Fs 2011

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-title page
-table of contents
-student resume
-statement of purpose(purpose of portfolio)
-organization of entry
-personal reflections
-comments of the faculty
-rubric for the ff.
-statement's self-rating competency checklist

personal reflections

From my observation, I have learned and witnessed a lot of things. The real situation in a classroom can never be predicted. Problems may arise any time of the learning and testing process. In this everyday learning process the students together with their teacher learn things together. Not everyone in that room is the same, especially the students. Most of them may be able to cope up with their teacher’s strategy of teaching but some cannot. Not all of them may lend their full attention with regards to listening to every instruction their teacher say.

I can say that being in the real situation like being in a classroom as someone else (not a student but an observer) sometimes worries me. Because I may be able to cause the learning interference in that conducive learning environment. At first I may feel to be very conscious about what would I do next, what would I say if someone asked me this thing or that, how would I act for me to be more professional with this study I am conducting and other more uncertainties. But nevertheless my gratitude being there in that room is incomparable with my other first hand experiences in life as an education student. I am very thankful for the opportunity of experiencing being in the real situation of my field.

Statement of Purpose

This compilation was prepared and developed to provide and share experiences for those who will undergo the same undertakings. Through the experiences written, some latest innovations and strategies in teaching were shared their applicability will very depending on whatever and whenever it will suit to the…...

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