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CLASSROOM OBSERVATION. By: Michele Leslie B. David MAEd – Instructional Management. CONTENTS. OBSERVATION PROPER SCHOOL PROFILE CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT THE TEACHER THE STUDENTS PERSONAL INSIGHTS. OBSERVATION PROPER. SCHOOL PROFILE Name: ASIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

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Classroom observation

CLASSROOM OBSERVATION

By: Michele Leslie B. David

MAEd – Instructional Management


Contents
CONTENTS

  • OBSERVATION PROPER

    • SCHOOL PROFILE

    • CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT

    • THE TEACHER

    • THE STUDENTS

  • PERSONAL INSIGHTS


Observation proper
OBSERVATION PROPER

SCHOOL PROFILE

Name: ASIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Location: AISAT BLDG., MCARTHUR HWY, DAU, MABALACAT, PAMPANGA

Type of School: Technical-Vocational School

Classification: It is a computer school under TESDA offering 2-year associate degrees that are computer related and other skill-based courses.




Courses offered
COURSES OFFERED

  • 2-year Associate Degree in Computer Science

  • 2-year Associate Degree in Computer Technology

  • 2-year Associate Degree in Business Information Management

  • 2-year Associate Degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management


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  • # of sections: 20 sections

  • Population: Class B and below

  • Feeder Schools: 90% public HS, 10% private HS

  • Tuition Fees:

  • Comp Science (24 units) - 6959.38

  • Comp Tech (27 units) - Php. 7600.63

  • BIM (27 units) - Php. 7200.63

  • HRM (23 units) - Php. 7925.60


Lesson observed
LESSON OBSERVED

  • Cisco 103

    - major subject (6 units)

    - networking



The teacher
THE TEACHER

  • Mr. Kristiann D. Nerona

    - quiet type of person

    - serious type

    - very limited smiles

    - democratic

    - new teacher (Jan. only)


Mastery
MASTERY

  • He knows the topic by heart.

  • Carries no book.


Teaching skills
TEACHING SKILLS

  • Discusses with visual aid (computer)

  • By group but most often does individual coaching

  • COOPERATIVE LEARNING

    • POSITIVE INTERDEPENDENCE (few)

    • Proceeds only once everybody is in the same boat.

    • CIRCLE THE SAGE (many)


Classroom management
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT

  • Applies both organization and control

    • Organization by giving the discussion and instruction first; control by going to each desk to check the errors.

  • Uses the hand raising method

    right hand - questions for the teacher

    left hand - technical trouble


Motivational skills
MOTIVATIONAL SKILLS

  • Praises (positive words)

  • Empowerment (Gives authority to those who understand to coach seatmates)

  • ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION


Classroom environment
CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT

  • Computer Laboratory with 45 units

  • Ratio is 1:1

  • The teacher’s unit is at the back.

  • White walls, no decors

  • Poor air con unit

  • Has 2 ceiling fans

  • Has no windows

  • No generator



The students
The STUDENTS

  • Computer Science graduating students

  • Active learners

  • Mostly are visual learners (computer and whiteboard)

  • Few are auditory learners (most have difficulty in remembering directions)


Personal insights
PERSONAL INSIGHTS

  • REASON - PROXIMITY

  • ADULT LEARNING STYLE

  • TECHNICAL TOPIC – COACHING STYLE

    • INDIVIDUAL AND BY GROUP

  • CREATIVITY FOR KIDS IS DIFFERENT FROM THE CREATIVITY FOR ADULTS

  • ENVIRONMENT FOR KIDS DIFFERS FROM THE ADULTS


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