The College of Education offers a broad educational program that encompasses the development of educators both in the elementary and secondary levels of basic education and graduate school. The college is composed of the Professional Education Department, Physical Education Department, Religious Education Department and Graduate Studies in Education.
The agenda was developed to focus the attention of researchers of the College of Education on basic issues in education such as: (1) innovations in teaching and learning (2) curriculum and instruction including assessment and evaluation; (3) teacher education and preparation; (5) promotion of Christian education; (6) harmonization of diverse cultures; (7) gospel ideals of justice towards personal conversion and social transformation and (8) holistic development of an individual.
The areas of interest of the college’s research could be summarized in the following questions:
- What innovations in education can we develop to further improve student learning, leadership skills, and values?
- How can we further utilize education and the educational system in addressing issues brought about by internationalization such as cultural diversity, individual differences and exceptionalities inside classrooms?
- How can we improve and maintain the human condition in the aspects of emotional wellness and physical fitness?