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National Hi-way, Sto. Niño, City of Biñan, Laguna
Courses Offered:
BEED-Bachelor of Elementary Education
BSE-Bachelor of Secondary Education

Dr. Remedios Dela Rosa
Dean, College of Education

PAFTE 9TH Annual Quiz Bee and Seminar for Pre-Service Teacher Coliseum

Date Posted: October 14, 2016

PAFTE IV-A  Regional Quiz bee and Seminar held at Batangas Coliseum , Batangas City on September 30, 2016 with the Theme: Integration of 21st Century Skills in Strategizing K to 12 Classroom Teaching. Resource Speaker: Dr. Milagros L. Borabo, PAFTE National Executive Director.

Congratulations to Quiz Bee Contestant Kristel Mae C. Capanayan, Judy Ann Y. Insorio and Jea Rose B. Montanez landed 3rd Place out of 67 participating schools.

1st place – DLSU Dasmarinas | 2nd Place – LPU – Cavite | 3rd Place – UPHSL

The contestants with Dr. Mercedez Macarandang – Regional Chairman PAFTE IV-A
; Dr. Elena A. Salinas Asst. Dean, College of Education and
Dr. Jose Romano O. Jalop Principal, Basic Education Department.

Congratulations March 2016 LET Board Passers.
Date Posted: September 23, 2016

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Congratulations to our new Perpetualite Teachers
Date Posted: January 12, 2015

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"New Possibilities, Bigger Opportunities"
Date Posted: Novermber 26, 2015

The College of Education had its re-orientation at the Performing Arts Theatre around 8 in the morning. The aforementioned re-orientation was spearheaded by the Educare Alpha Omicron; the leading student organization in the College of Education. Maureen Labrador , the chairman for this event with her co-chairman, Judy Ann Insorio.

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College of Education is going for Center of Excellence
Date Posted: Novermber 4, 2015

The Teacher Education Program of the University was visited for ocular evaluation in application for Center of Excellence by CHED Technical Panel Chaired by Dr. Purita Bilbao, with member Dr. Felicitas Pado and OPSD representative Ms. Lovette Jardiolin in October 20, 2015. The visit was a successful one. The College is helpful for its positive result.

COED Student on their Research Journey

Date Posted: Novermber 4, 2015

The Third year students enrolled is Research I under Dr. Pedrito Jose V. Bermudo did their proposal defense on October 10, 2015. There eighteen (18) groups who did the proposal simultaneously. All groups did well. Congratulations

COED Students Moment of Contemplation

Date Posted: Novermber 4, 2015

The first batch of students, composed of first year and partly second year held their recollection on October 27,28 at Sol Viento, Calamba City. The former schedule was October 18-19, 2015 but due to typhoon Landoit was rescheduled on the stated date. The Change of date worth it ensuring the safety of the students likewise enjoy the place and activities. All is well that ends well.

Brief History

The College of Education together with Nutrition and Dietetics started its operation in School year 1997-1998 and Bachelor of Library and Information Services started its operation on1995-1996. The college was blessed with its first dean in the name of the late Dr. Remedios L. Cristobal in 1977-1996. It was followed by the Dr. Arabella R. Caguia in 1997-2008 and in 2009, Dr Jose Romano O. Jalop started his office as the dean of the college up to the present with the existing population of 239 students.
There are three Education Programs in this department namely: Bachelor in Secondary Education (BSE), Bachelor in Elementary Education (BEED) and Bachelor of Library and Information Science (BLIS). Both Education Programs were given Government Recognition on November 12, 1985 and June 8, 1990 respectively and the rest is history. The Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities – Commission on Accreditation (PACU-COA) accredited the two Education Programs (BSE and BEED) as Level III Re-accredited Status.


The Education Program is a leading teacher education for globally competitive teaching professionals.


The Education Program shall produce graduates with pedagogical expertise imbued with human values.

