FS 3

Technology in the Learning
Environment

FIELD STUDY
Episode 1

THE SCHOOL’S LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER
Name of FS Student: Kier A. Baugbog
Course: BSED Mathematics

Year & Section: 3-1

Cooperating School: Malinta National High School

Your Target
At the end of this activity, you will be competent in identifying and classifying
resources that facilitate teaching and learning processes.

Your Map
It will be an interesting journey to the world of educational technology. A chance
to visit and observe a learning resource center of a school will start you off.
For this process, explore the world through these steps:
Step 4: Write down a brief reflection of
your experience.
Step 3: Make an inventory of its available
resources and classify them according to their
characteristics and functions.
Step 2: Ask the learning resource center in-charge
about how some equipment or facilities are used.
Step 1: Visit a school’s learning resource center. Look
around and see what resources and facilities are available
inside.

Your Tools
After you have observed, classify the resources available in the learning
resource center. Please use the activity form provided for you.

LIST OF AVAILABLE LEARNING RESOURCES
Name of the School Observed:__ Malinta National High School__
School Address: _________________________________ Date of Visit:
___________________________
Year Level: __Grade 9
Subject Area: __Mathematics__
Available Learning
Characteristics and
Teaching Approaches
Resources (enumerate in
Unique Capabilities
where the Resource is
bullet form)
Most Useful
It is enough for a small
Discovery Approach,
1. Print Resources
 Books
school. It has a lot of
Student-centered
books from different
approach
bodies of knowledge.
It is creatively done. It is
Constructivist,
2. Non-electric Visual
Resources
very colourful and catchy.
Discovery approach
 Board Displays
 Chalk/ board
3. ICT Resources
 Computer
Laboratory

Computers are organized
well. There are enough
computer for the number
of population of students
in the school.

Student-centered
approach,
Consructivist

Impression:
The government really did a great job providing different learning resources. The administrator and
faculty members are also doing their job maintaining and taking care of the learning resources. Generally,
everything look just fine.
Name and Signature of Observer: Kier A. Baugbog

Your Analysis
Were the Learning resources/materials arranged properly according to their
functions and characteristics?

Yes, learning resources are arranged properly according to their functions and
characteristics. Thanks to the administrator and the person in charge learning resources
are in the good hands.
Do the guidelines and procedures facilitate easy access to the materials by
the teachers? Why? or Why not?
Yes, it definitely facilitate easy access to the materials by the teachers. The guidelines and
procedure are clearly defined and fair to all the teachers. It actually, somehow engages
the teachers to use the materials in order for them to have an easy teaching-learning
process.
What are the strengths of this Learning Resource Center?
I think one of its strength is that it is appropriate for the generation today. The learning
resource center is high end in terms of technology. One of the best examples of these is
the computers in the computer laboratory. It is not the old slow functioning computer. It
seems that the government really is taking education seriously.
What are its weaknesses?
I can say the learning resource material is lack of the accessibility of students. I am
referring to the computer laboratory. Students are free to use the facility but when only
they have computer classes. Otherwise, they are not allowed to enter the facility.
What suggestions can you make?
Maybe, make a policy that allows the student to access every learning resource material
they want. Student pass can do, of course only if they have something important to do.

Your Reflections
1. Which of the materials in the learning resources caught your interest the most?
Why?
Computer Laboratory really caught my interest. The school has enough computers
for the number of students at least for each section. Aside from that, it is also good
to point out that the computer laboratory is very high end. Computers are fast
functioning and updated.
2. Which gadgets/materials are you already confident to use/operate?

I think I am confident to use the computers. I already have taken subjects about the
usage of different Microsoft applications and I can say I can already confidently
operate it. Also, I think I can manage to use projectors.

3. Which one do you feel need to learn more about?
I think I need to learn more on the software operations in computers. I am still
having some difficulty in terms of technical things in the computer. Like when I
was in my demonstration teaching and I used projector and the resolution of the
computer doesn’t fit the projector. I needed the help of my coordinator to manage
the problem.
4. Read an article about your answer in number 3. Paste a copy of the article below.

Change screen resolution
Applies to Windows Vista
Screen resolution refers to the clarity of the text and images on your screen. At higher
resolutions, items appear sharper. They also appear smaller, so more items fit on the screen.
At lower resolutions, fewer items fit on the screen, but they are larger and easier to see. At
very low resolutions, however, images might have jagged edges.
For example, 640 × 480 is a lower screen resolution, and 1600 × 1200 is a higher one. CRT
monitors generally display a resolution of 800 × 600 or 1024 × 768. LCD monitors can
better support the higher resolutions. Whether you can increase your screen resolution
depends on the size and capability of your monitor and the type of video card you have.

