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Field Study 6

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Field Study 6 1-6 with episodes 1 to 6 questions and answers format base on own opinion and answers.

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Field Study 6

  1. 1. FIELD STUDY 6 10/24/2015 KRISTOFFERSON C.SOLAMIN
  2. 2. EPISODE 1 (THE TEACHER AS A PERSON) My Concrete Experience AM I THIS PERSON? Bilbao 2010 Beloware indicatorsof personal qualitieswhichmaydescribe you.Place a /mark on the blankbefore each item if the indicator fits you most of the time or an x mark if the description does not fit you most of the time. _____1. I am mentally alert. _____31. I work beyond the objectives set. _____2. I make correct decision _____32. I do things without being told . _____3. I give attention to details. ____ 33. I do not give up easily on the task. _____4. I analyze every situation. ____ 34. I set high goals for one self. _____5. I am quick to make solutions. _____35. I work with a sense of urgency. _____6. I maintain poise. _____36. I feel sure of what I do. _____7. I remain undisturbed under pressure. _____37. I work for others. _____8. I hold my anger. _____38. I initiate to do the job for all _____9. I am calm in the midst of chaos. ____ 39. I assume responsibility w/ confidence. _____10. I maintain dignity in all circumstances. _____40. I work to succeed. _____11. I am very imaginative. ____ 41. I am pleasant in action, word and appearance. _____12. I create new things. _____42. I am clean and neat as a person. _____13. I like to try out new things. ____ 43. I dress up appropriately. _____14. I accept responsibility and do it well. ____ 44. I am simple, beautiful/handsome. _____15. I utilize to the maximum every material. _____45. I am appealing to others. _____16. I have happy disposition. _____46. I treat everybody with courtesy. _____17. I appreciate other people. ____ 47. I behave appropriately in occasions. _____18. I am tolerantof other people. ____ 48. I select social functions to attend. _____19. I am kind and sympathetic. ____ 49. I use appropriate language. _____20. I help voluntarily. ____ 50. I adjust comfortably in a crowd. _____21. I adjustto differentsituations ____ 51. I have deep concern for others. _____22. I look at the brighter side of life. ____ 52. I am always willing to share. _____23. I enjoy the company of others. ____ 53. I volunteer to do task for others. _____24. I laugh at my own mistakes. ____ 54. I give up personal time for the group. _____25. I can adjust to any group as a member. _____55. I work for the group even w/out assurance in return. _____26. I think that my suggestions are not always correct. _____56. I am fair in giving judgment. _____27. I do not consider self as better than others. _____57. I am consistent in words and actions. _____28. I treat everybody fairly. _____58. I am punctual in attendance. _____29. I see other’s opinion as different from mine. _____ 59. I am sincere in giving suggestions. _____30. I give equal chance for everybody to be heard._____60. I extend help to many others. Number of checks in each cluster (min-1 to max-5)
  3. 3. Personal Attributes Cluster of items Number of check marks Interpretation 1. intelligence 1-5 2. emotional stability 6-10 3. resourcefulness 11-15 4. compassion 16-20 5. buoyancy 21-25 6. objectiveness 26-30 7. self-motivation 31-35 8.self-confidence 36-40 9. pleasantness 41-45 10. refinement 46-50 11. cooperativeness 51-55 12. reliability 56-60 Legend for Interpretation: 5 - Very High 4 – High 3 – Average 2 – Low 1 - Very Low My Observations: Tabulate the results in the matrix found below: The Observed Information Procedure: 1. To get the average, add the scores of the ten teachers and divide by 10. 2. Look at the legend in your own checklist, and determine the description of the average. 3. Study the results. Questions: 1. Which of the twelve attributes is the highest among the teachers? Refinement is the highest. 2. Which of the twelve attributes is the lowest among the teachers? Intelligence, Compassion, Self-Motivation is the lowest attribute among teachers. Personal attributes Scores of checkmarks for each cluster Average Description T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6 T7 T8 T9 T10 1. Intelligence 5 5 2 4 2 5 5 2 4 2 3.6 Average 2. Emotional Stability 4 4 4 5 2 4 4 4 5 2 3.8 Average 3. Resourcefulness 5 5 2 5 5 5 5 2 5 5 4.4 High 4. Compassion 3 3 4 5 3 3 3 4 5 3 3.6 Average 5. Buoyancy 5 4 4 5 5 5 4 4 5 5 4.6 High 6. Objectiveness 4 4 5 5 5 4 4 5 5 5 4.6 High 7. Self-motivation 5 4 2 4 3 5 4 2 4 3 3.6 Average 8. Self-confidence 5 5 2 5 5 5 5 2 5 5 4.4 High 9. Pleasantness 5 4 3 4 3 5 4 3 4 3 3.8 Average 10.Refinement 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 Very High 11.Cooperativeness 5 4 3 5 5 5 4 3 5 5 4.4 High 12.Reliability 5 4 3 4 4 5 4 3 4 4 4 High
  4. 4. 3. How many teachers are low in emotional stability? 2 teachers are low on Emotional Stability. 4. How many teachers are high in compassion? 4 teachers are high on compassion. 5. What six attributes are found to be strong among the teachers? Refinement, Resourcefulness, Cooperativeness, Self-Confidence,Buoyancy and Objectiveness areamong found to bestrong on teachers. 6. What six attributes are found to be weak among the teachers? Intelligence, Compassion, Self-Motivation, Emotional Stability, Pleasantness and Reliability are the attributes prove to be weak among teachers. 7. What interesting observations can you spot from the other data not asked? Each and every teacher is different in personal qualities and attributes they are unique individuals. Use the information from your personal results and those of the ten teachers in making your reflections that follow. My Reflections: 1. Why are some teachersreportedtohave bumpedalearner’sheadonthe wall or made a child swallow scratch paper or pencil filings? What attribute do you think is low for this teacher? I thinkemotionalstability is an attribute that has a heavy bearing on a teacher professionally, emotions can come from different sources either at home or in school or even on a personal social setting. A person can only take on too much stress that a reaction to certain acts can be acted upon with violent or harsh response. It may be true that as a professional teacher we may exercise restraint but when those emotions go out all the way, the collateral damage is someone under authority. 