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COMMISSION ON HIGHER EDUCATION

Region V - Bicol
Division of Camarines Sur

CALABANGA COMMUNITY COLLEGE


Sta. Cruz, Calabanga, Camarines Sur

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In Partial Fulfillment for the Requirements


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PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION 16

Prepared by:

GEMMAR COMBATE ESTRELLA

Student Teacher

Submitted to:

ZELDA ABLAZA ROBLEZ, Ed.D

Instructress
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(April 25, 2014)


A/Y: 2013 2014

I would rather be arrogant but pushing


with only a single point out of a hundred
than with fifty yet, contented without
any more progress

I may be the worst creature of God in


the eyes of others but the best thing for
me is that God created me with the
capacity to SMILE with the best that I
can and even with the worst that I am

A clear conscience is rather to be chosen


than a good name: that a good name is
rather to be chosen than great riches

GEMMAR COMBATE ESTRELLA

PREFACE
This narrative report is an anthology that shows the
different exciting endeavors being in the student teaching
program (STP). This report was created in a very much
different way apart from the structure given by our ST
Supervisor. I guess it shows my creativity and playfulness in
presenting ideas by breaking some rules yet creating a
unique piece as compared to others. All in all, its main
purpose is to show I guess maybe not all but most of the
dimensions of being a student teacher.
The 1st part (Introduction to Professional Education 16
The student Teaching): is all about the general information
about the Student Teaching Program (STP). It will provide a
mental picture of the program by letting the spectator/s
know its nature and scope as well as the code of ethics of
teacher. It will also show what a student teacher should be
inside and out of the school.
The 2nd part (The Student Teacher and The QHS Student
Teaching Team): is all about the student teacher. It will
provide varied information about the student teacher
including the network of persons involved in the QHS STP
Team.
The 3rd part (The Student Teaching Forms): is a set of
papers serving as evidences and substantiation for the
conduction of the program moreover as proof to the
credibility of the student teacher.
The 4th part (My School the Calabanga Community
College): provides the general information about the school,
CCC by the time that it had been pinned in the history of
Calabanga down to its supporting records showing its stability
as an institution in the present context.

The 5th part (My Cooperating School the Quipayo High


School): provides the general information about QHS with its
thriving power from the time it had been installed in Quipayo
up to the Present time.
The 6th part (Tools and Materials in Student Teaching): is a
compilation of the different tools and materials that serves as
a guide for the student teacher in his teaching experiences.
The 7th Part (DepEd Forms and School Records): is a
collection of significant documents used in the school. It
shows teaching evidences that serves as a reflection of the
students performances.
The 8th part (Student Teachers Outputs): provides the
measurement of the student teachers performance in the
STP given by the different observers/ panelist.
The 9th part (Pictorials): are sets of images presenting the
student teacher and his socialization with the students, the
teachers and other school stakeholders.

GEMMAR COMBATE ESTRELLA


Student Teacher

PREFACE
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
INTRODUCTION TO PROF. ED. 16 THE STUDENT TEACHING....
*Nature and Scope of Student Teaching
*Code of Ethics of the Teacher..
THE STUDENT TEACHER AND THE QHS STUDENT TEACHING TEAM
*My Curriculum Vitae.
*My Team..
STUDENT TEACHING FORMS..
*Student Teaching Waiver
*Approval Sheet..
*Student Teaching Certification.
*Clearance Sheet...
MY SCHOOL THE CALABANGA COMMUNITY COLLEGE
*School History.
*General Information.
-The Seal.
-School Philosophy..
-Mission
-Vision..
-Institutional Goals...
-Objectives Of The College Of Education
-Objectives Of The College Of Entrepreneurship...
-The School March..
-Organizational Chart.
MY COOPERATING SCHOOL QUIPAYO HIGH SCHOOL.
*School History.
*Vision.
*Mission..
*Organizational Chart
*School Layout.
*The School Program.
*Annual Calendar Of Activities...
*School Activities From January To March..
TOOLS AND MATERIALS IN STUDENT TEACHING..
*Class Schedule..

*Visual Aids
*Student Outputs.
*Table of Specifications.
*Test Papers..
DEPED FORMS AND SCHOOL RECORDS
*Lesson Plan..
*Class Record...
*Form 138-A..
*Form 137-A..
*Form 1...
*Form 2...
*Form 18-A.
*Grade Sheets/ Summary Sheets.......
*Test Papers..
*Performance Levels..
*Item Analysis
*Daily Time Record.
OUTPUTS.
*Regular Demonstrations..
-Lesson Plans.
-Observation Forms.
-Rating Summary.
*Final Demonstration..
-Lesson Plan...
-Rubrics
-Observation Forms Of the Panelist
-Rating Summary..
-Feedbacks, Evaluations and Recommendations
PICTORIALS
*The Bahay Kubo (Our Office)....
*SBM-SGC Seminar Workshop.
*The Mangrove Tree Planting Activity...
*The Final Demonstration..

I would like to acknowledge with sincere gratitude and appreciation


the following:
the Calabanga Community College for serving as my shelter and
armor in my combat to pursue my education,
to all my instructors and instructress for their expertise and passion
in teaching and along with my on and off-campus students for
inspiring me to go on with my field,
Dr. Gregoria Velez Olayon for giving me the chance to be a part
and bringing me to the frontier of the CCC family, it will always be
etched deeply in my mind and in my heart,
Dr. Zelda Ablaza Robles for her immense guidance and inspiration
and for sharing her mastery in the field of education, leading me
to be a well-equipped education student and so as one of a
proof is this material,
to my ever supportive Cooperating Teachers: Ms. Filipina C.
Gutierrez and Mrs. Catherine P. Blance for imparting me their best
advices and techniques on how to be an effective and efficient
educator,
my classmates and friends for challenging me to find my
betterness as a student and as a person in front of their diversity by
wit, by attitudes and by their personalities,
to Mr. Gemmar Combate Estrella the Old for staying with me from
the start, for his untiring motivation for me to be better everytime,
for letting me see that I can do more and that I could change for
the better,
my family for their unwavering support, love and understanding all
throughout my endeavors, and
to God for his loving guidance and infinite goodness.

GEMMAR COMBATE ESTRELLA

MAKE EVERY NEW TEACHER OBSERVE AND LEARN RIGHT (MENTOR)


1. Demonstrate deep and principled understanding of the learning processes and the
role of the teacher in facilitating these processes in their students.
2. Manifest a meaningful and comprehensive knowledge of the subject matter they will
teach.
3. Applies a wide range of teaching process skills (including curriculum development,
lesson planning and use of appropriate technology materials development,
educational assessment and teaching approaches).
4. Acquires direct experience in the field/classroom (classroom observations, teaching
assistance, practice teaching).
5. Practice the professional and ethical requirements of the profession.
6. Facilitates learning of diverse types of learning environments using a wide range of
teaching knowledge and skills.
7. Reflects on the relationships of the teaching process skills, the learning processing in
the students, the nature of the content/subject matter and the broader social forces
encumbering the school and educational processes in order to constantly improve
their teaching, knowledge, skills and practices.
8. Creates innovates alternative teaching approaches, takes informed risks in trying out
this innovative approaches and evaluates the effectiveness of such approaches in
improving student learning.
9. Continues to learn in order to teach, to learn, ro better fulfill their mission as teachers.
GENERAL OBJECTIVES
1. Orient the prospective teacher with the functions of the school and the classroom in
actual situation.
2. Familiarize him/her with teaching materials and techniques.
3. Acquaint him/her with the techniques and devices for studying learners behavior and
for appraising and evaluating all phases of their growth and development.
4. Deepen and broaden his/her insights into the concepts, theories, principles and
processes of teaching and learning.
5. Give him/her the opportunity to put into practice the theories and principles learned in
the Professional Education courses.
6. Provide him/her with the opportunity to develop more effective methods and
techniques of teaching.
7. Develop on him/her professional approaches to teaching.
8. Provide him/her with experiences for building school community relationships.
9. Provide him/her with leadership experience in the school and in the community.
10. Enables him to study problems that beset the school.
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES
1. Give an opportune time for the student teacher to become familiar with the various
aspects of class work.
2. Provide him/her with the opportunities to observe how principles of learning and
teaching are implemented.
3. Acquaint him/her with the mission and the philosophy of the school and its work, staff,
physical plant, equipment and facilities.
4. Integrate meaningfully concepts, theories and processes of learning and teaching.
5. Apply techniques and devices for studying learners behavior and for appraising and
evaluating all phases of their growth and development.

