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Subject Title Domain Competencies Units Education
Field Study 6 Community 6.1.1 Involves community in sharing 1 The Teaching
On Becoming Linkages accountability for the learners’ achievement Profession
a Teacher 6.1.2 Uses community resources( human,
material) to support learning
6.1.3 Uses the community as a laboratory
for learning
6.1.4 Participates in community activities
that promote learning
6.1.5 Uses community networks to
publicize school events and achievements
6.1.6 Encourages students to apply
classroom learning to the community
7.1.1 Maintains stature and behavior that
upholds the dignity of teaching
Personal 7.1.2 Allocates time for personal and
Growth and professional development through:
Professional Participation in educational seminars and
Development workshops
Reading educational materials regularly
Engaging in educational research
7.1.3 Manifests personal qualities such as
enthusiasm, flexibility and caring
7.1.4 Articulates and demonstrates one’s
personal philosophy of teaching
7.2.1 Keeps abreast with recent
developments in education
7.2.2 Links with other institutions,
organizations for sharing best practices
7.3.1 Reflects on the quality of his/ her own
7.3.2 Improves teaching performance based
on feedback from students, peers, and
superiors and cooperating teachers
7.3.3 Accepts personal accountability to
learners’ achievement and performance
7.3.4 Uses self-evaluation to recognize and
enhance one’s strengths, and correct one’s
Suggested Guidelines for Field Study Students
This set of guidelines is suggested to help pre-service students in the successful conduct of
their field studies. Each TEI shall address some institutional peculiarities that are covered in this
1. Field study students are required to accomplish successfully activities in at least 17
hours for every semester in every field study course to earn a 1 unit credit.
2. Field study activities should be under the supervision of the Field Study Faculty of the
TEI in collaboration with the Field Study Cooperating Schools.
3. Field Study student shall secure appropriate Field Study permits and undergo
orientation/briefing before he/she is deployed in cooperating schools.
4. Each Field Study student shall wear official school/university uniform during the field
study in cooperating schools.
5. Each Field Study student shall secure a Field Study Notebook for each course.
6. Field Study student shall demonstrate personal qualities that reflect a good image of
a teacher. These qualities includes as courtesy, respect, honesty, diligence, open-
mindedness, critical thinking and others while doing field study.
7. Field Study student shall demonstrate proper behavior in the presence of the
learners, teachers, school personnel, administration and parents.
8. Field Study student shall request the signature of the resource teacher or person or
the field study faculty immediately after the activity has been done.
9. Field Study student is required to prepare a portfolio for every field study course. The
FS teacher is encouraged to prepare his/her own rubric for authentic assessment of
the portfolios. This rubric can be discussed with the students as part of the
orientation so they would know what criteria would be used and how their portfolio
will be assessed.

On Becoming A Teacher
Field Study 6 “On Becoming A Teacher” is one of the Experimental Learning Courses of
the prospective teacher. It tells the journey of how to become a teacher as exemplified in the
Teacher Education and Development Map in the pre-service education. Like any point in the map,
pre-service education is connected to the core which is the National Competency-Based Teacher
Standards (NCBTS).
One of the professional education subjects for Teacher Education as mandated by CMO
30, s. 2004 is The Teaching Profession. It is on this subject, the field Study 6 is anchored. Thus,
all the experiential activities for this Field Study are related to in-depth understanding, testing of
learned theories and concepts trough immersion and observation in real life situations that relate
to the teaching profession for personal reflection, formation of concepts and future application.
Kolb’s Experiential Learning cycle, shown below guides the flow of the processes that
every student environment, should undergo. The model presents the four elements which are:
concrete experiences, observation and reflection, formation of abstract concepts and testing in new
1. Concrete experience includes everything that the prospective teacher is tasked to do in
the school setting and the learning environment, where engagement in real and
authentic situation is required. The underlying principle is based on Dewey’s
philosophy of learning by doing. The series of experiences will motivate, encourage
and enable students to go on to have more valuable experiences.
2. Observation and reflection follow concrete experiences. For situations or episodes
which cannot be concretely experienced, one can make direct observations. The
observations become environmental experiences and first hand encounters through
the use of the different senses. Reflections on both concrete experiences and
observation should always follow. This would clarify understanding, deepen values
and appreciation.
3. Forming concepts follows observation and reflections. This is the validation of prior
understanding gained from the previous courses taken as well as formation of new ones.
This stage can best be done through clearing house or journal writing.
4. Testing in new situation. This stage may not happen during the current Field Study
subject, but in latter course like Practicum or Student Teaching where transfer of
learning will find its place very clearly.
As we continue our journey to become a professional teacher, let us remember the
stages or elements we have to go through: CONCRETE EXPERIENCE,
Name of FS Student: Dianne S. Garcia
Year & Section: 3nd Year
Resource Teacher: Ms. Madel H. Meriales Signature:
Cooperating School: Our Lady of the Sacred Heart College

“Teachers are born” an old saying goes. What attributes or qualities should you possess to
indicate that you would be an effective teacher in the future? If you are born a teacher, you will
find some of your qualities that are befitting of a teacher. Let us find out in this episode.

My Target
 Deeper understanding of a Teacher as a Person.
 Knowledge of myself as a Person who will become a teacher.

My Concrete Experience
1. Who am I as a person? Do I have personal qualities that would make me a better
teacher someday?
2. With the use of the checklist find out your personal characteristics which would
help you make become a good teacher. The qualities listed are few of the many
attributes needed but the list given you would suffice.

Bilbao 2010

Below are indicators of personal qualities which may describe you. Place
a / mark on the blank before 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. ___/__17. I appreciate other people.

