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PACUCOA SN Area II.D.1-9

PACUCOA-SN-Area-II.-D.1-9

SCHOOL OF NURSING

PACUCOA

LEVEL III REACCREDITATION VISIT

AREA II

FACULTY

The faculty is what makes the school.
In light of this, a strong faculty would consist of highly
qualified and competent faculty members.

Faculty members, to be effective should, however, be
properly compensated and enjoy the security of tenure.
A policy of fair and equitable distribution of teaching
assignments, together with clear incentives for promotion
should be present in the institution.

D. TEACHING
ASSIGNMENT

The percentage of full-time instructors should be
sufficiently large to ensure effective instruction and
constant guidance of students. A full-time instructor
is one who has a normal teaching load and spends
the remainder of the day in research, study, or other
non-teaching activities calculated to advance the
interest of the students in the college. Sixty percent
(60%) of the instructional staff will normally be
expected to meet this.

Faculty members should be given teaching

assignments along with their major or minor fields of

specialization. Co-curricular assignments should be

distributed, as much as possible, to involve all

faculty members.

The teaching load of faculty members should not be
so heavy to allow sufficient preparation for classes,
adequate evaluation of student's achievement, and
professional growth of the teachers themselves.

The number of faculty members should be adequate
for the educational program offered, the school’s
enrollment, and the special needs of students.

D. Teaching Assignment

D.1. A policy of determining teaching assignments is adopted and followed.

Provided hereinunder is the Faculty Load Preparation, Approval, and Distribution Policy of Letran Calamba stipulated in Chapter IV
of the Faculty Handbook, Revised edition for AY 2019-2022
of the Faculty Handbook

Chapter IV
FACULTY LOAD PREPARATION, APPROVAL,AND DISTRIBUTION

02:00-00-QP-06

The Colegio recognizes the importance of well-delivered instruction. As part of its commitment to excellence in the education and
training of the students, the Colegio has set academic standards and structures towards realization of this end. To ensure academic
excellence, the faculty member who will deliver the course must be an expert of the subject area that is assigned to him/ her. Thus,
assignment of faculty load must be based on academic qualification/specialization, industry or subject area exposure, and teaching
experience or performance.

Section 1. DEFINITION OF TERMS

1.1 Faculty Load refers to the academic workload assigned to faculty members by their Academic Heads and commonly measured in
terms of class hours and equivalent units.

1.2 Regular Teaching Load refers to a teaching load of not less than 18 hours or its equivalent in units per week.

1.3 Excess Teaching Load is any teaching load beyond 18 hours or their equivalent in units per week.

1.4 Part-Time Load is a teaching load of less than 18 hours or their equivalent in units per week.

Section 2. General Policies

2.1 Faculty load is based on the availability of courses as per prepared schedule of course offerings on a per
semester/trimester/annual basis.

2.2 Load assignment shall consider the optimization of resources, such as manpower and facilities.

2.3 Load assignment shall be given to full-time faculty members based on academic qualification/specializations, employment tenure,
department seniority, and result of faculty evaluation, in that order of priority. Faculty member shall be given loads that are within their
field of competence.

2.4 Excess teaching load shall be distributed equitably to faculty members based on academic qualification/specializations,
employment tenure, department seniority, and result of faculty evaluation, in that order of priority.

2.5 Total teaching load inside and outside the Colegio should not exceed 30 hours within the five day work week.

2.6 Subject preparation shall be limited to a maximum of four lecture and/or laboratory load subject to quality procedure on
course/subject preparation (02:00-00-QP-07). Deviation requires prior approval of the Vice President for Academics (VPA).

2.7 Compliance with academic procedure on loading should be observed except in exigency cases when no qualified faculty member
is available.

2.8 The faculty member shall submit duly accomplished Declaration of Intent to Teach (02:00-00-FO-19) to the Principal/Dean’s Office
at least two months prior to start of the trimester for graduate school, semester/inter-semester of college and senior high school and
academic year for pre-school to junior high school.

