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  • RESPONSIBILITY andACCOUNTABILITYof a FILIPINO TEACHER
  • RESPONSIBILITYentails “answering” for whatone has been called upon to do
  • ACCOUNTABILITYthe acceptance of responsibility tofulfill a certain obligation or duty
  • as a teacher…Communicator Facilitator of Learning an EvaluatorClassroom Manager a Counselor a Disciplinariana Mentor A Guidance Councilor Surrogate Parent
  • DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIESSTATED IN THE QUALIFICATIONS STANDARD (CSC 1995)1. Teaches subjects such asFilipino, English, Science, Math, AralinPanlipunan, Technology and LivelihoodEducation, MAPEH and Values Education2.Enrolls students3.Prepares effective lesson plans4.Prepares visual aids and other devicesfor instruction
  • 5. Sees to it that the students in his/herclass are provided with the necessarytextbooks when available6. Implements rules and regulations7. Conducts guidance services forhis/her advisory class8. Evaluates students’ progress andprovides various experiences for theircontinuous development
  • 9. Supervises curricular and co-curricularprojects and activities of the students10.Checks/records the attendance of thestudents11.Keeps up-to-date anecdotal records ofstudents12.Keeps school records and preparesrequired reports
  • 13.Keeps parents informed on students’progress14.Attends and participates in in-servicetrainings and faculty meetings15.Executes the administration of schoolpolicies designed for the welfare ofstudents16.Maintains membership in professionalorganizations
  • 17.Works with other school personnel,parents, and the community forthe total development of the students18.Participates in the socio-economicdevelopment projects in the community19.Coordinates and cooperates with otherteachers in school projects or activities20.Safeguard school facilities and equipment21.Does other related work
  • CHARACTERISTICS of an EFFECTIVE TEACHERBASIC SKILLS1. FUNCTIONAL SKILLS – capabilities you use in the workenvironment, such as planning, organizing, controlling,communicating, motivating, developing and managing2. ADAPTIVE SKILLS – your personal capabilities that relate toself-management• Creativity, discipline, dependability, drive, persuasiveness,memory, resourcefulness, and perceptiveness3. PROFESSIONAL SKILLS – related to work content• Comprise your know-how or your ability to use what youalready know
  • PSYCHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS of an EFFECTIVE TEACHERPERSONAL CHARACTERISTICSAchievementDirectnessFlexibilityATTITUDEMotivation to teachEmpathy towards studentsCommitmentEXPERIENCEYears of teachingExperience in subjects taughtExperience with particular gradeAPTITUDE/ACHIEVEMENT
  • PROFESSIONAL VALUESLEARNING– mastery of the subject matter– keeping up with new insights and technology– conveys the spirit of sharing learning to others and being opento the knowledge of othersETHICAL TEACHING– putting the satisfaction of the needs and good of studentsbefore those– ensure that they learn– effective and responsible teaching– requires exclusive attention to studentsCOMPASSION– profound concern for students that springs from the heart aswell as from the head and irresistible desire to help young– requires avoiding favoritism– moves teachers to acknowledge their students’ struggle