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Republic of the Philippines

CEBU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY


GRADUATE SCHOOL
CEBU CITY CAMPUS
Corner M.J. Cuenco Ave. & R. Palma St., Cebu City INS Form 1B
website: http://www.ctu.ph email: information@ctu.ph June 2012
Telephone No. (032) 412-1400 Fax No. (032) 416-6706 Revision: 0

HARNESSING TECHNOLOGICAL THEORIES AND SKILLS FOREMPOWERMENT since 1969

COURSE SYLLABUS
in
Educ 616
(PHILIPPINE VALUES SYSTEM)
First Semester A. Y. 2019-2020

Department/Area : Graduate School


Curriculum : MAEd., MAVED, MEd., MTE, MPA
Curriculum Year : 2019-2020
No. of Hours/Sem. : 54 hours
Credit Units : 3 units
Prerequisite(s) : None

Vision of the University:

A premier, multidisciplinary-technological university.

Mission of the University:

The University shall primarily provide advanced professional and technical instruction for
special purposes, advanced studies in industrial trade, agriculture, fishery, forestry aeronautics
and land-based programs, arts and science, health science, information technology and other
relevant fields of study. It shall also undertake research and extension services, and provided
progressive leadership in its areas of specialization.

Goals of the College:

Produce knowledge-based and globally competent human resource who are reasonably flexible and
attuned to the latest technology needs; strengthen academe and industry partnership; and spur effective and
efficient technology management.

Mission of the Graduate School:

The Graduate School develops technology and values oriented executive leaders in education, agri-
industrial and related sectors through research and community services towards shared productivity in their chosen
fields.

Vision of the Graduate School:

Center of Excellence in Technology Management, Education, Research and Extension .

Aims of Graduate School:

1. Complementation and continuity of the undergraduate programs.


2. Provision of the need of the oriented educational leaders/technologist who are and would be occupying
managerial positions in technical, industrial, educational and related sectors.
3. Contribution to the attainment of regional and nationals goals through the promotion of educational
and applied researches towards quality life.
4. Acceleration of high-level professionalism and productivity.

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Aim of MAEd:

Equip educational leaders with skills in management and development of instruction, planning, research,
and community development.

Description of the Course:

The course facilities interactive discussion for values clarification and integration towards
redirection of one’s values for productivity and effectiveness in the organization.

General Objectives:

1. Understands the mission and vision of the CTU and the Graduate School.
2. Know the different value systems in the Philippines.
3. Identify the values that must be cherished, prize and owned.

Course Content:

TOPICS SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES STRATEGIES NO. OF REMARKS


TO BE DISCUSSED ACTIVITIES HOURS EVALUATION
NOTES

1. Mission, Vision and Goals 1. Discuss the Lecture/Discussion Class


1.1. CTU System relationship of the 3 Attendance
1.2. Main Campus course to the
1.3. Graduate School fulfillment of the
mission and vision
of the CTU and
the Graduate
School;
2. The Nature of Human Nature 2. Define and explain Group Research and 9 Submission
2.1. Journeying Back to Self the Nature of Human Reporting of Papers
2.2. Different Psychological Models Nature Group Discussion and
Interaction Assignments

3. Understanding Human Behavior 3. Identify and


Understand the Group Research and 9 Examination
3.1. Heredity and Environment Human Behavior Reporting s
3.2. Filipino Beliefs, Convictions and Group Discussion and (Mid-term
Attitudes Interaction Assignments and Final)
3.3. Filipino Principles and Norms
3.4. The Filipino Aims, Goals and
Aspirations

4. Steps in the Valuing Process 4.Explain the Notion Group Research and
4.1. The Valuing Process of Values Reporting
4.2. Value Indicators Group Discussion and
4.3. The Role of the Teacher in the Interaction Assignments
Valuing Process
4.4. The Responsibility of Parents in
the Valuing Process
Group Research and
5. Different Kinds of Values 5. Define and explain Reporting
5.1. The Essence of Value the meaning of values Group Discussion and
5.2. Primary and Secondary Values Interaction Assignments 12
5.3. Moral and Ethical Values
5.4. Religious Values
5.5. Cultural Values
5.6. Social Values
5.7. Education in human Values
5.8. Intrinsic and Instrumental Values
Group Research and 21
6. Different value system of the Filipinos 6. Identify the Reporting Group
6.1. The Philippine Value System different value system Discussion and Interact
6.2. Filipino Beliefs, Conviction and of the Filipinos;
Attitudes
6.3. Filipino Principles and norms
6.4 The Filipino Aims, Goals and
Aspirations
Group Research and
7. Steps in the Valuing process 7. Give the steps in Reporting Group
7.1 The Valuing Process the valuing process; Discussion and
7.2 Value Indicators Interaction Assignments
7.3 The Role of the Teacher in the
Valuing Process.

8. Different kinds of values 8. Enumerate the


8.1 The Essence of Value different kinds of
8.2 Primary and Secondary Values values
8.3 Moral or Ethical Values
8.4 Religious Values
8.5 Cultural Values
8.6 Social Values
8.7 Education in Human Values
8.8 Intrinsic and Instrumental Values

Evaluation Procedures:
Class Attendance
Submission of Papers
Examinations

References:

Andres, Tomas D., Understanding Filipino Values. New Day Publishers, Quezon City,
1981.

Andres, Tomas D., Management by Filipino Values. New Day Publishers, Quezon
City, 1980.

Gorospe, Vitaliano, Christian Renewal of Filipino Values. Quezon City: Ateneo de


Manila, University Press, Metro Manila.

Lizano, Lolita R. Education in Human Values. News Magazine, 1998.

Ramirez, Mina: The Filipino Family, Philippine Institution and the Value
Systems.

Senden, Francis, Positive Aspects of Philippine Values.


PREPARED BY:

Graduate School Faculty


Professor

Upon the Recommendation of the Curriculum Committee:

EDWIN A. PILAPIL, Ed. D. ADORA A. VILLAGANAS, Ph. D.


Member Member

REBECCA DC. MANALASTAS, Ph. D.


Dean, Graduate School
Chairman