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  • 1. St. Louise de Marillac College of Sorsogon Higher Education Department S. Y. 2011-2012 Submitted by: JUSHABETH G. GARCERA BSEd-III Submitted to: DR. BELEN DOMINGUIANO Instructor
  • 2. Exploring the CurriculumFIELD STUDY Episode 1LOOK DEEPER INTO THE CONCEPTS, NATURE AND PURPOSES OFTHE CURRICULUMName of FS Student Jushabeth G. Garcera________________________________Course BSEd (Bachelor of Secondary Education Year & Section III___Resource Teacher Mrs. Pamela Abecia_______ Signature ___________ Date ________Cooperating School St. Louise de Marillac College of Sorsogon (BED)___________ My Target At the end of this activity, I should be able to explain the concepts, nature and purposes of thecurriculum and how these are translated into the school community. My Performance (How I Will Be Rated)Field Study 4, Episode 1 – Look deeper into the concepts, nature and purposes of the curriculumFocused on: The concepts, nature and purposes of the curriculum and how these are translated into the school community EXEMPLARY SUPERIOR SATISFACTORY UNSATISFACTORY TASKS 4 3 2 1Observation/ All tasks were All or nearly all Nearly all tasks Fewer than half ofDocumentation: done with tasks were done were done with tasks were done; outstanding with high quality acceptable quality or most objectives quality; work met but with poor exceeds quality expectations 4 3 2 1My Analysis Analysis questions Analysis questions Analysis questions Analysis questions were answered were answered were not were not answered completely; in completely answered depth answers completely Grammar and thoroughly Clear connection spelling grounded on with theories Vaguely related to unsatisfactory theories the theories
  • 3. Exemplary Grammar and Grammar and grammar and spelling are spelling spelling superior acceptable 4 3 2 1My Reflection Reflection Reflection Reflection Reflection statements are statements are statements are statements are profound and clear, but not shallow; unclear and clear, supported clearly supported supported by shallow and are by experiences by experiences experiences from not supported by from the episode from the episode the episode experiences from the episode 4 3 2 1My Portfolio Portfolio is Portfolio is Portfolio is Portfolio has many complete, clear, complete, clear, incomplete; lacking well-organized well-organized supporting components; is and all supporting and most documentation is unorganized and documentation supporting organized but is unclear are located in documentation lacking sections clearly are available designated and/or in logical and clearly marked locations. 4 3 2 1Submission Before deadline On deadline A day after the Two days or more deadline after the deadline 4 3 2 1Over-all Score Rating: (Based on transmutation) ____________________________________ ___________________________ Signature of FS Teacher Date above Printed NameTransmutation of score to grade/ratingScore Grade Score Grade20 - 1.0 - 99 12-13 - 2.50 - 8118-19 - 1.25 - 96 11 - 2.75 - 7817 - 1.5 - 93 10 - 3.00 - 7516 - 1.75 - 90 8-9 - 3.5 - 7215 - 2.00 - 87 7-below - 5.00 - below14 - 2.25 - 84
  • 4. My Tools Accomplish the H Chart. Interview an administrator or a faculty member. Get their ides/views ofthe curriculum. Write the differences on both sides and the similarities at the center and then write yourpersonal insights. Traditional Progressive Curriculum Curriculum  Lack of instruct- > They are updated tional materials Similarities > Gives all the learner’s  Crowded classroom needs and interest  Lack of chairs,  Both of them > Introduces new strate- equipments/ teach the students gies in teaching facilities, and with their needs. > they are now globally books  Wants to competetive  The teachers don’t accomplish a > It has a total learning have enough experiences among the certain goal. knowledge on students/learners technologies for  Gives the students > Gives opportunities effective and a good process of to develop a high order meaningful teaching learning style. thinking skills  There are some > used modern instruct- obsolete ideas tional materials that are suited to the needs of the learners My Personal Insights Traditional curriculum is really far if we compared this to progressive curriculum. In progressive curriculum, there is a quality of education – the teachers are competitive and ready to compete to our globally competitive world. The students in progressive curriculum, and eager to learn unlike in traditional curriculum.
  • 5. My Enriching Activities If you are to design a curriculum for your own school, what are the things you need to consider?Accomplish the graphic organizer below. Strategies/ Methods to be used Best The support of instructional my personnel, materials for teachers and Things I Need to other staff of my teaching institution Do to Consider in Preparing My School’s Curriculum The learner’s The school’s needs and Vision, Mission interest and Core Values My Analysis 1. Why do we need to consider the traditional and progressive points of view of curriculum? So that we should transfer the traditional one to progressive. Nowadays, there is really a need to have a progressive curriculum because today’s generation is far different from that of the past. We must need to suit the needs of the time. Everything is changing yet it has a good outcome for everyone.
