• Cnu Vision and Mission
    the development gaps of communities. Field Study 2: Experiencing the Teaching-Learning Process Teacher: Mrs. Catherine Lusterio Grade: VII School: Don Vicente Rama Memorial High School Date and Time: Factors | Cognitive ability | Metacognitive ability | Motivational process | 1...
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  • Title
    Republic of the Philippines Commission on Higher Education Don Honorio Ventura Technological State University Bacolor, Pampanga Experiencing the Teaching and Learning Process Field Study II Second Semester S.Y. 2011-2012 Mr. Grengel Manalus Merza...
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  • Field Study 2
    FIELD STUDY 2: EXPERIENCING THE TEACHING LEARNING PROCESS FOCUS I: Meaningful Learning Experiences 1st Teacher: Mr. Danilo Palacpac . FACTORS COGNITIVE ABILITY METACOGNITIVE ABILITY MOTIVATIONAL PROCESS 1)Methods/ Strategies a. Inductive/ Deductive...
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  • Feasibility Study of Learning Process
    FIELD STUDY 2: EXPERIENCING THE TEACHING LEARNING PROCESS FOCUS I: Meaningful Learning Experiences 1st Teacher: Mr. Danilo Palacpac . |FACTORS |COGNITIVE ABILITY |METACOGNITIVE ABILITY |MOTIVATIONAL PROCESS...
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  • Summary of Pim Session 2
    "- experiencing, reflecting, thinking, and acting- in a recursive process that is responsive to the learning situation and what is being learned, and that learning sophistication results from the integration of the dual dialectics of the learning process. The ELT, in spite of the complexities, insufficiencies...
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  • field study
    accepted. Roxanne Dela Cruz Field study for me is an actual learning in which training teachers can reflect, asses, observe, describe, the fundamentals in the field of teaching. It is an important tool to be familiarize about the use of the materials and would use it with creativity and techniques that can achieve the interest of the students. ...
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  • The Field Study
    Field Study 2 Episode 1: Experiencing the TeachingLearning Process Name of FS Student: _________________Christian Angelo S. Jose_______________ Course: __ _______BBTE-IT ____________ Year and Sections: _______III-4D_____ Resource Teacher 1: _________________ Signature: ____________ Date...
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  • magsilang
    of reflections, journals, narrative reports, checklists on different field study like the learner’s development and environment, experiencing the teaching, technology in the learning environment, exploring the curriculum, learning assessment strategies and on becoming a teacher. My intention of...
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  • Reviewer
    ABSTRACT The purpose of this research study was to examine preservice teachers’ preconceptions of the role of the computer in learning and teaching and the factors effecting those preconceptions. During the 1997 fall semester, 279 preservice teachers in an introductory instructional technology...
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  • edTech
    , requires self-discipline and self-motivation (https://wiki.uiowa.edu/display/edtech/Advantages+and+Disadvantages+of+Technology) LEARNING Learning is the activity or process of gaining knowledge or skill by studying, practicing, being taught, or experiencing something in additional it is knowledge or...
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  • Implementations of Electronic Gadget by Malaysian Government in Teaching and Learning Procedure in Government Primary School
    such as computers and related technology. Educational technology can also be defined as a field of practice and ethical practices to facilitate and improve the effectiveness of teaching and learning through the production, use and management of resources and appropriate technology process (Karti...
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  • Dyslexia
    imperfection to the elaboration process of information (Beaton 2004; Thomson 2001). The purpose of this paper is to investigate possible teaching approaches used by teachers in Cyprus regarding dyslexic children through extensively literary research. In writing a study on teaching approaches regarding...
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  • Cognitive Neuroscience and Its Influence on Teaching Reading at the Elementary Grade Level
    implications to this field of research that can be applied within a typical classroom setting. The art of effective teaching requires educators to not merely understand and appreciate the varying personality differences and learning styles of their students, but to comprehend the brain and its...
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  • Justifications for Science Lessons
    respectively. I taught one of the two prep classes, which comprised of 22 students in total with 9 girls and 13 boys. Each class was well supported with teaching resources including a full time teaching aid, cutting-edge ICT resources and a variety of learning toys, puzzles and books. The...
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  • Remedial Reading
    important because it plays a vital role in achieving success. The ability to read well, leads many students to be competent and be more confident in meeting all the challenges in the field of studies. As defined in Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, Reading is a complex cognitive process of decoding...
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  • Research Paper
    stimulate interest in learning. This study will explore student-centered teaching methods that can motivate students to learn in a group of eight and nine year olds, using the multiple-strategy approach. According to Pederson and Williams (2004) traditionally, classes from kindergarten to the twelfth...
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  • EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING PORTFOLIO
    ; Field Study 2-Experiencing the Teaching-Learning Process; Field Study 3-Technology in the Learning Environment and Curriculum Development. The general objectives are to observe best practices in the effective implementation of the curricular programs at different educational levels; and to apply...
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  • Cognitive Learning
    backgrounds. Field dependent individuals experience events in an undifferentiated way, and have a greater social orientation relative to field independent personalities. Several studies have identified a number of major connections between this cognitive style and learning. For example, field independent...
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  • Learning Styles
    evidence that the widespread "meshing hypothesis" (that a student will learn best if taught in a method deemed appropriate for the student's learning style) is invalid.[2] Well-designed studies "flatly contradict the popular meshing hypothesis".[2] Auditory Learners: Hear Auditory learners would rather...
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  • Field Study
    FS 5 Learning Assessment Field study Episode 1: Guiding principles in the assessment of learning Name of student: Micayla A. Lacanilao Course : BSED-English Year and Section: III-BSED Resource teacher 1: T. Jean C. Dunghit Signature Date Resource teacher 2: T. Aimee...
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