Speech Pathology Reflection

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Pingol, Nicole Angelika T. HPED 20-B
BS Speech Pathology Re-learning Moments

Throughout the whole semester, we have learned about educational philosophies, learning theories, information processing models, and motivation theories; thus, I decided to go to a school namely, Carmelites Vedruna Learning Center for 2 days, from 8:30 AM to 12 noon, for this integration activity. In my opinion, I will be able to understand and reflect on the said topics if I went to a school and observed the teacher and the students. In this activity, I was able to interact and observe the people inside the classroom and gradually, I came to notice which learning philosophy and theories they embodied.

From my observation, I discovered that the teacher was practicing two educational philosophies, essentialism and progressivism,
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When the students saw that one of their peers were being punished, eg. the teacher writing his name on the board, the rest of the class immediately behaved since they saw the outcome of the kid’s behavior. Furthermore, when they saw their classmate being rewarded when she answered the question correctly, more students participated in hopes of obtaining the star as well. From this, we can infer that the students also learn by imitating the people around them. They analyze their peer’s behaviors and take into consideration the outcome of the said behavior before imitating it. As mentioned earlier, the students were able to experience activities that aided them in understanding the lesson. In line with Gestalt-Field theory, the students were able to learn due to their experiences and perceptions. Since they also utilize essentialism as one of the their educational philosophies, they were able to associate and correlate the old topics with the new ones. The students incorporated the newly taught lessons with the old and established

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