  • 6. 2. How do the different educational philosophies relate to the curriculum in theschools you visited? Cite examples/situations. Educational philosophies are related to the school I’ve beenobserved for they have a quality education. They are PAASCUaccredited. Aside from engaging to activities that enhance thelearning of the students, the teachers also mold them to be goodcitizens through Vincentian formation.3. Why is there a need to revise the curriculum from time to time? There is a need to revise the curriculum from time to time forus to suit the needs of time. We should go on with the flow of lifeand we should revise the it now because curriculum in the past is notanymore very effective or suited for today’s generation. My Reflections/ My Insights Language is dynamic as well as the curriculum. We have differentcurriculum in the past and in the present. We are now in a globallycompetitive world. A world that also needs competitive teachers andstudents. So, how will you become competitive if your curriculum istraditional? And if it doesn’t aware of the new learnings of today? Students now are fond of using computers. They will probablychoose going to the computer shop than going to school. As a teacher,what will you do? Don’t be a boring teacher! An effective way of solvingthis kind of phenomena is that the teachers must use technology inteaching. Make it as your partner in delivering a lesson so that thestudents will not get bored. Make a teaching-learning process lively andmeaningful.
  • 7. My Portfolio
  • 8. Exploring the CurriculumFIELD STUDY Episode 2WHAT’S THE CURRICULUM MADE OF?Name of FS Student Jushabeth G. Garcera________________________________Course BSEd (Bachelor of Secondary Education Year & Section III___Resource Teacher Mrs. Pamela Abecia_______ Signature ___________ Date ________Cooperating School St. Louise de Marillac College of Sorsogon (BED)___________ My Target At the end of this activity, I should be able to identify the components of the curriculum andcurricular approaches. My Performance (How I Will Be Rated)Field Study 4, Episode 2 – What’s the curriculum made of?Focused on: The components of the curriculum and curricular approaches. EXEMPLARY SUPERIOR SATISFACTORY UNSATISFACTORY TASKS 4 3 2 1Observation/ All tasks were All or nearly all Nearly all tasks Fewer than half ofDocumentation: done with tasks were done were done with tasks were done; outstanding with high quality acceptable quality or most objectives quality; work met but with poor exceeds quality expectations 4 3 2 1My Analysis Analysis questions Analysis questions Analysis questions Analysis questions were answered were answered were not were not answered completely; in completely answered depth answers completely Grammar and thoroughly Clear connection spelling grounded on with theories Vaguely related to unsatisfactory theories the theories Exemplary Grammar and grammar and spelling are Grammar and
  • 9. spelling superior spelling acceptable 4 3 2 1My Reflection Reflection Reflection Reflection Reflection statements are statements are statements are statements are profound and clear, but not shallow; unclear and clear, supported clearly supported supported by shallow and are by experiences by experiences experiences from not supported by from the episode from the episode the episode experiences from the episode 4 3 2 1My Portfolio Portfolio is Portfolio is Portfolio is Portfolio has many complete, clear, complete, clear, incomplete; lacking well-organized well-organized supporting components; is and all supporting and most documentation is unorganized and documentation supporting organized but is unclear are located in documentation lacking sections clearly are available designated and/or in logical and clearly marked locations. 4 3 2 1Submission Before deadline On deadline A day after the Two days or more deadline after the deadline 4 3 2 1Over-all Score Rating: (Based on transmutation) ____________________________________ ___________________________ Signature of FS Teacher Date above Printed NameTransmutation of score to grade/ratingScore Grade Score Grade20 - 1.0 - 99 12-13 - 2.50 - 8118-19 - 1.25 - 96 11 - 2.75 - 7817 - 1.5 - 93 10 - 3.00 - 7516 - 1.75 - 90 8-9 - 3.5 - 7215 - 2.00 - 87 7-below - 5.00 - below14 - 2.25 - 84
  • 10. My Map For this concept, go through the following steps. 2. Interview a school1. Visit a school and find out administrator/faculty abouthow they attain the aims of how they concretize their elementary, secondary and schools vision and goals into tertiary education. the curriculum. 3. Record the different 4. Interview one or two methods/startegies that theystudents and ask them their employed to attain their schools vision/mission. schools objectives.