___/__2. I make correct decisions. __x___18. I am tolerant of other
___/__3. I give attention to details. people.
___x__4. I analyze every situation. __/___19. I am kind and sympathetic.
___x__5. I am quick to make solutions. ___/__20. I help voluntarily.
___/__6. I maintain poise. __/___21. I adjust to different
___x__7. I remain undisturbed under situations
pressure. ___/__22. I look at the brighter side of
___/__8. I hold my anger. life.
__/___9. I am calm in the midst of __/___23. I enjoy the company of
chaos. others.
__/___10 I maintain dignity in all ___x__24. I laugh at my own mistakes.
circumstances. ___/__25. I can adjust to any group as
___/__11. I am very imaginative . a member.
__/___12. I create new things. ___/__26. I think that my suggestions
__/___13. I like to try out new things. are not always correct.
___/__14. I accept responsibility and ___/__27. I do not consider self as
do it well. better than others.
__/___15. I utilize to the maximum __/___28. I treat everybody fairly.
every material. __/___29. I see other’s opinion as
___/__16. I have happy disposition different from mine.
___/__30. I give equal chance for
__/___31. I work beyond the objectives everybody to be heard.
__/___32. I do things without being
told. __/___47. I behave appropriately in
__/___33. I do not give up easily on the occasions.
task. __/___48. I select social functions to
___/__34. I set high goals for one self. attend.
__/___35. I work with a sense of __/___49. I use appropriate language.
urgency. __x___50. I adjust comfortably in a
__/___36. I feel sure of what I do. crowd.
__/___37. I work for others. __/___51. I have deep concern for
__x___38. I initiate to do the job for all others.
__/___39. I assume responsibility w/ __/___52. I am always willing to share.
confidence. __/___53. I volunteer to do task for
__/___40. I work to succeed. others.
__/___41. I am pleasant in action, word ___/__54. I give up personal time for
and appearance. the group.
__/___42. I am clean and neat as a ___/__55. I work for the group even
person. w/out assurance in return.
__/___43. I dress up appropriately. __/___56. I am fair in giving judgment.
___/__44. I am simple, __/___57. I am consistent in words and
beautiful/handsome. actions.
___x__45. I am appealing to others. __/___58. I am punctual in attendance.
___/__46. I treat everybody with __/___59. I am sincere in giving
courtesy. suggestions.
___/__60. I extend help to many others.
Number of checks in each cluster (min-1 to max-5)

Personal Attributes Cluster of items Number of check Interpretation

1. intelligence 1-5 5 Very High
2. emotional stability 6-10 4 High
3. resourcefulness 11-15 5 Very High
4. compassion 16-20 4 High
5. buoyancy 21-25 4 High
6. objectiveness 26-30 4 High
7. self-motivation 31-35 5 Very High
8. self-confidence 36-40 5 Very High
9. pleasantness 41-45 4 High
10. refinement 46-50 4 High
11. cooperativeness 51-55 4 High
12. reliability 56-60 5 Very High

Legend for Interpretation: 5-very high; 4-high; 3-average; 2-low; 1-very low

My Observations
Your concrete experience, enabled you to describe, what you are as a person. The qualities
reflect who you are. Make a similar observation of ten active teachers in school. Your observation
will be done through a survey and will produce empirical evidences. This observation method will
enhance your skills to collect data, like when you doing research.

You will be provided with a Survey Checklist for you to reproduce 10 copies for your 10
respondent teachers. (They are on the last page of this Workbook). Make proper request from these
teachers who will become your respondents.

Tabulate the results in the matrix found below:

Personal Scores of Checkmarks for each cluster Ave Desc
Attributes T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6 T7 T8 T9 T10
1. Intelligence 5 5 5 5 5 5 3 5 5 5 4.8 High
2. Emotional 4 5 4 5 5 5 2 5 5 4 4.5 High
3. Resourcefulness 4 5 5 5 5 5 4 5 5 3 4.5 High
4. Compassion 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 5 5 4 4.8 High
5. Buoyancy 4 5 4 5 5 5 3 5 5 5 4.7 High
6. Objectiveness 5 5 5 5 5 5 2 5 5 5 4.7 High
7. Self-motivation 5 5 4 5 5 5 2 5 5 5 4.7 High

8.Self-confidence 5 5 3 5 5 5 4 5 5 5 4.7 High

9. Pleasantness 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4.9 High
10. Refinement 5 5 5 5 5 5 2 5 5 5 4.7 High
11. 5 5 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4.9 High
12. Reliability 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4.9 High

The Observed Information

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.
1. Which of the twelve attributes is the highest among the teachers?
 The highest among the twelve attributes in the teacher are cooperativeness,
reliability and pleasantness.
2. Which of the twelve attributes is the lowest among the teachers?
 Lowest attributes among the teacher are emotional stability and resourcefulness.
3. How many teachers are low in emotional stability?
 There is one teacher that low in emotional stability
4. How many teachers are high in compassion?
 There are 3 teachers that high in Compassion.
5. What six attributes are found to be strong among the teachers?
 Only three attributes are found to be strong or very high enough among the
teacher- compassion, pleasantness, and reliability.
6. What six attributes are found to be weak among the teachers?
 Only four attributes are found to be weal among the teacher- resourcefulness, self-
motivation, and self-confidences.
7. What interesting observations can you spot from the other data not asked?
 Looking at the individual rating of the 10 teachers, I have observed, except for
two teachers, that their level of intelligence and level of self-confidence are
somehow directly proportional. The highest they rate in intelligence, the highest
their self-confidence.
Use the information from your personal results and those of the ten teachers in making your
reflections that follow.

My Reflections:
After studying the results of your teacher survey, write down your
reflections on the following situations reported to have happened in the school

1. Why are some teachers reported to have bumped a learner’s head on the wall or
made a child swallow scratch paper or pencil filings? What attribute do you think is
low for this teacher?
A teacher must be emotionally mature.
Teaching is not merely about intelligence. It’s also all about good

2. Why do you think some teachers are better loved by students than others?
Some teachers are better to be love by students because of their happy
disposition, personality, differences which often include friendliness,
warmness, and enthusiasm which creates a sense of community and
belongingness in the class.
3. If you were to choose, which personal attributes should all teachers possess?
Reliability and emotional stability are the attributes that teacher must
possess because they need to maintain professionalism in all areas
from personal appearance to organized skills and preparedness for
each day.

