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Wednesday, April 20, 2011

EDUC 107 Course Reports and Groupings (REVISED)

EDUC 107 Principles and Methods of Teaching
The course introduces prospective teachers to the nature of teaching. It deals specifically with the principles of effective instruction and the concomitant processes involves, instructional planning and demonstration teaching.
Course Outline, Activities and Groupings: [ Click the link below to view to details]

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

EDUC 107 Learning Activities (Individual and Group) Due April 25, 2011

ASSIGNMENT: Due April 25, 2011
Guided Questions:
1. Can there be learning without feelings or emotions involved?
2. How different is Gardner's MI Theory from the traditional concept of intelligence?
3. What are the nine intelligences according to Gardner?
4. Based on two different ways of perceiving the world and judging our perceptions of the world, what are the 4 learning styles given by silver?
5. Distinguish among the four learning styles

EDUC 107 Module 1 lesson 3 principles of teaching

Please read and down load topics regarding the Module 1 Lesson 3 topic dated April 19,2011. The link document also posted your Second Group Activity. Click the link below for more details. For your inquiries you can post it through the COMMENT section of this post. Please be guided accordingly.

EDUC 107 MODULE 1 LESSON 3 Principles of Teaching and Learning - Principle is a comprehensive law or doctrine from which  accepted or professed rule of action or conduct is derived. Principles are guides to make teaching and learning effective, wholesome and meaningful. They are fundamental basis of conduct or operation from which one proceeds from one situation to another.


“Before the rooster crows, you will disown me three times.” – John 13:38
I can predict your future without using a crystal ball, a tarot card, reading your palm or by looking into your eyes.
I can see what your future holds just by listening to your words.
When you wake up in the morning and say, “Oh no, this will be a very hard and long day.” I am 100 percent sure you will experience what you said. Even if there are instances of ease that day, you will still end it believing that it was a hard and long day.

EDUC 106 Lesson 3 Curriculum Development in the Philippines


-Filipino possessed a culture of their own.
-They did not have an organized system of education as we have now.
-This informal education was the learning which the early Filipino received as a result of his interaction with others in the group of which he was a member.

Monday, April 18, 2011

EDUC 106 Curriculum Dev Module 1

LESSON 1: Concepts, Nature and Purposes of Curriculum
DATE: April 15, 2011
GUIDE QUESTION 1: Differentiate the Traditional from Modern Concept of Curriculum
The Concept of Curriculum is a dynamic as the changes that occur in the society. Curriculum is also viewed merely as listing of subjects taught in school. Some define it as a total learning experiences of individuals not only in schools but in society as well.
There are many definitions of curriculum. That is why curriculum is sometimes characterized as fragmentary, elusive and confusing. The numerous definition of curriculum indicates dynamism, it has diverse interpretations of what curriculum is all about. Bilbao describe curriculum definitions as influenced by modes of thoughts, pedagogies, political as well as cultural experience.

EDUC 107 Lesson 2: The Learner

The Elements of Teaching & Learning 

The Learner

Ø  Considered as the most important variable in the school system. He is an embodied spirit, a union of conscious body and a rational soul. His soul is the principle of spiritual acts, the sources of intellectual abstraction, self-reflection and free rational volition.
Ø  He is equipped with cognitive as well as appetitive faculties. His cognitive faculties includes his five senses, instinct, imagination, memory and intellect. By the power of imagination, the learner is able to form representations of material objects. Power of memory he is able to retain, recall and recognize past mental acts. By his intellect, s/he can form concepts of ideas, makes judgment and reason out. By his feelings and emotion, s/he experiences the pleasantness or unplea-santness, the satisfactoriness or unsatisfactoriness, the pain and joy of an object.

Sunday, April 17, 2011

EDUC 107 Lesson 1 : Professional Ethics and the Teacher

Source: Zulueta, F. (2006), Principles and Methods of Teaching, National Book Store Publishing, Mandaluyong, Metro Manila, Philippines

Professional Ethics embraces a series of statement or criteria which govern the conduct of the member of a particular profession. The objective and intention is to attain the highest possible good for all its members so that they may enjoy happiness, camaraderie and security in their chose occupation.
Since Teaching is a Profession it is necessary for teachers to be govern with ethical standards which covers his relationship with the state, puils/students, his associates, school administrators, staff, the parents and the general public.