  • 11. My Tools For this Episode, visit a school/university or get a copy of the school brochure. Copy theschool/university’s vision, mission and goals on this page. V I •The St. Louise de Marrillac College of Sorsogon of the St. Louise de S Marrilac Educational System of the Daughters of Charity is an audacious Christ-centered ministry commited to empowering I communitiesto learners into inner-directed Vincentian leaders and advocates of persons who are poor. O N •At St. Louise de Marrilac College of Sorsogon we commit M ourselves to: •Courageously pursue value innovative educational programs and I services rooted in Christ. S •Interdependently accelerate leadership and professional development through continuing education and intensive S Vincentian Formatin. •Synergistically facilitate the integral development of the learners I towards transformation through current researchers, relevant O currircular offerings and responsive community extension services. •Relentlessly generate a new breed of self-directed, global and N environmentally caring Vincentian leaders. •Ardently support one another in sustaining the shared mission. •CORE VALUES G •Advocacy for persons who are poor. •Respect for human dignity and integrity of creation. O •Compassionate Service. A •Co-responsibility. •Solidarity. L •Commitment to Excellence. S •Social Commitment. •Simplicity
  • 12. My Analysis1. How important is the school’s vision, mission and goals in designing the curriculum? It is important in designing the curriculum because it will serve as trademark ofthe school. These are what the school needs to accomplish. They have vision, missionand goals so that the school will be able to maintain their objectives and standards inschool.2. What methods and strategies were employed by the school community to realize these goals? The methods and strategies were employed is through activities that suited tothe vision, mission and goals of the school. The school community does their best justto make sure that the curriculum of their school should be effective to the students.And to achieve this, they will serve first as the model to the students. They are theone who will first apply the vision, mission and goals of the school in their day-to-daylives.3. How did the students manifest that they have internalized their vision, mission and goals? Through engaging themselves in the different activities that the school hasimplemented. If they follow the rules and regulations of the school that even thoughthey are outside of the school, or they are already graduated, still they did not forgetthe vision, mission and goals that they previous school had. And if the students stillapply these thing in real-life situation, not only inside the classroom or campus. My Reflections/ My Insights The school should have its vision, mission and goals so that the students have a rule to be followed. This helps the students to be morally upright. In this institution, there are lots of things that I’ve learned. This is the type of school that has a quality of education. As a student, there are lots of Do’s and Don’ts to be followed. And this made me become a better person.
  • 13. Exploring the CurriculumFIELD STUDY Episode 3WHAT’S NEW IN TEACHING AND LEARNING?Name of FS Student Jushabeth G. Garcera________________________________Course BSEd (Bachelor of Secondary Education Year & Section III___Resource Teacher Mrs. Pamela Abecia_______ Signature ___________ Date ________Cooperating School St. Louise de Marillac College of Sorsogon (BED)___________ My Target At the end of this activity, I should be able to discuss the teaching and learning process. My Performance (How I Will Be Rated)Field Study 4, Episode 3– What’s New In Teaching and Learning?Focused on: The teaching and learning process in curriculum. EXEMPLARY SUPERIOR SATISFACTORY UNSATISFACTORY TASKS 4 3 2 1Observation/ All tasks were All or nearly all Nearly all tasks Fewer than half ofDocumentation: done with tasks were done were done with tasks were done; outstanding with high quality acceptable quality or most objectives quality; work met but with poor exceeds quality expectations 4 3 2 1My Analysis Analysis questions Analysis questions Analysis questions Analysis questions were answered were answered were not were not answered completely; in completely answered depth answers completely Grammar and thoroughly Clear connection spelling grounded on with theories Vaguely related to unsatisfactory theories the theories Exemplary Grammar and grammar and spelling are Grammar and spelling superior spelling
  • 14. acceptable 4 3 2 1My Reflection Reflection Reflection Reflection Reflection statements are statements are statements are statements are profound and clear, but not shallow; unclear and clear, supported clearly supported supported by shallow and are by experiences by experiences experiences from not supported by from the episode from the episode the episode experiences from the episode 4 3 2 1My Portfolio Portfolio is Portfolio is Portfolio is Portfolio has many complete, clear, complete, clear, incomplete; lacking well-organized well-organized supporting components; is and all supporting and most documentation is unorganized and documentation supporting organized but is unclear are located in documentation lacking sections clearly are available designated and/or in logical and clearly marked locations. 4 3 2 1Submission Before deadline On deadline A day after the Two days or more deadline after the deadline 4 3 2 1Over-all Score Rating: (Based on transmutation) ____________________________________ ___________________________ Signature of FS Teacher Date above Printed NameTransmutation of score to grade/ratingScore Grade Score Grade20 - 1.0 - 99 12-13 - 2.50 - 8118-19 - 1.25 - 96 11 - 2.75 - 7817 - 1.5 - 93 10 - 3.00 - 7516 - 1.75 - 90 8-9 - 3.5 - 7215 - 2.00 - 87 7-below - 5.00 - below14 - 2.25 - 84
  • 15. My MapIn order to reach my target I should do the following steps using the given pyramid. 3. Write your insights on teaching and learning. 2. Observe a class. 1. Write your ideas on teaching and learning.
