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  1. 1. EPISODE 1 (THE TEACHER AS A PERSON) My Concrete Experience AM I THIS PERSON? Bilbao 2010 Below are indicators of personal qualities which may describe you. Place a / mark on the blank before each item if the indicator fits you most of the time or an x mark if the description does not fit you most of the time. _____1. I am mentally alert. _____2. I make correct decision _____3. I give attention to details. _____4. I analyze every situation. _____5. I am quick to make solutions. _____6. I maintain poise. _____7. I remain undisturbed under pressure. _____8. I hold my anger. _____9. I am calm in the midst of chaos. _____10 I maintain dignity in all circumstances. _____11. I am very imaginative . _____31. I work beyond the objectives set. _____32.I do things without being fold . _____33.I do not give up easily on the task. _____34.I set high goals for one self. _____35. I work with a sense of urgency. _____36. I feel sure of what I do. _____37i work for others. _____38.. I initiate to do the job for all _____39.I assume responsibility w/ confidence. _____40.. I work to succeed. _____41I am pleasant in action, word and appearance. _____12. I create new things. _____42.. I am clean and neat as a person. _____13. I like to try out new things. _____14. I accept responsibility and do it well. _____15. I utilize to the maximum every material. _____16. I have happy disposition. _____17. I appreciate other people. _____18. I am tolerant of other people. _____19. I am kind and sympathetic. _____20. I help voluntarily. _____21. I adjust to different situations _____22. I look at the brighter side of life. _____23. I enjoy the company of others. _____24. I laugh at my own mistakes. _____25. I can adjust to any group as a member. _____43.I dress up appropriately. _____44.I am simple, beautiful/handsome. _____45. I am appealing to others. _____46. I treat everybody with courtesy. _____47.I behave appropriately in occasions. _____48.I select social functions to attend. _____49.I use appropriate language. _____50.I adjust comfortably in a crowd. _____51.I have deep concern for others. _____52.I am always willing to share. _____53.I volunteer to do task for others. _____54.I give up personal time for the group. _____55.I work for the group even w/out assurance in return. _____26. I think that my suggestions are not always correct._____56. I am fair in giving judgment. _____27. I do not consider self as better than others. _____57.I am consistent in words and actions. _____28. I treat everybody fairly. _____58.I am punctual in attendance. _____29. I see other’s opinion as different from mine. _____59. I am sincere in giving suggestions. _____30. I give equal chance for everybody to be heard ._____60. I extend help to many others. Number of checks in each cluster (min-1 to max-5)
  2. 2. Personal Attributes 1. intelligence 2. emotional stability 3. resourcefulness 4. compassion 5. buoyancy 6. objectiveness 7. self-motivation 8.self-confidence 9. pleasantness 10. refinement 11. cooperativeness 12. reliability Cluster of items Number of check marks Interpretation 1-5 6-10 11-15 16-20 21-25 26-30 31-35 36-40 41-45 46-50 51-55 56-60 Legend for Interpretation: 5-very high;4-high;3-average;2-low;1-very low My Observations: Tabulate the results in the matrix found below: Personal attributes Scores of checkmarks for each cluster T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6 ave T7 T8 T9 T10 1. intelligence 2. emotional stability 3. resourcefulness 4. compassion 5. buoyancy 6. objectiveness 7. self-motivation 8.self-confidence 9. pleasantness 10. refinement 11.cooperativeness 12. reliability The Observed Information Procedure: 1. To get the average, add the scores of the ten teachers and divide by 10. 2. Look at the legend in your own checklist, and determine the description of the average. 3. Study the results. desc
  3. 3. Questions: 1. Which of the twelve attributes is the highest among the teachers? 2. Which of the twelve attributes is the lowest among the teachers? 3. How many teachers are low in emotional stability? 4. How many teachers are high in compassion? 5. What six attributes are found to be strong among the teachers? 6. What six attributes are found to be weak among the teachers? 7. What interesting observations can you spot from the other data not asked? Use the information from your personal results and those of the ten teachers in making your reflections that follow. My Reflections: 1. Why are some teachers reported to have bumped a learner’s head on the wall or made a child swallow scratch paper or pencil filings? What attribute do you think is low for this teacher? 2. Why do you thinksome teachers are better loved by students than others? 3. If you were to choose, which personal attributes should all teachers possess? Why? My Affirmed Concept: After reflecting on this episode and recalling my previous subjects, I have realized that there are several concepts in the teaching profession about personal attributes I learned that has been affirmed and confirmed; examples of which are given below: 1. 2. My Future Application: Using what I have learned in this episode, when I become a teacher, I should…………… EPISODE 2 (THE TEACHER’S PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATON) My Concrete Experience: WHAT IS YOUR PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION Each of us has a philosophy of education or a set of fundamental beliefs regarding how we think schools should be run. What is your philosophy of education? To find out, read each of the following statements about the nature of education. Decide whether you agree or disagree with each statement. Use the following numbers to express your response: 4-agree strongly 2-disagree 3-agree 1-disagree strongly
