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LOOKING THROUGH THE MEANINGFUL LEARNING EXPERIENCE

Name of Fs student: Xysha Mae M. Roldriguez
Course: Bachelor in Elementary Education Year: III Resource Teacher: Josephine G. Paulin Signature: ______________ Cooperating School: Monkayo Central Elementary School

Name of School Observed: Monkayo Central Elementary School
School Address: Monkayo, Compostela Valley Province
Date of Visit: September – October 2012

1. What principles in teaching – learning were commonly applied? - the principles in teaching – learning commonly applied were the learning environment is supportive and productive. And that learning is an active process which begins and ends in their cognitive aspects.

2. What are the instructional materials used in teaching?
- The instructional materials used are picture flash cards, charts, visual aids, and books.

3. Which of the principles in teaching facilitate the cognitive, metacognitive and positive motivational process of learning? - Promote assessment as part of the learning process. Students (and sometimes teachers) typically see assessments as purely summative: something that teachers do to students at the end of a topic. Building the perception that (most) assessment tasks are part of the learning process includes encouraging students learning from what they did and did not do well as well as having students taking some ownership of and responsibility for aspects of assessment. It also includes teachers ensuring that they are assessing for a range of aspects of quality learning wider range of skills than is often the case. 

Scribble a brief reflection of your feelings and insights from your observation experience. * The teacher is responsible in aiming the development of creative and critical skills. Creative thinking involves creating something new or original. It involves the skills of flexibility, originality, fluency, elaboration, brainstorming, modification, imagery, associative thinking, attribute listing, metaphorical thinking, and forced relationships. The aim of creative thinking is to stimulate curiosity and promote divergence. While critical thinking can be thought of as more left-brain and creative thinking more right brain, they both involve "thinking." When we talk about HOTS "higher-order thinking skills" we're concentrating on the top three levels of Bloom's Taxonomy: analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. The teacher must not only ask questions that begins with what, who, where and when because these are low – level questions. In order to develop the thinking skills the teacher should exercise questions like how and why, this is one way to develop their critical and creative thinking skills.

Learners’ Characteristics and Needs

Name of Fs student: Xysha Mae M. Roldriguez
Course: Bachelor in Elementary Education Year: III Resource Teacher: Josephine G. Paulin Signature: ______________ Cooperating School: Monkayo Central Elementary School

Description of Teaching Strategies
* Classroom strategies used by the teachers are collaborative/ creative learning in which students work together in small groups to accomplish a common learning goal. They carefully planned and executed the activity given. Next, is the discussion strategies were in the students are engage in discussion that deepens their learning and motivation by developing their own views and hear their own voices.  A good environment for interaction is the first step in encouraging students to talk.

Description of learning activities

* The learning activities done by the students and teacher were successful. Wherein the students were able to participate in the given activity and cooperate with each other. They actively participated even though some students got the wrong answers. The learning activity given gave the students impact in their cognitive and psychomotor skills. It...
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