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Graduate School of Education

About Us

“The object and reward of learning is continued capacity for growth.”
John Dewey

We now live in a globally competitive world where knowledge, not buildings and machinery, is the chief resource and where knowledge-workers make up the biggest part of the work force.  Furthermore, the labor market demands workers who can deliver not merely mediocre outputs but excellent results.  Hence, growth for education and training is a must for every individual who wants to be part of the labor force.  It is therefore imperative for aspiring professionals to choose a learning institution which can equip them of the knowledge and competencies demanded of them by the global economy.

The Graduate School of Education (GSE), upholding Aldersgate College’s vision of transforming anyone who passes through its portals to be morally upright and spiritually awakened – a brave and sagacious leader, with an enlightened mind, a compassionate heart, and able and ready hands, commits itself to becoming a pioneering educational research organization, implementing high-impact development projects, and providing specialized and continuing education to local and international students and professionals, thereby, developing educational managers and specialists capable of providing dedicated and excellent services in a multi-national and multi-cultural work setting.

With the institution’s three pronged mission of Academic Excellence, Social Relevance and Spiritual Nurture, the GSE aims to:
•    Deliver educational programs at the Masteral, Doctoral and Continuing Education levels;
•    Develop outstanding educators who can at the same time provide spiritual nourishment to their respective schools, churches, and development institutions; and
•    Encourage and support the involvement of graduate students in cutting-edge research, development and extension with their respective institutions and stakeholders at the local and international levels.

To achieve the above mission, we at the GSE steadily keep ourselves abreast with the changing times and make full use of the immeasurable benefits of educational innovations such as e-learning, fully integrated multimedia, and digitized and self-contained syllabi which enrich learning.  Likewise, we employ only high-caliber professors from leading institutions and agencies who are experts in using various methodologies and styles and in fully integrating the technological innovations in their teaching.

Receive the full reward of learning as you Go for Growth. Go for Excellence, Go for AC!

Vision

The Graduate School of Education shall become a pioneering educational research organization, implementing high-impact development projects, and providing specialized and continuing education to local and international students and professionals.

Mission

The Graduate School of Education will develop educational managers and specialists capable of providing dedicated and excellent services in a multi-national and multi-cultural work setting. In this connection, the Graduate School of Education shall:

  1. Deliver educational programs at the Masteral, Doctoral and Continuing Education levels.
  2. Develop outstanding educators who can at the same time provide spiritual nourishment to their respective  schools, churches, and development institutions.
  3. Encourage and support the involvement of graduate students in cutting-edge research, development and extension with their respective institutions and stakeholders at the local and international levels.

Curricular Strategy

The curricular strategies required to achieve global competiveness and excellence in education have been incorporated in the course syllabi. The critical skills required for the graduate students are presented below with the respective instructional strategies that will elicit the development of the said skills.

Competition in both local and global environments require the development of  communication, analytical, specialized educational, international and integrated management skills among graduate students.

Critical Expertise Required Instructional Strategies
1.1 Communication Skills
  • Personal & Organizational Communication
  • Multi-Media and Information & Communications Technology
  • Oral & Writing Skills Development
  • Hands-on laboratory training on Professional Applications Software
  • Learning Modules
  • Multi-Media Presentations
1.2 Analytical Skills
  • Critical Thinking Proficiency
  • Research Proficiency
  • Examinations
  • Graded Recitation
  • Project & Case Studies
  • Presentations
  • Reaction Papers
  • Research Papers
  • Thesis & Dissertation
1.3 Specialized Skills
  • Educational Management
  • English Language Education
  • Christian Education
  • Administration and Supervision
  • Innovative International
  • Competency-based Curriculum
  • Practicum
  • Peer & Team Teaching
  • Oral reporting
  • Educational Tour
  • Seminars, Workshops and Trainings
1.4 International Skills
  • Multi-Cultural and Multi-Language
  • International Experiences and Linkages
  • Foreign Travels & linkages
  • Knowledge of Foreign Language
1.5 Integrated Management Skills
  • Leadership & Strategic Management
  • Students use their own professional work situations for project and case analyses, thesis & dissertation.

Curricular Content

The curricula of the Graduate School of Education require tight interface between theory and practice in the study of cutting-edge topics in Educational Management, English Language Education and Christian Education. The program promotes the collaboration of student learning activities with actual projects conducted by the various research and development organizations within Aldersgate College.

 

Academic Programs

    1. Master of Arts in Educational Management (Download Curriculum)
      This graduate degree is appropriate for educational professionals interested in the management and development of the following educational programs:

      • Pre-Schools
      • Elementary School
      • Secondary School
      • College and Universities
      • Innovative Learning (Learning-Through-Play, Multiple Intelligences, Teaching-Learning Styles)
      • Tutorial and Remedial Education
      • Special Education
      • Computer-Aided Learning and Testing
      • Multi-Media Technology
      • Modular Learning
      • Distance & On-Line Education
    2. Master of Arts in English(Download Curriculum)
      This graduate degree is appropriate for educational professionals interested in the teaching and supervision of English language programs in the following work settings:

      • Pre-Schools
      • Elementary School
      • Secondary School
      • English Language Tutorial Centers
      • Call Centers
    3. Master of Arts in Christian Education(Download Curriculum)

This graduate degree is appropriate for educational professionals involved in the biblical, moral, musical, children and youth education in the church, school and community settings.

 
 

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