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WHAT IS

YOUR OWN
TEACHING
STYLES?
TEACHING STYLE SELF-EVALUATION
(adapted from Jennifer Stein (2001)

This assessment will help you


determine your teaching style. Answer
the following questions by writing the
letter of the statement that best
corresponds to your answer. You are
allowed to choose ONLY ONE answer
for each question.
1. What do you think of your teaching
style?
a. It may lead to inflexibility for managing the
concerns of students.
b. It may cause students to feel inadequate
when they can’t emulate your example.
c. It works well for most students but is very
time-consuming.
d. It may leave students feeling anxious about
their ability to meet your expectations.
2. Which of the following do you like
to use when evaluating student-
learning?
a. teacher-made tests
b. student self-assessment tests
c. performance-based criteria
d. problem-solving and critical
thinking
3. When planning lessons,
what do you prefer to have?
a. whole class lessons
b. role-playing
c. peer-tutoring
d. brainstorming
4. When you teach, your
instructional time predominantly
involves
a. lectures
b. demonstrations
c. films/videos
d. class discussion/brainstorming
5. You believe in teaching by-
a. being the source of information
b. personal example and modeling
behavior
c. emphasizing student-teacher
interactions
d. being a resource person as needed
by the student
6. One of your goals is to have your
student-
a. work within the learning plan
b. observe and emulate what was
observed
c. work independently and under his/her
own initiative , while you provide as much
support and encouragement as possible
d. able to work in an autonomous manner
while you serve as a resource person
available upon request
7. One advantage of your teaching
style is that it-
a. focuses on clear expectations
b. emphasizes direct observation
c. allows students personal flexibility
d. helps students see themselves as
independent learners
8. Assignments given to students are usually
based on-
a. your personal preferences or on course
materials you define as relevant and important
for students to learn
b. A sequence of steps leading to mastery of
accepted method (steps) for performing a task or
skill
c. A student portfolio or learning log which has a
self-assessment component
d. problem-solving based on research of course
material
9. Your teaching style develops a rhythm which
contains-
a. Four steps: content selection,
presentation/reception, reflection, application
b. Three steps: selection, skill development,
mastery performance
c. Five steps: creating awareness, collecting
data, choosing innovation, implementing a plan,
reviewing results
d. More steps: ranging from posing and reflecting
on a problem, skill development exercises to
interim evaluation, learner responses, and
development of solutions
A TEACHING STYLE is the way in which teaching
tasks are chosen and carried out (Mohanna,
Chambers & Wall 2008). Some teachers choose
to have more teacher-focused activities such as
giving lectures and minimizing students after
engaging them in group activities.
TEACHING STYLES determine the effectiveness of
teachers in promoting learning, enhancing
positive attitudes about learning and improving
self-esteem. They are determined by teachers’
personal characteristics, experiences and
knowledge of the teaching-learning process and
teaching philosophies.
FOUR TEACHING STYLE
CATEGORIES

 FORMAL AUTHORITY
 DEMONSTRATOR OR
PERSONAL MODEL
 FACILATATOR
 DELEGATOR
 FORMAL AUTHORITY:
1. This teaching style is often called the “TEACHER-CONTENT
MODEL” . Generally teacher-centered style and tend to focus on
content.
2. Teachers with this teaching style are not so much concerned with
building relationships with their students or enabling students to
form relationships with other students.
3. They feel responsible for providing and controlling the content and
the student is expected to receive the content.
4. Teacher’s statement with this teaching style is “I am the flashlight for my
students; I illuminate the content and materials so that my students can
see the importance of the material and appreciate the discipline”.

.
 DEMOSTRATOR or PERSONAL MODEL:
1. The teacher is called a “TEACHER-ROLE MODEL”,and tend to run
teacher-centered classes with emphasis on demonstration and
modelling.
2. Teacher acts as a role model by demonstrating skills and processes
and then as a coach/guide in helping students develop and apply
these skills and knowledge.
3. They are interested in encouraging student participation and
adapting their presentation to include various learning style.
4. Students are expected to take some responsibility for learning
what they need to know and for asking for help when they don’t
understand something.
5. “I show my student how to do a task properly or work through a
problem and then I’ll help them master the task or problem solution.
It’s important that my students can solve similar problems
independently by using and adapting demonstrated methods”.
 FACILITATOR:
1. This type of teacher, who is also a “TEACHER-DESIGN MODEL”
tend to focus on activities and give more emphasis on student-
centered learning. There is much more responsibility placed on the
students to take initiate for meeting the demands of various
learning tasks.
2. Facilitator will often try to design learning situations and
activities that require student’s processing and application of
course content in creative and original ways.
3. This type of teaching style works best for students who are
comfortable with independent learning and who can actively
participate and collaborative with others students wherein teachers
typically design group activities that necessitate active learning,
student-to-student collaboration.
 DELEGATOR:
1. This type of teacher, who is also a “TEACHER-AGENT MODEL”.
Tend to place much control and responsibility for learning on
individuals of groups of students. Often give students a choice in
designing and implementing their own complex learning projects
and will act in a consultative role.

2. Students are often asked to work independently or in groups


and must be able to maintain motivation and focus for complex
projects. Students working in this type of setting learn more than
just specific topics as they also must be able to work effectively in
group situations and manage various interprets roles.
The Realization of our

FOUR TEACHING STYLE ….


