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Field Study 6
3 Mar
A PORTFOLIO
Presented to
Cooperating Teacher
And
Dean, College of Education
Prepared By
4TH
Year Student
1st
Semester S.Y. 2012-2013
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title page
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Table of Contents
ii
Students Resume
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Purpose of the Portfolio
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Episode 1 “THE TEACHER AS A PERSON”
Teacher Interview Form
2
Teachers’ Values and Philosophy Matrix
3
Analysis
4
Reflections
5
MY MISSION STATEMENT AS A FUTURE TEACHER
6
Reflective Activities
7
Episode 2 “THE TEACHER IN THE CLASSROOM”
Observation Report
8
Classroom Management Matrix
9
Analysis
10
Reflections
11
Episode 3 “THE TEACHER AND THE COMMUNITY
Community Observation Report
12
Analysis
13
Reflection
14
Episode 4 “THE GLOBAL TEACHER”
The Global Teacher Matrix
15
Analysis
16
Reflection
17
Global Teacher Life-Line
18
Clip Art Essay
19
Episode 5 “THE TEACHER AS A PROFESSIONAL”
Observation
20
Analysis
21
Reflection
22
Pictorial
23
Comments from the Faculty
24
Suggested Rubric for Portfolio
25
Self-Rating Competency Checklist (Pre-Assessment)
26
Self-Rating Competency Checklist (Post-Assessment)
27
Self-Rating Competency Checklist (for Faculty)
28
Attendance Sheet
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Email Address:
PHILOSOPHY
Our treasure lies in the beehive of our knowledge. We are perpetually on the way thither, being
by nature winged insects and honey gatherers of the mind.
-Friedrich Nietzsche
EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
College
Major: General Education
Secondary
Elementary
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PERSONAL DATA
Age :
Birth Date :
Birth Place :
Sex :
Civil Status :
Religion :
Citizenship :
Weight :
REFERENCES:
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PURPOSE OF THE PORTFOLIO
This compilation was prepared and developed to provide and share experiences for those
who will undergo the same undertakings. Through the experiences written, some latest
innovations and strategies in teaching were shared. Their applicability will vary depending
on whatever and whenever it suits to the classroom situation. Some classroom problems
were also mentioned whether they are severe or not, they are somehow enriching
experiences that will guide and teach future mentors in performing teaching endeavors.
Field study 6
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EPISODE 1: THE TEACHER AS A PERSON
TEACHER INTERVIEW FORM
Teacher’s Name:
Subject Taught: General-Kto12 Subjects Level: Grade I
1. My goal/s for my pupils/students is/are is to learn with excellence.
2. What I really want to teach to my pupils/students is/are to value their education by
studying well.
3. I will teach my pupils/students by using methods that they could understand easily.
Teacher’s Name:
Subject Taught: Filipino,Makabayan Level: Grade IV
1. My goal/s for my pupils/student is/are the ability to communicate effectively and to
stimulate the development of critical thinking.
2. What I really want to teach to my pupils/students is proper motivation and
guidance, so that my students will engage actively in the class and
improve their innate talents.
3. I will teach my pupils/students by different approaches, techniques and methods.
Teacher’s Name:
Subject Taught: Filipino,Makabayan,English,Math Level: Grade II
1. My goal/s for my pupils/students is/are to excel in their class with moral values.
2. What I really want to teach to my pupils/students is/are not only to learn but to apply
what they learn in daily living.
3. I will teach my pupils/students by being a facilitator. As a facilitator, I will guide my
students through the subject matter in order to assist the students in their own discoveries.
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TEACHER INTERVIEW FORM
Teacher’s Name:
Subject Taught : Mother Tongue Level: Grade I
1. My goal/s for my pupils/students is/are to learn how to read, write, and to become a
better citizen.
2. What I really want to teach to my pupils/students is/are proper diction or
pronunciation.
3. I will teach my pupils/students by using different strategies suited to the topic which I
think will help my pupils to learn easily.
Teacher’s Name:
Subject Taught: English, Science, Math, Filipino Level: Grade IV
1. a. My goal/s for my pupils/students is/are teach them good values and impart
knowledge for them to become a principled and well rounded person.
2. b. What I really want to teach to my pupils/students is/are teach them values and
concepts that could inspire their lives and help them be a productive citizen.
3. c. I will teach my pupils/students by giving and showing them examples that they
may follow and be their guide in pursuing their choosen career.
TEACHER’S VALUES AND PHILOSOPHY MATRIX
Teacher’s Responses Your Analysis
Values Reflected
Your Analysis
Philosophy Reflected
Your Reflection
Your Comments/Reactions
Teacher 1
1. Why teach To learn with
excellence
progressivism I agree about the views of the
teacher
1. What to teach To value their educationessentialism I agree about the views of the
teacher
1. How to teach using methods that they
could understand easily.
essentialism I agree about the views of the
teacher
Teacher 2
1. Why teach To have the ability to
communicate
effectively
essentialism I agree about the views of the
teacher
1. What to teach proper motivation and
guidance
essentialism I agree about the views of the
teacher
1. How to teach Teaching different
approaches, techniques
and methods.
progressivism I agree about the views of the
teacher
Teacher 3
1. Why teach To excel in their class
with moral values
essentialism I agree about the views of the
teacher
1. What to teach Teaching lessons and
applying it in daily
living
progressivism I agree about the views of the
teacher
1. How to teach being a facilitator essentialism I agree about the views of the
teacher
Teacher 4
1. Why teach Teach them basic
knowledge to become a
good citizen.
progressivism I agree about the views of the
teacher
1. What to teach Teach the proper
diction and
pronounciation
essentialism I agree about the views of the
teacher
1. How to teach Using different
strategies
progressivism I agree about the views of the
teacher
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ANALYSIS
What values and philosophies are reflected in the teachers’ responses? You can jot down
your thoughts here, and then write your final answers on the Teachers Values and
Philosophy Matrix on the preceding page.
Teacher 1
The teacher wants to value their education by studying very well and to learn with
excellence.
