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Views Total views. Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. Mary Grace M. Ofqueria 2. Through the experiences written, some latest innovations and strategies in teaching were shared their applicability will vary depending on whatever and whenever it will suit 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.
Step 4: Reflect on your experience. Step 3: List down the instructional materials used by the teacher in facilitating learning. Step 2: Observe the cofnitive, metacognitive and notivational processes in the classroom. Step 1: Observe at least three classes and describe the principles of teaching and learning used by the teacher. Willy Lee Ph. D Signature: Cooperating School: Sagay National High school SNHS Target At the end of this activity, you will be able to identify the principles in teaching-learning activities, manuals and other instructional materials used by the teacher in selected projects.
Way Learning how to apply the teaching principles in a classroom setting is something you aspire for. Initially, you would need to observe and describe how it is manifested in the real classroom. Experiencing the Teaching- Learning Process Episode 1 7. What principles in teaching-learning were commonly applied? Students are encouraged to share their experiences and insights in the class and they were also given a chance to do some group activity.
What instructional materials were used in teaching? The teacher uses both high tech materials and traditional instructional materials just like laptop, LCD projector, chalkboard and written visual aids in presenting his topic. The teacher also uses different strategies in order to accommodate the diversity of his students and made them understand the topic well and they will soon be able to relate it to the real life situation.
Which of the principles in teaching facilitate the cognitive, metacognitive and positive motivational processes of learning?
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Having clear expectation and continuous feedback activate learning as a teaching principle, students can achieve at higher levels when they have a clear image of what is expected from them. They were able to reach the high standard if they were given criteria for judging and they were able to improve their work if they were provided positive feedback so that they will be more motivated to bring it up to standard. Tools 8. The teacher uses various types of instructional materials during his discussion. Sometimes he use power point presentation, using laptop computer and LCD projector, he also use books, and the traditional chalk and blackboard, but I noticed that the usual instructional materials he use is the module.
These instructional materials teachers used, helps a lot on both the students and teachers part. All the teaching principles facilitate the cognitive, metacognitive and positive motivational of learning. The collaboration of all the teaching principles will facilitate these processes. So it is up to the facilitator on how he will going to relate every principles of teaching with one another, in order to facilitate all these learning processes. Learning is an innovative process which characterized by creation of new ideas or things. From this principle in teaching-learning the learners will focus to the discussion and through this the learners acquired new knowledge by participating and sharing ideas of what they have learned in the discussion.
This requires time and patience where in the learners will be given a chance to learn better. The teacher uses different instructional materials such as power point presentation, laptop, and visual aids. Through these different instructional materials the learners will be attentive and active in participating in the class discussion.
Learning takes place inside the learners and is activated by the learners himself. It depends on the learners to learn better inside the classroom. If the teacher is learner-centered, the students will positively learn during discussion because they are given a chance to share their ideas to others.
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Learning is a collaborative and cooperative process. It requires the perseverance and passion of the teacher to impart knowledge to his students and to make the transfer of learning positive. The student himself must cooperate to his teacher in order for them to achieve the learning goal. The teacher used various type of instruction during his discussion. He used a power point presentation using laptop and LCD projector to present his lesson. These will lessen the teachers work and the students will be able to understand the lesson being discussed by the teacher.
Learning takes place inside the learners and is activated by learners himself. Therefore, it depends on the perseverance and willingness of the learners to learn inside the classroom. Effective teacher and high-technology instructional materials will be very useless if the learners are not willing to learn. So learners must cooperate also in order to achieve positive learning outcome.
Learning is a collaborative process which requires the cooperation and participation of the learners to the teacher. The learners have their chance to share their knowledge and insights about their prior knowledge and skills in different task given to them. Therefore, learning and teaching are both painful processes. The teacher uses high technology materials such as computer, projector and power point presentation.
The teacher also uses variety of instructional strategies in order to encourage his learners to develop their deep understanding about their subject matter. With that principle of teaching, learners will be able to construct knowledge, acquire skills and develop disciplined thinking processes. As we conduct our classroom observation, we observed that the teacher used various principles in teaching that caters not only the intellectual but also the emotional aspect of the learners. We also observed that in every principle the teacher used, he relates it to the personal experiences of the students and to their multiple intelligences and individual differences, so that he will be able to catch their attention and interest, and at the same time he can give them educational needs.
As we foresee our future teaching career, those principles of learning and teaching will also be adapt. And for them to learn effectively, we must always consider their individual differences and multiple intelligences. And of course, learning is a collaborative process, so through the combine effort of the teacher and student, teaching-learning process will work effectively. Step 3: Conferwiththe teacherregardingobservableandsignificant events. Step 4: Reflectonyourexperiences. Step 1: Make a journal aboutthe taskperformedbythe teachersas theyteachtheirlessonnotingpatternsandvariety. Step 2: Recordand highlightobservable andsignificant eventsinsuch teaching-learningactivitiesandevents.
Way After observing the principles of teaching and learning in the classroomsetting, you will to start to journey through the methods, strategies, and approaches of teaching and learning by first observing actual classroomteaching. Experiencing the Teaching- Learning Process Episode 2 Description of Learning Activities: The teacher always uses question and answer activities. If the given answer is wrong he provided reinforcement and if the answer is correct he then give praises to that particular student.
I could sense that they are afraid that whatever they going to say will be wrong. But still their teacher never ceases in encouraging them to speak up. Cooperating Teacher I observed that he considers the multiple intelligences and different learning styles of the learners in every teaching strategy he uses.
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For example, today he uses power point presentation for those learners who understand better through perception and hearing, while tomorrow he lets his students to do some group activity like role playing for the benefits of those students who have bodily- kinesthetic intelligence. Description of Learning Activities: The same with the teaching strategies, the learning activities also varied. Some of the activities were done by the group, but there were also learning activities that were done individually.
The group activities were done effectively by the collaboration efforts of the group members with the guidance of their teacher, and the individual activities were done independently by the learners. Allof us can benefitfrom identifying and understanding our individuallearning styles. These students may be avid note takers in class, but not review them later; they remember things that were seen, done, or discussed.
They can learn to read and follow directions through the useof recipes, etc. Kinesthetic learners move, bounce, and travel around classrooms and homes. They are rarely still, but in their movements are always learning. These individuals will point while giving directions, or only be able to get to a particular place by taking you there. Making small adjustments in the lives and routines of these individuals will facilitate them in increasing their success athome and at school.
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