Program Offerings

  • BEED-Bachelor of Elementary Education with major of specialization:           
    Special Education- w/ Sign Language
  • BSE-Bachelor of Secondary Education major in:
    Biological Science 
    Social Studies       
    Music, Art, Physical Education and Health (MAPEH)
  • BLIS- Bachelor in Library and Information Science
  • EMAP- Education Modular Approach Program (Earning Units)

The Revised Program Educational Objectives


Guided by the University Mission, the Perpetualite Educators are/can:

•  Demonstrate expertise in their own discipline in providing meaningful and relevant learning experiences.
•  Conduct basic and applied researches.
•  Participate in local, national, and international extension program.
•  Demonstrate proficiency in organizational communication for effective human relation.
•  Participate in continuing professional advancement.

THE Revised Program Educational Objectives


Guided by the University Mission, the Perpetualite Educators are/can:

•  Provide quality library services as professional librarians.

•  Conduct research for technological advancement of library and information science.

•  Participate in local, national, and international extension program.

•  Demonstrate proficiency in organizational communication for effective human relation.

•  Participate in continuing professional advancement.


Bachelor of Elementary Education with specialization as Generalist, Pre- School and Special Education Teachers (212 units)

The BEED program aims to develop students who can teach in their area of qualification across the different levels of Education. Generalist teacher can teach all subjects both primary and intermediate level. Pre –school teacher can teach Early Education enhanced with K-12 Program Education. Special Education teacher can teach in Special School with an active International Linkage of Exchange Program on which the teacher can teach Sign Language and Brail Education.

Bachelor of Secondary Education (209/212 units) caters high school program up to senior high school or grade 11 and grade 12 curricula. The secondary teachers can teach across the curriculum. It aims to develop students who are competitive, dedicated and committed in the field of teaching. It has six specialized
major courses and is envisioned to train future teachers who will play active roles in studying, researching and improving Secondary Education particularly English, Bio- Science, Mathematics, Filipino, Social Studies and MAPEH. 

Bachelor of Library Information Science (194 units) The BLIS program aims to graduate dynamic students who are experts in providing quality library services and can work effectively and contribute positively to their future organizations, clients and profession.

Education Modular Approach Program (EMAP) - (30 units) a modular program that aims to produce effective educators taking up professional subjects in Education. This program caters all graduates who are non- educators but willing and persevering to become one of the best teachers in the world. This program opens the gate of opportunities for professionals who are dreaming to become teachers and to be qualified for Licensure Examination for Teachers. It is one of a kind program in the entire region on which education will be taken for one semester with a total number of 30 units for professional subjects.

Program Outcomes

Bachelor of Secondary Education & Bachelor of Elementary Education


Upon completion of the program, graduates shall possess the following knowledge and abilities:

  • Have the basic higher level literacy, communication, numeracy, critical thinking, learning skills needed for higher learning;
  • Have deep and principled understanding of the learning processes and the role of the teacher in facilitating these processes in their students;
  • Have a deep and principled understanding of how educational processes relate to larger historical, social, cultural, and political processes;
  • Have a meaningful and comprehensive knowledge of the subject matter they will teach;
  • Can apply a wide range of teaching process skills (including curriculum development, lesson planning, materials development, educational assessment, and teaching approaches;
  • Have direct experience in the field/classroom (e.g. classroom observation, teaching professions);
  • Can demonstrate and practice the professional and ethical requirements of the teaching professions;
  • Can facilitate learning diverse type of learners, in diverse types of learning environments, using a wide range of teaching knowledge and skills;
  • Can reflect on the relationships among the teaching process skills, the learning processing in the students, the nature of the content/subject matter, and the broader social forces encumbering the school and educational processes in order to constantly improve their teaching knowledge skills and practices;
  • Can be creative and innovative in thinking of alternative teaching approaches, take informed risks in trying out these innovative approaches, and evaluate the effectiveness of such approaches in improving student learning; and
  • Are willing and capable to continue learning in order to better fulfill their mission as teachers.

Bachelor of Library and Information Science

  • Professional competencies, which relate to the knowledge of information sources, access, technology and management, and the ability to use the knowledge as a basis for providing the highest quality information services;
  • Personal competencies, which represent a set attitudes, skills and values that will enable students to work effectively and contribute positively to their future organizations, clients and professionals.