  • 16. My Tools For this episode, I will use the activity from given below.Interview a teacher. Ask if they perform these series of actions in the teaching process. • Includes decisions about: P •the needs of the learners L •the aschievable goals and objectives to meet the needs •the selection of the content to be taught A •the motivation to carry out the goals N •the strategies that are suited to carry out the goals/objectives •the evaluation process to measure learning outcomes. I M P L •requires the teacher to implement what has been planned. based on E the objectives, implementation means to put into action the different activities in order to achieve the goals through the subject M matter. E N T E V A •a match of the objectives with the learning outcomes will be made. L the kind of information should be determined so that the type of U evaluation should be chosen to fit the purpose. • it will answer the question if the plans and implementation has been A succesfully achieved. T E
  • 17. Observe a class, record the situations where these behavioral learning theories are applied in realclassroom work. Behavioral Learning Theories – emphasize observable behavior such as new skills, knowledge or attitudes which can be demonstrated. When the teacher gives activity such as research work, experimentations, demonstration of a certain thing and the like. This will help the teacher to examine the learner’s behavior for the certain activity. Cognitive Learning Theories – unobservable mental processes are used to learn and remember new information or acquire skills. This is seen during recitation, quizzes, exams, projects, etc. wherein, the teacher could be able to measure the learning capacity of an individual.
  • 18. Discovery Learning – individuallearns from his discovery of theenvironment. Learning by Doing. This is seen during the experimentation, thesis, research and the like. Wherein the students are able to explore and could get ideas out of what they saw in their surroundings/environment. Reception Learning – learners are actively involved in their own learning. We could say that it will be seen during performances like drama, role plays, poem, reciting, singing, etc. The learners are actively participating and learn a lot through mingling with others. If the activities are on their needs or their capacity to do such thing. And if it is based on their skills and abilities.
  • 19. My Analysis1. Explain why teaching and learning give life and meaning to the curriculum. Teaching and learning give life and meaning to the curriculum because this isthe process wherein the teacher and the students interact with each otherinterchangeably or vice versa. If there is an effective teaching-learning process, it’sreally a big help to the curriculum. It’s a big honor because each complements andsupplements each other. The value placed in teaching will reap the same value inlearning. Thus, a good curriculum can be judged by the kind if teaching and the qualityof learning derived from it.2. Discuss why the deluge of information poses a great challenge to both teaching and learning. The curriculum seems to be overloaded since it has too many subjects to cover,too many topics to be discuss. Sometimes, the curriculum is fragmented or is simplybowed. Unfortunately, the learner’s life is not compartmentalized. My Reflections/ My Insights I LIKE TEACHING BECAUSE... For me this is a very challenging and exiting profession of all. Teaching is the noblest of all profession. I like teaching because It molds the hearts, minds and hands of students. If you are really an effective and efficient teacher, you could touch your student’s lives. You will be their inspiration and they will never forget you for the rest of their lives.