Teacher 2
The teacher wants to teach them proper motivation and guidance, so that they will
engage actively in class and improve their innate talents.
Teacher 3
The teacher wants them to be morally upright citizens, and also apply what they learn in
their daily lives.
Teacher 4
The teacher wants to teach them the basic knowledge to read and write. Teach them the proper
diction and pronunciation, by using different strategies.
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REFLECTIONS
Which views do you agree with, disagree with? Expound.
I agree with the teacher who wants the students to value their education because it is a big factor
for their success in life.
I have no disagreement with their views because all of it is applicable in a certain situation.
This time, it’s your turn to answer the three sentence completion items.
1. a. My goal/s for my pupils/students is/are for them to learn basic education first.
1. b. What I really want to teach to my pupils/students is/are the impermanence of life.
That we should make the most out of it as long as we live.
1. c. I will teach my pupils/students by answering straight to the point whatever
questions they may have as long as I know it.
What philosophy do you adhere to? Why?
Essentialism because this writer strongly believes in a strong core curriculum and high academic
standards.
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MY MISSION STATEMENT AS A FUTURE TEACHER
As a future teacher, I wish to influence the lives of others
through experience.
My mission is to inspire my students and influence them to be creative
and independent thinkers.
I want to make learning fun and interactive
for all of my students.
Education is the future of our nation and the world
and I am pleased to be on my way to becoming a teacher.
Field study 6
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REFLECTIVE ACTIVITIES
1. Answer the following questions and explain.
2. When you explain your answer, relate it to the kind of teacher you want to be.
3. Draw or illustrate your answer.
1. a. If you were a school tool (ruler, pencil, paper, etc.), what would you be?
Why?
Ruler, because I always want to measure my student’s learning capacity at its full extent.
1. b. If you were a subject (Math, English, Science, etc.), what would you be? Why?
Science, because I always strive to discover the truth.
1. c. If you were school furniture (table, chair, blackboard, etc.), what would you
be? Why?
Blackboard, for this is where most of what we learn in school passes.
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EPISODE 2: THE TEACHER IN THE CLASSROOM
OBSERVATION REPORT
School Observed:
School Address:
Date of Visit: August 06, 2012
The ambience of the room was good for learning because it is well ventilated. It has adequate
lighting and clean.
The teacher has the mastery of the subject matter because the flow of discussion was smooth.
The class observed manages to tackle the subject matter in a short period of time therefore
making it possible for the teacher to go to the next topic.
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CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT MATRIX
Classroom Management
Area
Observation
Description of the
Your Analysis
Comments on the
Your Analysis
Recommendations
Supportive Measures
Observed
Effectiveness of the
Supportive Measures
1. Organizational Plan The teacher has
provided both
individual activity and
group activity
The organizational plan
is very effective because
you can see the pupils
are active
The flexibility of the
classroom
organizational plan
should be maintained by
the teacher and the
pupils
2. Schedule All activities are done in
their own right time
By giving an allotted
time for the task to be
performed the teacher
makes sure that the
students will give their
100% attention
Keep on following the
schedule to perform the
task properly
3. Record Keeping The teacher is always
checking the
assignments of the
pupils
By recording the pupils
achievement, the
teacher makes sure that
the pupils get their due
grade
Continue to record the
performance of the
pupils fairly
4. Physical
Environment
The classroom, in
general; is very
conducive to learning
because of its
cleanliness
Pupils are very
comfortable in their
classroom because of
the cleanliness
Maintain the cleanliness
of the classroom
5. Discipline The teacher always
makes sure that his
pupils follow proper
behavior
It is always important
that pupils are
disciplined to have an
orderly class
Continue to discipline
the pupils
6. Routines The routines are good.
The pupils can do it
with less supervision
It is important to
establish a standard
routine for everyone to
follow
Make sure that the
routines are followed
properly
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ANALYSIS
In what area of classroom management was the teacher most effective? Which of the
supportive measures were effective? Why?
All of the supportive measures observed were effective except for some issues with discipline
which in my opinion are just naturally given that the observed students were just minors.
In what area of classroom management was the teacher least effective? Which supportive
measures were not effective? Why?
It cannot be said that the teacher is less effective when it comes to discipline, there may be some
issues with it but it should be considered that the students are minors and are prone to
disciplinary issues.
Suggest more effective ways for your answer in number 2.
I think it is normal that you can’t follow all the guidelines in classroom management when
it comes to the actualization of the activity.
Sometimes teachers have to give a lot of time to emphasize the topic to the pupils.
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REFLECTIONS
Describe at least 3-5 characteristics of a teacher who can establish a well-managed
classroom.
The teacher should be organized, strict but fair and dedicated to the teaching profession to be
able to establish a well-managed classroom.
What characteristics do you have at present that can make you an effective classroom
manager? Elaborate how these characteristics can help you.
At present I can claim that my characteristics are being organized and fair. By being organized I
can easily assign tasks to myself and my would be pupils. Fairness is a trait that a teacher should
always have, for without it no pupils will respect him even if they fear him.
What characteristics do you have at present that can hamper you from becoming an
effective classroom manager? How can you overcome these characteristics?
Focus is the main characteristic that this writer lacks at the moment. But with due time and given
more responsibilities he believes that he will overcome it.
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EPISODE 3: THE TEACHER AND THE COMMUNITY
COMMUNITY TOUR OBSERVATION REPORT
School Observed:
School Address:
Date of Visit:
Locality of the School
The School is located at, near the city proper.Issues/Concerns/Problems of the Community
The community has no issues,concerns or problems that can affect the school not even traffic
or pollution.Community Resources
Quarry, farm ( rice, vegetables and onions ) and construction materials.Community
Assistance/Service Given by the School
The school helps in keeping the vicinity clean always. They also join whatever activity the
community comes up with.
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ANALYSIS
Suggest new ways by which the school can creatively use resources of the community.
If there are vacant lots near the school they can ask the owner to let the school make a
flower/vegetable garden in it. In that way the community benefits from whatever produce the
garden can make and also keep the place clean.
