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Field Study 7 Episode 1-5

Practice Teaching Handbook and Portfolio Sample Design
This is for my (Jojielyn D. Aquino) sister's requirement in her PT

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Field Study 7 Episode 1-5

  1. 1. MY LEARNING EPISODE OVERVIEW My first episode will explain the expectations of my Teacher Education Institution and my Cooperating School . This will allow me to better understand the dos and don’ts of teaching in the real workplace. The orientation conducted by my practicum supervisor and the cooperating principal will ensure my success as a student intern. MY TARGETS (LEARNING OUTCOMES) At the end of this activity, I will be able to:  Analyze the expectations of my cooperating school and that of my teacher educa- tion institution;  Reflect on the things I need to do to become a successful student intern;  Follow all the policies and procedures of my cooperating school;  Accomplish the matrix of expectations; and  Write my responsibilities as a student intern.  Orientation  Expectations  Cooperating school  Cooperating principal  Cooperating teacher 5 Outstand- ing 4 Exceed/s Expecta- tions 3 Meet/s Expecta- tions 2 Need’s improve- ment 1 Unac- ceptable Perfor- mance My Episodes My Analysis My Reflections My Applica- tion My Portfolio MY PERFORMANCE (How I shall be rated?)
  2. 2. To get to know my cooperating school better, I must do the following
  3. 3. After the orientation conducted by my practicum supervisor/ cooperating principal, what are the things that I need to remember? Expectations My Responsibilities Expectations My Responsibilities Teacher Education Institution Cooperating School
  4. 4. After my orientation session with my practicum supervisor and cooperating principal, I need to equip myself with the Practice Teaching kit to better prepare myself in this won- derful world of teaching. K N O W L E D G E A T T I T U D E S S K I L L S H A B I T S
  5. 5. Complete the structured form
  6. 6. How did I feel after the orientation? Complete the empty face and explain why you felt that way? What are your joys/ apprehensions?
  7. 7. Encircle the letter of the correct answer 1. There is a need to have orientation sessions to: I. Establish the right atmosphere II. Formulate guidelines to follow III.Develop good relationships A. I only B. I and II C. II and III D. I, II, and III 2. Why do we need to know the dos and don’ts of the cooperating school? A. To have better relationship with the school community B. To ensure the completion of the required units C. To strengthen the ties between the Teacher Education Institu- tion and the Cooperating School D. To complete the requirements set by the school 3. Meeting the expectations of the Teacher Education Institution is important A. To have better relationship between the Teacher Education In- stitution and the Cooperating School B. To ensure completion of the course C. To fully attain the objectives set forth by the College D. To stress the need for standardization of requirements
  8. 8. MY LEARNING EPISODE OVERVIEW This episode will allow me to meet my cooperating teacher. This activity will also give me the chance to better understand the expectations of my cooperating teacher. MY TARGETS (LEARNING OUTCOMES) At the end of this activity, I will be able to:  Meet my cooperating teacher  Reflect on the expectations of my cooperating teacher  Observe and record important notes during the discussion with my cooperating teacher  Interact with my cooperating teacher  Give assistance to my cooperating teacher 5 Outstand- ing 4 Exceed/s Expecta- tions 3 Meet/s Expecta- tions 2 Need’s improve- ment 1 Unac- ceptable Perfor- mance My Episodes My Analysis My Reflections My Applica- tion My Portfolio MY PERFORMANCE (How I shall be rated?)  Observe my coop- erating teacher es- pecially in establish- ing classroom rou- tines  Remember that the early period of ob- servation is highly significant in mak- ing my practice teaching more meaningful and re- warding  Follow my cooper- ating teacher’s rules and expecta- tions to build a solid and meaningful re- lationship
  9. 9. These are the tings I need to do
  10. 10. Name of Cooperating Teacher: School graduated from: Highest educational attainment: Subject/s handled: Number of years of teaching experience: My Cooperating Teacher’s Expectations My Expectations Likewise, I also have my expectations that I needed to convey to my cooperating teacher in order that my needs are also met and understood.
