Bachelor Of Elementary Education (BEED) Major In Pre-school Education Pre School Ed 1 (Introduction to Pre-School Education) Presents an overview of the total pre-school education. Discusses the what, the who, the why and the how of the pre-school (Historical, Biological, Psychological and Legal Bases) Credit: 3 Units Pre-School Ed 2 (Characteristics of the Young Filipino) Provides students the knowledge of the characteristics of young Filipino Children in the different areas of ( Physical, Cognitive, Personal, Social and Moral) Credit: 3 Units Pre-School Ed 3 (Pre-school Curriculum) Focuses on the study and preparation of developmentally appropriate curricula for young children; presents different curricula model. Credit: .3 Units Pre-School Ed 4 (Creative Arts, Music and Drama for Young Children) Challenges, stimulates and develops creativity of the child; plans and prepares various activities of young children such as long-stories, story plays, rhythmic arts, songs and games. Credit: 3 Units Pre-School Ed 5 (Personal and Social Development (Play and Social Living Experiences) Credit: 3 Units Pre-School Ed 6 (Language and Numeracy for Young Children) Discusses and demonstrates the various strategies in helping young children acquire language skills and number concepts. Credit: 3 Units Pre- School Ed 7 (Science, Health and Nature Study) Discusses the strategies in guiding young children understand basic concepts in Science and Health and providing them experiences in nature study. Credit: 3 Units Pre-School Ed 8 (Preparation of Instructional Materials) Provides students hands-on experiences in preparing developmentally appropriate materials for young children. Credit: 3 Units Pre-School Ed 9 (Introduction to SPED) Discusses the historical, philosophical and legal bases of special education, the different categories of learners with special needs, and curricular programs appropriate for early intervention. Credit: 3 Units Pre-School Ed 10 (Observational Child Study) Develop students’ competencies in observing behavior and recording observations through actual use of different observation techniques. Credit: 3 Units Pre-School Ed 11 (Assessing Behaviors of Young Children) Discusses the what, the who, the why and how of assessing children; develops competence in using tests for young children. Credit: 3 Units. Pre-School Ed 12 (Classroom Management) Employs effective procedures in the classroom functioning such as routinary activities, handling materials, classroom rules, wholesome teacher-pupil and peer relationships. Credit: 3 Units Pre-School Ed 13 (Guidance and Counseling in Pre-School Education)
Familiarizes students on how to create an environment/ climate for young learners in school. Credit: 3 Units Pre-School Ed 14 (Organization and Management of Child Development Programs) Describes procedures in organizing pre-school programs and classes. Credit: 3 Units Pre-School Ed 15 ( Technology in Pre-School Education) Acquires competence in using technology in teaching young children. Credit:3 Units Pre-School Ed 16 (Home –School Relationship) Learns to work collaboratively with the parents for the young learner’s growth and development in the different areas. Credit: 3 Units Pre-School Ed 17 (Trends and Issues in Pre-School Education) Introduces trends and issues in pre-school education such as multiple intelligence, teaching multi-age, multicultural teaching, parental involvement, peer teaching, and emergent literacy. This serves as an update of what innovative trends and current issues are in vogue and how to integrate these findings in the classroom. This will help early childhood educators make their own research studies based on observation and supervision with children ages 4-6. Credit: 3 Units. Pre-School 18 (Directed Study in Pre-school Education) Provide the students with opportunities to understand basic concepts, principles and methods of research; conducts simple studies on learning and developmental of children, ages 0-6 years. Credit: 3 Units Methods and Techniques of Preschool Ed 19 This course is focused on Philippine Preschool: the Bases of understanding the Philippines Preschool and all its applications. This course includes the process of establishing preschools and its maintenance, learn its objectives, requirements and implementing guidelines which leads children to the foundation of a holistic approach to living and help them integrate their experiences positively. This course will emphasize important teaching procedures as well as varied prominent features and effective approaches in preschool. This includes the Personalized education as practiced in Saint Pedro Poveda College.