  • 20. Exploring the CurriculumFIELD STUDY Episode 4LET’S CRAFT THE CURRICULUMName of FS Student Jushabeth G. Garcera________________________________Course BSEd (Bachelor of Secondary Education Year & Section III___Resource Teacher Mrs. Pamela Abecia_______ Signature ___________ Date ________Cooperating School St. Louise de Marillac College of Sorsogon (BED)___________ My Target At the end of this activity, I should be able to differentiate the different curriculum designmodels. My Performance (How I Will Be Rated)Field Study 4, Episode 4 – Let’s craft the curriculumFocused on: The different curriculum design models. EXEMPLARY SUPERIOR SATISFACTORY UNSATISFACTORY TASKS 4 3 2 1Observation/ All tasks were All or nearly all Nearly all tasks Fewer than half ofDocumentation: done with tasks were done were done with tasks were done; outstanding with high quality acceptable quality or most objectives quality; work met but with poor exceeds quality expectations 4 3 2 1My Analysis Analysis questions Analysis questions Analysis questions Analysis questions were answered were answered were not were not answered completely; in completely answered depth answers completely Grammar and thoroughly Clear connection spelling grounded on with theories Vaguely related to unsatisfactory theories the theories Exemplary Grammar and grammar and spelling are Grammar and spelling superior spelling
  • 21. acceptable 4 3 2 1My Reflection Reflection Reflection Reflection Reflection statements are statements are statements are statements are profound and clear, but not shallow; unclear and clear, supported clearly supported supported by shallow and are by experiences by experiences experiences from not supported by from the episode from the episode the episode experiences from the episode 4 3 2 1My Portfolio Portfolio is Portfolio is Portfolio is Portfolio has many complete, clear, complete, clear, incomplete; lacking well-organized well-organized supporting components; is and all supporting and most documentation is unorganized and documentation supporting organized but is unclear are located in documentation lacking sections clearly are available designated and/or in logical and clearly marked locations. 4 3 2 1Submission Before deadline On deadline A day after the Two days or more deadline after the deadline 4 3 2 1Over-all Score Rating: (Based on transmutation) ____________________________________ ___________________________ Signature of FS Teacher Date above Printed NameTransmutation of score to grade/ratingScore Grade Score Grade20 - 1.0 - 99 12-13 - 2.50 - 8118-19 - 1.25 - 96 11 - 2.75 - 7817 - 1.5 - 93 10 - 3.00 - 7516 - 1.75 - 90 8-9 - 3.5 - 7215 - 2.00 - 87 7-below - 5.00 - below14 - 2.25 - 84
  • 22. My MapTo reach my target, I should do these steps. Observe a class. 1 Identify the curriculum 2 design used by schools. Reflect and write my 3 insights/learning gained from the activities.
  • 23. My Analysis1. Examine the Basic Education Curriculum. What aspects do you want to modify. Why? I want t modify the English subject in Secondary Education Curriculum. Thiswas said that in English, this addresses the communicative needs of students byadopting a communicative, interactive, collaborative approach to learning as well asreflection and introspection with the aim in view of developing autonomous languagelearners aware of and able to cope with global trends.2. What curriculum models do you prefer? Why? I will choose Learner-Centered Design because among the progressiveeducational psychologists, the learner is the center of the educative process. Thisemphasis is very strong in the elementary level, however, more concern has been placedon the secondary and even the tertiary levels.
  • 24. My Reflections/ My Insights Subject – Centered Problem-Center Design Model Design Model This model focuses on the content of Draws on social problems, needs,the curriculum. interests, and abilities of the learners. Various problems are Correspondents mostly to given emphasis.the textbook, written for What do Ithe specific subject like Content cuts across best in these subject boundaries and must be based on the needs, curriculum concerns and abilities of the designs? students. Learner-Centered Design Model The learner is the center of the educative process. It focuses on the learners, their needs and the learnings that they should acquire from the teachers and from their activities and experiences as well. Exploring the CurriculumFIELD STUDY Episode 5 Learner-Centered Design Model
  • 25. WHAT’S THE BASIC OF THE CURRICULUM?Name of FS Student Jushabeth G. Garcera________________________________Course BSEd (Bachelor of Secondary Education Year & Section III___Resource Teacher Mrs. Pamela Abecia_______ Signature ___________ Date ________Cooperating School St. Louise de Marillac College of Sorsogon (BED)___________ My Target At the end of this activity, I should be able to cite the dimensions of curriculum design. My Performance (How I Will Be Rated)Field Study 4, Episode 5 – what’s the basic of the curriculum?Focused on: Cite the dimensions of curriculum design. EXEMPLARY SUPERIOR SATISFACTORY UNSATISFACTORY TASKS 4 3 2 1Observation/ All tasks were All or nearly all Nearly all tasks Fewer than half ofDocumentation: done with tasks were done were done with tasks were done; outstanding with high quality acceptable quality or most objectives quality; work met but with poor exceeds quality expectations 4 3 2 1My Analysis Analysis questions Analysis questions Analysis questions Analysis questions were answered were answered were not were not answered completely; in completely answered depth answers completely Grammar and thoroughly Clear connection spelling grounded on with theories Vaguely related to unsatisfactory theories the theories Exemplary Grammar and grammar and spelling are Grammar and spelling superior spelling acceptable 4 3 2 1My Reflection Reflection Reflection Reflection Reflection statements are statements are statements are statements are profound and clear, but not shallow; unclear and clear, supported clearly supported supported by shallow and are by experiences by experiences experiences from not supported by from the episode from the episode the episode experiences from the episode 4 3 2 1My Portfolio Portfolio is Portfolio is Portfolio is Portfolio has many
  • 26. complete, clear, complete, clear, incomplete; lacking well-organized well-organized supporting components; is and all supporting and most documentation is unorganized and documentation supporting organized but is unclear are located in documentation lacking sections clearly are available designated and/or in logical and clearly marked locations. 4 3 2 1Submission Before deadline On deadline A day after the Two days or more deadline after the deadline 4 3 2 1Over-all Score Rating: (Based on transmutation) ____________________________________ ___________________________ Signature of FS Teacher Date above Printed NameTransmutation of score to grade/ratingScore Grade Score Grade20 - 1.0 - 99 12-13 - 2.50 - 8118-19 - 1.25 - 96 11 - 2.75 - 7817 - 1.5 - 93 10 - 3.00 - 7516 - 1.75 - 90 8-9 - 3.5 - 7215 - 2.00 - 87 7-below - 5.00 - below14 - 2.25 - 84 My MapTo hit my target, I must do the following task.
