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EPISODE 1

THERMOMETER CHECK

Name of FS Student: Rachel Mae C. Brodit


Course: BSTTE-DT Year & Section: 4th/FS 106 A4
Resource Teacher: Mr. Restituto Abuan Signature:
Cooperating School: Integrated Development School (IDS)

Your Target

At the end of this episode, you should be able to describe through your reflection of how school
promotes partnership and dialogue.

Your Map
For this process, go through the following steps:

1. Visit a school and study its vision, mission and goals in relation to the school’s curriculum.
2. Observe the interaction between and among students, teachers, and other school personnel.
3. Write down your observation your observation and discussion with your classmates and FS teacher.
4. Generate insights from your observation.
5. Reflect on your experiences.

Your Tools
For this episode use the activity form provided below.

Grade level: Grade 9 Section:


Subject Observed: 2D Autocad

Observations:

1. Student-to-student Interaction Patterns:

The Interactions between students consume much more time than their interaction to their teacher.
They interact with their seatmates by having different topics which made the classroom became noisier.

2. Student-to-Teacher Interaction Patterns:

The Interactions between students consume much more time than their interaction to their teacher. They
interact with their seatmates by having different topics which made the classroom became noisier.

3. Teacher-to-Student Interaction Patterns:

The Teachers interact with their students by asking them if they have questions regarding the topic.
Teachers also motivate students to participate in the class and ask for their opinions or ideas about the given
topic.
4. Student-to-Non-Teaching Personnel Interaction Patterns:
The Students are showing their respect to non-teaching personnel as a means of interaction. They greeted
them when they meet some elders and give some excuse when needed.

5. Teacher-to-Teacher Interaction Patterns:


The Teachers respect each other. Especially when they exchange their ideas about teaching.

Enriching Activities

Create a scenario where any of the above interactions occur in the school. Make a script of their
dialogue, bearing in mind that this partnership is built on developing a climate of respect, harmony and
cooperation.

Post your script below:

A scenario where any of the above interactions occur in the school. This is a script of their dialogue that
bears the observer’s mind partnership is built on developing a climate of respect, harmony and cooperation.

Your Analysis

1. Why is a classroom a miniature of a greater society?


A classroom is a miniature of greater society because in the classroom like a greater society has
different kind of students in terms of attitudes, opinions and interests. These individuals work together to
achieve a common goal which is necessary for their success. And these students are considered as part of the
community because of their own voice like their own opinion or point of view of a certain problem or issue. In
the classroom, students learned many things because of their teachers, classmates and environment. They
became responsible and independent to do things accordingly and to be aware on what to do in a real world
situation in order to fit in the community.

2. What are found in the classrooms that are similar to what can be observed in society?
In the classroom we can find different types of people so as in the society. The similarities that are
found in the classroom that can be observed in society are interactions of different kinds of people, styles and
wants. Every individual have the right to express themselves and being responsible on something they have
done.

Peace Concept on Focus: Cooperation


You are able to find pleasure in working with another person because you consider this person as
partner not a competitor. Through partnership, the task is done cooperatively and more easily.

Discuss with your FS classmates your thoughts on Cooperation and Partnership in Curriculum Design.
Then write down your thoughts as well as those of your classmates. Please use the space below.
EPISODE 2

COME, LET’S TALK

Name of FS Student: Rachel Mae C. Brodit


Course: BSTTE-DT Year & Section: 4th/FS 106 A4
Resource Teacher: Mr. Restituto Abuan Signature:
Cooperating School: Integrated Development School (IDS)

Your Target

At the end of this activity, the students should be able to describe the interaction pattern that occurs
between the teachers and learners as provided in the curriculum.

Your Map
For this process, go through the following steps:

1. Observe how the teacher provides the opportunity to the learners to interact with one another in doing
one’s roles.
2. Record how roles are performed by the teacher and the learners.
3. Make your own documentation of the dialogue or conversation based on the observed roles that each one
performs which you feel could have been livelier.
4. Highlight the aspect of the dialogue that indicates the teacher as a role model in developing the values in
the process of learning.

Your Tools

For this episode, please use the Activity Form provided below.

Grade level: Grade 9 Section:


Subject Observed: 2D Autocad

Observations:

The class starts with a prayer and the checking for the attendance. After checking the attendance, the
teacher check the assignment of the students, So after checking, each of the student presents their
homework, and after that the teacher start the discussion first and after discussing, they do now the
laboratory.

(Take note how the teacher communicates the lesson and how the learners are responding to the teacher.
Note how the teacher accepts of rejects the responses of the learners.)
Your Analysis

1. How important are dialogue and substantive conversation in the classroom in terms of students’
learning.

Dialogue is very important even substantive conversation in terms of students learning for proper
understanding of the students & for clarification, therefore students will really learn about the said topic and
teachers will reflect on how the students participate in the class.

2. What learning benefits could teachers and students draw from intentional classroom dialogue?

Dialogue is very important even substantive conversation in terms of students learning for proper
understanding of the students & for clarification, therefore students will really learn about the said topic and
teachers will reflect on how the students participate in the class.

Peace Concept on Focus: Dialogue

Curriculum design is not only a matter of brilliant planning. It needs a constant effort to unite all
diverse aspects of learning. This effort is successful when people involved believes in the power of dialogue.

Discuss with your FS classmates your thoughts on Dialogue in Curriculum Design.


