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Field Study 1 (Episode 6) - Home School Link

  1. 1. Pampanga Colleges MACEBEBE, PAMPANGA (LEARNER’S DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENT) _____________________________ SUBMITTED TO: _______________________________________ Ms. Marcelina T. Laxina Instructress _____________________________ SUBMITTED BY: Alvin R. Lim _____________________________ COURSE-YEAR: BSEd-II1|FS1-Episode 6(Home -School Link)
  2. 2. Episode 6 Home-school linkName of FS Student: Alvin R. Lim_______________________________________Course: BSEd_Major in English________________ Year: ____Second Year_______Resource Teacher: _Mrs. Janette S. Bonifacio (Chemistry/Adviser)______________Cooperating School: Sta. Maria High School (SMHS), Macabebe, Pampanga ______ OBSERVATIONS An Observation/Interview for Home-School LinkThe Learner 1. Make a general observation of the learner. Describe him in each of the domains of development:  Physical-body built and height  He is not thin nor chubby, h is normal in weight. He is tall, very fast and active.  Social Interaction  He is not loner or shy. He is so sociable and friendly. He doesn’t get into fight, that’s why he loves by others.  Emotional moods  He is a happy and optimistic person. He shows enthusiasm and excitement t his every works and tasks.  Cognitive  He appears to understand and copes the lessons well. He also shows very wide logical reasoning skill. And he turns in assignment.2|FS1-Episode 6(Home -School Link)
  3. 3. Interview the Teacher 1. What are the most noticeable characteristics of the learner? “My student, Renz is very responsible. He is very good in my class. He answers and responds quickly and actively. He is also a very friendly and cooperative student. He can control, discipline and manage his own behavior. And the way he interacts with us, his teachers, and other elders, he is so respectful.” 2. How doe the teacher communicate with the parents? How often? What do they discuss? “When it comes to any disciplinary actions, eversince, I didn’t have any communication with Renz’s parents. The only times that I meet and converse with his parents, is that, when I’m going to say something good things about his performance in the class and also when I am submitting their report cards.”Interview with Parents 1. Conduct a home visit. Once there, observe the home set-up. 2. Use Interview Questions. Just ask the questions in which you feel comfortable. The Interview with the Learner’s ParentsName of the Learner: Renz D. OcampoDate of Birth: March 20, 1998 Age: 14 years oldYear Level: Third Year Gender: MaleNumber of Siblings: 4Birth Order: 3rdPARENTSMother: Remedios D. Ocampo Age: 44Occupation: Housewife Educational Attainment: High School LevelFather: Isidro E. Ocampo Jr. Age: 48Occupation: Sales Collector Educational Attainment: College Level3|FS1-Episode 6(Home -School Link)
  4. 4. LEARNER’S PHYSICAL ASPECT Health  Mother’s health during the pregnancy with the learner: The mother’s health during her pregnancy with the learner is very okay in the sense that she always ate green-leafy vegetables and took vitamins which is good for the pregnant woman.  Ailments or health problems of the learners as a child: “My child grows up physically and mentally fit and he himself does not have any health problems ever since I delivered him and he is really healthy.”  Age of the learner when he/she started to walk/talk: “He started to walk and talk when he reached at the age eleven (11) months after birth.”  Food preferences of the learner as a child and at present: “I don’t have any problems about his diet since when he was a kid and until at present, because he is fond of eating green-leafy vegetables and fruits.”  Who took care of him as a child? “Ofcourse, I and my husband take good care of him since he was at the stage of infancy until this present that he is already at the stage of puberty.”4|FS1-Episode 6(Home -School Link)
  5. 5. LEARNER’S SOCIAL ASPECT  Describe your child’s sociability (friendly, outgoing or shy, loner) “He is very friendly, I don’t have any problem the he socialize with others. I am very thankful for the reason that I have a child like him who doesn’t involve himself in any kind of trouble and mess.”  Who were the learner’s playmates? “He is fond of playing with his neighbors who have the same age with him that served already his playmates when he came from school.”  As a child then was he allowed to play outside? “Yes, he is allowed to play outside the house as long as he is only at a distance where I can see. And together with my husband, we do not avoid him to play.”  Is he allowed to go out with friends? Do you have rules for him to follow regarding going out? What are these rules? “Speaking about that, I have a big No, why? Because, we as his parents are afraid that he might engage and learn to drink liquor, smoking and we don’t want that his friends are the reason why he knew such things. In other words, we are scared of the bad influence of his friends eventhough some of his peers are good. But we are just protecting him ahead before the time comes.”5|FS1-Episode 6(Home -School Link)
