Courses

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    ANGAT BAYI: WOMEN’S POLITICAL EMPOWERMENT FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM

    About the Program The Angat Bayi Political Empowerment Fellowship (AB PEF) is a component of the Angat Bayi Women’s Political Empowerment Program, a comprehensive program…
  • 7 Lessons

    CE Orientation CEM 1-A

    Course Description: This course discusses the introduction to various tracks of specialization of civil engineering, emphasis on ethics, responsibility and professionalism.

     

    CE 111 - Civil Engineering Orientation

    1ST Semester, Academic Year 2021-2022

    Pre-requisite: None

    Course Credit: 2 units lecture  

    Degree: BS Civil Engineering

    Course Requirements:

    1. Reaction paper, portfolio, etc.
    2. Grading System
    • 33.3% from Prelim/Midterm/Final Exam
    • 33.3% from Quizzes
    • 33.4% from Group or individual paper, presentation, portfolio

    Course Outcome:

    1. Understand the history of Civil Engineering and the profession.
    2. Familiarize with the practices of Civil Engineers in relation to their interaction with society.
    3. Know the trend of Civil Engineering development.
    4. Understand the relationship of Civil Engineering to Environmental Science.

    Suggested Learning Plan:

    Week Course Outcome     Content/ Topics   Values Integrated Teaching/ Learning Activities   Evaluation Tool
    1–2 CO1 CE Curriculum Industry, Integrity, Intelligence Video Presentation / Modular/pick-up Online Quiz, Online Task, Presentation via internet
    3-4 CO1 CO2 History of Civil Engineering Profession Industry, Integrity, Intelligence Video Presentation / Modular/pick-up Online Quiz, Online Task, Presentation via internet
    5-10 CO2 Practices and Interaction of Civil Engineers in Society Industry, Integrity, Intelligence Video Presentation / Modular/pick-up Online Quiz, Online Task, Presentation via internet
    11-14 CO3 Civil Engineering Development Industry, Integrity, Intelligence Video Presentation / Modular/pick-up Online Quiz, Online Task, Presentation via internet
    15-18 CO4 Civil Engineering and Environmental Science Industry, Integrity, Intelligence Video Presentation / Modular/pick-up Online Quiz, Online Task, Presentation via internet

     

  • 7 Lessons

    CE Orientation SE 1-A

    Course Description: This course discusses the introduction to various tracks of specialization of civil engineering, emphasis on ethics, responsibility and professionalism.

     

    CE 111 - Civil Engineering Orientation

    1ST Semester, Academic Year 2021-2022

    Pre-requisite: None

    Course Credit: 2 units lecture  

    Degree: BS Civil Engineering

    Course Requirements:

    1. Reaction paper, portfolio, etc.
    2. Grading System
    • 33.3% from Prelim/Midterm/Final Exam
    • 33.3% from Quizzes
    • 33.4% from Group or individual paper, presentation, portfolio

    Course Outcome:

    1. Understand the history of Civil Engineering and the profession.
    2. Familiarize with the practices of Civil Engineers in relation to their interaction with society.
    3. Know the trend of Civil Engineering development.
    4. Understand the relationship of Civil Engineering to Environmental Science.

    Suggested Learning Plan:

    Week Course Outcome     Content/ Topics   Values Integrated Teaching/ Learning Activities   Evaluation Tool
    1–2 CO1 CE Curriculum Industry, Integrity, Intelligence Video Presentation / Modular/pick-up Online Quiz, Online Task, Presentation via internet
    3-4 CO1 CO2 History of Civil Engineering Profession Industry, Integrity, Intelligence Video Presentation / Modular/pick-up Online Quiz, Online Task, Presentation via internet
    5-10 CO2 Practices and Interaction of Civil Engineers in Society Industry, Integrity, Intelligence Video Presentation / Modular/pick-up Online Quiz, Online Task, Presentation via internet
    11-14 CO3 Civil Engineering Development Industry, Integrity, Intelligence Video Presentation / Modular/pick-up Online Quiz, Online Task, Presentation via internet
    15-18 CO4 Civil Engineering and Environmental Science Industry, Integrity, Intelligence Video Presentation / Modular/pick-up Online Quiz, Online Task, Presentation via internet

     

  • 7 Lessons

    CE Orientation SE 1-B

    Course Description: This course discusses the introduction to various tracks of specialization of civil engineering, emphasis on ethics, responsibility and professionalism.

     

    CE 111 - Civil Engineering Orientation

    1ST Semester, Academic Year 2021-2022

    Pre-requisite: None

    Course Credit: 2 units lecture  

    Degree: BS Civil Engineering

    Course Requirements:

    1. Reaction paper, portfolio, etc.
    2. Grading System
    • 33.3% from Prelim/Midterm/Final Exam
    • 33.3% from Quizzes
    • 33.4% from Group or individual paper, presentation, portfolio

    Course Outcome:

    1. Understand the history of Civil Engineering and the profession.
    2. Familiarize with the practices of Civil Engineers in relation to their interaction with society.
    3. Know the trend of Civil Engineering development.
    4. Understand the relationship of Civil Engineering to Environmental Science.

