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FS 6

Learning Episode 5 THE GLOBAL TEACHER OF THE 21ST CENTURY


My FS Learning Task Overview
Teaching is a respectable profession the world over. The status of teachers has been
comparable in all parts of the globe, hence each year, a celebration of the WORLD TEACHERS
DAY!
This alone would tell us, the recognition and honor given to the best profession of all:
TEACHING. A teacher is an extraordinary person in whose hands lie the future of the world. A
teacher regardless of what country he/she comes from should be a GLOBAL TEACHER or the
TEACHER of the WORLD.
Thus, you should have qualities, skills, knowledge, views, with wider breadth and deeper
sense because you too will be a global teacher.
This Learning Episode focuses on the global teacher of the 21st century.

My Desired Learning Outcomes

Identity competencies of the global Filipino teacher


Increase knowledge of the countries teachers competencies
Compare the global Filipino teacher with the other teachers of the world

My Learning Essentials
Let us begin with ourselves, the Filipino teachers. Why are Filipino teachers doing very
well in classrooms and schools outside our country? Are Filipino teachers doing well in our
country as well? Many of them are awarded as exemplar teachers, best teachers and model
teachers. They are honoured by the school, parents and community as well. Would you like to
be a global teacher of the 21st century? As global teachers, you should br the excellent ones.
Read some teaching skills and qualities needed of global teachers in the 21st century.
A GLOBAL TEACHER
thinks and acts both locally and globally.
has classroom management skills.
makes content relevant and updated.
has skills in critical thinking.
uses technology in education.
has deep understanding of multiculturalism and globalization.
has skills to collaborate with teams.
brings the world into the classroom, school and community.

continuously grow professionally.


A Filipino teacher should have these qualities and skills, too. These competencies are
enshrined in the National Competency-Based Teacher Standards (NCBTS) of the Philippines.

My Learning Map
Here are the steps that you should take in order to reach your desired learning outcome.
1. Request for a short interview of any public school teacher about the teachers
competencies in the NCBTS. (Elementary or High School)
2. Request the teacher to answer a short questionnaire on the NCBTS teachers
competencies.
3. Analyse the data.
1. In which of the seven domains did the teacher rate herself/himself HIGH?
2. Which competencies are practiced by the teacher all the time? Often? Sometimes?
Never?
4. Go to the web, interview, chat, skype or use the other means to obtain the information
about other teachers in at least two other countries aside from the Philippines.

My Learning Activities
Activity 1 NCBTS and the Global Filipino Teacher
Name of the Teacher _________________________________________________________
School ____________________________________________________________________
Grade Level/Year Level ______________________________________________________

NCBTS-TSNA Domains

If
HIGH,
check

Give brief explanation why you are


rated
HIGH

Domain 1 Social Regard for


Learning
Domain 2 Learning Environment
Domain 3 Diversity of Learners
Domain 4 Curriculum
Domain 5 Planning
Assessing and Reporting
Domain 6 Community Linkages
Domain 7 Personal Growth
& Professional Development
Instruction: Below is a checklist for the teacher you requested to answer.
I am a global Filipino Teacher. Do I practice/ possess these qualities or competencies?
No or Yes
Frequency: Never _________ 0

Sometime ______ 1
Often __________2
All the time _____3
No/Yes Frequency
+ 0 1 2 3

Competencies
Do I
1. demonstrate values for lifelong learning?
2. teach considering the learning is of different kinds?
3. create an environment that is safe and conducive for learning?
4. communicate higher learning expectations to each learner?
5. accept learners diverse knowledge and experiences?
6. demonstrate mastery of the subject matter?
7. make use of allotted instructional time?
8. recognize that each learner is unique?
9. demonstrate skills in the use of technology?
10. develop and use appropriate instructional plan?
11. develop and use a variety of instructional support materials?
12. develop and use a 76 variety of appropriate assessment
strategies?
13. communicate promptly and clearly to learners, parents, and
superiors about the learners progress?
14. take pride in the nobility of the profession?
15. enhance myself through continuing professional development?
How many competencies are rates as:
A. All the time
B. Often
C. Sometimes
D. Never

____________
____________
____________
____________

Activity 2 Global Teachers The World Over


Activity 1 describes the competencies that a global Filipino Teacher should possess. Now,
we need to know, what competencies are required of other teachers from other countries of the
world.
Since we cannot travel physically to other countries, we can reach these places through
the use of modern technology like surfing, skype, chat, emails through the world wide web,
interviews and use of other sources of information.
Choose at least two countries other than the Philippines. Search for the personal and
professional competencies required of the teachers in that particular country. You may also
interview a Filipino teacher who has taught in these countries.
Be guided by the matrix given below.