My Affirmed Concept
After reflecting on this episode and recalling my previous subjects, I have realized that
there are several concepts in the teaching profession about personal attributes I learned that has
been affirmed and confirmed; examples of which are given below:

A teacher must be emotionally mature.

Teaching is not merely about intelligence. It’s also all about good

My Future Application
Using what I have learned in this episode, when I become a teacher, I should….
Create a sense of community and belongingness in the classroom.
Respect my students and value their ideas and opinions so that my
students would feel safe to express their feelings, and of course
possess a good listening skills and take time out of my way too busy
schedule for anyone who needs me and lastly be one who is not just
intelligence enough to share, but someone with such a very good
personality to inspire, teaching is more than just sharing, it’s all about
inspiring for someone, Inspiring people take the spotlight as people
see your good deeds.

Name of FS Student: Dianne S. Garcia

Course: BSED
Year & Section: 3nd year
Resource Teacher: Ms. Madel H. Meriales Signature:
Cooperating School: Our Lady of the Sacred Heart College

What do you firmly believe about schools and education? This episode will
clarify your belief or philosophy about teaching and education.
Perhaps you have already decide that you would become a teacher. Your
belief or philosophy of teaching will explain your actions as a future teacher. The
foundations of all that you do in school and in teaching are usually based on a strong
belief called philosophy of education.

My Target
 Clear understanding of my philosophy of teaching and education.
 Identify teacher’s leanings on the different educational philosophies.

My Concrete Experience

This activity will enable you to ask yourself about the different future
practices or actions that you will do in teaching. You may not have done it yet, but
if you become a teacher what do would be your response to each item? Your answers
will identify what your philosophy of education is all about.
Answer each item in the Survey Questionnaire very honestly. There is neither
right nor wrong answer for each item. After you have answered each item, record
your answers and look at the interpretation at the back of this work text. After you
have answered the questionnaire yourself, you are to ask two teachers to do same


(Based on Sadker & Sadker, 1998
Teachers, Schools and Society, 2nd Edition)

Each of us has a philosophy of education or a set of fundamental beliefs regarding

how we think schools should be run. What is your philosophy of education? To find out,
read each of the following statements about the 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

____4__1. The student learning should be centered around basic subjects such as reading,
writing, history, math and science.
___3___2.the school subjects should focus on the great thinkers of the past.
____4__3. Many students learn best by engaging in real-world activities rather than
___4___4. The students should be permitted to determine their own curriculum.
___3___5. Subject matter is taught effectively when it is broken down into small parts.
___4___6. The school subjects should be determined by information that is essential for
all students to know.
___4___7. Schools, above all, should develop students’ abilities to think deeply,
analytically, and creatively; than develop their social skills or provide them with a useful
body of knowledge about the ever-changing world
___3___8. Teaching should prepare students for analyzing and solving the types of
problems they will face outside the classroom.
__3____9. Reality is determined by each individual’s perceptions. There is no objective and
universal reality.
___3___10. People are shaped m6uch more by their environment than by their genetic dispositions
or the exercise of their free will.
___3___11.students should not be promoted from one grade to the next until they have read and
mastered certain key material.
___4___12. An effective education is not aimed at the immediate needs of the students or society.
___4___13. The curriculum of a school should be built around the personal experiences and needs
of the students.
___3___14. Students who do not want to study much should not be required to do so.
___3___15. Programmed learning is an effective method of teaching information.
___3___16. Academic rigor is an essential component of education.
__4____17. All students, regardless of ability, should study more or less the same curriculum.
___3___18. Art classes should focus primarily on individual expression and creativity.
___2___19. Effective learning is unstructured and informal.
____3__20. Students learn best through reinforcement.
___2___21. Effective school assign a substantial amount of homework.
___3___22. Education should focus on the discussion of timeless questions such as “what is
beauty/” or “what is truth?”
___4___23. Since students learn effectively through social interaction schools should plan for
substantial social interaction in their curricula.
___3___24. The purpose of school is to help students understand themselves and find the meaning
of their existence.
____3__25. Frequent objective testing is the best way to determine what students know.
___3___26. Countries must become more competitive economically with other countries hence
school must bolster their academic requirement to facilitate such competition.
___4___27. Students must be taught to appreciate learning primarily for its own sake, because it
will help them in their careers.
___3___28. Schools must place more emphasis on teaching about the concerns of minorities and
___3___29. Each person has free will to develop as he and she sees fit.
___4___30. Reward students well for learning and they will remember and be able to apply what
they learned, even if do not understand why the information is worth knowing.
___3___31. Philippine schools should attempt to instill traditional Filipino values of teaching
__3____32. Teacher-guide discovery of profound truths is a key method of teaching students.
___4___33. Students should be active participants in the learning process.
___2___34. There are no external standards of beauty. Beauty is what an individual decides it to
____3__35. We can place a lot of faith in our schools and teachers to determine which student
behaviors are acceptable and which are not.
___3___36. Schools must provide students with a firm grasp of basic facts regarding the books,
people and events that have shaped the Filipino heritage.
___2___37. Philosophy is ultimately at least as a practical a subject to study as is computer science.
___3___38. Teachers must stress for students the relevance of what they are learning for their
lives outside, as well as inside, the classroom.
___3___39. It is more important for a student to develop a positive self-concept than to learn
specific concept.
____3__40. Learning is more effective when students are given frequent tests to determine what
they have learned.
Note: Have two copies of this instrument. Request two teachers to answer the remaining
questionnaire. Tabulate all the answers in the Matrix provided. Now that you have responded to
all 40 items, write the number of the response to each statement in the matrix below. Add the
numbers in each column to determine your attitude and those of the two teachers toward key
educational philosophies.

