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Balbino, Allyza EDUC 100

Fuertes, Alona Mae Philippine Educational System

Ramos, Steffi Eunice Professor Romina Beltran-Almazan
Solla, Eugene October 13, 2016

Teacher Interview and Class Observation

With this interview, the researchers will be able to:

1. Develop a deeper appreciation for the teaching profession
2. Explain the privileges, rights, responsibilities and challenges that come with the
teaching profession from someone who has a first-hand experience

1. Record different factors in the school, such as the classroom environment, the
class itself (includes teacher, lesson etc.), and others
2. Describe how teachers and students interact in a specific classroom
3. Determine the effectiveness of teaching methods used in accordance with the
standards / rubric set forth by the Department of Education
4. Note the application of the rights, responsibilities, and privileges enjoyed by
teachers in accordance with the Magna Carta

Interview Questions:

I. Teacher’s Background
1. What motivated you to pursue teaching as a profession?
2. What degree program did you take when you were in college?
a. What school and for how many years?
b. What is your area of specialization?
c. Does your area of specialization match the subject that you are
currently teaching?
d. Have you taken the Licensure Examination for Teachers? What license
do you have, BEEd or BSEd?
3. For how many years have you been teaching?
a. How many schools have you been assigned to?
b. What subject area(s) / grade level(s) have you handled through the

II. Rights, Responsibilities, and Privileges

1. What are your responsibilities as a teacher?
2. What are your rights and privileges?
a. Recruitment and Career
 Do you think you are qualified of being a certified teacher (based on
the qualifications set by the Magna Carta)?
 Are your school assignments based on your personal preference,
or is it the choice of the government? Are you married to a co-
teacher? If yes, are you in the same locality as your partner?
 Have you experienced being subjected to any disciplinary action
(related to money, disobedience etc.)?
 Do you think you are protected from discrimination of any kind (age,
belittling of your job, or from the administration, etc.)?
b. Required Work
 How many hours do you work per day?
 Do you exceed to the 8-hour work limit? If yes, do you get paid?
 How much do you earn a month? Do you think it is proportional to
the amount of service you are doing?
 Are there unnecessary deductions made in your salary? If yes,
what do you think are these?
c. Benefits/Privileges
 Are free, annual medical exams provided to you?
 Have you already tried to go on a study leave? Were you able to
get a part of your salary?
 Were you able to establish any organization/club?
d. Others
 Have you experienced having mutual attraction to one of your
students in your entire career as a teacher?
 Do your students give gifts to you? How do you handle this?
 Have you ever had a fight with your superior? If yes, how did you
handle it?
e. Overall (Pros and Cons)
 What are the perks of being a teacher?
 So far, what is the most fulfilling part of being a teacher?
 What are the daily struggles of being a teacher? How severe are
the problems that you are encountering? How do you cope with
these problems? Do these problems make you think of quitting on
teaching? What is/are the main factor/s that keep you in this

III. Teaching Strategies

1. How do you prepare for your class(es)?
a. How long does it take to prepare for one lesson?
b. How many preparations do you make every day?
c. Do you use your own money for your materials?
2. What do you do to keep your students’ attention?
a. What teaching approach are you using in teaching your lesson?
b. Do you have a favorite strategy that you always use to maximize
student interaction?
3. Do you formulate and employ different strategies / methods to cater to
your students with special needs? How?
4. Personally, how do you assess your performance as a teacher?
a. How often do you evaluate your personal performance?
b. Do you revise the teaching methods you employ based on your
5. How do you discipline your students? *related to classroom management

IV. Suggested Reforms

1. What do you think are the problems of our education system?
2. On what area should the government make a step first with regards to
solving these problems?
3. What necessary actions do you think are necessary for the administration
to take to be able to improve the educational system?
4. If you were to be the Department of Education Secretary, what will be your
banner program to make our educational system better?