The Language of Bias among Teachers in Lorma Colleges Special Science High School
Mikaela Catbagan, Diego Miguel Bermudez, Robby Ellison Chan, Angelica Fran Delos Reyes, Brian Johanns Monteverde, Gabrielle Anne Peralta, Chenelle Nicole A. Pulido, Charence Joan Real, Fernando Oringo
Journal Title:Proceedings Journal of Interdisciplinary Research
Education is not about what you learn inside the classroom rather it is about how you apply the knowledge that you gain in your everyday life situation. The way the teacher trains and educates a student is one of the greatest factors of one’s knowledge. With the sudden rise of controversies about equality at school, its effects on the students can merely be notified as the matter itself captures interests of people these days. The society focuses mostly on how it affects the students’ study behavior – be it by interpersonal and intrapersonal communication; and its impact on the class as a whole. However, researches only concentrate on one party – students’ perspective. The research investigated the awareness of teachers regarding the concept of bias. Researchers featured the teachers of Lorma Colleges Special Science High School as the respondents. The research was also intended to find factors and its effects toward the teacher’s professionalism and effective instruction. Positive student-teacher relationships are characterized by open communication, as well as emotional and academic support that exist between students and teachers. In shaping successful classroom interaction, learning, and achievement, it is important to determine the degree of similarity between student’s and teacher’s personalities.