  • 27. Identify the Give some dimensions situationExamine a of the samples ofcurriculum curriculum each design dimension My Tools Vertical repetition and recurring approaches of the content provideContinuity continuity.
  • 28. Examples of topics in a subject area where content is organized in a spiral fashion increasing in breadthand depth. For example in English, the topic is part of speech. So, to discuss all the partsof speech, you should organize fist the first part of speech to be discussed. Example,here are the sequence, discuss first the noun, followed by pronoun, next is verb,followed by adjective and so forth. My Analysis1. Why is there a need to articulate the lessons from grade school to high school? There is a need to articulate the lessons from grade school to high school thatthere is a connection between the lower level and the next level. So that if thestudents are entering high school, they will not be surprised because the lessons s stillrelated when they are in elementary. As a teacher, you should discuss the lesson fromstep by step, the lesson should be organized. The teacher must not jump into anothertopic without finishing the previous one.
  • 29. My Reflections/ My InsightsAs a teacher, I need to understand fully well the dimensions ofcurriculum design because… This is really needed when you are in the teachingprofession. This must be followed to avoid confusion in thepart of the students. The teacher should be aware of thesethings so that whenever/whatever schools she will beassigned, she had already had the knowledge about thedimensions of curriculum design. And in order for her toalso understand the curriculum she belongs, for her torespect the curriculum of the school that she presentlyteaching.
  • 30. Exploring the CurriculumFIELD STUDY Episode 6TELL ME YOUR FEATURESName of FS Student Jushabeth G. Garcera________________________________Course BSEd (Bachelor of Secondary Education Year & Section III___Resource Teacher Mrs. Pamela Abecia_______ Signature ___________ Date ________Cooperating School St. Louise de Marillac College of Sorsogon (BED)___________ My Target At the end of this activity, I should be able to enumerate the six (6) features of a curriculum. My Performance (How I Will Be Rated)Field Study 4, Episode 6 – Tell Me Your FeaturesFocused on: The six (6) features of a curriculum. EXEMPLARY SUPERIOR SATISFACTORY UNSATISFACTORY TASKS 4 3 2 1Observation/ All tasks were All or nearly all Nearly all tasks Fewer than half ofDocumentation: done with tasks were done were done with tasks were done; outstanding with high quality acceptable quality or most objectives quality; work met but with poor exceeds quality expectations 4 3 2 1My Analysis Analysis questions Analysis questions Analysis questions Analysis questions were answered were answered were not were not answered completely; in completely answered depth answers completely Grammar and thoroughly Clear connection spelling grounded on with theories Vaguely related to unsatisfactory theories the theories Exemplary Grammar and grammar and spelling are Grammar and spelling superior spelling acceptable
  • 31. 4 3 2 1My Reflection Reflection Reflection Reflection Reflection statements are statements are statements are statements are profound and clear, but not shallow; unclear and clear, supported clearly supported supported by shallow and are by experiences by experiences experiences from not supported by from the episode from the episode the episode experiences from the episode 4 3 2 1My Portfolio Portfolio is Portfolio is Portfolio is Portfolio has many complete, clear, complete, clear, incomplete; lacking well-organized well-organized supporting components; is and all supporting and most documentation is unorganized and documentation supporting organized but is unclear are located in documentation lacking sections clearly are available designated and/or in logical and clearly marked locations. 4 3 2 1Submission Before deadline On deadline A day after the Two days or more deadline after the deadline 4 3 2 1Over-all Score Rating: (Based on transmutation) ____________________________________ ___________________________ Signature of FS Teacher Date above Printed NameTransmutation of score to grade/ratingScore Grade Score Grade20 - 1.0 - 99 12-13 - 2.50 - 8118-19 - 1.25 - 96 11 - 2.75 - 7817 - 1.5 - 93 10 - 3.00 - 7516 - 1.75 - 90 8-9 - 3.5 - 7215 - 2.00 - 87 7-below - 5.00 - below14 - 2.25 - 84
  • 32. My MapTo get on task, I should know the answers to these questions. teaches? do teachers teach? do teachers teach? do teachers teach? much of the teachers? lessons were learned? do we teach?
