Practice Teaching Narative

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University of the East
College of Education
department of Professional Education
C. M. Recto, Manila

An e-portfolio on
Off-campus
Practice Teaching

at

Name of School where you were assigned
Location

Presented to:

Prof. Eric DAtu Agustin
Supervisor, Student Teaching Program

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for
ED 401 – Student Teaching

Presented by:

Name of Student Intern

Course & Major

Date Submitted
University of the East
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
Recto Campus, Manila

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Page Number

I. PRELIMINARIES
Title Page ……………………………………………………………..i Table of Contents …………………………………………………….ii Certificate of Recognition…………………………………………....iii Certificate of Completion …………………………………………....v Clearance from the Cooperating School …………………………..vi Acknowledgement ……………………………………………………2 Teacher’s Prayer ……………………………………………………..3 Teacher’s Creed ……………………………………………………..4 Teacher’s Poetic Call ………………………………………………...5 Teacher’s Reflection …………………………………………………6

II. INSTITUTIONAL PROFILES
1. University of the East
History ………………………………………………………..…8 Vision and Mission Statement ……………………………….12 Guiding Principles ……………………………………………..12 Institutional Objectives ……………………………………….13 UE Hymn ……………………………………………………….14 2. UE College of Education

History …………………………………………………………..15 Goals and Objectives …………….……………………………18 3. Dr. Alejandro Albert Elementary School/RMHS/VMAPA/UE-ESLS History ……………………………………………………………19 Vision and Mission Statement ………………………………..21 Vision and Mission Statement ……………………………….21 Creed …………………………………………………………...22

III. Phases of Student Teaching
1. Internship
Educational Philosophy ………………………………………25 Objectives of Elementary/Secondary Education …………..25 Importance of Elementary/Secondary Education ………….26 Objectives of Student Teaching ……………………………..27 Importance of Student Teaching …………………………….28 Code of Ethics for Student Teachers ……………………….28 Code of Ethics for Professional Teachers ………………….30 Roles, Duties and Responsibilities of the:

a. TEI ……………………………………………………37 b. Student Teacher …………………………………….37 c. Cooperating Teacher ……………………………….38 d. College Student Teacher Supervisor …………….38 2. Output

Synopsis of Professional Readings ………………………….41 Reflection on Seminars Attended …………………………….44 Daily Time Record ……………………………………………..48 Daily Journal ……………………………………………………52 Lesson Plans Used ……………………………………………79 Teachers’ Evaluation ………………………………………….86 3. Final Demonstration

Lesson Plan …………………………………………………….89 Evidence of Students Performance ………………………….95 Teachers’ Evaluation ………………………………………….106 Students Feedback …………………………………………….108 Photo Documentation ………………………………………….116

IV. Scoring Rubric Portfolio
Rubric for Practice Teaching portfolio …………………………….125
Summary Sheet ……………………………………………………..126
Reflective Process Framework …………………………………….127
Holistic Scoring Rubric for Practice Teaching Portfolio …………128

V. Student Teacher’s Profile
Curriculum Vitae ……………………………………………………..130
Personal Call ………………………………………………………….134

References ……………………………………………………………….....135

Appendices ……………………………………………………………………136

CHAPTER I

Preliminaries

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

I always thank the Lord Jesus Christ, for His continuous blessings in everything that I do.

I am greatly indebted to my Supervisor, Sir Eric Datu Agustin, for his timely advice throughout this student teaching program.

I am thankful to my friends and...
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