Text and images are sharper and smaller at high
screen resolutions

Text is larger and easier to read at low screen
resolutions, but images are blocky and fewer items fit on the screen
1.

Open Display Settings by clicking the Start button , clicking Control Panel,
clicking Appearance and Personalization, clicking Personalization, and then
clicking Display Settings.

2.

Under Resolution, move the slider to the resolution you want, and then click Apply.

Notes

When you change the screen resolution, it affects all users who log on to the
computer.

When you set your monitor to a screen resolution that it won't support, the screen
will go black for a few seconds while the monitor reverts back to the original resolution

FS 3

Technology in the Learning
Environment

FIELD STUDY
Episode 2

BULLETIN BOARD DISPLAYS
Name of FS Student: Kier A. Baugbog
Course: BSED Mathematics

Year & Section: 3-1

Cooperating School: Malinta National High School

Your Target
At the end of this activity, you will be competent in appraising the effectiveness of
display boards as learning resources.

Your Map
Display boards, or what we more commonly refer to as bulletin board, is one of
the most readily available and versatile learning resources.
To reach your target, follow these steps:

Step 3: Propose enhancements to make the
display more effective.
Step 2: Pick one and evaluate the display.

Step 1: Look around a school for bulletin board displays.

An Observation Guide for the BULLETIN BOARD DISPLAYS
Read the following statements carefully before you observe.
1. Go around the school and examine the board displays. How many board displays
do you see?
2. Where is the display boards found? Are they in places where target viewers can
see them?
3. What are the displays about? What images and colors do you see? How are the
pieces of information arranged?
4. What materials were used in making the displays? Are borders used?
5. Do you notice some errors? (misspelled words, grammar inconsistencies and the
like)
6. Are the messages clear and easily understood?
7. You may choose to take a photo of the display board (if allowed)

Name of the School Observed __Malinta National High School__

When I first visited the school I noticed a lot of board displays. Its content is ranging
from academic to mere informative. There are boards about science specifically, biology.
Majority are informative board displays like the officer of student affairs. There are also
board displays about the negative effect of smoking located at the clinic.
The board displays are good in general. The materials used are paper, cardboard,
Styrofoam. It is sad to say that some of the board displays are starting to worn out but
generally speaking the way the board is presented is excellent. I never see any grammatical
error and the message of the board display is imparted well.

From among the board displays that you saw, pick the one that you got most interested in.
Evaluate it using the evaluation form below.

BOARD DISPLAYS EVALUATION FORM
Topic of the Board Display Disaster Preparedness
Check the column that indicates your rating. Write comments to back p your
ratings.
4- Outstanding
2- Satisfactory

Criteria
Effective
Communicatio
n
Conveys the
message quickly
and clearly
Attractiveness
Colors and
arrangement
catches and
holds interest
Balance
Objects are
arranged so
stability is
perceived
Unity
Repeated shapes
or colors or use
of borders holds
display together

3-Very Satisfactory
1- Needs Improvement

NI
1

S
2

VS
3

O
4

Comments

Lessen the
usage words.
Use
illustrations
instead.

Can be
improve

Can be
improve

Can be
improve

Interactivity
The style and
approach entice
learners to be
involved
Legibility
Letters and
illustrations can
be seen from a
good distance
Correctness
Free from
grammar errors,
misspelled
words,
ambiguity
Durability
Wellconstructed,
items are
securely
attached

Lack of
involvement
of students.

Can be
improve

Excellent.
No error.

Materials are
durable.

Your Analysis
Did the board display design reflect the likes/interests of its target
audience? Why? or Why not?
Yes, the board display design reflects the likes/interests of its target audience. The colours
used are catchy. The creator carefully considered what his/her targets want. It is
something that can catch the attention of the audience and make them really stop and
examine the display.
Was the language used clear and simple for the target audience to
understand? Why? or Why not?
Yes, the language used is clear and simple. The creator never used vague and ambiguous
words. I observe that the board display clearly express its message. Moreover, the creator
never used words that is hard to understand.
What do you think was the purpose of the board display? Was it effective?
Why? or Why not?

The purpose of the display is to inform the students about what to do in times of disaster.
It is effective because it is visually rich. It consider the fact that most students are visual
learners and so the display is full of drawings, illustrations on the procedure that the
student should do in times of disaster

Based on your suggestions, purpose an enhanced version of the display board. Use
the form below.

