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jay ABSTRACT

TITLE:

PERSRONAL AND PROFESSIONAL QUALITIES OF THE


TEACHERS IN UNIVERSIDAD de STA. ISABEL (USI)

RESEARCHERS: GROUP 3 SLP-B


SCHOOL: Bicol State College of Applied Sciences and Technology
KEYWORDS: Personality and Professional Qualities of the teachers, level
of Perception of the students, Teachers Performance

The central focus of the study was to determine the personal and professional
qualities of the teachers.
Specifically, it sought to answer the following questions:
1. What is the demographic profile of the respondents in terms of:
1.1

Age

1.2.

Sex

1.3

Field of Discipline undertaken

2. What is the level of perception of the students about the teachers in terms
of:
2.1. Personal Qualities
2.2. Professional Qualities
a. Commitment
b. Knowledge of the Subject
c. Teaching Strategies and Methodologies, and

d. Management of Learning
3. What are the levels of performance of their teachers based on the
students evaluation?
This study used descriptive method of research which utilized convenience or
accidental sampling and Quota sampling, with the data obtained from students of
Universidad de Sta. Isabel.
An essential characteristic of the teachers profession is the constant process
of self- improvement, which is impossible without existence of a specific personal
position and criteria of pedagogy. One of the trends for self-improvement is his
personal and professional qualities. They are important because of their specific
role- as a means of influence on the trained students in the educational process.
Self-evaluation of the level of their growth is a regulator for the teachers conduct
and activity because it determines the genuine orientation for the level of his
qualities, the satisfaction or dissatisfaction.
To conclude, to be an effective teacher is not an easy task. In fact, it is a
complex process. It is not only concerned with success in short-term, but also with
appropriate values and success of long term achievement. Effective teachers need
to have good professional and personal skills. Content knowledge, together with
good planning, clear goals and communication, good classroom management and
organization, and consistently high and realistic expectations with the students are
essential factors to be effective teachers. Besides, they need to feel responsible for
the students learning process, regardless the students aptitude to learn. The
teachers, as well as having effective personal and professional skills, serve as
example of lifelong learners, and are investors of their own education.

Moreover, the effective teacher will combine professionalism with care,


understanding,

fairness,

and

kindness.

They

also

have

to

be

passionate,

enthusiastic, motivated about teaching and learning. They have to create a warm
classroom environment where students feel comfortable, and have a sense of
belonging, as the environment is conductive to learn. Effective teachers are
innovative, invite students to approach and interactions, and also values diversity.
To finalize, it can be said that those who have the capacity to inspire students to
reach their fullest potential on learning through their qualities and professional and
personal skills are effective teachers.

QUESTIONAIRRE FOR THE RESPONDENTS

Instruction. Kindly answer the following questions.


I.

Profile of the Respondents

(Please fill up the necessary information in the questionnaire)


Name: (optional)______________________________ Gender:________

Age
17-20
21- Above
Field of discipline
Sciences
Mathematics
Education

II.

Computer
Arts and Sciences
Management

Perception of the Respondents

Please indicate your perceptions of these indicators using the values below and
check on the space provided.
In using the criteria, the scale of 1 to 5 is used with 5 as the highest. The
equivalents are as follows:
5 - Strongly agree
4 - Agree
3 - Uncertain
2 - Disagree
1 - Strongly Disagree

A. PERSONAL QUALITIES
1. Commands respect by example in appearance,
manner, behavior and language
2. Communicates effectively with students and
demonstrate appropriate interactive skills
3. Approachable, cheerful
4. Engages and sustain students interest
5. Teacher should come to class on time, well groomed
(Punctuality, neatness

A. PROFESSIONAL QUALITIES
Commitment
1. Teacher should always demonstrate sensitivity to
the students ability to attend and absorb content
information
2. Teacher must be sensitive to his/her learning
objectives
3. Teacher must make self-available to students
beyond official time
4. Teacher must maintain professional competency
5. Teacher must always keep precise record of students
performance and prompt submission of the same
Knowledge Of The Subject
1. Shows mastery of the subject matter
2. Teacher should draw and share information of the
state of the art theory and practice in his/her
discipline must be sensitive to his/her learning
objectives
3. Integrates subject to practical circumstances and
learning interest/purposes of students.
4. Teacher should explain the relevance of present
topics to the previous lessons, and relates the
subject matter to relevant current issues and /or
daily life activities.
5. Teacher should demonstrate up- to date knowledge
and/ or awareness on current trends and issues of
the subject.
Teaching Strategies and Methodologies
1. Teacher should create teaching strategies that allow
students to practice using concepts they need to
understands( interactive discussion)
2. Teacher Should enhance student self-esteem and/or
gives the recognition to students
performance/potentials
3. Teachers should allow students to create their own
course with objectives and realistically define
student- professor rules and make them accountable
for their performance.
4. Teachers should allow students to think
independently and make their own decisions and
holding them accountable for their performance
based largely on their success in executing
decisions.
5. Teacher should encourage students to learn beyond
what is required and help/guide students how to
apply the concepts learned.
Management Of Learning
1. Teacher should create opportunities for intensive
and/or contribution of students in the class
activities.
2. Teacher should assume roles as facilitator, resource
person, coach, referee in drawing students to
contribute to knowledge and understanding of the
concepts at hands.
3. Teachers should design and implement learning