How can the school address the issues/concerns and problems of the community?
The school can be an important help to any problem the community is facing thru information
drive. They can also coordinate with the present community officers and ask them in what way
they can be of help.
What possible linkages can the community and the school have?
The community could offer scholarships to poor but deserving students who cannot
afford to go to school.
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REFLECTIONS
How did you feel while you were going around the community? What things did you learn
that you might have taken for granted before?
I have learned that the community and the school are inter-related because whenever there is an
activity in the community the school always participates in those activities such as tree planting,
clean-up drive, beautification projects, etc. Same also for the school, whenever they need some
helping hand in the form of money or labor the community tries its best to help.
As a future teacher, what do you think will be your role in the community?
As a future teacher, I will serve the community by being a good example to them. Teach my
students the proper values and how to help the community in their own little way.
How will you encourage more community participation among teachers and students?
By volunteering everytime the community is doing a worthwhile project such as tree
planting, clean-up drive, beautification projects, etc.
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EPISODE 4: THE GLOBAL TEACHER
The Global Teacher Matrix
Knowledge Skills Values Other Shared
Experiences
T
E
A
C
H
E
R
1
A global teacher must
be
globally competitive and
aware of the educational
system of other countries.A global teacher should be knowledgeable in information technology
so that he/she can use it to improve his/her skills in teaching.A global teacher should be
responsible about his/her duties and obligations.The teacher should be resourceful in terms of
making instructional materials
T
E
A
C
H
E
R
2
A global teacher must have a
good command of the English language because it makes communicating with other nationalities
easy.A global teacher must constantly keep up new techniques in teaching to be always up to
date with the modern world.Must have a good rapport with people, be it student’s, co-workers or
the student’s parents.The teacher should be open to different changes in the society
T
E
A
C
H
E
R
3
A global teacher must be knowledgeable about the history,customs and traditions of a country
he/she wants to work for.A global teacher should always apply new techniques in teachingA
global teacher must posses a sense of justice so as to be always fair with his/her students
regardless of their social standing.The teacher should have a good relationship with his/her co-
teachers and to his/her pupils
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ANALYSIS
From the responses of the teachers, what conclusions can you make about the knowledge
that a global teacher should have?
A teacher should be more knowledgeable, more skillful and and have a modern outlook in life to
become a global teacher.
From the responses of the teachers, what conclusions can you make about the skills that a
global teacher should have?
A teacher in order to be called a global teacher should be open minded, ready to accept new
ideas, knowledgeable in broad topics, well read, and technologically knowledgeable.
From the responses of the teachers, what conclusions can you make about the values that a
global teacher should have?
A global teacher must be knowledgeable of, respectful of and understands the history,customs
and traditions of a country he/she wants to work for.
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REFLECTIONS
My Global Teacher Song
Title: The Global Teacher
Teacher teach me, teacher help me,
Show me what to do…….
Teacher make my life much better,
Teacher I need you………
To teach me how to change my world
It’s something you can do…
Teacher teach me, teacher love me,
Teacher make me new…..
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GLOBAL TEACHER LIFE-LINE
Now, I will…
strive to graduate and pass the LET.2 years from now, I will…. be happily employed
(hopefully) in a school either public or private.5 years from now, I will…. try to get a master’s
degree in Education.10 years from now, I will…be teaching in a college department preferably
for teachers so I can also impart my knowledge to would be teachers of the future.
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CLIP ART ESSAY
Title: The future Global Teacher
Message: With the rapid growth of information technology, personal computers, netbooks,
tablets and other personal devices will greatly aid the teachers of the future. By being able to
store large amounts of data some of these devices take the equivalent of 20 textbooks or more.
The future classrooms will be equipped with LED screens to better display the lessons and as it
is also touch screen capable, so interacting with the lesson is more enjoyable for the teacher and
the students.
Reflection: With the undeniable influence of technology in future education especially in more
advanced countries, a teacher who wants to teach in a country that uses these technologies in
their educational system should at the earliest possible time learn how to use these gadgets.
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EPISODE 5: THE TEACHER AS A PROFESSIONAL
OBSERVATION
Policies/Guidelines Comments/sharing of the
interviewee
Values
shown
Pertinent laws/provisions
that served as legal basis of
the policy/guideline
Rights of Teachers
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ANALYSIS
No discrimination There should be no
discrimination in the
profession
Respectfulness Magna Carta for Public
School Teachers (Section 10)
Academic freedom Teacher enjoy academic
freedom
Independence Magna Carta for Public
School Teachers (Section 12)
Duties/obligations of
Teachers
Teachers and the
profession
A teacher should have
genuine enthusiasms and
pride of the professions
Confidence Code of Ethics of
Professional Teachers
Article IV, Section 2
Teachers and the
profession
Has the quality to be a
standard teacher
Knowledgeable Code of Ethics of
Professional Teachers
Article IV, Section 2
Economic and Social
Benefits
Salary scale The teacher’s salary has a
regular increase after 3
years
Progression The Magna Carta for Public
School Teachers (Section 16)
Cost of living
allowance
Teachers’ salariey shall
keep pace with the rise in
the cost of living by
payment of cost of living
allowance
Progression The Magna Carta for Public
School Teachers (Section 18)
Reward/incentive
system:
Salary increase from
Retirement
Teachers are given a good
compensation upon
retirement
Progression Magna Carta for Public
School Teachers (Section 26)
Disciplinary procedures
The teaching hours Teachers engaged in actual
classroom instruction shall
not be required
Discipline Magna Carta for Public
School Teachers (Section 13)
Additional
Compensation
Any other activities should
be given additional
payments
Discipline Magna Carta for Public
School Teachers (Section 14)
What values are reflected by the policies and guidelines found in the school or teachers
manual? Put your answers in the matrix above. You may choose to put some additional
comments here.
It reflects what obligations and limitations the teachers have, it also outlines what benefits they
could get.
