Components of the Education Process “Teachers: like leaves, everywhere abound.

Effective teachers: like fruits, rarely found.” Effective Teachers Are: • • • • • One who has honed his skills in the art of teaching. Compassionate and understanding. Gives allowance for personal limitations. Looks at every learner as a unique individual with peculiar needs and interests. Allows himself to grow professionally. Aspiration of every mentor whether new or has been in it for years.

Roles of an Effective Teacher • Manager o The teacher is responsible for effective management of her class from the start to finish. Counselor o Acts as counselor to the pupils especially when the pupils especially when the pupils are beset by problems. Motivators o Encouraging and motivating pupils to study well and behave properly in and outside the classroom. Leader o A leader directs coaches, supports, and delegates depending on the needs of the situation. Model o A teacher is an exemplar. Public Relations Specialist

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o The credibility of the school to attributed most of the time to the ways to teachers deal with the people outside the school. • Parent – Surrogate o The teachers are the second parents of the pupils and the students. Facilitator o The pupils must be given the chance to discuss things under the supervision and monitoring of the teacher Instructor o The main function of the teacher is instruction.

Learner To understand the child, the teacher must know:  The child as a biological organism with needs, abilities, and goals.  The social and psychological environment; and  The cultural forces of which he is a part. Classroom The classroom environmental encompasses factors are:     Physical Environment Intellectual Climate Social Climate Emotional Climate

Curriculum *from the Latin word “curere” which means “to run”. • • Academic Curriculum o Refers to the formal list of the courses offered by the school. Extra Curriculum o Refers to those planned but voluntary activities that are sponsored by a school.

Hidden Curriculum o Refers to those unplanned learning activities.

Administration *It is defined as the organization, direction, coordination, and control of human and material resources to achieve desired ends. School administration has the following functions: a. Seeing that all school money is economically expanded and accounted for; b. Preparing the school budget. c. Selecting and purchasing school sites; d. Planning, erecting, and equipping the school buildings; e. Operating the school plant and keeping it in an excellent state of repair; f. Selecting, training, supervising teachers; g. Providing supplies; h. Providing textbooks; i. j. Assisting in curriculum construction; Organizing an instructional program;

k. Keeping the public informed of the aims, accomplishments, and needs of schools; and l. Keeping school records and accounts.

University of Regina Carmeli City of Malolos, Bulacan 3000 College of Education A.Y. 2007 – 2008

ED – 9 (Observation and Participation)

Report: Components of the Educational Process

Submitted by: Ezekiel D. Rodriguez BSED – IV

Submitted to: Mrs. Maxima Asistio Professor

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