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  1. 1. EASTERN VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY BURAUEN CAMPUS BURAUEN,LEYTE In partial Fulfillment of theRequiremant of the Course Field Study 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 (PORTFOLIO) Submitted by: Ma. Linda C. yanga Bthele-II Submitted to: Dr. Petronlia Tila-On
  2. 2. Associate ProfessorDirector of Acadmics
  3. 3. Field Study 1 LEARNERS DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENT Episode 1 School as a Learning Environment SCHOOL FACILITIES CHECKLIST Facilities Available Not Description available1. Office of the principal  Clean, Well ventilated2. Library  Has a wide space3. Counseling room  Well organize4. Canteen/cafeteria  Clean5. Medical clinic  Has a complete facilities6. Audio Visual/Materials 
  4. 4. 7. Reading Center  Lots of books. My Observation Report here:Name of the school Observed: BNCSSchool address: Sta. Ana St. Buarauen, LeyteDate of Visit: July 27 2011 Burauen north central school is located at Burauen north district. The school has awide and enough space to accommodate a large numbers of pupils. There are lots ofclassrooms and all of them are clean, well ventilate and well-lighted and properlyorganized. The school has its own canteen and its clean as well as their offices. As Ilook around I have observe that the school is generally clean, fresh, and conducive tolearning. Classroom FacilitiesClassroom facilities Description(location, number, arrangement condition) 1. Wall Display Located at every wall of classroom, there are many. Well organized and eye-catching. 2. Teachers Table Located at the back near the door facing the blackboard only one teachers table.
  5. 5. 3. Learners Desk Properly arranged, 50 in all and they were in a good condition. 4. Blackboard Located at the front inside the classroom, two blackboards left and right. In a good condition. 5. Learning They are at one corner. There are lots of pictures materials/Visual aids. and visual aids and it seems that the learning materials are well-prepared. 6. News and magazines Locates at the mini-library inside the classroom. Most of them are old. 7. Comfort room Located at the back inside the classroom, one comfort room and it is clean.Your analysis: 1. How do the school campus and the classroom in particular impact on the learning of the students going to school? What is your conclusion?  The school campus and the classroom has a great impact toward the learning of the student because it influences the interest of the learners. If the school campus/the classroom and school facilities were good the students will be excited and interested in going to school and because of this they will be easily motivated to learn. I conclude that school campus and the classroom has a big impact on the learning of the students in going to school. 2. How does this relate to your knowledge of child and adolescent development/ how does it relate to your knowledge of facilitating learning?  Through the good environment of the school the child and the adolescent will be develop faster.Your reflection: 1. Would you like to teach in the school environment you just observed? Why?
  6. 6.  Yes, because for me the school that I just observed is already conducive to learning. I like the location of the school; it can be locate easily because it is on the town proper. I will not suffer in transportation unlike the school in far places.2. What kind of school campus is conducive to learning?  A kind of school campus that is properly organize, spacious enough to accommodate large numbers of students, has a complete facilities enough classrooms in a good location, clean, not noisy, free from bad odors, there are effective teachers, the school must be in a good condition and ensure the safety and protection of the students.3. What kind of classroom is conducive to learning?  A kind of classrooms which is conducive for learning is well-lighted, well- ventilated, has an enough space, has its own comfort room inside the classroom, lots of instructional materials, and complete facilities which is necessary for the whole class. And the classroom must be a place where in learners feel belongingness and has an equal treatment to the pupils.4. In the future, how can you accomplish your answer in number 3?  To accomplish a classroom which is conducive to learning in the future the best thing that I will do is by preparing myself to do this task and I will bear in mind that this is one of my goal so that I will strive hard to accomplish this.5. Write additional learning’s and insight s here:  Through observation, I have learned a lot and one of those learning’s, is that the school environment/condition affects the student’s interest in learning. But despite of this it would be much better if they will not focus on the environment of the school
  7. 7. My Personal illustration of an Effective School Environment
  8. 8. Episode 2 Learner’s Characteristics and Needs Learners’ Development Matrix Development Preschooler Elementary High school domain Indicate age range Indicate age range Indicate age range of children of children of children observed: observed: observed: 2-5 6-12 12-16 PhysicalGross-motor skills They keep on They already feel They are already roaming around and ashamed when they theirs actions and play with their Were scolded. know to be careful. classmates.Fine-motor skills They are fond in They learn how to Fond of many drawing and read. activities like coloring books. watching tV, texting, and listening to music. Self-help skills Do simple things They already know They can be able to independently like how to dress their do some task. eating alone? self. Social
  9. 9. Interaction with They are ashamed They talk to their They interact with teachers to interact with their teachers just likely respect teachers, the same on how to talk their parents. Interaction with They played They keep on They talk about theirclassmates/friend together chatting about funny crushes. things. Interest Fond of playing toys Sometimes playing Hang outs with their watching cartoon with their playmates friends. programs. Emotional Moods & They easily cry. They are happy They can already temperament, being with their hold their emotion. expression of friends while feelings playing. Emotional independence CognitiveCommunication Too poor in Can’t be able to Can communicate Skills communication pronounce words well. can’t pronounce properly. words well. Thinking skills They start to Can be able to Can be able to think become curious of answer simple and answer everything questions. questions.Problem solving They find to solve Knows how to solve Can be able to Others problem in their simple problems. solve problems. own.