My Philosophy of Education

Essentialism Perennialism Progressivism Existentialism Behaviorism

Item S T T Item S T T Item S T T Item S T T Item S T T
1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2
1 4 3 4 2 3 4 3 3 2 4 2 4 3 2 3 5 3 2 3
6 4 4 4 7 3 4 3 8 4 4 4 9 3 4 3 10 4 3 4

11 4 4 4 12 2 3 2 13 3 4 3 14 1 2 2 15 2 3 2

16 2 3 2 17 3 3 3 18 3 3 3 19 2 2 2 20 4 3 4

21 3 3 3 22 2 2 2 23 4 4 4 24 3 4 3 25 3 3 3

26 2 3 2 27 4 4 4 28 2 2 2 29 4 4 4 30 3 3 3

31 4 4 4 32 3 4 3 33 4 4 4 34 4 4 4 35 2 3 2

36 4 3 4 37 3 3 3 38 3 3 3 39 4 3 4 40 2 3 2

Tota 2 2 2 Tota 2 2 2 Tota 2 2 2 Tota 2 2 2 Tota 2 2 2

l: 7 7 7 l: 3 7 1 l: 5 8 5 l: 4 5 5 l: 3 3 4

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?

My Observations
Visit a teacher in a school and observe what school/classroom activities reflect
his/her philosophy of education while she is teaching. Identify and describe teacher’s action
or behavior and match each with the identified educational philosophy.
1. Observed actions of a teacher who is progressivism
The teacher that I could possibly site examples in this philosophy, which the
teacher applies more on examples that the students complied to answer in regards
with their understanding on the subject matter. After their discussing the lesson
the teacher would write some concrete ideas and he will write in the board and
later on the discussion he would call a students to answer the question and to
make them explain it in front of their classmate.

2. Observed actions of a teacher who is a behaviorist

In my observation the action of the teacher who is behaviorist was I did not notice
the teacher would always state a certain students who excel in the whole high
school department and uplift their particular achievements as well as their
capabilities in us. The teacher was very proud making some of their students to
experience a change of their environment through sending some of them.

My Reflections:
Based on your concrete experience and the actions of the teacher you have observed, how
important is your philosophy of education to your future career as a teacher? How would your
experiences and observations contribute to your becoming a teacher?
In order to become a teacher with a vocation and mission to change something
within the society. I could say, I need to do a lot of things in order to reach the part
where I can confidently provide my students of those things they needed, and
through experience I could possibly relate more, see more in them the kind of
philosophy that could be more applicable in a certain set of students that would fit.
Philosophy is very important as a guide in providing a student’s a quality of
learning. Teachers needed to consider the individual differences of her/his students
and used the best method for them to learn, choosing a certain philosophy might
direct them and motivate them to learn more on the subject matter that you would
choose for them. The teachers’ priority is the teaching method and strategies that
befitting for her/his students, because we are preparing them to face the reality of
the world.

My Affirmed Concept
Identify at least three concepts learned in your previous subject like 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
Teachers have a different teaching philosophies, having these philosophies
is something worthwhile to teach students in a manner by which you stand.
2. Affirmed Concept2
This was affirmed to me that the school we are observing, the teacher specifically
was using a certain philosophy. There was a person that affirmed who uses a
progressivism, could totally understand what are the type of philosophy she’s
going to use in applying their teaching. And the way she manage to get the
learners attention and get a response of a certain action made by her.
3. Affirmed Concept 3
Every teacher is entitled with own opinion of a certain subject matter from different point
of views.

My Future Application
Using the first hand experiences in this activity, how will I use when I become a teacher
in the future?

A. In teaching and learning

In teaching learning teacher needs to consider mostly what their students do need
in relation to their subject matters. The application of your teaching and how you
present them to a set of learners affect their interest. You have to be keener on
how you will deliver as their learning is the priorities among others in education
B. In addressing diversity of learners
In addressing diversity learners a teacher need to adopt and choose the kind of
philosophy that is more applicable in a certain group of learners.
C. In creating a conducive learning environment
In creating a conducive learning environment you have to look on the
environment of the students. If a teacher realizes that the kinds of environment is
not suitable for her learners and the methods he is using, then it’s time for her/him
to look on the alternatives to make some changes. In regards to teaching, the
teacher needs to look carefully on the “how to teach” of a certain philosophy in
order to integrate it with the current environment they have.

Name of FS Student: Dianne S. Garcia

Course: BSED
Year & Section: 3nd year
Resource Teacher: Ms, Madel H. Meriales Signature:
Cooperating School: Our Lady of the Sacred Heart College

A teacher as a professional will always be found in a school setting. There will be
no school without the teacher because a teacher’s official working place is a school. A
school is an institution where learning occurs under the guidance of a professional called
the teacher. You will also find yourself in one of these schools when you become a full-
fledged teacher. How does a teacher operate or function in a school setting? How will a
teacher manage the physical as well as the psychological environment in the school?

My Target
 Description of a typical school day of a teacher.
 Enduring understanding of the teacher’s role in creating a conducive learning
environment in the school.

My Concrete Experience
This experiential learning episode will take you to the actual school setting. Here,
you will spend more time making observations and talking to your Resource Teacher. The
steps that will guide you in your journey in this episode are as follows:
1. Visit a particular teacher as your resource in a school.
2. Secure the teacher’s program. Study the time schedule and the activities.
3. Make a class observation at certain period of the day’s activities.

Based on the daily program, find out what the teacher is supposed to do during
the time of your visit. Observe what the teacher is doing. Take note of the different activities.

