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My Field Study Experiences Submitted by: Meryl Joy S. Decripito BSED Filipino 4-B Submitted to: Prof. Geraldine Morano

Table of Contents I. Introduction II. FSS Biography III. Beliefs on Teaching and Learning IV. Certificate of Completion V. Compilation of Worksheets VI. Reflections on the Field Study Observed VII. Evidence of Learning VIII. Retrospection

I. Introduction Education is a life-long learning process, and in order to become more efficient and successful, techniques, tactics, and teaching styles must be improved. It is a period of trial and error, as well as the development of confidence and knowledge. Not the time for perfection, but the time for aiming for competence. However, while student teaching is a process in which a potential teacher proves to himself or herself and others that he or she has the resourcefulness to survive with educators, he or she must first understand the value of continuous learning, which may be the most effective tool in molding individuals into better and more competitive individuals. The student teaching chances to put educational theories and approaches into practice are the first important step in shifting from amateur status to earning competences that mark the actual professional. First and foremost, student teaching is a learning scenario. This is the practice before he or she needs to demonstrate his or her abilities in the classroom. This is the student teacher's chance to learn from his or her mistakes without endangering his or her students' health or safety. This is the time for the student teacher to obtain experience in a real-world teaching environment, as well as earn further experience that will serve as a certification in their career path. Teaching, as we all know, is a great job. It takes a long time to prepare and many training sessions to be prepared for the actual world that awaits them in the near future.

II. Biography September 19, 1999 at exactly 10:19 am when a healthy baby was born. And that baby is ME. My name is Meryl Joy Decripito. I was born in Muntinlupa City and I was raised by my parents in Biñan, Laguna. Being a first born daughter, I am so lucky because I have experienced an expensive life. I still remember when my Mama and Papa always bring me to the mall to go on a shopping. My little self is such a spoiled brat back then. From Daycare to Elementary, I didn’t have a permanent school. I am transferring schools since Daycare to Grade 5 and it wasn’t good for me because I can’t have a permanent friends. I am always adjusting to a new environment. I’ve started to go to school at the age of 4. I finished my Daycare at Canlalay Daycare Center. I remember that I was a shy girl and a cry baby that time. When I am at school, I didn’t want my Mama to leave because I am shy and afraid from other people. I don’t want my Mama to be out of my sight, so she always stays still outside our classroom so that I will not cry. Before I forgot to tell, I am a honor student when I was in Daycare, I maybe a cry baby but I am good at school. I studied my Kindergarten to Grade 1 at Doña Elementary School. I’ve been an honor student there too but for me, the school isn’t good because they can’t teach the students well because it’s overcrowded so my parents decided to transfer me in a private school. During my 2nd Grade, my parents transferred me in Holy Infant Jesus of Prague, a Catholic school. Another environment, so another adjustments that I’ve made. I've only stayed there until my 3rd grade because I’ve transferred again to another school.

During my 4th Grade, my parents decided to transfer me in Mary’s Child Learning Center because we moved to another house and I had to make adjustments again. I’ve gained many friends there, hoping that it’ll be my last school until I graduate but I was wrong. We decided to move here in Iloilo after I’ve finish my 4th grade. I continued my 5th grade at Santa Rita Elementary School and this is where I’ve finished my 6th grade too. I’ve finish my Junior High School and Senior High School at Don Felix Serra National High School and luckily, during my high school years, I’ve never been to another school so I don’t need to adjust again. Those 6 years in DFSNHS are the best 6 years of my life. I’ve experienced so much joy, I’ve experienced sadness, I’ve experience how it felt to have a crush, I’ve experienced to be in loved, how it felt to have a broken heart for the first time, and I’ve met my 2nd family during my high school days. Currently, I am now a 4th year College student at ISAT-U Miagao Campus, taking up Bachelor of Secondary Education, major in Filipino. In my wildest dreams, I’ve never imagine that I will be staying here in Iloilo for good. It seems like yesterday when I am crying because I really don’t want to study and stay here in Iloilo but time flies so fast, here I am now, in just a few months I will be graduating and finishing the course that I loved since I was young.

III. Beliefs on Teaching and Learning Beliefs are formed in every aspect of life. People use their beliefs that they have formed over the years to convey even the tiniest of opinions since the moment they begin to make judgments. Opinions, thoughts, beliefs, or judgments of this nature are based on personal experiences. A belief, according to Pehkonen and Pietilä (2003), is a subjective and experience- based form of knowledge. So, are those events what shape and trump a person's personality? When teachers and learners consider their beliefs, they are not only formed based on their personal experiences, but also based on their learning process, which includes what they see in their classroom. This provides them with a foundation to determine which approach would be the most appropriate to use in the classroom. It also has something to do with their personalities, traditions, and even culture. Beliefs of teachers and students are a fusion or blend of who they are and what they have learned at school or in any other way that is conceivable. Pre 1. It is critical for students to not only be able to understand the state- mandated subject, but also to be able to apply what they have learned. Students must become aware of their own comprehension and learn to critically evaluate the material they have been taught.