  10. 10. Your analysis: Write the most salient developmental characteristics of the learners you observed. Based on these characteristics, think of implication for the teacher. Level Salient characteristics Implicate to the Teaching- Observed LearningProcessPreschoolAge range of Early childhood A teacher must narrate somelearner’s observed pre-schooler the story and show pictures.3-5 yrs. old questioning and exploratory age.ElementaryAge range oflearner’sobserved___.High schoolAge range oflearner’sobserved___.
  11. 11. Your reflections 1. While you were observing the learners, did recall your own experiences when you were their age? What similarities or differences do you have with the learners you observed?  While I was observing the learners, I did recall my own experiences when I was at their ages . in similarity to them I am also playful and every time we seen our teacher coming we keep quiet and we behave, like what the learners I have observe do. 2. Think of a teacher you cannot forget for positive or negative reasons. How did she/he help or not help you with your need (physical, emotional, social, and cognitive)? How did it affect you?  I can’t forget that teacher for negative reasons, because of her bad attitude that she don’t care about her students feelings. Whenever one of us can’t answer her question correctly she will suddenly put the students in shame and embarrass in front of the class. For that reasons during discussion I am afraid in committing mistakes and she might embarrass me if my answer is wrong I hate going to school just to attend her class because every time she begin throwing questions my heart beats faster because of nervous and I know I’m not the only one can’t concentrate with our lessons who feel that way also my classmates. Because of fear to that teacher I lose my interest to attend in her class. 3. Which is your favorite theory of development? How can this guide you as a future teacher?  My favorite theory is the reinforcement theory because it is focused on the association of events that stimulate behavior, and it concentrates on the
  12. 12. consequences. It strength then my performances of a desired behavior and it motivates me to do my best in the class. Episode 3 Classroom Management and LearningName of the school Observed: BNCSSchool address: Sta. Ana St. Buarauen, LeyteDate of Visit: aug. 2011 There are areas inside the classroom for specific purposes just like audio-visual corner mini library filipiniana section, students belonging teaching aidsand there are lots of charts are posted in the walls. There are also rules andprocedures posted in the room. And every study follows it. The daily routines done by the teachers start with prayer warm-up activities,checking of attendance, monitor assignments, discussion, giving 5 item quiz andgiving assignments. Classroom Management Matrix Aspect of classroom Description Effect on the learners Management 1. Specific areas in the Mini-library The learners just behave classroom and read books instead of playing. 2. Classroom rules It is a classrooms rules that The learners know how to
  13. 13. requires the students to follow rules and regulation follow and obey. inside the classroom. 3. Classroom This requires students These guide the learners procedures awareness and participation on what to do on every day at school. 4. daily routines These are the habitual These will make the procedure done by the students actions and teacher and the students. activities in organized. 5. Seating The student’s seats were They will not sit on the arrangement arranged alphabetically other seats it helps them to according to their family be organized. names. 6. Handling This is not giving additional It gains self discipline misbehavior/off task incentives for those who among the students. behavior. misbehave. 7. Reinforcement of Learners are rewarded and Learners are motivated and positive behavior given incentives if done and encourage to do more and follow the teachers given aims more. tasks.Your analysis 1. How did the classroom organization and routines affect the learners behavior?  Through the classroom organization and routines the learners becomes aware if what is happening inside the classroom and also because of classroom organization and routines the learners becomes discipline. 2. What should the teacher have in mind when she/he designs the classrooms organization and routines? What theories should you have in mind?  Before a teacher designs the classrooms organizations she must ask herself first if her designs will help her students learning’s. Will it be effective for teaching? A teacher must consider always her students before she designs the classroom organization and routines. 3. Which behavior strategies were effective in managing the behavior of the learners? In motivating students? Why were they effective?
