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    • Field Study Portfolio Presented to Mrs. Glenda Ortiz Instructress Metro Manila College U-Site Brgy. Kaligayahan Novaliches, Quezon City In Partial Fulfillment for the requirement In Field Study 2, 5 & 6
    • By: Teresa P. Broqueza III-BSED Social Studies 18 March 2013 Field Study 2 Experiencing the Teaching- Learning Process Field Study 5 Learning Assessment Strategies
    • Field Study 6 Becoming A Teacher
    • I. Introduction In our society teachers are always a boon. Teachers attempt to create a well-rounded personality through their intelligence, patience and
    • wisdom. Through their intelligence, patience and wisdom. Students make a difference in their lives through teachers. The biggest reward of teaching was inspiring students from their apathy and watching their curiosity grow. In my personal philosophy of teaching, I believe that it is important to be consciously aware of the theory behind what I’m going teach as well as the way that how I teach. It is very empowering for me to understand the theories associated with my field and to be able to reflect those theories in my teaching approach someday. I begin with the belief that all of my students come into the classroom with pre-existing knowledge that contributes to the learning process. I will make an attempt to discover and exploit this knowledge from the outset by surveying my students’ scientific knowledge. Then I will encourage my students to capitalize on their strengths and experiences in order to develop their scientific abilities. Understand the social functions of language Not only is it important for me to teach my students the concepts of biology, it is also very important for me to instruct my students in the proper use of the scientific language. Therefore, I will devote time in discussing the answers to different types of questions based on the past papers. Regularly I will have my students engage in peer feedback, with slight variation of the activity each time. In pairs or in groups, students read peer answers, provide either written or verbal feedback, and
    • discuss the answers for that particular concept. Students seem to enjoy and benefit tremendously from this activity. Rapport is an important aspect of classroom pedagogy that I believe has more to do with people-management skills than to teaching. II. Rationale  To identify and describe the teachers’ activity that enrich the learners multiple intelligence.  Be able to identify the lesson objectives, teaching activities, instructional materials, and assessment tools used by the teacher in such activities.  Be able to identify the principles in teaching learning activities and the instructional materials used by the teacher in selected subjects.
    • A. My Cooperating School
    • Saint Vincent de Paul was my cooperating school. This is the most cooperative school when we used to ask for approval. The school was located in Bgry. Maligaya Park, Quezon City. The school have a good location because the place was peaceful where the student can concentrate their studies. B. My Group This is my group mates when we conducted the field study in Saint Vincent Academy de Paul.
    • C. My Cooperating Teachers Ms. Shayne Amador. She is teaching Filipino subject. She is Mrs. Teresa Casas. She is a teacher in Social Studies.
    • D. The learners The students answering their activity/assessment Asking question to the students as part of the learning activity.
    • Mrs. Teresa Casas is discussing the lesson for the day. The lesson was about the President of the Philippines. As I observed the class she using pictures as her visual aids and I really feel that she is kind of tense maybe because of our presence. From time to time she also asking questions to the student but most of the time she is the one who feed more information about the lesson. I found her class more teacher-centered approach. The students are behave and also attentive during the discussion and they are all participating in class. For me, even though she is using teacher-centered
    • approach the learning process of the class of Ma’am Casas is also effective as I saw how the students response during that time. III. Reflection/Conclusion Learning they say is hard so as to teaching. To learn, one must get to know the different things, from simple ideas to more complex. Also, in teaching, many things are to be learned not only by the students but also to the part of the teacher. In order a teacher to learn, he/she must be effective and well versed to the different methods or strategies he/she will use to make his teaching more innovative. Effective teaching is said to be achieved if a student has learned something from what the teacher taught. In these field studies, I have found out that real teaching can be seen when you are in the location where the teaching and learning takes place. I believe that a teacher can be developed if he sees the reality of teaching. And that's what I've experienced during my Field Study journey.
    • (Field Study 2 Book and Letters)
    • I. Introduction To enhance and improve the pupils progress schools developing their assessment of pupils. By investing in assessment, schools can ensure that learning is meaningful for all pupils, teaching is effective and attainment outcomes are improved. Assessment is an integral part of instruction, as it determines whether or not the goals of education are being met. Assessment affects decisions about grades, placement, advancement, instructional needs, curriculum, and, in some cases, funding. Assessment inspire us to ask these hard questions: "Are we teaching what we think we are teaching?" "Are students
    • learning what they are supposed to be learning?" "Is there a way to teach the subject better, thereby promoting better learning?" Today's students need to know not only the basic reading and arithmetic skills, but also skills that will allow them to face a world that is continually changing. They must be able to think critically, to analyze, and to make inferences. Changes in the skills base and knowledge our students need require new learning goals; these new learning goals change the relationship between assessment and instruction. Teachers need to take an active role in making decisions about the purpose of assessment and the content that is being assessed. II. Rationale  Be able to competent in identifying and naming different assessment and methods use in the classroom.