  4. 4. ______1. The student learning should be centered around basic subjects such as reading, writing, history, math and science. ______2.the school subjects should focus on the great thinkers of the past. ______3. Many students learn best by engaging in real-world activities rather than reading. ______4. The students should be permitted to determine their own curriculum. ______5. Subject matter is taught effectively when it is broken down into small parts. ______6. The school subjects should be determined by information that is essential for all students to know. ______7. Schools, above all, should develop students’ abilities to think deeply, analytically, and creatively; than develop their social skills or provide them with a useful body of knowledge about the ever-changing world ______8. Teaching should prepare students for analyzing and solving the types of problems they will face outside the classroom. ______9. Reality is determined by each individual’s perceptions. There is no objective and universal reality. ______10. People are shaped m6uch more by their environment than by their genetic dispositions or the exercise of their free will. ______11.students should not be promoted from one grade to the next until they have read and mastered certain key material. ______12. An effective education is not aimed at the immediate needs of the students or society. ______13. The curriculum of a school should be built around the personal experiences and needs of the students. ______14. Students who do not want to study much should not be required to do so. ______15. Programmed learning is an effective method of teaching information. ______16. Academic rigor is an essential component of education. ______17. All students, regardless of ability, should study more or less the same curriculum. ______18. Art classes should focus primarily on individual expression and creativity. ______19. Effective learning is unstructured and informal. ______20. Students learn best through reinforcement. ______21. Effective school assign a substantial amount of homework. ______22. Education should focus on the discussion of timeless questions such as “what is beauty/” or “what is truth?” ______23. Since students learn effectively through social interaction schools should plan for substantial social interaction in their curricula. ______24. The purpose of school is to help students understand themselves and find the meaning of their existence. ______25. Frequent objective testing is the best way to determine what students know. ______26. Countries must become more competitive economically with other countries hence school must bolster their academic requirement to facilitate such competition. ______27. Students must be taught to appreciate learning primarily for its own sake, because it will help them in their careers. ______28. Schools must place more emphasis on teaching about the concerns of minorities and women. ______29. Each person has free will to develop as he and she sees fit. ______30. Reward students well for learning and they will remember and be able to apply what they learned , even if do not understand why the information is worth knowing. ______31. Philippine schools should attempt to instill traditional Filipino values of teaching students. ______32. Teacher-guide discovery of profound truths is a key method of teaching students. ______33. Students should be active participants in the learning process.
  5. 5. ______34. There are no external standards of beauty. Beauty is what an individual decides it to be. ______35. We can place a lot of faith in our schools and teachers to determine which student behaviors are acceptable and which are not. ______36. Schools must provide students with a firm grasp of basic facts regarding the books, people and events that have shaped the Filipino heritage. ______37. Philosophy is ultimately at least as a practical a subject to study as is computer science. ______38. Teachers must stress for students the relevance of what they are learning for their lives outside, as well as inside, the classroom. ______39. It is more important for a student to develop a positive self-concept than to learn specific concept. ______40. Learning is more effective when students are give frequent tests to determine what they have learned. My Philosophy of Education Essentialism Item S T1 1 6 11 16 21 26 31 36 total T2 Perennialism Item S T1 2 7 12 17 22 27 32 37 total T2 Progressivism Item S T1 3 8 13 18 23 28 33 38 total T2 Existentialism Behaviorism Item S T1 T2 Item S T1 T2 4 5 9 10 14 15 19 20 24 25 29 30 34 35 39 40 total total Legend: S-self; T1-teacher1; T2-teacher2 Among the three of you, who is more inclined to be an essentialist, perennialist, progressivist, existentialist or behaviorist? My Observations: 1. Observed actions of a teacher who is a progressivist: 2. Observed actions of a teacher who is a behaviorist: My Reflections: Based on your concrete experience and the actions of the teacher you have observed, how important is your philosophy of education to your future career as a teacher? How would your experiences and observations contribute to your becoming a teacher?