2.9 The Summary Report on Declaration of Intent to Teach (02:00-00-FO-20) shall be the basis for determining the preferred course
of the faculty by the Chair/Co-Chair/Academic Head.

2.10 The Academic Head shall submit the summary report on declaration of intent to teach using 02:00-00-FO-20 at least two
months prior to start of the trimester for graduate school, semester/inter-semester of college and senior high school and
academic year for pre-school to junior high school to OVPA.

2.11 For monitoring purposes, each school shall generate a summary of the faculty’s final teaching load using the Letran
School System

Section 3. Specific Policies

3.1 The Academic Head, together with the Chairs/Co-Chairs, shall prepare the faculty load three months prior to start of
classes.

3.2 The courses shall be divided into those that need the services of other schools/department (e.g. General Education
courses) and professional courses that are to be taught by school-based faculty.

3.3 The general education faculty shall be assigned to departments or schools to facilitate an integral schedule conducive for
both teachers and students. The time and section per course and teacher shall be indicated.

3.4 Once the faculty member is identified, s/he should be advised of his/her assignment and schedule using the Pre-school to
Junior High School Tentative Teaching Assignment (02:00-00-FO-21), Senior High School Tentative Teaching Assignment
(02:00-00-FO-22), College Tentative Teaching Assignment (02:00-00-FO-23), and Graduate School Tentative Teaching
Assignment (02:00-00-FO-24). The draft should indicate that it is a tentative list of courses that s/he will teach during the
upcoming semester or inter-semester. The faculty member should signify acceptance of the course assignment by signing the
draft.

3.5 Faculty Load. The faculty member shall be given loads as follows:

3.5.1 Permanent and probationary full-time faculty member shall be given a regular load of 18 hours or their unit equivalent
per week subject to availability of loads;

3.5.2 External Part-time faculty members are to be given a maximum of 12 teaching hours or their equivalent in units.

3.5.3 Internal full-time faculty members who are administrators may be given a maximum load of nine hours or their
equivalent in units. The schedule of the teaching load should be outside of their regular working hours, unless otherwise
endorsed by the Department Head and approved by the Human Resource Department. In cases where teaching
assignment during office hours is approved, his/her working hours shall be adjusted to complete the required number of
office work hours.

3.5.4 Internal full-time faculty members who are employees may be given six hours or their equivalent in units. The
schedule of the teaching load should be outside of their regular working hours, unless otherwise endorsed by the
Department Head and approved by the Human Resource Department. In cases where teaching assignment during office
hours is approved, his/her working hours shall be adjusted to complete the required number of office work hours.

3.5.5 Full-time faculty members in the School of Nursing shall be assigned a teaching load of not less than 18 hours per
week or its equivalent in units which may be a combination of lecture and the RLE load.

3.5.6 Excess teaching loads shall be distributed equitably to faculty members based on the following order of priorities:

3.5.6.1 Educational qualifications/ specialization;
3.5.6.2 Teaching experience and length of stay/seniority in the Colegio; and
3.5.6.3 Faculty performance appraisal of at least very good rating coming from the classroom observation by Academic
Heads/ Chairs, faculty evaluation by students and peers, and performance appraisal of self validated by the Academic
Head.

3.5.7 Other bases on granting excess teaching load include:
3.5.7.1 Consistent compliance with school requirements such as submitting grades on time, attending classes
regularly, participating in departmental and institutional activities/ convocations; and
3.5.7.2 Their loading will not conflict with other departmental or institutional assignments and functions such as
research and extension.

3.5.8 Teaching load of permanent full time faculty member shall be distributed within five class days of the week and shall not
exceed the regular eight hour workday except in exigency cases. In cases when the number of days and hours exceed five
and eight, respectively, excess hours shall be considered as overtime and shall be compensated according to the terms of the
Collective Bargaining Agreement. (CBA)

3.5.9 In exigency cases when the teaching load exceeds 30 hours per week, a differential pay is given to the faculty
concerned.

