Teaching as a Profession, Mission and Vocation

Huge shifts have been occurring in education that are continuing to impact teaching and learning today. Some changes are positive, such as our nation’s record high school graduation rate, narrowing achievement gaps, and a greater number of students. But all types of change—particularly those that have the potential to yield the most positive outcomes—can be…Read more Teaching as a Profession, Mission and Vocation


Becoming An Effective Teacher

I would like to tell you about my first teaching experience. It was June of 2015 and I was assigned to teach college students based on my qualifications. I had to teach Financial Management, Capital Markets Management and Investment and Portfolio Management. It was very challenging and exciting. To tell you honestly I had no…Read more Becoming An Effective Teacher

Teacher Professionalism

Professionalism includes one's work behavior and attitudes in performing the highest standards and improving the service quality. Professionalization is related to “promoting the material and ideal interests of an occupational group" (Goodson, 2000, 182) so it includes “the attempt to gain professional associated with professions” (Whitty, 2000). Teacher professionalism for me is fulfilling your duties…Read more Teacher Professionalism

The Relationship between Assessment and Feedback

The concept of assessment has been viewed in many aspects, and there has so much to learn about its usage. Even me who already working in the academe cannot say that I am already good doing assessment with my students. It has come to my realization that not all the assessment that has given to…Read more The Relationship between Assessment and Feedback

How am I being assessed?

Taking the test is one of the most important things that I take enough preparation for me to pass the exam. My usual routine in doing the review prior to the exam is that I read several times the lesson, often times I do some memorization rather than analyzing so after the test, honestly I…Read more How am I being assessed?