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com PERSONAL INFORMATION Age Birthday Birthplace Gender Religion Status Height Weight Father’s name Mother’s name : : : : : : : : : : 20 May 19, 1992 Porac, Pampanga Male Bible Baptist Single 5’8 165 lbs. Oscar F. Lizada Mary B. Ramirez
EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT Elementary Secondary Tertiary Course Major : : : : : Mauaque Resettlement Elementary School 1998-2004 Mauaque Resettlement High School 2005-2008 Mabalacat City College 2011-present Bachelor of Secondary Education English
TEACHING INSIGHT Teaching is the highest form of understanding and a teacher who cannot keep students involved and excited for several hours in the classroom should not be there.
The Field Study should used the OAR approach to represent the general cycle pattern of the task that pre-service teachers are expected to do in the different learning episodes OAR represent as: vO-Observation makes the pre-service. teachers more keenly aware and sensitive to the learner and learning environment. These off classroom experience would emphasize the importance of understanding the complex work of the teacher in the era of globalization.Students are encouraged to give meaning to the nature and context educational changes that have impact on teacher education. The activities experiences on the Field Study are intended not only for drill and evaluate purposes but also purposes of bridging the gap between theory and practice and advocacy for current trends in education such as reflexive education. 2 . c. Field Study is a component of the new pre-service teacher education curriculum that aims to expose of to student to actual field experience so that they can relate the theories learned inside the classroom with those experience.VIEWS ON FIELDS STUDY Field Study 1-6 aims to align teacher education with the CHED prescribed new teacher curriculum that is reflexive of the National Competency-Based Teacher standard. and multicultural education. b.Pre-service student bring teacher education the experiences and belief that may influence the teaching and learning. vR-Reflecting to their experiences makes the lifelong learner. Orchestrating plans that create outputs uniquely their own taps problem solving skills and creatively. interactive and brain based teaching and authentic assessment. vA-Analyzing what you observe and do trains pre-service teachers to become a critical thinker. multiple intelligence.Students acquire knowledge and understanding in the process of learning to teach how they are acquired. THROUGH FIELD STUDY COURSES: a.
perspectives and interests are reflected in the learning program Students are challenged and supported to develop deep levels of thinking and application Assessment practices are an integral part of teaching and learning Learning connects strongly with communities and practice beyond the classroom These principles can be used by schools. teams of teachers and individuals to reflect on practice and support professional dialogue to strengthen pedagogical practices.Analyze how the teaching and learning process should be conducted considering the different phases of the child development.Identify the stage of the physical. Principles of Learning and Teaching The Principles of Learning and Teaching and related components state that students learn best when: The learning environment is supportive and productive The learning environment promotes independence. 3. The Principles of Learning and Teaching Unpacked section provides detailed explanations and teaching examples for each of the six principles.Observe in dealing with learners in the different stages of development. General Objectives: 1. Tell something about…. while still allowing flexibility. comprehensive and improved pedagogical approaches within and across schools. 2. 3 . backgrounds. The POLT initiative aims to: build consistent. cognitive. It will require them to recognize feasible approaches to facilitate learning considering the learners different phase of development and social environment. linguistic.STATEMENT OF THE PURPOSE OF THE FIELD STUDY II Course Description: This course designed to help the FS students verify the behavior of the child in the actual learning environment. interdependence and self-motivation Students’ needs. innovation and local decision making at the school level focus teaching to meet the diverse needs of students Strengthen learning communities within and beyond the school. social and emotional development of the children or adolescents as manifested in the actual classroom setting. literacy. motor.
Practice and repetition: Rarely is anything new learned effectively with only one exposure. Doing and feedback contribute to successful learning. which have been negotiated and agreed by tutor and students. However. for long-term retention to be encouraged. Provision should be made for frequent practice and repetition. or the need for certain improvement will contribute to continued motivation for learning. merely seeing or hearing is not enough. Learning motivated by success is rewarding. Participation: In order for learning to take place. rather than merely being included to add a different dimension. exercises/discussions. Active participation by the learner is preferable to lengthy periods of passive listening and viewing. the learning of isolated information is more difficult and less permanent than the learning of information that is related to prior knowledge. When learners agree a target with a tutor they feel more involved in the learning process. Therefore learning requires activity. and practical exercises. Participation means engaging in mental or physical activity that will help the learner to understand and retain the information presented. Feedback: Learning is increased when individuals are periodically informed of progress in their learning. some measures can be taken to facilitate and encourage all types of learners. Consideration of the variety of learning styles highlights the need for order. Application: Complete understanding has taken place only when the learner is able to 4 . Knowledge of successful results. and it will affect subsequent behavior in positive ways. a good performance. structure. Pre-learning preparation: As adult students come from varied educational backgrounds. group work. it builds confidence. Reinforcement: It is important for learners to receive reinforcement. Learning outcomes: Learning outcomes. it is necessary to state clearly if there are any prerequisites for taking a course.Participation of the Learners Regarding Teaching Learning Process While it may be difficult to identify the variety of learning styles in your class. Are students expected to have any particular skills or abilities? What prior knowledge is assumed? Outlining the necessary prerequisites eliminates the possibility of having to spend early sessions revising material which you might have assumed to be fundamental background knowledge. creativity. the message for tutors is to incorporate as much variety as possible into courses. ensure that everybody is working towards the same goal. Association: Learners will learn and remember information better if they have many associations with it. often in different contexts. This helps focus attention and promotes a unified sense of purpose. should have a purpose and serve to develop understanding and knowledge. In essence. which are introduced. a person must internalize the information.
