Teacher Lester is often described by his learners as demanding. Moreover, he imposes rules and gives corresponding explanations. He corrects mistakes but still he recognizes students’ efforts. With this, the teaching style of teacher Lester is classified as _____.
D. Authoritative teachers are effective teachers because they are both warm and demanding. Being warm means caring and emotional support for students. Being demanding – in the good sense – means expecting something from your students, both in terms of academic work, and behavior. The authoritative teacher is the ideal. This teacher has a positive, kind and supportive relationship with her students, but they know when she “means business”.
It is a program whose main aim is focused on the professional development of the teachers. It is the articulation of a single competency-based framework for teaching and teacher development that would guide all policies, reforms, and activities related to teaching and teacher development.
A. TEDP means Teacher Education and Development Program. TEDP conceptualizes the teacher’s career path as a continuum that starts with the entry to a teacher education program and concludes when a teacher reaches retirement from formal-service.
Which qualities best describe the authoritarian teachers?
A. demanding but not warm
B. warm but not demanding
C. NEITHER demanding NOR warm
D. demanding YET warm
A. Authoritarian is a kind of teaching style wherein the teacher is highly demanding but not warm. The authoritarian teacher is the sole authority in the classroom and a dictator who frequently lectures, encourages little interaction and establishes fervent competition among students. This style is too teacher-centered and student’s ideas and efforts are not that welcomed and recognized.
It is a set of standards and an integrated theoretical framework that defines the different dimensions of effective teaching. It is composed of domains, strands and performance indicators.
A. The National Competency-Based Teacher Standards (NCBTS) or the Philippine Professional Standards for Teachers is at the heart of the Teacher Education and Development Program (TEDP). It defines effective teaching as being able to help all types of students learn the different learning goals in the curriculum.
“Experience is the best teacher.” Who best describes to this thought?
B. Progressivism (progressivist) as a philosophy stresses that teachers teach for learners to live fully by employing experiential methods since they believe that “one learns by doing”.
One of the objectives of elementary education includes “to provide the knowledge and develop the skills, attitudes, and values essential for personal development, a productive life…” This objective is based on the philosophy of _____.
A. Essentialism as a philosophy envisions to teach the learners essential knowledge, skills and values for them to become model citizens. Moreover, essentialism stresses the traditional or back to the basic approach in education.
Teacher May asked her son what course he would like to choose when he would go to college. This act of teacher Mary is anchored on the philosophy of _____.
C. The act of giving your son a chance to choose his own courses agrees to the idea that an individual has the freedom to be the in-charge of his own destiny and to live life the way he wanted to it be lived. As such, the said line exemplifies the philosophy of Existentialism. It is important to recall that existentialism is the philosophy of subjectivity and proclaims man’s freedom in the accomplishments of his destiny.
Practical ideas should be accepted while unpractical ideas should be rejected.
D. The term “pragmatism” is a synonymous to applicability and practicality. The philosophy of pragmatism puts emphasis are the functionality and applicability of the lesson. Thought must therefore produce actions rather than remaining only in the mind and leading into uncertainty.
What teaching style is being described in the phrase “neither warm nor demanding”?
C. Detached or Uninvolved teaching styles are just the same. The detached or uninvolved teacher tends to be neither warm nor demanding to his learners. A teacher under this category does not have a genuine concern for students’ learning. She does not address their needs and interest and she does not know her students that well. This is the worst kind of teaching style.
In his Grade 10 class, teacher Toni provides his students with experiences that allow them to hypothesize, predict, manipulate objects, pose questions, research, investigate, imagine, and invent. What philosophy governs in this kind of classroom?
C. Constructivism is a philosophy wherein the teacher only acts as a facilitator because the learners are the ones responsible for their own learning. The teacher provides the learning experiences while the learners are the ones who build and create meaning and acknowledge out from the said learning experiences.