Which among the following situations violate the principle of respect?
I. Teacher Val tells her student that what teacher Max taught is wrong.
II. Teacher Angeline, upon learning what teacher Val did, asked the students not to attend his class.
III. Teacher Jon is giving special favour to students to please the students so that he can get a remarkable result in the evaluation
A. I and II
B. I and III
C. II and III
D. I, I and III
D. As provided by the Code of Ethics for Teachers. In line with R.A. 7836: A teacher shall at all times, be imbued with the spirit of professional loyalty, mutual confidence, and faith in one another, self-sacrifice for the common good and full cooperation with colleagues. When the best interest of the learners, the school. Or the profession is at stake in any controversy, teachers shall support one another.
Which among the following pillars of learning aimed for the holistic development and complete fulfilment of man?
A. Learning to do
B. Learning to live together
C. Learning to be
D. Learning to know
C. This pillar of education re – asserted the principle that education should contribute to every person’s development. This includes not only the mind and body but also the spiritual, aesthetics appreciation and sensitive aspects of the individual.
Teacher Lyn knows of the illegal gambling that his neighbor is operating. However, he chooses to be quiet about it for the fear of getting involved in any investigation that this may cause. Which among the following principles of morality does teacher Lyn fail to apply?
A. Choose what is good and avoid what is evil
B. Choose the lesser evil
C. The end justifies the mean
D. The end does not justify the mean
A. Choose what is good and avoid what is evil. Ethics/Morality can be summed up in doing what is right, especially if this is for the common good and avoid what is evil. In this case, Teacher Lyn has the responsibility not only to identify this social issue but also to be involved in addressing it.
Teacher makes Role full of the use question-and-answer as a model for discussion. From whom is this question-and-answer method?
B. The philosopher is known for his Socratic Dialogue. This technique refers to the conversation method.
Which according to RA 9155 is considered as the “heart of the formal education system”?
D. The school – Republic Act 9155, otherwise called the Governance of Basic Education Act was passed in August 2001transforming the name of Department of Education, Culture and Sports or DECS to the Department of Education or DepEd and redefining the role of field offices like regional offices, division offices, district offices and schools. It provides the overall framework for school head empowerment by strengthening their leadership roles and school-based management within the context of transparency and local accountability.
What is man’s ultimate vocation and destiny according to Paulo Freire?
According to Freire this is the ultimate vocation and destiny of man. This can be achieved through the process of conscientization, a process of becoming aware of the contradiction existing within oneself and in society, and of gradually being able to bring about personal and social transformations.
Macky, an 8-year old child, immediately kisses the hand of his elders whoever he meets them. He learned this value by observing his elder sisters and parents. This pattern of acquiring values is based on this principle.
A. Values are intrinsically motivated
B. Values are taught not caught
C. Values are caught not taught
D. Values are innate
C. Values are caught, not taught. In the above scenario, Macky caught the values from his parents.
Which of the following is the most important component in educational reforms?
A. student’s participation
B. school’s good relationship with parents
C. parent’s involvement
D. teacher’s interaction with parents and students
C. The Department of Education posits that every school will promote partnerships that will increase parental involvement and participation in promoting the social, emotional and academic growth of children.
Which among the following is the first essential characteristic of culture?
D. The first essential characteristics of culture is that it is learned. The child has the ability to learn behavior patterns.
How can you best describe the role of the teacher under the Pillar of Learning to Know?
A. guidance counselor
C. The role of the teacher under “Learning to Know” is to be facilitator, catalyst, monitor, and evaluator of learning because the process of learning to think is a lifelong one and can be enhanced by every kind of human experience.