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FS 6

On Becoming A Teacher

FIELD STUDY
Episode 1

THE TEACHER AS A PERSON


Name of FS Student: John Renzo V. Revilla
Course: Bachelor of Secondary Education

Year & Section: Math 4-1

Resource Teacher: Mr. Dioscorro Lumogdang III & Ms. Ruby Alcala
Cooperating School: Bagbaguin National High School

Your Target
At the end of this episode, you will gain competence in clarifying your values
about teaching, and in articulating and demonstrating ones personal philosophy of
teaching. The end goal is to be a positive role model for students.

Your Map
For you to be an effective teacher in the future it is important to first start with an
awareness of your values about teaching and then write your mission statement or
philosophy that you will uphold with conviction.
To reach your target, do the following tasks:
Step 1: Interview 3-5 teachers about their beliefs on the
why, what and how of teaching.
Step 2: Analyze the values and philosophy about
teaching.
Step 3: Reflect about your own values and
about
Use the activity philosophy
form provided
for teaching.
you to document your interview.
Step 4: Express these values and
philosophy in your own mission
statement.

A Detailed Guide
Name of the School Observed: Bagbaguin National High School
School Address: Bagbaguin, Valenzuela city
Date of Visit: September 2016
Year Level: Grade 8 and grade 10
Subject Area: Mathematics

Read the following carefully before you begin to observe. Then write your
observation report on the provided space.
1. As you interview each teacher, ask each one to answer the three sentence
completion items below:
a. My goal/s for my pupils/students is/are
This statement reflects the teachers values/philosophy about WHY one
should teach.
b. What I really want to teach to my pupils/students is/are
This statement reflects the teachers values/philosophy about WHAT one
should teach.
c. I will teach my pupils/students by
This statement reflects the teachers values/philosophy about HOW one
should teach.
2. Use the sentence completion form on the next page when you interview the
teachers.
3. Fill out the Teachers Values and Philosophy Matrix to document the teachers
responses.
4. Analyze the teachers responses by identifying the values and philosophies they
reflect. You can use the book, The Teaching Profession (Bilbao, et.al, 2006) as a
guide.

TEACHER INTERVIEW FORM


I.

Teachers Name : Ms. Ruby Alcala


Subject Taught : Mathematics

Level : Grade 8

a. My goal/s for my pupils/students is/are

I believe each and every child has the potentials to bring something unique
and special to the world. I will help children to develop their potentials by
believing in them as capable individuals.

b. What I really want to teach to my pupils/students is/are

Every classroom presents a unique community of learners that varies not


only inabilities but also in learning styles. My role as a teacher is to give
children the tools with which to cultivate their own gardens of knowledge. To
accomplish this goal, I will teach each child so that all learners will be
capable and successful, I will present curriculum that involves the interests of
the children and make learning relevant to life.

c. I will teach my pupils/students by


_Showing them all the beauty they possess inside, give them a sense of

pride My classroom will be caring, safe and equitable environment where


each child can blossom and grow. I will allow children to become responsible
members of our classroom community by using strategies such as class
meetings, positive discipline, and democratic principles.
II.

Teachers Name : Mr. Dioscorro Lumogdang III


Subject Taught : _Mathematics

Level : Grade 10

a. My goal/s for my pupils/students is/are


I will assist children in discovering who they are, so they can express their

own opinion and nurture their own ideas. I have a vision of a world where
people learn to respect, accept, and embrace the differences between us as the
core of what makes life so fascinating.

b. What I really want to teach to my pupils/students is/are

I will incorporate themes, integrated units and projects, group work,


individual work, sports and cultural-oriented and hands-on learning in order
to make children active learners. Lately, I will tie learning into the world
community to help children become caring and active members of the
society.
c. I will teach my pupils/students by

In showing children how to become responsible for themselves as well as to


their learning, I am giving them the tools to become successful in life, to love
and believe in themselves.

