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College of Teacher Education (cte)

Executive Summary

The College of Teacher Education (CTE) has seven (7) Bachelor’s Degrees, six (6) Master’s Degrees and five (5) Doctoral Degrees. The seven bachelor’s degrees include Bachelor of Secondary Education, Elementary Education, Physical Education, Culture and Arts Education, Early Childhood Education, Technical-Vocational Teacher Education, and Technology Livelihood Education. The Masters programs are: Master of Education major in Educational Administration, Language, Reading and Numeracy and Science Education, Master of Arts in Teaching major in English and Filipino and Master of Arts in Education major in MAPEH while the doctoral program include, Doctor of Philosophy in Multilingual Education, Science Education and Doctor of Education major in Educational Management.

The college is becoming stronger in terms of student population registering the biggest student population among the colleges in the University. For the 1st semester of the School Year 2020-2021 the college has 1,321 number of enrolees for undergraduate programs and 207 for graduate programs with the total enrolment of 1,528. For the 2nd semester of the School Year 2020-2021 the college has 1,140 number of enrolees for undergraduate programs and 223 for graduate programs with the total enrolment of 1,363. For the 1st semester of the School Year 2021-2022 the college has 1,630 number of enrolees for undergraduate programs and 216 for graduate programs with the total enrolment of 1,846.

In terms faculty development, all faculty members were given a chance to attend seminars, trainings, workshops and research for on Official Business. Scholarships are also given to faculty members who plan to pursue their master’s and doctoral degrees on Official Time. During Charter Anniversary, awards and incentives are also given to faculty members who have shown exceptional performance in academic and non-academic activities in national and international levels.

The College is recognized by CHED as DHEI for specialized Graduate Programs, four (4) scholars for PhD Science Education and (6) Masters of Arts in Education (MAPEH)/Master of Education (General Science).

100% of the 7 undergraduate programs were content noted by CHED and 4 of the programs were issued Certificate of Program Compliance or COPC. On the other hand, all the Graduate Programs were content noted by CHED Region 02, evaluated by Regional Quality Assurance Team or RQUAT Region 02, and revised by a team from the CHED Central Office. Upon compliance of the team’s recommendation, the COPC will be issued. The graduate program of the college is well supported by a poll of high calibered professors from the different colleges of the university, and 3 brilliant visiting professors.

This college has been continuously spreading the good news as regards career development of students and teachers and supporting Its clientele through giving opportunities for every individual to be exposed not only in academics but also in other activities locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. It will always be a sturdy leg of NVSU’s mission, vision and goals.

Brief History and Background

The College of Teacher Education (CTE) became a separate college in 1979 when the Nueva Vizcaya State University was still Nueva Vizcaya State Institute of Technology (NVSIT). Prior to its operation as a separate college, the Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Education (BSAEd) was offered in 1973 that gave forth to the first graduates in 1977; and, the Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Extension (BSAExt) and Bachelor of Science in Industrial Education (BSIE) were offered in 1976. In 1985, the college commenced the Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education (BSEEd) which gave way to its new nomenclature, Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEEd) in 1994. With education in demand, the CTE offered Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd) in 1999; Bachelor of Physical Education (BPE) in 2013; and Bachelor of Technical Teacher Education (BTTE) in 2015. Since its operation, CTE has been producing graduates who have shown exemplary performance in the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) with several students find top spots in the roster of regional performing examinees.

With the good performance in pre-service education and with its aspiration to enrich teaching skills of teachers the CTE absorbed from the former Graduate School six (6) graduate programs that were verticalized in 2014. The programs were as follows: Doctor of Philosophy in Science Education (Ph.D. Sci. Ed) specializing in General Science, Biological Science and Physical Science; Doctor of Philosophy in Multilingual Education (Ph. D-MLE); Doctor of Education in Educational Management (Ed. D. EM); Master of Arts in Education (MAED); Master of Education (MEd); and Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT).

