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COMPONENTS OF EDUCATION
 
Education
 
the word education is derived from
educare
(Latin) "bring up", which is related to
educere
"bringout", "bring forth what is within", "bring out potential" and
ducere
, "to lead".
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n the largest sense it is any act or experience that has a formative effect on the mind, character or physical ability of an individual.
I
n its technical sense, education is the process by which society deliberately transmits itsaccumulated knowledge, skills and values from one generation to another.
ROLE OF TEACHER and LEARNER The Teacher
T
eachers have exhibited a variety of functions within their roles.
A primary function of a teacher has been to guide learners through activities to achieve statedgoals.
Resource persons
Planners
Facilitators
I
mplementers
Evaluators
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eachers recognize learners as human beings with their individual needs, goals, interests, values, past experiences and expectations.
T
he second function of the teacher is to evaluate learners and the curriculum.
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his function requires knowledge of curriculum development and instruction and evaluation of learners¶ performance.
T
he third function is self ± evaluation of learners¶ performance.
The Learner
T
he role of learner is one of active involvement in the learning process with some input into theobjectives to be achieved.
Learning is a self-activity and requires involvement of each individual in the process.
 No one can learn for another person.
Learning things helps an individual achieve their goals.
Although the roles of teacher and learner are distinct and different in many ways, there are somecommon characteristics related to education.
Shared goal setting ± exploring means to achieve goals with both teacher and studentworking to help the students achieve the goal of learning.
Preserving the society ± this is done by learning something that prepares one for useful,constructive, working and happy living.
 
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e a registered nurse in the Philippines;(b)
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ave at least one (1) year of clinical practice in a field of specialization;(c)
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e a member of good standing in the accredited professional organization of nurses; and(d)
B
e a holder of a master's degree in nursing, education, or other allied medical and health sciencesconferred by a college or university duly recognized by the Government of the Republic of thePhilippines.
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n addition to the aforementioned qualifications, the dean of a college must have a master's degree innursing.
H
e/she must have at least five (5) years of experience in nursing.
Nature, Principles and Characteristics of Learning and Teaching
 
Nature of Learning
 
 
D
ynamic
 
I
ndividualized Experience & Self Activity
 
Goal Oriented
 
Self Regulating Process
 
Nature of Teaching
 
 
Planning
 
I
mplementing
 
Evaluating
 
Goal
D
irected
 
Complex Process
 
Guiding Learners
 
Characteristics of Learning
1.
 
Self Activity2.
 
Perception3.
 
Communication4.
 
T
ransaction5.
 
Goal Orientation6.
 
D
ynamic7.
 
Feedback 8.
 
Personal9.
 
Conceptual10.
 
Affective11.
 
Psychomotor 12.
 
T
hinking
Characteristics of Teaching
1.
 
T
eaching is Goal
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eaching is
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T
eaching is Perceiving4.
 
T
eaching is Communicating5.
 
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eaching is
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ransactional6.
 
T
eaching is Situational7.
 
T
eaching is a Complex ProcessC
 Principles of Learning
 
Students¶ prior knowledge can help or hinder learning.
H
ow students organize knowledge influences how they learn and apply what they know.
Students¶ motivation determines, directs, and sustains what they do to learn.
T
o develop mastery, students must acquire component skills, practice integrating them, and knowwhen to apply what they have learned.
Goal-directed practice coupled with targeted feedback enhances the quality of students¶ learning.
Students¶ current level of development interacts with the social, emotional, and intellectualclimate of the course to impact learning.
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o become self-directed learners, students must learn to monitor and adjust their approaches tolearning.

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