College of Education Research Unit (CERU)
The College of education Research Council was officially organized and took into effect in 2007 to cater research activities of the college. It is manned by highly equipped faculty member, the Research and Publication Coordinator, to coordinate the research endeavours of the faculty, graduate and undergraduate students. It also caters all research related activities in relation to research undertakings of the different units and departments of the College of Education.
The College of Education Research Unit is the highest policy making body in terms of research and strategic studies. Its heads are with the following qualifications:
- Members of the University Academic Research Council (UARC) which is under the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs.
- Holds a position of at least Assistant Professor IV based on the National Budget Circular (NBC) 461 evaluation of the Department of Budget and Management (DBM).
Main Functions of the College of Education Research Unit:
- Approve the College of Education Research Agenda which was formulated by the CED faculty members.
- Approve proposed research policies and plans upon the recommendation of the College of Education Research and Publication Coordinator.
- Approve research proposals from the College of Education Fund and upon endorsement to the Office of the College Dean, then the office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs.
- Approve budget allocation from the College of Education Publication Fund for research activities.
- Caters the review and publications of research outputs.
College of Education Extension and Training Unit
The Extension Program of the CLSU College of Education is anchored on the thrusts and components of the CLSU Research, Extension and Training (RET) Research and Development Agenda for 2016-2020.
The college has four distinct extension programs, namely: 1) Teacher Education and Training Support Program, 2} Community and Livelihood Skills Development Program, 3) Non-Formal Education Program, 4) Talents and Skills Development Program. All these programs give specific extension service to target clientele in the community.
The Teacher Education and Training Support (TETS) Program aims to provide training programs to enhance the teaching competencies and leadership skills among teachers in the elementary, secondary-and tertiary levels. The implementers of this program are the faculty members of the college and the clientele, the teachers from both the public and private sectors in the region.
The Community and Livelihood Skills Development (SLSD) Program aims to develop rural communities in the nearby areas through the implementation of training programs, which provide livelihood skills and disseminate technologies and services among the community folks. The implementers of the program are both the faculty and the students of the college.
The Non-Formal Education (NFE) Program aims to provide non-formal education classes on basic literacy and functional education to out-of-school youth, socially deprived citizens, and economically challenged people, or for any other reason, not able to attend formal schools, the implementers of the program are both the faculty and the students of the college.
The Talent and Skills Development (TSD) Program aims to provide training programs which will develop the clientele talents and skills in arts, in writing /news/ school paper, playing musical instruments, parliamentary procedures, sports, dance and other co-curricular and extra-curricular experiences. The implementers of the program are the faculty members and the clientele are the elementary, high school, and college students who want to learn and acquire such talents and skills.
College of Education Extension Manual
The College of Education Extension Manual provides the historical background, the philosophy, mission, vision, goals and objectives of the institution, the College of Education extension mandate and the elaboration of its extension programs.
The manual also includes the organizational chart of the college and its extension unit, and the extension project cycle and management