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HomeSMCC Higher Education Research Journal (Teacher Education Journal)vol. 2 no. 1 (2020)

Community Immersion Performance among Pre-Service Elementary Teachers

ROSE MARIE BACLAYO | MERRILLE JANE CASINDAC | RONIE DELOY | JAHZEEL SANCHEZ | Beverly D. Jaminal

 

Abstract:

Teachers have an important responsibility, especially in shaping ones’ life and guiding them through learning. This study aims to determine the community immersion performance among pre-service elementary teachers of Saint Michael College of Caraga in terms of Communication Competence, Management, and Presentation of the lesson and Assessment on Students’ Learning. The sample population was composed of 12 males and 47 females. The findings revealed that the pre-service elementary teachers had a satisfactory performance in their community immersion service. The skills of the pre-service elementary teachers are highly sufficient in teaching Performance. On the other hand, the pre-service teachers’ teaching performance depends on the action portrayed, their skills, and the ability to teach and deals with the students. This reflects in the instruction of the pre-service teachers if there are learning and change in the behavior of the students. It was recommended that for the pre-service teachers to conduct different pieces of training and seminar on boosting the fluency in speaking the language, Ask student using thought-provoking questions. Introduces varied activities that will answer the differentiated need of learners with varied learning styles. The Teacher has the responsibility to teach and practically prepare students for the purpose that they can cope with all types of situations.