Cite the legal provisions/laws that are exemplified by each of the policies/guidelines that
you included in your matrix. To help you, focus on the provisions of the following:
a. Magna Carta for Public School Teachers
b. Code of Ethics for Professional Teachers
c. Manual of Regulations for Private Scools
d. Certain parts of the Labor code
e. Philippine Teachers Professionalization Act of 1994
Write your additional comments here.
These policies or guidelines of the Magna Carta for Public School Teachers should be followed
by the schools or the government. These policies are guidelines are important to the teachers to
identify their rights, duties, obligations, incentives as well as their limitations.
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REFLECTIONS
How do you feel about the policies and guidelines concerning teachers? How will you
respond to them in the future?
The policies and guidelines concerning the educators will help the teachers to understand their
rights and obligations. As a teacher it is important to not only memorize those policies and
guidelines but to understand them as well.
What insights/realizations did you have about the demands of being a professional teacher?
How will you meet these challenging demands in the future?
I realized that being a professional teacher will take most of my time and energy but with focus
and determination I know that I can overcome the challenges that lie ahead.
What are your values and strengths that can help you become a true professional?
My love for whatever job that comes my way is my greatest value and strength. For it is not only
important that you are knowledgeable in a given job, it is also important that you love what you
are doing.
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Cooperating Teacher
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SUGGESTED RUBRIC FOR PORTFOLIO (PRODUCT)
Criteria Description
5 4 3 2 1
Contents of
the PortfolioHas 90-100% of the needed
contentHas 75-89% of the needed contentHas 60-74% of the needed contentHas less than 59% of
the needed contentHas less than 40% of the needed contentObjectives of the
PortfolioObjectives are
SMART and cover the whole courseObjectives are SMART but cover only a minimum of 75%
of the courseObjectives are SMART but cover only less than 75% of the courseSome objectives
are not SMART and do not cover the whole courseMost objectives are not SMART and cover
only minimum of the courseQuality of entriesEntries are of best quality, well selected and very
substantial.Entries are of better quality, many are well selected and substantial.Entries are of
acceptable quality, some are well selected and substantial.Some entries are of acceptable quality,
limited selection and substantial.Few entries are of acceptable quality, not well selected, and very
minimal substance.Presentation
of EntriesCreative, neat and has a very strong impact/appeal.Creative, neat and has strong
impact/appealCreative, neat and an average impact/appeal.Minimal creativity, neat with minimal
impact appeal.No creativity, in disarray, no impact/appealPromptness in the
submissionSubmitted ahead of schedule.Submitted on scheduleSubmitted 10 days after
schedule.Submitted from 11-30 days after scheduleSubmitted 31 or more days after schedule
Cooperating Teacher
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SELF-RATING COMPETENCY CHECKLIST
(For Student Use)
Name: Course: BEED Year & Section: 4th
year
Direction: Check ( ) the appropriate column that best describes the FS Student’s current level of
mastery of each listed competency.
COMPETENCY I cannot
do this
yet.
I am
learning
how to
do this.
I can do this
but I need to
learn more
and
improve.
I can do
this very
well.
1.Determines an environment that provides social,
psychological and physical environment
Supportive of learning. 2.Differentiates learners of varied learning
Characteristics and needs. 3.Manages time, space and resources to provide an
Environment conducive to learning. 4.Recognizes multi-cultural background of learners
When providing learning opportunities. 5.Determines teaching approaches and techniques
Appropriate to the learners. 6.Determines, understands, and accepts the learner’s
Diverse background. 7.Relates the learner’s background to their perfor-
mance in the classroom. 8.Reflects on the impact of home and family life to
Learning. 9.Expounds on one’s understanding of the learning
processes and the role of the teacher in facilitating
These processes in their students. 10.Accepts personal accountability to learners’ achieve-
ment and performance.
(Pre-Assessment)
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SELF-RATING COMPETENCY CHECKLIST
(For Student Use)
Name: Course: BEED Year & Section: 4th
year
Direction: Check ( ) the appropriate column that best describes the FS Student’s current level of
mastery of each listed competency.
COMPETENCY I cannot
do this
yet.
I am
learning
how to
do this.
I can do this
but I need to
learn more
and
improve.
I can do
this very
well.
1.Determines an environment that provides social,
psychological and physical environment
Supportive of learning. 2.Differentiates learners of varied learning
Characteristics and needs. 3.Manages time, space and resources to provide an
Environment conducive to learning. 4.Recognizes multi-cultural background of learners
When providing learning opportunities. 5.Determines teaching approaches and techniques
Appropriate to the learners. 6.Determines, understands, and accepts the learners
Diverse background. 7.Relates the learner’s background to their perfor-
mance in the classroom. 8.Reflects on the impact of home and family life to
Learning. 9.Expounds on one’s understanding of the learning
processes and the role of the teacher in facilitating
these processes in their students. 10. Accepts personal accountability to learners’ achievement
and performance.
(Post-Assessment)
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STUDENT-RATING COMPETENCY CHECKLIST
Name: Course: BEED Year & Section: 4th
year
Direction: Check ( ) the appropriate column that best describes the FS Student’s current level of
mastery of each listed competency.
COMPETENCY Student
cannot do
this yet.
Student is
learning
how to do
this.
Student can do
this, but needs
to learn more
and improve.
Student
can do this
very well.
Identifies varied methods and strategies,
instructional materials and assessment tools
used in learning environment.
Distinguishes general learning process as
well as unique process of individual
learners.
Identifies teachers’ actions that demonstrate
value for learning.
Explain the importance of using varied
learning experiences.
States the significance of using instructional
materials that provide meaningful learning.
Describes the significance of using varied
assessment tools in diverse situations.
Obtains important information on the
learning styles, multiple intelligences and
needs of learners.
Explain the importance of using varied
learning experiences.
States the significance of using instructional
materials that provide meaningful learning.
Determines and accept learners’ diverse
background and experiences.
Identifies and analyze the factors to be
considered in the selection of learning
experiences, instructional materials and
assessment tools.
