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New Era University

College of Education
Center for Teacher Training
No. 9 Central Avenue, New Era, Quezon City



Sheena E. Bernal
3
RD
Year / BEEd SpEd Dr. Julie T. Valencia

My Whole Semester in FSC 4
Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own
understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight
your paths.
- Proverbs 3:5-6

Hooray for this subject! Field Study Course 4 is a hard experience but truly
an enjoying subject for me as future teacher in my own class. I learned how to
properly observed a regular class setting, handled some energetic Grade I
students, gave a test and talked to the principal and other resource teachers.
One of my memorable experiences will be answering and completing my own
Journal in this subject. It has six (6) Episodes entitled: On Scoring Rubrics,
Using Appropriate Assessment Tool, On Content Validity of Tests and others
Probably, this is also my chance to say Thank You to my Cooperating
School the St. Peregrine Kiddie School of Novaliches (SPKSN) and to my
Resource Teachers namely Ms. Jaimelyn Romaraog, Ms. Evangeline Samson
and Ms. Carolina Catane for their help and kindness.

Sheena E. Bernal
New Era University
College of Education
Center for Teacher Training
No. 9 Central Avenue, New Era, Quezon City



3
RD
Year / BEEd SpEd Dr. Julie T. Valencia

My Whole Semester in MSC 6-11

Put into practice what you learned and received from ME both from My words
and from My actions, and the God who gives us peace will be with you.
- Philippians 4:9

Assessment of Learning II is one of my nerve-racking subjects this
semester. Aside from the fact, Dr. Julie T. Valencia handled this subject also
because it requires stock knowledge about Assessment of Learning I and new
topics that needs to be discussed. Like Portfolio Assessment Method, Statistics
(Mean/Median/Mode), Rubrics, K12 Grading System, Objective Tests, and so
many more.
As a future teacher, I must understand and learn how to apply this
subject in real-life situations to be competent and responsible teacher in my
own students. Experiences like reporting, researching some lessons, reciting
inside the class, drawing or composing an acronym and learn how to take a
break serves as my stepping stones to be a better person.
I would like to take this opportunity to say Thank You to my dearest
Dr., Julie T. Valencia. I might not be your BEST student but I promise I will
never forget what you taught and the experiences you let me to accomplish.