2. Why do you think some teachers are better loved by students than others? I think that teachers are loved because they are closest to home,they poseassecond parentsand attimes the one thatcomfortsthestudentlearners in times of grief,teachers word s can be a reassurance that something is and will come up for the better because they the teachers alwaysteach the studentslearnersthatthe futureis brightand we havethe all the time in the world to makea change in the student learners lives for upliftment and development. The teacher becomes the light in the darkness. 3. If you were to choose, which personal attributes should all teachers possess? Why? I think all teachers should have compassion. Compassion for the profession and compassion for the student learners because without compassion I would notuse my intelligence to teach and sharemy knowledge,Iwould notpractice restraint to be emotionally stable, I would not be resourceful enough to have an objective and a goal, I would not be motivated to come to school early before my students, I will not be well-groomed and refined in coming to class because if you like me fine, if you don’t, I will still receive my salary ,I come to class with confidence so that my self-appreciation rubs on you, I come with good vibes so you can be too. I want my students to rely on me because I am about to offer them the future. My Affirmed Concept: After reflecting on this episode and recalling my previous subjects, I have realized that there are several conceptsinthe teachingprofessionaboutpersonalattributesIlearnedthathasbeenaffirmedandconfirmed;examples of which are given below: 1. Innovative 2. Creative 3. Humility 4. Technology Inclined 5. Organized 6. Social 7. Diverse 8. Committed 9. Dedicated My Future Application: Usingwhat I have learnedinthisepisode,whenI become ateacher,Ishould…developcompassion for teaching. Because thisattribute will teachme tohumble myself andpray, live and learn, to build goodwill and better friendship, will make me beneficial for all concerned.
  5. 5. EPISODE 2 (THE TEACHER’S PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATON) My Concrete Experience: WHAT IS YOUR PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION Each of us has a philosophyof educationora setof fundamental beliefsregarding how we think schools should be run. What isyour philosophyof education?Tofindout,readeachof the followingstatementsaboutthe nature of education. Decide whether you agree or disagree with each statement. Use the following numbers to express your response: 4-agree strongly 2-disagree 3-agree 1-disagree strongly ______1. The studentlearningshouldbe centered onbasicsubjectssuchasreading, writing, history, math and science. ______2.the school subjects should focus on the great thinkers of the past. ______3. Many students learn best by engaging in real-world activities rather than reading. ______4. The students should be permitted to determine their own curriculum. ______5. Subject matter is taught effectively when it is broken down into small parts. ______6. The school subjects should be determined by information that is essential for all students to know. ______7. Schools,above all,shoulddevelopstudents’abilitiestothinkdeeply,analytically,andcreatively; than develop their social skills or provide them with a useful body of knowledge about the ever-changing world ______8. Teaching should prepare students for analyzing and solving the types of problems they will face outside the classroom. ______9. Reality is determined by each individual’s perceptions. There is no objective and universal reality. ______10. People are shaped m6uch more by their environment than by their genetic dispositions or the exercise of their free will. ______11.students shouldnotbe promoted from one grade to the next until they have read and mastered certain key material. ______12. An effective education is not aimed at the immediate needs of the students or society. ______13. The curriculum of a school should be built around the personal experiences and needs of the students. ______14. Students who do not want to study much should not be required to do so. ______15. Programmed learning is an effective method of teaching information. ______16. Academic rigor is an essential component of education. ______17. All students, regardless of ability, should study more or less the same curriculum. ______18. Art classes should focus primarily on individual expression and creativity. ______19. Effective learning is unstructured and informal. ______20. Students learn best through reinforcement. ______21. Effective school assigns a substantial amount of homework. ______22. Educationshouldfocusonthe discussionof timeless questions such as “what is beauty/” or “what is truth?” ______23. Since students learn effectively through social interaction schools should plan for substantial social interaction in their curricula. ______24. The purpose of school is to help students understand themselves and find the meaning of their existence. ______25. Frequent objective testing is the best way to determine what students know. ______26. Countriesmustbecome more competitive economicallywithothercountrieshence school mustbolster their academic requirement to facilitate such competition. ______27. Studentsmustbe taughtto appreciate learningprimarily for its own sake, because it will help them in the ir careers. ______28. Schools must place more emphasis on teaching about the concerns of minorities and women. ______29. Each person has free will to develop as he and she sees fit. ______30. Rewardstudentswell forlearningandtheywill rememberandbe able toapplywhatthey learned, even if do not understand why the information is worth knowing. ______31. Philippine schools should attempt to instill traditional Filipino values of teaching students.