Develops and utilizes creative and
appropriate instructional planning.
Shows proof of instructional planning.
Uses appropriate assessment strategies to
evaluate learning.
Sets appropriate learning goals.
Delivers accurate and updated content
knowledge using appropriate strategies.
Engages and sustain learners’ interest in the
subject through the use of meaningful and
relevant content.
Selects, prepares, and utilizes instructional
materials appropriate to the learners and to
the learning objectives.
Makes good use of allotted instructional
time.

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Field study 6

  • 1. Field Study 6 3 Mar A PORTFOLIO Presented to Cooperating Teacher And Dean, College of Education Prepared By 4TH Year Student 1st Semester S.Y. 2012-2013
  • 2. i TABLE OF CONTENTS Title page i Table of Contents ii Students Resume iii Purpose of the Portfolio 1 Episode 1 “THE TEACHER AS A PERSON” Teacher Interview Form 2 Teachers’ Values and Philosophy Matrix 3 Analysis 4 Reflections 5 MY MISSION STATEMENT AS A FUTURE TEACHER 6 Reflective Activities
  • 3. 7 Episode 2 “THE TEACHER IN THE CLASSROOM” Observation Report 8 Classroom Management Matrix 9 Analysis 10 Reflections 11 Episode 3 “THE TEACHER AND THE COMMUNITY Community Observation Report 12 Analysis 13 Reflection 14 Episode 4 “THE GLOBAL TEACHER” The Global Teacher Matrix 15
  • 4. Analysis 16 Reflection 17 Global Teacher Life-Line 18 Clip Art Essay 19 Episode 5 “THE TEACHER AS A PROFESSIONAL” Observation 20 Analysis 21 Reflection 22 Pictorial 23 Comments from the Faculty 24 Suggested Rubric for Portfolio 25 Self-Rating Competency Checklist (Pre-Assessment)
  • 5. 26 Self-Rating Competency Checklist (Post-Assessment) 27 Self-Rating Competency Checklist (for Faculty) 28 Attendance Sheet 29 ii Email Address: PHILOSOPHY Our treasure lies in the beehive of our knowledge. We are perpetually on the way thither, being by nature winged insects and honey gatherers of the mind. -Friedrich Nietzsche
  • 6. EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT College Major: General Education Secondary Elementary iii PERSONAL DATA Age :
  • 7. Birth Date : Birth Place : Sex : Civil Status : Religion : Citizenship : Weight : REFERENCES:
  • 8. iv PURPOSE OF THE PORTFOLIO This compilation was prepared and developed to provide and share experiences for those who will undergo the same undertakings. Through the experiences written, some latest innovations and strategies in teaching were shared. Their applicability will vary depending on whatever and whenever it suits to the classroom situation. Some classroom problems were also mentioned whether they are severe or not, they are somehow enriching experiences that will guide and teach future mentors in performing teaching endeavors.
  • 10. 1 EPISODE 1: THE TEACHER AS A PERSON TEACHER INTERVIEW FORM Teacher’s Name: Subject Taught: General-Kto12 Subjects Level: Grade I 1. My goal/s for my pupils/students is/are is to learn with excellence. 2. What I really want to teach to my pupils/students is/are to value their education by studying well. 3. I will teach my pupils/students by using methods that they could understand easily. Teacher’s Name: Subject Taught: Filipino,Makabayan Level: Grade IV 1. My goal/s for my pupils/student is/are the ability to communicate effectively and to stimulate the development of critical thinking. 2. What I really want to teach to my pupils/students is proper motivation and guidance, so that my students will engage actively in the class and improve their innate talents. 3. I will teach my pupils/students by different approaches, techniques and methods.
  • 11. Teacher’s Name: Subject Taught: Filipino,Makabayan,English,Math Level: Grade II 1. My goal/s for my pupils/students is/are to excel in their class with moral values. 2. What I really want to teach to my pupils/students is/are not only to learn but to apply what they learn in daily living. 3. I will teach my pupils/students by being a facilitator. As a facilitator, I will guide my students through the subject matter in order to assist the students in their own discoveries. 2 TEACHER INTERVIEW FORM Teacher’s Name: Subject Taught : Mother Tongue Level: Grade I 1. My goal/s for my pupils/students is/are to learn how to read, write, and to become a better citizen. 2. What I really want to teach to my pupils/students is/are proper diction or pronunciation. 3. I will teach my pupils/students by using different strategies suited to the topic which I think will help my pupils to learn easily. Teacher’s Name: Subject Taught: English, Science, Math, Filipino Level: Grade IV 1. a. My goal/s for my pupils/students is/are teach them good values and impart knowledge for them to become a principled and well rounded person.
  • 12. 2. b. What I really want to teach to my pupils/students is/are teach them values and concepts that could inspire their lives and help them be a productive citizen. 3. c. I will teach my pupils/students by giving and showing them examples that they may follow and be their guide in pursuing their choosen career. TEACHER’S VALUES AND PHILOSOPHY MATRIX Teacher’s Responses Your Analysis Values Reflected Your Analysis Philosophy Reflected Your Reflection Your Comments/Reactions Teacher 1 1. Why teach To learn with excellence progressivism I agree about the views of the teacher 1. What to teach To value their educationessentialism I agree about the views of the teacher 1. How to teach using methods that they could understand easily. essentialism I agree about the views of the teacher Teacher 2 1. Why teach To have the ability to communicate effectively essentialism I agree about the views of the teacher 1. What to teach proper motivation and guidance essentialism I agree about the views of the teacher 1. How to teach Teaching different approaches, techniques and methods. progressivism I agree about the views of the teacher Teacher 3 1. Why teach To excel in their class with moral values essentialism I agree about the views of the teacher 1. What to teach Teaching lessons and applying it in daily living progressivism I agree about the views of the teacher 1. How to teach being a facilitator essentialism I agree about the views of the teacher Teacher 4 1. Why teach Teach them basic knowledge to become a good citizen. progressivism I agree about the views of the teacher 1. What to teach Teach the proper diction and pronounciation essentialism I agree about the views of the teacher
  • 13. 1. How to teach Using different strategies progressivism I agree about the views of the teacher 3 ANALYSIS What values and philosophies are reflected in the teachers’ responses? You can jot down your thoughts here, and then write your final answers on the Teachers Values and Philosophy Matrix on the preceding page. Teacher 1 The teacher wants to value their education by studying very well and to learn with excellence. Teacher 2 The teacher wants to teach them proper motivation and guidance, so that they will engage actively in class and improve their innate talents. Teacher 3 The teacher wants them to be morally upright citizens, and also apply what they learn in their daily lives.
