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High School Curriculum / Subject List

Subject

Description

Minutes

First Year

Filipino 1

Wika, Ibong Adarna

40

Araling Panlipunan 1

Kasaysayan ng Pilipinas at Pamahalaan

40

Religion/Values Education 1

40

Technology & Home Economics 1

Home Economics & General Shop

80

Science & Technology 1

Physical & Biological Science

80

Mathematics 1

Introduction to Algebra, Geometry, Statistics &


Business Math

60

PEHM 1

PE, Health & Music

40

English 1

Grammar & Composition, Phil. Literature

80

Homeroom
.

460
Total

Second Year

Filipino 2

Wika, Florante at Laura

40

Araling Panlipunan 2

Kasaysayan ng Asya

40

Religion/Values Education 2

40

Technology & Home Economics 2

Home Economics & General Shop

80

Science & Technology 2

Biology & Technology

80

Mathematics 2

Elementary Algebra, Geometry & Statistics

60

PEHM 2

PE, Health & Music

40

English 2

Grammar & Composition, Afro-Asian Literature

80

Homeroom
460

Total
Third Year
Filipino 3

Wika, Noli Me Tangere

40

Araling Panlipunan 3

Economics

40

Religion/Values Education 3

40

Technology & Home Economics 3

Digital Electronics, Computer Software /


Application & Practical Electriity

80

Science & Technology 3

Chemistry & Technology

80

Mathematics 3

Advance Algebra, Geometry & Statistics

60

PEHM 3

PE, Health & Music

40

English 3

Grammar & Composition, American

80

Homeroom
Elective - Trigonometry

460

Total
Fourth Year
Filipino 4

Wika, EL Filibusterismo

40

Araling Panlipunan 4

World Historty

40

Religion/Values Education 4

40

Technology & Home Economics 4

Basic Programming & Computer Accounting

80

Science & Technology 4

Physics

80

Mathematics 4

Advance Algebra, Trigo & Statistics

60

Mathematics 4

Analytic Geometry & Intro to Calculus

40

PEHM 4 / CAT

PE, Health & Music

40

English 4

Grammar & Composition, American

60

Homeroom
.

480
Total

ENGLISH OFFERINGS
English 1 - Grammar & Composition, Phil. Literature
This course is the first of a four-series program designed to develop and enhance the communication ability in
English of high school students. This covers the basics of English, the parts of speech and their effective use in
sentences towards fluency, appropriacy, acceptability and accuracy of both oral and written communication.
English 2 - Grammar & Composition, Afro-Asian Literature
This comes in four units: Unit One, on preparing to learn; Unit Two, on towards fluency; Unit Three on towards
appropriacy and acceptability; and Unit Four, on towards accuracy. Preparing to learn is a unit anchored on the
theme of valuing our past through readings giving values of the past and on self-conditioning lessons focused or
commitment of oneself to learning through habitual studying, listening, and reading and making use of the radio,
television and movies in learning. Added is a review of past lessons on sentence recognition, subject, predicate,
basic patterns and meaning; agreement of subject and verb, verb forms and tenses , and parts of speech.Towards
fluency is a unit anchored on the theme of coping with the present through readings giving insights on possible
problems in life and on pronunciation, spelling and vocabulary lessons.
Towards appropriacy and acceptability is a unit anchored on the spirit of brotherhood and peace carried out
through readings, reflective of the said spirit and through exercises on intonation, denotation, connotation, in letter
writing, introducing and interviewing people, and telephone conversation.Towards accuracy is a unit that works
on instilling in the students consciousness to work for a better future through readings that give lessons on
speaking and writing effective phrases, clauses, sentences and paragraphs.
English 3 - Grammar & Composition, Afro-Asian Literature
This presents lessons preparatory to the students learning tasks like those on learning and acquiring fluency,
appropriacy, acceptability and accuracy in English communication. The preparatory lessons are a number of essays
motivating the students to realize the meaning and importance of studying and coping with crises in life. Also
included are preparatory lessons on appreciating and understanding poems, short stories and dramas for its literal
and symbolic meanings that can be of good lessons in life.
The lessons on the learning and acquiring of fluency are centered on poetry, covering oral reading of, reporting on,
and discussing selected poems and stories. Learning and acquiring of accuracy are about sentence expansion,
transformation, reporting and writing.

