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Field Study 5

By AntoinetteRuiz Nov 14, 2014 4665 Words
Davao Central College Inc.
Don Juan dela Cruz St., Toril, Davao City

In Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements
In Prof. Ed. 15: Assessment of Learning 2

Submitted to:
PaulinoAngga, Ed. D.

Submitted by:
Marie Antoinette A. Ruiz

December 20, 2013
VISION

Empowered individuals in Christian ideals for service.

MISSION

Davao Central College commits to provide integral formation of persons who are God loving community service oriented and dedicated to the pursuit of national and global relevance adhering to quality instruction and research formation building.

GOALS

1. Strengthen the total development of persons
2. Develop a self-sustained, community
3. Cultivate the value of patriotism
4. Promote a global standard of education
5. Intensify the faculty development program
6. Cultivate a strong research culture.

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POGRAM OBJECTIVES OF BEED
BEED Programs aims to develop elementary school teachers who are either (a) generalist who can teach across the different learning areas in grade school, (b) pre-school teachers. 1. Enhance curricular offerings to make it responsive to the basic knowledge and skills needed by practicing professional teachers; 2. Provide education students the necessary skill anchored on the competency-based education; 3. Euip graduates with a wide range of theoretical and methodological skills to mold their future learners for hones and gainful work; 4. Train competent graduates in the field of pedagogy, research and community service; 5. Imbibe in the students the sense of moral values and high ethical standards of principled leaders; 6. Establish linkages and networking through research, educational technology and community extension services; and 7. Cultivate a sense of commitment among students to be catalyst in the upliftment of the socio-economic well being of the community where they live in.

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

We owe a debt of gratitude to those who were so generous with their time and expertise:

To our Almighty God for always guiding us and giving knowledge.

To my parents who provided financial support, love, moral values and advices.

To Dr.PaulinoAngga for guiding us in Field study 4. We really appreciate your utmost effort in facilitating and checking our errors.

To Mrs. Caroline Avelino for your cooperation and to your students who also gave their cooperation. We wish we could express our appreciation to them for their warm hospitality.

The expertise in this portfolio belongs to those listed above.

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Table of Contents

Tittle page ………………………………………………………………. .i

VMG ……………………………………………………………….. ii

Program Objectives of BEED …………………………………………. iii

Acknowledgment ………………………………………………………...iv

Episode 1 “Thermometer Check” …………………………………….. 1

Your Tools ……………………………………………………………. 2-3

Enriching Activities …………………………………………………… 4

You Analysis …………………………………………………………...5

Peace Concept on Focus ……………………………………………. 6

Episode 2 “Come, Let’s talk” …………………………………………....7

Your Tools ………………………………………………………………8

Personal Reflections …………………………………………………. 9

Your Analysis ………………………………………………………….10

Peace Concept on Focus ……………………………………………11

Episode 3 “Tell me” …………………………………………………….. 12

Your Tools …………………………………………………………….13

My Insight and Reflections …………………………………………. 14

Your Analysis ………………………………………………………….15

Your Reflections ……………………………………………………...16

Episode 4 “Bridging Educational Processes” ………………………. .17

Your Tools ……………………………………………………………..18

Your Analysis ………………………………………………………….19 Peace Concept on Focus …………………………………………….. 20

Episode 5 “Collect & Critique” …………………………………………. .21

Your Tools ……………………………………………………………… 22

My Interview Report …………………………………………………… 23- 24

Your Analysis …………………………………………………………... 25

Your Reflections ……………………………………………………….. 26

Episode 6 “Check Points” ………………………………………………..27

Your Tools ……………………………………………………………… 28

Teacher’s Objectives ………………………………………………….. 29

Analysis ………………………………………………………………….30

Reflections ………………………………………………………………31-32

Grade III- Agila Classroom ……………………………………………… 33

Students Activity …………………………………………………………. 34

Interview ……………………………………………………………………35

Curriculum Vitae …………………………………………………………. 36

DTR ………………………………………………………………………... 37

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FIELD STUDYExploring the Curriculum

Episode 1

“THERMOMETER CHECK”

Name of FS Student: Jolina D. Maraat
Course: BEEDYear & Section: III
Resource Teacher: Mrs. Caroline Avelino
School: Davao City Special School

YourTarget

At the end of this activity, you should be able to describe through your reflection of how the school promotes partnership and dialogue.

