Philip­pine Pro­fes­sional Stan­dard for Teach­ers

Panay News - - METRO BACOLOD -  By Fre­de­lyn B. Fuentes , School Head, Tanza Ele­men­tary School

THE Philip­pine Pro­fes­sional Stan­dard for Teach­ers (PPST) lists down the needed skills and com­pe­ten­cies that lo­cal teach­ers need to keep up with global ways of ed­u­cat­ing peo­ple.

The PPST has seven do­mains that help in guid­ing the teach­ers:

* Con­tent Knowl­edge and Ped­a­gogy: Con­tent knowl­edge and its ap­pli­ca­tion within and across cur­ricu­lum ar­eas; Re­search-based knowl­edge and prin­ci­ples of teach­ing and learn­ing; Pos­i­tive use of ICT; Strate­gies for pro­mot­ing lit­er­acy and nu­mer­acy; Strate­gies for de­vel­op­ing crit­i­cal and cre­ative think­ing, as well as other higher-or­der think­ing skills; Mother Tongue, Filipino and English in teach­ing and learn­ing; and Class­room com­mu­ni­ca­tion strate­gies.

* Learn­ing En­vi­ron­ment: Learner safety

and se­cu­rity; Fair learn­ing en­vi­ron­ment; Man­age­ment of class­room struc­ture and ac­tiv­i­ties; Sup­port for learner par­tic­i­pa­tion; Pro­mo­tion of pur­po­sive l earn­ing; and Man­age­ment of learner be­hav­ior.

* Di­ver­sity of Learn­ers: Learn­ers’ gen­der, needs, strengths, in­ter­ests and ex­pe­ri­ences; Learn­ers’ lin­guis­tic, cul­tural, so­cio-eco­nomic and re­li­gious back­grounds; Learn­ers with dis­abil­i­ties, gift­ed­ness and tal­ents; Learn­ers in dif­fi­cult cir­cum­stances; and Learn­ers from indige­nous groups.

* Cur­ricu­lum and Plan­ning: Plan­ning and man­age­ment of teach­ing and learn­ing process; Learn­ing out­comes aligned with learn­ing com­pe­ten­cies; Rel­e­vance and re­spon­sive­ness of

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Philippines

© PressReader. All rights reserved.