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Quadrant of Teachers

by: Mercedita M. Arquillano


Preliminaries
• Nationalistic song
• Songs of praise to God
• Food for thought
The Teacher

• A teacher (also called a school teacher or, in some


contexts, an educator) is a person who helps others to
acquire knowledge, competences or values.
The Challenges of a Teacher

• Teaching is getting more and more complex and challenging these


days. The patience level of students is decreasing while rudeness,
argumentation, disobedience, and short temper is on the rise. Is it
due to modern age competition, stress, availability of alternate
sources of knowledge like internet or violence shown in movies, TV
series', and video games?
The Teacher Analyst Quadrant I
(High Abstraction, Low Commitment) -,+

1. Is often late, leaves school early.

2. Carelessly or incompletely prepares lesson plans


3. Spends a lot of teaching time chatting with other teachers
4. Maintains a messy and insufficiently structured classroom
5. Always advises other teachers on what to do
The Teacher Analyst Quadrant I
(High Abstraction, Low Commitment) -,+

6. Talks much in meetings but avoids committee work


7. Has a lot of solutions to school problems but seldom participates in
solving them
8. Is a rabble rouser; agitates for reforms
9. Has a lot of complaints against management
10. Detests supervision
11. Often breaks school policies
The Teacher Dropout Quadrant II
(Low Commitment, Low Abstraction) -,-
1. Comes late, leaves early

2. Writes sloppy lesson plans

3. Used copied or recycled lesson plans

4. Does not volunteer for committee work

5. Does not hold remedial coaching

6. Spends teaching time on non-teaching tasks


The Teacher Dropout Quadrant II
(Low Commitment, Low Abstraction) -,-
6. Complains a lot about school work
7. Is often absent
8. Does not do anything about pupils’ low performance
9. Uses old or no teaching aids
10. Has little or no knowledge about newer concepts/trends in teaching
11. Detests being supervised
12. Submits reports just for compliance
The Professional Teacher Quadrant III
(High Commitment, High Abstraction) +,+
1. Uses original, innovative solutions to problems
2. Shares knowledge and skills with others
3. Helps other teachers solve their teaching learning problems
4. Volunteers for extra assignments
5. Leads in school activities
6. Is often consulted by peers
The Professional Teacher Quadrant III
(High Commitment, High Abstraction) +,+

7. Prepares model lesson plans and reports


8. Is articulate in speech
9. Keeps abreast of developments in education
10. Implements school policies intelligently
11. Coaches under-achievers
The Unfocused Teacher Quadrant IV
(High Commitment, Low Abstraction) +,-
1. Comes to school early, leaves late

2. Often asks help from other teachers

3. Has poor command of the English language

4. Complies with all school policies

5. Always has well written plans


The Unfocused Teacher Quadrant IV
(High Commitment, Low Abstraction) +,-
6. Welcomes supervision
7. Depends on principal/peers to solve class problems
8. Is not able to come up wit fresh innovative solutions to pupils’ learning problems
9. Is seldom absent
10. Always prepares lesson plans, although content is 50-50
11. Maintains a clean and well structured classroom
12. Has difficulty interpreting instructions of supervisor
Reflection
• Which do you think is the quadrant number that best describes you?
Other matters
• Memo # 491 CID Performa
• Memo # 503
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