3.5.10 A practicum subject offered in regular semester shall be assigned with equivalent 4 hours/week of moderatorship for 1-
35 students and 5 hours/week of moderatorship for 1-50 students;

3.6 Limitations on the Subject Preparations of Permanent Full-Time Faculty. The subject preparations shall not exceed four. In
special cases when a faculty member agrees to an additional subject preparation beyond four offered by the Academic Head, a
permanent faculty member shall be compensated according to the terms of the CBA.

3.7 Limitations on the Subject Preparations and Load of Probationary Full-Time Faculty. The subject preparation and number of
hours rendered per week of the probationary faculty member shall be limited to a maximum of four lecture and/or laboratory and
twenty-four hours per week, respectively. In special cases when a probationary faculty member agrees to an additional subject
preparation and excess in number of hours per week offered by the Academic Head, the former shall not be entitled to differential
pay.

3.8 Inter-semester Teaching Load. To provide equal opportunities for qualified faculty members to teach within their area of
specialization in inter-semester, the following conditions shall be observed in the distribution of load:

3.8.1 Faculty members assigned to teach subjects/courses within their field of specialization shall be given an inter-
semester load of not more than 10 hours for lecture or 30 hours per week for lecture with laboratory;
3.8.2 In the School of Nursing, an inter-semester RLE load of not more than two units or equivalent to 102 hours for the
whole inter-semester period may be given to faculty members;
3.8.3 A practicum subject shall be assigned with equivalent 12 hours/week of moderatorship for 1-35 students and 15
hours/week of moderatorship for 1-50 students;
3.8.4 The scheduling of 54 hours for 3 units must be followed strictly during the inter-semester period, i.e., 2 hours/ day for
27 days only or 3 hours/ day (three times a week) for 6 weeks. In the School of Nursing, a compressed class schedule may
be allowed to enable students to comply with the RLE schedule.
3.8.5 Subjects with less or more than 3 units shall be adjusted accordingly but in no instance shall classes be held more
than 3 straight hours a day or more than 8 hours/day or 30 hours per week, if with laboratory.
3.8.6 The subject preparation of faculty members shall be limited to two preparations only including the laboratory.
3.8.7 For proper scheduling, the Academic Head shall ask the faculty members at least three months before the start of
inter-semester for their teaching availability in intersemester.
3.8.8 Qualified probationary faculty members shall be assigned inter-semester teaching loads only after the regular faculty
members have been given their teaching load based on the latter’s qualification and availability of the subjects.

3.9 The Tentative Teaching Assignment shall be prepared and issued to the faculty member at least one month before the start of
the academic year for Basic Education Department and semester or inter-semester in all schools by the Academic Head. The form
should indicate that the same may still be subject/course to change until adjustment for courses closes, and the preparation of
syllabus is expected on a certain schedule.

3.10 The Final Teaching Assignment (02:00-00-FO-25, 02:00-00-FO-26, 02:00-00-FO-27, 02-00-00-FO-28) shall be issued to the
faculty member by the Academic Head once the adjustment period ends. It must be signed by the faculty member and the
Academic Head and submitted to the OVPA for approval. The Vice President for Religious Education, Mission, and Identity
approves the faculty load of the Religious Education Department.

3.11 Any changes in the faculty load as to time and subject/course assignment should be reflected in the system-generated Final
Teaching Assignment.

3.12 The Academic Head, in coordination with the Chair/Co-Chair, should submit the Faculty Roster (02:00-00-FO-40) and Faculty
Profile (02:00-00-FO-41) to OVPA at least three weeks after the class for the term begins.

.