Teachers Values and Philosophy Matrix


Teachers Responses

Teacher 1
a. Why teach

b. What teach

c. How teach

Teacher 2
a. Why teach

b. What teach

Your Analysis Values


Reflected

Concern and care for


the students for them to
become a productive
and successful
individual in the
society.
The complexities of
knowledge and the
incorporation of the
different learning
activities for the
students to perform
actually
Integration and
resourcefulness in
gathering tools and
relevant materials for
learning of the students.

For the student to


appreciate the
importance of
mathematics in
everyday life
The ability of student
to think critically.

Your Analysis
Philosophy Reflected
(Refer to pp. 6-10 of
Bilbao et.al, The
Teaching Profession)

Your Reflection
Your
comments/reactions
(Do you agree/disagree
with the views of the
teacher? Is it
similar/different from
your own view? Write
your statements here.

Progressivism

I am agree because they


care for her students.

Social Constructivism

I will agree for the teacher


in incorporated different
learning activities for the
students to perform better.

Progressivism

I will also agree on this


teacher for her being
resourcefulness.

Realism

I still agree though the


idea of our critic
teacher is different with
our own point of view.

Perennialism

I still agree though the


idea of our critic
teacher is different with
our own point of view.

c. How teach

The gives the


students a freedom to
choose on how they
will learn.

Progressivism

I agree because the idea


of our critic teacher has
similarity in our own
views.

Your Reflections
1. Which views do you agree with? Disagree with? Explain
I agree for the philosophy of the both teachers that to transform every individual to
a better persons of the next generations. They both believe on the importance of
the mathematics in everyday life. And letting the students learn for themselves and
transform theirselves into a better person.
2. This time, its your turn to answer the three sentence completion items.
a. My goal/s for my pupils/students is/are
As a future teacher, soon, my goals for my students are to transform them to be
responsible member of a society, to be a critical thinker and to just to be themselves.
b. What I really want to teach to my pupils/students is/are
Applications of all the learnings they have learned in real-life situation and to realized
them the purpose of all subject they have learned from the teacher.
c. I will teach my pupils/students by
Letting them how, what, and why to learn this subject matter.

3. What philosophy do you adhere to? Why?


The I want to adhere is progressivism stresses that students should test ideas by active
experimentation. Learning is rooted in the questions of learners that arise through
experiencing the world. I want the children to be the center of the learnings. We do not
have to force them to learn but rather let them learn in what they want to learn.

4. A mission statement is clear and concise expression of your beliefs, values and
philosophy. Write your own mission statement here, but you are free to make your
own format. Just K.I.S.S. it. Keep it Short and Simple, so that you can remember
it by heart. Most importantly, that you will live by it.

MY MISSION SATEMENT AS A FUTURE TEACHER


I aim to be a dedicated leader in the field of art education and in my own district. I value
leadership as one of the most important things in my career. In life, you have three choices, you
can watch things happen, wonder what just happened, or make things happen. I want to make
things happen and inspire others to reach their fullest potential. Each and every one of us has
special given talents. We know that strength areas are things that come easily for us, things we
do well, and things we enjoy doing. Leadership is one of mine. Without taking this passion and
using it, I am not using my talents to better my own life and the lives of others. As research,
schools, and student needs evolve, I continually commit to helping teachers get past mediocrity
and succeed in a way that best suits their talents and strengths.

Additional Enjoyable 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.
a. If you were a school tool (ruler, pencil, paper, etc.), what would you be?
Why?
Drawing: Color pencil

Why?
Beacause I want color the
dreams of all the students and I
want to be a part of the progression
of each of my students, I want to
help them build their own dreams.

b. If you were a subject (math, English, science, etc.) what would you be?
Why?

Drawing: Mathematics

Why?
I want my students use me as
the one of the source of the
learnings and help them to improve
their logical and critical thinking
ability. I want them to use it as a
tool in their progression and let
them realized the importance of the
teacher c.like mathematics in their
f
everyday life.

you were a school furniture (table, chair, blackboard, etc.) what would you
be? Why?
Drawing: Arm Chair

Why?
As their teacher, I want them
to know that I can be their friend
that can be their backrest when their
is a problem , I want them to know
that I will always be there and ready
to help them even their personal
problems

FS 6

On Becoming A Teacher

FIELD STUDY
Episode 2

THE TEACHER IN THE CLASSROOM


Name of FS Student: John Renzo V. Revilla
Course: Bachelor of Secondary Education

Year & Section: Math 4-1

Resource Teacher: Mr. Dioscorro Lumogdang III & Ms. Ruby Alcala
Cooperating School: Bagbaguin National High School

Your Target
At the end of this episode, you will gain competence in establishing routines and
procedures, to make the physical environment conducive to learning.