Copy the Class Program of the Teacher here:

Name of the Teacher: Ms. Madel H. Meriales
Name of the School: Our Lady of the Sacred Heart College
District of:
Division of: Nueva Ecija


Period Minutes Learning Activities

Group activity, sharing and
AM reflection on their personal
7:20-8:20 Christian experienced.
Living 1 Hour


PM Volleyball
1:00-2:00 Basketball
2:00-3:00 3 Hour Table Tennis
3;50-4-50 -Know how to have a
Physical Education cooperation and teamwork.
Interview the teacher to verify the class program Learning Activities

My Observations
At the time you are in school, what significant observations have you made?
Areas of Focus for
Observation in the School My Observations
Physical Setting
1. Classroom Arrangement
The students they did not in Classroom arrangement

2. Bulletin Board Display

The bulletin board display is the activities that they were
happened in the school. Many picture that they were post in
the bulletin board.

3. School Playground They have a school playground, like volleyball court,

basketball court and badminton court. It’s organized.

4. Learning Resource Center Library

Socio-psychological Setting

1. Class routines The classroom routines are organized and they have
daily routines before and after their class.

2. Teacher Activities A teacher activity was followed. Some teacher their

will organized to become a success their activities in
3. Learners Activities Learning activities is after their discussion in their topic
they will have the learner activities that the teacher there
were give it in to the students. To see if the students there
were learned to them

4. Co-curricular Activities To be known that the students they will have a physical
activities, to develop their skill to improve their physical
5. Extra-curricular Activities The extra-curricular activities are they will find it in the
fourth year students that they were graduated. Like students
that they were joined in the district play. It is one on the
extra-curricular activities.

My Reflections:
Based on the teacher’s program, your observations and your interviews, would you now
see teaching to be full time job? Why? Why not?
How do you feel about the teacher’s workplace? Are the conditions, healthy for the
welfare of both the leaners and teachers?
I feel about the teacher workplace was nice and I’m comfortable. Because in their
workplace was clean and beautiful. The condition of the teacher and the learners
was healthy and they were treating them as they second child. Because were teach
them a good manner.
Do you find the relationships of the teachers and the learners pleasant? Explain your answer.
Yes, I find the relationship of the teachers and learners pleasant because the
teacher enjoy to teach their students like their own child. Like in my observation
in senior high students they were enjoying their teacher because their treating her
us a second mother. Some students are thankful to have a teacher who is pleasant
and treating them well.

My Affirmed Concept
What previous learning or concepts that you have gained in your professional education
courses are affirmed by this learning episode? Give at least three, by completing the sentences
My previous learning in the content courses that were confirmed by this learning episode
is the following:
1. That being a teacher we are one who is responsible to our students to teach them a new
knowledge and good attitudes.

2. That gives them an opportunity to join any kind of the activities in school for them to develop
their skill.
3. That In teaching learning teacher needs to consider mostly what their students do need in
relation to their subject matters

My Future Application
How can I improve the school that I have observed when I become a teacher?
1. Classroom arrangement
I can improve the Classroom arrangement when I will become a teacher; I will
make the classroom arrangement to be more organized because knowing that if
your classroom was arrange in a perfect place it will become clean and well
2. Bulletin Board display
The improvement of the bulletin board display should be organized and the
display was arrangement by order to identify of the students what was on the
display and can figure it out because the bulletin board is important for the
students to know what are activities was happened in the school.
3. School playground
School playground should be proper places so that if there’s a students who wants
to play, they are not disturbed the classes of others.
4. Classroom routines
As a teacher we must have a classroom routines especially when we are teaching
our students, before and after the class like, opening prayer, checking of
attendance etc….
5. Teacher Activities
In teaching learning process learning activities must be shown, because it can help
the learners to develop their physical, emotional and psychological aspect in terms
of learning.
6. Co-curricular Activities
It helps to develop the ability of the learners and encourage them to become a
good individuals.
7. Extra-curricular Activities
Extra-curricular activities can help the learners to interact to other learners and
have a social interaction.

On Becoming A Teacher

Name of FS Student: Dianne S. Garcia

Course: BSED
Year & Section: 3nd year
Resource Teacher: Ms. Madel H. Meriales Signature:
Cooperating School: Our Lady of the Sacred Heart College

In the Philippines, the government has built schools in almost all strategic barangays,
town or city. This is done to provide access and equal opportunity for every school child to
achieve quality education. At present, there are more than half a million public school teachers
deployed in all these schools throughout the country. The school and the teacher in every school
have very crucial responsibilities in contributing to the change and development in every

My Target
 Community data from Rapid Appraisal Survey
 List of identified community resources available for use by the teachers in
the school.

My Concrete Experience
This activity shall be done preferably during the weekend, when the community
people are at their homes. Permission to conduct the community survey should be secured
from your teacher. The same permission shall be asked from the Barangay Officials. It is
suggested that this activity will be made by groups of five, to facilitate the collection of the
data. As a group, you will enhance your understanding of the community situation which
you will survey. In a way, this will be your community immersion activity.

Here are the steps:

1. Report to the Barangay Captain or Punong Barangay upon arrival in the
2. Peruse a community map to find out the area you are going to cover.
3. Secure the available information from the records of the Barangay secretary.
4. Provide the opportunity to go around the barangay for visual observation.
5. Interview some folks from whom you can secure or verify the data.


