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  • 1. RATIONALIZATION in TEACHING PROFESSION Dr. Jewish Araneta-Merin
  • 2. 1. Were teachers in the Philippines required of a professional licensesince the establishment of the Philippine educational system? CODE OF ETHICS FOR PROFESSIONAL TEACHERS Pursuant to the provisions of paragraph (e), Article 11, of R.A. No. 7836,otherwise known as the Philippine Teachers Professionalization Act of 1994 and paragraph (a), section 6, P.D. No. 223, as amended, the Board for Professional Teachers hereby adopt the Code of Ethics for Professional Teachers A. No, it was only with the effect of R.A. 7836 that a professional license was required
  • 3. 2. For greater efficiency and effectiveness, the Philippine educationalsystem is tri-focalized. What is a proof? B. The presence of Dep. Ed for basic education, CHED for higher education and TESDA for vocational education
  • 4. 3. When all other requirements are met, when should religion be taught inpublic schools, as provided for in the Constitution? Once a week during lunch break
  • 5. 4. With R.A. 9155, to which body were all the functions, programs, andactivities of the Department of Education related to Sports competitiontransferred? A. Philippine Sports Commission
  • 6. 5. Which according to RA 9155 is considered the “heart of formal education system”?REPUBLIC ACT NO. 9155August 11, 2001AN ACT INSTITUTING A FRAME WORKOF GOVERNANCE FOR BASICEDUCATION, ESTABLISHINGAUTHORITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY,RENAMING THE DEPARTMENT OFEDUCATION, CULTURE AND SPORTS ASTHE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, ANDFOR OTHER PURPOSESSection 2. Declaration of Policy.The school shall be the heart of theformal education system. It is wherechildren learn.Schools shall have a single aim ofproviding the best possible basiceducation for all learners. D. The school
  • 7. 6. According to R.A. 9155, a school head has two roles, namelyadministrative manager and __________. Section 4. Definition of Terms. (m) .School Head - is a person responsible for the administrative and instructional supervision of the school or cluster of school B. instructional leader
  • 8. 7. For a well managed classroom, is it wise to establish classroom routine? C. Yes, it saves you a lot of time
  • 9. 8. Which practice helps the teacher maximize time for instruction?In the proactive approach to classroom The reactive approach to classroommanagement, the teacher uses different management is a teachers response following abehaviours to lessen the likelihood that a students misbehavior in the classroom. Thestudent will act out. The student will achieve the teacher imposes punishment that is fair anddesired behaviour. A teacher can use a proactive consistent when dealing with a studentsapproach by establishing rules in the classroom inappropriate actions. An example of this wouldand praising students who behave according to be a student being excessively late to class. Thisbehaviour expectations. student may be punished by having to serve detention after school. B. Employ a reactive approach to discipline
  • 10. 9. Which practice in our present educational system is in line with Plato’sthought that “nothing learned under compulsion status with the mind?” B. Making the teaching-learning process interesting
  • 11. 10. Applying Confucius’ teachings, how would hiring personnel select the most fit in government positions?C. By record evaluation done by an accrediting body
  • 12. 11. “Moral example has a greater effect on pupils’ discipline than laws and codes of punishment’ is an advice for teachers from __________.A. Confucius
  • 13. 12. The significance of liberal education in holistic development of studentsis supported by __________. A. Pragmatism
  • 14. 13. In the schools, we teach realities that cannot be verified by thesenses like an invisible God or Allah. Whose beliefs does this practiceNEGATE? C. Skeptics’
  • 15. 14. Is a sick teacher, the only one assigned in a remote school, excusedfrom her teaching duty? REPUBLIC ACT NO. 4670June 18, 1966THE MAGNA CARTA FORPUBLIC SCHOOLTEACHERSV.LEAVE AND RETIREMENT BENEFITSSec. 25.Indefinite Leave. An indefinitesick leave of absence shall be granted toteachers when the nature of the illnessdemands a long treatment that willexceed one year at the least. D. Yes, she is sick
  • 16. 15. Why is the exodus of Filipino professionals, descry bed as “braindrain”?I.Those who go abroad are usually the better ones because they are theones who pass screening procedures.II.Filipino professionals serve other countries instead.III.They contribute to nation building through their dollar remittances. D. I, II
