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Philippine-Japan Friendship Highway, Sasa, Davao City



Course Title The Teaching Profession

Course Description This is a 3-unit course deals with the teacher as an individual, a classroom
manager, community and global teacher. This emphasizes
professionalization to cover teacher’s status and levels of professional
rewards and professionalism to improve competencies.

Course Credits 3 units

Contact Hours/week 3 hours a week
Prerequisite none
Program Outcomes a.) Articulate the rootedness of education in philosophical, socio-cultural,
historical, psychological, and political contexts;
b.) Demonstrate mastery of subject matter/ discipline;
c.) Facilitate learning using a wide range of teaching methodologies and
delivery modes appropriate to specific learners and their environment;
d.) Develop innovative curricula, instructional plans, teaching approaches,
and resources for diverse learners;
e.) Apply skills in the development and utilization of ICT to promote
quality, relevant, and sustainable educational practices;
f.) Demonstrate a variety of thinking skills in planning, monitoring,
assessing, and reporting learning processes and outcomes;
g.) Practice professional and ethical teaching standards sensitive to the local,
national, and global realities;
h.) Pursue lifelong learning for personal and professional growth through
varied experiential and field-based opportunities; and
i.) Model desirable values and attitudes, disciplined professionals with
integrity and passion to engage in life-long learning undertakings.

Course Objectives a. to define roles of teachers as individuals and classroom managers

(Learning Outcomes) b. to identify the responsibilities of the a teacher
c. to articulate personal philosophy of education
d. to internalize the values expected of a teacher
e. to demonstrate understanding of the teaching profession

Course Outline
Week Topic
1 Class orientation, course description overview
2 Knowing Your Personal Philosophy of Education
3 The Teacher’s Philosophical Heritage
4 Social Institutions; Principles of Morality
5 Teaching as a Vocation, Mission, and Profession
6 The Teacher’s Philosophical and Values Formation

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7 Comparative Educational Systems
8 Teaching in Multi-Cultural Classes; Teacher Exchange Programs
9 Innovative Teaching Through Various Educational Technologies
10 The Philippine Educational System; Legal Bases of the Teaching Profession
11 Organization and Structure (CHEd, DepEd, TESDA)
12 Educational Development Decree; UNESCO
13 International Laws and Standards
14 Magna Carta for Teachers; Professional Code of Ethics for Teachers
15 Manual of Regulations for Private Schools
16 Educational Provisions on the Family Code
17-18 The 21st Century Teacher
Lec./Lab/Equipment Computer, LCD/Overhead projector, LED TV
Learning Resources Bilbao, P. (2004). The Teaching Profession. Lorimar Publishing, Inc.
(e.g. Textbooks and
Corpuz, B., Principles and Strategies of Teaching. Lorimar Publishing, Inc.
Suggested Readings
and References
Course Requirements Minimum of one (1) Powerpoint Topic Presentation
Handwritten study guides per grading period
Portfolio of reflections, anecdotes, and other written works

Grading System 5% Assignments

10 % Performance
15 % Quizzes
70 % Periodic Exams
100% Total

Classroom Policies Students are expected to:

 observe house rules during class.
 provide for himself the book or photocopy of the reference.
 come to class prepared for discussion or quiz.
 monitor his/her own academic standing.
 consistently attend classes ready with all the required materials
for reading, viewing, listening and for other activities.
 communicate with the teacher for any relevant matter.

Consultation Hours Friday, 9:00 – 11:00am

Prepared/Submitted by:

Allan A. Magsipoc, LPT


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Checked by:

Joan Mae S. Espinosa, MAEd

BEEd/ BSEd Program Head

Approved by:

Catherine G. Suazo, Ed.D.

Dean, College of Teacher Education

Date: November, 2017

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