  6. 6. My Affirmed Concept: Identify at least three concepts learned in your previous subject like The Teaching Profession which are related to the Experiential Learning Episode 3 (Teaching Belief/Philosophy) that are confirmed or affirmed in this activity? Enumerate. 1. Affirmed Concept 1 2. Affirmed Concept 2 3. Affirmed Concept 3 My Future Application: Using the first hand experiences in this activity, how will I use these when I become a teacher in the future? a. In teaching and learning b. in addressing diversity of learners c. In creating a conducive learning environment EPISODE 3 (THE TEACHER IN A SCHOOL SETTING) My Concrete Experience: Copy the Class Program of the Teacher here: Name of the Teacher_____________________________ Name of the School______________________________ District of______________________________________ Division of______________________________________ CLASS PROGRAM Period Grade___ Minutes Morning NOON INTERMISSION Interview the teacher to verify the class program Learning Activities
  7. 7. My Observations At the time you are in school, what significant observations have you made? Areas of Focus for Observation in the School Setting Physical Setting 1. classroom Arrangement 2. Bulletin Board Display 3. School Playground 4. Learning Resource Center Socio-psychological Setting 1. Class routines 2. Teacher Activities 3. Learners Activities 4. Co-curricular Activities 5. Extra-curricular Activities My Observations My Reflections: Based on the teacher’s program, your observations and your interviews, would you now see teaching to be full time job? Why? Why not? How do you feel about the teacher’s workplace? Are the conditions, healthy for the welfare of both the leaners and teachers? Do you find the relationships of the teachers and the learners pleasant? Explain your answer. My Affirmed Concepts: My previous learning in the content courses tht were confirmed by this learning episode is the following: 1. That…….. 2. That……… 3. That……… My Future Application: How can I improve the school that I have observed when I become a teacher? 1. Classroom arrangement 2. Bulletin Board display 3. School playground 4. Classroom routines 5. Teacher Activities 6. co-curricular Activities 7. Extra-curricular Activities
  8. 8. EPISODE 4 (THE TEACHER IN THE CMMINITY) My Concrete Experience: Activity 1-RAPID COMMUNITY APPRAISAL Name of the school in the Barangay: Name of the Barangay_________________________________type:________Rural _______ Urban Name of the town/municipality: Name of the province/city: 1. Barangay Location 1. Distance from the city (in km) 2. Distance from the college/university where enrolled II. Demography 1. Population 2. Number of households: 3. Number of school-going children III: Physical Features (please check) 1. lowland 2. upland 3. mountainous 4. coastal IV. Facilities (please check) 1. School 2. Community center 3. Plaza 4. Health center 5. Market 6. Road network 7. Cooperative School 8. Church/chapel 9. Electricity 10. Drinking Water Supply 11. Reading Center 12. Others (specify) V. Agricultural resources (please check) 1. Rice fields 2. Cornfields 3. Sugarcane fields 4. Coconut palms 5. Fruit trees (mango, jackfruits) 6. Forest trees (mahogany, narra etc.) 7. Bananas 8. Root crops 9. Livestocks (carabao, cattle) 10. Fisheries (ponds, Deepsea) VI. Commercial Resources (please check) 1. Sari-sari stores 6. Factory
  9. 9. 2. Trading center 3. Rural banks 4. Cooperative stores 5. Carinderia/Restaurant 7. Machine shops 8. Beauty parlor 9. Bookstore 10. Others (specify) VII. Common Means of Transportation (please check) 1. Jeepney 2. Bus 3. Tricycle 4. Trisikad 5. Bicycle 6. Horseback 7. Animal drive Transpo 8. Others (specify) VIII. Development programs in the Barangay 1. BrigadaEskwela 2. Clean and Green 3. Gulayanng Bayan 4. Peace and Order 5. Others (please list) IX. Annual Community Activities (please check) 1. Barangay Fiesta 2. Community festival 3. Sports festival 4. Search for Ms. Barangay 5. Christmas Celebration 6. Others (please list) X. Other significant Information about the community My Observations: Activity 2- INTERVIEW OF THE SCHOOL TEACHER In your interview, you may ask your Resource Teacher the following questions: 1. What school activities do you conduct that allow the participation of the people in the barangay? 2. Are the community activities that you, as teachers join? Please name. Do your students/pupils also join these activities? 3. What learning do your pupils gain from the activity/ 4. What does the community benefit from joining n your school activities? 5. As per your observation, are the lessons that you taught in the school transferred to the homes or the community? 6. What community resources have you used in your teaching/ My Reflections:
