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FIELD STUDY 5: Learning Assessment Strategies

First Term; A.Y. 2014-2015


FS Resource Facilitator: MARIA PAMELA P. MAGPILY, M.A.Ed., S.L.P.

NAME: Maria Cassandra Nicole E. Bermio


RATING:____________
John Gerald B. Cayabyab
Shin Yeong Jung
Taek Jin Oh
YEAR AND SECTION: 3E3
November 7, 2014

DATE SUBMITTED:

ACTIVITY 1: GUIDING PRINCIPLES IN THE ASSESSMENT OF LEARNING

1.1. OBSERVATION
Observe at least three classes and make a list of the assessment tools used
by teachers.
1.2. ANALYSIS
Enumerate the teachers objectives, strategies, and assessment.
OBJECTIVES
(Write down the
teachers Learning
Objectives)

STRATEGIES
(Describe the strategies
used by the teacher)

ASSESSMENT
(Describe the
assessment method/s &
tool/s used)

To learn how to
help students
develop skills
effectively to be
successful in
academics and
to think critically
about the topics
being taught
and discussed.

Lecturing: He
presented all
the main ideas
relating to a
course or topic

Ask Question:
The teacher
asked questions
to the learners
so that the ideas
and the
knowledge of
oneself were
being noticed.

To learn to
introduce
students to the
core concepts
within (the
discipline) and
to help students
learn how to use
these ideas in
the world in
which they live.

Brainstorming:
He helped the
students
channel their
ideas and utilize
it.

To learn how to
help students
believe they can
learn anything
they are willing
to put in the
time and efforts
to learn.

Report:
The teacher
introduced and
viewed to the
students some
examples of her
topic and for the
learners to
understand the
lesson well.
Feedback:
He provided
feedback on
students works
and
performances.

Cooperative
Learning: By
working with
others, students
could see
different points
of view and
solutions to a
problem.

Students can
get information
to the other to
maximize
learning.
1.3.

REFLECTION

Write your personal judgment on the alignment of the Objectives, Strategies, and
Assessment.

In our own personal perspective, each of us


agreed that the pre-service teachers have different
objectives, strategies, and assessment. Yet, it is
effective for teaching and for the students to
acquire knowledge.
Unfortunately, we didnt see how it went when
it was utilized in a classroom but we interviewed
some of the students of pre-service teachers in
order to gain more information about the
assessment they have committed.
The students said that they learned many
things and they always keep in mind the important
details. They didnt got bored because of the
assessment.
In our opinion, the objectives were reliable, the
strategies were effective, but the assessment is not
much sufficient to rely if the students really learned
well and gain effective learning. However, it
promotes critical-thinking and enabling to identify
the stock knowledge of a student.
The assessment could have been better if they
put some creativity on it.