My Purposed Board Display
Theme: Under the sea
Name of the School Observed: Malinta National High School
Board Title: Statistics
Objectives:

Solve for measure of central tendency
Illustrate different ways of presenting data

Content Resources (Name each needed resource)
 Book, internet
Materials for aesthetic assessment:
 Plywood
 News paper
 Cartolina
 Paint/ brush

Based on your suggestions, make your own board display la-out. You may present
your output through any of these:
 A hand-made drawing or lay-out
 An electronic (computer) drawing/illustration or lay-out
 A collage

My Board Display Lay-out

Your Reflections
1. Name at least 5 skills that a teacher should have to be able to come up with
effective board displays. Elaborate on why each skill is needed.
For me, in order for the teacher to come up with an effective board display,
he/she needs the following skills; first is being a goal-oriented person, he/she
needs to carefully consider what he/she wants students to learn from the
display. He/she should be very strict to obtaining that and not with anything
else. Second, he/she should be very creative in a way that he/she should think
of new ways on making board display. In a way where he/she presented what
he/she wants in his/her own way. Third is being resourceful, board displays

should not be very expensive. The teacher should be capable of using
available resources. In that way you are also endorsing to your students how
to recycle. Fourth skill is he/she is able to consider the interest of the students
drastically, that is, knowing what students wants and interests in order for
him/her to catch the attention of them. Finally, the teacher should mastered
the concept of the display. Of course for him/her to make a display that is
reliable and correct, he/she should mastered the concept.
2. Which of the skills do you already have? Recall your past experiences in making
board displays. How do you practice these skills?
I think I have already the skill of being goal oriented. When we were tasked to
make a bulletin board I believe, as a leader, I am very much specific in
instructing my members to at least think of a concept that can cater the goal
of our display. Also, I think I’ve already have the skill of being resourceful. I
remember we’ve used scrap material when we made our bulletin board.
3. Which skills do you still need to develop? Reflect on how you can improve on or
acquire these skills.
Mastering the concept is difficult for me. When we made our bulletin board I
am having a hard time thinking of what should be the content of the display.
Nonetheless, I think studying the concept deeply can make me conquer this
difficulty.
Being creative is also a thing that I should focus on. Innovating new ways to
present the displays is a hard job for me, ‘can’t think of my own way so I
ended up getting ideas n different reliable resources.

FS 3

Technology in the Learning
Environment

FIELD STUDY
Episode 3

SEE AND SAY (Utilization of Teaching Aids)
Name of FS Student: Kier A. Baugbog
Course: BSED Mathematics

Year & Section: 3-1

Cooperating School: Malinta National High School

Your Target
At the end of this activity, you will gain competence in determining the
appropriateness of teaching aids to learning tasks.

Your Map
To reach your target, follow the steps below:
Step 4: Reflect on your learnings.
Step 3: Comment on the appropriateness of
the teaching aids to learning tasks.
Step 2: Note down the various teaching aids that
were utilized in the teaching learning process.
Step 1: Observe a class on its regular schedule

Class Observation Guide
Read the following statements carefully before you observe.
1.
2.
3.
4.

What is the lesson about?
What visual aids/materials/learning resources is the teacher using?
Observe and take notes on how the teacher presents/uses the learning resources?
Closely observe the learner’s response to the teacher’s use of learning resources.
Listen to their verbal responses. What do their responses indicate? Do their
responses show attentiveness, eagerness and understanding?
5. Focus on their non-verbal responses. Are they learning forward showing their
interest on the lesson and the materials? Are they looking towards the direction of
the teacher and the materials? Do their actions show attentiveness, eagerness, and
understanding?
OBSERVATION REPORT
Date of Observation: _January 27, 2016_
Name of the School Observed: _Malinta National High School__
Subject: _Mathematics_ Topic: _Proportional Segment__
Grade/Year Level: Grade 9_

The lesson is all about proportional segments. The teacher uses module which
they called “Math time”. It is some sort of a worksheet that every student has. The
teacher uses the module to get examples and it’s like the whole discussion is based on
the module.
It is very evident that students are bored and not eager to learn. Aside from the
fact that the teacher is weak in classroom management, she presents the lesson in a
habitual way. It’s a cyclical process and everything is very predictable. I believe that
made the students bored.
Utilization of Teaching Aids Form

Name of the School Observed: Malinta National High School
Subject Matter: Mathematics
Brief Description of Teaching Approach Used by the Teacher:
It’s modular. More on teacher-centeredness than studentcenteredness.
Teaching Aids
Used
(enumerate in
bullet form)

 Module:
“Math
time”

Strengths

 It
provides
enough
informatio
n about
the
teacher’s
lesson for
a day.
Ranging
from
definition
up to
examples.