EPISODE 3

COME, LET’S TALK

Name of FS Student: Rachel Mae C. Brodit


Course: BSTTE-DT Year & Section: 4th/FS 106 A4
Resource Teacher: Mr. Restituto Abuan Signature:
Cooperating School: Integrated Development School (IDS)

Your Target

At the end of this episode, you should be able to deliberate on the principles involved in designing the
curriculum and the learning activities provided.

Your Map
In your observation, please do the following steps:

1. Critique the information from the curriculum theory and practice through observation of

a.) learning environment


b.) subject matter
c.) Books and internet resources used.

2. Write your observations including the information you gather.

3. Reflect on your experience.

Your Tools
For this episode, please use the activity form provided below. Write your insights and reflections.

1. Describe the learning environment.

The classroom is conducive to learning.

Students are active in participating in the class.

The teacher is effective in maintaining the motivation of students to learn.

Well ventilated

2. Subject Matter/s Covered

Properly explained.

Students are reading the textbook and write important facts.

A sit work and activity are given.

Students have lots of ideas in their activity.


3. Educational Resources

Wide range of textbooks and internet resources.

Maps and graphics

Illustration boards

Slide shows and videos

Your Analysis

1. Why should teachers know about curriculum design? Is curriculum design necessary? Write its’
importance.

It is a responsibility of the teacher to know the curriculum because it serves as a basis on making an
objective for proper discussion and to be able to develop a curriculum design to meet the needs of the
learners for better understanding. And the teachers also will be the one who will implement the curriculum
that is why they must be aware about the given curriculum.

2. What do most principles and theories of curriculum development have in common? How is this
commonality expressed or spelled out in the curriculum of the class you have observed?

The most principle and theories of curriculum in the class that I observed was the principle of teaching,
learning, listening and understanding.

Your Reflections

From your FS experience, keep in touch with your most meaningful learning and express it through
abstract visual representation. Please use appropriate colors to represent your feelings and significant
learning.

Being a teacher is not an easy task to do. You need to have more patience because you are handling
different character, behavior and character of the students. In teaching process, the teacher must think of
different ways, strategies or teaching style to motivate students to participate in order to promote effective
learning and for the students to acquire knowledge. And mostly, teachers must be aware of his/her action
because teachers are serve as a role model not only in the classroom but also in the community because
teachers live with dignity and dedication.
EPISODE 4

BRIDGING EDUCATIONAL PROCESS

Name of FS Student: Rachel Mae C. Brodit


Course: BSTTE-DT Year & Section: 4th/FS 106 A4
Resource Teacher: Mr. Restituto Abuan Signature:
Cooperating School: Integrated Development School (IDS)

Your Target

At the end of this activity, you should be able to identify educational programs that connect the school
with the larger historical, social, cultural and political process.

Your Map
In your observation, please do the following steps:

1. Examine the school’s calendar of activities. See how the students, community stakeholders are involved.
2. Identify the programs where leaders create rewards for certain practices in delivering to the stakeholders.
Record the observations on the calendar of activities, programs and awards and the participation of
stakeholders.
3. Write your reflection/s on the involvement of stakeholders of school’s activities.

Your Tools

For this episode, take a copy of school calendar of activities and paste it below. Select at least three activities
and write your analysis how these activities become part of the curriculum. Show how the stakeholders are
involved in schools programs and activities.

1. Name of Activity: Buwan ng Wika

Analysis : August
Through this activity, the teachers and the student might have a collaborative way, in order for them to
have a very successful event which is the Buwan ng Wika in the month of August.

2. Name of Activity: World Teacher’s Day


Analysis : October
Through this activity, the focus to this activity is of course the teacher, the students and also the
teachers might prepare and event to have a memorandum for the importance of being a teacher.

3. Name of Activity: Christmas Party

Analysis : December
Through this activity, the teachers together with the students must celebrate this kind of activity,
because it is the most important event of the year, the teacher and the student can enjoy and make an activity
a memorable one.
EPISODE 5

COLLECT AND CRITIQUE

Name of FS Student: Rachel Mae C. Brodit


Course: BSTTE-DT Year & Section: 4th/FS 106 A4
Resource Teacher: Mr. Restituto Abuan Signature:
Cooperating School: Integrated Development School (IDS)

Your Target
At the end of this episode, you should be able to explain the importance of curriculum through
reflections from the observations made about it as used by the teacher.

Your Map

In your observation, please do the following steps:

1. Download a curriculum guide of your choice through this link:


http://depedclub.com/updated-k-12-curriculum-guides/

2. Select at least 5 learning content or topic, it’s learning activities and the assessment used in the learning
content or topic.

3. Examine the assessment tools used in the curriculum guide whether it is performance based or product
based.

Your Tools

In table below write your analysis of each topic or learning content that you have chosen.

Topic/learning Content Learning Activities Assessment Used Your Analysis

Identify what are the types of elevations Practicum


1.Elevations in structural. Demonstration

2.Beams details Practicum


Identify what are the parts of beams Demonstration

3. Footing
Identify what are the parts of footing Practicum
details. Demonstration

4. Columns Identify what are the parts of columns. Practicum


Demonstration
Questions

1. How important is it for teachers and curriculum planners to anchor their curricular plans to specific
theories and principles of curriculum development.

It is so much important for the teachers and the curriculum planners in planning the curricular
activities in specific theories and principles of curriculum development because, through this it might have an
effective learning for the students and the teachers.

2. Aside from the teachers, who else should be involved in the curriculum planning? Expound your
thoughts.

Also the students, because without the student this curriculum might not be effective without the
cooperation between the students and the teachers.