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Teaching and the Teaching Profession
Transcript of Teaching and the Teaching Profession
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The Concepts of Teaching and the Teaching Profession
prepared by: Yu, Melvin Oreo
WHY BE A TEACHER?
give determine to your success or failure in the classroom.
has its own rewards except money.
because teaching is fun.
is not just a job, it is more than a job. It is a
to carry out.
"A teacher affects eternity; no one knows where his influence stops."
For us to have that
, never stop
. Never stop learning. This is how we can keep that
burning. When our enthusiasm for the subject and our teaching dies, we
teacher also dies
EDUCATION ACT OF 1982
One of the right of the students in school is...
"the right to receive, primarily through competent instruction, relevant quality of education in line with national goals and conducive to their full development as persons with human dignity."
The same law provides that...
"every teacher shall be accountable for the efficient and effective attainment of specified learning objectives in pursuance of national development goals within the limits of available school resources."
Meaning of Principle
: ‘princeps”, which means the beginning or the end of all things
: fundamental laws
Principle of Teaching refers to the psychological laws of learning, educational concepts, and the rules of practice upon which all educational procedures are formed.
Principles are the chief guides to make teaching and learning effective and productive.
According to Gage, "Teaching is a form of interpersonal influence aimed at changing the behavior potential of another person."
Edmund Amidon defined it as-" Teaching is an interactive process, primarily involving class room talk which takes place between teacher and pupil and occurs during certain definable activity."
Brubacher," Teaching is an arrangement and manipulation of a situation in which an individual will seek to overcome and from which he will learn in the course of doing so."
Skinner- Teaching is the arrangement of contingencies of reinforcement."
Ryans- "Teaching is concerned with the activities which are concerned with the guidance or direction of the learning of others."
How do you view teaching?
We, future teachers, have the power to influence our pupils and we can make or break their future.
HOW PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING DERIVED?
Principles of teaching are formulated from carefully observe facts or objectively measured results which are common to a series of similar experiences.
1. through the pooling of the opinions of experts;
2. Through comparative studies of the teaching performance of capable or inferior teachers;
3. through experimental studies of teaching & learning in the classroom;
4. from the results of the experiments which are the universal methods of deducing principles; and
5. from critical analyzed experience or from systematic investigation
FUNCTION AND SCOPE OF PRINCIPLES
Basis of intelligent and profitable practice
Serve not only to stimulate, direct, and guide, but also to interpret school practice
In order to better adopt the instruction to the children’s individual capabilities.
TECHNIQUES AND PRINCIPLES
Both techniques and principles are necessary, but principles are more fundamental.
The teacher should be free to use techniques by the intelligent use of educational principles.
TYPES OF TEACHING PRINCIPLES
1. Starting Principles involve the nature of the learner and his psychological and physiological endowments which make education is possible.
2. Guiding Principles refer to the procedures, methods of instruction or agglomeration of techniques by which the learner and the teacher may work together towards the accomplishment of the goals or objectives of education.
3. Ending Principles refers to the education aims, goals, objectives, outcomes, purposes or results of whole education scheme to which teaching and learning directed.
"Mr. Gonzalez is the best teacher I've evr had. Knows Geography from A-Z and keeps the class hanging on every word. We're almost sorry to hear the bell ring."
"I'm glad I have Miss Lim for history. I thought the period she was covering would bore us to tears, but she has a way of making the driest materials come to life. ."
"What a bore Mr. Rodriguez is! he's supposed to be teaching the geography of Asia but he sounds as though hi is reading facts from almanac. Geography used to be my favorite subject, but he's ,managed to make me hate it as much as math."
"Miss Santos was a eal pill today. Sat at her desk and droned on and o about the battles in ancient war. Didn't say a thing that our textbook doesn't say better. We all fell asleep."
The kind of teacher you become is to a large extent influenced by how you view teaching profession.
the intimate desire to sacrifice.
different ways to make students not to bore.
Values and attitude
open mindedness; impartiality and fairness.
a virtue (genuine).
eagerness (commitment is a strong promise).
Mastery of the Subject matter
thorough grasp about the subject he teaches.
Understanding the learner
awareness of the different levels of intellectual and emotional maturity of the children.
Understanding the principles and methods of teaching and skill in the use of strategies and techniques for proper implementation
able to promote learning effectively by knowing what to teach(subject matter), how to teach(method) and the skill appropriate for effective teaching.
General Understanding of other branches/field of knowledge
possess general knowledge and understanding of their fields or branches of knowledge.
Understanding and taking pride as a profession
understanding his task and the corresponding responsibility.
Teaching is both a Science and an Art
It is a
for it involves a systematic and organized system of procedures, strategies, techniques and mental skill in attainment of knowledge and information that will equip the learners or a better quality of life.
It is also an
because it calls for the exercise of talents such as creativity and resourcefulness to deal skillfully and promptly with the new situation and difficulties.
Acero, Victorina O. et al. (2000) Principles and Strategies of Teaching. Quezon City: Rex Bookstore Inc.
Aquino, Gaudencio V. (1988) Principles and Methods of Effective Teaching. San Juan: National Bookstore Inc.
Corpuz, Brenda B., Salandanan, Gloria G. (2007) Principles of Teaching 1. Metro Manila: Lorimar Publishing Inc.
the choice is yours!