Your Map

For this process, go through the following steps:

1. Visit a school and study its vision, mission, and goals in relation to the school’s curriculum.

2. Observe the interaction between and among students, teachers, and other school personnel.

3. Write your observation and discuss with your classmates and FS teacher.

4. Generate insights from your observation and discussion.

5. Reflect on your experiences.

YourTools

For this episode, please use the Activity Forms provided for you below.

My Observation Report on Interaction

Name: Jolina D. MaraatYear/Course: BEED- III
School Observed: Davao City Special School
Grade level: IIISection: Aguila
Subject Observed: Science, Math, Computer and English

Observations:

Student-to-Student Interaction Patterns:

Student to student interaction usually happened in the classroom. When they keep on talking about games and cartoon shows. When they are having group activities and doing brainstorming. If they don’t understand their lesson they will ask their classmate about it and they are helping each other to understand well their lesson.

Student-to-Teacher Interaction Patterns:

Student to teacher in interaction are usually happened when the students are asking questions to their teacher about their lesson. Student show always respect with their teacher. They are obedient in following the teachers rule. When the teacher is asking questions to her student they will respond to it. Almost of the student in the class are listening to what the teacher say.

Teacher-to-Student Interaction Patterns:

Teacher to student interaction are usually happened when the teacher is facilitating learning to her students. This usually happened when they are having group activities the teacher is guiding and only facilitating her student to make sure her student are in the right track. Teacher is treating her students like her children. She is also showing her respect to her student. She is flexible with dealing to her students. Teacher is responding to the questions of the student and also listens to whatever her students say.

Student-to-Non-Teaching Personnel Interaction Patterns:

Student to non-teaching personnel usually happened when the students are interacting with guards, vendors and visitors like us. They are always respectful in dealing with us. They are not hesitating to talk to with the non-teaching personnel.

Teacher-to-Teacher Interaction Patterns:

Teacher to teacher interaction are usually happened when the teacher is asking question about the school matters. It is rarely happened because teachers are both busy in their own classroom. They talk professionally because of their profession. Enriching Activities

Dialogue of Student to Student Interaction

(After Mrs.Avelino assigned the topic of the different group she let her students discuss to their respective groups what they will do tomorrow activities)

Cyril: What will we bring for tomorrow’s activity?
Kyra: we will bring Manila paper, pen, disk, magnet and stone Gab: I will be the one who will bring disk.
Kyra: Okay gab, cy you will be the one who will bring manila paper and pen Cyril: Sure.
Vincent: How about me? What will I bring?
Kyra: You will be the one who will bring stone and magnet.
Vincent: Okay, you will be the one who will write in the manila paper kyra. Kyrah: Sure. I will. So see you tomorrow. Hope you will not forget what are assigned to you. Thanks guys. Chorus: You’re welcome.

YourAnalysis

Why is a classroom a miniature of a greater society?

Classroom is a miniature of a greater society because it is where the students will learn and form into a better person. It is also where students have to start and learn to adjust from their society. In a classroom the students will also have trials that they have to surpass to help them become mature. Classroom serves as a training institute where the students are trained by the teachers for them to be ready in facing the greater society. Classroom is a miniature of a greater society because like in the society students will also interact and socialize with the different people in the classroom. They will also have to learn to adopt the society in the classroom. If students will know how to adopt his/her society in the classroom then it will be easy for them to adopt the greater society.

What are found in the classrooms that are similar to what can be observed in society?

The similarities that are found in the classroom are the friendly environment. Like in the society students will also meet different personalities that they have to interact. Students will have to socialize with her co students, teacher and non-personnel teaching. There are also influences that can be found in the classroom which is similar to the society. The students can adopt good or bad influence to their environment. Classroom has learning environment which is similar to society. There are technologies that are found in the classroom which are also found in the society.

Cooperation and Partnership is very important because we can discuss our different ideas and thoughts so that we can come out better ideas through discussion.