Your Map
Among the various roles of teacher is that of a classroom manager. For you to be
an effective teacher in the future it is important to have the necessary skills in having a
well-managed learning environment.
To reach your target, do the following tasks:
Step 1: Observe a class. Describe the supportive
measures that the teacher uses to manage the learning
Step 2: Analyze the effectiveness of the supportive
measures in the different classroom management
Step 3: Reflect on how you can achieved a
well-managed classroom.

Your Tools
Use the activity form provided for you to document your observations.
Read the following carefully before you begin to observe. Then write your
observation report on the provided surface.
An Observation Guide for Classroom Management
1. Observe the class at least twice. Focus on how the teacher manages the
classroom by using supportive measures in the following areas:
a. Organizational plan. Is the classroom structured or flexible? Is
instruction carried individually, by group? Or both?
b. Schedule. How are activities scheduled? Is time allotted properly for
each activity? What activities are planned as fillers?
c. Record Keeping. How is attendance monitored? Does the teacher have
record book? Do the students have individual portfolio to file actual
records of scored tests, assignments, artwork, etc.
d. Physical Environment. How is cleanliness maintained? Is there proper
ventilation? Lighting? Is the noise level appropriate? How are bulletin
boards and displays arranged? How is seating arranged? Is the seating
arrangement suited to learners? Do the classroom furniture match the
size of the students?
e. Discipline. How is discipline established? Is the approach to discipline
preventive? Describe?
f. Routines. How are routines established? What procedures are in place?
Describe these procedures.
2. Fill out the Classroom Management Matrix to document the salient points of
your observation.
3. Likewise, use the Classroom Management Matrix for your analysis.

OBSERVATION REPORT

Name of the School Observed: Bagbaguin National High School


School Address: Bagbaguin, Valenzuela City
Date of Visit: September 2016

I admire the way of the teachers manage the every class,


despite that the teacher handle different sections having different
attitude, changing their mood is not easy for them just to handle and
manage the students every day. Sometimes the teacher are laughing
with the students, and it is okay so that the learning of the students is
just having fun, and I found it really effective, but you dont have to
be funny all the times, so that the students will respect you as a
teacher. Their daily routine is effective but checking and giving
attention for the attendance of the students is a must so that you will
know who is really presents and absents every time in your class.

CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT MATRIX


Classroom Management

Observation

Your Analysis

Area

Description of the
Supportive Measures
Observed
It is very organized
and it happens by
group of the students.

Comments on the
Effectiveness of the
Supportive Measure
It is effective for each
member of the
students have their
own task.

2. Schedule

Each of activities does


have an allotted
schedule.

Some of activities are


lack of time to be
conducted.

3. Record Keeping

The teacher can


record every
performance task of
the students.
Attendance is not
recorded sometimes.
Some of the chairs
arrangements are not
really good. But it can
manage by the
teachers.
Sometimes the teacher
is anger if the student
is not following the
instructions of the
teachers.
Basically. A prayer,
Classroom inspections
and checking
attendance.

It is very effective in
recording every output
of the students.

1. Organizational
Plan

4. Physical
Environment

5. Discipline

6. Routines

The classroom is not


enough wide for the
number of the
students.
It is effective so that
the students follow
and listen carefully to
their teacher
instructions.
Well, It is effective to
manage their
classroom
environment.

Your Analysis
Recommendations
Make some new
strategies in
organizing plan.

Make sure the plan of


allotted time in every
activities is
appropriate.
Attendance of the
students every day is
very important not
only knowing the
number of presents
and absentees
Make some
arrangement that can
suit the classroom
environment.
Sometimes your make
your mood change not
only being funny to
them.
Make some routine
that is different from
the other routine.