D.2. The percentage of faculty members employed on full-time basis meets the CHED requirements.
Check/tick ( / ) those that apply:
a. General education faculty members
b. Professional courses faculty members

CMO 15 Series 2017
POLICIES, STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES FOR THE BACHELOR. OF SCIENCE IN NURSING

Graph #1 GENED Faculty Members with Graph #2 Nursing Faculty Members
Full Time Permanent Status
with Full Time Permanent Status

External Part
Time
16.7%

Full Time

Permanent

Full Time 83.3%

Permanent

B.2. There is a long-ra1n0g0%e plan for the recruitment of faculty members. (HR long range plan for recruitment)
The School of Nursing has twelve (12) faculty members for the 2nd Semester AY 2020-2021. Six (6) faculty members

teaching General Education courses have full-time permanent status(100%) Five (5) faculty teaching professional

Nursing courses have full-time status(83.33%). Four (4) faculty are permanent and one (1) faculty is in probationary

status. One (1) faculty has an external part-time status(16.7%). This will show that the percentage of the Letran SN

faculty for both GenEd and Professional Courses employed on a full-time basis meets the CHED requirements.

D.3. Faculty members are given teaching assignments, only along their major or minor fields of specialization.

Check/tick ( / ) those that apply:
a. General education faculty members (Faculty Profile)

b. Professional courses faculty members (Faculty Profile)

Provided hereinunder is the GENED Faculty Load of the School of Nursing for the
Second Semester of the Academic Year 2020-2021:

FACULTY PROFILE
Educational Qualifications as compared to their Teaching Load

SCHOOL OF NURSING
2nd Semester, Academic Year 2020-2021

FACULTY EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS TEACHING LOAD
(NAME, LICENSE NUMBER & BACHELOR'S & GRADUATE DEGREE (COURSE CODE/NAME/UNITS/HOURS)
(MAJOR & MINOR, SCHOOL AND YEAR
EXPIRY DATE) COMPLETED)

Bachelor of Physical Education, Polytechnic PE022-18
University of the Philippines, 1997 Rhythmic Activities

Dalena, Frederick R. Master of Arts Major in Physical Education &
Sports

National College of Physical Education,
Pamantasan Lungsod ng Manila 2002

Bachelor of Secondary
Education Major in English,
Philippine Normal University, 1990

MAEd major in English Language Teaching GEC043
Philippine Normal University, 2009 The Contemporary World

Ph. D. in English

Daytia, Precious A. Language Education

B.2. There is a long-range plan foPrhthilieprpeincreuNitomremnatloUfnfaivceurlstyitym-Memanbielar,sJ. u(HnRe 2lo0n1g7 range plan for recruitment)
to present

FACULTY EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS TEACHING LOAD
(NAME, LICENSE NUMBER & BACHELOR'S & GRADUATE DEGREE (COURSE CODE/NAME/UNITS/HOURS)
(MAJOR & MINOR, SCHOOL AND YEAR
EXPIRY DATE) COMPLETED)

Ella, Jennibelle R. AB Communication Arts, 1990 GEC063
Non-degree Course in Development Purposive Communication

Communication,
University of the Philippines Los Baños, 2003

Master in Public Affairs Specialized in Educational
Management, University of the Philippines Los
Baños, 2005

PhD in Applied Linguistic
De La Salle University, Manila

2019

AB Philosophy, GEC053
Polytechnic University of the Philippines Art Appreciation

Oliveros, Jayson N. Manila, 1999
l:
MA Philosophy
University of the Philippines
Diliman, Quezon City 2013

BEED Major in Religious Education Sta.
Catalina College Legarda, 2000

Master in Education Major in Religious and

Values Education, RELED073

De La Salle University Taft, Manila, 2008 Contemporary Issues about Church

and Human Society with Immersion

PHD in Applied Cosmic Anthropology

Salud, Audrey Vincentine S. Asian Social Institute Malate Manila

B.2.VPTaRhlCiedrRueenigstilNa: o1lo.00n/83g11-3/r2a40n32g62e plan for the recruitmFeinnitshoef dfaCcuolmtypmreeimnb2e0r1s0. (HR long range plan for recruitment)