    Suggested Learning Plan:

    Week Course Outcome     Content/ Topics   Values Integrated Teaching/ Learning Activities   Evaluation Tool
    1–2 CO1 CE Curriculum Industry, Integrity, Intelligence Video Presentation / Modular/pick-up Online Quiz, Online Task, Presentation via internet
    3-4 CO1 CO2 History of Civil Engineering Profession Industry, Integrity, Intelligence Video Presentation / Modular/pick-up Online Quiz, Online Task, Presentation via internet
    5-10 CO2 Practices and Interaction of Civil Engineers in Society Industry, Integrity, Intelligence Video Presentation / Modular/pick-up Online Quiz, Online Task, Presentation via internet
    11-14 CO3 Civil Engineering Development Industry, Integrity, Intelligence Video Presentation / Modular/pick-up Online Quiz, Online Task, Presentation via internet
    15-18 CO4 Civil Engineering and Environmental Science Industry, Integrity, Intelligence Video Presentation / Modular/pick-up Online Quiz, Online Task, Presentation via internet

     

  • 0 Lessons

    CHEMICAL ENGINEERING REVIEW ONLINE

    ASPIRE CHEMICAL ENGINEERING REVIEW CENTER Aspire has been providing quality  Chemical Engineering review and refresher courses since 2012. Highest passing rate to date is 95%…
  • 10 Lessons

    Course 1. Introduction to Data-Driven Policy Making_

    This course has 5 short lectures.

    Lecture 1: This lecture will discuss some fundamentals of data – why they are important, what they are used for, and the things we must remember when we handle and deploy data. These are basic concepts that will hopefully enrich our appreciation and understanding of data, and how they relate to things that matter to us.

    Lecture 2: This discussion will introduce what data driven development (3D) is and the importance of data driven. The session will give some examples of 3D, the gaps in 3D and how we can bridge the gap. 

    Lecture 3: The discussion will also provide an overview of the data that LGUs are required to collect under national policies. The discussion will provide a strategy on how to simplify data collection to meet the requirements for analysis and reporting. 

    Lecture 4. This session will focus on 3D and Planning and Budgeting in LGUs. The session will cover 4 key aspects: Introduction to Planning and Budgeting and Data, Planning and Budgeting Process in LGUs, 3D Principles and Elements in Local Planning and Budgeting, and finally, an application workshop.   

    Lecture 5. This session provides an overview of the Mandanas Garcia Ruling as a backdrop for data driven development at the local government level. The lecture discusses the challenges and opportunities of the Mandanas Ruling for LGU stakeholders. 

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    Course 2. Data Literacy, Gender and The Marginalized

    This course has 5 short lectures.

    Lecture 1: This lecture will discuss some fundamentals of data – why they are important, what they are used for, and the things we must remember when we handle and deploy data. These are basic concepts that will hopefully enrich our appreciation and understanding of data, and how they relate to things that matter to us.

    Lecture 2: This discussion will introduce what data driven development (3D) is and the importance of data driven. The session will give some examples of 3D, the gaps in 3D and how we can bridge the gap. 

    Lecture 3: The discussion will also provide an overview of the data that LGUs are required to collect under national policies. The discussion will provide a strategy on how to simplify data collection to meet the requirements for analysis and reporting. 

    Lecture 4. This session will focus on 3D and Planning and Budgeting in LGUs. The session will cover 4 key aspects: Introduction to Planning and Budgeting and Data, Planning and Budgeting Process in LGUs, 3D Principles and Elements in Local Planning and Budgeting, and finally, an application workshop.   

    Lecture 5. This session provides an overview of the Mandanas Garcia Ruling as a backdrop for data driven development at the local government level. The lecture discusses the challenges and opportunities of the Mandanas Ruling for LGU stakeholders. 

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    Course 3. Data Governance

    This course has 5 short lectures.

    Lecture 1: This lecture will discuss some fundamentals of data – why they are important, what they are used for, and the things we must remember when we handle and deploy data. These are basic concepts that will hopefully enrich our appreciation and understanding of data, and how they relate to things that matter to us.

    Lecture 2: This discussion will introduce what data driven development (3D) is and the importance of data driven. The session will give some examples of 3D, the gaps in 3D and how we can bridge the gap. 

    Lecture 3: The discussion will also provide an overview of the data that LGUs are required to collect under national policies. The discussion will provide a strategy on how to simplify data collection to meet the requirements for analysis and reporting. 

    Lecture 4. This session will focus on 3D and Planning and Budgeting in LGUs. The session will cover 4 key aspects: Introduction to Planning and Budgeting and Data, Planning and Budgeting Process in LGUs, 3D Principles and Elements in Local Planning and Budgeting, and finally, an application workshop.   

    Lecture 5. This session provides an overview of the Mandanas Garcia Ruling as a backdrop for data driven development at the local government level. The lecture discusses the challenges and opportunities of the Mandanas Ruling for LGU stakeholders. 

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    Course 4. Data Preparation and Analysis

    This course has 5 short lectures.

    Lecture 1: This lecture will discuss some fundamentals of data – why they are important, what they are used for, and the things we must remember when we handle and deploy data. These are basic concepts that will hopefully enrich our appreciation and understanding of data, and how they relate to things that matter to us.

    Lecture 2: This discussion will introduce what data driven development (3D) is and the importance of data driven. The session will give some examples of 3D, the gaps in 3D and how we can bridge the gap. 

    Lecture 3: The discussion will also provide an overview of the data that LGUs are required to collect under national policies. The discussion will provide a strategy on how to simplify data collection to meet the requirements for analysis and reporting. 

    Lecture 4. This session will focus on 3D and Planning and Budgeting in LGUs. The session will cover 4 key aspects: Introduction to Planning and Budgeting and Data, Planning and Budgeting Process in LGUs, 3D Principles and Elements in Local Planning and Budgeting, and finally, an application workshop.   

    Lecture 5. This session provides an overview of the Mandanas Garcia Ruling as a backdrop for data driven development at the local government level. The lecture discusses the challenges and opportunities of the Mandanas Ruling for LGU stakeholders.