Your Analysis
In what area of classroom management was the teacher most effective? Which of the
supportive measures were effective? Why?
In Discipline area, that the teacher varies their mood so that the student did not
read their teachers attitude, but in the teaching-learning process, the teacher always have
fun. In this strategy, the teacher can caught the attention of the students to focus on the
subject matter.

In what area of classroom management was the teacher least effective? Which of the
supportive measures were not effective? Why?
In record keeping of the individual attendance. The teacher is just asks for the
number of the student presents and absents not for every individual attendance that I
observed. The attendance of the students is very significant to know, because every lesson
is very important and every student must follow the everyday lessons.

Suggest more effective ways for your answer in number 2.


Just assigned a student secretary to record who is absent or late and tell his/her to
give the record right after the class so that you can monitor the attendance of the
individual.

Your Reflections
1. Describe at least 3-5 characteristics of a teacher who can establish a well-managed
classroom?
A teacher who can establish a well-managed classroom is very active in the
classroom, approachable and analytic observer. These three main characters I think is the
best that can establish a well-managed classroom.

2. What characteristics do you have at present that can make you an effective
classroom manager? Elaborate how these characteristics can help you?

A being approachable for the students so that they can open to their problems
regarding in the schools or the subject matter, being approachable can manage a
classroom by focusing on your rules and regulations inside the classroom.

3. What characteristics do you have at present that can hamper you from becoming
an effective classroom manager? How can you overcome these characteristics?

Being strict, I cant be an anger teacher so that they can follow you in your
instructions. But to overcome this I must be practice it and first impressions last, so I will
be strict at first.

FS 6

On Becoming A Teacher

FIELD STUDY
Episode 3

THE TEACHER AND THE COMMUNITY


Name of FS Student: John Renzo V. Revilla
Course: Bachelor of Secondary Education

Year & Section: Math 4-1

Resource Teacher: Mr. Dioscorro Lumogdang III & Ms. Ruby Alcala
Cooperating School: Bagbaguin National High School

Your Target
At the end of this episode, you will gain competence in identifying possible
linkages between the school and the community, particularly those that will help attain
circular goals.

Your Map
The teacher never lies in isolation. For you to be an effective teacher in the future
it is vital to forge genuine win-win relationship between the school and the community.
To reach your target, do the following tasks:
Step 1: Tour the community around your cooperating school
Step 2: Gather information about the issues/concerns/problems of the community
that affect the school and where the teacher and the students can help. Also,
gather information about the resources of the community.
Step 3: Analyze the possible linkages that the school and the community can
have.
Step 4: Reflect on the vital role of the teacher as a member of the community.

An Observation Guide for a Community Tour

Based on the guide on p.85 of the Teaching Profession (Bilbao, et.al,2006)


4. Schools Locality. Describes the schools location. Describe the
neighbouring areas, and the community. What historical landmarks do
you see? Are there monuments? Read the monument markers. This may
give you an idea about the history of the place. What government
institutions are found there? What non-government organizations are
present? What are the thrusts of this NGOs?
5. Issues/Concerns/Problems. Identify the issues/concerns/problems of
the community. How is the traffic condition? Pollution? How about the
peace and order and situation? Juvenile Delinquency? Security for
children? Political climate? Look into provision of basic needs, like
electricity, water, etc.
6. Resources of the Community. Locate the resources of the community
that the teachers and students can utilize, like parks, museums, library,
concert halls, movie house, shops, factories, industries, sports, and
recreational centers, health centers, etc. What instructional materials can
be obtained from the community?
7. Community Assistance/Service from the School. How does the school
serve the community? Do the school personnel serve as resource
persons? How does the school participate in town celebrations? How
does the school contribute to the value formation of the community?
What community projects is the school involved in?