6. Acquaint him/her with the preparation and effective use of instructional materials and
the care and maintenance of laboratory equipment.
7. Enable him/her to build school community relationships.
8. Give him/her a chance to undergo rich and varied experience through participation
in class work and special school assignments like attending the Homeroom guidance
and PTA activities, ground and room guiding interest clubs.
9. Help him/her develop skills in performing varied classroom activities.
10. Assist him/her to develop a sense of readiness and confidence in assuming teaching
responsibilities.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILTIES OF THE STUDENT TEACHER
The Student teacher should have the following responsibilities:
1. Observe the Code of Ethics for Professional Teachers.
2. Come to school well groomed and properly dressed, image of the modest teacher.
3. Observe punctuality throughout the duration of the school practicum.
4. Participate actively on all the school related activities.
5. Notify the Cooperating Teacher of his/her absences in case of emergencies
accordingly.
6. Suggest for the improvement routine practices that may be overlooked by the
Cooperating Teacher.
7. Be responsible, objective and open to constructive criticisms.
8. Be a good role model to students.
9. Respect the dignity of children and their rights to human rights.
10. Make teaching more meaningful by using appropriate teaching methods and
creativity.
11. Be prepared before teaching at all times.
12. Settle all financial obligations to the cooperating school.
13. Return all the borrowed materials to the cooperating teacher before the term ends.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILTIES OF THE SUPERVISOR OF THE STUDENT TEACHERS
The supervisor of the student teachers shall have the following duties and responsibilities:
1. Prepare the program of activities of the student teacher.
2. Coordinate with the DepEd Regional Director and the Schools Division Superintendent
of the division where the cooperating school is situated.
3. Prepare and implement communications between the school and the Division Office
of the DepEd.
4. Coordinates with heads/principals of the cooperating school regarding the activities
and needs of the student teacher relative to their practice teaching.
5. Prepare the student teacher for the Off Campus work through orientation, meetings,
conferences, lectures, etc.
6. Conduct regular observations and evaluations of the performance of the student
teacher in their practice teaching.
7. Coordinate regularly with the cooperating teachers regarding the performance of the
student teachers.
8. Conduct exit interviews/case studies of the student teachers.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILTIES OF THE SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
The School Principal should have the following responsibilities:
1. Must conduct regular conference with the cooperating teacher with regards to the
performance of the student teacher.
2. Must coordinate with the supervisor of the student teacher regarding the student
teachers concern.
3. Should show concern to the welfare of the student teacher.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILTIES OF THE CRITIC TEACHERS


The Cooperating Teacher shall have the following responsibilities:
1. Serve as a role model to the student teacher.
2. Assist the student teacher in molding the skills of the following aspects.
a.)
Lesson planning
b.)
Used of varied strategies/approaches/techniques.
c.)
Classroom management
d.)
Assessment of the students
e.)
Questioning techniques
f.)
Preparation of instructional materials.
g.)
Preparation of examinations
h.)
Accomplishments of examinations.
3. Observe and evaluate the performance of the student teacher and give feedback on
the regular basis to the principal.
4. Conduct and keep record of observations and post conferences made with the
student teacher.
5. Give the student teacher the opportunity to improve his/her interpersonal relationships.
GETTING READY FOR STUDENT TEACHING
What are some of the specific things you can do to get ready for it? In order to
create favorable conditions for your success in student teaching, suggestions are offered.
1. There should be no other academic load other than student teaching.
No one can estimate how many hours you will need to set aside each day of
the week for student teaching. You can expect that the number of hours will increase as
your work in student teaching continues. You will take over some of the work of your
supervising teacher.
2. Recognize that your success depends upon on your ability to work effectively with
others. To aid you in getting ready for this, the following suggestions are presented.
Be courteous, cooperative and tactful.
Be a pleasant cheerful, willing and enthusiastic worker.
Respect the judgment of the supervising teacher.
Be objective. Accept constructive criticism without feeling hurt.
Be professional. Avoid gossip and criticism.
Be tolerant of any limitation you find in the cooperating teacher. Do not expect
him/her to be a perfect teacher for like other human beings he/she may have
some shortcomings. Above all, do not attempt to improve him/her.
Look for opportunities to assist the supervising teacher and to be of service to this
school. Take advantage of the opportunities you find.
Be dependable. Do what you are expected to do and give the best of your ability
at the time it needs to be done.
3. Recognize the school which you are to be assigned, expects you to maintain a high
standards of personal conduct, appearance and efficiency.
4. Begin your work with a determination to conquer weaknesses and to profit your
criticism.
5. Bear in mind that in every activity a teacher undertakes, he/she needs to plan it
carefully.
6. Formulate for yourself a list of aims that you will strive to achieve as a student teacher.
THE STUDENT TEACHER WILL PROFIT FROM THE FOLLOWING MEASURES
Preparation for Student Teaching

1. PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS the student teacher gets a feeling of the atmosphere of


the classroom and should secure specific information regarding classroom procedure.
He/she will discover certain tasks to be undertaken including assisting the supervising
teacher in:
Knowing and memorizing the names of the children.
Having a daily program.
Knowing the standards of behavior being utilized by the teacher and students in
such situations as group discussions, making reports and used of free time.
Knowing the classroom facilities.
Knowing classroom routines.
2. EARLY PARTICIPATION before actual teaching, the student teacher participates
actively in various classroom activities such as:
Making a seat plan
Assisting in arranging and distributing materials
Giving assistance to individuals and small groups as suggested by the school
campus.
Assisting the children in the playground and elsewhere within the school campus.
Correcting test papers.
Assisting the various activities inside and outside the school campus.
3. STUDYING CHILDREN some student teacher keep individual card for each child and
record observations from time to time like:
Birth date and place
Mental age IQ test
Achievement test
The school attended and the number of days of attendance
Occupation of parents
Name and addresses of parents or guardians
Grades and comments of former teachers
The childs behavior.
4. LEARNING SCHOOL POLICIES AND REGULATIONS
There are several school policies and regulations that should be learned and
followed during student teaching. By becoming familiar with them, the student
teacher will learn a great deal about the teachers responsibilities in school
administration.
5. SURVEYING INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES
The purpose of this survey is to assure him/her the best materials and methods
available. Furthermore, he/she will find this helpful when he/she accepts his/her first
assignment in locating, organizing and utilizing a complete set of instructional
resources. Examples:
Course of study
Units of work
Basic textbook
Teachers manual
Supplementary materials
Audio visual materials
6. LIBRARY RESOURCES
The student teacher should visit the library and check resources that he/she can
use in teaching like magazines, newspapers, records, clippings and reference books.
A. By the school administration
a. Get acquainted with the total school program.
Example: pupils club, after school activities, using of playground