  • 17. 16. What is a demonstration of your authority as a professional teacher? A. You decide on how to teach a particular lesson
  • 18. 17. Which statement on true authority is WRONG? REPUBLIC ACT NO. 9155 Section 4 i) Learning Facilitator - is the key learning support person who is responsible for supervising/facilitating the learning process and activities of the learner; D. It seeks its own satisfaction and privilege
  • 19. 18. If you have a problem with another teacher, the first step towardsresolution should be for you to __________. B. talk directly with the teacher involved
  • 20. 19. What is ethical for you to do if deep within your heart you do not agreewith the school policy on student absences? A. Understand the policy and support the school in its implementation
  • 21. 20. Teachers often complain of numerous non-teaching assignmentsthat adversely affect their teachings. Does this mean that teachers mustbe pre-occupied only with their teaching? C. No, because every teacher is expected to provide leadership in activities for the betterment of the communities when they live and work
  • 22. 21. A teacher does NOT agree with the selective retention policy of theschool and she openly talks against it in her classes. Is her behaviorethical? C. No, it is her duty to faithfully carry it out even if she does not agree
  • 23. 22. You want to report on a colleague’s act of immorality. You don’t havethe courage to confront her. To end her illicit affair with a married man youwrite and secretly distribute copies of your anonymous letter against yourfellow teacher. What should have been done instead?REPUBLIC ACT NO. 4670THE MAGNA CARTA FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERSSection 9. Administrative Charges.Administrative charges against a teacher shall be heard initially by acommittee composed of the corresponding School Superintendent of theDivision or a duly authorized representative who should at least have therank of a division supervisor, where the teacher belongs, as chairman, arepresentative of the local or, in its absence, any existing provincial ornational teachers organization and a supervisor of the Division. The last twoto be designated by the Director of Public Schools. The committee shallsubmit its findings and recommendations to the Director of Public Schoolswithin thirty days from the termination of the hearings: Provided, however,That where the school superintendent is the complainant or an interestedparty, all the members of the committee shall be appointed by the Secretaryof Education.
  • 24. 23. Teacher Wyneth, a teacher for forty years, refuses to attendseminars. She claims that her forty years of teaching is more than all theseminars she is asked to attend. Are her actuation and thinking inaccordance with the Code of Ethics for Professional Teachers? B. No, a professional teacher, regardless of teaching experience, ought to go through continuing professional education
  • 25. 24. A principal asked her good teachers to write modular lessons in Science, and she had them published with her name printed as author. Which is unethical in this case?REPUBLIC ACT NO. 9155CHAPTER 1.GOVERNANCE OF BASIC EDUCATIONE. School LevelThere shall be a school head for all public elementary schools and public high schools or a clusterthereof.Consistent with the national educational policies, plans and standards, the school heads shall haveauthority, accountability and responsibility for the following:(1) Setting the mission, vision, goals and objectives of the school;(2) Creating an environment within the school that is conducive to teaching and learning;(3) Implementing the school curriculum and being accountable for higher learning outcomes;(4) Developing the school education program and school improvement plan;(5) Offering educational programs, projects and services which provide equitable opportunities forall learners in the community;(6) Introducing new and innovative modes of instruction to achieve higher learning outcomes;(7) Administering and managing all personnel, physical and fiscal resources of the school;(8) Recommending the staffing complement of the school based on its needs;(9) Encouraging staff development;(10) Establishing school and community networks and encouraging the active participation ofteachers organization. C. She got the merit which was due for her teacher-writers
  • 26. 25. Is it ethical on the part of the teacher to proselyte (make converts) in her classroom every Friday?C. No, a teacher shall not engage in thepromotion of her/his religious interest in theclassroom.