  10. 10. 1. Describe the data that you have gathered from your community survey. Make a narrative report below describing the data which you gathered. Present 1-2 pictures of the community or barangay in your photo essay. Barangay________________ The School’s Community 2. Make a narrative report on the interview that you have done with the teacher. School Community Collaboration View of a Teacher 1. Which resources that you have identified are present in the community/ Can these be utilized in your teaching? How? My Affirmed Concepts: What concepts learned from your previous courses are affirmed by this Experiential Learning Episode? Concept 1. A teacher can utilize resources available in the community 2. A teacher should teach with a view in mind that the learners transfer their learning in home and community 3. teachers are agents of change of the community 4. Barangay officials, health workers and other human resources can be invited as resources speakers in school 5. The teacher should always be willing to support the community in various activities. 6. teachers and schools should be unmindful of the community activities 7. Communities should provide support for the learning of their children in school. 8. The sole responsibility of the teacher is to teach in the school 9. All schools are part and parcel of the community where they are situated 10. Community officials should take over the responsibilities of the teachers/. My Future Application: Remarks ( / or x)
  11. 11. Based on Experiential Learning Episode 4, I should do the following when I become a teacher (please list at least 3 things) EPISODE 5 (THE GLOBAL TEACHER) My Concrete Experiences: ACTIVITY 1- THE FILIIPNO GLOBAL TEACHER Name of the Teacher: School: Grade level/ Year level: NCBTS DOMAINS NCBTS-TSNA domains Domain1- social regard for learning Domain 2-Learning environment Domain 3 – Diversity of Learners Domain 4- Curriculum Domain 5- Planning Assessing and Reporting Domain 6 – Community Linkages Domain 7- Personal growth and Professional development Description (high or Low) NCBTS STRANDS STRANDS 1. Teacher’s actions demonstrate value for learning. 2. Demonstrates that learning is of different kinds. 3. Creates an environment that promotes learning. 4. Makes the classroom environment safe and conducive for learning. 5. Communicates higher learning expectations to each learner. 6. Establishes and maintains consistent standards. 7. Creates healthy psychological climate for learning. 8. Determines, understands and accepts the learner’s diverse knowledge and experiences. 9. Demonstrates the mastery of the subject. 10. Communicates clear learning goals for the lessons. 11. Makes good use of allotted instructional time. 12. Recognizes general learning processes and Description (expert
  12. 12. unique processes for individual learners. 13. Promotes purposive study. 14. Demonstrates skills in the use of ICT 15. Develops and utilizes creative and appropriate instructional plan. 16. Develops and uses a variety of appropriate assessment strategies to monitor and evaluate learning. 17. Monitors regularly and provide feedback on learners. 18. Communicates promptly and clearly of learners, parents and superiors about progress of learners. 19. Teacher establishes learning environment that responds to the aspirations of the community. 20. Take prides in the nobility of the profession. 21. Builds professional links with colleagues to enrich teaching practice. 22. Reflects on the extent of the attainment of professional developmental goals. ACTIVITY 2- GLOBAL TEACHERS THE WORLD OVER Name of the Country United States America New Zealand Thailand Indonesia Australian Personal Qualities of Teachers Professional Qualities of Teachers Requirements to become a Professional Teacher of My Observations: 1. Based on your personal interview of the Filipino Teacher on the competencies of the national standards for teachers, has the teacher met the requirements? Explain. 2. If the NCBTS is the measure of a global teacher, can the teacher you interviewed meet he challenges of global education? Why? Why not? 3. Are there similarities or differences among teachers in other countries in terms of the standard requirements of a professional teacher? Explain your answer. 4. Would Filipino teachers be comparable to their fellow teachers in other countries? Explain your answer.
  13. 13. My Reflections: Indeed, becoming a global teacher requires certain standards. As observed, there are more similar expectations of teachers, the world over. As a pre-service teacher education student, how do you see yourself, ten years from now vis a vis the other teachers from all over the world? Can you meet challenges of being a global teacher? My Affirmed Concepts: After undergoing this Experiential Learning Episode, what prior learning in the previous courses has been affirmed? Identify at least three concepts about a global teacher. The concepts I have learned before and are affirmed now include the following: Concept 1: Concept 2: Concept 3: My Future Application: How would you prepare yourself to become a global teacher? EPISODE 6 (THE TEACHER AS A PROFESSIONAL) My Concrete Experiences: Find a professional teacher in your neighborhood school. Conduct an interview with the teacher by asking the following questions: 1. Where did you graduate your degree? When? 2. How did your University prepare you to become a good teacher? 3. When did you pass the Lic66ensure Examination for teachers? What was your passing rating? 4. When did you start teaching in the public school? 5. What makes you happy as a teacher? 6. What disappoints you as a teacher?
