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Pre-Service Teaching Portfolio- Chapter 2 (My Cooperating School)

  1. 1. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE i Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION“The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  2. 2. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE ii Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATIONA. The School Logo The seal is circumscribed by school’s name and location; STA. IGNACIANORTH CENTRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, Sta. Ignacia, Tarlac The GREEN Grain symbolizes prosperity. The TORCH embossed at the topof DepED is the source of light, of knowledge, wisdom with truth. The RED colorsignifies vitality and vigor and the BLUE represents the genuine and faithfulness ofSINCES as an institution of excellence in education. “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  3. 3. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE iii Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION Description of the Cooperating SchoolB. Introduction One of the vital elements in an individual’s life is education. Aware of itsvital role in one’s life, the government launched one of its thrusts toward theUpliftment of quality life, the “Education for All” program. Sta. Ignacia North Central Elementary School (SINCES) is one of the schoolswhich is an instrument to enable children to reach their dreams and aspiration inlife. Providing good education is a tangible testimony towards the upliftment ofquality life and is vent on making the citizenry literate. Sta. Ignacia North Central Elementary School wheels the life of thecommunity; aims to have progress through quality education. Joining the caravan ofDepED’s “School First Initiative”, empowering the school with its umbrella the “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  4. 4. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE iv Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION School Based Management (SBM) will benchmark the necessary change focused in learning to improve achievement and completion rate and to reduce dropout rate. SINCES-Schools Based Management is the institutional expression suchchange; aiming to be a high performing school.C. History of the School During the Spanish regime, little, if any progress has been made in educationin Sta. Ignacia. The only educative process that took place was the “Tutor System”which was exclusively centered in memorizing the CATON or a prayer book. Therewas no known organized school for the public during the Spanish regime. The periodwas stage of total educational blackout among the teeming populace of Sta. Ignacia.Mother democracy has come to rescue this generation of ours from that gloomy stageof total illiteracy. During the American occupation in the year 1901 after the civil governmenthas been established, the Philippine Commission passed Act no. 74 which createdthe Department of Education for the masses. The early years of our generation werethe recipient of that early stage of our educational system at presents. In that year,schools were opened in all municipalities throughout the Philippines. Classes wereheld in crude schoolhouses. In 1909, the Gabaldon Act was passed. Our tangible and lasting gifts fromthat act was a six room dilapidated Gabaldon building. This building is now “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  5. 5. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE v Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATIONconsidered byDepED as our Heritage Building. It is preserved through the nationalfund. Sta. Ignacia North Central Elementary School was established in 1908. Whenthe Gabaldon building was constructed, classes expanded into complete elementaryschool. Now the Sta. Ignacia North Central Elementary School has been “adopted”by the Tarlac College of Agriculture as training ground for student teacher of thesaid school. “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  6. 6. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE vi Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION Region III – Central Luzon Schools Division of Tarlac Province Sta. Ignacia District STA. IGNACIA NORTH CENTRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Sta. Ignacia, Tarlac SCHOOL PERFORMANCE TARGETS S.Y. 2011-2012A. PROMOTION OF ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE 1. School/District Test Out of the number of items in a subject given in a particular grade level. - EO 1st quarter, 70% of the pupils should have gotten correctly 70% of the total number of items. - EO 2nd quarter, 75% of the pupils should have gotten correctly 75% of the total number of items. - EO 3rd quarter 75% of the pupils should have gotten correctly 75% of the total number of items. - EO 4th quarter, 80% of the pupils should have gotten correctly 75% of the total number of items. 2. Quarterly Ratings - From June 9 to August 15, 2011, 75% of the pupils will get an average of 75% in the cards Form / 138-E. “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  7. 7. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE vii Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION - From August 16 to October 24, 2011, 78% of the pupils will get an average rating of 80% in the cards Form / 138-E. - From October 25 to January 16, 2012, 82% of pupils will get an average of 82% in the cards Form / 138-E. - From January 17 to March 31, 2012, 85% of the pupils will get an average of 82% in the cards Form 138-E.3. Reading materials appropriate for the grade level Grade I - EO 1st semester, 80% of the pupils shall be able to read with 75% PL Grade II-VI - EO 1st semester, 80% of the pupils shall be able to red with 75% PL - EO 2nd semester, 70% of the pupils shall be able to read with 75% PL - EO 3rd semester, 70% of the pupils shall be able to read with 80% PL. - EO 4th semester, 80% of the pupils shall be able to read with 82% PL Grade I-VI - EO February 2011, 100% of the pupils shall be able to read with 80% PL “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  8. 8. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE viii Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION4. Multiplication Tables 0-9 Grade I-II - EO 2nd semester, 90% of the Pupils shall be able to concentrate in the mastery of the basic addition and subtraction facts with minuend up to 18. Grade III-IV - EO August, 65% of the pupils shall be able to memorize Tale 0-3 with 75% PL. - EO October 2011, 75% of the pupils shall be able memorize Table 0-6 with 75% PL. - EO December 2011, 85% of the pupils shall be able to memorize Table 0-3 with 82% PL. - EO February 2012, 90% of the pupils shall be able to memorize Table 0-9 with 85% PL.5. EO SY 2011-2012 - School manager shall have conducted a minimum of 100 supervisory assistance/ observations covering at least one teacher a day (Project ATAD)6. EO SY 2011-2012 - School have participated 90% of all co- curricular contest in the district.7. EO SY 2011-2012 - school shall have increased the participating and survival rate by at least 1% and decreased “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  9. 9. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE ix Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION the dropout rate by 1% over that of the SY 2011-2012.B. PROMOTION OF CULTURE 1. EO SY 2011-2012 - school shall have conducted a successful celebration of at least 4 cultural activities manifesting a deep sense of mural human and Filipino values. 2. EO SY 2011-2012 - school shall have accomplished the following on the improvement and maintenance of physical facilities.C. PROMOTION OF SPORTS 1. Physical Resources Management EO SY 2011-2012 - schools shall have accomplished the following on the improvement and maintenance of physical facilities. 1.1 Made a complete categorically arranged list / inventory of school site academic buildings, ancillary services, rooms, office and classroom equipments, books, tools, utensil, etc. 1.2 Repaired / painted worn out/damaged structures and the facilities through own initiatives and BrigadaEskwela. “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  10. 10. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE x Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION 1.3 Kept in sale place clean and orderly all others and classroom furniture, audio-visual, books and other equipments.2. Logistics 2.1 EO SY 2011-2012, school shall have implemented a standard operating procedure in making requisition from proper sources. 2.2 Organized committees in the HRPTA / General PTA to use / solicit funds from NGO’s, LGU’s and other sources. 2.3 Organized SBRM – Committee for the procurement of school materials, and the checking of delivery canvass and biddings. 2.4 Procured materials through canvass and biddings. 2.5 Implemented the SBRM program with transparency with 95% acceptability.3. Time Management 3.1 EO SY 2011, all school personnel were noted to be coming 15 minutes before and leaving 15 after time of official functions. 3.2 All school personnel shall have participated in the flag ceremony all the time. 3.3 All school personnel shall have served beyond official time if need demands. 3.4 Submitted clean, neat accurate and typewritten reports duly signed before due date. “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  11. 11. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE xi Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION 4. Human Resources Management 4.1 EO SY 2011-2012, all the teachers shall have participated actively in LAC session (DLAC/SLACS) 4.2 Generated higher motivation skills of the staff through charitable postures, rewards or other forms of worthy incentives. 4.3 Had productive, effective and efficient staff as evidenced by the achievement level of the pupils, general cleanliness and beautification of the school, harmonious relationship of teacher and rapport with the community. 5. Financial Resource Management EO SY 2011-2012, all school shall have made financial statement transparent to all parties concerned with regards top budged operations including those from the school harvest and canteen.D. INNOVATIONS EO SY 2011-2012, the school shall have implemented the Basic EducationCurriculum programs for the improvement of the DepEd and delivery of basiceducation services with 75% success. “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  12. 12. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE xii Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION Region III – Central Luzon Schools Division of Tarlac Province Sta. Ignacia District STA. IGNACIA NORTH CENTRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Sta. Ignacia, Tarlac Strategic DirectionsI. Introduction School year 2011-2012, we the Sta. Ignacia North Central Elementary Schoolteaching staff have committed to be ENABLERS in order to RISE ABOVE in ourpursuit to QUALITY EDUCATION. Inspired by the DepEd major direction, theSCHOOL-BASE MANAGEMENT (SBM) this School year 2008-2009, we furthercommit ourselves to work as a TEAM to move towards one and the same directionfor the desired CHANGE in our own school. Thus, WE the SINCES stakeholders sincerely support the DepEd – Tarlacprovince Basis Governance to produce learners who are EQUIPPED; where: Excellence is a habit Quest for increased completion rate is assured Underscore improved achievement rate Improvement plans in our school are implemented Participation rate is improved “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  13. 13. