School of Education
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Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education
|Ashley Nicole Lizama Borgonia||Jheanna Pearl Ignacio Datuin||Cameron Raye S. Diaz|
|Sabrina Ann Burgos Ishmael||Tammy Saludares Leon Guerrero||Leianne K. Lizama|
|Franory Lynn P. Mesngon||Justin Scott Michael||Mebric Sison Navisaga|
|Adonis Kier P. Ponce||Tanya Marie Tapar Reyes||Dana Shen|
|Anika D. Yamada|
Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education
|Rodger D. Dela Cruz||Jubie Fe Pueblo Castor||Kadi Marshal Yamada Camacho|
|Marcy Ann Acosta Ermitanio||Mark Anthony Mafnas Mantanona||Mary Grace Cabigting Abad|
|Christian Aaron Naputi Diaz||Gabrielle Marlene Muña||Micah Sumanqui Carlos|
|Chaina Nicole J. Pereira|
Master of Arts in Counseling
|Willenda Billimon||Christie Lynn L Blas||Theresa Moore Castro|
|April Ann Chua Cordova||Kristel De Vera Eugenio||Colleen Matilde Flores|
|Mitchell Charlamagne Johnson||Kriana Roshawn Blas Le Velle||Pauleen Uai Soltowski Mateo|
|Rema Faith Olaguera||Wolfgang M. Schwartzenweintraub||Melissa Morales Tayama|
|Francine Monique Fujihira Topasna|
Master of Arts in Teaching
|Zaira Jane Fajardo Araos|
Master of Education in Administration and Supervision
|James Michael Rayphand||Cheryl Castro Mercado Sourgose|
Master of Education in Reading
|Esther Mori Asor||JiannaNicole Crisostomo Balajadia||Angel Nadine C. Blas|
|Tillie R. Blas||Madrid Consuelo L.G. Borja||Kellie Breece Castaneto|
|Jacqueline Elaine De Leon||Diopulos Diopulos||Ronald Frendol Doculan|
|Rachel Owen Duenas||Alison Michelle Francisco||Jonnie Gilmete|
|Jessica Gilmete||June Elaine Abua Madrazo||Alexandra Therese Tamares Mandapat|
|Genessa Marie Manley||Carmerida Yolanda Yamada Nanpei||Billy Jay Agne Navarrete|
|Christine S. Nucum||Dana Lynn Pablo||Ciann Marie C. San Nicolas|
|Taylor Sehpin||Tanya Jane Tanayan Tanaliga||Mayleen Saimon Wichep|
Master of Education in Special Education
|Quintin John Duenas||Lisa Maureen Terlaje Meeks||Joann S. Meeks Susuico|
|Catherine Anne Sablan Terlaje||Charina Anne Banico Valencia|
Master of Education in Teaching English to
Speakers of Other Languages
|Samuel D. Aguon||Dolores Rosa Barcinas Santos||Jolinie Cipriano Somera|
|Gregory Mendiola Taitague|
The major mission of the School of Education is the provision of pre-service teacher education to meet the multicultural educational demands of the island's educational system as well as providing for the region as a whole. The emerging challenges brought about by social, economic, and political changes within the region have created a need to expand the School’s ability to deliver appropriate instruction and related educational services. Thus, an integral part of the School's mission is becoming the academic, research, and service resource center for Guam and the greater Micronesian areas.
The School of Education provides initial preparation and continuing education opportunities to aspiring teachers, and other professional personnel engaged in educational activities on Guam, the Western Pacific region and the U.S. mainland. These purposes are accomplished primarily through classroom instruction and related practicum activities monitored and coordinated by the teaching faculty.
School requirements presently meet teacher certification requirements for Guam, the Commonwealth of the Northern Marinas Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, the Republic of the Marshalls, the Republic of Palau and many U.S. states. Students are responsible for becoming familiar with certification requirements of the geographic areas in which they plan to seek employment. Students need to be aware that certification requirements change and that it is the student’s responsibility to be aware of changing standards for certification.
Programs to prepare candidates for teacher certification in elementary, secondary, second language elementary, special education provided by the University of Guam School of Education are accepted by the Guam Commission on Educator Certification (GCEC).
The mission of the School of Education is to prepare teachers, professionals, and leaders in education to meet the multicultural educational demands of Guam and the region in the Pacific.
Micronesia is a region of proud histories and rich cultural traditions. The educators of our many peoples must celebrate and perpetuate the heritage of our islands and teach our children to celebrate our diversity. Our educators also face the daunting task of preparing our children to prosper in an increasingly competitive world economy.
The School of Education is deeply rooted in the traditions and successes of Guam and those of our neighboring island nations. Our goal is to develop educators who will teach our multicultural society multiculturally. Our graduates, as teachers, must also sponsor the educational improvements that will allow our children to compete in an expanding society and changing world. We believe that this is best accomplished through the development of highly competent, autonomous educators who have positive attitudes about our cultures and our children and who understand and embrace the distinct professional and social responsibilities of Micronesian education. We will continue to foster a system of education that is highly rigorous.
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The 59th Student Government Association will host a virtual Welcome Back event for all new and returning UOG students from Jan. 20-21.
President Krise has issued the following statement on the riot at the U.S. Capitol
School of Education Building
General Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Foundations, Educational Research and Humans Studies (FERHS)
Phone: (671) 735-2423
Teacher Education and Public Service (TEPS)
Phone: (671) 735-2430
Phone: (671) 735-2400
Word Processing Secretary
Phone: (671) 735-2476
Joann Diego, DBA
Program Coordinator III
Phone: (671) 735-2442
Phone: (671) 735-2458
Program Coordinator I
IT Support Technician
Dr. Alicia Aguon, Dean
School of Education
University of Guam
UOG Station Mangilao, Guam 96923
Phone: 735-2444/2476 Fax: 734-3651
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