Weaknesses

 It
makes
the
discussi
on
become
monoto
nic and
very
predict
able.
There is
lack of
flexibilit
y and
spontan
eity
inside
the
discussi
on.

Comments on
Appropriatenes
s of the
Teaching Aids
Used

 It is not
applicabl
e every
time.
Maybe
that
teaching
aid is
only
applicabl
e in some
particula
r topic.
Moreover
, it
makes
the
whole
discussio
n boring.
So
generally
, the
teaching
aid is not
that

appropri
ate.

Your Analysis
What do you think prompted the teacher to choose the materials/learning
resources that he/she used?
I think the teacher uses that material because it is indicated and part of the new
curriculum. Also, I think the teacher is being practical in a way that she doesn’t even need
to make a lesson plan because everything is already indicated in the said module.
Moreover, since every student has a module there is a bigger possibility that process will
be easy because the students have the chance to study in advance.
What difficulties, if any, did the teacher experience? How can this be
managed?
The teacher is having a difficult time making the discussion spontaneous and makes the
classroom flexible. I think in order for that matter to be managed, the teacher should not
depend solely on the learning resource she should have her own examples. She should
also engage the students in motivating activities.
Over-all, were the learning resources/materials used effectively? Why?
Why not?

The learning material was used effectively. Definitely the teacher did a good job in using
the learning material. Nonetheless, still the strategy of the teacher is not that compelling.

Your Reflections
1. Put yourself on the place of the teacher. What would you do similarly and what
would you do differently if you will teach the same lesson to the same group of
students? Why?
I think if I am at the place of the teacher and teach the same students with the same topic,
I’ll be following the module the curriculum had been dictated just like what the teacher is
doing. But I will be using different approach and activities. I’ll make sure that the
activities are very engaging and will bring the best out of the students. Moreover, I will
not be confined on what is written in the module. I will make sure that the discussions
will be very spontaneous and the classroom will be very flexible.

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FIELD STUDY
Episode 4

Technology in the Learning
Environment

TOOLS OF THE TRADE (Teachers Aid Bank)
Name of FS Student: Kier A. Baugbog
Course: BSED Mathematics

Year & Section: 3-1

Cooperating School: Malinta National High School

Your Target
At the end of this activity, you will gain competence in preparing instructional
materials that are appropriate to the learning content.

Your Map
To reach your target, follow the steps below:
Step 4: Organize them in a box.
Step 3: Develop a pile of teaching aids (flash
cards, pictures, cut-outs, transparencies)
Step 2: Find out the learning resources relevant to
your topic that are available from your
school/university’s learning resource center.
Step 1: Decide on a specific content area.

Class Observation Guide/Survey Guide
Read the following statements carefully before you observe.
1. Are there learning resources useful for your topic in the resource center you
visited?
2. Are the available materials appropriate for your target grade/year level?
3. List down those that can be useful for your topic.

4. What other materials can you make? I(like flash cards, posters, cut-outs,
transparencies, etc. )
OBSERVATION REPORT
Name of the School Observed Malinta National High School

I chose addition and subtraction of rational algebraic expressions. Projectors
and computer, that is available at Malinta national high school, can be very useful on
my topic. I believe the materials are appropriate for grade 8 students because they are
visual learners and very fond in using technologies so I think they’ll have fun. I think I
still need to make activity sheets. Group activity is a different story. It is more
appropriate that the students have physical attachment on the problem.

Learning Resources on a Specific Area Content
Use this graphic organizer to present the learning resources relevant to the
topic chosen. On the line inside the box, indicate if the resource is already AVAILABLE,
MAY BE PURCHASED, OR WILL BE MADE (by you, of course)
TOPIC: Addition and Subtraction of Rational Algebraic Expression

Laptop: Available

White board: Available

LCD Projector: Available
Addition and
Subtraction of Rational
Algebraic Expression
Specific Content Area

Power point presentation:

Algebra book: Available

Will be made
il b mad

Internet: Available
Activity sheets: Will be
made

Hand outs: Will be made

Your Analysis
Give at least three benefits of doing a survey of available materials before making your
own materials? Explain each.
1. It saves your time. Time is a very important element in teaching-learning process.
Teachers should be very aware on the importance of this. Having said so, instead of
bombarding yourself doing a thing, your time should be flexible. Therefore, knowing
the available materials before making your own makes you know what materials you
don’t need to do anymore.