Name of the School in the Barangay: Caballero Elementary School

Name of the Barangay: Caballero Guimba, Nueva Ecija
Type: __/__ Rural ____Urban
Name of the Town/Municipality: Guimba
Name of the Province/City: Nueva Ecija
I. Barangay Location
1. Distance from the City (in Km): __________________
2. Distance from the College/University where enrolled: 11 Kilometer
II. Demography
1. Population: 1, 469
2. Number of households: 705
3. Number of schools-going children: 4
III: Physical Features (please check)
1. Lowland ______
2. Upland _/_____
3. Mountainous ______
4. Coastal _______
IV. Facilities (please check)
1. School ___/____
2. Community center _______
3. Plaza _______
4. Health center ___/____
5. Market _______
6. Road network _______
7. Cooperative School ___/____
8. Church/chapel ___/____
9. Electricity ___/____
10. Drinking Water Supply __/_____
11. Reading Center _______
12. Others (specify) _______
V. Agricultural resources (please check)
1. Rice fields ___/____
2. Cornfields _______
3. Sugarcane fields _______
4. Coconut palms ___/____
5. Fruit trees (mango, jackfruits) __/_____
6. Forest trees (mahogany, narra etc.) __/_____
7. Bananas __/_____
8. Root crops __/_____
9. Livestock’s (carabao, cattle) __/_____
10. Fisheries (ponds, Deep sea) __/_____
VI. Commercial Resources (please check)
1. Sari-sari stores ___/____
2. Trading center _______
3. Rural banks _______
4. Cooperative stores _______
5. Carinderia/Restaurant _______
6. Factory _______
7. Machine shops ___/____
8. Beauty parlor _______
9. Bookstore _______
10. Others (specify) _______
VII. Common Means of Transportation (Please check)
1. Jeepney ___/____
2. Bus _______
3. Tricycle __/_____
4. Trisikad __/_____
5. Bicycle ___/____
6. Horseback _______
7. Animal drive Transpo _______
8. Others (specify) _______
VIII. Development programs in the Barangay
1. BrigadaEskwela ___/____
2. Clean and Green ___/____
3. Gulayang Bayan _______
4. Peace and Order __/_____
5. Others (please list) _______
IX. Annual Community Activities (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
In our community there was a program held in our barangay like feeding program
and monthly check-up to the child and have received a vitamins or bakuna.

My Observations
Your second concrete experience will be to visit the school in the Community which you
surveyed. Interview a Resource 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
Some of the activities which allows the full participation of the people of the
community is the promulgating of brigade eskwela, cleaning the areas of the
school and doing repairs in the classroom.
2. Are the community activities that you, as teachers join? Please name. Do your students/pupils
also join these activities?
Yes, I’ve joined a lot of community activities.
3. What learning do your pupils gain from the activity?
In joining the school activities the community benefits from it. The learning that
the students gain in the activity is creating oneness and cooperation with each
4. What does the community benefit from joining n your school activities?
After joining community activities, the students were able to describe how
community works and on how can we uplift and help our community, they were
able to help, cooperate, and volunteer on community services when needed.
5. As per your observation, are the lessons that you taught in the school transferred to the homes
or the community?
As a teacher, I would really hope and encourage the students to transfer their
learning to their homes and even in their community, it is my duty to teach them
good values and good conduct so that they will do actions positively and
6. What community resources have you used in your teaching?
I asked the punong barangay to help encourage and use human resources, lend available
teaching materials.

My Reflections:
Make a narrative report below describing the data which you gathered. Present 1-2
pictures of the community or barangay in your photo essay.
Barangay Caballero
The School’s Community
A Schools Community is both a place and a set of partnership between the school
and other community resources. Its integrated focus on academic, health and
social service, youth and community development and community engagement
leads to improve students learning, and stronger families and healthier
2. Make a narrative report on the interview that you have done with the teacher.
School Community Collaboration
View of a Teacher
It is a place where you can feel welcome. As a teacher, you want to create
that atmosphere in your school. There are ways that you can help to build a
sense of community with the parents of your students. Giving positive notes
homes and invitation to the classroom to visit or volunteer will encourage
parents to be actively involved with their children.
After making a survey of the barangay and interviewing the teacher, answer the following
questions and reflect on each.
1. Which resources that you have identified are present in the community? Can these be utilized
in your teaching? How?
The use of community resources provide a shared memory for the class, for
example going on a field trip is only part of the experienced. Materials or
equipment available for lending from various community organization connects
students to human resources in the community and expand the students access to
the society.

My Affirmed Concept
What concepts learned from your previous courses are affirmed by this Experiential
Learning Episode?
Place a check mark on the concepts which are confirmed and place an ex mark on those
which are not confirmed.
Concept Remarks ( / or x)
1. A teacher can utilize resources available in the community /
2. A teacher should teach with a view in mind that the learners /
transfer their learning in home and community

3. teachers are agents of change of the community /

4. Barangay officials, health workers and other human /

resources can be invited as resources speakers in school

5. The teacher should always be willing to support the /

community in various activities.
6. teachers and schools should be unmindful of the community x
7. Communities should provide support for the learning of their /
children in school.
8. The sole responsibility of the teacher is to teach in the school x

9. All schools are part and parcel of the community where they /
are situated
10. Community officials should take over the responsibilities x
of the teachers.

My Future Application
Based on Experiential Learning Episode 4, I should do the following when I become a
teacher (please list at least 3 things)

Respect my students, I will value their ideas and opinions so that my students
would feel safe to express their feelings and learn to respect and listen to others.
Possess good listening skills and take time out of my way too busy schedules for
anyone who needs me.
Be flexible when a lesson isn’t working, I must find new ways to present
materials to make sure that every students understand the key concept.
Create a sense of community and belongingness in the classroom.
Name of FS Student: Dianne S. Garcia
Course: BSED
Year & Section: 3nd year
Resource Teacher: Ms. Madel H. Meriales Signature:
Cooperating School: Our Lady of the Sacred Heart College

Teaching is a respectable profession the world over. The status of teachers has
been comparable in all parts of the globe hence each year there is a celebration of
This alone would tell us, the recognition and honor given to the best profession
of all: TEACHING. A teacher is an extra-ordinary person in whose hands lies the
future of the world hence any teacher regardless of the country of origin should be a
Thus you, too, should have qualities, skills, knowledge, views, with wider
breadth and deeper sense because you, too, will be a global teacher.
This Experiential Learning Episode focuses on the global teacher.