    •  Be able to be adept in designing, using and interpreting results and objective tests.  Be able to be informed on the principles of authentic assessment and its usefulness in the classroom.  Be able to be skillful in designing process-oriented performance assessment.
    • A.) My Cooperating School Maranatha Christian Academy was located in Brgy. Sta. Monica, Novaliches Quezon City. B. ) My Group My group mates!!!
    • My Cooperating Teacher Mrs.Nieves R. Cabagbag was our cooperating teacher and she was also the principal of Maranatha Christian Academy. She is very nice and cooperating when we conducted our field study. She believed that being a global teacher you must be spiritual, morally and physically matured. At the same time teacher should well equipped with the knowledge and skills to be efficient and effective.
    • D.) The Mission and Vision
    • This is the mission and vision of Maranatha Christian School. It present the overall purpose of the school, statement comprises a central part message that the school original purpose, the values that the school stands for and the reason for the school continued existence. It summarized general principles and aspiration to the school for continuing their goals for the education of the new generation. III. Reflection/Conclusion "To Teach is to love the children" This is actually true in the teaching field. It is a fact that when a teacher firsts understands his learners, the learning is achieved with harmony. The teaching and learning process should always be based on the learners' interest. Teachers must give appropriate lessons that fit to the capabilities and likes of his learners. If in some instances where students have difficulties in learning for they have learning disabilities like dyslexia, the role of the teacher is to first change his strategies in teaching and make sure that he will give the special attention they needed.
    • The world of teaching doesn't only end at school. It doesn't only end when the school year ends or when the teacher finishers the chapters he taught from the book to his students. It also doesn't end when your pen's ink becomes empty. To learn is to learn around. therefore, learning is everywhere and everywhere we learn different things from the simplest to more complex of learning. Simultaneously, as the learning takes place, of course we also have to remember that everything that we learn from the past to the present, these things are such valuable for these teach us how to become new and productive individuals. We are inspired of the lessons we took and definitely, these will last forever in n our memory. And for us we should always remember that we must be able to influence the minds of many to become good and that we should be careful in touching the lives of people we once be part with.
    • (Field Study 5 & 6 Book and The Letter)
    • I. Introduction
    • In Becoming a teachers, teachers hold the highest regard for students after their parents. All cultures and religions preach that students are supposed to respect their teachers and should try to learn from them not only what's there in the academic curriculum but also the values of life. Teachers have an important role in building the personality of students and the relationship they develop with them determines the student's academic and personal growth. Teachers bear the heavy responsibility of molding the minds of our nation's most precious resource, its children. The road to becoming a teacher is a long one, involving post-high school education, people skills, and a desire to change lives. These traits, when accompanied by experience and good techniques, form the foundation for an effective, life- altering educator. Before anything else, teachers must have a desire to impact the lives of their students. Some teachers teach because they want to help children learn and grow and would like to make a contribution to society. Others have an intellectual fascination with a certain subject (such as math or history), have been inspired by one of their own teachers, or feel they have a sense of commitment to their country. One thing is certain, teachers that go into the
    • profession for selfish reasons will find it hard to commit to their career. The salary for a teacher is not likely to make a person rich, so their motives must be based on helping improve the minds of future generation. Everyone has progressed to where they are in life because they had a teacher. A teacher is defined as someone who gives instruction and communicates skills. Our children are our future, and they need to be prepared for the future or they will not be successful in the working world. Teaching makes a difference in them, because it gives them tools to help them be successful in the future. The job of a teacher means different things to different people. For some, a teacher is simply a person who informs students about "necessary information" like math formulas, historical facts, or literary works. Yet for others, and for me, teachers are much more. They give their students not only their knowledge, but also their passion. They get involved in the lives of their students. They make their students feel good about themselves and they help the youth realize and fulfill their dreams. II. Rationale
    •  Be able to competent in establishing routines and procedures to make the physical environment conducive learning.  Be able to competent in identifying possible linkages between the school and the community particularly those that will help attain curricular goals.  Be able to gain competence in developing yourself become a global teacher.  Be able to manifest a better understanding of the right, duties, and responsibilities of a professional teachers and how to these impact you as a future teacher.