Admission Requirements





High School Card

Copy of Grades

Transcript of Record

Permit to Cross Enroll

Birth Certificate (NSO)

Certificate of GMC

4 pcs. ID Pictures (2x2


4 pcs. I.D. picture (2x2)

Birth Certificate (NSO)

6 pcs. Mailing stamps


6 pcs. Mailing Stamps

4 pcs. ID Pictures (2x2)



NCAE Result

6 pcs. Mailing stamps





Almazan, Merlita MA
Avalos, Adelaida G. PhD
Bautista, Susana C. EdD
Camangian, Rustico PhD
Carillo, Josefa PhD
Coloma, Primo B. MAT
Concepcion, Ma. Christina O. MAEd
De Castro, Dodie M. MAEd SPED
Dela Rosa, Remedios M. EdD
Diaz, Roberto D. PhD
Duyan, Victorio B. MAT
Jalop, Jose Romano O. PhD
Malabanan, Elizabeth D. PhD
Masalinto, Ma. Lindie D. PhD
Mercado, Alma PhD
Orozco, Michael MA
Purificacion, Jesus MAT- Filipino
Recibe, Edmil L. MAEd
Rocero, Alberto R. MAEd
Saide, Teresita E. MAEd-Filipino
Salinas, Elena A. EdD
Somido, Ferdinand C. PhD
Tanael, Danieca MAEd
Tanyag, Smile MAEd
Tiu, Leonor N. PhD



International Linkages/Exchange Programs:
Universiti of Pendidikan Sultan Idris- Malaysia
Yokohama National University- Japan


Faculty Research



Inclusion for hearing impaired:  What The Students And The Parents Say About?

Ferdinand C. Somido, PhD
Remina L. Tanyag, MA
Remedios M. dela Rosa, EdD

Five Year Implementation of EO # 210

Albert R. Rocero
Arvin Jay  Galman
Ma. Isabel  Naval

Cognitive Play Experience and Cognitive Development of the Kinder Pupils

Elena A. Salinas
Marnil Y. Rosaroso
Ma. Katrina B. Tubiano

School Library Program and Academic Performance

Ma. Lindie D.. Masalinto
Leonor N. Tiu
Jennifer  Laluna

IEP Curricular Domains Implemented for Autism

Josefa G.. Carillo
Dodie M. De Castro
Joy  C. Basco

Various Teaching Strategies: Basis for Oral Communication Competencies of Education Students

Antonio R. Yango
Rommel . Almeda
Garry C.. Bayran

English Language Teaching Approaches and Academic Achievement of the Students

Adelaida G. Avalos
Mel Ria Alonte
Lawrence Cobrador

Perceived Cognitive Effects of Cyber Teaching Among the Freshman College Students of AMA Computer Learning Center in SPL



Alma T. Jallorina
Czarminne P.. Forteza
Riza. Longcop
Ruby . Aguirre




Jo Anne . Paleracio
Czarina. Tan

Attitude and Level of Reading Comprehension of Grade Six Pupils

Adelaida G. Avalos
Danise Joy E.  Mercado
Joyce . Landicho

Teacher & Student Factors Related to English Proficiency of Second Language Learners

Adelaida G. Avalos
Lea  Villegas
Adam  De Guzman

Bank Street Child Learning Center: Inputs to Program Development

Elena A. Salinas

Running head:  School Library program and English Academic Performance

Mercado, Danise Joyce E.

The Academic Board Performance of BSE and BEED

Salinas, Elena A.
Recibe, Edmil L.
Avalos, Adelaida G.

National College Assessment Examination and Academic Performance

Jalop, Jose Romano O.
Avalos, Adelaida G.
Bautista, Susan

Kahinaan ng mga mag-aaral sa pagaaral  ng asignatura Filipino

Purificacion , Jesus M.

Information Technology in the LIbrary

Masalinto, Ma. Lindie
Tiu, Leonor


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