  • 27. 26. Which describes Philippine education during the Spanish Regime? D. Emphasis on religious instruction
  • 28. 27. Which statement below is true about grade 7 in the Philippines? A highly centralized public school system was installed in 1901 by the Philippine Commission by virtue of Act No. 74. The implementation of this act created a heavy shortage of teachers. As a result, Philippine Commission authorized the Secretary of Public Instruction to bring to the Philippines more than 1,000 teachers from the United States called the Thomasites from 1901 to 1902. These teachers were scattered throughout the islands to establish barangay schools.[12] The same law established the Philippine Normal School (now the Philippine Normal University) to train aspiring Filipino teachers.D. The 1901 Department of PublicInstruction established Grade 7
  • 29. 28. A pregnant, unmarried woman aborted her baby to avoid disgrace. Isshe morally justified to do that? C. No, abortion is immoral
  • 30. 29. Whose philosophical concept is that of Teacher A?The learner is a product of his environment. Sometimes he has no choice.He is determined by his environment.” B. Behaviorist’s
  • 31. 30. Teacher B’s response comes from the mouth of a / an __________.Teacher B – “The learner can choose what he can become despite hisenvironment”. B. existentialist
  • 32. 31. If you agree with Teacher C, you are more of a / an __________.Teacher C – “The learner is a social being who learns well through anactive interplay with others”. D. progressivist
  • 33. 32. If you identify yourself with Teacher D, you adhere to the __________philosophy.Teacher D – “The learner is a rational being. Schools should develop hisrational and moral powers”. D. perennialist
  • 34. 33. Whose response denies man’s free will? A. Teacher A’s
  • 35. 34. To ensure that all Filipino children are functionally literate, whichmechanism is meant to reach out to children who are far from a school?Alternative Learning System-is a parallel learning system to provide a viable alternative to the existingformal education instruction. It encompasses both the non-formal andinformal sources of knowledge and skills; C. mobile teacher
  • 36. 35. Complete this analogy,Spanish period: moral and religious person. American period: ____________.C. patrioticcitizen
  • 37. 36. Which is NOT a characteristic of education during the Pre-Spanishera? B. Structured
  • 38. 37. Referring to the characteristics of the latest Basic EducationalCurriculum, which does NOT belong to the group? B. Less prescriptive
  • 39. 38. Which program is Dep.Ed’s vehicle in mobilizing support from theprivate and non-government sectors to support programs based onDepEd’s menu of assistance packages? C. Adopt-A-School-Program
  • 40. 39. Just as selected Filipino teachers today are sent to study, theAmericans did the same in 1903. These teacher scholars were known as________. The Pensionado Act of 1903 (or Act 854) refers to the law which allowed qualified Filipino students to study in the United States. Passed on August 26, 1903 by Governor General William Howard Taft‘s government through the Philippine Commission, this act provided funds for such students, called Pensionados, to acquire their college degrees at schools in the United States. B. pensionados
  • 41. 40. Which Dep.Ed test do out-of-school youths and adults take enablethem to enroll in college if they pass it? D. Accreditation and Equivalency
  • 42. 41. Which is compulsory for children of school ages as stated in the 1987Philippine Constitution? ARTICLE XIV EDUCATION, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, ARTS, CULTURE AND SPORTS EDUCATION Section 2. The State shall: (1)Establish, maintain, and support a complete, adequate, and integrated system of education relevant to the needs of the people and society; (2) Establish and maintain, a system of free public education in the elementary and high school levels. Without limiting the natural rights of parents to rear their children, elementary education is compulsory for all children of school age; C. Elementary education
  • 43. 42. Which feature was TRUE of Philippine education during the Spanishregime? B. Emphasis on religious instruction
  • 44. 43. Which is in line with equitable access to education but runs counter to quality?PACUCOA - Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities C. Program accreditation
  • 45. 44. The National College Entrance Examination (NCEE) was abolished,because it was perceived to be____________. B. Against the democratization of access to education
  • 46. 45. To avail of the Accreditation and Equivalency Test for adults and out-of-school youth is in support of the government’s educational programtowards __________. A. quality and relevance
  • 47. 46. An educator from Rotterdam who wrote the book “Liberal Education ofChildren” where he advanced the idea of using games and play andindividualized instruction to educate children. D. ERASMUS
  • 48. 47. The Father of Reformation who wrote the 95 theses, denouncing the Catholic Church.B. LUTHER
  • 49. 48. He established a child centered school in 1840 which came to beknown as “Kindergarten”. C. FROEBEL
  • 50. 49. Classes begin in September and end in June of everyyear. Duration of compulsory education is from entry of 6years old to exit of 18 years old. It is provided by the government, with control and funding coming from three levels: federal, state and local. Educational standards and standardized testing decisions are usually made by state governments. Children are required to begin school with a one-year Kindergarten class during the year in which they turn 4 or 5. They are required to continue attending school until the age of 16 to 18, depending on the state, with a growing number of states now requiring school attendance until the age of 18 B. USA
  • 51. 50. The entry age of compulsory education is 6 years old and exit age of15 years old. Other students may get a job after year 10 or go to a TAFECollege to learn technical skills.Has a high quality ofeducationA. Basic Education :i. Primary school is for sixyrs.,ii. High school is for six yrs.,junior(yr 7 - 10), senior high(yr 11 – 12)B. Higher Education:Academic yr. in Australiabegins in March and ends inNovember.University level studies beginwith the undergraduate level.Second stage ispostgraduate studies A.AUSTRALIA
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