  6. 6. ______32. Teacher-guide discovery of profound truths is a key method of teaching students. ______33. Students should be active participants in the learning process. ______34. There are no external standards of beauty. Beauty is what an individual decides it to be. ______35. We can place a lotof faithinour schoolsandteachersto determine which student behaviors are acceptable and which are not. ______36. Schools must provide students with a firm grasp of basic facts regarding the books, people and events that have shaped the Filipino heritage. ______37. Philosophy is ultimately at least as a practical a subject to study as is computer science. ______38. Teachers must stress for students the relevance of what they are learning for their lives outside, as well as inside, the classroom. ______39. It is more important for a student to develop a positive self-concept than to learn specific concept. ______40. Learning is more effective when students are give frequent tests to determine what they have learned. My Philosophy of Education Essentialism Perennialism Progressivism Existentialism Behaviorism Item S T1 T2 Item S T1 T2 Item S T1 T2 Item S T1 T2 Item S T1 T2 1 2 3 4 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 3 2 2 5 4 3 3 6 4 4 3 7 2 2 4 8 4 4 4 9 3 1 3 10 2 1 3 11 2 2 4 12 1 2 2 13 4 3 4 14 2 1 1 15 4 3 4 16 4 4 4 17 3 2 4 18 4 3 4 19 3 2 3 20 3 4 4 21 3 2 3 22 3 2 1 23 4 2 4 24 4 3 4 25 4 3 2 26 4 4 4 27 4 4 4 28 4 3 3 29 4 4 4 30 3 3 2 31 4 4 4 32 4 3 4 33 4 4 4 34 3 4 3 35 2 3 4 36 4 4 4 37 4 3 3 38 3 4 4 39 3 4 4 40 4 2 4 Total 27 27 26 Total 24 21 27 Total 30 27 31 Total 25 21 24 Total 26 22 26 Legend: S – Self T1 - Teacher1 T2 - Teacher2 Among the three of you, who is more inclined to be an essentialist, perennialist, progressivist, existentialist or behaviorist? Among us three, I am more inclined to be an existentialist, essentialist, and behaviorist. Teacher 1 tends to be more inclined to be essentialist. Teacher 2 is more inclined to be a perennialist, progressivist, and behaviorist. My Observations: 1. Observedactionsof a teacherwhoisa progressivist: The progrssivist teacher is more inclined to critical thinking and allowsherstudentsto be critical thinkers and initiate plans to improve learning. She encourages her students to carry out theirprojectswiththeirowninitiative and plans. She allows the holistic development approach to learning that is teacher 1. 2. Observedactionsof a teacherwhoisa behaviorist: The behaviorist teacher rewards positive behavior in class, gives praisesonpositive workandencouragesparticipation by the students during class activities. He is focused on positive behavior that show learning. My Reflections: Based on your concrete experience and the actions of the teacher you have observed, how important is your philosophyof educationtoyourfuture careeras a teacher?How wouldyourexperiencesandobservationscontribute to your becoming a teacher? As a teacher in the near future, the positive impact on me about the teachers is that encouragement and positive behavioris best be rewarded and noticed and praised. I think that this will boost confidence and appeasement to the
  7. 7. student learners self appreciation. It is encourage able that the simple rewards can develop student learne r to grow emotionally. My philosophyinteachingisthat“I believe thatteachingisthe foundationinall learning.Ialso believe that the student surpasses the master. My goal is to teach in a way that it should make a difference in a student’s life. I want to teach where I can connect to studentssothat these studentsare aresponsiblecitizenthatispart of a community.Iwantmylearningenvironment be competent and professional aspiring for excellence, integrity and the truth. It ismy hope that the studentsIwill teachinthe future will have enoughknowledge and tools to survive life, aspire for self-happiness and be men for others.” Me becomingateacher, beinga teacherislike arock that erodesovertime butthe great thingaboutit isthat beinga rock, itstays withthe times,everfirminitscommitmenttochallenge the everchangingsurroundings,andtrue toits callingtoteach those whocome theirway.Beinga teacherisa committedprofession,demandsagreatdeal of effort and requires love andpassiontostandwithitthroughthe hardshipsandthe diversityof itsintendedaudience.Teaching has manychallengesandreasonsnottoengage the profession.The diversityof the learningstudents,theirbehavior, psychological,emotional,mental andphysical needsthatneededhoning.Varyingskillsthatneededimprovementand developmentandbetteryetrecognizingthe skillsof the learnersfortheirupliftment. My Affirmed Concept: Identifyatleastthree conceptslearnedinyourprevioussubjectlike The Teaching Profession which are related to the Experiential Learning Episode 3 (Teaching Belief/Philosophy) that are confirmed or affirmed in this activity? Enumerate. 1. Affirmed Concept 1 Everyteacherhas a veryunique philosophytofollow,theseare influencedjustbythe same criterion,the reason whywe teach and undergorigoroustrainingandemotional stabilityexercises,asateacherwe are influenced by our backgrounds,personalities,preferences, beliefs, religious orientation, the community around us. Like the student,learnersthe teachersare adiverse flock that individually follows their distinct teaching philosophies. Each one is unique. 2. Affirmed Concept 2 The teachers’ philosophiesadapttothe environment the teacher is teaching in. The diverse background of the studentlearnersare integratedintothe programof the learning experience so that they can relate and a set of standard or base is formulated based on their capacity and capability to comprehend a learning experience. 3. Affirmed Concept 3 Everyteacherappliesthe more effective, efficient, simple and direct teaching, style and method to assess the childat theircompetencylevels. The teachers’ technique is relatively a unique one is honed as skill overtime. The teacher allows the theories and methodologies of teaching education into something new, something her/hisownstyle.Anadaptationof the knownteachingmethodsbeingapplied,avariationof all known styles a teacher can grasp to reach to student learners in her classroom. My Future Application: Using the first hand experiences in this activity, how will I use these when I become a teacher in the future? A. In teaching and learning as a teacher the need to consider needs of the student learners should be top priority in relation to coming up withthe learning environmentthata teacherwill provide,theenvironmentshould bein such a way that student learners should be able to comprehend what is being taught. B. In addressing diversity of learners as a teacher the need to address the diversity of students is to integrate the best effective method or tool to apply to these student learners. Usually the most effective way is the simplest and most