Global Teacher from Other Countries


Name of
Country

Personal
Qualities
of Teachers

Professional
Qualities
of Teachers

Requirements to
become
Professional
Teachers

United States of
America
New Zealand
Thailand
Indonesia
Australia
My Reflections / Insights
1. If the NCBTS is the measure of a global teacher, can the teacher you interviewed be
able to meet the challenges of global education? Why? Why not?
2. Are there similarities or differences among teachers in other countries in terms of the
standard requirements for a professional teacher? Explain your answer.
3. Are Filipino teachers comparable to their fellow teachers in other countries? Explain
your answer.
4. How would you prepare to become a global teacher of the 21 st century? How do you
see yourself?

Integrating Theory and Practice


Choose the correct option.
1. The most challenging components of teaching in another country is __________.
A. mastery of the subject matter
B. making instructional materials
C. adjusting to cultural differences
D. constructing assessment tool
2. Teaching is a universal vocation. Wherever the teacher is assigned, his or her primary
concern is to __________.
A. earn a good salary
B. make the students learn

C. be the most important person


D. do self-sacrifice

3. In the 21st century, the fastest development or change that the teacher should catch up
with as a teacher is in the ___________.
I.
use of technology
II.
knowledge of globalization

III.

practice of collaboration
A. I
B. I and II

C. II and III
D. I, II and III

4. If you are an excellent teacher here in the Philippines, you can a very well teach in any
ASEAN country. This statement _____________.
A. Is false
B. Is true
C. An overstatement
D. Cannot be determined
E.
5. For a Filipino teacher to succeed in teaching in the country and elsewhere in the world,
he or she should ____________.
I.
mater and practice the competencies of the NCBTS
II.
be multilingual and multicultural
III.
think and act both locally and globally
A. I only
B. II only

C. I and II
D. I, II and III

F.
G. My Learning Portfolio
H. Entries to portfolio may include: (Choose only one)
1. Story or narrative (experiences) of a Filipino Teacher abroad.
2. Story or narrative of an outstanding teacher in your community. (School, District,
division)
3. Story or narrative of non-Filipino teacher in other countries.
I. My Learning Rubric
J. Field Study 6, Episode 5 - The Global Teacher of the 21st Century
K. Focused on

Identifying competencies of the global Filipino teacher


Increasing of knowledge of other counties teachers competencies
Comparing the global Filipino teacher with the other teachers of the world
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Submitted: ___________
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Learning Episode 6 THE TEACHER AS A PROFESSIONAL

FA.

My FS Learning Task Overview

EZ.

FB.

In the Philippines, only those with a professional license are authorized to teach.

FC.
There are fundamental requirements to be a professional teacher. One has to
graduate in college with a baccalaureate degree, pass the Licensure Examination for Teachers
(LET), be a member of professional teacher organizations and abide by the Code of Ethics for
Professional Teachers. In addition, teachers must grow in the profession by undertaking
continuing professional development/education.
FD.

My Desired Learning Outcomes

Present clear definition of a professional teacher


Describe a Filipino professional teacher

Identify fundamental laws that professionalized teaching in the country


FE.
FF.My Learning Essentials
FG.
Some of the basic questions on the professionalization of teaching
are the following:

1. What are the legal bases of considering teaching as a Profession?


2. What are the requirements to become a Professional Teacher?
3. What is the career path of a Filipino Professional Teacher?

1.

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FH. Consider these as answers:


FI.
Fundamental Laws and Policies
1987 Philippine Constitution, Article XIV
PD 1006 Professionalization of Teacher
RA 7836 Regulation and Supervision of the Practice of Teaching and
Prescribing the Licensure examination for Teachers or the Teacher
Professionalization Act of 1994
Code of Ethics for Professional Teachers
Qualifications of a Filipino Professional Teacher
Holds a Professional Teachers License
Holds a Bachelors degree in Education or any Bachelors degree with 18 units
of professional education units
Member of a Professional Teacher Organization
Undertake continuing professional development
Abide by the Code of Ethics for Professional Teachers
Requirements to take the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET)
Earned a Bachelors Degree in Education or any Bachelors Degree with 18
units of professional education units
Must be a Filipino citizen
Other requirements as presented by the Professional Regulation Commission
(PRC)
Career Path of Professional Teachers
Beginning Professional Teacher 1 to 3 years of teaching
Young Professional Teacher 4 to 10 years of teaching
Mentor/Master Professional Teacher 11 to 15 years of teaching
Expert/Sterling Professional Teacher 15 years and above in teaching
FJ.
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My Learning Map

FL.