  • 14. Teacher 4 The teacher wants to teach them the basic knowledge to read and write. Teach them the proper diction and pronunciation, by using different strategies. 4 REFLECTIONS Which views do you agree with, disagree with? Expound. I agree with the teacher who wants the students to value their education because it is a big factor for their success in life. I have no disagreement with their views because all of it is applicable in a certain situation. This time, it’s your turn to answer the three sentence completion items. 1. a. My goal/s for my pupils/students is/are for them to learn basic education first. 1. b. What I really want to teach to my pupils/students is/are the impermanence of life. That we should make the most out of it as long as we live. 1. c. I will teach my pupils/students by answering straight to the point whatever questions they may have as long as I know it.
  • 15. What philosophy do you adhere to? Why? Essentialism because this writer strongly believes in a strong core curriculum and high academic standards. 5 MY MISSION STATEMENT AS A FUTURE TEACHER As a future teacher, I wish to influence the lives of others through experience. My mission is to inspire my students and influence them to be creative and independent thinkers. I want to make learning fun and interactive for all of my students. Education is the future of our nation and the world and I am pleased to be on my way to becoming a teacher.
  • 17. 6 REFLECTIVE ACTIVITIES 1. Answer the following questions and explain. 2. When you explain your answer, relate it to the kind of teacher you want to be. 3. Draw or illustrate your answer. 1. a. If you were a school tool (ruler, pencil, paper, etc.), what would you be? Why? Ruler, because I always want to measure my student’s learning capacity at its full extent. 1. b. If you were a subject (Math, English, Science, etc.), what would you be? Why? Science, because I always strive to discover the truth. 1. c. If you were school furniture (table, chair, blackboard, etc.), what would you be? Why? Blackboard, for this is where most of what we learn in school passes.
  • 18. 7 EPISODE 2: THE TEACHER IN THE CLASSROOM OBSERVATION REPORT School Observed: School Address: Date of Visit: August 06, 2012 The ambience of the room was good for learning because it is well ventilated. It has adequate lighting and clean. The teacher has the mastery of the subject matter because the flow of discussion was smooth. The class observed manages to tackle the subject matter in a short period of time therefore making it possible for the teacher to go to the next topic. 8 CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT MATRIX Classroom Management Area Observation Description of the Your Analysis Comments on the Your Analysis Recommendations
  • 19. Supportive Measures Observed Effectiveness of the Supportive Measures 1. Organizational Plan The teacher has provided both individual activity and group activity The organizational plan is very effective because you can see the pupils are active The flexibility of the classroom organizational plan should be maintained by the teacher and the pupils 2. Schedule All activities are done in their own right time By giving an allotted time for the task to be performed the teacher makes sure that the students will give their 100% attention Keep on following the schedule to perform the task properly 3. Record Keeping The teacher is always checking the assignments of the pupils By recording the pupils achievement, the teacher makes sure that the pupils get their due grade Continue to record the performance of the pupils fairly 4. Physical Environment The classroom, in general; is very conducive to learning because of its cleanliness Pupils are very comfortable in their classroom because of the cleanliness Maintain the cleanliness of the classroom 5. Discipline The teacher always makes sure that his pupils follow proper behavior It is always important that pupils are disciplined to have an orderly class Continue to discipline the pupils 6. Routines The routines are good. The pupils can do it with less supervision It is important to establish a standard routine for everyone to follow Make sure that the routines are followed properly 9 ANALYSIS In what area of classroom management was the teacher most effective? Which of the supportive measures were effective? Why? All of the supportive measures observed were effective except for some issues with discipline which in my opinion are just naturally given that the observed students were just minors.
  • 20. In what area of classroom management was the teacher least effective? Which supportive measures were not effective? Why? It cannot be said that the teacher is less effective when it comes to discipline, there may be some issues with it but it should be considered that the students are minors and are prone to disciplinary issues. Suggest more effective ways for your answer in number 2. I think it is normal that you can’t follow all the guidelines in classroom management when it comes to the actualization of the activity. Sometimes teachers have to give a lot of time to emphasize the topic to the pupils. 10 REFLECTIONS Describe at least 3-5 characteristics of a teacher who can establish a well-managed classroom. The teacher should be organized, strict but fair and dedicated to the teaching profession to be able to establish a well-managed classroom.
  • 21. What characteristics do you have at present that can make you an effective classroom manager? Elaborate how these characteristics can help you. At present I can claim that my characteristics are being organized and fair. By being organized I can easily assign tasks to myself and my would be pupils. Fairness is a trait that a teacher should always have, for without it no pupils will respect him even if they fear him. What characteristics do you have at present that can hamper you from becoming an effective classroom manager? How can you overcome these characteristics? Focus is the main characteristic that this writer lacks at the moment. But with due time and given more responsibilities he believes that he will overcome it. 11 EPISODE 3: THE TEACHER AND THE COMMUNITY COMMUNITY TOUR OBSERVATION REPORT School Observed: School Address: Date of Visit: Locality of the School The School is located at, near the city proper.Issues/Concerns/Problems of the Community The community has no issues,concerns or problems that can affect the school not even traffic or pollution.Community Resources Quarry, farm ( rice, vegetables and onions ) and construction materials.Community Assistance/Service Given by the School
  • 22. The school helps in keeping the vicinity clean always. They also join whatever activity the community comes up with. 12 ANALYSIS Suggest new ways by which the school can creatively use resources of the community. If there are vacant lots near the school they can ask the owner to let the school make a flower/vegetable garden in it. In that way the community benefits from whatever produce the garden can make and also keep the place clean. How can the school address the issues/concerns and problems of the community? The school can be an important help to any problem the community is facing thru information drive. They can also coordinate with the present community officers and ask them in what way they can be of help. What possible linkages can the community and the school have? The community could offer scholarships to poor but deserving students who cannot afford to go to school.