English 4 - World Literature, Grammar & Speech


1. Preparing to Learn prepares the student for his study tasks by giving lessons on the use of punctuations, on the
mechanics of writing, on outlining, and on preparing a research paper.
2. Towards appropriacy and acceptability is geared towards oral and written argumentation.
3. Towards Accuracy gives lessons on effective expository writing.
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY OFFERINGS
Science and Technology 1 - General Science
Science and Technology I (General Science) studies the principles of Chemistry, Physics and Biological as well as
the Earth Sciences. It serves to provide all freshman students with a beginning knowledge of the physical and
biological sciences and to offer some insights on how scientific knowledge is acquired. The course starts with an
introduction of the scientific method followed by a discussion and manipulation of simple laboratory apparatuses
and its operations. The chemical aspects of matter is discussed lengthily which makes an ideal starting point for
the study of Science. An introduction to Physics is discussed in the succeeding topics with special emphasis on the
concept of motion, force, energy and work. A basic knowledge of the relationship of man with his physical
environment is discussed in the last units.
The learning units and activities presented allow students to understand what Science is through actual
experiments and other related experiences, thus developing a respect for teamwork and the dignity of manual
work. Highlighted in the course are the technological applications of science at home and in the community. The
value formation is acquired through the integration of values in the Science lessons as well as through the use of
modules.
Science and Technology 2 - Biology
The course is designed to develop in each student an interest in biological science by learning about living
organisms and how they can apply this knowledge to common life situations. The course also describes
technological developments, exposing students to new and exciting discoveries that have made ways of doing
things better and more efficient. The content is updated and focuses on biological issues like environmental
science, genetics and technological innovations. It also deals with impact of biotechnology in the students lives.
Science and Technology 3 - Chemistry
This is a two unit subject that makes use of the descriptive and experiential approach of instruction through
lectures-discussion, research, projects, experimentation, trips. The course offers opportunities for students to
develop skills in qualifying and quantifying data, performing and designing simple experiments and explaining
scientific concepts. More important, students develop analytical and critical thinking in everyday life.
The Chemistry subject includes, kinetic-molecular theory and the three states of matter; atomic structure and the
periodic table; chemical formulas and equations; the nature of chemical reactions including acid-base reactions,
oxidation-reduction reactions and ionic reactions; energy changes accompanying chemical reactions, chemical
equilibria and reaction rates; solution phenomena; electro-chemistry, nuclear chemistry and radioactivity; physical
and chemical properties of more familiar metals, transition elements and non-metals and of their more familiar
compounds; and, carbon and its compounds.
Science and Technology 4 - Physics
Since Physics is the science of energy, the course covers the different forms of energy; Mechanical Energy under
Mechanics, Heat or Thermal Energy, Light Energy and Sound, Electrical Energy and Nuclear Energy.
MATHEMATICS OFFERINGS
Mathematics I - Algebra, Geometry and Consumer Math
Mathematics II - Algebra, Geometry and Statistics
Mathematics III - Advance Algebra, Geometry and Statistics

Mathematics IV - Advance Algebra, Statistics and Trigonometry


Math Elective - Analytic Geometry & Introduction to Calculus
The school prepares the students for engineering, computer and technical courses hence the department offers
math subjects for one hour daily. Our math subjects expose the students to three different skills: the conceptual
skill, computation, and application skills. They are provided with varied problem solving activities to develop
their analytical and critical thinking. Enrichment lessons are also provided especially in higher Math subjects. The
degree of difficulty of the lesson varies as one goes from one level to another.
TECHNOLOGY AND HOME ECONOMICS OFFERINGS
Technology and Home Economics 1 - Home Economics and General Shop
The primary aim of this course is to equip the students with basic knowledge and skills, proper attitudes, and
values towards work. Thus, the aim of this course is not to train the students for immediate employment but
prepare him for work thus much effort is place on the practical aspects such as making projects emphasizing ways
to economize on materials, time, and effort.
Technology and Home Economics is intended to provide classroom and laboratory experiences that will enable the
students to gain understanding of and acquire competencies in various economic activities as they relate to Home
Economics, Agricultural Arts, and Industrial Arts. Home Economics covers Food Planning and Preparation and
Baking Level I. Agricultural Arts deals with Backyard Gardening while Industrial Arts includes Basic Electricity
and Drafting.
Technology and Home Economics 2 - Home Economics and General Shop
Home Economics covers food and nutrition and culinary arts. Agricultural Arts deals with animal production.
Industrial Arts includes woodworking electronics and metal works.
Technology and Home Economics 3 - Digital Electronics, Computer Software Application & Practical Electricity
This course includes an overview of the computer information systems. It introduces the background of the
computer hardware, software procedures and systems, human resources and their application in various segments
of the community. Furthermore, digital electronics is being integrated which includes basic logic gates,
combination of these gates, counter and the actual making of projects. The MS-Windows 95 software will be used
to facilitate the learning process and to develop the knowledge and skills in creating various features and
characteristics in word processing and the integration of graphics to it. Likewise, the digital electronics is discussed
and applied to emphasize the significance between software and hardware system.
Technology and Home Economics 4 - Basic Programming & Computer Accounting
Bookkeeping/Accounting is a tool which can enable the user to record, classify, summarize and interpret money
matters specifically in the field of business. In line with the advancement of technology, it is best to equip the
students with the knowledge of bookkeeping with application to computers using spreadsheet analysis of MSExcel Program. A basic knowledge in data management will also be introduced using dBase III Plus. The course
will enable students to further understand the other two areas of MS-Excel Programs such as database
management and business graphics.
FILIPINO OFFERINGS
FILIPINO 1 - 4
Filipino 1 - Wika, Ibong Adarna
Filipino 2 - Wika, Florante at Laura
Filipino 3 - Wika, Noli Me Tangere
Filipino 4 - Wika, El Filibusterismo