Cooperation and Partnership in Curriculum Design is very important because the unity of all will lead to success and better outcome.

Cooperation and partnership is we considered techniques that can be used to have better outcomes. FS 4
FIELD STUDYExploring the Curriculum

Episode 2

“COME, LET’S TALK”

Name of FS Student: Jolina D. Maraat
Course: BEEDYear & Section: III
Resource Teacher: Mrs. Caroline Avelino
School: Davao City Special School

Your Target

At the end of this activity, the students should be able to describe the interaction pattern that occurs between the teachers and learners as provided in the curriculum.

Your Map

For this process, go through the following steps:

1. Visit a school and observe how the teacher provides the opportunity to the learners to interact with one another in doing one’s roles.

2. Record how roles are performed by the teacher and the learners.

3. Make your own documentation of the dialogue or conversation based on the observed roles that each one performs which you feel could have been livelier.

4. Highlight the aspect of the dialogue that indicates the teacher as a role model in developing the values in the process of learning.

Your Tools

MY OBSERVATION REPORT

Name: Jolina D. MaraatYear/Course: III-BEED
School Observed: Davao City Special School
Grade level: IIISection: Aguila
Subject Observed: Science

Observation:

The students are responding to the questions of the teacher. The teacher is activating the prior knowledge of the students by asking questions. The interactions are very significant in the teaching-learning process.

Situation:

The grade III- Aguila students are having group presentation.

The Dialogue

TeacherStudent1
“What is sound?”“Sound is what we hear ma’am” “What are the elements of the sound?”
“The elements of the sound are pitch, timbre, intensity and duration ma’am”

Personal Reflections on the dialogue

The interactions between the students and the teacher are very important in the teaching-learning process. It is a way of motivating the students to express their thoughts and ideas. Effective teaching will be shown also in the interactions. The students and teacher are both benefited in the interactions because the students will learn something from their teacher and the teacher will also know how much her students learn from.

YourAnalysis

How important are dialogue and substantive conversation in the classroom in terms of students’ learning?

Dialogue and substantive conversation in the classroom are very important in terms of student’s learning because it can improve the communication skills of the students. The students will have better understanding about their lesson. Through dialogue the teacher and students can exchange thoughts and ideas. The students will not be hesitated in asking questions to their teacher because they know that their teacher will respond to their questions. It is very significant because the listening skills of the students will develop. Through dialogues the learning will easily transmitted to the students.

What learning benefits could teachers and students draw from intentional classroom dialogue?

The benefits that the teacher could draw from classroom dialogue are that she will be able to assess her students. Through assessment she will also know what have her students learn. She will be able to know the background, interest and abilities of her students so that she can adjust in dealing her students. In student’s part, they will learn something new from their teacher. Their curiosity will be answered through asking. They will be knowledgeable. Through dialogue teacher and students will be both benefited because they are exchanging thoughts and ideas. They are both learning. Friendly classroom is a good environment to have an effective teaching.

Dialogue in curriculum design is very significant because it will improve the communication skills of the students as well as listening skills.

Dialogue in curriculum design helps the teaching learning process more effective because of the interaction made by the teacher and the students.

Dialogue in curriculum design is very important because the students will develop confidence in participating in the class. FS 4
FIELD STUDYExploring the Curriculum

Episode 3

“TELL ME”

Name of FS Student: Jolina D. Maraat
Course: BEEDYear & Section: III
Resource Teacher: Mrs. Caroline Avelino
School: Davao City Special School

Your Target

At the end of this activity, you should be able to deliberate on the principles involved in designing the curriculum and the learning activities.

Your Map

In your observation, please do the following steps:

1. Critique the information from the curriculum theory and practice through observation of the: a. Learning environment
b. Subject matter
c. Books & Internet resources used

2. Write your observations including the information you gather.

3. Reflect on your experience.

Your Tools

MY OBSERVATION REPORT

Name: Jolina D. MaraatDate of Observation: November 29,2013
School: Davao City Special School Subject Observed: Computer & Science

The Learning Environment
Subject Matter/s Covered
Library and/or Internet Resources

The learning environment is wide enough to make the students feel comfortable.