  8. 8. effective teaching style to use. The teaching philosophy should cater to different groups of learners in the school the teacher teaches in. C. In creatinga conducive learningenvironment, safety should bethepriority concern. Nextfollow what is needed by the student learners in learning and what is actually being taught, the materials needed, it should also include the capacity and ability to comprehend learning of the student learners. Comfort should also be considered, will the student learner encounter distractions to a learning environment that will disturb their concentration or is the teacher comfortable in that learning environment, and will the teacher teach at her full capacity?
  9. 9. EPISODE 3 (THE TEACHER IN A SCHOOL SETTING) My Concrete Experience: Copy the Class Program of the Teacher here: Name of the Teacher_____________________________ Name of the School______________________________ District of______________________________________ Division of______________________________________ CLASS PROGRAM Grade 7 Period Minutes Learning Activities Morning Session 45 60 60 30 Flag Raising Ceremonies English Science Recess NOON INTERMISSION Afternoon Session 60 60 Math Filipino Interview the teacher to verify the class program My Observations At the time you are in school, what significant observations have you made? Areas of Focus for Observation in the School Setting My Observations Physical Setting 1. Classroom Arrangement Classic public school arrangement of the classroom;arrange in rows of 10 and columns by 5 divided at the center; center is a walkway facing the chalk board; with the door near the board and at the back of the class. 2. Bulletin Board Display Visible at the sides and at the back; posted are photos of important subjects history, science and math; postedalsoare schedulesof activitiesbythe class. 3. School Playground Groundsis a basketball court; covered with a mini stage; multi functional facility which caters to various school activities and programs. 4. Learning Resource Center Has several computers pc-type(6 units), printers, photocopiers, an internet connection, print materials, books, a globe, projector, and a tv for movie viewing. Socio-psychological Setting 1. Class routines Group cleaners for the day everyday of the week; designated class beadle to check attendance acts
  10. 10. also as prayer leader after and every subject; 2. Teacher Activities Seminars on Anti-bullying Acts; workshops; trainings. 3. Learners Activities Role-playing, simulations, oral reading, forum discussion. 4. Co-curricular Activities Intramurals 5. Extra-curricular Activities Regional and District Meets; My Reflections: Basedon the teacher’sprogram,yourobservationsandyourinterviews, would you now see teaching to be full time job? Why? Why not? I can see it as a fulltime job,I already and set up my mind that being a teacher and choosing the profession demands a fulltime gig. It is because the time that the paper works demands and the time for teaching the student learners amounts to a whole day job plus inserting in and adjusting to the student learner diversity and honing my craft as a teacher it will demand a lot of productive time. How doyou feel aboutthe teacher’sworkplace?Are the conditions,healthyforthe welfare of both the leaners and teachers? It was decentanddesignedtobe alearningworkplace,conducive tobothlearnersandteachers.Securityof bothparties is placed in clearly. The environment is peaceful and quiet; the surroundings are clean and pleasant. Learning at this school environment is utmost very ideal. Do you find the relationships of the teachers and the learners pleasant? Explain your answer. He teacher co-league relationship was cordial and professional, I did not sense the vibe of negativity nor did I feel awkwardnesswhenteachersgatheraround.The interrelationship amongst the staff and the teachers and the students are orderedandorganized.People know where andwhattheirplace inthe organizationchartisat. Theywere friends at most of the time I observed. My Affirmed Concepts: My previous learning in the content courses that were confirmed by this learning episode is the following: 1. That……..as a teacherI needto be vigilanttomyactionsas to not to offendanyone either my colleagues or students, superiors. I understand that being cooperative is a teachers’ trait. 2. That………as a teacher I should have compassion to the learners and to the teaching profession. 3. That………as a teacherI shouldbringina positive vibe toeveryclassroominstructionandtothe entire school member including the parents and other persons outside of campus. My Future Application: How can I improve the school that I have observed when I become a teacher? 1. Classroom arrangement, the classroom is okay but needed repainting. New color makes it look new and pleasant brings in positive vibe together with the surroundings. 2. Bulletin Board display the display is okay but there is always room for improvement. 3. School playground shouldbe safe andfree fromdanger especially when it is small and just too many students prowl the area. 4. Classroom routines it should be efficient, effective and maximizes time. 5. Teacher Activities every of class they should have picked up something otherwise I need to change tactics. 6. Co-curricular Activities encouragement should be fully introduced and supported with. 7. Extra-curricular Activities encouragement of these activities should be fully supported it is with sports that self confidence and self disciplined is being developed.