Sa kabuuan, ang kursong Filipino I-IV sa mataas na paaralan, sa pamamagitan ng mga araling pangwika at
pampanitikan ay naglalayong mabisang malinang ang mga kaalaman at kasanayang pangkomunikatibo ng mga
mag-aaral, at mahasa ang kanilang kakayahan sa pagbasa, pakikinig, pagsasalita, at pagsusulat. Bilang pagalinsunod sa mga makabagong kalakarang pangwika at sa bagong kurikulum sa Filipino isinasaalang-alang din
ang pagbibigay-diin sa mga pagpapahalagang Pilipino tulad ng mga katangiang moral at ispiritwal, sosyal,
pulitikal, at iba pang aspekto ng pamanang kulturang iniwan sa atin ng lumang kabihasnan upang maiangkop
ang mga ito sa makabagong takbo ng buhay. Pinag-uukulan din ng pansin ang paglinang sa kakayahan ng mga
mag-aaral sa pagbibigay-kuro, paggawa ng tala, pakikipanayam, pagsulat ng mga liham, pagsunod sa mga
panuto, panimulang pag-aaral at pag-unawa sa pagsasaling-wika at pananaliksik at iba pang makatutulong sa
paghubog ng diwa at kaisipang maka-Filipino.
Inaasahang, sa pamamagitan ng paglinang ng mga kaisipang napapaloob sa mga araling pang-wika at
pampanitikan, magkakaroon ng kaganapan ang pangunahing layunin ng edukasyon para sa mga kabataan, at
matatamo ang isang uri ng mapaglaya, demokratiko, at makabayang edukasyon tungo sa matibay na sandigan
para sa pambansang kaunlaran.
SOCIAL STUDIES OFFERINGS
Social Studies 1 - Philippine History and Government
Courses in Social Studies use English as the medium of instruction. In the first year level, the history of the
Philippines, from the ancient times to the present is studied. The approach is integrated with other sciences and is
thematic in its contents.
Social Studies 2 - Asian History
Interesting and analytical discussion of the different topics in Asian History is given emphasis. Topics include
history, civilization, government, religion, arts, education, geography, wars and empires of Asian countries.It
considers new information and relevant historical facts in the discussion of issues and current events that have
affected Asia in the past and recent years.
Social Studies 3 Economics
The basic principles and concepts of economics, and the importance of the knowledge of economics to the nation
are taught. Related and interesting issues affecting our nation and the world are analyzed. Values regarding
awareness about the state of our environment and natural resources, socio-economic problems, good
housekeeping and the like are integrated.
Social Studies 4 - World History
The course presents an updated account of world history from ancient and medieval periods down to
contemporary times. It includes the early beginnings of human civilization. Historical facts and concepts are taught
in thematic units rather than in the traditional chronological approach.
RELIGION OFFERINGS
Religion I - IV
The Religion Program, as the core of the High School Curriculum is committed to the formation of every student
into a mature human person through a deeper understanding of God in his daily Christian life.
The course seeks to make students aware of Gods purpose of salvation. It upholds mans dignity as a person
created in the image and likeness of God. The gift of faith man receives through the sacraments of Baptism unites
him with the Father through Jesus Christ in the Holy Spirit. Man is sanctified by the Holy Spirit to share in the
mission of Christ as active members of the Christian community, the church.
PEHM OFFERINGS