The college is recognized by CHED as Delivering Higher Education Institution (DHEI) in the country for CHED and DOST scholarships. Currently, the college is maintaining six (6) departments: The Graduate School Program, Elementary Education/Early Childhood Education, Secondary Education, Technical-Vocational Teacher Education, Physical Education/Culture and Arts Education, and Technology & Livelihood Education with a total enrollment ranging from 1,100 to 1,400 per semester. With the collaboration of 48 committed core faculty members, 2 Emergency Instructors, 20 affiliate faculty from other colleges of the university and 5 visiting professors from UP Baguio. The College of Teacher Education remains true to its oath of making learning a rewarding experience and preparing students to become active leaders, excellent scholars, and valuable professionals. It is worthy to note that the College has produced six accredited full-fledged professors and an Inventor. Moreover, six graduate programs were once again undergo its Accreditation Survey Visit with its partner agency, Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges & Universities in the Philippines (AACCUP) through a virtual accreditation from Aug. 30-Sept. 3, 2021. During this Accreditation activity, schedules of online interviews commenced right after the creation of the group chats in each graduate program of the college. The five-day accreditation visit followed activities just like physical accreditation, such as documents review and validation, classroom observation, interviews with key officials, stakeholder's conference and campus tour but this time, these will be done virtually in different platforms such as Zoom and Google Meet. The sharing of the over-all impressions was done during the Closing Program that was held on Sept. 3, 2021 at NVSU Mini-Library, Bayombong Campus.

All of the undergraduate programs were issued Certificate of Program Compliance (COPC) by CHED Region 02. In 2018, the BEED program was rank 14th out 1457 as performing TEIs in the country by a national poll survey.

The college is housed in two two-storey buildings equipped with smart boards, televisions, laboratory rooms and shops such as woodworking, electronic, drafting, automotive, welding and fabrication and home economics. It also maintains two centers: the CHED accredited LET Review Center and the Dr. Salvador Blanza Fitness Center.

Vision

A leading university in education, innovation, and sustainable development

Mission

We engage. We innovate. We empower.
We transform education by adhering to global standards, and fostering research and innovation for sustainable development.

Goals

To adapt and address itself as a functional learning center for innovative programs as a model institution and enabling its graduates to be empowered and globally competitive through the provision of undergraduate & graduate education which meet international standards of quality & excellence

Objectives
  1. Deliver responsive learning that will enable students to be globally competitive in the practice of their profession or occupation.

  2. Intensify research work among faculty and students.

  3. Conduct extension/community services in order to help clientele in their socioeconomic well-being.

  4. Conduct income-generating projects/microprojects to serve as practicum/models for entrepreneurship.

  5. Practice professional and ethical teaching standards sensitive to the needs of the society.

  6. Engage in lifelong learning for personal and professional growth through varied experiential and field-based opportunities.

Undergraduate Programs
  1. Bachelor of Physical Education

  2. Bachelor of Culture and Arts Education

  3. Bachelor of Elementary Education

  4. Bachelor of Early Childhood Education

  5. Bachelor of Early Childhood Education

    Majors:

    • English

    • Filipino

    • Mathematics

    • Science

    • Social Studies

  6. Bachelor of Technical Vocational Teacher Education

    Majors:

    • Automotive Technology

    • Civil Technology

    • Drafting Technology

    • Electronics Technology

    • Electrical Technology

    • Food Service Management

    • Furniture and Cabinet

    • Welding Technology

  7. Bachelor of Technology and Livelihood Education

    Majors:

    • Industrial Arts

    • Home Economics

    • Agri-Fishery Arts

    • Information and Communication Technology

Graduate Programs
  1. Doctor of Education

    Majors:

    • Educational Management

  2. Doctor of Philosophy in Multi-Lingual Education

  3. Doctor of Philosophy in Science Education

    Majors:

    • General Science

    • Biological Science

    • Physical Science

  4. Master of Arts in Teaching

    Majors:

    • English

    • Filipino

  5. Master of Arts in Education

    Majors:

    • Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health (MAPEH)

  6. Master of Education

    Majors:

    • Educational Administration

    • Language, Reading and Numeracy

  7. Master of Science Education

    Majors:

    • General Science

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College Officials
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William D. Magday Assistant Professor III

College Dean

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Demetria A. Corpuz Professor V

Department Chair, Elementary Education and Early Childhood Education

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Gail G. Gumilet Assistant Professor III

Department Chair, Secondary Education

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Cherry Ann P. Navalta Assistant Professor I

