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CLSU 2004-11: Program Analysis of Student Teaching of the Central Luzon State University

This study evaluated the student teaching program of the Central Luzon State University - College of Education during the second semester of SY 2002 – 2003. A total of 170 student teachers and 170 cooperating teachers in the provinces of Nueva Ecija, Bulacan and Pangasinan served as data sources. The student teachers were taking either BEEd or BSEd. Majority of the student teacher respondents were female. Science is the major subject of about 25%. The mean Grade Point Average (GPA) before student teaching was 2.1482. Little less than one-half of their parents attained high school as the formal level of schooling. The students monthly family income was below Php10, 000. Majority of the cooperating teacher respondents were female, teacher education graduates, and were bachelor’s degree holders with Master of Arts/Master of Science units. About 30% of the cooperating teachers have academic rank of Teacher III and about 97% of them were licensed teachers. Majority of the cooperating teacher respondents have short number of teaching experience and have not attended any in - service training related to student teaching for the last five (5) years. The student teacher respondents gave an over all mean rating of = 4.12 (Very Good) on the fifteen parameters on orientation and = 4.15 (Very Good) on the eight parameters on supervision. The result is a good indicator that the College of Education takes effort in providing quality pre-service education to prospective student teachers as part of the roles and responsibilities as Center of Development for Teacher Education in Region III. On personal competencies, the cooperating teachers were rated excellent with an over all mean rating of = 4.53. Professional competencies were also rated excellent with an over all mean rating of =4.27. These imply that the cooperating teachers possess the necessary knowledge, skills, behavior and attitude of a professional teacher vital to achieve quality teaching. The student teacher respondents obtained excellent grade in student teaching, a clear evidence that they have mastered the competencies instilled by the program. Degree course of the student teacher respondents was found significantly related with professional competencies (r= -.173) and with grade in student teaching (r = .233). Sex and parents’ educational attainment were both significantly related with personal competencies (r= -.153, and r = -.158, respectively), and the grade point average (GPA) before student teaching was found highly significantly related (r = .466) with the grade in student teaching. The academic rank of the cooperating teacher was found to be significantly related with personal competencies (r= -.189) and the length of experience as cooperating teacher with the grade in student teaching (r = -.166). Supervision affected student teachers’ performance in professional competencies (t = 2.449). Majority had not encounter problem relative to orientation and cooperating teachers’ competencies. Nearly one-half revealed that the number of visitations was insufficient. They suggested that at least 3 additional visitations be conducted during the student teaching activities.

Central Luzon State University
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Abon, Marilou G.; Dela Rosa, Elmer D.; Central Luzon State University; college education;
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