  • 33. My ToolsInterview a teacher in the school you visited and inquire how they have utilized their parents as schoolpartners in education. I interviewed Mrs. Lea Gabad a teacher from Matnog National High School which I conducted an actual examination in her class as part of our requirements in Assessment of Learning 1 under Mr. Ruel Frago. According to her, parents are really important as one of the partners of the school in education because parents play a big part in education. At the beginning of the school year, during the Brigada Eskwela, parents are the person invited to help the school by means of cleaning in the entire school. All of the parents are helping each other for the good of the school and for the good of their children. They want to help the school because this is the second home of their children having teachers as a second parents.
  • 34. My Analysis1. As a future teacher, I need to know and understand the six (6) features of the curriculum because... These are really important for me to become an effective and efficient teacher someday. For me, to be able to know the things I should do for the good of my students, and to my curriculum as well. My Reflections/ My Insights Be a well-developed teacher! As a future teacher, this is a big challenge to me. Could I become an effective and efficient teacher someday? Could I effectively use my head, hearts and hands in helping my students to be better? According to Dr. Koo the teacher should use the 3H’s in teaching the students. Head—teaching lots of ideas to learning, by molding them academically; Hearts—helps them if they have a problem/s, be a compassionate teacher; and Hands—be helpful, be approachable, we should not help the students through financial aspects but we could help them through giving advices and support.
  • 35. Exploring the CurriculumFIELD STUDY Episode 7THE WH- OF THE CURRICULUMName of FS Student Jushabeth G. Garcera________________________________Course BSEd (Bachelor of Secondary Education Year & Section III___Resource Teacher Mrs. Pamela Abecia_______ Signature ___________ Date ________Cooperating School St. Louise de Marillac College of Sorsogon (BED)___________ My Target At the end of this activity, I should be able to identify the contribution of students in enhancingand assessing the curriculum. My Performance (How I Will Be Rated)Field Study 4, Episode 7 – The Wh- of the curriculumFocused on: The concepts, nature and purposes of the curriculum and how these are translated into theschool community. EXEMPLARY SUPERIOR SATISFACTORY UNSATISFACTORY TASKS 4 3 2 1Observation/ All tasks were All or nearly all Nearly all tasks Fewer than half ofDocumentation: done with tasks were done were done with tasks were done; outstanding with high quality acceptable quality or most objectives quality; work met but with poor exceeds quality expectations 4 3 2 1My Analysis Analysis questions Analysis questions Analysis questions Analysis questions were answered were answered were not were not answered completely; in completely answered depth answers completely Grammar and thoroughly Clear connection spelling grounded on with theories Vaguely related to unsatisfactory theories the theories Exemplary Grammar and grammar and spelling are Grammar and
  • 36. spelling superior spelling acceptable 4 3 2 1My Reflection Reflection Reflection Reflection Reflection statements are statements are statements are statements are profound and clear, but not shallow; unclear and clear, supported clearly supported supported by shallow and are by experiences by experiences experiences from not supported by from the episode from the episode the episode experiences from the episode 4 3 2 1My Portfolio Portfolio is Portfolio is Portfolio is Portfolio has many complete, clear, complete, clear, incomplete; lacking well-organized well-organized supporting components; is and all supporting and most documentation is unorganized and documentation supporting organized but is unclear are located in documentation lacking sections clearly are available designated and/or in logical and clearly marked locations. 4 3 2 1Submission Before deadline On deadline A day after the Two days or more deadline after the deadline 4 3 2 1Over-all Score Rating: (Based on transmutation) ____________________________________ ___________________________ Signature of FS Teacher Date above Printed NameTransmutation of score to grade/ratingScore Grade Score Grade20 - 1.0 - 99 12-13 - 2.50 - 8118-19 - 1.25 - 96 11 - 2.75 - 7817 - 1.5 - 93 10 - 3.00 - 7516 - 1.75 - 90 8-9 - 3.5 - 7215 - 2.00 - 87 7-below - 5.00 - below14 - 2.25 - 84
  • 37. My MapTo attain my target, I should do the following: 1. Identify the various implementations of the 2. State the role of curriculum. technology in 3. Explain the delivering the different ways of curriculum assessing the . curriculum. .
