Class Suspensions on 12 October 2016

Per Memo Order No. MLT 16-181 dated 28 September 2016 from Chancellor Michael L. Tan, in view of the conduct of the Alternative Classroom Learning Experience (ACLE) once again by the University Student Council (USC) in different venues within UP Diliman, classes will be suspended on 12 October 2016, Wednesday, from 1:00 PM to 5:30 PM.

Please be advised that students who will be attending should coordinate with the USC for the list of student organizations sponsoring the activities and for the issuance of attendance cards.

Class Suspension at ALL Levels in UPCEd (September 1 – 3, 2016)

Per MEMORANDUM MTAPB -16-010, day and evening classes at the College of Education will be SUSPENDED from September 1 to 3, 2016 to allow faculty, staff and students to participate in the 9th International Conference on Teacher Education. The ICTED is a biennial international conference sponsored by our college.
This year’s conference theme focuses on Teacher Agency and Educational Reform. For more information, please visit

Call for Applications: TEACHING EARLY GRADES





POSITION: Assistant or Associate Professor of Teaching in the Early Grades
DIVISION: Division of Curriculum and Instruction
INSTITUTION: College of Education, University of the Philippines Diliman
START OF TEACHING: January 2017, Second Semester AY 2016-2017

The Faculty of the UP Diliman College of Education seeks one full time assistant/associate professor of Teaching in the Early Grades. Applicants should complement and extend the existing strengths in various areas of the current faculty in Teaching in the Early Grades.



  • With an undergraduate degree and MA in Education in Early Childhood Education, Teaching in the Early Grades, Reading Education, Child Development (or other closely related fields) from a reputable university
  • Extensive experience in teaching the basic subject areas in kindergarten and early grades (preferably more than five years)
  • Broad experience in curriculum development and assessment of K to 3 students
  • Extensive knowledge and understanding of the application of developmentally appropriate instruction in beginning reading, early numeracy, science, creative arts, and social studies

Applicants must submit the following:

(1) Letter of interest describing his/her qualifications, including research accomplishments and/or plans;
(2) Curriculum vitae
(3) College and graduate transcript of records (original or photocopy);
(4) Contact information of your current employer and last two employers, if any;
(5) Three (3) letters of reference

Address application to:

The Dean
College of Education

U.P. Diliman, Q.C.

Chair, Division of Curriculum & Instruction

College of Education
U.P. Diliman, Q.C.

Review of applications will begin immediately. The selected applicants are expected to perform the following duties: (1) teach Teaching in the Early Grades and other related courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels; (2) mentor students in practice teaching and research; (3) serve in division and college committees; (4) attend faculty meetings regularly; (5) take part in nurturing the culture of research in the College through publications and presentations in conferences; (6) render extension (community) service; and (7) develop and update syllabi for courses to be taught.