Department Chair, Physical Education and Culture and the Arts Education

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Juanita B. Pascua Professor VI

Department Chair, Technology and Livelihood Education

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Jeronimo L. De Jesus Instructor I

OIC Chair, Technical-Vocational and Technical Education

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Bonimar T. Afalla Professor III

Campus Coordinator-Graduate School

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Jaya Yvonne Lazam Administrative Aide III

College Secretary

Elementary and Early Childhood Education Department
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Bonimar T. Afalla Professor III

Campus Coordinator-Graduate School

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Demetria A. Corpuz Professor V

Department Chair, Elementary Education and Early Childhood Education

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Bryan B. Gabatino Assistant Professor II

College Coordinator, Scholarships

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Jennifer C. Gacusan Instructor I

College Coordinator, Training

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Michael Francis C. Garma Instructor I

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Krizzle May U. Laguit Instructor I

College Coordinator, Alumni Relations and Job Placement

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Roman Angelo C. Magno Instructor I

College Coordinator, Instruction and Curriculum Development

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Marcielyne R. Pelaez Instructor I

College Coordinator, Management Information System

Secondary Education Department
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Joel T. Abon Instructor II

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Alma Bella G. Cablinan Instructor II

College Publication (The Smith) Adviser

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Lhea T. Castro Instructor I

College Coordinator, Guidance Services

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Sanny J. Dangis Professor V

College Dean

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Mary B. Dela Cruz Assistant Professor III

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Jenny Grace E. Gamurot Instructor I

College Coordinator, Records Management

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Gail G. Gumilet Assistant Professor III

Department Chair, Secondary Education

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Orville D. Hombrebueno Instructor I

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William D. Magday Assistant Professor III

Director, Expanded Tertiary Education, Equivalency and Accreditation Program College Coordinator, Research and Publication

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Danny V. Manuel Associate Professor III

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Jerwin F. Memita Instructor I

Head, Student Welfare and Program Services College Coordinator, Cultural and Recreational Affairs

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Jane D. Navalta Professor VI

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Dongpan Crusaldo P. Oligario Assistant Professor III

NSTP Campus Coordinator Student Organization and Activities Unit Head College Coordinator, Student Affairs Services

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Jubert B. Oligo Instructor I

Head, University Solid Waste Management

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Jonathan P. Pasion Assistant Professor III

Director, Instruction and Curriculum Development

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Perlita A. Recile Associate Professor V

College Coordinator, NBC 461 (CCE)

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Mary Jane C. Time Instructor I

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Elson Boie B. Tumaneng Instructor I

College L.E.T. Review Coordinator

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Rosalie R. Valdez Assistant Professor II

Coordinator, Instruction and Curriculum Development ( Secondary Department)

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Jesus T. Velasco Assistant Professor II

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Emerita E. Vidad Assistant Professor II

College Coordinator, NBC 461 (QCE)

Culture, Arts and Physical Education Department
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Joseph B. Bubod Assistant Professor III

College Coordinator, Extension and Community Service

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Marie Jane A. Cacacho Associate Professor IV

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Marielo D.G. Cadiz Assistant Professor I

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Benjie T. Calaramo Instructor II

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Ma. Lourdes G. Doctor Assistant Professor III

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Cherry Ann P. Navalta Assistant Professor I

Department Chair, Physical Education and Culture and the Arts Education

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Dario P. Santos

College Coordinator, Sports and Development

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Chardin Joseph L. Saquing Instructor I

Technical-vocational Teacher Education Department
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Leonilo A. Acosta Associate Professor II

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Rodel M. Cudia Instructor I

Coordinator, University Sports & Development

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Jeronimo L. De Jesus Instructor I

OIC Chair, Technical-Vocational and Technical Education

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Judy M. Directo Associate Professor IV

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Gremaline F. Palma Instructor I

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Elvie O. Tomas Instructor I

Technology and Livelihood Education Department
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Elizabeth P. Corpuz Associate Professor II

College Coordinator, National Certification (NC, TESDA)

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Regino L. Galate Associate Professor IV

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Mary Grace C. Oligario Instructor I

College Coordinator, Enterprise Development

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Juanita B. Pascua Professor VI

Department Chair, Technology and Livelihood Education - Coordinator , Accreditation and Quality Assurance