FACULTY EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS TEACHING LOAD
(NAME, LICENSE NUMBER & BACHELOR'S & GRADUATE DEGREE (COURSE CODE/NAME/UNITS/HOURS)
(MAJOR & MINOR, SCHOOL AND YEAR
EXPIRY DATE) COMPLETED)

BS Agriculture major in Animal Science Special,
University of the Philippines Los Baños, 1998

Special Philosophy Program St. Peter's College
Seminary, 2002

Values Education NSTP2-18

Unit Earner, Laguna College of Business and National Service Training Program 2

Arts, 2010

Yanoria, Sherwin D. MA in Theology Major in Pastoral Theology
Divine Word School of Theology - Tagaytay,

2012

MS in Psychology, Laguna College of Business
and Arts, 9 units

B.2. There is a long-range plan for the recruitment of faculty members. (HR long range plan for recruitment)

Provided hereinunder is the Professional Faculty Load of the School of Nursing for the
Second Semester of the Academic Year 2020-2021:

FACULTY PROFILE
Work Experience as compared to their Teaching Load

SCHOOL OF NURSING
2nd Semester, Academic Year 2020-2021

FACULTY WORK EXPERIENCE TEACHING LOAD
(NAME, LICENSE NUMBER & (CLINICAL & TEACHING EXPERIENCE) (COURSE CODE/NAME/UNITS/HOURS)

EXPIRY DATE)

B.2. There is a long-range plan for the recruitment of faculty members. (HR long range plan for recruitment)

FACULTY WORK EXPERIENCE TEACHING LOAD
(NAME, LICENSE NUMBER & (CLINICAL & TEACHING EXPERIENCE) (COURSE CODE/NAME/UNITS/HOURS)

EXPIRY DATE)

B.2. There is a long-range plan for the recruitment of faculty members. (HR long range plan for recruitment)

FACULTY WORK EXPERIENCE TEACHING LOAD
(NAME, LICENSE NUMBER & (CLINICAL & TEACHING EXPERIENCE) (COURSE CODE/NAME/UNITS/HOURS)

EXPIRY DATE)

a. Clinical: 20 years a. CHM073 Biochemistry 3u/54hrs
School Physician b. CHM072L Biochemistry Lab
2u/108hrs
Food & Health Services Officer c. McroPra063 Microbiology &
Colegio de San Juan de Letran Calamba Parasitology 3u/54hrs
2009-July 2019 d.McroPra061L Microbiology &
Parasitology Lab 1u/54hrs
Family Physician
Calamba Medical Doctors Clinic, Inc. e.NCM 101-18 Health Assessment
Calamba City, Laguna .3u/54hrs
December 2011 to June 2012
f.RLE101-18 Related Learning
Consultant Staff Experiences (HA) 6u/108hrs
Industrial and Occupational Health Clinic
Ibalio, Jonathan Q. Pamana Medical Center
PRC Reg No. 91183 Savior Medical and Dental Cooperative
Valid until: 11/09/2021 Calamba City, Laguna
October 2007 to December 2011

Medical Officer III
Pagamutang Pangmasa ng Laguna
(Laguna Community Hospital) Bay, Laguna
April 2005 to April 2006

School Physician: Philippine Women’s University
Career Development and Continuing Education Center
Calamba City, Laguna
November 1999 to November 2005

Resident Physician (Occupational Health & Safety
Medicine) Calamba Medical Center, Laguna,
September 1999 to March 2005

Barangay Health Physician
Barangay Baclaran, Parañaque City, Philippines
May 1999 to September 1999

b. Teaching: 22 years Quality Policy on
Senior Instructor A Job Description
of the School of
Colegio de San Juan de Letran Calamba Nursing Faculty
November 2004 to present
Level 2 QMS
Part-time College Instructor
Sts. John and Paul Colleges
Department of Nursing, Calamba City, Laguna
June 2004 to Present

Part-time Instructor (Care Giver course)
Philippine Women’s University
Career Development and Continuing Education Center
Barangay Crossing, Calamba City, Laguna
November 1999 to April 2004