Physical Education, Health & Music I - IV


Physical Education (PE) I - IV covers activities that would give an all around physical development of the students
through various games., individual & team sports, dances, etc.
Health I deals with the physiological and biological changes in this stage of their life and teaches them how to cope
with these and how to adjust to the changing environment. Health II deals about the different sicknesses, common
ailments and their prevention. Health III gives emphasis not only on the physical health but on the mental and
emotional aspects of ones growth. Health IV covers personality development including the acquisition of
knowledge about sex, population education and community health.
Music I - IV
It deals with the various aspects of music education, the development of the appreciation for music, development
of the love for Kundiman and othe classical songs as well. It also involves training to enhance student's talent in
singing and vocalization and note reading.
Remedial Classes:
Remedial classes are offered by the department as part of the academic assistance program of the Colegio to
students. This program aims to help failing students and slow learners cope with the basic requirements of the
academic program. Remedial classes are held during Saturdays and after regular class hours. Attendance of
students to this program is strictly on a voluntary basis.

Philippine Heroes
Wednesday, 17 July 2013
Rafael Joseph Del Mundo

SCOPE

This pathfinder will serve as a guide for students in studying Asian civilizations.

IMAGE SOURCE: http://imgarcade.com/1/philippine-national-heroes-day/

Subject Headings & Keywords


Heroes
Heroes--Philippines--Biography
Heroes and Heroines--Philippines
Philippines--Biography

Call Numbers

DS 651-689 Philippine History


900History
920 Biography
959 General History of Southeast Asia including the Philippines

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Philippine Regions
Wednesday, 10 July 2013
Rafael Joseph Del Mundo

A region (Filipino: Rehiyon) is an administrative subdivision in the


Philippines. As of 2002, there are 17 of them and 16 of them are further subdivided into 81
provinces (lalawigan). Regions are generally organized to group provinces that have the same
cultural and ethnological characteristics.
The provinces are actually the primary political subdivision. They are grouped into regions for
administrative convenience. Most government offices establish regional offices instead of individual
provincial offices, usually (but not necessarily always) in the city designated as the regional center.
Source: Wikipilipinas
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Impluwensiyang Hispaniko sa Pilipinas


Monday, 03 October 2011
Administrator

This pathfinder gathers selected resources to guide the students to various resources for their 1st
Year Araling Panlipunan project entitled Bakas Hispaniko, Bahagi ng Pagiging Pilipino.

SUBJECT HEADINGS & KEYWORDS


Festivals--Philippines
Philippines--History
Philippines--Spanish influences

CALL NUMBERS
Library of Congress Classification

DS651-689 : Philippine history


DS688-689 : Philippine local history and description
Dewey Decimal Classification
959.9 : Philippine history
959.902 : Philippine history (Spanish period)

BOOKS

Local History
Arenas, Mar DJ. Valenzuela : ang bayani at ang bayan. Valenzuela: Museo Valenzuela,
1997. >> DS 676.8 .V3 A73 Filipiniana
Cortes, Rosario Mendoza. Pangasinan, 1572-1800. Quezon City : University of the Philippines
Press, 1974. >> DS 688 P22C6 Filipiniana
Failagao, Elias N. History of Miagao (1716-1979). Iloilo City: La Editorial, 1979. >> DS 689 M52F3
Filipiniana

Galman, Mario I. Paombong : its history and people. Manila:[S.n.], 1977. >> DS 689 P34G3
Filipiniana

Iloilo : the book : a photographic essay. [Iloilo City]: M. de Luzuriaga, 1992. >> DS 689 I44I46
Filipiniana

Laya, Jaime C. and Esperanza B. Gatbonton. Intramuros of memory. Manila: The Intramuros
Admin, 1983. >> DS 689 I57L39 Filipiniana
Orlina, Paulina G. Taal. Taal, Batangas: [s.n.], 1976. >> DS 689 T3O7 Filipiniana
Palazon, Juan. Majayjay : how a town come into being. Manila: Historical Conservation Society,
1964. >> DS 689 M23P15 Filipiniana
Pascual, Timoteo J. Morong's 400 years: [a history of a community and its people]. Morong,
Rizal:
Morong's 400 Years Publications Committee, 1978. >> DS 689 M67P38 Filipiniana
Sanz, Leandro T. Lucban : a town the Franciscans built. Manila: Historical Conservation Society,
1971. >> DS 689 L84T67 Filipiniana
Zafra, Nicolas. The colonization of the Philippines and the beginnings of the Spanish city of
Manila. Manila: National Historical Institute, 1993. >> 959.901 Z17 1993 Filipiniana

