Lourdes College Teacher Education Program proudly announces her new Licensed Teachers in both Elementary and Secondary Education. Batch 2014 of Bachelor in Elementary Education (BEED) has a passing rate of 84.21% higher than the national mean of 35.74%. On the other hand, Batch 2014 of Bachelor in Secondary Education (BSED) garnered a 93.33% passing rate also higher than the national mean of 34.40%.
The successful examinees of the Elementary Education are: Lyza Marie Aileen C. Amper, Oshen B. Aranzo, Roxanne C. Bangcas, Christian Rey A. Borres, Rubylyn M. Cabasa, , Amalia Josefa D. Diaz, Raymund A. Dumas, Jenelyn L. Fernandez, Aireen Rose B. Fumar, Garry P. Macalos, Hidelyn S. Manuat, Fria Charlane A. Moneva, Jeraldine S. Orabao, Sheryl S. Ramos, Krisztyl Joy E. Tagapulot, and Jamaica G. Valderrama.
BSED Batch 2014 got a 100% in the following fields of specialization: English, Social Studies, and Values Education. The successful passers are: Values Education – Clent Daryl C. Balaba, Krystyn Joy C. Balat, Elregine D. Navarro, John Gabriel E. Pagaran, Kokie Z. Tayanes, Nieva G. Tinoy; Social Studies – Jon Mark P. Senas; Filipino – Khaye Grace S. Neri; and, English – Daisy Jane M. De Arca, Maricel V. Enomlay, Emegrace B. Filipino, Lorene B. Lopez, Ma. Nieva S. Sumayo, and Xelmarc Cesanne Dawn B. Sumaoy.
The Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) was taken by these successful passers last August 17, 2014 in Cagayan de Oro City and was conducted by the Professional Regulations Commission (PRC).
The Teacher Education Program of Lourdes College is committed to the preparation of high quality teachers for early-childhood, primary and secondary settings. It prepares graduates to recognize classrooms as a body of students with diverse learning needs. This inclusive ethos is fostered by core subjects in both programs that position the learner in the center of the teaching/learning experience. As a result, the students graduate as teachers with expert knowledge on how children learn.
Through the practicum program students acquire confidence to teach across all stages in which they have qualified.
As early as first year, students are given opportunities to be aware of the realities of teaching through field studies and observation of school situations aligned with the foundation courses they are taking.
“Other than the review afforded by Lourdes College, personal review coupled with prayer too was necessary. Passing the exam made me more challenge to face the teaching profession.” exclaimed by Clent Daryl Balaba, one of the Board Passers.