FACULTY WORK EXPERIENCE TEACHING LOAD
(NAME, LICENSE NUMBER & (CLINICAL & TEACHING EXPERIENCE) (COURSE CODE/NAME/UNITS/HOURS)

EXPIRY DATE)

Samson, Margarita M., RN, MAN a. Clinical: 7 years a. RLE 107-18
PRC Reg No. 119254 Human Resource Director/Marketing Related Learning Experiences
Valid until: 2/22/2022 Director/Hospital Administrator - OIC
(MCN 1) 8.5u/
(Consultancy Basis). 153hrs
St. John the Baptist Medical Center, Inc
July 2011 – April 2016 b.RLE 112-18
Related Learning Experiences
Marketing Officer
San Jose Hospital& Trauma Center (MS1).7.56 u/
October 15, 2002 - November 30,2003 136hrs

Senior Staff Nurse in Medical/Surgical/ c.RLE 114-18
Pediatrics/OB ward Related Learning Experiences
August 21, 2001 – September 25, 2002
Lakeview Community Healthcare (COP) 2.83 u/
51hrs
b. Teaching: 19 years
Assistant Professor C (Maternal & Child Nursing, d.RLE 115-18
TFN, DR/OR, MS, FNP, HA, HE, NTN, Psych) RLE Nursing
Research 1.89u/
Colegio de San Juan de Letran Calamba
School of Nursing, June 2005-present 34hrs
e.RLE 116-18
Bureau of Jail Management and Penology Related Learning Experiences
Guest Lecturer, December 2015 (MS2) 6.22 u/

Holy Angel University – Angeles Pampanga 112hrs
Guest Lecturer Graduate Program
May 2012 – April 2014

Assistant Instructor
AMA School of Medicine
November 2003 – March 2005

c. Others: 3 years
Senior Manager
Leading Apothecary Inc.
(ShoeMart Affiliate)
December 11, 1997 – August 30, 2000

D.4. Full time faculty members who handle professional subjects are responsible for both classroom and RLE.

CMO 15 Series 2017
POLICIES, STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES FOR THE BACHELOR. OF SCIENCE IN NURSING

Provided hereinunder are some provisions on Related Learning Experience (RLE) Guidelines stipulated under the
Quality Procedure of the School of Nursing:

4.10 The faculty in charge of classroom instruction shall supervise students in their RLE. In the case of team teaching, there
should be close coordination and collaboration between the lecturer and the clinical faculty.
5. 1 Faculty Loading

5.1.1. The AH assigns faculty in the specific nursing course taking into consideration the expertise of the faculty in that
nursing field.
5.1.2. The AH prepares loading of the faculty in charge of the professional nursing course in the classroom shall also
supervise students in the RLE.
5.1.3. In the case of team teaching, the AH should include the faculty in charge of the professional nursing course in the
classroom as the subject coordinator to have close coordination and collaboration between the lecturer and the clinical
faculty for the attainment of the outcome objectives per professional nursing course.

Quality Policy on
Job Description
of the School of
Nursing Faculty

Level 2 QMS

Provided hereinunder is a comparison of the Professional Faculty Load of the School of Nursing for the
First & Second Semester of the Academic Year 2020-2021:

Ms. Analin Bacelonia's Faculty Load Ms. Analin Bacelonia's Faculty Load
First Semester of the Academic Year 2020-2021 Second Semester of the Academic Year 2020-2021

Ms. Analin P. Bacelonia, RN, MAN was the faculty in charge of the following professional nursing courses

during the 1st Semester AY 2020-2021: Quality Policy on
a. NCM 107-18: Care of Mother, Child & Adolescent (Well Client)

b.NCM 112-18: Care of Clients with Problems in Oxygenation, Fluids, & Electrolyte, Infectious, InfJlaombmDaetosryc,ri&ption

Immunologic Response, Cellular Aberration, Acute & Chronic of the School of

Ms. Analin P. Bacelonia, RN, MAN is RLE 111-18: RLE Nursing Research 1 following RLE couNrLuseerssviendlgu2rFinQagMctuhSlety
the faculty in charge of supervising the

