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New General Education Curriculum (NGEC)

The new General Education Curriculum is the proposed curriculum in tertiary education by the Commission on Higher Education.

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  1. 1. IMPROVING HIGHER EDUCATION
  2. 2. IMPROVING HIGHER EDUCATION
  3. 3. E 50*‘ “’‘*‘‘’eg¢ % ‘re 95 O "7-"»: ».. *'. ..'*-4 CHED MEMORHNDUM NO. 20 "General Education Curriculum: Hollistic Understandings, Intellectual, and Civic Competencies" Issued on the 28th day of June 2013 Signed by: Chairperson Patricia B. Licuanan, Ph. D.
  4. 4. I This CH ED Memorandum Order provides the framework and rationale of the revised GE as a paradigm shift and in the context of the K to 12 curriculum based on College readiness standards.
  5. 5. case has aunrorvq to set the following-. Goals, Outcomes, and Competencies - Revised Core Courses and Electives - Capacity building for start up and for continuing sustainability program - Sets minimum standards for the general education component of all degree programs
  6. 6. ‘D’ General Education Introduces students to different ways of knowing (Intellectual and Civic competencies) WU’ Special Learning focuses on a particular discipline
  7. 7. Four missions of the Philippine Higher Education To produce thoughtful graduates imbued with: * Values reflective of a humanist orientation * Analytical and problem solving skills * Ability to think through the ethical and social implications of a given course of action * The competency to learn continously throughout life . ‘.. .‘
  8. 8. HI Goals and Context of General Education - Lays for the development of a professionally competent, humane, and moral person. - Prepares the Filipino for the demands of 21st Century life. - Enables the Filipino to locate/ find himself in the community and the world.
  9. 9. In General Education, the development takes place in: INDIVIDUAL - Where the student is enabled to develop his identity as a person.
  10. 10. g}; A Alp? .‘ j. , -: .éI *3} IL” ,9) FILIPINO SOCIETY AND NATION - Where the individual is aware and proud of his/ her identity, and able to contribute meaningfully to the development of our society. GLOBAL COMMUNITY - Where the Filipino student recognizes and respect the fundamental humanity of all, respects, appreciate the diversity, and cares about the problems the affect the world
  11. 11. leading: in mr-"Am History lhls mum Aims to engine 1! ms in In: I y n e I drflcimthcetsofvfllrpp or Illmugir me lens 1 yew: rinses Revised Core Courses The New General Education Curriculum has 36 units, distributed as follow: 24 units of core courses 9 units of elective courses; and 3 units on the life and works of Rizal The General Education Courses maybe taught in Filipino and English. The Contempovmrj lolofld is mum aims in Inrruduu students (OK osurca woridtodayandthe new hil uida‘.
  12. 12. GE Core Courses <i! ’§I‘i> Understanding the Self This course is intended to enable the process of exploration and thereby help the students arrive at the understanding of the concepts of personality, self and identity.
  13. 13. GE Core Courses ‘ ' ’ I Readings in Philippine ttistorxi This course aims to expose students to different facets of Philippine history through the lens of eyewitnesses.
  14. 14. Description of GE Courses O T he Contemporarsi world This course aims to introduce students to the state of the world today and the new global order.
  15. 15. Mathematics in the Modern world This course begins with an introduction to the nature of mathematics as an exploration of patterns and as an application of inductive and deductive reasoning.
  16. 16. @ Purposive Communication The five skills of communication are studied and simulated in advanced academic settings.
  17. 17. Firt Flppreciation This course aims to provide students the opportunity to observe, participate in, or otherwise experience works of art in order to appreciate their role and purpose in life.
  18. 18. O‘I‘3> Science, Technologsi and Societj This course is designed to enable students to appreciate, in broad terms, the social impact of developments in science and technology at the global and national level.
  19. 19. Ethics This course introduces students to the ethical dimension of human existence at various levels— personal, societal, environmental, and cultural.
  20. 20. . Revised core courses The New General Education Curriculum has 36 units. ____, '___ distributed as follow , . I , _ 24 units of core courses Q9 ~«I-- 9 UFIIIS of elective courses: and . ._. ..~. 3 units on the life and works of Rizal llic L1[lI€ ail L(Ill. IIl('. ll L aux: l‘l. lVlI» x_u_HV in. .;'Ii I I Hll[]lI‘I'). llI[ lIli'_lll rr . - _ . ... ,.. ... - ¢ . .. an I~-: .—~ EL SKKLLS AJQ
  21. 21. III- Igg- General Eclucafion Oufcomes
  22. 22. , 4 , ‘ ’ Intellectual competencies
  23. 23. Mn Personal and Civic Competencies
  24. 24. ct”) Practical responsibilities
  25. 25. Category-. Intellectual Competencies * Compefencies - Higher levels of comprehension - Proficient and effective communication - Understanding of basic concepts across the domains of knowledge
  26. 26. * Compefencies - Higher levels of comprehension - Proficient and effective communication - Understanding of basic concepts across the domains of knowledge
  27. 27. TICHL HND CIVIC KESPONS - Appreciation of the human condition - Capacity to personally interpret the human experiences. - Ability to view the contemporary world from both Philippine and global perspective. - Self assuredness in knowing and being Filipino - Capacity to reflect critically solutions guided by ethical standards - Ability to reflect on moral norms/ imperatives as they affect individuals properly. - Understanding and respect for human rights. - Ability to contribute personally and meaningfully tot country's develoment
  28. 28. PKHCTICHL SKILLS - Working effectively in a group - Application of computing and information technology to assist and facilitate research. - Ability to negotiate the world of technology responsibly . - Problem solving - Basic work—re| ated skills and knowledge.
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  30. 30. 9 - The new GE program has clearly articulated goals and outcomes. - Because it is outcome—oriented, the proposed highlights competencies in addition to the standard emphasis on content. - The revised program is leaner and more in keeping with the liberal nature of general education. - The new GE program provides an element of choice through nine units of elective courses.
  31. 31. IMPROVING HIGHER EDUCATION

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