  11. 11. EPISODE 4 (THE TEACHER IN THE COMMUNITY) My Concrete Experience: Activity 1-RAPID COMMUNITY APPRAISAL Name of the school in the Barangay: Macabalan National High School Name of the Barangay: Macabalan Type: Urban Name of the town/municipality: Cagayan de Oro City Name of the province/city: Misamis Oriental, Cagayan de Oro City 1. Barangay Location 1. Distance from the city (in km) 4.4km 2. Distance fromthe college/university where enrolled 2.9 km II. Demography 1. Population 20,303 *based on 2010 census 2. Number of households: 4,470 * 3. Number of school-going children III: Physical Features (please check) 1. lowland 2. upland 3. mountainous 4. coastal IV. Facilities (please check) 1. School 7. Cooperative School 2. Community center 8. Church/chapel 3. Plaza 9. Electricity 4. Healthcenter 10. Drinking Water Supply 5. Market 11. Reading Center 6. Road network 12. Others (specify) V. Agricultural resources (please check) 1. Rice fields 6. Forest trees (mahogany, narra etc.) 2. Cornfields 7. Bananas 3. Sugarcane fields 8. Root crops 4. Coconut palms 9. Livestocks (carabao, cattle) 5. Fruit trees(mango,jackfruits) 10. Fisheries (ponds, Deepsea) VI. Commercial Resources (please check) 1. Sari-sari stores 6. Factory 2. Trading center 7. Machine shops 3. Rural banks 8. Beauty parlor 4. Cooperative stores 9. Bookstore 5. Carinderia/Restaurant 10. Others (specify)
  12. 12. VII. Common Means of Transportation (please check) 1. Jeepney 5. Bicycle 2. Bus 6. Horseback 3. Tricycle 7. Animal drive Transpo 4. Trisikad 8. Others (specify) VIII. Development programs in the Barangay 1. BrigadaEskwela 2. Clean and Green 3. Gulayanng Bayan 4. Peace and Order 5. Others (please list) IX.Annual CommunityActivities (please check) 1. Barangay Fiesta 2. Community festival 3. Sports festival 4. Search for Ms. Barangay 5. Christmas Celebration 6. Others (please list) X. Other significant Information about the community My Observations: Activity 2- INTERVIEW OF THE SCHOOL TEACHER In your interview, you may ask your Resource Teacher the following questions: 1. What school activities do you conduct that allow the participation of the people in the barangay? The one activity that will involve the community is “Brigada Eskwela” and the Bayanihan will involve both parents and the barangay community residents. 2. Are the community activities that you, as teachers join? Please name. Do your students/pupils also join these activities?I,in the futurewill encouragemy studentsto join in on community activities like fiesta parades, barangay day celebrations. 3. What learningdoyour pupils gain from the activity? I think that they as community members will appreciate further the efforts that their parents and teachers, including the barangay officials to improve the community and by getting involve they will to be responsible members of society. 4. What doesthe community benefit from joining n your school activities? The future of the barangay depends on the citizens thatare living in thesaid barangay,if they show to the student learners that they do not care in the future these future citizens will likely, would not care for it also. 5. As peryour observation,are the lessonsthatyoutaughtin the school transferred to the homes or the community? I am depending and betting that the current education systems motives and values are for the students learner to absorbed it in to themselves and apply to the real world. 6. What community resources have you used in your teaching? As a teacher I am encouraging and approach the barangay help and supportforchildren health and health education. Also, I will see to it that every barangay official will backschoolactivities, getting them involved becausethesechildren will mirror the typeof community the school and the community has built in due time.
  13. 13. My Reflections: 1. Describe the data that you have gathered from your community survey. Make a narrative reportbelowdescribing the data which you gathered. Present 1-2 pictures of the community or barangay in your photo essay. Barangay Macabalan, Cagayan de Oro The schools’ community can greatly influence the way it is run, with the support and cooperation, collaboration, the community can dictate standards and basis for learning but the values formation and level of learning that the school communitycanofferto the studentlearners,the important thing that the community can do is support and back every community activity that the school is involve in. The School Community
  14. 14. The school community has always been the forefront in the molding the future community members of society. The school communityalsoisthe forefrontonvaluesformation.Itisimportantthatwe recognize the value of every teacher inwhat theycan do and influence ourstudentlearners.Theycanmoldthemfordevelopment and growth they can also influence them altogether to responsible society members and responsible people. 2. Make a narrative report on the interview that you have done with the teacher. School Community Collaboration View of a Teacher 1. Which resources thatyouhave identifiedare presentinthe community/Canthese be utilizedinyourteaching? How? My Affirmed Concepts: What concepts learned from your previous courses are affirmed by this Experiential Learning Episode? Concept Remarks ( / or x) 1. A teacher can utilize resources available in the community 2. A teachershouldteach with a view in mind that the learners transfer their learning in home and community 3. teachersare agentsof change of the community 4. Barangay officials, health workers and other human resources can be invited as resources speakers in school 5. The teachershouldalwaysbe willing to support the community in various activities. 6. teachersand schoolsshouldbe unmindful of the community activities 7. Communities should provide support for the learning of their children in school. 8. The sole responsibilityof the teacher is to teach in the school 9. All schoolsare part and parcel of the community where they are situated 10. Community officials should take over the responsibilities of the teachers/.
