Field Study 3 is design to help field study students observe how the different principles of teaching and learning are applied to make the teaching and learning process interactive, meaningful, exciting and enjoyable. In episode 1, it shows us how important are the principles of learning in the teaching-learning process. Through observation, I was able to identify applications of the principles of learning. In the class that I have observed, all of these principles were adhered by the teacher. In episode 2, it tells us how important are the guiding principles in determining and formulating learning objectives. During my observations, the teacher was able to observe these principles. Thus, the lesson objective is SMART (Specific, Measurable, Attainable , Result-Oriented, Time-Oriented). In episode 3, it enables us to observe the teaching of a dominantly cognitive or skill or affective lesson and to trace the development of a cognitive, skill, and affective lesson. In the class that I have observed, the lesson was all about identifying count and mass nouns. The value lesson was about cooperation and the skill lesson was about thinking skill. Both lessons were developed through activities given by the teacher to her students. In epsiode 4, it provides us an opportunity to write evidence of some guiding application in the selection and use of teaching strategies. In the class that I have observed, the teacher was able to apply these principles. She was able to determine the different learning styles and multiple intelligences of her students. In episode 5, it gives us an opportunity to determine the teaching approach or method used by the resource teacher. During my observations, the teacher used different teaching approaches in delivering the lesson to her students such as inductive method, constructivist method, metacognitive method and integrative method. In episode 6, it enables us to tace how the resource teacher develops his/her lesson...
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