Implementation of Field Study Courses in Teacher Education Institutions (TEIs) in Oriental Mindoro


  • Audie Bryan A. Buhay Baco Community College, Philippines



Learning Experiences, Teacher Education Institutions (Teis), Observations of Teaching-Learning in Actual School Environment, Participation and Teaching Assistantship, Teaching Internship


This study assessed the extent of the manifestation of the learning experiences. Specifically, it determined the extent of manifestation of learning experiences in the areas of observations of teaching-learning in the actual school environments, participation and teaching assistantship, and teaching internship and the differences in the assessments of students and teachers on the extent of manifestation of learning experiences. This research study used the descriptive design of research. The subjects of this study were 345 composed of 259 Field Study students and 86 faculty members of the education programs among TEIs in Oriental Mindoro. The researcher used a researcher-made questionnaire. The data collected were treated statistically using the most appropriate statistical methods. Descriptive statistics such as weighted mean, standard deviation and a four-point rating scale were employed in analyzing and interpreting the data gathered. Results revealed that the extent of manifestation of the learning experiences is lower in terms of participation and teaching assistantship compared to teaching internship, and observations of teaching-learning in actual school environment. Moreover, the assessment made by students and teachers on the extent of manifestation of learning experiences varies significantly. A proposed management plan may be developed and endorsed to the administrators of TEIs in Oriental Mindoro for further checking and validation. The proposed management plan may be implemented by the Deans of Education programs of TEIs in Oriental Mindoro. Future researchers may replicate the study including the Baco Community College.


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How to Cite

Buhay, A. B. A. (2023). Implementation of Field Study Courses in Teacher Education Institutions (TEIs) in Oriental Mindoro. American Journal of Education and Technology, 2(3), 154–164.