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A Reflection on the Teaching Profession

Jun 23, 2012 | Published by: Teacher Annabelle Ambrocio

I have been a teacher for almost ten years but I feel I always a beginner. Every year I see several faces of children yet every child has a unique character and degree of perception contrary to the belief that “if one can get, why others cannot get too?” For every disciplinary measure I impose or reward I give, I always think that each child has a heart that feels and a mind that reasons out. The concept of child-centered education affects much of the quality of instruction. If a child understands the importance of education coupled with the enthusiasm of the parents, then quality is not far.

When I was assigned in a far barangay school, I had a hard time teaching a very slow-learner. Although she was a little bit older than her classmates, she could not do by herself simple numerical problems. Though she was poor in comprehension, I just let her pass not because of her diligence and kindness but because I believe she would develop later. I sacrificed my teaching standards. Read the rest of this entry »

Good health has a significant impact on the performance of every pupil in the school. This can only be attained through proper nutrition. What if the child belongs to a poor family? What if the child only has meals twice a day? Can he ever attain proper nutrition?

July is Nutrition Month. This is also the month where teachers of different grade levels prepare reports on the Nutritional Status of the pupils in their classes therefore; this is the month where they can identify the number of malnourished pupils in their classes. These identified malnourished pupils should be the beneficiaries of the school feeding program. Read the rest of this entry »