  • 23. 13 REFLECTIONS How did you feel while you were going around the community? What things did you learn that you might have taken for granted before? I have learned that the community and the school are inter-related because whenever there is an activity in the community the school always participates in those activities such as tree planting, clean-up drive, beautification projects, etc. Same also for the school, whenever they need some helping hand in the form of money or labor the community tries its best to help. As a future teacher, what do you think will be your role in the community? As a future teacher, I will serve the community by being a good example to them. Teach my students the proper values and how to help the community in their own little way.
  • 24. How will you encourage more community participation among teachers and students? By volunteering everytime the community is doing a worthwhile project such as tree planting, clean-up drive, beautification projects, etc. 14 EPISODE 4: THE GLOBAL TEACHER The Global Teacher Matrix Knowledge Skills Values Other Shared Experiences
  • 25. T E A C H E R 1 A global teacher must be globally competitive and aware of the educational system of other countries.A global teacher should be knowledgeable in information technology so that he/she can use it to improve his/her skills in teaching.A global teacher should be responsible about his/her duties and obligations.The teacher should be resourceful in terms of making instructional materials T E A C H E R 2 A global teacher must have a good command of the English language because it makes communicating with other nationalities easy.A global teacher must constantly keep up new techniques in teaching to be always up to date with the modern world.Must have a good rapport with people, be it student’s, co-workers or the student’s parents.The teacher should be open to different changes in the society
  • 26. T E A C H E R 3 A global teacher must be knowledgeable about the history,customs and traditions of a country he/she wants to work for.A global teacher should always apply new techniques in teachingA global teacher must posses a sense of justice so as to be always fair with his/her students regardless of their social standing.The teacher should have a good relationship with his/her co- teachers and to his/her pupils 15 ANALYSIS From the responses of the teachers, what conclusions can you make about the knowledge that a global teacher should have? A teacher should be more knowledgeable, more skillful and and have a modern outlook in life to become a global teacher. From the responses of the teachers, what conclusions can you make about the skills that a global teacher should have? A teacher in order to be called a global teacher should be open minded, ready to accept new ideas, knowledgeable in broad topics, well read, and technologically knowledgeable. From the responses of the teachers, what conclusions can you make about the values that a global teacher should have? A global teacher must be knowledgeable of, respectful of and understands the history,customs and traditions of a country he/she wants to work for.
  • 27. 16 REFLECTIONS My Global Teacher Song Title: The Global Teacher Teacher teach me, teacher help me, Show me what to do……. Teacher make my life much better, Teacher I need you……… To teach me how to change my world It’s something you can do… Teacher teach me, teacher love me, Teacher make me new…..
  • 28. 17 GLOBAL TEACHER LIFE-LINE Now, I will… strive to graduate and pass the LET.2 years from now, I will…. be happily employed (hopefully) in a school either public or private.5 years from now, I will…. try to get a master’s degree in Education.10 years from now, I will…be teaching in a college department preferably for teachers so I can also impart my knowledge to would be teachers of the future. 18 CLIP ART ESSAY Title: The future Global Teacher Message: With the rapid growth of information technology, personal computers, netbooks, tablets and other personal devices will greatly aid the teachers of the future. By being able to store large amounts of data some of these devices take the equivalent of 20 textbooks or more. The future classrooms will be equipped with LED screens to better display the lessons and as it is also touch screen capable, so interacting with the lesson is more enjoyable for the teacher and the students. Reflection: With the undeniable influence of technology in future education especially in more advanced countries, a teacher who wants to teach in a country that uses these technologies in their educational system should at the earliest possible time learn how to use these gadgets. 19 EPISODE 5: THE TEACHER AS A PROFESSIONAL OBSERVATION Policies/Guidelines Comments/sharing of the interviewee Values shown Pertinent laws/provisions that served as legal basis of the policy/guideline Rights of Teachers
  • 29. 20 ANALYSIS No discrimination There should be no discrimination in the profession Respectfulness Magna Carta for Public School Teachers (Section 10) Academic freedom Teacher enjoy academic freedom Independence Magna Carta for Public School Teachers (Section 12) Duties/obligations of Teachers Teachers and the profession A teacher should have genuine enthusiasms and pride of the professions Confidence Code of Ethics of Professional Teachers Article IV, Section 2 Teachers and the profession Has the quality to be a standard teacher Knowledgeable Code of Ethics of Professional Teachers Article IV, Section 2 Economic and Social Benefits Salary scale The teacher’s salary has a regular increase after 3 years Progression The Magna Carta for Public School Teachers (Section 16) Cost of living allowance Teachers’ salariey shall keep pace with the rise in the cost of living by payment of cost of living allowance Progression The Magna Carta for Public School Teachers (Section 18) Reward/incentive system: Salary increase from Retirement Teachers are given a good compensation upon retirement Progression Magna Carta for Public School Teachers (Section 26) Disciplinary procedures The teaching hours Teachers engaged in actual classroom instruction shall not be required Discipline Magna Carta for Public School Teachers (Section 13) Additional Compensation Any other activities should be given additional payments Discipline Magna Carta for Public School Teachers (Section 14)
  • 30. What values are reflected by the policies and guidelines found in the school or teachers manual? Put your answers in the matrix above. You may choose to put some additional comments here. It reflects what obligations and limitations the teachers have, it also outlines what benefits they could get. Cite the legal provisions/laws that are exemplified by each of the policies/guidelines that you included in your matrix. To help you, focus on the provisions of the following: a. Magna Carta for Public School Teachers b. Code of Ethics for Professional Teachers c. Manual of Regulations for Private Scools d. Certain parts of the Labor code e. Philippine Teachers Professionalization Act of 1994 Write your additional comments here. These policies or guidelines of the Magna Carta for Public School Teachers should be followed by the schools or the government. These policies are guidelines are important to the teachers to identify their rights, duties, obligations, incentives as well as their limitations.