Learning Styles All students have different intellectual abilities. activists. theorists and pragmatists.. Many theories and models have been proposed.).and hopefully people will contribute with case stories and examples of teaching material you can develop further. As a result innate learning styles may not have been developed and students may need to be encouraged to identify their own learning pattern. rules) relating to the topic or task. First. realistic problems or tasks. visual and kinesthetic learners . The toolbox is intended to give you an overview of methods you can use when teaching in general (applies to all schools. the learner must have been helped to recognize or discover generalizations (concepts.apply or transfer the learning to new problems or situations. Then opportunities must be provided for the learner to apply the generalizations or procedures to a variety of new. You are very welcome to add to the book. Some learning styles classifications include: left and right brain thinkers. reflectors. There are various ways of classifying differences in learning styles. auditory. We hope it will help you to find new ways to activate students and improve their learning. universities. 5 . principles. Some learning patterns will have been developed as a result of the schooling experience where materials were largely presented in a way that benefited students with linguistic/numeric abilities. rather emphasizes brief inspirational introductions to different ways to teach . They think and learn differently.. It's *not* intended to be a long theoretical analysis of pedagogical methods. Tell something about… Assisting a Teacher’s Toolbox Teachers' Toolbox is an open source book on teaching methods and ways to improve teaching.
EPISODES TITLE I. cooperation III.Looking through the Meaningful Learning Experiences Concept : Critical Friends II. participation. Entries of Evidences PHOTOS: The School 6 .Assisting a Teacher with a Teacher’s Toolbox Concept : Assisting a Teacher B. Learners Characteristics and Needs Concept : Collaboration.Organization of the Portfolio A.
8 . The students were participated well in the class. Reflection on each Episode EPISODE I: Looking Through the Meaningful Learning Process The class that I was observed has a student-centered principle in teachinglearning. the student participated well. by motivation a presentation of photos to described by the students and then she explained her lesson by asking her students and giving more exercises. The learning activities that she used in his lesson were the students answered the exercises on the board. The learner can link new information with existing knowledge in meaningful ways. Mixture of feelings I experienced during my observations in this class. Students have different characteristics and needs. They have charts that they may use in their lesson. wrote the lesson on their notebooks and listened well. The teacher start the lesson first. The successful learner. participated on the lesson.C. instructional guidance. then discussed her lesson and give examples. I see myself in front of the class and ask myself will my future students will listen to me someday. The teacher explained. can create meaningful. I feel comfortable in the class that I was observed because of the lesson that teacher discussed. I was amazed because of I was observed the students are participating and well encourage to learn in the lesson. Episode II: Learners Characteristics and Needs The topic of the lesson I observed was about Adjectives. She cleared if there is anyone who doesn’t understand the lesson. Knowledge widens and deepens as students continue to build links between new information and experiences and their existing knowledge base. coherent representations of knowledge. The instructional materials used in teaching were chalkboard and books. will my future students will behave in my class someday or will my future students will reflect with my lesson? I feel nervous but I feel the excitement to experience teaching.
The instructional materials employed were visual aids. We have to give our students opportunities to participate in classroom activities. they too have different abilities. I as a teacher must adjust to them for I believe that when a teacher understands his/ her students and accepts the differences they have. students are more likely a group of people who in one hand have different capabilities. We have to actively engage the learners in learning activities if we want them to learn what we intend to teach. 9 . Personal Reflection on the Portfolio I believe that everyone is unique in their own ways. The teacher considered her students’ style and students’ intelligences. We have to give varied activities to our students for “hands-on-minds-on” learning. V. The learners participate in the learning activities by answering the group activities given by their teacher. the teaching and learning will be achieved in its easiest ways with harmony. Thus. People have different personalities. With their differences.EPISODE III: Assisting a Teacher with a Teacher’s Toolbox The topic of the lesson that I was observed in this episode was describing what a picture through adjectives. As for me.
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