  6. 6. LEANER’S EMOTIONAL-MORAL ASPECT  What are your expectations of your child? “We are expecting that he can set his own goals in life, that he couldfinish his studies and overcome the temptations that surround him as hecontinues his expedition in this life.”  How do you provide a nurturing environment for your child? “To provide him a nurturing environment, we ensure all the persons,places, and events, which might affect his life and behavior. And also, franklysaying, since he was my favorite child, I, the mother, is generous to hi needs. Iprovide him something and so that he could feel the unconditional love, careand such that he may be bale to realize how precious is he in our sights.  Does your child go to you when he feels down or ahs a problem? What do you do to meet his emotional needs? “He is shy to tell his problems to me but he seeks his father’s attentionand help when he is afraid of something. What we are doing to meet hisemotional needs is that we advice him something which could uplift his hurtfulemotion.”  What do you do when he is not successful in something? “When he attempt to do something and he got failed, we are telling himnot to mind that opportunity he missed. Because there are many chances tohave it again. And we are advising him not to surrender. As what other says:“Try and try, until you succeed” and “Never say die”. We are often inculcating itin his mind to remind not to cloud his eyes with tears but to be strong enough.”6|FS1-Episode 6(Home -School Link)
  7. 7.  How do you discipline your children? “When it comes to discipline alone, well, I am very strict. I amimplementing rules at home. And I try to impose discipline to them in properplaces and with appropriate reasons.”  Do you have rules in the house? What are they? “Yes, I have plenty of rules in the house, as follows: 1. Do not watch televisions or make some recreations unless they are already through wit their assignments and other school activities or projects. 2. They must be at home before dinner, except for some very important reasons. 3. They should let me to know and recognize their peers. 4. Be obedient and respectful 5. Be a good children at home, and be a good student in the school. 6. Study hard. And many others.”  How do you impose the rules? “I impose the rules by simply saying, telling and warning them to my children.”  What are the consequences of breaking the rules? “Eventhough I am strict and firm, as of now I didn’t think yet of the consequences of breaking the rules. Because as what I have observed, my children are obedient in the rules here at home. Except for my child who is in college.”7|FS1-Episode 6(Home -School Link)
  8. 8. LEARNER’S COGNITIVE ASPECT What are the child’s interests? “He is interested in paying board game particularly in chess. And he is also shows interest in his studies.” What is he good at in school? “He is not totally good in academics, but he is active in extra curricular activities in school, he is always ask our supports when he is joining in a contest.” In what subjects he have difficulty? “He is always clamoring that in Mathematics as his intricacy subject.” How do you monitor his performance in school? How do you motivate him? “In fact, when he was still in elementary, I always inquire about his performance and impressions in school. If I sense something which is not good, I call him and warn him to study hard and improve his study habits.” Do you have rule at him to help him develop good study habits? What are these rules? How are they implemented? “Yes, since he was in the kindergarten, we do not allow him to spend his time watching in the television. We lays ensure that he can study his lessons and make his assignments. And we are implementing it by always warning and telling it to him verbally.”8|FS1-Episode 6(Home -School Link)
  9. 9. The Learner’s Development ProfileName of the Learner: Renz D. OcampoSchool: Sta. Maria High School , Macebebe, Pampanga____________________Date of Home Visit: October 8, 2012___________________________________Date of Birth: March 20, 1998 Age: 14Year Level: Third Year Gender: MaleFamily ProfileNumber of Siblings: 3 (three)Birth Order: Third (3rd)ParentsMother: Remedios D. OcampoAge: 44Occupation: Housewife Educational Attainment: High School LevelFather: Isidro E. Ocampo Jr.Age: 48Occupation: Sales Collector Educational Attainment: College Level Physical Development The child is physically normal without deficiency. His mother was healthy during pregnancy. He did not suffer from any ailments during childhood. He learned to walk at the age of eleven (11) moths old which is just the average. He is very active and alert not only in their home, but also in the school. He moves deliberately smooth and shows care and accuracy in his every tasks or chores to accomplish.9|FS1-Episode 6(Home -School Link)
