Teaching Home Economics

DIPLOMA/MASTER OF ARTS IN TEACHING HOME ECONOMICS

Approved: BOR. No. 2000 – 36

Course Code

Descriptive Title

Pre-requisites/ Co-requisites

Lec

Lab

Units

CORE/FOUNDATION SUBJECTS (12 units)
EDF 200 History and Philosophy of Education

None

3

3

EDF 201 Foundations of Education (Socio-Anthro-Psycho)

None

3

3

EDF 202 Methods of Research

None

3

3

EDF 203 Statistics in Education

None

3

3

MAJOR SUBJECTS (15 units)
HE 261 Organization & Management of Home Economics

None

3

3

HE 262 Contents Methods & Evaluation in Teaching HE

None

3

3

HE 263 Curriculum Planning & Construction of Instructional Mat.

None

3

3

HE 264 Practicum for HE Teachers

None

3

3

HE 265 Seminar on Problems in HE Administration & Supervision

None

3

3

ELECTIVE/COGNATE SUBJECTS (9 units)
HE 266 Nutrition Education

None

3

3

HE 267 Non-Formal Education

None

3

3

HE 268 Entrepreneurship & Feasibility Studies/Project Proposal

None

3

3

HE 269 Trends & Innovations in Fashion Design

None

3

3

HE 270 Culinary Arts: Regional/International/Creative

None

3

3

HE 271 Seminar on Family and Child Development

None

3

3

HE 272 Craft Industries

None

3

3

Institutional Requirements (4 units)
EDMT 227* Basic Information Technology & Management System

None

3

3

GS 299* Thesis Graduate Seminar

All Academic Subjects

1

1

 

 

 

 

 

Minor Subjects (Optional) (9 units)

For those who do not want to follow the straight curriculum and opt to minor in allied/career-related program, they should enroll 9 units from the major subjects of the said program subject to the approval of the college (Graduate Program Committee).

 

Cluster A: Educational Management/Development Administration/

Human Resource Development & Planning

Cluster B: Science/Mathematics Education/Biology

Cluster C: Guidance and Counseling/Special Education

Cluster D: Physical Education/Teaching Music

TW 300Thesis Writing

COURSE DESCRIPTION

 

Core/Foundation Subjects – 12 units

 

EDF 200 – History and Philosophy of Education. This course covers a thorough analysis and survey on the various philosophical orientations as they are related to the theory of knowledge.

 

EDF 201 – Foundations of Education.  This course covers sociological, psychological, and anthropological aspects of the educational system, stressing the educational structure, the teaching-learning processes, human behavior and development, individual differences and the dynamics of learning, motivating, and measurement and evaluation.

 

EDF 202- Methods of Research. This course focuses on research processes and methodology which includes research conceptualization/planning, problem and hypothesis formulation, research design, data analysis, presentation, writing and reporting.  It also includes model and theory testing and building.

 

EDF 203- Statistics in Education. This lecture-practicum course deals with statistical methods and principles as they apply to education, psychology, sciences agriculture, business, and others. It covers descriptive and inferential statistics needed to interpret data and solve research problems. It deals with the principles, theories, and processes of selection and use of statistics and statistical test for summarizing, analyzing, and interpreting research data.

 

Major Subjects  – 15 units

 

HE 261 – Organizational and Management of Home Economics. The course provides functional and practical assistance in administration and supervision of the Home Economics activities in the education levels of learning. It includes the organization and operation of a multiple activity program, the planning for instruction and needed facilities. This course further includes various topics like supervision of pupils. Home Economics teachers’ management of Home Economics facilities, and other related topics.

 

HE 262 – Contents, Methods and Evaluation in Teaching Home Economics.  This course deals with the study of the aims, contents, methods and materials, and evaluation in teaching Home Economics. It provides a deeper understanding of the philosophies of Home Economics discipline, the various mental processes and the basic principles that direct the student in the planning and evaluation of the four areas of Home Economics, the various methods and techniques, and the preparation of instructional devices.

 

HE 263 – Curriculum Planning and Instructional Materials Development.  This course covers theories, principles, and essentials of curriculum planning, designing and construction of instructional materials, and actual process of implementation.

 

HE 264 – Practicum for Home Economics Teachers. This course is an application to the theories, concepts, and principles of learning and teaching of Home Economics. It includes the acquisition of advanced knowledge and broader skills in managing and teaching Home Economics. It also involves a thorough understanding on the factors that contribute to an effective teaching -learning process.

 

HE 265- Seminar on Problems in Home Economics Administration and Supervision. The course deals with problems and issues – both personal and socio-cultural in nature, and those that are possible to exist yet preventable. It also includes various interventions, possible solutions, and management of the problems encountered in the system.

 

Elective/Cognate Subjects – 9 units

 

HE 266 – Nutrition Education. This course involves the framework of nutrition education, factors influencing eating behavior, nutritional needs of the body, problems of nutrition, and development of the quality of diet.

 

HE 267 – Non-Formal Education. This course starts with the nature of non-formal education (NFE). It looks on the design, organization, and management of principles, theories and practices of NFE. Planning, staffing, and financing of these projects, programs, and activities are also stressed. Practicum on occupational skills, literacy and numeric skills and cultural development for a meaningful, social, and civic participation is provided to expose the graduate student with actual situations as regards the organization and management of NFE programs projects. It further covers the study and preparation of instructional materials for use in NFE classes and/or preparation of relevant devices needed by the teacher.

 

HE 268 – Entrepreneurship and Feasibility Studies/Project Proposal. The course deals with the organization, operation, and management of small business enterprises. It discusses current practices, problems encountered in planning, control, legal requirements, personnel physical facilities, financial, and records management.  It also involves the fundamentals of preparing and writing feasibility projects.

 

HE 269 – Trends and Innovations in Fashion Design. The course covers the development of the fashion industry, preferences in fashion, fundamental concepts of consumer demand, and fashion change.

 

HE 270 – Culinary Arts: Regional/International/Creative. This course deals with the selection, preparation, and service of typical dishes in different regions of the Philippines with emphasis on indigenous materials as well as foreign and international recipes.

 

HE 271 – Seminar on Family and Child Development. The course covers a comprehensive study on marriage, family and children’s behavior, thoughts, perceptions, and abilities. It also involves the development of the child from a cumulative perspective identifying factors affecting his life from infancy and childhood until his maturity.

HE 272 – Craft Industries. This course deals with product designs and researches with emphasis on raw materials processes in the different crafts in home industries. The course includes planning, selection and designing, and making of model projects to serve as a vehicle transmission.

 

 

INSTITUTIONAL REQUIREMENTS

 

EDMT 237 – Basic Information Technology and Management System.  This course deals with the fundamental concepts of computer and the utilization of computer system and software to produce quality reports, information sheets, slides and presentations. It includes topics on trends in information technology, operating systems, and word processing using MS Word, electronic spreadsheet using MS Excel, and electronic presentation using MS PowerPoint.

 

 

GS 299 – Graduate Seminar.  This is a preparatory course in the conceptualization, development, and writing of thesis following standards in research in terms of design, format, language, and style.  It includes oral presentation and discussion of current researches in the discipline.   

 

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