COMMUNITY TOUR OBSERVATION REPORT


Name of the School Observed: Bagbaguin National High School
School Address: Bagbaguin, Valenzuela City
Date of Visit: September & October 2016

Locality of the School


Bagbaguin National High School is located at sitio Bisalao,
Bagbaguin Valenzuela city. It is near squatter area of barangay
Mapulang Lupa and subdivision of the same barangay. It was a hundred
meters away from the main road (Sitio Bisalao). BNHS is former
Dalandan National High School Annex.

Issues/Concerns/Problems of the Community


The problem of the school is the location of the school that is
near in the squatter area and the school is surrounded by many factories
that is sometime can cause an air pollution that may harm the students
of Bagbaguin National High School.

COMMUNITY TOUR OBSERVATION REPORT


Name of the School Observed: Bagbaguin National High School
School Address: Bagbaguin, Valenzuela City
Date of Visit: September & October 2016

Community Assistance/Service given by the School


The school is far from the malls, parks and some commercial
places because it is located somehow beside the factories and many
houses. It neighbors some private schools and day care. It is somehow
far away from the bookshops that maybe can help the students in
finding some knowledge resources. But there are some computer shops
near the school.

Community Resources
The school is somehow participated in the community program
like drills and some community disaster preparedness.

Your Analysis
Suggest new what ways by which the school can creatively use the resources of the
community.
As a teacher I will maximize the resources of the community for the students so
that sometimes they can apply their learnings outside the school, and let my students find
their ways just to learn using the resources in the community.

How can the school address the issues/concerns and problems of the community?
By telling the company head of the factories surrounded in the school that the air
coming from the factories can harm the students. So that the factories find their way how
to avoid that problem.

What possible linkages can the community and the school have?
In helping each other for the learnings of the students so that they can produce a
productive and responsible citizen of Bagbaguin Valenzuela. They help each other build
the next citizen and leaders of the community.

Your Reflections
1. 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 feel some regret for the school that is somehow near in the squatters area, but I
know that the school can transform those children living in the squatter area and studying
in Bagbaguin National High School.

2. As a future teacher, what do you think will be your role in the community?
My role in the community soon as a teacher is to be a children transformer not
only on what the subject matter I taught but also in their attitude inside and outside the
school. I can be a leader of those children and I will lead them through their dreams that
soon can be a leader of our and their community.

3. How you will encourage more community participation among teachers and
students?
I will encourage the community to participate in school-community activities in
the way that I will make them realize the importance of the activities in the progression of
every students and how it can help the community.

FS 6

On Becoming A Teacher

FIELD STUDY
Episode 4

THE GLOBAL TEACHER


Name of FS Student: John Renzo V. Revilla
Course: Bachelor of Secondary Education

Year & Section: Math 4-1

Resource Teacher: Mr. Dioscorro Lumogdang III & Ms. Ruby Alcala
Cooperating School: Bagbaguin National High School

Your Target
At the end of this episode, you will gain insights and describe the characteristics of
a global teacher.

Your Map
The high-speed advancement of technology has linked peoples of different nations
ever closer. We have all become part of the global village. An effective teacher, therefore
should also be global.
To reach your target, do the following tasks:
Step 1: Interview teachers about their ideas about the knowledge, skills and
Step 2: Analyze and synthesize their responses.
Step 3: Reflect on how you become a global teacher in the future.

Your Tools
THE
GLOBAL
TEACHER
MATRIX

Read the following carefully before you begin to interview.

1. Interview
3 or more teachers.
The three teachers
can
be any of the
Skills
Values
Other
Shared
Experiences
following:
Teacherteacher
1
a. A cooperating
b. A master teacher
Knowledge should ten Your skills should be You must be patience, You should be a
c. so
A that
teacher
wholoving
has experienced
a teacher
program in
times
beyond
the flexible
you can
teacher and
flexible exchange
teacher not
country
knowledge
of
the able to another
teach students
understanding.
only your knowledge
learners. Because to be globally.
but also your skills and
d. A teacher who studied in another country
a global teacher Could
e. A teacher who has taught in anotherattitude.
country
also be a competitive
f. A teacher awarded as Outstanding Teacher of your school or
teacher.
city
Teacher 2
g. A Metrobank Outstanding Teacher
Askshould
thembeabout
whatPassion
makesonayour
global
Specifically
ask about the
You should master your2. You
creative
job teacher.
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know how
subject matter. Mastery and
logical skills,
thinker, and
being
a teacher
to should
adjust have
in other
knowledge,
values
thatisa very
teacher
to be considered
of subject can make these are the skills you important
culture.
a global teacher.
you a global teacher, it will need to become a
3. Ask them about experiences and challenges they met and how they
is important to have a global teacher.
flexible knowledge in managed the situations.
order to teach other4. Use the Global Teacher Matrix to present your interview data and your
learners.
analysis and synthesis.
Knowledge