My Target
 Identified competencies of the global Filipino teacher
 Knowledge of other countries teachers’ competencies and requirements as

My Concrete Experience
Let us begin with ourselves, the Filipino teachers. Why are Filipino teachers doing
very well in classrooms and schools outside our country? Many of them are awarded as
exemplar teachers, best teachers and model teachers. They are honored by the school,
parents and community as well. Would you like to be a global teacher, too, someday?
A Filipino teacher should be equipped with personal and professional qualities and
competencies of the Effective Teacher. These competencies are enshrined in the National
Competency-Based Teacher Standards (NCBTS) of the Philippines.
Let us see, what competencies our Filipino public school teachers possess in terms
of the domains and strands of the NCBTS-TSNA. Here are the steps:
1. Request for an interview of any public school teacher (Elem or High School).
2. Ask her/him about her/his Individual Profile on the NCBTS-TSNA Tool of the DepEd.
3. Ask for information on the following:
1. In which of the seven domains do you find yourself HIGH?
2. In which of the seven domains do you find yourself LOW?
3. In which strand, are you an Expert? Experienced? Developing or Beginning?
4. Record the answers on the Matrix below:

Name of the Teacher:

Grade level/ Year level:

NCBTS-TSNA Domains Description (HIGH or LOW)
Domain1- 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

Domain 7- Personal growth and Professional High

STRANDS DESCRIPTION (Expert, Experienced,
Developing, Beginning))
1. Teacher’s actions demonstrate value for learning. Expert
2. Demonstrates that learning is of different kinds. Experience
3. Creates an environment that promotes learning. Expert
4. Makes the classroom environment safe and Expert
conducive for learning.
5. Communicates higher learning expectations to Experience
each learner.
6. Establishes and maintains consistent standards. Expert
7. Creates healthy psychological climate for Expert
8. Determines, understands and accepts the learner’s Expert
diverse knowledge and experiences.
9. Demonstrates the mastery of the subject. Expert
10. Communicates clear learning goals for the Experience
11. Makes good use of allotted instructional time. Developing
12. Recognizes general learning processes and Expert
unique processes for individual learners.
13. Promotes purposive study. Expert

14. Demonstrates skills in the use of ICT Developing

15. Develops and utilizes creative and appropriate Experience

instructional plan.
16. Develops and uses a variety of appropriate Expert
assessment strategies to monitor and evaluate
17. Monitors regularly and provide feedback on Expert
18. Communicates promptly and clearly of learners, Expert
parents and superiors about progress of learners.
19. Teacher establishes learning environment that Expert
responds to the aspirations of the community.
20. Take prides in the nobility of the profession. Experience
21. Builds professional links with colleagues to Expert
enrich teaching practice.
22. Reflects on the extent of the attainment of Expert
professional developmental goals.
Activity 1 describes the competencies that a global Filipino Teacher should possess.
Now, we need to also know the competencies required of other teachers from other
countries of the world.
Since we cannot travel physically to other countries, we can reach these places
through the use of modern technology like surfing the World Wide Web, interviews and
use of other sources of information.
Choose two countries other than the Philippines. Search for the personal and
professional competencies required of the teachers in that particular country. You may also
interview a Filipino teacher who has taught in these countries.
Be guided by the Matrix given below:
Global Teacher from Other Countries
Name of the Country Personal Qualities of Professional Qualities Requirements to
Teachers of Teachers become a
Professional Teacher
United States
Compassionate, Professional, State Certified,
positive, dependable, efficient, creative and working visa and
communicative, motivational. bachelor’s degree
flexible, and patient diploma.


Sense of humor, Integrity. Have Bachelor degree

respectful and collegial ethics and diploma or higher
equality. enthusiasts. TESL certification.
New Zealand

My Observations
1. Based on your personal interview of the Filipino Teacher on the competencies of the national
standards for teachers, has the teacher met the requirements? Explain.
Based on my observation the teacher has really met the requirements on the
competencies of national standards for teacher, because quality education matters
and practically relevant education is needed to create a lasting change and
improve the children’s learning.
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, because very child needs a teacher, they hold the key to the sustainable
development of every society, educational goals cannot be meet without teachers,
whatever may be the specialization of every teacher.
3. Are there similarities or differences among teachers in other countries in terms of the standard
requirements of a professional teacher? Explain your answer.
There are similarities and difference as well. Based on what I have researched, the
teachers in USA developed 5 principles of professional standards as values. These
principles are not totally different with the 7 domains of the NCBTS that we have
for our teachers here in Philippines. As what I observed, these principles and
domains correlated with each other. The difference I have noticed is that in the
USA, linking the school to the community is not highlighted or given much focus.
4. Would Filipino teachers be comparable to their fellow teachers in other countries? Explain your
Teachers are given satisfactory or positive trust rating in every country but the
influence of teachers status, the social and cultural forces that determine how much
we respect teachers are harder to measure.
My Reflections:
Indeed, becoming a global teacher requires certain standards. As observed, 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 to the other teachers from all over the world?
Can you meet challenges of being a global teacher?
I see myself as a global teacher 10 years from now, an expert in a particular
are of study which has a global demand for knowledgeable on the subject,
ready to meet many challenge in the teaching profession.

My Affirmed Concept
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: A global teacher must constantly keep op new techniques in teaching to be always up
to date with the modern world and must have a good communication with other people, in
students, co-workers, and in students’ parents.
Concept 2: A global teacher should be responsible about his/her duties and obligations and be
resourceful in making in structural materials.
Concept 3: A global teacher must possess a sense of justice so as to be always fair with his/her
students regardless of their social standing.