  11. 11. In the observation phase, I need to do the following To fully equip myself to better understand my cooperating teacher, I need to know her/ his personal characteristics. Choose any three (3) significant characteristics and why you need to do to emulate these virtues. Personal Characteristics Why you need to emulate these virtues?
  12. 12. Check one and explain. I am ready for the teaching profession because... I still need to overcome my apprehensions because...
  13. 13. Read the situations and encircle the letter of the cor- rect answer. 1. As a student intern, I need to fully understand the expec- tations of my cooperating teacher to ensure . A. Better rapport and harmonious relationship B. Greater familiarity on his/her needs and interest C. The development of learning materials D. The establishment of classroom routines 2. Why do I need to consult my cooperating teacher at all times? A. For better delivery of the lessons B. To select the best materials, activities and strategies C. For better unity and cooperation D. To avoid quarrels and misunderstanding 3. How can I establish and maintain cordial relationships with my cooperating teacher? A.Do some errands for him/her B. Follow him/her wherever he/she goes C. Obey all his/her instructions D.Maintain professional relations all the time.
  14. 14. MY LEARNING EPISODE OVERVIEW This episode describes my second home. It showcases the different facilities and learning resources of my cooperating school. Visiting these places in my cooperating school will enable me to utilize these resources to make the teaching-learning pro- cess more meaningful. Being aware of these facilities in my cooperating school will give me a sense of belongingness- for this is my second home. MY TARGETS (LEARNING OUTCOMES) At the end of this activity, I will be able to:  Visit the school’s facilities and resources  Meet the various school personnel  Utilize these learning resources of the school when needed  Analyze the vision and mission of the school 5 Outstand- ing 4 Exceed/s Expecta- tions 3 Meet/s Expecta- tions 2 Need’s improve- ment 1 Unac- ceptable Perfor- mance My Episodes My Analysis My Reflections My Applica- tion My Portfolio MY PERFORMANCE (How I shall be rated?)  Office of the Principal  Classrooms  Media Center  Library  HE  Medical Clinic  Guidance Office  Canteen  Auditorium
  15. 15. To better know my second home, I should do the following tasks
  16. 16. School Facilities Visited Importance of these Facilities in the Teaching– Learning Process Complete the chart of the school facilities/ learning resources you have visited/ utilized. Write down the importance of these ensuring quality instructions.
  17. 17. LOGO OF THE SCHOOL
  18. 18. Friendly and Non– threatening by Safe, secure and conducive to learn- ing by Environment that promotes fair- ness and equality by VISION MISSION CORE VALUES I realized that So I need to
  19. 19. Answer the question below
  20. 20. Read the situations and encircle the letter of the cor- rect answer. 1. How can I promote fairness in my learning environment? A. Respect individual differences B. Separate girls from boys C. Place all children with special needs infront D. Isolate the unruly children in class 2. To improve the oral proficiency of students in class, what can you do? A. Give them more exercises in grammar B. Provide individual work rather than group work C. Schedule more practice sessions in a speech laboratory D. Invite a resource speaker 3. Make your classroom environment safe and secure by _____. A. Asking the security guard to stay near your room B. Removing some fixtures and using less appliances and devices C. Ensuring that all unsafe devices are secured D. Checking the physical environment at all times
  21. 21. MY LEARNING EPISODE OVERVIEW This episode illustrates the diversity of my learners. This will give me the chance to acquaint myself with needs, interests and abilities of my learners. Being aware of these features will equip me with greater knowledge and understanding to ensure the quality instruction. MY TARGETS (LEARNING OUTCOMES) At the end of this activity, I will be able to:  Describe the learners in my respective grade level and subject  Use various sources to know my students better  Establish consistent standards of learner’s behavior  Prepare rules for my learners to follow  Utilize techniques to suit my learner’s needs  Articulate insights, reflections about learners 5 Outstand- ing 4 Exceed/s Expecta- tions 3 Meet/s Expecta- tions 2 Need’s improve- ment 1 Unac- ceptable Perfor- mance My Episodes My Analysis My Reflections My Applica- tion My Portfolio MY PERFORMANCE (How I shall be rated?)  Each individual is unique  Students vary in learning styles  Students learn through different modalities  The learning en- vironment must be safe, secured, friendly, non- threatening and must treat stu- dents with fair- ness