2. It is practical. It makes you save money. Instead of spending money for making the
learning material that is already available why not use it though.
3. You can make sure that the material you will be using was already tested effective. Of
course using an available material makes you feel secure in the effectivity of it. Having
in mind that somebody already used it

Your Reflections
1. Which of the materials did you like making the most? Why?
I like doing the power point presentation. It is very cool. Aside from it being
compelling in the eyes of students, it is very practical because it can easily be
edited.
2. What difficulties, if any, did you encounter in making the materials? How did you
overcome them?
I think one of my difficulties is to be creative, specifically, in making visual aids
and the like. Therefore, I see to it that I utilize technology to overcome that.
Mostly, my presentation is technologically inclined.
3. What tips can you give teachers regarding preparation of teaching materials?
I think, primarily, they should practice the usage of it before presenting to
students. You can never get ashamed in front of your students. Next is that it
should be very goal oriented, it should hit your goal no matter what.

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Technology in the Learning
Environment

FIELD STUDY
Episode 5

PAPER WORKS (Preparing Hand-outs)

Name of FS Student: Kier A. Baugbog
Course: BSED Mathematics

Year & Section: 3-1

Cooperating School: Malinta National High School

Your Target
At the end of this activity, you will gain competence in preparing instructional
materials (hand-outs) that are appropriate to the learning content.

Your Map
With a lot of reflective thinking coupled with your creativity, you can design handouts that will truly work well to make learning effective. You will see that preparing
hand-outs is not just any paper work. When you produce high quality hand-outs and
eventually try them out, you will discover that, indeed, paper works! To reach your
target, follow these steps below:
Step 3: Present it to your FS Teacher
before producing it.
Step 2: Describe your hand-outs.
Step 1: Prepare hand-outs for a selected topic ( i.e.
flow charts, schema, graphic organizers)

Your Tools
As you prepare your hand-outs use the activity form below.

Hand-out Planning Guide
Read the following statements carefully before you observe.
1.
2.
3.
4.

What topic do I like to work on?
For what grade or year level is my hand-out for?
What components do I include in my hand-out?
What type of graphic organizers/flow-charts/schemas do I need to use?

5. What references do I use?
HAND-OUT PLAN
Subject Matter: Addition and subtraction of Rational Algebraic Expressions
Grade/Year Level: Grade 8
Outline:





Topic
Reference/s
Definitions
Cases
Discussion of cases
Finding the LCD
 Discussion of the procedure

Hand-out Plan

Type of Graphic Organizer/s/flow-chart/schema to use:

TABLE

LCM of 2, 6, & 9

18

Highest powered x

x3

in any denominator
Highest powered y

y2

in any denominator
Highest powered z in

z

any denominator
LCD

18x3y2z

References:
Nues, C.T., Ymas, S.E. (1998), “College Algebra”. FELIBER PUBLISHING HOUSE: Pablo L.
Bustamante. pp (89-105).

Your Analysis
After working with your hand-out, answer the following questions:
What are the good features of a hand-out?
Hand-out should clearly present the goal of it by the use of simple words that easily be
understand. Hand –out should be creatively done. It should highlight the important
details.
Which of these features are present in the hand-out 1 made?
It definitely highlights the important detail, specifically the getting of the Least Common
Denominator. It provide advance graphical organizer to discuss how to get the LCD. Also
the words used are very simple and easy to understand.

Which features are not present in the hand-out 1 made?
I think it needs to be improved creatively. In way that it presents the ideas in a unique and
effective way. That is I need on work more.

Your Reflections
1. What difficulties, if any, did you encounter in making the hand-outs? How did you
overcome them?
Choosing of information that should be in the hand-out is difficult for me. I think I
overcome it by thinking myself in the feet of my students.

2. What tips can you give teachers regarding preparation of hand-outs?
Think yourselves in the feet of the students in making the hand-out. Consider their
ability and skills and ask yourself; will they be able to understand these this way?
If yes, continue what you are doing. If not, try to think of another way to present
it. It is also helpful to think that the students have no single idea about the topic.