  14. 14.  Giving praises good comments and rewards to the learners whenever they have good deeds. These will help the learners to be motivated and have interest with their studies. They will be encourage to study harder t o gain these praises, good comments and rewards.Your reflection 1. Imagine yourself organizing your classroom in the future. In what grade level do you see yourself? What routines would you consider for this level? Why?  I imagine myself organizing my classroom in the future in grade six level, before I start my discussion we will pray first, next is checking attendance then I will monitor if they do their assignments after that I will start my discussions and lastly I will give 5 items quiz for evaluation. 2. Make a list of the rules you are likely to implement in this level. Why would you choose these rules?  The list of the rules that I would like to implement in this level are the ff: Come to school in an exact time. Always wear your proper uniform Do not make noise when class is goin on. Be in proper seats. Keep the cleanliness of the room. I choose these rules because I know that following all of these will help the learners to be discipline, and easily if the classroom is organized well. 3. Should learners be involved in making in class rules? Why?
  15. 15.  Yes, the learners must be involved in making these class rules because, they are the main reasons why teachers make rules and it is always for the sake of them as well as to the teacher. Episode 4 Individual differences and Learners InteractionYour reflection 1. How did you feel being in what classroom? Did you feel a sense of oneness or unity among the learners and between the teacher and the learners?  Being in the classrooms I feel happy to see the learners unity and I feel a sense of oneness between the teacher and the learners. 2. In the future, how would you want learners in your classroom to interact? How will you make this happen?  In the future I want the learners in my classroom to interact in me with respect. I will make this happen by showing interaction with respect to them too. 3. How will you encourage all learners, regardless of religious, ethnic or racial background, to interact and participate?  By explaining the importance of these to them.Your analysis
  16. 16. 1. Identify the persons who play key roles in he relationships in the classrooms. What roles do they play? Is there somebody who appears to be the leader? A mascot/joker, an attention seeker, a little teacher, a double/pessimist?  The person who plays key roles in the relationships and interactions in the classrooms are the teacher, students, and classmates. The teacher is the leader. If the class is over I have observed the pupils playing, some are making jokes and some of them imitate as a little teacher.2. Are students coming from the minority group accepted or rejected by the others? How is this shown?  Yes, they were accepted this is shown by giving them attention and entertainment.3. How does the teacher influence the class interaction considering differences of the students?  The teacher influence the class interaction considering the individual differences of the students in a sense that a teacher is the one who will manage and treat them if she treat her students equally. The students will not feel bad and they will be happy to interact in the class despite of their differences.4. What factors influence the grouping of leaner’s outside the classroom?  The factors that influence the grouping of learners outside the classroom are their age, gender, or may be their ethnic background and attitude.
  17. 17. Episode 5 Individual Differences and Learners InteractionYour analysis 1. Did your observation match information given by the teacher? Were you able to correctly identify who among the students performed well and who did not? What helped you identify them? (Volunteering to answer, responding to teachers directions, etc.)  My observation matches the information given by the teachers. I was able to correctly identify who among the students performed well and who did not, through their behavior. The students who performed well volunteer easily to teachers directions. 2. Describe the difference in ability levels of the students in the class. Is there a wide gap between the students who are performing well and those are not?  There are differences in ability levels of the students in the class. Some students are performing well and some are not and there is a wide gap between them. 3. Describe the methods used by the teachers in handling the students differences in abilities/ how did the students respond to the teacher?