1. FORMAL AUTHORITY = TEACHER-CONTENT MODEL

2. DEMONSTRATOR = TEACHER-ROLE MODEL

= TEACHER-DESIGN MODEL
3. FACILITATOR

= TEACHER-AGENT MODEL
4. DELEGATOR
TEACHER LINA

Teacher Lina show her students a video


clip of how the human heart works. She
then proceeds to have them form small
groups and study the different parts of a
human heart model. Each group then
gives a short report on how the blood
circulates in the heart using the model.
ANSWER…...
TEACHER LORNA

Teacher Lita presents his topic about the


human heart using power point slides. He
then asks them to share their personal
experience of a family member or relative
who is suffering from hypertension. He
explores with them the causes and effects
of this increasingly common illness in
one’s middle and late adulthood and how
early detection can be done in the home
using a portable electronic blood pressure
gauge.
TEACHER LYKA

Teacher Lyka explains about changes in heart rate that


occur after a physical activity such as running, skipping,
climbing several flights of steps, or walking. As part of a
learning task, she asks the class to predict changes to
their heart rate when they become angry or excited, and
to predict the consequences if they are always angry
with others. She stands at the end of the classroom and
watches as the students organize themselves in a circle.
One of them volunteers to facilitate the discussion, while
another offers to be the note-taker. The class brainstorm
effective anger management strategies, followed by a
class presentation.
TEACHER LOURDES

Teacher Lourdes adopts the direct instruction


approach for his lesson on the “Human Heart”.
His teaching strategy is completely _________.
He uses the “chalk and talk” method for
drawing his students’ attention to his lesson. He
makes them memorize and repeat back the
important facts. He gives exercises that
comprise all fact-based items consisting of
multiple-choice, matching and fill-in-the-blanks.
He sits at his table after he has finished
teaching his lesson.
Responsibility entails
“answering” for what one
has been called upon to do.
 As a teacher you have mandated roles
and responsibilities. You wear many
hats. You are a:
a facilitator of learning
 an assessor
a classroom manager
 a guidance counselor/
disciplinarian
Duties and Responsibilities of School
Teacher:
A. Teaching & Facilitating Learning:
1. Prepares effective daily lesson
plans/daily lesson log.
2. Prepares visual aid and other devices
for instruction.
3. Sees to it that the pupils/students in
his/her advisory section are provided
with the necessary textbook when
available.
A. Teaching & Facilitating Learning:
4. Supervises curricular and co-curricular projects
and activities of the pupil/ students

 Emphasizes the ideal that teachers can facilitate


the learning process in diverse types of
learners by first recognizing and respecting
individual differences.
B. Assessing Pupils/Students Performance
1. Evaluate pupils/students progress and provide
various experiences for their continuous
development.
2. Construct valid and reliable formative and
summative tests.
3. Use appropriate non- traditional assessment
techniques (portfolios, journals, rubrics, etc.)
4. Interpret and used test results to improve
teaching and learning.
C. Classroom Management
1.Ensures classroom conducive to
learning.
2.Checks/records the attendance
of the pupils/students.
3.Prepares and submits the
necessary forms and reports for
his/her advisory section.
D. Guiding & Counseling
1.Provides guidance services. Be
prepared to respond constructively
when behavior problems get in the
way of student learning and
development.
2.Implements rules and regulations.
3.Executes the administrator’s school
policies designed for the welfare of
the pupils/students.
E. Interpersonal Relationships & Professional
Development
1. Works with personnel, parents, and the
community for the total development of the
pupils/students.

2. Coordinates and cooperate with other teachers in


school projects or activities.

3. Participate in the socio-economic development


projects in the community.
4. Reflects on the quality teaching
5. Improves teaching performance based
on feedback from the mentors,
students, peers, superiors and others
6. Attends and participates in in-service
education training and faculty
meetings.
8. Uses self-assessment to enhance
strengths and correct weaknesses.

9. Accepts accountability for learners


outcomes.

And
10. Does related works.
Your role as teacher demands
a sense of leadership and
service indicated by certain
human/or professional values
such as responsibility and
accountability.
Responsibility entails
“answering” for what one has
been called upon to do.

Accountability refers to the


acceptance of responsibility
to fulfill obligations or duties.
RESPONSIBILITY/DUTY ACCOUNTABILITY

1. Teach the preschool 1. See to it that the


pupils learners acquire the
skills and master the
lesson.
2. Monitor the 2. Authenticate and
enrolment activities. file the
pupils/students’
records.
RESPONSIBILITY/DUTY ACCOUNTABILITY

3. Assess 3. Check whether


pupils/students competencies have
performance. been developed
and
mastered.
4. Collaborate/cooperate 4. Supervise/monitor
with teachers and curricular and co-
other personnel in curricular activities.
school regarding
pupils’/students’
activities.
RESPONSIBILITY/DUTY ACCOUNTABILITY

5. Extend 5. Participate actively


support/assistance in projects and
to various activities of the
community projects. community.
Teachers teach students how to
learn, how to work and live with
others. They can do so effectively
by showing their students how, by
example and guiding them to
identify good role models.
Teaching is the
essential profession.
The one that makes all
other professions..
“A TEACHER: Works with
Passion and has NO Bounds”.

Be proud that you are a teacher.

Our COUNTRY depends on YOU !