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE xiii Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION Promotion of adequate preparation of readiness for grade is given Focus Enhanced teachers competence in all learning areas is a priority Development and practice of values is emphasizedII. Institutional Vision and Mission Vision: Department of Education – Sta. Ignacia North Central Elementary Schoolenvisions every learner to be functionally literate, equipped with life skills,appreciative of the arts and sports, and imbued with the desirable values of a personwho is maka-Diyos, makabayan, makatao and makakalikasan; the QualitySantaguinians. Mission: In line with this vision, we the Staguinians Staff has the mission to deliverquality basic education that is equitably accessible to all, and to lay the foundationfor life long learning and services for the common good.III. Major Goals/Objectives A. Expanding access to basic education 1. Raise the participation, completion and cohort-survival rate. 2. Organize SPED classes for pupils with Learning Difficulties. 3. Pursue effectively the Alternative Learning System (ALS) program. B. Improving the quality and relevance of basic education for academic excellence. “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  14. 14. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE xiv Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION 1. Fully implement DepEd Order No. 16, s.2005 on the Recruitment, Evaluation, Selection and Appointment (RESA) of new public school teachers. 2. Upgrade the teachers’ proficiency in teaching the content areas of English, Science, Mathematics, Filipino and the delivery of MAKABAYAN. 3. Focus on readiness for school at Grade I. 4. Put emphasis on closer supervision: time on task, more pupil contact time. 5. Use multi-level strategies and materials good for reinforcement, enrichment and remedial instruction to address individual differences / learner’s abilities. 6. Enhance the preparation and administration of varied evaluation materials and appropriate utilization of results. 7. Raise the achievement levels of school-age population in all learning areas.C. Improving the efficiency and effectiveness of education services 1. Prepare a School Improvement Plan (SIP) and the Annual Improvement Plan (AIP). “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  15. 15. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE xv Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION 2. Provide, repair basic education facilities, materials and equipment through wise utilization of SBRM funds, BridagaEskwela program and the local and school funds. 3. Improve health services for teachers and pupils. 4. Maintain a wholesome learning environment, thus advocating this school year The Child Friendly School System (CFSS).D. Institutionalization of early childhood care and development 1. Proper orientation of Grade One and Prep. Teachers. 2. Strengthen the Early Childhood Education (ECE). 3. Organize and supervise pre-school classes. 4. Implement the School Readiness Assessment Program for Grade ON entrants.E. Strengthening local culture and arts, media and school sports 1. Put up a school paper / organ. 2. Organize cultural, musical, arts, literary and sports fests. 3. Participate in local historical celebration. 4. Strengthen leadership and social skills of the pupils through Scouting, School. Barangayette and other school initiated / coordinated activities / project.F. Strengthening Networking / Linkages with GU’s and PTA’s “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  16. 16. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE xvi Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION 1. Organize functional PTA/Homeroom PTA’s and in School Governing Council (SGC). 2. Involve the PTA in the recruitment process and improvement of the school plant, i.e., BrigadaEskwela the School First Initiative (SFI) and the School Base Management (SBM). 3. Improve networking / linkages with GO’s, NGO’s and the community including Social Advocacy for the IPS. 4. Strengthen the Parent Learning Support System (PLSS). 5. Utilize the Teacher-Child-Parent Approach (TCP) and Child-Friendly School System (CFSS) effectively.IV. Targets 1. The literacy rate shall improve from 97% in SY 2010-2011 to 98% in SY 2011-2012. 2. The participation rate shall increase from 91% in SY 2010-2011 to 92% in SY 2011-2012. 3. Achievement Rage shall increase by at least 1% in all learning areas (English, Math, Science, Filipino and the Makabayan). 4. School classroom repair and maintenance thru the SBRM fund shall be in consideration of child’s rights. 5. Spoken English shall improve among teachers with 80% proficiency and among pupils with 75% proficiency. “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  17. 17. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE xvii Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION6. A desired change in moral and spiritual values manifested at home, in the community and the workplace with 80% acceptability.7. All teachers shall have undergone enhancement trainings with observed 80% proficiency.8. Fast learners, slow learners and physically handicapped shall be developed through the SPED program with 80% effectiveness.9. Zero Non-Readers program shall be strengthened with 80% acceptability.10. Promotions and personnel needs shall be acted upon promptly and judiciously.11. OSY and Adults shall avail of the benefits of the Alternative Learning System (ALS) courses, trainings for improved literacy and livelihood.12. Deserving pupils, teachers and parents shall be recognized accordingly. “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  18. 18. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE xviii Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION School Plants (Buildings, Grounds, Facilities, Equipment)Physical FacilitiesArea: 15, 000 sq. m.Mode of Acquisition: deed of Donation (Usufruct) Name of Buildings No. of Classrooms Year Constructed1. BagongLipunan 4 19732. Marcos Type 4 19803. Pinatubo 3 19914. Imelda Type 11 19845. Ramos Type 6 19966. Filipino Chinese Chamber of 14 2008Commerce School Equipments No. of Equipments Blackboards 54 Tables 104 Chairs 319 Teachers’ Table 33 Desks 211 Teacher’s Chair 24 No. of Computer 10 Ceiling Fan 9 TV 1 Karaoke 2 “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  19. 19. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE xix Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION STA. IGNACIA NORTH CENTRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PLANT AND DEVELOPMENT“The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  20. 20. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE xx Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION 2 2S 0 0I 1 1 1N 1 --C 2 2 0E 0 1 1S 2 2 “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  21. 21. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE xxi Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION Sta. Ignacia North Central Elementary School The Cooperating School Premises Region III – Central Luzon Schools Division of Tarlac Province Sta. Ignacia District STA. IGNACIA NORTH CENTRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Sta. Ignacia, Tarlac Objectives of Elementary Education Article III, Sec. 21 of the Education Act of 1982 states the objectives ofelementary education. These are to: 1. To provide the knowledge and develop the skills, attitudes, and values essential to personal development and necessary for living in and contributing to a developing and changing social milieu. 2. Provide learning experience, which increase the child’s awareness of, and responsiveness to the changes in and just demands of society; and to prepare him for constructive and effective involvement. “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  22. 22. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE xxii Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION 3. Promote and intensify the child’s knowledge of identification with, and love for the nation and the people to which he belongs; and 4. Promote work experiences, which develop the child’s orientation to the world of work and creativity and prepare him to engage in honest and gainful work. 5.Objectives of Elementary Education Curriculum Elementary education shall aim to develop the spiritual, moral, mental andphysical capabilities of the child, provide him with experiences in the democraticway of life and inculcate ideas and attitudes necessary for enlightened, patriotic,upright and useful citizenship. To achieve these objectives, elementary educationcurriculum shall provide for the: 1. Inculcation of spiritual and civic values and the development of a good Filipino based on an abiding faith in God and genuine love of country; 2. Training of the young citizen in his rights, duties and responsibilities in a democratic society for active participation, in a progressive and productive home and community life; 3. Development of basic understanding about Philippine culture, the desirable tradition and virtues of our people as essential requisites in attaining national consciousness and solidarity; “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  23. 23. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE xxiii Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION 4. Teaching of basic health knowledge and the formation of desirable health habits and practices; 5. Development of functional literacy; in Filipino and in English as basic tools for further learning, and 6. Acquisition of fundamental knowledge, attitudes, habits and skills in science, civics, culture, history, geography, mathematics, arts, and home economics and livelihood education and their intelligent application in appropriate life situations.The 2002 Basic Education Curriculum The 2002 Basic Education Curriculum is a restructuring and not asweeping change of the elementary and secondary curricula (NESC and NSEC). Thisdocument represents the goals of the curriculum, the rationale for its restructuring,and its philosophy, basic features, and conceptual framework.Legal Bases for Philippine Basic Education The goals, objectives, structure, and content of the 2002 Curriculum are incompliance with the 1987 Constitution of the Republic of the Philippines, the 2001Governance of Basic Education Act, and the 1982 Education Act. The 1987 Constitution provides the basic state policies on education, bothformal and non-formal. “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  24. 24. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE xxiv Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION Article XIV, Section 1. The State shall protect and promote the right of allcitizens to quality education at all levels and shall take appropriate steps to makesuch education accessible to all. Article XIV, Section 2 (1). The State shall establish, maintain, and support acomplete, adequate, and integrated system of education relevant to the needs of thepeople and society. Article XIV, Section 2 (4). The State shall encourage nonformal, informaland indigenous learning systems, as well as self-learning, independent, and out-of-school study programs particularly those that respond to community needs. Article XIV, Section 3 (2) states that the school: shall inculcate patriotismand nationalism, foster love of humanity, respect for human rights, appreciation ofthe role of national heroes in the historical development of the country, teach therights and duties of citizenship, strengthen ethical and spiritual values, develop moralcharacter and personal discipline, encourage critical and creative thinking, broadenscientific and technological knowledge, and promote vocational efficiency. The Governance of Basic Education Act of 2001 provides the general goal ofbasic education to develop the Filipino learners by providing them basiccompetencies in literacy and numeracy, critical thinking and learning skills, anddesirable values to become caring, self-reliant, productive, socially aware, patriotic,and responsible citizens. “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  25. 25. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE xxv Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION The Governance of Basic Education Act revisions a curriculum that shallpromote the holistic growth of the Filipino learners and enable them to acquire thecore competencies and develop the proper values. This curriculum shall be flexibleto meet the learning needs of a diverse studentry, and is relevant to their immediateenvironment and social and cultural realities. The Education Act of 1982 or Batas PambansaBlg. 232 provides the generalobjectives of elementary, secondary, and nonformal education.The objectives of Elementary Education are as follows: 1. Provide the knowledge and develop the skills, attitudes, and values essential or personal development, a productive life, and constructive engagement with a changing social milieu; 2. Provide learning experiences that increase the child’s awareness of and responsiveness to the just demands of society; 3. Promote and intensify awareness of identification with, and love for our nation and the community to which the learner belongs; 4. Promote experiences that develop the learner’s orientation to the world of work and prepare the learner to engage in honest a gainful work.Why do we need to restructure the curriculum? The curriculum needs restructuring because of the following: • Global context of our education system has changed and continues to change rapidly since the 1980’s when the NESC and the NSEC were implemented. “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  26. 26. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE xxvi Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION Our world is becoming borderless to information, commodities, financial investments, crime, terrorism, and ecological problems. • Studies indicate that many of our learners are not attaining functional literacy without which learners find it too difficult to meet the challenges posed by our rapidly changing world.Special Services of the School1. Feeding Program Feeding is one of the programs offered by the school. It is actually the part ofthe class program. After cleaning the respective areas, we the interns observe thedaily feeding time of our pupils. We observed that their foods were nutritious whichwas suitable for their young age.2. Reading Center Services The Reading center of the school was very conducive for learning andreading. There were many books and pictures to read and look for. It is the placewherein our pupils can learn more, and learn among themselves.3. Canteen Services Another important building of the school is the canteen. Its function is toprovide the needs of the pupils and teachers, especially when they are tired, hungryand thirsty. “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  27. 27. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE xxvi Camiling, Tarlac i INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION4. School Clinic Services This service gives a temporary cane into the victim or pupils who suffer anaccident. In case, some of the pupils got bruises, the clinic can give some first aid tocure. In the school clinic there are some devices use like the weighing scale, andheight scale to measure whether our pupils are in good he ENROLMENT DATA BANK SY 2011-2012 Grade Enrolment # of Number of Teachers Classes M F Total One 112 101 213 5 0 5 5 Two 107 101 208 4 0 4 4 Three 84 96 180 5 0 5 5 Four 86 89 175 4 0 4 4 Total for 389 387 776 18 0 18 18 Primary I – IV Five 95 99 194 5 0 5 5 Six 100 99 199 5 1 4 5 “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  28. 28. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE xxvi Camiling, Tarlac ii INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION Total for Intermediate 195 198 393 10 1 9 10 V-VI Totals for Relieving/Floating Teachers 4 2 6 Grand Total 584 585 1169 28 5 29 34 TEACHERS’ AGE PROFILE Age Profile Male Female Total 60 above 0 4 4 55-59 0 7 7 50-54 0 6 6 45-49 0 5 5 40-44 1 3 4 35-39 1 2 3 30-34 2 2 4 25-29 0 1 1 Total 4 30 34 The school population/comprise the total population of the students, teachers,and classes in Sta. Ignacia North Central Elementary School. It is stated in the table that there are 1,169 pupils enrolled and studying here,as of January 2012. There are 34 total numbers of teachers and a total number of 28classes in all grade level. “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  29. 29. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE xxix Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION Reflection on the Cooperating School The school is the center for learning activities and Sta. Ignacia North CentralElementary School was my cooperating school. In my twelve-week stay as a pre-service teacher, I experienced and observed many things, people from the school arevery sincere and warm. I can say that the school adheres not only to the subject-centered approachbut also to the learner-centered approach. The school gives emphasis not only to theintellectual development but also to emotional and psychomotor development. As child-friendly school, the Sta. Ignacia North Central Elementary Schoolpromotes good health practices and behavior and also guarantees that schoolpremises are safe and clean. Sta. Ignacia North Central Elementary School impartsquality learning and encourages children to participate in school and communityactivities. Since Sta. Ignacia North Central Elementary School is the center eye of “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  30. 30. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE xxx Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATIONthe nearby school, I observed that every week, they have bunches of program andactivities and they host most of it. Teachers work closely with children’s familiesand engage the support and interaction of the members of the community, and theschool and other stakeholders. With all the realization and experiences that I have now, I owe a lot to youSINCES! “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”

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