b. Maintaining and improving school community relationships needs attention


in student teaching good relations with the parents of the children.
c. Note the kind of neighborhood or the kind of community in which the school is
located.
d. Follow policies promulgated by the DepEd and the school.
e. View student teaching a realistic teaching experience. Act like a teacher,
approach your class as a teacher should and be proud to be a teacher.
B. By the supervising teacher
a. Feel free to talk things over and to ask for help and suggestions.
b. Be mature and give evidence of a good cultural background in all
relationships with children and co workers.
c. Have a background of information about the extra curricular activities.
d. Teaching plans should be handed in before the day of student teaching.
e. Be punctual.
f. Get acquainted with the establishment classroom routines such as checking
attendance, returning papers to students etc.
g. Take care of classroom and instructional materials.
h. Consider the students level of understanding.
i. Simplify and clarify questions and directions especially to make assignments.
C. By the supervisor
a. Take the initiative of approaching the supervising teacher to secure help and
advice.
b. Let nothing interfere with your work in student teaching.
c. Be careful of appearance, used of language , manners and speech.
d. Examine yourself as your supervising teacher, student and other see you.

EXPECTATIONS OF CHILDREN
Dress like regular teacher.
Act like an adult at all times.
Be friendly, helpful and firm when teaching.
Know the facts of what you teach.
Explain the work.
Give the children a chance to ask questions and give their ideas.
We dont like to be ridiculed or embarrassed, dont be sarcastic.
Treat them fairly and squarely, no favorites.
Have more dos than donts.
Have different thing for them to do.
REMINDERS TO THE INTERN
INITIAL REMINDERS
A. Secure your letter of assignment from the Deans office/ College of Education.
B. Present endorsement to the District Supervisor or in his absence to the Principal. Be sure
however to report to the District Supervisor once he/she comes in. always go as a
group.
C. Report to your Cooperating teacher upon instruction by the Principal or intern
coordinator.
D. While in school, do the following:
1. Get acquainted with the teachers routine.
- Class schedule
- Arrival and departure time
- Flag ceremony
- Conducting students in and out of the classroom
- Care and maintenance of the room
2. Get acquainted with the students
- Their names
- Seating arrangements

- Physical characteristics
- Mental characteristics slow or average, fast learner
- Social characteristics friendly, quarrelsome, etc.
- Emotional characteristics shy, nervous, assertive, etc.
- Family background economic status, education, occupation, etc.
3. Get acquainted with the school officials and teachers. Be polite. Use the correct
title in addressing them.
E. Work out tentative schedule of activities and prepare a copy for each, the Principal,
College Supervisor and Cooperating Teacher. Indicate the following:
Observation work
Schedule teaching
Auxiliary services
Community work
GENERAL REMINDERS
A. PROFESSIONAL ATITUDE
Take pride in the work before you.
Start with the assurance that your cooperating teacher will not expect
impossible from you.
Be aware that with your willingness to accept guidance, there are always those
who are eager to help. Do not hesitate to approach them (your fellow interns,
cooperating teacher, principal, assistant principal, college supervisor, etc.
B. OTHERS
Attend PTA and Teachers meetings.
Tell the true reason if you cannot do what is being asked of you by your
cooperating school.
Find a way of informing the office of the principal and your cooperating
teacher if you will not be able to report for the day (by phone, personally, by
letter send through a friend or relative). Do it first hour in the morning. Remind
your cooperating teacher and principal a day before about your schedule to
report to the College for the mid quarter seminar and consultation.
TEACHING PARAPHERNALIA
The teacher is expected to know his duties and responsibilities inside and outside the school
campus. It includes the following:
Lesson plans
Instructional materials
Class record
School forms
Observation sheets
Others that may be recognize
Information that student teacher should be familiar with:
Physical plant and facilities
Organizational structure
Policies and regulation
Calendar of activities
Grading system
THE STUDENT TEACHING PROGRAM
CHED Memorandum Order (CMO) No. 30 series of 2004 specifies that standard for
Teacher Education Courses in the country. It emphasizes quality Pre Service Teacher
Education as a key factor in the quality Philippine education.

All Private Higher Institution (PHELs) and government supported institution (e.i state
universities and colleges (SUCs) and local colleges and are strongly encouraged to strictly
adhere to the provisions of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).
Specifically, the Teacher Education Program is expected to produce graduates who
meet the standards set by the CHED (CMO no. 30, series of 2004 Article IV Competency
Standards) which defines that the graduates of the Bachelor in Elementary Education (BEEd)
and Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd).
Have the basic and higher level of literacy, communication, numeracy, critical
thinking and learning skills needed for higher learning.
Have a deep and principled understanding of the learning process and the role of
the teacher in facilitating these processes in their students.
Have a meaningful and comprehensive knowledge of the subject matter they will
teach.
Apply a wide range of teaching processes, skills (including curriculum development,
lesson planning, materials development, educational assessments and teaching
approaches.
Have direct experience in the field of classroom (e.g classroom observations,
teaching assistance, practice teaching).
Demonstrate and practice the ethical requirements of the teaching profession.
Facilitate learning of diverse types of learners in diverse types of learning
environments using wide range of teaching knowledge and skills.
Reflect on the relationships among teaching process skills, the learning processing in
the students, the nature of the contents/subject matter and the broader social faces
encumbering the school and educational processes in order to constantly improve
their teaching knowledge, skills and practices.
Be creative and innovative thinking of alternative teaching approaches and
evaluate the effectiveness of such approaches in improving student learning.
Willing and capable to continue learning in order to better fulfill their mission as
teachers.
NATURE OF THE PROGRAM
Practice Teaching of the student teaching program is designed to provide would
be teachers the opportunities to apply the principles and strategies of teaching and
evaluation in actual teaching learning situation, utilization of appropriate teaching
techniques and instructional materials. The experiences during this period will develop
competencies in teaching as student teacher is guided by supervising teacher who will be
keenly observing and guiding him to be worked and fulfill his/her duties as that of a full
pledged teacher.
Constructive, effective and intelligent work is expected of a student as he/she is
performs his/her task. Undoubtedly, the student teacher will find joy and fulfillment as he/she
succeed in his/her task as much as his/her cooperating teacher.
SCOPE
Practice Teaching is a semestral course that covers three period namely orientation,
off campus/school work and evaluation phase.
It is expected that in the orientation phase, the student are given the general picture
of the student teaching program in preparation of the off campus work. This is the period
when the student teacher has the idea and be preparing by the following:
School where will be assigned.

Duties and responsibilities in the off campus school.


Teaching to the paraphernalia to prepare before the Practice Teaching Proper.
Expectation in the cooperating school.
Develop personal and professional qualities that the beginner teacher should have.
Personality, behavior and communicative skills.
Familiar with the laboratory school where he/she will be immersed.
Ready with the program activities to be undertaken during his/her practice teaching.

During the school immersion (off campus school work), it is expected that the
student teacher shall undergo other experience related to teaching functions. It is during this
period that the student teacher has to prepare to the work in the off campus school.

The following should be considered:


School where will be assigned.
Duties and responsibilities in the off campus school.
Actual teaching
Disciplining the student
How to apply the teaching learning principles, strategies in teaching, preparing
instructional materials, handling individual differences.

