their presence and time. In return
they learn to respect themselves, others, and their environment.

For me, teaching provides an opportunity for continues learning and growth. One of my
hopes as an educator is to instill a love of learning in my students, as I share my own passion for
learning with them. I feel there is a need for compassionate, strong, and dedicated individuals
who are excited about working with children. In our competitive society it is important for
students to not only receive a solid education, but to work with someone who is aware of and
sensitive to their individual needs. I am such a person and will always strive to be the best
educator that I can be.

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Principles and Methods of Teaching


Amparo S. Lardizabal
Alicia S. Bustos
Luz C. Bucu
Maura G. Tangco

Teacher is the key factor to the teaching-learning process. Attempts to describe what the
true meaning of a good teacher is have been in constant argument. But there are traits raised to
determine a good teacher. The first one is the Professional qualities of a good teacher which
includes proficiency in the field of teaching, mastery of the student, mastery in the teaching
principles, techniques and skills used in teaching, understanding the different branches of
knowledge, and love of the teaching profession. The second one is the Personal traits; on the other
hands include the teacher·s personality, interests, attitudes, beliefs, and relationship with pupils
and the community.
The tough job of teaching requires perseverance and an open mind and heart. A future
teacher, therefore, must undergo pre-service education to train them in the intricacies of the field
as well as for the proper behavior demanded by the profession.
A good teacher puts into mind the main elements involving learning. In doing so, a teacher must
learn to;
(1) unfreeze the students,
(2) diagnose the student·s problem,
(3) set the goal of the lesson,
(4) Introduce new behavior and
(5) Refreeze the learning.
In order to execute these steps, a teacher must know the procedures in instructing. The methods
include:
(1) making use of the learning principles,
(2) utilizing self activity,
(3) considering learner·s differences
(4) stimulating thinking, and
(5) providing room for development.
A lesson plan is one of the most essential tools for teaching. It is the blueprint of the entire
lesson for the whole semester or year. The most common contents of a lesson plan are the
objectives of the topic, the subject matter to be discussed, materials to be used, the procedure of
discussion, the method of evaluation, and the assignment.
Good classroom management is essential for an effective teaching. As a second parent, a
teacher must provide a conducive, home-like atmosphere to students. Good ventilation, lighting
and cleanliness help to attract and motivate a student to learn. A teacher must instill discipline
and responsibility towards the child.
Evaluation is also a one valuable tool for instruction. Evaluation assesses a student·s
achievements for the day and helps the teacher plan out effective strategies to be used to enhance
learning.

Nevertheless, a successful teaching does not at all depend on the hands of the teacher.
Rest also lies on the learners and support of the school. But whatever result may be, it is the
learner that is affected the most since they are the once that is in the bottom line in the learning
process.
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My Career Planc
Career Goal
To graduate and earn my masteral and doctoral degree and become the kind of teacher that
changes the lives of students for the better, educating them not only about Industrial Education,
but also about the joys and meaning of life.

Requirements:
?c Bachelor's degree in Industrial Education
?c Ability to work as part of a team.
?c Creativity.
?c Presentation skills.
?c Writing skills and other communication skill
?c Únowledge of professional education
?c Accreditation by Licensing Board.

Plan To Reach Career Goal:


?c Finish my Bachelors Degree at Technological University of the Philippines
?c Have my Masteral Degree
?c Have my Doctoral Degree
?c Attend and participate different activities and seminars that is relevant to my field
?c Teaching Experiences
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c c History Of Caloocan HighSchool

In 1940, a 2.7 hectare school site was carved out of the vast rice fields of the
Grace park district of Úalookan, Rizal. It was bounded by 10th Ave. on the
noth,9th Ave. on the south Del Mundo St. on the east and P. Sevilla St on the
west.

The construction of the Gabaldon type building with 6 standard classrooms and 2
smaller rooms as offices was finally completed on Dec. 6, 1994 and was then
readied for occupancy following Monday, Dec. 8. Unfortunately, the Japanese
bombing of the Pearl Harbor rendered its immaterialization.

During the Japanese occupation, classes in Úalookan High School and in all
schools in the Philippines were suspended and the students stayed home.
Úalookan High School then served as barracks and quarters for the Japanese
officers and soldiers. The school was then razed down by fire by the Japanese
even before the end of their occupation, so that when classes for high school
resumed, June 1945, it had to avail itself of the use of Cecilio Apostol
Elementary facilities once again. To accommodate both the elementary and high
school students, a scheme was devised whereby the elementary pupils held
sessions in morning while the high school students attended the afternoon classes.
Úalookan was still then a part of the big city of Manila that some teachers from
Torres High School were assigned to ÚHS.

On august 1947, evidently with the increasing number of High School students,
the accommodation of the Cecilio Apostol Elementary was impossible. Úalookan
High School had to have a building of its own.
The association of parents and teachers had a fund raising campaign in
November 1950, and solicited money that made build a vocational building
amounting P 25,000.H.E building was donated by Mr. and Mrs. Ang,. 1960,
stage was painted and its size was expanded, providing additional 200 chairs for
the library and teachers. Athletic grounds was constructed with the help of the
provincial administration, concrete walk, a drainage system and an eight-room-
two-storey school building with teachers· room.