2nd Semester AY 2020-2021:

a. RLE 107-18: Related Learning Experiences (MCN 1) Delivery Room

b. RLE 112-18: Related Learning Experiences (MS) Medical Ward

c. RLE 115-18: RLE Nursing Research 2

D.5. Teaching loads of faculty members (botFhafceuuvlllat-lytuimEatveioaalnunadotfiposantrutbd-tyeimnCtelsa)'saaslcloShwiteuvsdeuemfnfitecsnieFt.notrmtime for preparation of classes and adequate
Provided hereinunder are some provisions on the

FACULTY LOAD PREPARATION, APPROVAL, AND DISTRIBUTION 02:00-00-QP-06 of the Faculty Handbook 2019-2022
3.5 Faculty Load. The faculty member shall be given loads as follows:
3.5.1 Permanent and probationary full-time faculty member shall be given a regular load of 18 hours or their unit equivalent
per week subject to availability of loads;
3.5.2 External Part-time faculty members are to be given a maximum of 12 teaching hours or their equivalent in units.
3.5.5 Full-time faculty members in the School of Nursing shall be assigned a teaching load of not less than 18 hours per
week or its equivalent in units which may be a combination of lecture and the RLE load.
3.5.8 Teaching load of permanent full time faculty member shall be distributed within five class days of the week and shall
not exceed the regular eight hour workday except in exigency cases.
Provided hereinunder is the Faculty Load of the School of Nursing for the Second Semester of the Academic Year 2020-2021:

Full Time Probationary
Faculty Member

Full-Time Permanent
Faculty Member

The School of Nursing Faculty Teaching Philosophy

Full-Time Permanent
Faculty Member

External Part Time
Faculty Member

Full-Time Permanent
Faculty Member

Full-Time Permanent
Faculty Member

D.6. The quality of a teacher’s performance is considered when assigning faculty load.

Provided hereinunder is section 2.3, Chapter IV of the Faculty Load Preparation, Approval, and Distribution Policy of
Letran Calamba stipulated in the Faculty Handbook, Revised edition for AY 2019-2022

2.3 Load assignment shall be given to full-time faculty members based on academic qualification/specializations,
employment tenure, department seniority, and result of faculty evaluation, in that order of priority. Faculty member
shall be given loads that are within their field of competence.

Quality Policy on Quality Policy on REQUISITION,
REQUISITION, RECRUITMENT, SELECTION,
RECRUITMENT,
SELECTION, AND AND PLACEMENT
PLACEMENT 27:00-00-QP-01
27:00-00-QP-01 5.3.7

5.3.6.1 Background Investigation

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D.7. Provision is made for the equitable distribution of extra-class responsibilities of the faculty.

2.1.6 Responsibilities of the position or work in the areas of professional, instructional, research, extension services, and

administrative responsibilities as specified in the job descriptions or work standards set by the Colegio.

2.1.6.1 Professional Service. It is the duty and responsibility of Letran faculty members to be aware all the time of their

professional function – that of giving the best of themselves in achieving the highest academic standard through a truly realistic

Catholic education that leads to their total formation by setting themselves as models through honest andRegqouodisietixoanm, ples that are
guided by Christian principles.
Recruitment,

2.1.6.2 Teaching Service. The Letran faculty members are expected to facilitate the acquisition of Skenloewclteiodng,eanandd skills and
enhancement of values of studies toward the development of their analytical and creative facultiePs.laIcnecmludeendt oifnthteeaching are
academic consultation and advising and other initiatives that facilitate the process of learning consisFteanctulyltytoHwaanrddsbothoek,attitude of

the vision and mission of Letran. Revised edition for

Academic Year

2.1.6.3 Research Service. Teachers are expected to devote time to update their teaching strategies a2n0d19s-u2b0je2c2t coverage by

devoting time for researchand publication. Primarily, their research should be able to address the needs of3t.h3e.i1r5discipline or field

of study. They may be appointed as research moderator in a particular program.