The evaluation period commencement at the end of the off campus practice
teaching is the final assessment of the student teacher performance. It also includes:
Demonstration teaching
Submission of records and forms required by the cooperating teacher
Submission of the narrative and research report and the like

SELECTION OF THE COOPERATING SCHOOLS


The cooperating school may be selected by the TEI in consultation with the Regional
Director and Schools Division Superintendent of the Division of the Department of Education
(DepEd) where school is located. Base on the following criteria, a school may be chosen as
cooperating school if:
a. It offers the program in which the student teacher is to practice.
b. It is a high performing school (academic) as certified by the Schools Division
Superintendent.
c. It has Master Teachers/Excellent Teachers who can provide the best mentoring to
the student teacher.
d. It is accessible to the students.
SELECTION OF THE COOPERATING TEACHERS
To ensure that the student teacher will get the most out of student teaching, only the
most capable teacher should be chosen as the cooperating teacher.
Cooperating teacher may be selected based from the following criteria:
a. Should have at least five years of teaching experience.
b. Should have a Performance Rating of a Very Satisfactory for five years.
c. Should be a major of the learning where the student major is applied (for
secondary level).
d. Should be a person of integrity as certified by the school principal.
e. Should be willing to take responsibility in training and mentoring the student
teacher.
f. Has been or is a demonstration teacher at least in the school level.

DEFINITION OF TERMS
ACTUAL TEACHING PERIOD is the period where the observation and participation lead to
actual teaching. It is the phase on which the total responsibility of the cooperating teacher is
given to his/her student teacher.
ART EDUCATION deals with the study of the principles and elements of arts and design.
CLASS RECORD is a document where the performance of the student is written.
COOPERATING SCHOOL affiliate and off campus whose facilities are used for practice
teaching thru a Memorandum of Agreement.
COOPERATING TEACHER an experience teacher in the local school system to work, guide
and supervisor the student teacher in his/her internship.
COURSE SYLLABUS contains the information/topics to be covered and manipulative skills to
be performed.
DAILY TIME RECORD is a written note filled up every day by the teacher with honor and
dignity the time of his/ her arrival and departure.
EVALUATION is judging the amount of value or amount of something by careful appraisal.
FINAL TEACHING DEMONSTRATION is a demonstration that shall showcase the extent to
which the objectives of the program have been achieve by the student teacher and
extended to demonstrate his/her supervisor and other observer.
LEARNING is a process of progressive modification and adoption of behavior. It is a mental
activity by which knowledge and skills acquired, retained and applied.
LESSON small unit of learning containing enough teaching materials taught in one single
lesson.
LESSON PLAN is a written guide used by the teacher provided by the specific objectives
with a procedure to accomplish the aims with in a session.
MOTIVATION is the process of arousing the students attention and interest towards a
definite goal.
NARRATIVE REPORT is a requirement for graduating student on Teacher Education consisting
of all the activities during the actual practice teaching. It is the compilation of all the
activities which substantiate the student teacher qualifies and its qualification.
OFF CAMPUS is a term given to an individual who is taking up education and having his
practice teaching outside the mother college.
ORIENTATION SEMINAR is a program conducted before the start of practice teaching that
aims to orient the student teacher by the student teaching supervisor.
OUTSTANDING STUDENT TEACHER is the student who performed excellently and remarkable
during the period of his practice teaching.
POST CONFERENCE meeting of all the concerned observer in which everyone share in
giving constructive criticism and remedial recommendation, comments and suggestion to
the weakness of the demonstrator.
PRACTICE TEACHING is designed only those actual activities involved in actual teaching by
a student teacher.

TEACHING DEMONSTRATION showcase the extent to which the objectives of the program
have been achieved by the student teacher to demonstrate his/her ability to teach a
specific lesson in the presence of his/her supervisor and other observers.
TEACHING METHOD is a combination of teacher and student activities supported by the
best available resources to produce an atmosphere where learning can take place.
TEACHING TECHNIQUE is any means used by the teacher to make the teaching method
effective.
PRINCIPLE is a comprehensive law or doctrine on which the basic teaching skill in making a
critical analysis of the various problems related to the teaching is acquired.
PROFESSION is a vocation that is distinguished by a formal code of ethics and with a
maximum entrance of requirements of at least two years of professional teaching.
STUDENT TEACHER - is an individual studying to be a teacher, engaged in student teaching
activities under the guidance and supervision of the administration.
STUDENT TEACHING PROGRAM is a period of guided teaching job which provides a
prospective teaching requirement during on orientation participation and actual teaching
under continuous guidance and supervision of the cooperating teacher and the college.
STUDENT TEACHER SUPERVISOR a teacher who will assist the teaching performance of the
student teacher.
TEACHING is a profession having a purposeful effort to hold the learner.

RESOLUTION NO. 435 SERIES OF 1997


Pursuant to the provisions of Paragraph (e), Article II.of R.A. No. 7836, otherwise known
as the Philippines Teachers Professionalization Act of 1994 and Paragraph (a), Section 6,
P.D. No. 223, as amended, the Board for Professional Teachers.
PREAMBLE
Teachers are duly licensed professional who possess dignity and reputation with high
moral values as well as technical and professional competence. In the practice of their
noble profession, they strictly adhere to, observe, and practice this set of ethical and moral
principles, standard, and values.
ARTICLE 1 SCOPE AND LIMITATIONS
Section 1. The Philippine Constitution provides that all educational institutions shall offer
quality education for all Filipino citizens, a vision that requires professionally competent
teachers committed to is full realization. The provisions of this Code shall apply, therefore to
all teachers in all schools in the Philippines.

Section 2. This Code covers all public and private school teachers in all educational
institutions at the pre-school, primary, elementary, and secondary levels whether academic,
vocational, special, technical, or non-formal. The term teacher shall include industrial art or
vocational teachers and all other persons performing supervisory and/or administrative
functions in all school at the aforesaid levels, whether on full-time or part-time basis.
ARTICLE II THE TEACHER AND THE STATE
Section 1. The schools are the nurseries of the state. Each teacher is a trustee of the cultural
and educational heritage of the nation and is under obligation to transmit to learners such
heritage as well as to elevate national morality, promote national pride, cultivate love of
country, instil allegiance to the Constitution and respect for all duly constituted authorities,
and promote obedience to the laws of the state.
Section 2. Every teacher or school official shall actively help or carry out the declared
policies of the state, and shall take an oath to this effect.
Section 3. In the interest of the state of the Filipino people as much as of his own. Every
teacher shall be physically, mentally, and morally fit.
Section 4. Every teacher shall possess and actualize full commitment and devotion to duty.
Section 5. A teacher shall not engage in the promotion of any political, religious, or other
partisan interest, and shall not directly, or indirectly, solicit, require, collect, or receive any
money, service, other valuable material from any person or entity for such purposes.
Section 6. Every teacher shall vote and shall exercise all other constitutional rights and
responsibilities.
Section 7. A teacher shall not use his position or official authority of influence to coerce any
other person to follow any political course of action.
Section 8. Every teacher shall enjoy academic freedom and shall have the privilege of
sharing the product of his researches and investigations, provided that if the results are
inimical to the declared policies of the State, they shall be drawn to the proper authorities for
appropriate remedial action.
ARTICLE III
THE TEACHER AND THE COMMUNITY
Section 1. A teacher is a facilitator of learning and of the development of the youth; he shall,
therefore, render the best services by providing an environment conductive to such learning.
Section 2. Every teacher shall provide leadership and initiative to actively participate in
community movements for moral, social, educational, economic, and civic betterment.
Section 3. Every teacher shall merit reasonable social recognition for which purposes he shall
behave and dignity at all times and refrain from such activities as gambling, smoking,
drunkenness and other excesses, much less illicit relations.
Section 4. Every teacher shall help- the school keep the people in the community, and shall,
therefore, study and understand local customs and traditions in order to have a sympathetic
attitude, therefore, refrain from disparaging the community.
Section 5. Every teacher shall help the school keep the people in the community informed
about the schools work and accomplishments as well as its needs and problems.
Section 6. Every teacher is an intellectual leader in the community especially in the
barangay, and shall welcome the opportunity to provide such leadership when needed, to
extend counselling services, as appropriate, and to actively involve in matters affecting the
welfare of the people.
Section 7. Every teacher shall maintain harmonious and pleasant personal and official
relations with other professionals, with the government officials, and with the people,
individually or collectively.
Section 8. A teacher possesses freedom to attend church and worship, as appropriate, but
shall not use his position and influence to proselyte others