This episode, will bring you to a closer encounter with professional


teachers. To achieve your desired learning outcomes, you will follow this
learning map.

Step 1. Have a close encounter with a Young Professional Teacher.


Step 2. Have a close encounter with a Beginning Professional Teacher.
Step 3. Have a close encounter with a Mentor/Master Professional Teacher.
Step 4. Have a close encounter with the Expert/Sterling Professional Teacher.
Step 5. Have a close encounter with a Retired Professional Teacher.
Step 6. Record all answers and prepare a written report.
Step 7. Request to take picture of the teacher which will form a part of your
report.
FM.
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FO.

My Learning Activities
(Note: All the activities shall be conducted by twos or dyad)

FP.Activity 1 Close Encounter with a Beginning Professional Teacher (1-3


Years Teaching Experience)
1. Conduct an interview with the beginning teacher by asking the following questions:
Where did you earn your degree
How did your University prepare you to become a good teacher?
When did you pass the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET)? What was
your passing rating?
When did you start teaching as a professional?
What makes you happy as a teacher?
What disappoints you as a teacher?
Are you a member of a professional organization? What is the name of the
organization?
As a professional teacher, what code of conduct do you strictly follow? Can you
name the specific behaviour that should be followed to the utmost?
What kind of professional teacher would you dream to become before you retire?
2. Record all answers and prepare a written report.
3. Request to take picture of the teacher, as part of your report.
FQ. Narrative 1: Close encounter with the Beginning Professional Teacher
FR.
FS.
(Picture of the Professional Teacher)
FT. The narrative will be based on the answers in your interview. A narrative is
written in paragraph form.
FU.
FV.
FW.

FX.Submitted by: _________________________


FY. FS 6 Student
FZ.

GA. Activity 2 Close Encounter with a Young Professional Teacher (4-10


Years Teaching Experience)
1. Conduct an interview with a Young Professional Teacher.
2. Ask the following questions:
Are you satisfied with your job as a professional teacher for the past few years? If
yes, why? If no, why not?
What are the things that you do as a professional teacher that make you happy? Sad?
What was your most unforgettable experience as a teacher? Please tell.
What are your plans for the future as a professional teacher?
Do you think you will retire as a professional teacher or look for other jobs? Why?
3. Record all answers and prepare a written report.
4. Request for a picture taken as part of the report.
GB. Narrative 1: Close encounter with the Young Professional Teacher
GC.
GD. (Picture of the Professional Teacher)
GE.The narrative will be based on the answers in your interview. A narrative is
written in paragraph form.
GF.
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GI. Submitted by: _________________________
GJ. FS 6 Student
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GL.
GM.
GN. Activity 3 Close Encounter with a Mentor/Master Professional
Teacher (11-15 Years Teaching Experience)
1. Conduct an interview with a Mentor/Master Professional Teacher.
2. Ask the following questions:
Are you satisfied with your job as a professional teacher for the past few years? If
yes, why? If no, why not?
What are the things that you do as a mentor professional teacher that make you
happy? Sad?
How did you mentor younger professional teachers?

Looking back to your early years as a professional, how do you compare yourself
with your mentees now?
What awards or citations have you received?
What are your plans for the future as a professional teacher?
Do you think you will retire as a professional teacher or be promoted to higher
position?
3. Record all answers and prepare a written report.
4. Request for a picture taken as part of the report.
GO. Narrative 1: Close encounter with the Mentor/Master Professional Teacher
GP.
GQ. (Picture of the Professional Teacher)
GR.
The narrative will be based on the answers in your interview. A
narrative is written in paragraph form.
GS.
GT.
GU.
GV.Submitted by: _________________________
GW.
FS 6 Student
GX.
GY.
GZ. Activity 4 Close Encounter with an Expert/Sterling Professional
Teacher (15 Years Teaching Experience)
1. Conduct an interview with an Expert/Sterling Professional Teacher.
2. Ask the following questions:
Are you satisfied with your job as a professional teacher for the past years? If yes,
why? If no, why not?
What are the things that you do as an expert professional teacher that make you
happy? Sad?
What was your most unforgettable experience as an expert professional teacher?
Please tell.
What do you consider as your most significant contribution to the teaching
profession? Please tell.
What are your plans for the future as an expert professional teacher?
Have you been promoted in your job? Why are you promoted? What benefits did you
get from your promotion?
3. Record all answers and prepare a written report.
4. Request for a picture taken as part of the report.