  15. 15. My Future Application: Basedon Experiential LearningEpisode 4,Ishoulddothe followingwhenIbecome ateacher(please list at least 3 things) 1. Develop my compassion for teaching. In this way my love for the profession will grow for the better. 2. Developmyinterpersonal andintra-personal skillssothatit goesbothways,communicationisthe keyto having learned learners, good relationship with colleagues, a healthy relationship with the school’s staff and administrators, a growing relationship with the parents and the community citizenry. 3. Never ever choose who to teach.
  16. 16. EPISODE 5 (THE GLOBAL TEACHER) My Concrete Experiences: ACTIVITY 1- THE FILIPINO GLOBAL TEACHER NCBTS DOMAINS NCBTS - TSNA Domains Description (High or Low) Domain 1- Social regard for learning High Domain 2- Learning environment High Domain 3- Diversity of Learners High Domain 4- Curriculum High Domain 5- Planning Assessing and Reporting High Domain 6- Community Linkages High Domain7- Personal growthandProfessional development High NCBTS STRANDS STRANDS Description (Expert, Experienced, Developing, Beginning) 1. Teacher’s actions demonstrate value for learning. Expert 2. Demonstrates that learning is of different kinds. Experienced 3. Creates an environment that promotes learning. Expert 4. Makes the classroom environment safe and conducive for learning. Expert 5. Communicates higher learning expectations to each learner. Experienced 6. Establishes and maintains consistent standards. Expert 7. Creates healthy psychological climate for learning. Expert 8. Determines, understands and accepts the learner’s diverse knowledge and experiences. Expert 9. Demonstrates the mastery of the subject. Expert 10. Communicatesclearlearning goals for the lessons. Expert 11. Makes good use of allotted instructional time. Experienced 12. Recognizesgenerallearningprocesses and unique processes for individual learners. Expert 13. Promotes purposive study. Experienced 14. Demonstrates skills in the use of ICT Expert 15. Develops and utilizes creative and appropriate instructional plan. Expert 16. Developsandusesavarietyof appropriate Expert
  17. 17. assessment strategies to monitor and evaluate learning. 17. Monitors regularly and provide feedback on learners. Experienced 18. Communicates promptly and clearly of learners, parents and superiors about progress of learners. Expert 19. Teacherestablisheslearning environment that responds to the aspirations of the community. Expert 20. Take prides in the nobility of the profession. Expert 21. Buildsprofessional linkswithcolleagues to enrich teaching practice. Experienced 22. Reflectsonthe extentof the attainmentof professional developmental goals. Expert ACTIVITY 2- GLOBAL TEACHERS THE WORLD OVER Name of the Country Personal Qualities of Teachers ProfessionalQualitiesof Teachers Requirements to become a Professional Teacher United States of America Compassionate, Positive, Dependable, Communicative, Flexible, Patient and Fun-Loving. Professional,Efficiency, Knowledgeable, Creative, Motivational. State certified working VISA and a Bachelor’s Degree Diploma. New Zealand Committed, Compassionate, Positive, Dependable, Communicative, Flexible, Patient and Fun-Loving. Commitment, Deep understanding of Maori and Pasifika language Professional,Efficiency, Knowledgeable, Creative, Motivational. Bachelor’s Degree or a Diploma on a three- year education course, a two year teaching diploma program, must pass NZ Teachers Council sets of standards and be registered with the council, Thailand Affectionate, Sense of Humor, Respect and Equality Integrity,Have Collegial Ethics, Enthusiastic. Bachelor’s Degree Diplomaor Higher, TESL Certification, Non- Immigrant Business “B” VISA anda GoodPicture and a Good Attitude. Australian Enjoys a challenge, Enthusiastic, Flexible, Ability to work in a Team, Intelligence, Time Management Skills, Sense of Humor, Fair, Can Handle Pressure Professional, Be able to plan and implement effective teaching and learning, be able to demonstrate “exemplary” practice and high expectations of effective learning. Bachelor’s Degree in Education(BSED) or Bachelor’s Degree in Arts(BA), having two majors in BSED, two teaching areas, registeredas teacher to the Teachers Registration Board(TRB), Received
  18. 18. an “S1”or “S2” or “S3”, an “S4” rating from an interview with panel of Education Department staff will be subject to retake the interview My Observations: 1. Based onyour personal interviewof the FilipinoTeacheronthe competencies of the national standards for teachers, has the teacher met the requirements? Explain. Yes, in terms of years of service, competency level, competency trainings and seminars, competency and professional ratings, she can pass to be a global teacher. 2. If the NCBTS is the measure of a global teacher, can the teacher you interviewed meet the challenges of global education? Why? Why not? Yes, simply put the level of teaching the teacher I interviewed has met the National Standards for Teachers competency requirements and level of effectiveness and efficiency. 3. Are there similarities or differences among teachers in other countries in terms of the standard requirements of a professional teacher? Explain your answer. They differ in terms of Professional Knowledge, Professional Practice and Engagement. 4. WouldFilipinoteachersbe comparabletotheirfellow teachersinothercountries? Explain your answer. Yes, in terms of culture traits, the Filipino is known to be hardworking, has higher level humility levels and very experienced and intelligent. Take for example the number of students the public teacher handles from year level to every year is in every sense a challenge. Even the educational materials like textbooks are outdated and way beyond the current generation standards, the current education system demands global change and standards that the average schools in the public sector is not ready for, in materials to be used , in environmental challenges and capacity, likewise the budget for the schoolbuildingsand salaries of the faculty.Theteacher adaptseasily to these changesbecausethey had no choice but to answer the call for globalization. My Reflections: Indeed,becomingaglobal teacher requirescertainstandards.Asobserved,there are more similar expectations of teachers, the world over. As a pre-service teacher education student, how do you see yourself, ten years from now vis a vis the other teachers from all over the world? I see myself teaching my specialization to a certain degree as an expert at my field and be able to teach with the confidence that I met the national standards for efficiency in my field of expertise. That under my teaching, I can show the learners the possibility of a future wherein they will be able to grasp it in a global scale, an opportunity that previously wasa dream but with the globalization is possible with dedication and commitment and the more important the student earner has the passion for it, to be better. Can you meet challenges of being a global teacher? Yes.