My Future Application
How would you prepare yourself to become a global teacher?
As a future global teacher, I must prepare myself to become a globally
competitive and aware of the educational system of other countries. I should be
knowledgeable in information technology so that I can use it to improve my skills
in teaching and should always apply new techniques in teaching.
Fs 6

Name of FS Student: Dianne S. Garcia

Course: BSED
Year & Section: 3nd year
Resource Teacher: Ms. Madel H. Meriales Signature:
Cooperating School: Our Lady of the Sacred Heart College


There are fundamental requirements to meet to become a professional teacher.

One has to graduate a teacher education degree, pass the professional board
examination for teachers, officially called the Licensure Examination for Teachers
(LET), join professional organizations and abide by the Code of Ethics for
Professional Teachers. In addition, teachers must continuously grow in the
profession by undertaking continuing professional development activities.

My Target
 Identified competencies of the global Filipino teacher.
 Knowledge of other countries teachers’ competencies and requirements as

My Concrete Experience

Find a 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?
She were graduate her degree at St. Mary’s University of the Assumption.
BSE in year 1970
Ph. D in year 1998
2. How did your University prepare you to become a good teacher?
Is provided me challenging work, pressures and most of all great principles of
teaching and effective methods for students to them.
3. When did you pass the Lic66ensure Examination for teachers? What was your passing
She pass their Licensure Examination for teaching in year 1980 there were grades
rates was 73.12. And the passing grade was 70
4. . When did you start teaching in the public school?
The teachers that I interview were not yet teach in public school.
5. What makes you happy as a teacher?

6. What disappoints you as a teacher?

She was disappoints when students don’t want to be taught.
7. What professional development activities/ trainings have you participated in?
She was a professional development and activities/ training there were participated
are PACSA trainings since 1993- 2008 (organize yearly)
PAFTE training since 1993
VEAP training since 1998
PALT- Philippine association of language teachers
PAP - Philosophy Association of the Philippines.
AWA- Amateurs Writers Association
8. Are you a member of a professional organization/ what is the name of the organization?
She was a member of a professional organization namely:
Philippine Association of Campus Students Advisers (PACSA)
Philippine Association of faculty- Teacher education (PAFTE)
PAGE – Philippine Association of Graduates Education
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?
The code of Conduct that they were fallow is the teachers are models, exemplifiers
of Integrity, moral Uprightness and positive values.
Specific behavior that they will follow is the Good Behavior or Christian.
10. What kind of teacher would you dream to become before you retire? Do you have a career
path? Describe what kind of professional teacher you are along the timeline presented
below: Describe the point as: Beginning Teacher/ Inductee; Developing Teacher/ Young
Professional; Mentor Teacher; Expert teacher/ Sterling.
1-3 years in service

4-10 years in service

11-15years in service

15 years and above years in service

I started teaching age 19. I retired at 60. Now I’m teaching again. I will always be a teacher in
thought, word and action. I am a student for life.
God loves me… he made me a teacher to be his Extension in the noble process of transformation

My Observations
From the answers given by the teacher you interviewed, is the teacher a professional
1. Why do you think so?

2. Why don’t you think so?

Can you find other teachers who are professional teachers among the teachers whom you
What characteristics or qualities distinguish a professional teacher from a non-professional
Be passionate, positive, and enthusiastic about your work. A professional teacher
will not create negativity in a staff room or engage in mindless gossip and the
spreading of dissent.
Treat your students with respect. Never publicly humiliate or belittle your students.
Do not discuss their results or grades in front of other students. Don't personalize
issues with students. Leave their family, background, religion, behavior, and
personal circumstances out of public disciplinary processes and discussions.

My Reflections:
Considering that you will be a future professional teacher, what standards should you
uphold based on the Code of Ethics for professional Teachers?
As a future professional teacher that I should uphold based on the Code of Ethics
for professional teacher is being Preamble that believes that the education
profession consists of one education workforce serving the needs of all the students
and that term ‘educator’ includes education support professionals. The educator
believes in the worth and dignity of each human being, recognize the supreme
importance of the pursuit of truth, devotion to excellence, and the nurture of the
democratic principles. Essential to these goals is the protection of freedom to learn
and to teach and the guarantee of equal educational opportunity for all. The
educator accepts the responsibility to adhere to the highest ethical standards.
My Affirmed Concept
Based on the learning I gained in my previous courses on the professional teacher, this
experiential learning episode has affirmed concepts that:
1. Professional teacher’s always on time for work. A professional teacher understands the need
to start the day well, every day. Truly professional teachers will make sure that they arrive at
least ten minutes before the first bell rings, so as to prepare themselves mentally for the day
2. Professional teachers take charge of your classroom. Manage your students' behavior. A
professional teacher will not keep running to school management for assistance with classroom
3. Professional teachers follow procedures and the protocol expected at your school.
Professionals embrace the corporate identity and values and model these for the clients - in this
case, the children they teach.
4. Professional teachers are prepared. Check your diary the night before and plan the day ahead.
Professional teachers plan thoroughly too for every lesson and class. They stick to their work
programmer and assessment schedule, to ensure that not only syllabus content is covered, but
also the necessary skills for their students' longer-term success in their specific subject or
learning area.
5. Professional teachers keep up to date with your marking and grading of students' tasks. A
three day rule of thumb should apply. If you take too long to hand back class tests and so on, the
students will have lost interest in the task and their results by the time you return their work.

My Future Application
When I become a professional teacher, I should…………..
I become a professional teacher my see yourself as the students’ mentor, not their friend.
Effective teachers care about their students and want to be involved in their lives, but they also
realize that they must take the role of mentor, not friend. A mentor steers and guides his students
without acting like their peer. Be friendly, not familiar. Be friendly and open in your interactions
with students, but avoid being familiar. Care more about being effective than being liked. While
everyone has an innate desire to be liked, you cannot let this natural inclination control you as a
teacher. If you worry about whether or not your students like you, you won’t be professional, and
your classroom will become very difficult to control.