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EULOGIO “AMANG” RODRIGUEZ

INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY


Nagtahan St., Sampaloc, Manila

EARIST VISION

“EARIST is envisioned to be a center of excellence in trades, business, arts, science and technology education”

EARIST MISSION EARIST GOALS AND OBJECTIVE

EARIST GOAL
Provide professional, scientific, technological,
technical and vocational instruction and training in
trades, business, arts, sciences and technology and
other specified thereof in Section 2, RA 6595 and
Turn out vocationally, technically, technologically, Section 6, PD1524, and for special purposes promote
and scientifically trained graduates who will be research, advance studies and progressive leadership
economically productive, self-sufficient, effective, in the fields of study.
responsible, and discipline citizen of the Philippines.

EARIST OBJECTIVES
 Strive for academic excellence in instruction,
research, extension and production through
accreditation.

 Provide appropriate and continuing faculty and


staff development programs.

 Provide and maintain appropriate


technologies, instructional facilities, materials
and equipment.

 Produce quality graduates who are globally


competitive to man the needs of business and
industry.

 Attain university status through Unity,


Solidarity and Teamwork.
GRADUATE SCHOOL GOALS PROGRAM SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES
 Enhance the professional and leadership 
competencies of educators, business and
industry leaders, practitioners and civil servants.

 Contribute to the advancement of knowledge and


technologies through relevant and innovative
research.

 Promote positive values and attitudes necessary


to proactive, progressive and transformative
leadership and management.
GRADUATE SCHOOL PROGRAM OUTCOMES
MASTER OF ARTS IN EDUCATION
1. Develop global professional skills and competencies through, theoretical, experiential and
research-based learning process.
2. Raise standards of managerial performance through the application of widely known models
and ethical principles.
3. Apply best practices in leading and managing a school.

CAS 104 | Second Semester 2017-2018


COURS E SYLLABU S
COURSE CODE CAS 104 Course Description
Descriptive Title HUMAN RELATIONS AND GROUP This course aims to orient graduate
DYNAMICS students on the principles of group
PREREQUISITE/S process. The approach in the subject
is carried out in a non-threatening
CREDIT UNIT/S 3 units
atmosphere, where all students are
CONTACT HOURS PER 3 hours per week or 54 hours per valued individually and in the process
SESSION semester gradually build a group that works and
functions as a whole. Learning derived
from this course is applicable to all
types of groups.
The approach of the course is
slant/bias to the modern school of
thought in Psychology – Humanistic
and Existential. The bottom-line of this
modern thought is that “every human
being is capable of becoming what he
is not yet.” In short, self-discovery is
the key to continue growth and
development of human being. Hence,
this process of development would be
possible through contribution of group’s
member.

ALIGNMENT OF COURSE OUTCOMES (CO) WITH THE PROGRAM OUTCOMES (PO)


CO DESCRIPTION PO1 PO2 PO3
1 Learn techniques/strategies in group processing; X
2 Understand valuing process, clarify his/her values and X
understand values of others;
3 Minimize neurotic inhibitions through the exposition of their X
talents, aptitudes and participation in different group
activities/processing; and
4 Develop a wholesome or a well-rounded personality through x
interaction.

COURSE COVERAGE
INTENDED TEACHING LEARNING ASSESSMENT TASK
WEE ACTIVITES (TLA) (AT) RESOURCE
LEARNING COURSE CONTENT
K S
OUTCOMES (ILO) Teaching Learning Assessment Tool
A. Overview of Human
Relations
 Definition of
Human
Relations Lecture Reece &
 Importance of Brandt.
Understand human Human Modified Introduction to
relations in different Relations Panel Class Human
Quiz
perspectives, major  Human Discussion discussion Written Relations.
1-2
developments and the Relations in the Exam Retrieved from
Assignment
challenges in the present Age of Energizers Recitation https://resource.
day situation. Information / mccneb.edu/hm
 Major Icebreaker r/jvanarsdall/ch
Developments s apter01.ppt
in the Field
 Challenges of
Today’s
Workplace
3-5 B. Nature of Group Lecture
Ortigas, C.D.
Process
(2015). Group
 Beginnings of Modified
Process and
Group Panel
Discuss and explain how the Inductive
Dynamics Discussion Class
group process began Quiz Method. Theory
(Field Theory, discussion Written
and other factors that and Practice.
The Tension Brainstorm Exam
contribute to the Assignment Quezon City:
System, ing Recitation
development of the field Ateneo De
Valence, Life
Manila
Space and Energizers
University
Group /
Press.
Dynamics Icebreaker
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 Group Process
and the Growth
of the Inductive
Method in the s
Philippines
 Group Process
and the Filipino
C. On Becoming a
Facilitator
 Introduction on
becoming a
facilitator
 Group Centered
Leadership
 Functions of the
Facilitator of
Learning
 Effective Group
Facilitator/Discus
sion Leader
 Basic
Component for
Training Group
Facilitators
 Process
Observation and
Analysis (POA)
 Understanding
Group
Development
 Facilitating
Styles Lecture
D. Implementation of Ortigas, C.D.
Group Process Modified (2015). Group
Determine the aspects of  Principles of Panel Process and
becoming a good Adult Learning Discussion the Inductive
Class
facilitator, how it is being  Adult Learning Quiz Method. Theory
discussion Written
6-8 done considering also Cycle Brainstorm and Practice.
Exam
the integration of group  Deductive and ing Assignment Quezon City:
Recitation
process in the Inductive Ateneo De
workplace. Methods Energizers Manila
 Experiential / University
Learning Cycle Icebreaker Press.
 Selecting s
Instructional
Resources
 Other Specific
Methods
E. Integration of
Group Process
 Synthesis and
Generalization
 Creative
Practices in
Integration
 Types of
Evaluation
 Instruments and
Phases of
Evaluation
 Ethical
Considerations
 Conclusion
 Reflection
 Design
Considerations
F. Structured Learning
Experiences (SLE)
9 MIDTERM EXAMINATION
10-13 Participate in the Activity Proper: Lecture Class Participation Activities Ortigas, C.D.
activities set for each discussion in group administe (2015). Group
Structured Learning G. SLEs on Value Modified dynamics red to Process and
Experiences Formation and Panel Activities class the Inductive
Transformation Discussion for Group Method. Theory
F. SLEs on Social Dynamics and Practice.
Competence Group Quezon City:
G. SLEs on Decision Dynamics Ateneo De
Making Manila
University

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Press.

Evangelista,
L.L. & Padolina,
M.A. (2000).
Group
Dynamics (With
Structured
Games and
Readings).
Booklore
Publishing
Corp.
Ortigas, C.D.
(2015). Group
Lecture
H. SLEs on Process and
Class
Organizational the Inductive
Modified discussion Activities
Development Participation Method. Theory
14- Panel administe
I. SLEs on Group in group and Practice.
16s Discussion Activities red to
Development dynamics Quezon City:
for Group class
Ateneo De
Group Dynamics
Manila
Dynamics
University
Press.
Submission of Group
Activities and
17
Compilation of
Reports
18 FINAL EXAMINATION

GRADING SYSTEM Attendance 10%


Class Participation 20%
Report 30%
Proposal Defense 40%
Total 100%

Prepared by: Checked by: Approved by:

JINAMARLYN B. DOCTOR, DPA GRANT B. CORNELL, Ed.D.


Faculty Area Chair Dean

CAS 104 | Second Semester 2017-2018