Teacher 3

Your knowledge is not


only on your subject
matter but also in other
subjects and how can
integrate it in real-life
situation.

You can able to share


your skills on other
learners.

You should know the


job of being a teacher
inside or outside the
school.

Explaining
the
application of your
topic is really essential
to be a global teacher.

Your Analysis
From the responses of the teachers, what conclusions can you make about the
knowledge that a global teacher should have?
As a global teacher you should master your subject matter and globally thinker as
well, you should be fluent in English language so that you can communicate
internationally, you should know their culture and the way how they learn. You should
also ready for how the subject matter taught in their places.

From the responses of the teachers, what conclusions can you make about the skills
that a global teacher should have?
You can be a global teacher if you master your subject matter, and you have the
ability or skills like logical thinking skills, creative skills. And your skill must enough for
teach those students.

From the responses of the teachers, what conclusions can you make about the values
that a global teacher should have.
You must be passionate in teaching diverse students, you should have a patience
because not all the students are the same on what you expected, you should be patience
on their behavior and different abilities.

Collect articles or readings about Global education the global teacher. Enrich your
answers in 1-3 with these readings. Place the additional learnings/insights you got
from your readings.

Your Reflections
1. Write a song about your insights as to the knowledge, skills, and values that
make up a global teacher. Make it to the tune of Its a Small World or
create your own tune too.
My
Global
Teacher
Song

Title of my song: To My Teacher

You brought me joys untold To fill my heart with moments of gold I would
have felt isolated and lonely If you had not been there I lack the words to let
you know How much you mean to me, But I will profusely thank God for
you Until the Eternity.

2. Make your own game plan about how you can work towards becoming a
global teacher. Write on the Future Global Teacher Life-line the things you
will work on to become a global teacher, starting NOW!

10 years from
now, I will
Be a doctor
Now, I will
in education
and
Pass all
thehelp
other
requirements people
of
to
become
a
Education
better
students
and
member
of
pass the LET

2 years from
now, I will
Teach students in
public school
and take a
masters degree.

5 years from
now, I will
Continue
study in
doctorate
and help
children to

GLOBAL TEACHER LIFE-LINE

3. Below is a clip-art essay on what a global teacher is. Examine each part of the
clip art essay. Think of a title for it. What message does it convey to you?
Write a reflection on this.

Title: GLOBAL TEACHER IS THE KEY TO MAKE THE WORLD BETTER


Its Message:

In order to make the world become better, globally competitive teacher is the key to
success. You can be the hope the hope of every learner not only here in the Philippines
but also in other country. Your knowledge, skills and values should be consider to be a
global teacher.

My Reflection:

Being a global teacher for me is just being passion and loving what you are doing,
because if you enjoy your job, you definitely success to make students better. Even
though you are not a master or doctor you can be a global teacher, just love what you are
doing and teach students ethically.

FS 6
FIELD STUDY
Episode 4

On Becoming A Teacher

THE GLOBAL TEACHER


Name of FS Student: John Renzo V. Revilla
Course: Bachelor of Secondary Education

Year & Section: Math 4-1

Resource Teacher: Mr. Dioscorro Lumogdang III & Ms. Ruby Alcala
Cooperating School: Bagbaguin National High School

Your Target
At the end of this episode, you will gain insights and describe the characteristics of
a global teacher.