2.1.6.4 Extension Service. Letran faculty members must involve themselves in extension services benefiting the community inside
and beyond Letran. They may be appointed as Community and Extension Services (CES) moderator in a particular program.

2.1.6.5 Administrative Responsibilities. Letran faculty are expected to fulfill the following responsibilities:

2.1.6.5.1 Attend official departmental and institutional functions such as but not limited to holy mass, faculty meeting, and
commencement exercises.
2.1.6.5.2 Be available for academic consultation and other services expected from them.
2.1.6.5.3 Wear appropriate attire including school ID for classes and official college functions.
2.1.6.5.4 Be informed of the official announcements and other materials pertaining to faculty through bulletin boards, circulars,
handbooks, or manuals, among others.
2.1.6.5.5 Render the required residence hours in school.
2.1.6.5.6 Prepare for teaching assignment.
2.1.6.5.7 Accomplish regular clearance procedure.

D.8. The student-faculty ratio follows the standards:

Check/tick ( / ) those that apply:

a. Classroom instruction

1:50 (non-language) Class list

1:40 (language) Class List

b. Science Laboratories

1:20 Class List

c. Related Learning Experience Requisition,

Level II – 1:8 Class List Recruitment,
Level III – 1:10 Class List Selection, and
Level IV – 1:12 Class List Placement of the

Faculty Handbook,

CMO 15 Series 2017 Revised edition for

POLICIES, STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES FOR THE BACHELOR. OF SCIENCE IN NUARcSaIdNeGmic Year
2019-2022

3.3.15

A. Classroom: Provided hereinunder is the Class List of CHM073 BIOCHEM with a Class Size of 18

B. Science Laboratories: Provided hereinunder is the Class List of CHM073 BIOCHEMISTRY LAB with a Class Size of 18

Requisition,
Recruitment,
Selection, and
Placement of the
Faculty Handbook,
Revised edition for
Academic Year
2019-2022

3.3.15

C. Related Learning Experience:

CMO 15 Series 2017
POLICIES, STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES FOR THE BACHELOR. OF SCIENCE IN NURSING

B. Related Learning Experience: Provided hereinunder is the RLE Class List per year level.

LEVEL 1: RLE 101-18 Related Learning Experience (HA)

Requisition,
Recruitment,
Selection, and
Placement of the
Faculty Handbook,
Revised edition for
Academic Year
2019-2022

3.3.15

LEVEL 2: RLE 103-18 Related Learning Experience (FNP)

LEVEL 3: RLE 114-18 Related Learning Experience (COP)

D.9. The class schedule in relation to RLE is congruent with classroom instruction.
LETRAN CALAMBA FLEXIBLE LEARNING POLICY DURING THIS COVID 19 PANDEMIC

COPY OF THE BSN CURRICULUM AY 2018-2019

COPY OF THE BSN CURRICULUM AY 2018-2019

COPY OF THE MODIFIED BSN CURRICULUM AY 2020-2021 for incoming 2nd year

COPY OF THE MODIFIED BSN CURRICULUM AY 2020-2021 for incoming 2nd year

COPY OF THE CLASS AND RLE SCHEDULE UNDER THE BSN CURRICULUM AY 2019-2020

1st Semester AY 2019-2020

COPY OF THE CLASS AND RLE SCHEDULE UNDER THE BSN CURRICULUM AY 2019-2020

1st Semester AY 2019-2020

COPY OF THE CLASS AND RLE SCHEDULE UNDER THE MODIFIED BSN CURRICULUM AY 2020-2021 (for
incoming 2nd year)

1st Semester AY 2020-2021

COPY OF THE SECOND YEAR CLASS AND RLE SCHEDULE UNDER THE MODIFIED BSN CURRICULUM AY
2020-2021 (for incoming 2nd year)

2nd Semester AY 2020-2021


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