  • 38. My PortfolioWrite an acronym for curriculum assessment. A • ttainable S • pecific S • tudent-centered E • nvironmental-concerned S • tandardized S • yntactic correctnesss M • easurable E • valuative N • orm-reference T • ime bound
  • 39. My Tools1. explain ways on how to effectively implement the curriculum. Interview the schooladministrator/principal. Learner: by being a good follower of the rules of a curriculum. Parents: Faculty Menbers: by supporting by having unity to their children each other. to engage in teach the whatever children the Dos activities of and Donts. curriculum. Curriculum Implentation Community Administrators: Members: by making rules they are partners and regualtions of the school. that will help the They give also children to be support to the better personds. Other school. Stakeholders: help the curriculum to be more effective for the improvement of it.
  • 40. 2. Visit the Learning Resource Center of a school. Interview the media/learning resource staff. How doestechnology help in delivery the curriculum? Technology is a big help. It is the symbol of how the curriculum is progressive. If the schools have lots of technologies/ high-tech for a better teaching, this will entertain the students to stay in the school. Through technologies, it helps the students to acquire knowledge from them.3. Interview a faculty member or an administrator. Ask what criteria they use in evaluating their schoolcurriculum. I’ve asked one faculty member, she said that every year the administration give evaluation sheets and lets the students answer it. so that they will know if they will change some of strategies of a curriculum.
  • 41. Exploring the CurriculumFIELD STUDY Episode 8WHAT’S NEW IN THE CURRICULUM?Name of FS Student Jushabeth G. Garcera________________________________Course BSEd (Bachelor of Secondary Education Year & Section III___Resource Teacher Mrs. Pamela Abecia_______ Signature ___________ Date ________Cooperating School St. Louise de Marillac College of Sorsogon (BED)___________ My Target At the end of this activity, I should be able to discuss different curricular issues and concerns. My Performance (How I Will Be Rated)Field Study 4, Episode 8 – What’s New in the Curriculum?Focused on: Curricular issues and concerns EXEMPLARY SUPERIOR SATISFACTORY UNSATISFACTORY TASKS 4 3 2 1Observation/ All tasks were All or nearly all Nearly all tasks Fewer than half ofDocumentation: done with tasks were done were done with tasks were done; outstanding with high quality acceptable quality or most objectives quality; work met but with poor exceeds quality expectations 4 3 2 1My Analysis Analysis questions Analysis questions Analysis questions Analysis questions were answered were answered were not were not answered completely; in completely answered depth answers completely Grammar and thoroughly Clear connection spelling grounded on with theories Vaguely related to unsatisfactory theories the theories Exemplary Grammar and grammar and spelling are Grammar and spelling superior spelling acceptable
  • 42. 4 3 2 1My Reflection Reflection Reflection Reflection Reflection statements are statements are statements are statements are profound and clear, but not shallow; unclear and clear, supported clearly supported supported by shallow and are by experiences by experiences experiences from not supported by from the episode from the episode the episode experiences from the episode 4 3 2 1My Portfolio Portfolio is Portfolio is Portfolio is Portfolio has many complete, clear, complete, clear, incomplete; lacking well-organized well-organized supporting components; is and all supporting and most documentation is unorganized and documentation supporting organized but is unclear are located in documentation lacking sections clearly are available designated and/or in logical and clearly marked locations. 4 3 2 1Submission Before deadline On deadline A day after the Two days or more deadline after the deadline 4 3 2 1Over-all Score Rating: (Based on transmutation) ____________________________________ ___________________________ Signature of FS Teacher Date above Printed NameTransmutation of score to grade/ratingScore Grade Score Grade20 - 1.0 - 99 12-13 - 2.50 - 8118-19 - 1.25 - 96 11 - 2.75 - 7817 - 1.5 - 93 10 - 3.00 - 7516 - 1.75 - 90 8-9 - 3.5 - 7215 - 2.00 - 87 7-below - 5.00 - below14 - 2.25 - 84
  • 43. My MapTo attain my target, I should do the following: 3. Write insights/reflections on these innovations. • 2. Interview faculty members on the merits and demerits of these innovations. 1. Visit DepEd or interview school administrators on various curricular issues and concerns
  • 44. My Enriching Activities Select one innovation and complete the discussion web below. Interview Education students to get their ideas on curricular innovations. YES NO1) So far so good. I would be for 1) Not now, we need to solvebeneficial for those who would first our current educationalbe graduating to land a good problems beforejob. There will be a tech- Do we implementing the K + 12.vocational program Senior High reallySchool. need to innovate?2) Yes because it will be of great (K + 12)jobs help to youth who will lookfor in the future. My Conclusions Yes, we really need to innovate. To change for a better not for worst. We innovate to come up with which is something new, more pleasant, and to improve the quality of teaching here in our country.