  19. 19. My Affirmed Concepts: After undergoing this Experiential Learning Episode, what prior learning in the previous courses has been affirmed? Identify at least three concepts about a global teacher. The concepts I have learned before and are affirmed now include the following: Concept 1: Global teachers are always competitive enough to be able to continually harness their craft and fields of expertise, continually grow for the better to uplift lives of the learners and the community. Concept2: Global Teachersare responsible forcurrentknowledgethatare being introduced, a new idea , new learning methodology,anewteachingapproach,a newwayto approachthe learnerswiththeirever diverse emotional stability and also for the teachers, their emotional stability as well. Concept3: Global teachersmustbe able toadapt to differentcultures,religion,customs, beliefs and traditions that can be wall, blockade to learning. My Future Application: How would you prepare yourself to become a global teacher? At this stagemy preparationsarethosethatinvolveembarking on searching for knowledge and experience. Gaining the right step and the right path will be my first step to become a teacher. Right now my aspirations are to become a teacher,fromthere, I will moveon to harnessing my craftthrough yearsof experienceand continually seek avenues that will add my knowledge to the field I have chosen.
  20. 20. EPISODE 6 (THE TEACHER AS A PROFESSIONAL) My Concrete Experiences: Finda professional teacher in your neighborhood school. Conduct an interview with the teacher by asking the following questions: 1. Where did you graduate your degree? When? Xavier University, BS ED 2003 2. How did your University prepare you to become a good teacher? The universityprovidedme withthe necessarytools and knowledge plus an immersion that would change my point of view about teaching. I was taught to be a man for others. My aspirations in teaching were to make a difference. My vision of success is not about material gain but self fulfillment. I may have change along the years but the very foundation that I hang on to is to be “Men for others.” 3. When did you pass the Licensure Examination for teachers? What was your passing rating? August 2004 86.68% 4. When did you start teaching in the public school? August 2005 5. What makes you happy as a teacher? The greatest joy for me is watching reluctant and distant learners find their voice,passion,and curiosity.Itthrillsme whenthe "lightbulb"goesonandIknow I have helped electrify the situation. At the end of the day, it's all about the positive relationships and the powerful learning. That is happiness for me. 6. What disappoints you as a teacher? I want to address my disappointment with my fellow teachers. I am only referring to what I experience with my own colleagues and perhaps I should not generalize to teachers in general. Furthermore, my remarks refer only to high school teachers – I have a feeling that different skill sets may be more important in elementary and High schools. My disappointmentwithmycolleagueshastodo withtheirlackof love forteachingingeneral.Mythesisisthatyou have to love your job before you can be a good teacher. I also believe that the reverse is true – all the empathy, teaching techniques and patience can not make a good teacher, without a DEEP understanding and love of it. 7. What professional development activities/ trainings have you participated in? Anti-Bullying Seminars, K-12 workshops and seminars the like… 8. Are you a member of a professional organization/ what is the name of the organization? Professional eLearning Society, Alliance of Concerned Teachers, and National Organization of Professional Teachers. 9. As a professional teacher, what Code of Conduct do you strictly follow? Can you name the specific behavior that should be followed to the utmost? “Teachers are duly licensed professionals who possess dignity and reputation with high moral values as well as technical and professional competence.” “To enjoy academic freedom and enjoy the privilege that comes with it”. This is one that is my favorite among others because itexemplifies the right for education even me as a teacher, I have the freedom for growth and development. 10. What kindof teacherwouldyoudreamto become before youretire?Doyouhave a careerpath? Describe whatkind of professional teacheryouare alongthe timeline presentedbelow:Describe the pointas:BeginningTeacher/Inductee; Developing Teacher/ Young Professional; Mentor Teacher; Expert teacher/ Sterling
  21. 21. 1-3 yearsinservice thiswill be myfirststep into the teaching profession, At this time I will be able to live my passion and develop more my love for teaching. 4-10 yearsin service atthispointI will be on the road to honing my skill sets and field of specialization by growing and building enough backyard knowledge that will implore other options for growth. 11-15years in service At this stage, I would be a mentor. 15 years and above years in service at this time I will be an expert teacher, having a field of expertise that is close to perfect but needs continuous growth for the field because earning is growth and is continuous. The re will always be other steps much easier than the previous ones. My Observations: From the answers given by the teacher you interviewed, is the teacher a professional teacher? 