UBSTE and UBSCJPS best practices in preparation for the board examination

Dr. Charesma Grace K. Lud-ayen1 and Dr. Rhoda C. Tique2
1Dean, SCJPS University of Baguio, Baguio City Philippines
2UB LET Review Coordinator University of Baguio, Baguio City Philippines


This study explores the best practices of the UB School of Teachers Education and School of Criminal Justice and Public Safety in preparation for the board examination. It aims to explore the best practices of the two schools in terms of their preparation of their graduates in taking the board examination leading to a better plan for future board takers. The researchers used qualitative research using the Appreciative Inquiry design aligning to the 4-D Model. There are 13 respondents from STE and 12 from SCJPS. Personal, collaborative, and school initiated practices helped the graduates pass the examination. The schools both conduct boards, formal or regular reviews and seminars. However, each have unique practices that are tailored to their programs. Other board courses of the University can adopt the best practices from the two schools. The University should continue in supporting the different practices including the enhancements to be done by the schools, planning on how to cascade the practices to the different Schools with board courses, and benchmarking to determine replicable activities from other Schools.

Keywords: Best practices, Board examination, Board takers, Criminologists Licensure Examination(CLE), Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET)

February 8, 2021
UB RJ Vol. 44, No. 1 2020