  10. 10. Social Development Emotional-Moral Development When the learner was still a childhe usually plays alone. But as he grew The learner is well- disciplinedolder he learned to be with friends as and he can manage his emotions whenhis playmates and buddies. He was it comes to his own troubles. He hasallowed to play outside the house and self-control and can handle hisgo out with friends but with the temperament. He is a very cheerfulrestrictions and limitations set by his and blissful child. He is responsible inparents. He is loved by others, because his studies and practices self-reliance.he is friendly and very kind to all the He is a God-fearing child and waspeople around him. And he is also brought up with the right values. Heexhibit intimacy to others; he doesn’t shows initiative not guilt.feel any isolation among his peers. Cognitive Development When it comes to his cognitive aspect, it is continuously developing as hecomes to school and study. He performs well in the school. He is not the sameas the low achievers learners. He learns fast and participates actively duringclass activities. He shows intellectual activeness when it comes to reasoning andthinking skills. His parents’ concern and value towards education helps him a lotin his cognitive development. The learner is self-motivated in his studies. He isdriven by the attitude his parents show towards learning at home. Findings The learner is intelligent and responsible in his studies. His training athome is carried to school as displayed by his good performance and positiveattitude towards learning. Being a firm yet loving parent to him as what hisparents are portraying, it helps in balancing the child’s personality. Theybecome more self-competent, self-reliant, and have a greater ability to showself-control. And he has a higher self esteem. And mostly, the God-fearingbeliefs and respect that his parents demonstrate towards him also develops hisgood social interaction to other and to his nurturing environment.10 | F S 1 - E p i s o d e 6 ( H o m e - S c h o o l L i n k )
  11. 11. conclusion I therefore conclude that the school and home contribute a great impactin developing the cognitive, affective, psychomotor, and other domains ofhuman development, and so as to the total personality of the learners. Hence,the learning of the child begins at home. At home the child learns values, worksand his cognition slowly developed. However, school plays a vital role inmolding the child. Sine school is made for the purpose of developing physical,social, emotional, moral, psychological, spiritual, and mental or cognitiveaspects of the learner. As the child goes to stud from pre-school until college, hespends much time in school rather than at home. So, the total development of achild depends in school as well as the teachers and instructors or instructresses,which are the most important agents in school that bears and impart knowledgeand values with the learners. recommendations I do recommend that each teacher must be diligent, resourceful and patiencein handling the learners. He/she must use varied strategies in order to catch theinterest and attention of the students to focus on the lesson. He/ she must bearin mind the knowledge that the learners get rather than the salary receive. Forthe parents, they must be responsible in guiding and disciplining their children,they must be open with them. They should always ask them about their studiesand give encouragement to focus and study hard sp as to become successful intheir lives. The most important is the role of the learner, they me be alwayscompliant and dutiful. They must ensure to themselves that they are motivatedto learn and participate since they are responsible of their own learning. analysis 1. From your home visit and interview, what do you think is the style of parenting experiences by the learner? Explain your answer.11 | F S 1 - E p i s o d e 6 ( H o m e - S c h o o l L i n k )
  12. 12. The learner is experiencing an Authoritative type of parenting style. His mother knows his most liked movies, his favorite subjects, his favorite compute games, and other interests and hobbies of the child, which means that the mother is involved in the child’s interests. The use of non- physical punishment but of reasoning in disciplining them is also a characteristic of this parenting style. The imposing of study rules at home and relying on the child’s valuing of education is very helpful and to stress self-reliance and independence on the part of the learner. Warmth and nurturance is exhibited by his parents. The child’s choice for his playmates is approved by his parents. The parents are neither indulgent nor permissive. 2. Relating your data with what you leaned from child and adolescent development, what family factors do you think contribute to the development and overall adjustment of the learner in school? Parents play an important role in adolescent’s life. Learners whose parents support their academic achievement perform better than students who receive none. Children are also less influenced by peers or by negative peer influence when they have a close and involving relationships with their parents. When a learner’s parental relationship is deficient or lacking in warmth, nurturance and supervision, the more likely for him to be influenced by peers. Authoritative parenting, as practiced by the parents that I’ve interviewed, encourages students to claim more responsibility and self-reliance towards their learning. Also this type of parenting encourages learners in school to be less susceptible to peer’s bad influence. Positive family relationship guides a learner towards influences that are more approved by adults. Moreover, not only do parents expect to see change in their sons and daughters behaviors as they socialize them with other students in school. Through their interactions on a day-to-day basis--parents can model and/or shape the cognitive, emotional and behavioral attributes they desire to see in their children. 3. Doe the communication between the home-school have an effect on the learners? If yes, what are these effects? “Education begins at home”. This quote helped me in finding and understanding the behavior of the learner. What he did in school reflects how he is nurtured by his parents at home. And another is that,12 | F S 1 - E p i s o d e 6 ( H o m e - S c h o o l L i n k )
