Ryan Michael Educado’s final e-journal entry is about lessons that he learned in the class. I find it helpful as an outline of the things that we have learned. Below is the link of his e-journal
Category Archives: Personal Selections and Commentaries
One of our group discussion was to discuss and elaborate through anecdotes the section “Factors affecting obsedrvational learning and performance.” I like reading the anecdotes because it’s a fun way to understand more about our topic so here are our answers:
Model Prestige and competence: by Carolyn de Guzman
Actors are really good in portraying their roles. Versatile actors can portray different characters and they perform it pretty well. An actor has great mentors who trains him and he has different models (depending on what role he’ll play) whom he should observe and learn to imitate so once he internalizes his role, he can perform his character well.
Developmental Status: Maria Aster Joy Garcia
I am currently working in a BPO company. Everyday, we have individual metrics such as After Call work, Quality audits, Actual handling time, schedule adherence and others. We also have team leaders and support staff who check our performance at work. They usually provide Skills and knowledge enhancement program to be able to know the individual performance, strengths, and areas of opportunities. We usually let the newbies at work to observe the tenured agents to be able to know how they handle their calls, provide power phrases and explanation skills. In this way, the new agents will gain more confidence in doing the tasks at work, gain knowledge and understanding about the product in which they will support and be able to imitate how the tenured agent performs. Thus, they can apply the best practices which they have observed to be able to attain customer’s satisfaction, get high quality scores and get high incentives.
By Robenille Malit
Outcome expectations – Employee A was new to the company. He made fast progress to learn a lot about the company, made good impression on his peers, and completed all his required tasks on time. Even though he was a newbie, within a few months, he was promoted. Employees now try to model what he did to get thatpromotion (rewarding outcome).
Values – Mr. D loves dogs. He takes his dog on a walk in the park where he meets Mr. J, another dog owner. They become buddies and now take their dog walks together. Mr. D observed that Mr. J’s dog are very well groomed, disciplined yet so full of life. He notes how Mr. J takes care, treats and trains his dog. He asks Mr. J further tips on taking care of dogs so he can do as well with his. He feels that he would find fulfillment if he would be able to take care of his dog as much as Mr. J does his.
Vicarious Consequences: (by Ahzil Gabion)
I remember the famous saying “kung ano ang ginagawa ng matanda ay nagiging tama sa mata ng bata”. We usually encounter a child saying that she wants to be a doctor like her mother, because she grew up seeing her mother’s profession or some came from a family of doctor that the child thinks that this is a good profession. Another example is when the child always sees their parents fighting and shouting with each other because children are very observant and sensitive especially when you do not explain the whole scenario the child can mimic the situation to their friend and also find shouting and fighting to his/her friends as a normal practice.
On self-efficacy (by me)
Peter, a discouraged athlete, watches a game show on television. He saw that that the player has one leg only. Before the game started, a short story about the life of the player was shown. The player lost his leg in an accident. A swim coach encouraged him to join his team. He joined and was trained by the coach. Now, he is with the national team and won gold medals in the Olympics. Two of the gold medals that he won were record breakers. Peter was touched with the story of the player. If the player was able to win gold medals despite of his disability, he too can do it. Peter was inspired and decided to go back to his team with the determination to do his best in their trainings and be a good and successful athlete.
As a response of Robenille Malit to Ryan Educado’s discussion post entitled No More Teachers, he posted the link of his e-journal. http://robenillemalit.wordpress.com/personal-selections-and-commentaries/sudbury-model-self-directed-learning-for-any-age/
He mentioned in his journal about a school called Subdury Valley School where there is no curriculum, no grades, no teachers (just adult supervisors) and they just leave the students be and learning would come naturally.
I was surprised to read that there’s a school with those kind of program. I don’t agree with their program. I still believe that students need teachers to guide them in their learning.
I used to think that punishments are part of discipline. The discussion post of Ruby Salvosa entitled Discipline and Punishment helped me distinguish punishment from discipline. The following are the helpful links that she posted:
I’ve also done my research and found this video that is helpful on how to properly discipline students without using punishments.
It was fun answering and reading the Mnemonics on Multiple Intelligence initiated were by Eric Fernandez. Here are are some of the answers that were given:
By Eric Rernandez
Because – Bodily-kinesthetic Intelligence
I – Interpersonal Intelligence
Intentionally – Intrapersonal Intelligence
Learn – Linguistic Intelligence
Learning – Logical-Mathematical Intelligence
More – Musical Intelligence
Now – Naturalistic Intelligence
Sustains – Spatial Intelligence
I – Interpersonal
Love that – Linguistic
My – Musical
Little – Logical-Mathematical
Sister and – Spatial
I are – Intrapersonal
Buying – Bodily-kinesthetic
New – Naturalistic
Earrings – Existential
by Maria Aster Joy Garcia:
I Live Because I Love Money Network Services.
-New Learning Made Sam Impressed. Live By it!
-I Bought My New Shoes In Lucky Landmark.
By Beng Umali:
My Very Very Beautiful Mother Lives in Northern England
VIM-VIM-BEN, we all have that. (singing to the tune of Boom Boom Pow from Black Eyed Peas)
The V’s are for Verbal-Linguistic and Visual-Spatial
Is Faith not a Motivation? An open discussion initiated by Beng Umali. We have contributed answers base from the theories but it seems that these answers does not really answer the question. As Ma’am Malou has said, there have been no studies that specifically explored faith in motivation theory.
A discussion posted by Emma Ruth de Leon caught my attention because it is about How to improve reading skill. I was having difficulty reading the modules because I am an auditorial learner. i learn best when I hear the lessons thru lectures/ watching videos. Reading the answers encouraged me and motivated me to read and improve my reading skill. Here are some of the links and answers that they gave
From Jesus Araneta:
from Ma. Hazel Marcelo:
By Beng Umali
1. Skim through it first, get the main idea of what you are reading.
2. Once you already have an idea what it’s about, reread to get details. Highlight important ideas, if you need to. If you’re reading print, write marks – question mark, circle, box, underline, strile-out (depending on what it means to you)
3. Lookup in the dictionary any new or unfamiliar word you encounter.
4. Try to summarize what you have read.
5. If what you’re reading seems not to get into your head, try reading it aloud. Sometimes, we need to hear it to understand it.