Zaide, Gregorio F. Pagsanjan in history and legend. Manila:Social Studies Pub., 1975. >> DS 689
P33Z3 Filipiniana

Festivities
Aguinaldo, Milagros M. Mga pagdiriwang sa Pilipinas : Pasko, bagong taon, piyesta,
atbp. Quezon City: MMA Pub., 2002. >>394.2609599 A282 2002 Filipiniana
Hornedo, Florentino H. Culture and community in the Philippine Fiesta and other
celebrations. Manila: UST Publishing House, 2000. >> 794.26 H815 2000 Filipiniana
Roces, Alejandro R. Fiesta. Quezon City: Vera-Reyes, 1980. >> GT 4881 A2R62 Reference
Hispanic Influences
Arcilla, Jose S. The Spanish conquest. Kasaysayan : Story of the Filipino People 3. [Manila] : Asia
Publishing Company, 1998. >> DS 668.A1 K37 v.3 Filipiniana Reference
Coseteng, Alicia Marquez Lim. Spanish churches in the Philippines. Quezon City : New Mercury
Print, 1972. >> NA 6027 C67 Filipiniana
Deocampo, Nick. Cine : Spanish influences on early cinema in the Philippines. [Manila] :
Cultural Center of the Philippines, 1992. >>791.43 D418 2007 Filipiniana
Diokno, Maria Serena I. Life in the Colony. Kasaysayan : Story of the Filipino People 4. [Manila] :
Asia Publishing Company, 1998. >>DS 668.A1 K37 v.4 Filipiniana Reference
Galende, Pedro G. Great Churches in the Philippines. Makati: Bookmark, 1993. >> NA 6027 G34
Filipiniana

Javellana, Rene B. Fortress of empire : Spanish colonial fortification of the Philippines 1565
- 1898. Makati City: Bookmark, 1997.>> 725.18 J14 1997 Filipiniana
Joaquin, Nick. Manila, My Manila. Makati City: Bookmark, 1999. >> 959.912 J62 1999 Filipiniana
Jose, Regalado Trota. Sining biswal : an essay on the Spanish influence on Philippine visual
arts. [Manila] : Cultural Center of the Philippines, 1992. >> 700.9 J83 1992 Filipiniana
Mirano, Elena Rivera. Musika : an essay on the Spanish influence on Philippine
music. [Manila] : Cultural Center of the Philippines, 1992. >> 780.9 M672 1992 Filipiniana
Phelan, John Leddy. The hispanization of the Philippines : Spanish aims and Filipino
responses, 1565-1700. Madison : University of Wisconsin, 1959. >> DS 674 P5 Filipiniana

Polo, Jaime Biron. Panitikan : an essay on the Spanish influence on Philippine


literature. [Manila] : Cultural Center of the Philippines, 1992. >> 899.211 P778 1992 Filipiniana
The Spanish colonial period (17/18th centuries): bajo las campanas (under the church
bells). The Filipino Heritage 5. Manila : Lahing Filipino Pub., 1977. >> DS 668 A1F5 v.5 Reference
Villalon, Augusto F. Living landscapes and cultural landmarks : world heritage sites in the
Philippines. S.l.: Art Post Asia, 2005.>> 915.99 V714 2005 Filipiniana Reference
Villalon, Augusto F. Lugar : essays on Philippine heritage and architecture. Makati City:
Bookmark, 2001. >> 720.9599 V714 2001 Filipiniana

WEB RESOURCES
Old Street Names of Manila Traveler on Foot
URL: http://traveleronfoot.wordpress.com/2008/07/10/old-street-names-of-manila/
Some trivia on old street names in Manila.
Wikipedia: List of cities and municipalities in the Philippines
URL: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_cities_and_municipalities_in_the_Philippines
IBON Foundation is a research-education-information and advocacy organization which publishes
studies on the most urgent socio-economic issues confronting Philippine society and the world.
Philippine Festivals
URL: http://festivalsinthephilippines.com/
A blog with pictures, videos and personal stories about any festivals in the Philippines.