  22. 22. These are the things I need to do
  23. 23. I observe my learners during the first day of internship. I observed that I created an opportunity where I can gather their thoughts, deas, feelings about their school, subject and classmates About their school About their classmates About their subject
  24. 24. Read the situations and encircle the letter of the cor- rect answer. 1. Ms. Valdez is a new teacher in a public school. She has 50 grade one pupils in the class. What must she do to ensure easy remem- bering of the names of her pupils on the first day of class? A. Interview each pupil B. Prepare a seat plan C. Arrange them alphabetically D. Ask a picture from each pupil 2. Students learn by different modalities. There are those who learn best by pictures, illustrations and the like. What is the learning modality of these students? A. Tactile B. Auditory C. Visual D. Kinesthetic 3. To learn best about your students, you must _____. I. Observe them well II. Talk to them during recess or lunch breaks III.Analyze their records A. I only B. I and II C. II and III D. I, II and III
  25. 25. MY LEARNING EPISODE OVERVIEW This episode enables me to observe the different classroom routines and performed by my cooperating teacher. Getting acquainted with these routines will ensure a very organized, systematic and orderly classroom. MY TARGETS (LEARNING OUTCOMES) At the end of this activity, I will be able to:  Meet my cooperating teacher  Reflect on the expectations of my cooperating teacher  Observe and record important notes during the discussion with my cooperating teacher  Interact with my cooperating teacher  Give assistance to my cooperating teacher 5 Outstand- ing 4 Exceed/s Expecta- tions 3 Meet/s Expecta- tions 2 Need’s improve- ment 1 Unac- ceptable Perfor- mance My Episodes My Analysis My Reflections My Applica- tion My Portfolio MY PERFORMANCE (How I shall be rated?) These are the backbone of daily classroom life. They facilitate teaching and learning. Routines do not just make your life easier, they save valuable classroom time. What’s more important is effi- cient routines make it eas- ier for students to learn and achieve more. When routines and procedures are carefully taught, mod- eled and established in the classroom, children know what is expected of them and how to do cer- tain things on their own. Having these predictable patterns in place allows teachers to spend more time in meaningful in- struction. Source: Learning to teach: not just for Beginners by Linda Shalaway www.teacher.scholastic.com
  26. 26. These are the things I need to do Observe the Line Formation Checking of Attendance Prayer Passing of papers/ books Getting the learners materi- Writing assignments and re- Other activities that need procedures
  27. 27. What routines do I need to establish in order to make me a better classroom manager? Line Formation Line Formation Line Formation Line Formation Line Formation Line Formation Line Formation Line Formation Line Formation Line Formation Line Formation
  28. 28. Name of Teacher: School: Grade Level Handled:
  29. 29. Arriving in the morning Taking attendance Posting reminders Throughout the day Ending the day
  30. 30. Read the situations and encircle the letter of the cor- rect answer. 1. Why do we need to establish classroom routines? I. To improve classroom management II. To enhance classroom instruction III.To save valuable time A. I only B. I and II C. II and III D. I, II and III 2. When do you establish classroom routines? A. At the middle of the year B. At the end of the year C. At the beginning of the year D. Anytime the teacher deems proper 3. When the students come in the morning, what routines may be employed? A. Study along the corridor and wait for their classmates B. Assign a leader to come early and check the attendance C. Have an attendance pocket chart to develop responsibil- ity D. Construct a seat plan and let students locate their seats

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