  14. 14. 7. What professional development activities/ trainings have you participated in? 8. Are you a member of a professional organization/ what is the name of the organization? 9. As a professional teacher, what Code of Conduct do you strictly follow? Can you name the specific behavior that should be followed to the utmost? 10. What kind of teacher would you dream to become before you retire? Do you have a career path? Describe what kind of professional teacher you are along the timeline presented below: Describe the point as: Beginning Teacher/ Inductee; Developing Teacher/ Young Professional; Mentor Teacher; Expert teacher/ Sterling 1-3 years in service 4-10 years in service 11-15years in service 15 years and above years in service My Observations: From the answers given by the teacher you interviewed, is the teacher a professional teacher? 1. Why do you think so? 2. Why don’t you think so? Can you find other teachers who are professional teachers among the teachers whom you know? What characteristics or qualities distinguish a professional teacher from a non-professional teacher? My Reflections: Considering that you will be a future professional teacher, what standards should you uphold based on the Code of Ethics for professional Teachers? My Affirmed Concepts: Based on the learning I gained in my previous courses on the professional teacher, this experiential learning episode has affirmed concepts that: 1. Professional teachers…….. 2. Professional teachers……..
  15. 15. 3. Professional teachers…….. 4. Professional teachers…….. 5. Professional teachers…….. My Future Application: When I become a professional teacher, I should………….. AM I THIS PERSON? Bilbao 2010 Below are indicators of personal qualities which may describe you. Place a / mark on the blank before each item if the indicator fits you most of the time or an x mark if the description does not fit you most of the time. _____1. I am mentally alert. _____2. I make correct decision _____3. I give attention to details. _____4. I analyze every situation. _____5. I am quick to make solutions. _____6. I maintain poise. _____7. I remain undisturbed under pressure. _____8. I hold my anger. _____9. I am calm in the midst of chaos. _____10 I maintain dignity in all circumstances. _____11. I am very imaginative . _____12. I create new things. _____13. I like to try out new things. _____14. I accept responsibility and do it well. _____15. I utilize to the maximum every material. _____16. I have happy disposition. _____17. I appreciate other people. _____18. I am tolerant of other people. _____19. I am kind and sympathetic. _____20. I help voluntarily. _____21. I adjust to different situations _____22. I look at the brighter side of life. _____23. I enjoy the company of others. _____24. I laugh at my own mistakes. _____25. I can adjust to any group as a member. _____31. I work beyond the objectives set. _____32.I do things without being fold . _____33.I do not give up easily on the task. _____34.I set high goals for one self. _____35. I work with a sense of urgency. _____36. I feel sure of what I do. _____37i work for others. _____38. . I initiate to do the job for all _____39.I assume responsibility w/ confidence. _____40. . I work to succeed. _____41I am pleasant in action, word and appearance. _____42.. I am clean and neat as a person. _____43.I dress up appropriately. _____44.I am simple, beautiful/handsome. _____45. I am appealing to others. _____46. I treat everybody with courtesy. _____47.I behave appropriately in occasions. _____48.I select social functions to attend. _____49.I use appropriate language. _____50.I adjust comfortably in a crowd. _____51.I have deep concern for others. _____52.I am always willing to share. _____53.I volunteer to do task for others. _____54.I give up personal time for the group. _____55.I work for the group even w/out assurance in return. _____26. I think that my suggestions are not always correct._____56. I am fair in giving judgment. _____27. I do not consider self as better than others. _____57.I am consistent in words and actions.
  16. 16. _____28. I treat everybody fairly. _____58.I am punctual in attendance. _____29. I see other’s opinion as different from mine. _____59. I am sincere in giving suggestions. _____30. I give equal chance for everybody to be heard . _____60. I extend help to many others. Number of checks in each cluster (min-1 to max-5) Personal Attributes 1. intelligence 2. emotional stability 3. resourcefulness 4. compassion 5. buoyancy 6. objectiveness 7. self-motivation 8.self-confidence 9. pleasantness 10. refinement 11. cooperativeness 12. reliability Cluster of items 1-5 6-10 11-15 16-20 21-25 26-30 31-35 36-40 41-45 46-50 51-55 56-60 Number of check marks Legend for Interpretation: 5-very high;4-high;3-average;2-low;1-very low Interpretation

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