    • Mrs. Nieves was very open when we interviewed her. She answered all our questions willingly. This is the church inside the campus of Maranatha Christian Academy. Since this is a Christian schools, they’re are more focus with the Christian
    • values, discipline, God fearing student, a responsible and enlightened future leaders of our society. IV. Reflections/Conclusion Through out my experience in my field study I learned so much that I really treasured because it is indeed important to a future teacher like me. I know this experience will really help me to become effective to the profession that I’ve chosen. Upon observing in the class where my group gathered our field study I learned that a teacher student relationship could be developed by encouraging a learning environment where the student feels free to ask whatever he wants to and the teacher responds in a manner which is understandable by the student. Therefore it would not be wrong to say that the building block of a strong teacher student relationship is effective communication. The level of respect that exists between the two also has a vital role to play in developing a positive teacher student relationship. A major hindrance to the strengthening of their relationship is the different categories of students in a class. Some of the students are hard working and come to the class to learn but there are others who are
    • aggressive in nature and find it difficult to concentrate on what is going on in the class. They continuously distract others and also spoil the learning environment of the class. In order to overcome this hindrance the teachers need to be extremely patient. They should maintain a balance between leniency and strictness as excess of any of the two could cause a total chaos. It is the teacher's responsibility to monitor every student individually so that their progress could be monitored and attention can be divided between students accordingly. A teacher-student relationship evolves with time. When in primary school the teacher usually acts as a mother for students and guides them about every little thing. In secondary and post secondary school the approach of teachers becomes more professional. They are more concerned about completing the course rather than teaching students the true value of life. This is where most teacher student relationships suffer. A teacher transforms from being a teacher to an instructor who has the sole responsibility of teaching students what's there in the course books and nothing beyond that. For strong student teacher relationships it is essential that teachers understand that students in a class come from different cultural and social backgrounds.
    • This increases the need for teachers to modify their behavior according to each students needs. In this way the teacher would be able to develop a level of understanding with every student and the students would feel they are important which would boost their self esteem. This would also reflect in their grades and overall behavior. The overall size of the class is also vital in determining how effective a student teacher relationship could be. The larger the class size the more difficult it would be for teachers to provide individual attention to students so school administrations should make sure that the class size is kept small which would allow a much better learning environment for teacher student relationship to flourish. With the growing competition in society it is essential that people improve their relationships with each other. Amongst these relationships, a student teacher relationship is of utmost importance which needs to be looked after properly so that young children could grow up to become educated and responsible citizens of the society.
    • Teacher Prayer Dear Lord, bless these teachers mightily as they seek to teach, enrich and guide Your precious children. Grant them abundant resources to do their job, intelligence, wisdom, sensitivity, kindness, and the material things that make it possible to turn some of these tender green plants into the strong, stable trees that will lead our nation, to transform some of these buds into brilliant flowers that will bring light, color and happiness to all who encounter them, and to give every one of them the tools to be creative, and productive and to develop their own kind of success in the world. Lord, wrap Your loving arms around these teachers who give so much of themselves to grow our youth We into creative, responsible adults. pray that You will immerse them in your boundless, transcendent love. We pray that You will strengthen and soothe them when they have given so much of themselves that they need Your extra attention, Your extra care. We love, respect and admire these teachers, Lord and we pray that you will watch over them always-- these special people who hold our children and our future in their hands. Amen. By Joanna Fuchs
    • Maranatha School Academy principals’ said that teacher in learning need to seek the understanding of teacher. She said that most of the times their teachers always used student-centered approach. They must assure that their school is conducive in learning. They always set a humane discipline to all students as well as to the faculty. They also have a community service such as cleaning the surroundings outside of the school since the school is located in the urban area of Novaliches. They also used deferent assessment tools in assessing the progress of every student they have such as oral and written examination, group activities, thesis defense, observation and reporting. She always encourages their teachers to use visual aids during class discussion. As much as possible they integrate the use of technology in their classes. Mrs. Nieves said that in imparting knowledge to their students they believe the principle of learning by doing of John Dewy. Because she believed that each child was active, inquisitive and wanted to explore and education should also equip students to take a full and active part in shaping their future society.