Lesson 2: Elements of the windows screen

Book
Computer

The learning environment is conducive and pleasant enough to make the student feel focused on their discussions.

Law of Inertia

Book

The learning environment was noisy because that was after recess time.

Length

Book

MY INSIGHTS AND REFLECTIONS:

The Learning Environment

Subject Matter/s Covered

Library and/or Internet Resources

The learning environment is very important in teaching learning process. It is because it will have effects in the process if it is not well prepared. As a teacher we should always have a good classroom management in order to attain the good learning environment to make the students feel comfortable and focused on the lesson proper

It is important to assess the prior knowledge of the students about the subject matter. It is because through assessment we will able to know where our students are. We will know how to adjust and use the proper strategies in dealing with our students.

Library and Internet resources give big help in the process. It will serve as instructional tools that can help both to the students and teacher in the classroom. It can be a source of learning. It can make the life in the classroom easier.

YourAnalysis

Why should teachers know about curriculum design?

The teachers should know about curriculum design in order for them to prepare and design new activities. Teachers are the one who are planning and designing about their activities every day. It is important that the teachers know curriculum design in order for them to have an idea what kind of strategies they have to prepare.

It is important that the teachers have knowledge about curriculum design in order for them to be updated in the modern strategies that are in to use. If good curriculum design is implemented in the classroom then there will be possibility that the teaching learning process will be effective.

What do most principles and theories of curriculum development have in common? How is this commonality expressed or spelled out in the curriculum of the class you have observed?

The principles and theories of curriculum development have their common in a way that they are both useful in having a good curriculum design. They both serve as a guide for the teachers to design and prepare good techniques and strategies in dealing with her students.

That commonality was expressed during the teaching- learning process in the classroom when the teacher was facilitating learning with students. Your Reflections

From our FS experience, keep in touch with our most meaningful learning and express it through abstract visual presentations.

Like this tree, curriculum will not stand by itself without curriculum planners, teachers, students and staff. Through those person curriculum will lead to success.

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FIELD STUDYExploring the Curriculum

Episode 4

“BRIDGING EDUCATIONAL PROCESSES”

Name of FS Student: Jolina D. Maraat
Course: BEEDYear & Section: III
Resource Teacher: Mrs. Caroline Avelino
School: Davao City Special School

Your Target

At the end of this activity, you should be able to identify educational programs that connect the school with the larger historical, social, cultural, and political processes.

Your Map

For this episode, go through the following ramps:

Ramp 1: Visit a school and examine their calendar of activities. See how the students, community stakeholders are involved.

Ramp 2: Identify the programs where the leaders create rewards for certain practices in delivering services to the stakeholders. Record the observations on the calendar of activities, programs and awards and the participation of stakeholders.

Ramp 3: Reflect on how the stakeholders participate in school activities. Your Tools

My Observation Report

Name: Jolina D. Maraat Date of Observation: November 29, 2013 School: Davao City Special School Subject Observed:

Calendar of Activities

ActivitiesDateParticipants

Team Reading November 28, 2013Gabriel Reyes and Beatriz Yap

Awards Given:
Certificate of Recognition
Medals

YourAnalysis

How important is involvement of all stakeholders of the school in the school’s programs and activities?

The involvement of teachers, students, parents and non-personnel teaching in the school’s programs and activities are very important. It is because they are the one who are working for the success of programs and activities. The unity of them leads to the better outcomes of activities and programs. If the activities and programs are going to be lead first by the teachers then they can motivate the students to be active in participation such activities.

The involvement of them can show that they are willing to show students that activities and programs are very important in the teaching learning process. If they are all working with it then there will be possibility that the effects of the activities and programs are both beneficial with them.

What specific principle of curriculum development justifies the importance of cooperation and collaboration among all stakeholders of the school?

The curriculum development is planning process. The cooperation and collaboration of the teachers, students and non-personnel teaching are one way of the planning process. Stakeholders are exchanging thoughts and ideas to have a better output. In that cooperation and collaboration they will make better plans to make the curriculum development. It will also help the activities and programs of the school successful through it.