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Technology in the Learning
Environment

FIELD STUDY
Episode 6

SLIDESHOW BIZ (Slide Presentations)
Name of FS Student: Kier A. Baugbog
Course: BSED Mathematics

Year & Section: 3-1

Cooperating School: Malinta National High School

Your Target
At the end of this activity, you will gain competence in developing and utilizing
materials (slide presentations) which involve students in meaningful learning.

Your Map
An effective teacher makes it/his business to create slide presentations that really
enhance instruction.
To reach your target, follow these steps below:
Slide 4: Write a narrative pointing
out the strengths and weaknesses
of your presentation…
Slide 3: Try out your presentation to a
group of learners.
Slide 2: Develop a slide presentation to
support a learning activity on the topic.
Slide 1: Select a topic or subject matter.

Your Tools
As you prepare your slide presentations, use the activity form below. Include an
electronic copy of the presentation when you submit it to your FS Teacher.
Title of my presentation: Slope of a line
Objectives:
 Find a slope of a line given two points and a graph.
Enhancements: (Check appropriate box)
Graphics
Hyperlink

Animation
please specify

Sound Effects
_____________

Music

Voice Narration

Others,

Stylish Fonts

Description of Appropriate Use:

Presentation Storyboard:
Slide 1
Slide 2

Slide 5

Slide 6

Slide 3

Slide 4

Slide 7

Slide 8

Slide 9

Slide 10

Slide 11

Your Analysis
After working on your slide presentation, answer the following questions:
What are the good features of the slide presentation?
It should be visually rich. Colours should vary because it makes the presentation catchy
for the students. Font size should be considered. You should follow the “rule of thumb”.
It should provide necessary illustration for the student to easily understand the
presentation. You should use some animation to have wow factor.
Which of these features are present in the slide presentation you made?
I think all the features are present in the slide presentation. The colours are definitely
engaging for visual learners. The font size is just right and I put illustrations about the
topic that is being tackled. Most specially, I never forget the animation schemes
Which features are not present in the slide presentation you made?

Your Reflections
1. What difficulties, if any, did you encounter in making the slide presentation? How
did you overcome them?
I think I had difficulty on choosing the right information that should be in the
presentation. Carefully considering the side of the students is a kind of a hard task.
But I, luckily, overcome it by again thinking I am on the student’s shoes. I often
ask myself the question; if I am at the place of students will I be able to understand
the lesson in this way? What should I see so that the presentation is very engaging
in the eyes of students? And most importantly I strictly and carefully considered
what do I want them to learn from the presentation.

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Technology in the Learning
Environment

FIELD STUDY
Episode 7

MY E-WORLD (Websites)
Name of FS Student: Kier A. Baugbog
Course: BSED Mathematics

Year & Section: 3-1

Cooperating School: Malinta National High School

Your Target
At the end of this activity, you will decisive in terms of using on-line resource
materials and interactive programs.

Your Map
For this process, explore the world through these steps:
Step 4: Reflect on your FS
experience.
Step 3: Evaluate the materials or
programs.
Step 2: Surf the net to find sites that provide
support materials and/or interactive programs
on the topic.
Step 1: Observe a class and take note of the topic
being presented.

Your Tools
Please use the activity form, provided for you.
Note: For every website visited, this format may be used.
Name of Site
Author:

No author

Name of Site:

The proportional segment theorem

Posting or Revision
Date:

August 5, 2008

Date of Access:

February 22, 2016

URL:

http://ceemrr.com/Geometry1/ParallelSimilar/ParallelSimilar4.html

Brief Description of
the material in the
website:

It is a brief discussion about the proportional segment theorem. It
has illustrations and proofs about the theorem.

Evaluation of the
website

STRENGTHS

WEAKNESSES

 It has illustrations
 It provides enough
example
 Definitions are easy to
understand.

 Not good for beginners
 Not colourful

Please write your reflections on your FS Experience on this page.

Towards the end of this FS experience, I realize how important the role of the technology,
learning resources, learning materials and the likes in teaching-learning process as a
whole. Teacher plays a big role in the process of choosing the proper materials to be used.
If the teacher chose the wrong one or not the appropriate one, if the teacher does not
consider what are the things that should be considered, if the teachers lack the knowledge
of how important this is it means a failure throughout the process. That just proved how
really important the role of the technology, learning resources, learning materials and the
likes in the process.
Therefore, as a future educator I will see to it that I will carefully choose the right
material not to take for granted the interest and the likes of the students. Moreover, I will

make sure that I’ll use technology effectively. Finally, I will make the process for students
way easy with the help of appropriate learning materials and the likes.