ARTICLE IV
THE TEACHER AND THE PROFESSION
Section 1. Every teacher shall actively help insure that teaching is the noblest profession, and
shall manifest genuine enthusiasm and pride in teaching as a noble calling.
Section 2. Every teacher shall uphold the highest possible standards of quality education,
shall make the best preparation for the career of teaching, and shall be at his best at all
times in the practice of his profession.
Section 3. Every teacher shall participate in the continuing professional education (CPE)
program of the Professional Regulation Commission, and shall pursue such studies as will
improve his efficiency, enhance the prestige of the profession, and strengthen his
competence, virtues, and productivity in order to be nationally and internationally
competitive.
Section 4. Every teacher shall help, if duly authorized, to seek support for the school, but shall
not make improper misrepresentations through personal advertisement and other
questionable means.
Section 5. Every teacher shall use the teaching profession in a manner that makes it a
dignified means for earning a descent living.
ARTICLE V
THE TEACHER AND THE TEACHING COMMUNITY
Section 1. Teachers 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.
Section 2. A teacher is not entitled to claim for work not of his own, and shall give due credit
for the work of others which he may use.
Section 3. Before living his position, a teacher shall organize and leave to his successor such
records and data as are necessary to carry on the work.
Section 4. A teacher shall hold inviolate all confidential information concerning associates
and the school, and shall not divulge to any one documents which have not yet been
officially released, or remove records from the files without official permission.
Section 5. It shall be the responsibility of every teacher to seek correctives for what may
appear unprofessional and unethical conduct of any associate. This may be done only if
there is inconvertible evidence for such conduct.
Section 6. A teacher may submit to the proper authorities any justifiable criticism against an
associate, preferably in writing, without violating any right of the individual concerned.
Section 7. A teacher may apply for a vacant position for which he is qualified, provided that
he respects the system of selection on the basis of merit and competence, provided, further,
that all qualified candidates are given the opportunity to be considered.
ARTICLE VI
THE TEACHER AND HIGHER AUTHORITIES IN THE PHILIPPINES
Section 1. A teacher shall make it his duty to make an honest effort to understand and
support the legitimate policies of the school and the administration regardless of professional
feeling or private opinion and shall faithfully carry them out.
Section 2. A teacher shall not make any false accusation or charges against superiors,
especially under anonymity. However, if there are valid charges, he should present such
under oath to competent authority.
Section 3. A teacher shall transact all official business through channels except when
especial condition warrant a different procedure, such as when reforms are advocated but
are opposed by the immediate superior, in which case the teachers shall appeal directly to
the appropriate higher authority.

Section 4.A teacher, individually or as part of the group, has a right to seek redress against
injustice and discriminations, and to the extent possible, shall raise his grievances within
democratic processes. In doing so, he shall avoid jeopardizing the interest and welfare of
learners whose right to learn must be respected.
Section 5. A teacher has a right to invoke the principle that appointments, promotions, and
transfer of teachers are made only on the basis of merit and need in the interest of service.
Section 6. A teacher who accepts a position assumes a contractual obligation to live up to
his contract, assuming full knowledge of the employment terms and condition.
ARTICLE VII
SCHOOL OFFICIALS, TEACHERS, AND OTHER PERSONNEL
Section 1. School officials shall at all times show professional courtesy, helpfulness, and
sympathy towards teachers and other personnel, such practice being standards of effective
school supervision, dignified administration, responsible leadership and enlightened
direction.
Section 2. School officials, teachers and other school personnel shall consider it their
cooperative responsibility to formulate policies or introduce important changes in the system
at all levels.
Section 3. School official shall encourage and attend to the professional growth of all
teachers under them such as recommending them for promotion, giving them due
recognition for meritorious performance, and allowing them to participate in conferences
and training programs.
Section 4. No school official shall dismiss or recommend for dismissal a teacher or other
subordinates except for cause.
Section 5. School authorities concerned shall ensure that public school teachers are
employed in accordance with pertinent civil service rules, and private school teachers are
issued contracts specifying the terms and conditions of their work, provided that they are
given, if qualified, subsequent permanent tenure, in accordance with existing laws, and
provided, further that they are duly registered and license professional teachers.
ARTICLE VIII
THE TEACHER AND LEARNERS
Section 1. A teacher has the right and duly determined the academic marks and the
promotion of learners in the subject they handle. Such determination shall be in accordance
with generally accepted producers of evaluation and measurement. In case of any
complaint, teachers concerned shall immediately take appropriate actions, observing the
process.
Section 2. A teacher shall recognize that the interest and welfare of learners are his first and
foremost concern and shall handle each learner justly and impartially.
Section 3. Under no circumstances shall a teacher be prejudiced nor discriminatory against
learner.
Section 4.A teacher shall not accept favours or gifts from learners, their parents or others in
their behalf in exchange for requested concessions, especially if underserved.
Section 5. A teacher shall not accept, directly or indirectly, any remuneration from tutorials
other than what is authorized for such service.
Section 6. A teacher shall base the evaluation of learners work on merit and qualify of
academic performance.
Section 7. In a situation where mutual attraction and subsequent love develop between
teacher and learner, the teacher shall exercise utmost professional discretion to avoid
scandal, gossip, and preferential treatment of the learner.
Section 8. A teacher shall not inflict corporal punishment on offending learners nor make
deduction on their scholastic ratings as a punishment for acts which are clearly not
manifestations of poor scholarship.

Section 9. A teacher shall ensure that the conditions contributively to the maximum
development of learners are adequate, and shall extend needed assistance in preventing or
solving learners problem and difficulties.
ARTICLE IX
THE TEACHER AND PARENTS
Section 1. A teacher shall establish and maintain cordial relations with parents and shall
conduct himself to merit their confidence and respect.
Section 2. A teacher shall inform their parents, through proper authorities, of the progress of
deficiencies of learners under him exercising utmost candor and tact in pointing out
learners deficiencies and in seeking parents cooperation for the proper guidance and
improvement of learners.
Section 3. A teacher shall hear parents complaints with sympathy and understanding, and
shall discouraged unfair criticism.
ARTICLE X
THE TEACHER AND BUSINESS
Section 1. A teacher has a right to engage, directly or indirectly, in legitimate income
generation, provided that it does not relate to or adversely affect his work.
Section 2. A teacher shall maintain a good reputation with respect to financial matters such
as in settlement of his debts, loans and other financial affairs.
Section 3. No teacher shall act, directly or indirectly, as agent of, or be financially interested
in, any commercial venture which furnish textbooks and other school commodities in the
purchase or disposal of which he can exercise official influence, except only when his
assignments is inherently related to such purchase and disposal, provided that shall be in
accordance with existing regulations.