Cooperation and collaboration among school’s stakeholders is very important because there is unity and the idea of each other will be as one ad can develop one great idea.

Cooperation and collaboration among school’s stakeholders can be a strategy used in the success of any activities and programs of the school.

Cooperation and collaboration among school’s stakeholders are a good exemplars to the students to have unity as well. FS 4
FIELD STUDYExploring the Curriculum

Episode5

“COLLECT & CRITIQUE”

Name of FS Student: Jolina D. Maraat
Course: BEEDYear & Section: III
Resource Teacher: Mrs. Caroline Avelino
School: Davao City Special School

Your Target

At the end of this activity, you should be able to explain the importance of the curriculum through reflections from the observations made about it as used by the teacher.

Your Map

In your observation, please do the following steps:

1. Revisit the school and request the teacher to show you a syllabus of a particular subject.

2. Analyze the syllabus in terms of the following:
a. Topic
b. Learning activities
c. Assessment of learning

3. Interview a teacher on the process of preparing the syllabus, giving attention to the following: a. Challenges
b. Resources needed
c. Planning Strategies

4. Examine the assessment tools used by critiquing whether or not it is a product-based or performance based.

Your Tools

For this episode, please use the activity form provided below.

MY ANALYSIS REPORT

Name: Jolina D. Maraat Date of Observation: November 28,2013 School: Davao City Special School Subject Observed: English & Math

The Topic

Learning Activities

Assessment of Learning

Adverb

Discussion
Questioning

Formative Assessment
Preassessment

Length

Board Work
Questioning
Discussion

Formative Assessment

MY INTERVIEW REPORT

Name of Teacher Interviewed: Mrs. Caroline Avelino
Grade/Year Level & Section of Class Handled: III- Aguila
School: Davao City Special School
Date of Interview: November 29,2013

Challenges

Resources Needed

Planning Strategies

To make the students attentive.

Attractive instructional materials to catch their attention.

The materials should be prepared ahead of time. It should be prepared according to their age.

To make the students participative especially when they are having experiment activity.

The laboratory apparatus should be prepared carefully.

The instruction that was given a day before the activities.

To discipline students.

There should be classroom rules so that the students will learn to obey it.

The rules should be prepared well. It should be considerate to the student’s side.

To make the students always coming at the school.

She always checks classroom attendance.

She always reminding her students to come at school every day so that they will not miss important lessons.

Your Analysis

How important is it for teachers and curriculum planners to anchor their curricular plans to specific theories and principles of curriculum development?
Theories and principles of curriculum development are very important because it guides the teacher what kind of plan she should have. It will also serve as basis of the teacher what should she taught in her class. It gives big help in the teacher’s side because it will give them ideas what kind of strategies and techniques are effective to use. It will also improve the teaching style of the teacher.

The teachers and curriculum planners should value the theories and principles of curriculum development because without it they will not have any idea how to improve curriculum. Aside from the teachers, who else should be involved in the curriculum planning? Expound your thoughts.

Aside from the teachers, there are also other people who have the ability to plan curriculum. Like the parents and school’s officers. They are also helping the teachers to prepare good ideas on how to help the students. The learners as well can help to plan curriculum development because they are the one who are evaluating whether the curriculum design is effective.

The community people as well can be curriculum planners because they can be a partner of the school in the outside activities. Your Reflections

Learners & Teachers

Curriculum development is important

Teachers are the one who decide

Learners are the reason why it is made

Teachers and learners together made curriculum success.

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FIELD STUDYExploring the Curriculum

Episode6

“CHECK POINTS”

Name of FS Student: Jolina D. Maraat
Course: BEEDYear & Section: III
Resource Teacher: Mrs. Caroline Avelino
School: Davao City Special School

Your Target

At the end of this activity, you should be able to give some principles involved in designing a curriculum.

Your Map

For this process, go through the following steps:

1. Visit a school and choose a class to be observed. The arrangement with the teacher that you are going to conduct a class observation.