2. I would use group work, individual work, and classroom work in my classroom. I believe that these three methods are critical for students to grasp the same material in multiple contexts and to learn how to apply and learn it to their full potential. Students have diverse learning styles, and I believe that by working in numerous methods, the learning environment for those who can't learn in one way will be improved. Post 1. I anticipate a wide range of variety in the classroom, including sexuality, religion, race, and other factors. Because I am not a judgmental person, I am aware of what is rude or incorrect. Because diversity is all around us, I would set restrictions in my classroom and encourage students to tolerate it. 2. I am aware that the brain grows more or less at different ages, and that children's growth differs greatly. As teachers, they must tailor their instruction to each student's age and stage of development. The minds of younger children are rapidly developing and acquiring new words. As a result, at these ages, individuals must be taught to read and write. They also have shorter attention spans and are more energetic all day.

IV. Certificate of Completion

V. Compilations of Worksheets

Observation REPORT (Pictures of Board Displays) (Page 11)

My Board Display Lay-out (Page 14)

My Personal Illustration of an Effective School Environment (Page 20) An effective learning environment is one in which you are valued not for what you do, but for who you are as a person. In both circumstances, you will be received with open arms and curiosity if you are honest about your problems and victories. So you can go down routes you've never been before, courageous and bold, taking risks and challenging everything you've ever known. The diversity of persons in a healthy learning environment is important. Working with people from a variety of professional and personal backgrounds, ages, cultures, and nations, with a variety of skills, ideas, and perspectives, provides a unique opportunity to learn from and share knowledge. To grow and develop, you must work with people that are similar to you, yet mixing it up can lead to some incredible results.

SHOW Your Learning Artifacts (Page 28) My favorite theory of development is Erik Erikson’s theory of development because it’s a step by step procedure that will help me identify the learners’ situation in terms of studying and their own personality. Erikson maintained that personality develops in a predetermined order through eight stages of psychosocial development, from infancy to adulthood. During each stage, the person experiences a psychosocial crisis which could have a positive or negative outcome for personality development. For Erikson (1958, 1963), these crises are of a psychosocial nature because they involve psychological needs of the individual (i.e., psycho) conflicting with the needs of society (i.e., social). According to the theory, successful completion of each stage results in a healthy personality and the acquisition of basic virtues. Basic virtues are characteristic strengths which the ego can use to resolve subsequent crises. Failure to successfully complete a stage can result in a reduced ability to complete further stages and therefore a more unhealthy personality and sense of self. These stages, however, can be resolved successfully at a later time. Source:

REFLECT (Page 37) As I’ve attended on the online class of 10-STE (Science Technology and Engineering) students, I have noticed that some students are almost 30 minutes late from the said schedule of the class. There are 40 students in this section and only 20+ students have attended the class. Maybe some students lack in gadgets or internet connectivity. At first, they were hesitant to participate and answer the teacher’s question but as the class goes by, they’ve been more active and most of them are raising their hands virtually, through Google Meet. Because they are a STE students, each and every one of them is competitive, but in a healthy way. I’ve observed that they are having a healthy competition.


SHOW Your Learning Artifacts (Page 60) 1. School guidance programs, as well as students' attitudes and behavior, may be influenced by family and community participation. If educators, students, and families are effectively connected, school counseling and support services are stronger and better assist students. 2. H – Helps C – Continue O – Organize a O M – Meaningful M E – Environment M U S – Shows N C – Care and I H – Helps T O – Open Y O – Opportunities to L – Learners L I N K

SHOW Your Learning Artifacts (Page 109) Banghay Aralin sa Filipino I. Layunin 1. Natutukoy ang gamit ng mga pangatnig na magkatimbang at ‘di magkatimbang. 2. Nagagamit ang mga angkop na mga pangatnig sa pagbibigay ng sariling opinion/pananaw. 3. Nasusuri at naitatala ang mga pangatnig na magkatimbang at di magkatimbang na nabasasa isang talataan II. Paksang Aralin • Mga Pangatnig na nag-uugnay ng Magkatimbang at Di-magkatimbang na Yunit • Batayan: Panitikang Asyano 9, p. 125-127 • Kagamitan: Libro, Tulong pampaningin. III. Pamamaraan A.Panimulang Gawain • Panalangin • Pagbati • Pagtatala ng liban at ‘di liban sa klase • Pagbabalik-aral B. Panlinang na Gawain 1. Pagganyak 2. Paglalahad 3. Talakayan 4. Paglalapat 5. Paglalahat IV. Pagtataya Bumuo ng mga pangungusap na nagpapahayag ng iyong opinion o pananaw patungkol sa mgahalimbawang mga isyu, usapin o kilalang mga tao sa ating lipunan, gumamit ng mga pangatnig atsalungguhitan ang mga ito. Isulat sa isang buong papel. 1. Gyera sa Marawi. 2. Madugong Laban Kontra Droga 3. Pamumuno ni Pangulong Duterte sa Pilipinas V. Takdang Aralin Pag-aralang mabuti ang binigay na bahagi ng maikling kwento para sa maayos na talakayan para sasusunod na araw.