  13. 13. communication between home and school has an effect on the learner. This is so because this type of communication is for continuance and reinforcement of what is accomplished at home or in school since the student does not stay in school every hour of the day. By teachers regularly communicating to parents, they are able to identify the learning needs, the learning gaps and how they can bridge it with more permanence. Through this, both parties can monitor the student’s progress and performance and can compare notes. The more involved the parents are, the easier for the learner to cope and deal with challenges in school. Parents can adjust their parenting style to accommodate study skill needs of the child. Achievements of the child can be shared. Supportive availability of parents encourages a positive attitude towards learning that results to higher achievement or scores in test, increased completion of homework and even better attendance. Reflections 1. Reflect your own development as a child. What type of parenting did you experience? How did it affect you? When I was still a boy until this present, I observed that the style of parenting I have is authoritative type of parenting. Wherein my parents are always in authority and rules are given, yet they are so gentle and loving. They demand and respond to us equally. I am not restricted to all the things that I want to be involved in, especially in choosing my peers. Eventhough sometimes they are strict, they have clear reasons behind it. And they make us to understand the consequences of their behavior. And this type of their parenting style affects us positively. As a child, a buddy, and a student, I’m so sociable and so friendly; I have a lot of friends. I do not lack involvement with other people. And I do not feel any deprivation of social life. 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?13 | F S 1 - E p i s o d e 6 ( H o m e - S c h o o l L i n k )
  14. 14. A way I can establish home-school collaboration with parents is by being acquaintance to build rapport and gain information from them. Simple small talk, about weather, traffic, a local event, any of those hundreds of things that adults use to make contact with one another, can be appropriate at the beginning of our relationship. But eventually it is necessary for me to talk about the child. An inviting question could be, “What has my student said about his school activities?” It would be necessary to ask open-ended questions in order to get the parents talking about their child and to share information that may help me with the student in school. In order to have a good working relationship with the parents, I need to think like one, to genuinely send off caring and concerned messages when speaking about their child and to create a welcoming environment to their guardians. Positive, honest and clear communication is suggested as the foundation to building personalized relationships with parent where each of us understands and respects each other’s perspective. Working together toward shared goals with shared power, this collaboration can require ongoing planning, development and even evaluation. This can mean soliciting support from the school for needs like release time to meet up with parents/families in the community or development of a family support area in the school. Together, the parents and I can discuss expectations for their child’s achievement and our respective roles in helping the child meet these expectations. As part of an educational institution in the future, I can develop programs to promote effective home-school- partnerships that support positive academic, behavioral and social competencies for all students in my school. I’ll look to be engaged in efforts to increase mutual respect, understanding, caring and flexibility among families and the school community. Parents’ role on the other hand will involve regular communication with me about their childs progress, encouragement of leisure reading with their children, participation in school functions, athletics, and other extra-curricular activities, monitoring homework completion, frequent communication with their children about academic and behavioral expectations and progress. They can also participate in school as committee member or volunteers.14 | F S 1 - E p i s o d e 6 ( H o m e - S c h o o l L i n k )

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