2. Take note of the different learning environment provided in the lesson plan for specific subject area. Generate information on the following: objectives, strategies, and assessment tools used. 3. Find out whether or not strategies are aligned with the objectives and assessment of learning. Make a matrix of information from the observations made. 4. Reflect on your FS experience and share thoughts, insights, and feelings in class. Your Tools

For this episode, please use the Activity form provided for you below.

MY OBSERVATION REPORT

Name: Jolina D. MaraatYear/Course: III- BEED

School Observed: Davao City Special School

Grade level: IIISection: Aguila

Subject Observed: Science

Observations:
The teacher posted Manila paper on the board for her students to copy. Many of her students are keep on talking and standing while the others are busy answering. Teacher’ Objectives:
To discover new vocabulary.
To let the students comprehend what they are reading.
To apply what they are reading.

Describe the strategies:
The teaching strategies that been used by the teacher was reading and discovering. She let her students construct new knowledge in their own. Describe the Assessment Tools used:
The teacher used formative assessment where she let her students define vocabulary from what they read.

Objectives

Strategies

Assessment

Remarks

To discover new vocabulary.
To let the students comprehend what they are reading.
To apply what they are reading.

The teacher let her students to read from their book and discover new vocabulary.

The teacher used formative assessment where she let her student define vocabulary from what their read.

Letting her students discover in their own was very effective it is because the students are really striving hard to learn something new on their own.

You Analysis
Why do teachers need to align the objectives, strategies and assessment?

It is very important for the teachers to align the objectives, strategies and assessment because objectives are the teacher’s goal to attain. So when they are going to decide what strategies to do are they need to consider whether it fits to their set objectives. As well as when the teachers are deciding what assessment to make are they have to also consider their set objectives. It is in our educational technology 2 where we taught that objectives, strategies and assessment are synergy it means that they are interdependent to each other. Teacher should always consider objectives in every decision she does. It will set her mind what to do. It will make her preparations and plans easier because of the set objectives. It will guide her in making decisions. How should teachers align their objectives, strategies, and assessment? Suggest some strategies.

In aligning the objectives, strategies and assessment teachers should carefully plan what to do. They should set the objectives first in order to have basis in deciding what strategies and assessment should make.The teacher can also use some patterns or outline that indicates the alignment of objectives, strategies and assessment. It will guide the teacher as well as remind her that the objectives, strategies and assessment are interrelated to each other and they have to align it to make better outcomes to the teaching- learning process. Your Reflections

What has been your most meaningful experience in this episode? What makes it meaningful to you? How could you such an experience help you become a better teacher?

The most meaningful experience we had not only in this episode but this field study 4 is that when we entered the SPED and observed class. It is become meaningful in a way that we interact with students and also become assistant teacher of Mrs.Avelino. It is heart whelming when the teacher introduced as a teacher, we felt that the students respected us like their teachers. They are obeying, listening and also asking questions to us like teachers. Encountering special students in the school is also one of my meaningful experiences because I saw how they behave and how they are at the school even if they are special because of their disable.

Those experiences make it meaningful in a way that not all people have the opportunity to observe the school. We learned from those experiences. We appreciate the determination of the teachers there to facilitate learning even if it is hard to handle special students. Seeing different behaviours and characteristics of the students can be our motivation to learn more in handling students.

Meaningful experiences help us to become a future better educator someday in a way that we gain knowledge and experience in how to handle different situations in the class. It will improve our thoughts that it’s not easy to become a teacher so that we really have to take seriously our course. The different strategies and activities that we’ve seen will become our prior knowledge to improve it.

Becoming future teacher is not that easy we have to undergo so many challenges that either motivate us to strive more or defeated us in becoming it.

Grade III Agila Classroom

Students Activity

Interview

PERSONAL INFORMATION

 

Name:  Jolina D. Maraat
Address:  St. Jude Village DaliaoToril Davao City
Date of Birth:  February 12, 1995
Age: 18
Place of Birth: Davao City                        Gender: Female Status: Single                                                              Citizenship:Filipino Height: 4’11
Weight: 40kg
Contact Number: 09463042252
 

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
 

Elementary:            Sta. Clara Elementary School                 High School:           Dona Carmen Denia National High School              College:                   Davao Central College Course: Bachelor of Elementary Education 

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