ARTICLE XI
THE TEACHER AS A PERSON
Section 1.A teacher shall live with dignity at all times.
Section 2. A teacher shall place premium upon self-respect and self-discipline of personal
behaviour in all relationship with others in all situations.
Section 3. A teacher shall maintain at all times a dignified personality which could serve
model worthy of emulation by learners, peers and others.
Section 4. A teacher shall always recognize the Almighty God or Being as a guide of his own
destiny and of the destinies of men and nations.
ARTICLE XII
DISCIPLINARY ACTION
Section 1. Any violation of any provision of his Code shall be sufficient ground for the
imposition against the erring teacher of disciplinary action consisting of revocation of his
Certificate of Registration and License as Professional Teacher, suspension from the practice
of teaching profession, reprimand, or cancellation of his temporary/special permit under
causes specified in Sec. 23, Article III or R.A. No. 7836, and under rule 31, Article VIII, of the
rules and Regulations Implementing R.A. No. 7836.

#563, ZONE 7, STO. DOMINGO, CALABANGA, CAMARINES SUR


MOBILE NUMBER: +639093764419
EMAIL ADDRESS: gemmarestrella@yahoo.com

OBJECTIVES
To be able to..
1. show my abilities as a young and competent individual in performing not only the
given task but also extending to the best that I could.
2. acquire more real life knowledge and experiences and,
3. practice professionalism in dealing with others.

I.

SKILLS
1. Computer literate
2. Conversant with Microsoft Office applications and internet
3. Able to write reports and other related tasks
4. Able to communicate and understand English language

II.

PERSONAL INFORMATION
Nickname

: Mar

Birthday

: June 8, 1991

Birthplace

: Calabanga, Camarines Sur

Age

: 23 yrs. old

Sex

: Male

Citizenship

: Filipino

Religion

: Roman Catholic

Civil Status

: Single

Height

: 54 ft.

Weight

: 132 lbs.

Name of Father

: Martin Campo Estrella Sr.()

Name of Mother

: Genara Cabrera Combate

Language Spoken

: Bikol, Filipino and English

III.

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
TERTIARY

:
Bachelor of Secondary Education
Major in Biological Sciences
Calabanga Community College
Sta. Cruz, Calabanga Camarines Sur
2010 2014

SECONDARY :
Union National High School
Sto. Domingo, Calabanga, Camarines Sur
2004 2008
ELEMENTARY :
Union Elementary School
San Lucas, Calabanga, Camarines Sur
1996 2004
IV.

WORKING EXPERIENCES
CUSTOMER SERVICE SPECIALIST - OPERATIONS
Concentrix Philippines/ Sears Canada
2F Romar Building 3, Ninoy Cory Avenue CBDII, Barangay Triangulo,
Naga City, Philippines
September 9, 2014 December 31, 2014
SUBJECT TEACHER (IC ST)
Calabanga National High School
Sta. Cruz, Calabanga, Camarines Sur
December 2013 January 2014
SUBJECT TEACHER (OC ST)
Quipayo High School
San Antonio, Quipayo, Calabanga, Camarines Sur
January March 2014
OFFICE CLERK
Department of Agriculture LGU Calabanga
San Pablo, Calabanga, Camarines Sur
May June 2013
SERVICE CREW
GNM Food Express
Lilac Street, Marikina City
July 2008 June 2009

V.

TRAININGS AND SEMINARS ATTENDED/CONDUCTED


FACILITATOR
3-Day Enhancement Program and Seminar on Information and
Communication Technology
Sumaoy Integrated School
Sumaoy, Garchitorena, Camarines Sur
November 27 29, 2014

PARTICIPANT
Orientation Seminar on School Based Management (SBM) &
School Governing Council Organization (SGC)
Quipayo High School
San Antonio, Calabanga, Camarines Sur
February 7, 2014
PROPONENT & FACILITATOR
I Teach 2013 Developing Pre-Service Teacher Education, 3-Day
Seminar-Workshop Updating Pre-Service Educators
Calabanga National High School
Sta. Cruz, Calabanga, Camarines Sur
October 10 12, 2013
PARTICIPANT
2-Day Training on Assessment & Observation of Classes for the
Implementation of K-12 Curriculum
Calabanga National High School
Sta. Cruz, Calabanga, Camarines Sur
August 16 17, 2013
PARTICIPANT
District Seminar-Workshop on Theatre Arts
Medroso Mendoza National high School
November 30 December 2, 2012
PARTICIPANT
10th Philippine Youth Congress on Information Technology (Y4iT)
UP Film Institute, University of the Philippines
UP Diliman, Quezon City
September 12, 2012

VI.

ORGANIZATIONAL AFFILIATIONS
1. ADMINISTRATOR
Mag TIriGSIKan Kita Online Group
www.facebook.com/ smnmb.groups@facebook.com
2012 up to present
2. MEMBER
Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voters (PPCRV)
St. Peregrine Parish
Sto. Domingo, Calabanga, Camarines Sur
2010 up to present
3. MEMBER/ PERFORMER
CCC Dancers
2011 2013
4. SENATOR
College Supreme Student Council (CSSC)
Calabanga Community College
2010 2013

5. VICE PRESIDENT
National Service Training Program Civic Welfare Training
Service (NSTP - CWTS)
Class of 2011
Calabanga Community College
2010 2011
VII.

CHARACTER REFERENCE
1. ZELDA ABLAZA ROBLES, Ed.D
Dean, College of Education
Calabanga Community College
2. GREGORIA VELEZ OLAYON Ed.D
College Registrar/Assistant College Administrator
Calabanga Community College

I hereby certify the correctness of the aforementioned information to the best of my


knowledge and beliefs.

GEMMAR COMBATE ESTRELLA


Applicant

ZELDA A. ROBLES, ED.D


STUDENT TEACHING SUPERVISOR

MR. DANILO A. TERROBIAS


COOPERATING PRINCIPAL

MRS. LEONIDA P. JURIA


SCIENCE DEPARTMENT CHAIRMAN

MS. FILIPINA C. GUTIERREZ


COOPERATING TEACHER

MS. CATHERINE P. BLANCE


COOPERATING TEACHER

MS. CATHERINE O. CEA


CO-STUDENT TEACHER

MS. NYMMY A. FRANCISCO


CO-STUDENT TEACHER

STUDENT TEACHING
WAIVER
APPROVAL SHEET
STUDENT TEACHING
CERTIFICATION
CLEARANCE SHEET

As a response to the clamor of the working youth and the marginalized


sector of the society and in consonance with the provision of the 1987
Philippine Constitution that education should be accessible to all, Calabanga
Community College was established in 2002. Its opening was realized through
the efforts of then Municipal Mayor Ruben B. Medroso and the Calabanga
National High School Administration headed by then school principal Mr.
William Villare,Ed.D. with Mr. Nicomedes C. Florida, Zelda A. Robles, Eva C.
Malanyaon and Gregoria V. Olayon with the support of then Vice Mayor
Ramoncito R. Robles and Councilor Danilo N. Gonzales, Education Committee
Chairman and other local officials in coordination with DepEd and Commission
on Higher Education Regional Office No. V in Legazpi City.
In accordance with the pertinent provisions of Republic Act No. 7160
otherwise known as the Local Government Code of 1999 the Sangguniang
Bayan of Calabanga enacted Resolution No. 2002-147 creating the
Calabanga Community College. The Resolution together with the voluminous
supporting papers was submitted to CHED Regional Office No. V in Legazpi
City. After a series of documentary evaluation and ocular inspection of
facilities, a permit was granted on June 7, 2002 to operate two (2)
Baccalaureate Courses namely (1) Bachelor of Science in Secondary
Education (BSED) Major in Science and (2) Bachelor of Science in Business
Administration (BSBA) Major in Entrepreneurship .
This college conducts classes from 5:00 oclock pm to 9:00 oclock pm
daily and whole day of Saturday using the facilities of Calabanga National
High School as authorized in the memorandum of understanding between the
LGU of Calabanga and DepEd Camarines Sur duly approved by the School
Division Superintendent and the Regional Director.
The Calabanga Community College is committed to give opportunity to
the working youth to finish a degree program without giving up their
employment or by being economically productive at daytime and have their
studies in the evening. Students can continue their quest for a better life by
earning a college diploma that will make them competitive and productive
citizens in their own field of discipline.

