Training Needs of Naval State University-College of Education Graduates Employed in the Department of Education

Christopher R. Vicera, Susan S. Bentor

Abstract


This study determined the training needs of teachers of the Department of Education (DepEd), Biliran Division. The study involved 100 Naval State University (NSU) graduates working in the DepEd. Employing the descriptive survey method proposes a professional development program for the College of Education of NSU. Respondents function as ordinary teachers; need skills in planning, and decision-making. The training needs of respondents were found to be satisfactorily competent in all the domains of NCBTS and the problems met by the respondents was found out on their subject assignments.


Keywords


training needs; college of education graduates; department of education; naval state university; national competency based teacher standards

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