Your Map
The high-speed advancement of technology has linked peoples of different nations
ever closer. We have all become part of the global village. An effective teacher, therefore
should also be global.
To reach your target, do the following tasks:
Step 1: Interview teachers about their ideas about the knowledge, skills and
Step 2: Analyze and synthesize their responses.
Step 3: Reflect on how you become a global teacher in the future.

Your Tools
THE
GLOBAL
TEACHER
MATRIX

Read the following carefully before you begin to interview.

5. Interview
3 or more teachers.
The three teachers
can
be any of the
Skills
Values
Other
Shared
Experiences
following:
Teacherteacher
1
a. A cooperating
b. A master teacher
Knowledge should ten Your skills should be You must be patience, You should be a
c. so
A that
teacher
wholoving
has experienced
a teacher
program in
times
beyond
the flexible
you can
teacher and
flexible exchange
teacher not
country
knowledge
of
the able to another
teach students
understanding.
only your knowledge
learners. Because to be globally.
but also your skills and
d. A teacher who studied in another country
a global teacher Could
e. A teacher who has taught in anotherattitude.
country
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7. Ask them about experiences and challenges they met and how they
is important to have a global teacher.
flexible knowledge in managed the situations.
order to teach other8. Use the Global Teacher Matrix to present your interview data and your
learners.
analysis and synthesis.
Knowledge

Teacher 3

Your knowledge is not


only on your subject
matter but also in other
subjects and how can
integrate it in real-life
situation.

You can able to share


your skills on other
learners.

You should know the


job of being a teacher
inside or outside the
school.

Explaining
the
application of your
topic is really essential
to be a global teacher.

Your Analysis
From the responses of the teachers, what conclusions can you make about the
knowledge that a global teacher should have?
As a global teacher you should master your subject matter and globally thinker as
well, you should be fluent in English language so that you can communicate
internationally, you should know their culture and the way how they learn. You should
also ready for how the subject matter taught in their places.

From the responses of the teachers, what conclusions can you make about the skills
that a global teacher should have?
You can be a global teacher if you master your subject matter, and you have the
ability or skills like logical thinking skills, creative skills. And your skill must enough for
teach those students.

From the responses of the teachers, what conclusions can you make about the values
that a global teacher should have.
You must be passionate in teaching diverse students, you should have a patience
because not all the students are the same on what you expected, you should be patience
on their behavior and different abilities.

Collect articles or readings about Global education the global teacher. Enrich your
answers in 1-3 with these readings. Place the additional learnings/insights you got
from your readings.

Your Reflections
1. Write a song about your insights as to the knowledge, skills, and values that
make up a global teacher. Make it to the tune of Its a Small World or
create your own tune too.
My
Global
Teacher
Song

Title of my song: To My Teacher

You brought me joys untold To fill my heart with moments of gold I would
have felt isolated and lonely If you had not been there I lack the words to let
you know How much you mean to me, But I will profusely thank God for
you Until the Eternity.

2. Make your own game plan about how you can work towards becoming a
global teacher. Write on the Future Global Teacher Life-line the things you
will work on to become a global teacher, starting NOW!

10 years from
now, I will
Be a doctor
Now, I will
in education
and
Pass all
thehelp
other
requirements people
of
to
become
a
Education
better
students
and
member
of
pass the LET

2 years from
now, I will
Teach students in
public school
and take a
masters degree.

5 years from
now, I will
Continue
study in
doctorate
and help
children to

GLOBAL TEACHER LIFE-LINE

3. Below is a clip-art essay on what a global teacher is. Examine each part of the
clip art essay. Think of a title for it. What message does it convey to you?
Write a reflection on this.

Title: GLOBAL TEACHER IS THE KEY TO MAKE THE WORLD BETTER


Its Message:

In order to make the world become better, globally competitive teacher is the key to
success. You can be the hope the hope of every learner not only here in the Philippines
but also in other country. Your knowledge, skills and values should be consider to be a
global teacher.

My Reflection:

Being a global teacher for me is just being passion and loving what you are doing,
because if you enjoy your job, you definitely success to make students better. Even
though you are not a master or doctor you can be a global teacher, just love what you are
doing and teach students ethically.