Allow the teachers to do the planning themselves
Send memoranda and directives to the teachers
Encourage the teachers to share their ideas and give suggestions to the principal
Let the teachers do any decision they make
The teacher shall deal justly and impartially with every student
No teacher should accept remuneration for tutorial services learners
Exhibitions or prejudice or discrimination because of differences student’s intellectual ability, social standing, favors received from them or their parents, should have no place in relations between official or teacher and his pupils.
No teacher is allowed to vote especially if one of the candidates is his relative
Teachers of academic, vocational, special, and technical schools
Teachers from pre-school to secondary school levels
Teachers in the tertiary level
Full time or part-time teachers and administrators
Every teacher shall vote and shall exercise all other constitutional rights and responsibilities
Every teacher shall enjoy academic freedom
Every teacher or school official shall actively help carry out the declared policies of the state, and shall take an oath to this effect.
A teacher shall not engage in the promotion of any political, religious, or other partisan interest
No, because the candidate is not known in the community.
Yes, because many children will benefit from the school building.
No, his motive was wrong.
Yes, because it was his duty to make his candidate win.
The teacher makes use of interactive teaching strategies.
The teacher always make use of the lecture method.
The teacher caters to multiple intelligences in the classroom
The teacher gives puzzles and games for the children to learn theories.
Republic Act No. 7722.
Bill of Rights in the Constitution
Magna Carta for Public School Teachers
Code of Ethics for Teachers
She does not involve herself with the problems in the community.
She keeps herself updated with the latest trends in teaching strategies.
Open to questions in the classroom.
Dialogues with parents and administrators.
Utang na loob
Right to property
Right to Life
Right to make a livelihood
Frequent oral examinations
Asking students to paraphrase responses from other students
Assigning students to give a summary the end of each class
Repeating instructions and directions
Obeying the policies of the school management
Maintaining cordial relations with management and parents
Refusing to serve in committees during community events
Conferring with the next of kin about problems and needs of students
Yes, because teaching is a never-ending job.
No, because teachers are expected to provide leadership and initiative in activities for the betterment of communities.
Yes, because that was what they were trained for.
No, because their salaries and wages are very high already.
Stress on the achievements of the Filipino nation.
Set aside the study of Spanish Conquest and the Martial Law Regime in the Philippines
Give more time to Philippine myths and folklore
Spend more time teaching written and oral English as this is the area where Filipinos have a competitive advantage
Hinduism and Buddhism
Christianity and Confucianism
Islam and Christianity
Taoism and Confucianism
The Civil Service Commission
The Commission on Higher Education
The Philippine Association of State Colleges and Universities
The Professional regulation Commission
The first American teachers recruited to help establish the public school system in the Philippines
A religious order involved in the educational system in the Philippines
The followers of St. Thomas Aquinas who were responsible in establishing public elementary schools in the Philippines
The first American soldiers who taught Filipino children how to read and write
Provide each student with a complete set of materials.
Emphasize the idea that the success of the group hinges on the most diligent
Provide only one answer sheet
Ask convergent questions
Multiple Choice Questions
Fill in the Blanks Test
Freedom of Speech
Right to life and liberty
Freedom of Choice