  • 31. 21 REFLECTIONS How do you feel about the policies and guidelines concerning teachers? How will you respond to them in the future? The policies and guidelines concerning the educators will help the teachers to understand their rights and obligations. As a teacher it is important to not only memorize those policies and guidelines but to understand them as well. What insights/realizations did you have about the demands of being a professional teacher? How will you meet these challenging demands in the future? I realized that being a professional teacher will take most of my time and energy but with focus and determination I know that I can overcome the challenges that lie ahead. What are your values and strengths that can help you become a true professional? My love for whatever job that comes my way is my greatest value and strength. For it is not only important that you are knowledgeable in a given job, it is also important that you love what you are doing. 22
  • 32. 23 Cooperating Teacher 24 SUGGESTED RUBRIC FOR PORTFOLIO (PRODUCT) Criteria Description 5 4 3 2 1 Contents of
  • 33. the PortfolioHas 90-100% of the needed contentHas 75-89% of the needed contentHas 60-74% of the needed contentHas less than 59% of the needed contentHas less than 40% of the needed contentObjectives of the PortfolioObjectives are SMART and cover the whole courseObjectives are SMART but cover only a minimum of 75% of the courseObjectives are SMART but cover only less than 75% of the courseSome objectives are not SMART and do not cover the whole courseMost objectives are not SMART and cover only minimum of the courseQuality of entriesEntries are of best quality, well selected and very substantial.Entries are of better quality, many are well selected and substantial.Entries are of acceptable quality, some are well selected and substantial.Some entries are of acceptable quality, limited selection and substantial.Few entries are of acceptable quality, not well selected, and very minimal substance.Presentation of EntriesCreative, neat and has a very strong impact/appeal.Creative, neat and has strong impact/appealCreative, neat and an average impact/appeal.Minimal creativity, neat with minimal impact appeal.No creativity, in disarray, no impact/appealPromptness in the submissionSubmitted ahead of schedule.Submitted on scheduleSubmitted 10 days after schedule.Submitted from 11-30 days after scheduleSubmitted 31 or more days after schedule Cooperating Teacher 25 SELF-RATING COMPETENCY CHECKLIST (For Student Use) Name: Course: BEED Year & Section: 4th year Direction: Check ( ) the appropriate column that best describes the FS Student’s current level of mastery of each listed competency.
  • 34. COMPETENCY I cannot do this yet. I am learning how to do this. I can do this but I need to learn more and improve. I can do this very well. 1.Determines an environment that provides social, psychological and physical environment Supportive of learning. 2.Differentiates learners of varied learning Characteristics and needs. 3.Manages time, space and resources to provide an Environment conducive to learning. 4.Recognizes multi-cultural background of learners When providing learning opportunities. 5.Determines teaching approaches and techniques Appropriate to the learners. 6.Determines, understands, and accepts the learner’s Diverse background. 7.Relates the learner’s background to their perfor- mance in the classroom. 8.Reflects on the impact of home and family life to Learning. 9.Expounds on one’s understanding of the learning processes and the role of the teacher in facilitating These processes in their students. 10.Accepts personal accountability to learners’ achieve- ment and performance. (Pre-Assessment)
  • 35. 26 SELF-RATING COMPETENCY CHECKLIST (For Student Use) Name: Course: BEED Year & Section: 4th year Direction: Check ( ) the appropriate column that best describes the FS Student’s current level of mastery of each listed competency. COMPETENCY I cannot do this yet. I am learning how to do this. I can do this but I need to learn more and improve. I can do this very well. 1.Determines an environment that provides social, psychological and physical environment Supportive of learning. 2.Differentiates learners of varied learning Characteristics and needs. 3.Manages time, space and resources to provide an Environment conducive to learning. 4.Recognizes multi-cultural background of learners When providing learning opportunities. 5.Determines teaching approaches and techniques Appropriate to the learners. 6.Determines, understands, and accepts the learners Diverse background. 7.Relates the learner’s background to their perfor- mance in the classroom. 8.Reflects on the impact of home and family life to Learning. 9.Expounds on one’s understanding of the learning processes and the role of the teacher in facilitating these processes in their students. 10. Accepts personal accountability to learners’ achievement and performance. (Post-Assessment)
  • 36. 27 STUDENT-RATING COMPETENCY CHECKLIST Name: Course: BEED Year & Section: 4th year Direction: Check ( ) the appropriate column that best describes the FS Student’s current level of mastery of each listed competency. COMPETENCY Student cannot do this yet. Student is learning how to do this. Student can do this, but needs to learn more and improve. Student can do this very well. Identifies varied methods and strategies, instructional materials and assessment tools used in learning environment. Distinguishes general learning process as well as unique process of individual learners. Identifies teachers’ actions that demonstrate value for learning. Explain the importance of using varied learning experiences. States the significance of using instructional materials that provide meaningful learning.
  • 37. Describes the significance of using varied assessment tools in diverse situations. Obtains important information on the learning styles, multiple intelligences and needs of learners. Explain the importance of using varied learning experiences. States the significance of using instructional materials that provide meaningful learning. Determines and accept learners’ diverse background and experiences. Identifies and analyze the factors to be considered in the selection of learning experiences, instructional materials and assessment tools. Develops and utilizes creative and appropriate instructional planning. Shows proof of instructional planning. Uses appropriate assessment strategies to evaluate learning. Sets appropriate learning goals. Delivers accurate and updated content knowledge using appropriate strategies. Engages and sustain learners’ interest in the subject through the use of meaningful and relevant content. Selects, prepares, and utilizes instructional materials appropriate to the learners and to the learning objectives. Makes good use of allotted instructional time.