HA. Narrative 1: Close encounter with an Expert Teacher


HB.
HC. (Picture of the Professional Teacher)
HD.
The narrative will be based on the answers in your interview. A
narrative is written in paragraph form.
HE.
HF.
HG.
HH.
Submitted by: _________________________
HI. FS 6 Student
HJ.
HK.
HL.
HM. Activity 5 Close Encounter with a Retired Teacher (Retired from
Teachin)
1. Conduct an interview with a Retired Professional Teacher.
2. Ask the following questions:
What are your usual activities as a retired professional teacher? Please tell.
Did you find your past teaching experiences memorable? What were your most
significant experiences?
How long have you taught as a professional teacher? Do you have any regrets of
having been a professional teacher? Why?
What do you consider as your most significant contribution to the teaching
profession? Please tell.
Have you been promoted in your job? Why were you promoted? What benefits did
you get from your promotion?
Would you consider teaching as the greatest profession? Why? Why not?
What food for thought would you like to give us, and the young professional
teachers?
3. Record all answers and prepare a written report.
4. Request for a picture taken as part of the report.
HN. Narrative 1: Close encounter with the Retired Teacher
HO.
HP.
(Picture of the Professional Teacher)
HQ.
The narrative will be based on the answers in your interview. A
narrative is written in paragraph form.
HR.
HS.
HT.
HU.
Submitted by: _________________________
HV.FS 6 Student
HW.

HX.
HY.

My Reflections/Insights

HZ.
Based on the answers given by the teachers you interviewed, do they reflect a true
professional teacher?
1. Why do you think so?
IA. ________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___
2. Why dont you think so?
IB. _______________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________
IC.
ID. Based on the interviews you conducted, is being a professional teacher a fulfilling job?
Why?
IE. ________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___
IF. ________________________________________________________________________
___
IG. Considering that you will be a future professional teacher, what standards of
behaviour should you uphold based on the Code of Ethics for Professional
Teachers?
IH. ________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___
II.

IJ. Integrating Theory and Practice


1. After the 1987 Constitution, the first legal basis to make teaching as a profession and
consider teachers are professionals was ___________-.
A. RA 7836
B. PD 1006
C. RA 7640
D. Code of Ethics for Professional Teachers
IK.
2. Who among these graduates is not qualifies to take the Licensure Examination for
Teachers (LET)?
A. Bachelor of Elementary Education
B. Bachelor of Agricultural Education
C. Associate in Arts
D. Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
IL.
3. All Filipino professional teachers must have ____________.
A. a professional teachers license
B. a recognized masters degree
C. teaching experience
D. published research article
IM.
4. Which of the following practices is NOT allowed in the Code of Ethics for Professional
Teachers?
A. Teachers shall insure that teaching upholds the highest standards.
B. Teachers shall accept tutorial fees for the slow learners in her class.
C. Teachers shall live with dignity in all places at all times.
D. Teachers shall establish maintain cordial relations with parents.
IN.
5. What should be the best description of teaching as a profession?
A. Teaching is the noblest profession.
B. Teaching is a lucrative job in this country.
C. Teaching requires less preparation.
IO.
IP. My Learning Portfolio
IQ.
IR.
IS.
IT.

Portfolio entries should include:

Narrative 1: Close Encounter with the Beginning Professional Teacher

(Picture of the Professional Teacher)


IU. The narrative will be based on the answers in your interview. A narrative is
written in paragraph form.
IV.

IW.
IX.
IY. Submitted by: _________________________
IZ. FS 6 Student
JA.
JB.
JC.
JD.My Learning Rubric
JE. Field Study 6, Episode 5 The Teacher as a Professional
JF. Focused on

Identifying competencies of the global Filipino teacher


Present clear definition of a professional teacher
Describe a Filipino professional teacher
Identify fundamental laws that professionalized teaching in the country
JG. Name of FS Student _____________________________________ Date
Submitted: ___________
JH. Year
and
Section:
_________________________
_______________________________

JI. Learn
ing
Episo
des

JR. Learn
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Activi
ties

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TRANSMUTATION OF SCORE TO GRADE/RATING


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MV.
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NH.

NI.

MX.

NJ.

NC.

NK.

NL.

NM.

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OI.
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OK.

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