PERIODICALS
Journals/Magazines (Current Issues)
Catalyst
Cruising
Philippine Panorama
Philippine Starweek
Philippine Studies
Journals/Magazines (Back Issues)
IBON Facts and Figures (1993, 1995, 1996, 2001-2009)
Intersect (1999-2007)
Investigative Reporting Magazine, The (2002-2004)
Newsbreak (2001-2006)

Philippine Graphic (1990-2001)


Philippine Panorama (1990-2010)
Philippine Starweek (1990-2010)
Philippine Studies (1991-2010)
Philippines Free Press (1990-2010)
Sunday Inquirer Magazine (1990-2010)
Vertical Files
Topics on: PhilippinesFestivals, PhilippinesDescription and travel, PhilippinesTraditions and
customs, Philippines(All regions) and many more.

USEFUL TOOLS
OPAC: http://opac.emc.hs.admu.edu.ph/
Use the OPAC to search for books in the library.
CIPPA: http://rizal.lib.admu.edu.ph/cippa/cippa.asp *
Use CIPPA to search articles from periodicals published in the Philippines.
LPI: http://emc.hs.admu.edu.ph/lpi *
Use LPI to search articles from Philippine periodicals available in the Bound Periodicals collection.
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KRa
KRA 1: Efficient and Participative Leadership
Goals:
1. To regularly engage in an active interaction with the Board of Regents (BOR) in all of CSUs Strategic
Planning Process.
2.

To conduct a regular review and evaluation across campuses in terms of:


a.
b.
c.

3.

Efficiency
features
(systems,
policies,
processes,
systematizes
work)
Effectiveness features (results in terms of teaching highlighted in licensure results, etc.)
Response-ability features

To institutionalize Key Business Process across campuses in terms of:


a.
b.
c.

Food
Infrastructure
People

Sourcing
System
Management

d.
e.
f.
g.

Partnering
Management
Management

Financial
Program
Feedback Mechanism

4.
To
build
a
culture
of
participation
across
5. To set acceptable standards of quality across disciplines, programs, offices, campuses and individuals in
the following:
a.
b.
c.
d.
6.

Linkages
Interpersonal relations

&

Collaborative

Leadership
Outcomes
Arrangements

To lobby for environmental awareness across all curricular offerings.

KRA 2: Quality and Relevant Education


Goals:

1.
To implement
programs
in
line
with
both
the
mandate
and
current
requirements;
2.
To
identify/set
linkages
offering
similar
relevant
programs;
3.
To generate new knowledge and technologies relevant to the development of the region;
4.
To offer programs focusing on social, cultural, economic and developmental needs of the region and the
country
as
a
way
to
complement
the
global
markets;
5.
To review periodically the curricular offerings to meet the needs of the industry and community;
6.
To provide efficient delivery of instruction for the environmental management program;
7.
To redesign accredited curricular programs for increased Science and Technology and Humanities
orientation;
8. To design new programs that are relevant to current needs and requirements in Science, Technology and the
Humanities;
9.
To craft a strong Human Resource Development Program for the care, use and regeneration of natural
resources.

KRA 3: Teaching/Non-Teaching and Student Development


Goals:
1. To provide ongoing faculty development, addressing: personal mastery, improved teaching competence,
effective
interpersonal
and
organizational
relations
and
increased
skills
in
research.
2.
To expand student-personnel scholarship opportunities by allocating the appropriate funds and
generating grants/support from linkages.

KRA 4: Environment
Goals:
1.
To
green
the
environmental
premises
of
CSU
campuses;
2.
To manage the use of resources human, physical and financial in promoting relevant/approved
programs;
3. To design a systematic utilization of the available land area.

KRA 5: Linkages, Networks and Collaboration


Goals:
1.
2.

To
To open avenues for linkages by:

increase

external

linkages;

a.
Expanding existing international, national and local linkages of RED Office
b.
Sending faculty and students to participate in international exchange program and
trainings
(academic/leadership
trainings)
c.
Seeking
program
partners
in
Science,
Technology
and
Research
d.
Setting an Information Center for linkages on instruction, research, field visits and
exposures for students or faculty as well as co-curricular activities

KRA 6: Research
Goals:
1.
To become valuable partner in research on science, technology and humanities to other institutions
both
local
and
international;
2. To set up a research community in science, technology and humanities that foster and support creative
research
and
other
advanced
scholarly
activity;
3. To participate in international, national and regional programs that is collective in nature.