The Calabanga Community Colleges seal speaks of the


ultimate goal of the college. The seals backdrop reveals the serenity
of San Miguel Bay, and delicately etched to create three (3) sails that
symbolize aids to fast advancement. Moreover, these sails also stand
for 3Cs - COMMITMENT, CREATIVITY, and COMPETENCE.
On the left of the sails are two (2) coconut trees, considered the
tree of life; and on the right is an open book, fully lighted by a flaming
torch, that every quest for wisdom be guided by the Almighty, for HE
IS LIGHT.
The three (3) figures - a teacher, a parent, and the center of the
educative process, the learner. Collaborative effort between the
school and the community is essential.

PHILOSOPHY
Calabanga Community College is dedicated to the
development of the total individual: committed, creative and
competent. It strongly believes that each and every individuals
uniqueness when appropriately tapped could ripple out smoothly
and give life its fullest meaning.

VISION
We have envisioned a higher learning institution complementing
and collaborating in serving as a key instrument active resource for
spiritual , moral, social; and sustainable economic development of
the family and society.

MISSION
The Calabanga Community College seeks to improve the quality
of life, by providing opportunity for the acquisition of knowledge and
formation of skills necessary to make the individual a productive
member of the society. It shall accelerate the development of
professionals and provide leadership in the various disciplines
required by a dynamic and self sustaining economy, and harness
the productive capacity of the countrys human resource base
towards international competitiveness.

INSTITUTIONAL GOALS
To accomplish its mission,
Calabanga Community College is committed to:
A. the realization of conviction that all persons, regardless of their status in life
are endowed with dignity, proceeding from what they are. Hence, all
personal and communal resources are harnessed to the promotion of this
dignity of persons, preferably both in school and in the community, whether
on the individual or collective level;
B. the advancement of national sustainable development goals toward an
improved quality of life , and the development of an empowered citizen,
ready to participate in the basic functions of society and the promotion of
traits and values desirable in the light of truly accepted principles of a
democratic society; and
C. the promotion of pedagogical principles that encourages creativity,
flexibility, discernment and critical thinking which will lead to the formation of
an enlightened and conscience citizen.

OBJECTIVES OF THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

The College of Education specifically aims to:


a. develop a wholesome personality in every prospective teacher who will in
turn assist in the development of his/her learners;
b. provide a broad general education designed for the development of future
teachers to work on their own field of specialization; and
c. equip future teachers with competence to assist them face personal and
school problems.

OBJECTIVES OF THE COLLEGE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP

The College of Entrepreneurship specifically aims to:


a. provide opportunities for future entrepreneurs to discover, understand and
develop their abilities and capabilities necessary in business;
b. develop high sense of integrity and high level of professionalism in the
business field; and
c. assist future entrepreneurs in the maximization of the use of talents and skills
in coping up with the industrys growing demand.

Lyrics: EVA CAMPANA MALANYAON


Melody: PRECIOSO ROSANA CARIO
I
Oh dear CCC, we sing unto thee
With hearts in gratitude and sincerity
For thy fountain of wisdom and love
That floweth for the whole humanity.
II
Hear, thy sons and daughters, to thee now pledge
To protect thy name and never shall fail
To perpetuate the teaching thou instilled
For God, for all mankind, for them HE wills.
Refrain:
Our true COMMITMENT be for thy glory
With COMPETENCE and CREATIVITY
Shall reign and ripple our to every soul
Oh Alma Mater dear, all hail to thee.
(Repeat I, II & Refrain, Then I)
.that floweth for the whole H U M A N I T Y.

ORGANIZATIONAL CHART
WILLIAM A. VILLARE, Ed.D
College Administrator

NICOMEDES C. FLORIDA, LLB


Administrative and Legal Officer

GREGORIA V. OLAYON, Ed.D


Assistant College Administrator
College Registrar
ZELDA A. ROBLES, Ed.D
Dean, College of Education

DANILO N. CAMPIL
Program Head, BSE, NSTP Coordinator

LILIA S. VIOLA, MBA


Assistant Program Head, BSE
DR. REY J. MILLENA
Medical Consultant

ALICIA F. GARCIA
College Librarian

ANTONIO A.
AZUELA
Instructor

ARISTEO T.
FERNANDEZ
Instructor

ANA N. CALISURA
Instructor

ANGEL B. BELLEZA
Instructor

RUBEN G. PEA
Instructor

EUSEBIO C.
GARCIA
Instructor

TERESITA P. VIOLA
Instructor

GLORIA L. AVILA
Instructor

JAIME B. DULCE
Instructor

WINAA L. SIERTE
Instructor

MA. ELENA G.
AZCARRAGA

LUNINGNING
PANGANIBAN

Instructor

Instructor

REXIEL L. AVILA
Instructor

GILBERT A.
FILIPINO
Instructor

FRANCE AILEEN C.
PENES
Instructor

KRISHNA F.
GARCIA
Instructor

MURIEL R. NEVIAR
Instructor

MYLENE R. NEVIAR
Instructor

The Quipayo High School was founded last 1997 by virtue


of Sangguniang Bayan 0-37a 1997 headed by Vice Mayor
Rafael B. Palma and Hon. Ramoncito R. Robles who is InCharge of the Committee on Education. Through the help of
Hon. Danilo S. Abalayan who happened to be the in-charge
of Quipayo areas, it has been requested by four Barangay
Captains namely Mr. Rolando Villadarez of La Purisima; Mr.
Angel Comia of San Antonio; Mr. Angeles Arcayera of Sta.
Cruz and Mr. Nilo Arcita of Sto Nino, to open and established
a secondary school, the QUIPAYO HIGH SCHOOL which will
cater the needs of their constituent so that their children can
avail of the Public Secondary Education pursuant to RA #
6655.
In 1997, it started with ninety (90) students, majority were
residents of Quipayo. The school occupied the house owned
by Mrs. Letecia Quinones who migrated in United States. After
seven years of operations, the governor of the province, Hon.
Luis R. Villafuerte donated 1.3 hectares as the new school site
of the school located at San Antonio Quipayo, Calabanga,
Camarines Sur.
Now it is the second biggest Secondary School in
Calabanga with the total enrolment of Seven Hundred
Twenty One (721) students being managed by twenty-five
faculty members and staffs.

This seal bears the name of the school, QUIPAYO HIGH


SCHOOL and end tail bears the place where the school is
located. The torch and the open book symbolize the
knowledge and launch for Triumph and success through the
collaborative effort of the students, teachers and parents and
community. 1997 is the year when the Quipayo High School
was founded.

MISSION

To provide an avenue for quality education through


Formal Basic Education and other line activities of
students in order to equip them with knowledge, skills,
attitudes, and values which will be used as their tools to
become God-Loving, Environmental Friendly and
workable individuals.