1. Why do youthinkso? Yes. He is a professionalteacher.Because with the knowledge he has acquired he can’t just reel it in, he has to share that knowledge because there is a need for it plus he personality demands that he talks about it. And when he teaches he has that glow and enthusiasm that he loves teaching and that it has become he’s life already. He had fallen in love with teaching. He is high when he teaches; he teaches with pride and refinement that when he teaches it becomes aspiring. 2. Why don’t you think so? Can you find other teachers who are professional teachers among the teachers whom you know? Yes. What characteristics or qualities distinguish a professional teacher from a non-professional teacher? A professional teacher is committed, makes the profession a mission, he has compassion and love for the teaching profession andhastakena oath andis registeredwiththe Boardforteachers, whilethe non-professional teacher is not qualified enough to have the proper training and has not passed and or taken an oath as a teacher, he may not have enough compassion for the profession and love for the job. My Reflections: Consideringthatyouwill be afuture professional teacher,whatstandardsshouldyouupholdbasedonthe Code of Ethics for professional Teachers? I think all that has been described by law. I think it should all cover the basis to be a professional teacher My Affirmed Concepts: Basedon the learningIgainedinmypreviouscoursesonthe professional teacher,thisexperiential learningepisode has affirmed concepts that: 1. Professional teachers…remain teaching even though nobody recognizes their efforts because it is a mission. 2. Professional teachers…major concern is success and faithfulness. 3. Professional teachers…committed even if it means letting go of other activities. 4. Professional teachers…do teaching for pay and for service because it is a mission and a profession. 5. Professional teachers…fill the school with teachers it becomes a great school.
  22. 22. My Future Application: When I become a professional teacher, I should………….. AM I THIS PERSON? Bilbao 2010 Beloware indicatorsof personal qualitieswhichmaydescribe you.Place a/mark on the blankbefore each item if the indicator fits you most of the time or an x mark if the description does not fit you most of the time. _____1. I am mentally alert. ____ 31. I work beyond the objectives set. _____2. I make correct decision ____ 32. I do things without being fold . _____3. I give attention to details. ____ 33. I do not give up easily on the task. _____4. I analyze every situation. ____ 34. I set high goals for one self. _____5. I am quick to make solutions. _____35. I work with a sense of urgency. _____6. I maintain poise. _____36. I feel sure of what I do. _____7. I remain undisturbed under pressure. _____37. I work for others. _____8. I hold my anger. _____38. I initiate to do the job for all _____9. I am calm in the midst of chaos. ____ 39. I assume responsibility w/ confidence. ____ 10. I maintain dignity in all circumstances. _____40. I work to succeed. ____ 11. I am very imaginative . ____ 41. I am pleasant in action, word and appearance. ____ 12. I create new things. ____ 42. I am clean and neat as a person. ____ 13. I like to try out new things. ____ 43. I dress up appropriately. ____ 14. I accept responsibility and do it well. ____ 44. I am simple, beautiful/handsome. ____ 15. I utilize to the maximum every material. _____45. I am appealing to others. ____ 16. I have happy disposition. _____46. I treat everybody with courtesy. ____ 17. I appreciate other people. ____ 47. I behave appropriately in occasions. ____ 18. I am tolerant of other people. ____ 48. I select social functions to attend. ____ 19. I am kind and sympathetic. ____ 49. I use appropriate language. ____ 20. I help voluntarily. ____ 50. I adjust comfortably in a crowd. ____ 21. I adjust to different situations ____ 51. I have deep concern for others. ____ 22. I look at the brighter side of life. ____ 52. I am always willing to share. ____ 23. I enjoythe company of others. ____ 53. I volunteer to do task for others. ____ 24. I laugh at my own mistakes. ____ 54. I give up personal time for the group. ____ 25. I can adjust to any group as a member. _____55. I work for the group even w/out assurance in return. ____ 26. I think that my suggestions are not always correct. _____56. I am fair in giving judgment. ____ 27. I do not consider self as better than others. _____57. I am consistent in words and actions. ____ 28. I treat everybody fairly. _____58. I am punctual in attendance. ____ 29. I see other’s opinion as different from mine. _____ 59. I am sincere in giving suggestions. ____ 30. I give equal chance for everybody to be heard. ____ 60. I extend help to many others. Number of checks in each cluster (min-1 to max-5)
  23. 23. Personal Attributes Cluster of items Number of check marks Interpretation 1. Intelligence 1-5 2. Emotional Stability 6-10 3. Resourcefulness 11-15 4. Compassion 16-20 5. Buoyancy 21-25 6. Objectiveness 26-30 7. Self-Motivation 31-35 8. Self-Confidence 36-40 9. Pleasantness 41-45 10.Refinement 46-50 11.Cooperativeness 51-55 12.Reliability 56-60 Legend for Interpretation: 5 - Very High 4 - High 3 - Average 2 - Low 1 - Very Low

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