Directions: Please indicate your perception of the indicators using the value below
and put a check the space provided
5- Outstanding
4- Very Satisfactory
3- Satisfactory
2- Fair
1- Poor
TEACHER PERFORMANCE
1. Perform the principles of instructional materials
preparation for different types of learners.
2. Perform different teaching methods, approaches and
strategies
3. Apply social realities in the community to make
learning relevant
4. Exhibit vividness and clarity in delivering the lesson
5. Demonstrates the subject matter accurately
6. Make the room comfortable for the students
7. Explain the topic in accordance for student level
8. Know the different characteristics of students
9. Value every students concrete performance (e.g.
project)
10.Apply knowledge on social learning in dealing with
students

THANK YOU FOR COOPERATION.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
The completion of this study has required a lot of effort on the part of the
researchers. With the hard work, cooperation and financial assistance, they were
able to come up with this study. Though, this would not be possible without the help
of other people.
The researchers would like to acknowledge the contributions of the following:
To DR. GERONIMA VALENCIANO. who allowed and helped the researchers
to conduct this study.
To the students of Universidad de Sta. Isabel (USI) who served as the
respondents of the study. For it was with their participation that the researchers
were able to gather needed information and finished the study with the best results.
Also, for the time theyve spent despite of their schedule in sharing their honest
answers in the questionnaires.
And most of all to God Almighty, for the inspiration and enlightenment that
guided the researchers from the beginning until the completion of this study. This
researcher work was made possible through His honor and glory.

The Researchers

BICOL STATE COLLEGE OF APPLIED SCIENCES AND


TECHNOLOGY
CITY OF NAGA

PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL QUALITY OF THE TEACHERS IN


UNIVERSIDAD DE STA. ISABEL

This study is a
Partial Fulfillment in EDUC 12S-The Teaching Profession

Submitted by:

BAISA, EDWIN C.
BORJA, ANTENOR A. II
CADACIO, JULEUS CESAR M.
LARA, RHEA PRINCESS M.
LAURELES, KATHLYNE LEE P.
LOZANO, HONEY HARRIET S.
PABICO, REYNANTE B.

Submitted to:
DR. GERONIMA VALENCIANO

March 2015
TABLE OF CONTENTS

TITLE PAGE

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

ABSTRACT

LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES

Chapter

I.

INRODUCTION

Statement of the Problem


5
Scope and Delimitation
6
Significance of the Study
7

II.

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE


8
Related Literature
8
Related Studies

25

Definition of Terms

III.

30

RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY


32
Research Design
32
Population and Sampling
32
Instrumentation

33

Data Gathering Procedure


33
Statistical Statement

35

IV.

ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA

37

V.

SUMMARY, CONCLUSIONS, AND RECOMMNEDATIONS


49

BIBLIOGRAPHY

APPENDICES

CURRICULUM VITAE

53

LIST OF TABLES

TABLE

DESCRIPTION

PAGE

Demographic Profile of the Respondents

Perception of the Respondents according to the Personal Quality


of their teacher
40
Perception of Respondents according to Professional Quality
based on Commitment of their Teacher
41

3A
3B

37

Perception of Respondent According to Professional Quality


Based on knowledge of the subject of their Teacher

42

3C

Perception of Respondent According to Professional Quality


Based on Teaching Strategies and Methodologies of their Teacher
44

3D

Perception of Respondent According to Professional Quality


Based on Management of Learning of their Teacher

45

Perception of the Respondents of Their Teachers Performance

46

3E

LIST OF FIGURE

FIGURE
1

DESCRIPTION

PAGE

Conceptual Paradigm

APPENDICES

29

CURRICULUM
VITAE

The respondents seriously answeriring


the questions at the Guidance office of
Universidad de Sta. Isabel (USI)