VISION

Quipayo high school a public secondary institution


committed to deliver academic excellence, cater the
needs of the community with a harmonious interaction
with parents, community and other line activities in
order to produce Globally Competitive Individuals

ORGANIZATIONAL CHART
DR. GILBERT T. SADSAD
Schools Division Superintendent

DR. NYMPHA D. GUEMO


Assistant Schools Division Superintendent

FERNADO C. MACARAIG
Area Supervisor

DANILO A. TERROBIAS
Secondary School Principal II

ACADEMIC CHAIRMAN

English
Filipino
Science
Mathematics
AralinPanlipunan
Mapeh
T.L.E.
Values Education

NENE E. ICARO
CHARENA DR. AGUILAR
LEONIDA P. JURIA
RIZA S. ASAGRA
MA. DIETY I. ARMENDI
ALLIA C. BON
NANET A. PREVOSA
GIGI T. MANALO

YEAR LEVEL CHAIRMAN

GRADE 7
GRADE 8
THIRD YEAR
FOURTH YEAR

Mylene R. Neviar
Novelyn N. Arceo
Estelita G. Tianela
Zaldy V. Papellera

SPECIAL ASSIGNMENT

School
Registrar

- NENE E. ICARO

SSG Adviser

- MA. DIETY I. ARMENDI

BAC
Chairman
BAC
ViceChairman
BAC Member
BAC Member
BAC
Secretariat

- FILIPINA C. GUTIERREZ

Asst.
Coordinator
Majorette
Coordinator
Asst.
Coordinator

DLC

- ELVIE N. SALVADOR
- ANGELICA A. ALAURIN

Maj.

- IVY ROSE A. RAMOS

- NANET A. PREVOSA

Canteen Manager

- IVY V. CERDON

- SHERRYL G. CASTOR
- RIZZA A. VERAA

BAC Secretariat
School Statistician
Librarian/
Head
BAC Secretariat
Property Custodian
(Designate)/
Ground Supervisor

- TEDDY A. BASUEL JR.


- FEONA A. BUELA

- LESLIE D. BALLON

BAC TWG

- LEONIDA P. JURIA

IT
Coordinator/
BAC TWG

- EUGENE T. ABRAGAN

GSP
Coordinator

- ESTELITA G. TIANELA

Religious
Coordinator

- CATHERINE P. BLANCE

DLC
Coordinator/
BAC Member

- MARIA CECILIA
BENOSA

A.

PESS Coordinator/
CAT Facilitator
School
Paper
Adviser/
Cultural
Coordinator
STEP Coordinator/
BAC TWG / BSP
Coordinator

- MARILOU M. LEE
- MANUEL P. SERGIO
- ALLIA C. BON
- ZALDY V. PAPELLERA
- RAMON M. BUELA

JANUARY MARCH 2013


DATE

NO. OF
SCHOOL
DAYS

January 03
10 - 11
19
18
25
26
February 01
6
15
18
22

19

25
March 6
14 15
16
17
20 21
22
25 29

ACTIVITY
Resumption of classes.
3rd Quarter
Examination
Culminating
performance of the
school
Homeroom PTA
Meeting
Early Enrollment Day
Classroom monitoring
Foundation Day
Junior and Senior Day
Preliminary Exam
4th Year Recollection
EDSA People Power
Revolution
NAT for 4th Year
Final Exam 4th Year
Culminating
performance of the
school
Final Exam for
Undergrad
Graduation Day/Last
day of Classes
Holy Week

SCHOOL ACTIVITIES
JANUARY MARCH 2013
DATE
ACTIVITIES
rd
JANUARY 3 Year & 4th Year Parents
11
Meeting
14
Pictorial for the Yearbook
16 17
3rd Quarter Periodical Exam
19
Party (Januarian)
30 31
Math Day
FEBRUARY
Foundation Day
07 08
15
JS Prom
Preliminary Examination
27 28
(4th Year)
MARCH 4 Preliminary Examination
5
(Undergrad)
78
Final Examination (4th Year)
8
CAT Graduation
Final Examination
11 - 12
(Undergrad)
Deliberation and
13 14
Finalization of Honors
15
Recognition Day
19
Graduation Day

CLASS SCHEDULE
VISUAL AIDS
STUDENT OUTPUTS
TABLE OF
SPECIFICATIONS
TEST PAPERS

Lesson Plan
Class Record
Form 138-A
Form 137-A
Form 1
Form 2
Form 18-A
Grade Sheets/
Summary Sheets
Test Papers
Performance Levels
Item Analysis
Daily Time Record

The teacher is cool and confident


The lesson plan is well-carried out
The teacher shown mastery of the subject matter
The classroom is clean and orderly
Congratulations for a job well-done
MS. MYLENE R. NEVIAR
Panelist 1
The teacher is well groomed and able to establish a friendly atmosphere. Prepared the visual
materials ahead of time
Delivered the lesson well
The classroom is well structured, conducive for learning
With colorful visual aids, with mastery of the lesson and provides varied activities that cater students
multiple intelligence. Congratulations!
MS. FILIPINA C. GUTIERREZ
Panelist 2
Teacher is well-prepared with the lesson and he uses colorful visual aids
The teacher shows outstanding readiness about the lesson
The classroom is clean and conducive for learning
The teacher is well-prepared, uses colorful visual aids, can get the attention of the students
MS. RIZZA A. VERA
Panelist 3
With a well-prepared visual aids and a unique instructional material known as IPAD XL Presentation
He employed varied activities in discussing the lesson. Unlock difficult words by writing its definitions
on the board for easy retention on the minds of the students
Shows mastery of the lesson. He leads the students to make generalizations. Avoid choral
recitations
The learning facilitator shows consistency in the delivery of the lesson, motivated the students using
the IPAD Presentation and using the model of the digestive system. Congratulations! Keep up the
good work.
MRS. CATHERINE P. BLANCE
Panelist 4
The teacher is well prepared in his lesson presented. Hes well prepared with all the materials used in
the discussion and is very colorful
The teacher makes use of a detailed lesson plan for his lesson. Varied techniques were used for
mastery of the lesson
The teacher is so relaxed and confident with the delivery of the lesson so with the students
The classroom is conducive for learning
DR. ZELDA A. ROBLES
Panelist 5

SUMMARY OF OBSERVATION RATINGS


DURING THE FINAL DEMO
-MARCH 7, 2014-

NAME OF PANELIST
1. Dr. Zelda A. Robles
2. Mrs. Catherine P. Blance
3. Ms. Rizza A. Vera

RATING

10
9.96
10

4. Ms. Filipina C. Gutierrez

9.94

5. Ms. Mylene R. Neviar

9.66

AVERAGE

9.912

GEMMAR COMBATE ESTRELLA


Student Teacher

SUMMARY OF OBSERVATION RATINGS


10 REGULAR DEMOs

NAME OF PANELIST

DATE

RATING

1. Catherine P. Blance

02-24-14

9.95

2. Filipina C. Gutierrez

02-20-14

9.41

3. Filipina C. Gutierrez

02-11-14

9.61

4. Catherine P. Blance

02-10-14

9.61

5. Filipina C. Gutierrez

02-10-14

9.47

6. Catherine P. Blance

02-06-14

9.72

7. Filipina C. Gutierrez

02-05-14

9.28

8. Filipina C. Gutierrez

02-03-14

9.72

9. Filipina C. Gutierrez

02-03-14

9.67

10. Catherine P. Blance

02-03-14

9.69

AVERAGE

9.613

GEMMAR COMBATE ESTRELLA


Student Teacher