VI. Reflections on the Field Study Areas Observed The entire course focuses on learner development and environment, as well as the learning environment and psychological environment that may influence students' learning styles. In a physical and psychological setting that stimulates student and teacher interaction, a learning friendly physical environment may be the consequence. It had a substantial impact on the learning-teaching cycle. Every student is unique and stands out from the crowd. Teacher must respect and treat all students equally, taking into account their differences, in Learning Episode 1. It is the type of institution that I find most ideal to learn in because it encourages a physically healthy environment. Within the context of the learning environment, teachers would be more capable of supervising, inspiring, and engaging their pupils To learn in an environment that is conducive to learning, every kid must attend school. The reason for this is that doing so poses no threat to their health or safety. We all want to go to a school where we may learn with confidence as students. A good school environment, in my opinion, is one in which all kids benefit from the implementation of rules and regulations. A school administration that listens to student concerns and suggestions is what I desire. It will result in a positive environment in which both the school and the students will be able to build positive relationships. Similarly, I believe that a beautiful school atmosphere includes a school with appropriate and clean facilities for various courses and objectives. The futuristic mood that pushes me to enroll in such a course can be experienced by students like me this way. A healthy school environment, in my opinion, is one in which students' health, particularly mental health, is prioritized.

A pleasant educational setting is also beneficial to the environment. Using recyclable materials in various ways that benefit not only students but also the school and the environment means we must all investigate alternative methods to use recyclable materials. Clean cafeterias and canteens are also examples of this philosophy. Finally, a friendly school atmosphere is one that welcomes the community. Having a positive relationship with the community, church, government, and people is praiseworthy in a good school that supports it. The reason for this is that they've built up a strong enough reputation to earn the trust of the community. I am optimistic that this will happen, and that I will be able to attend the school of my choice. Keeping in mind the value of the educational environment is critical to success. Firstly, we are the first to determine whether the school is appropriate for learning. Remember that security is critical in order for children to feel at ease in the school, knowing that no one will hurt them while they continue to learn. Because we are the ones who lead the class, children will see us as role models, thus as future instructors, we should start with cleanliness and order. The physical assurance that the environment in which they are studying is distraction-free should comfort students that studying safely. Their focus may be diverted from their studies due to pollution or garbage. Access to clean, well-maintained facilities should be available to both the teacher and the student. Why? Because they will become obsolete if these facilities are not kept in good repair. Consequently, students may not be able to learn at the same level as before, resulting in a failure to meet the professors' requirements. Finally, because we are creating a deep and healthy teacher-student relationship, it is vital to meet students' needs, whether they are physical, psychological, or social. We must give the student the idea that we are equally at ease teaching them as we are learning with them.

VII. Evidence of Learning

VIII. Retrospection We get to see the world for ourselves through field studies and field activities. We discuss what we're going through with the others while we work as a group. We are personally experiencing the environment, interacting with it directly, participating in the activities at the site, working with the processes to be studied, and observing firsthand the learning that each new location can provide, rather than simply watching an image on a screen or listening to the experiences of others. I learned not only how to become the teacher I want to be, but also how to better myself as a student and improve my own learning during my time observing. Following my observations, I applied several amazing learning tools into my own education in order to further develop my own learning. I've improved my personal learning by managing the way I learn as a result of my fieldwork experience. It was interesting to witness the teacher alter her lessons to fit varied learning styles for her students throughout my fieldwork. Here's how I absorbed and digested material in my unique cognitive learning style. When I'm in the classroom, I've realized that simply reflecting on what I observe does not suffice. I must also understand and learn more deeply and meaningfully about the classroom, such as through connecting observations to theories and psychology research. Determining what is going on around me, rather than merely looking at what is on the surface, has also taught me to ponder more deeply. During my observation, I made a list of my observations. The children, teacher, and I sought to portray any thoughts or feelings we had by writing not only what was happening, but also why it was happening. I noticed that teachers bear a lot of responsibility and carry a lot of weight on their shoulders. Students, parents, lesson plans, common core, and upper management are all factors that must be balanced while maintaining a professional approach. Educators must also adhere to a strict code of ethics. In their interactions with students and colleagues, they must maintain professionalism, protect confidentiality, avoid prejudice or bias, create safe and positive learning environments, assist students with challenges, and give out discipline appropriately, among other things. Finally, I discovered that as a teacher, your education never ends. Teachers are constantly striving to better their own education and professional development, both for the sake of their pupils and for their own personal improvement.

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