  18. 18.  The teacher discusses her lessons by showing pictures to her pupils so that the pupils will understand more. The pupils respond to the teacher by recitation.Your reflection 1. Recall the time when you were in the elementary or high school. Recall the high and low achievers in your class. How did your teacher deal with differences in abilities? Was your teacher effective?  As I recall time when I was in high school, I remember that I have a classmates who were high-achievers and low-achievers in our class. My teachers assign the high-achievers to be a leader and help the low- achievers to perform well. 2. With the principle of individual differences in mind, what methods and strategies will you remember in the future to ensure that will be able to meet the needs of both the high and low achievers in your class?  With the principle of individual differences in mind, in the future I will use methods and strategies in teaching to ensure that I will be able to more the needs of both the high and low achievers in my class. These methods and strategies like knowing the nature of the child and understanding them will help me meet their needs.
  19. 19. Episode 6 HOME-SCHOOL LINK The learners Development Profile (outline) The Learners Development ProfileName of the Learner: Glazyl Lyle N. CamasinSchool: BNCSDate of home visit: September 20,2011Date of birth: December 9 2000 age:10Grade/year Level: V_sped gender: FemaleFAMILY PROFILE:Number of Siblings: 1Birth order: 1Parent:Mother: Grace N. CamasinAge: 36Occupation: Principal II educational attainment: CollegeFather: Allan CamasinOccupation: PNP educational attainment: CollegeYour analysisYour findings and recommendations in the learner development profile will helpyou answer the question here.
  20. 20. 1. From your home-visit and interview, what do you think is the style of parenting experienced by the learner? Explain your answer.  2. Relating your data with what you learned from child development, what family factors do you think contribute to the development and over-all adjustment of the learner in school? 3. Does the communication between the home-school have an effect on the learner? If, yes what are these effects?Your reflections: 1. Reflect on your own development as a child. What type of parenting did you experience? How did it affect you?  I experience authoritative type of parenting. My parents are firm yet loving. They have clear and reasonable expectations. 2. As a future teacher, how would you establish good home-school collaboration? How can you work well with the parents? How can you help them? How can they help you?  As a future teacher I would establish good home-school collaboration by having a meeting in school with the parents even just once a month because through this meeting I can talk to the parents with what is happening to their child and we can help each other by changing information. about the condition of the child at home in school.
  21. 21. Optional Reflection Activities: Hearty relationship at home Often Motivates to have Education to become a Strong Citizen Having Outstanding Outlook in Life Living Independently in a Nation o f Knowledge
  22. 22. FIELD STUDY 2 EXPERINCING THE TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESS Episode 1 Looking Through the Meaningful Learning ExperiencesYour tools: 1. What principle in teaching-learning was commonly applied?  The principle in teaching-learning that were commonly applied is principle this involve the nature of the child it deals with the nature of the child who is to be educated. 2. What instructional materials were used in teaching?  Visual aids  Pictures  Concrete materials  Flashcards  Books
  23. 23. 3. Which of the principle on teaching facilitate the cognitive, metacognitive and positive motivational process of learning? Episode 2 Learners’ Characteristics and Needs MY JOURNALNAME OF THE SCHOOL OBSERVED: BNCSSCHOOL ADDRESS: DATE OF VISIT: AUG. 02 2011GRADE LEVEL: ONE SUBJECT AREAS: MATH DESCRIPTION OF TEACHING STRATEGIES: The teacher discuss the topic she explain it well to their pupils by giving examples and board work and group activities. DESCRIPTION OF LEARNING ACTIVITIES The learners cooperate their group. DESCRIPTION OF LEARNERS PARTICIPATION: The learners raise their hand if they want to answer. They cooperate with their classmates especially when they have group activities. The learners participate especially which they understand the lessons.
  24. 24. Episode 3 Assisting Teacher with a “Teachers’ Toolbox”Your tools: An Observation Guide For Assisting Teacher 1. What are the objectives of the lessons? 2. How do the learners participate in the learning activities? . 3. What instructional materials are employed? 4. How does the teacher assess the learning activities? Is she assessing the process or the product? 5. What reasons does the teacher give in such learning activities?