The Teaching Profession As Perceived By the New College Instructors of Isabela State University Cauayan City Campus, Isabela

  • Irmalyn R. Alejandro

Abstract

This study seeks to assess the teaching profession as perceived by the college instructors of Isabela State University Cauayan City Campus.  The study utilized the descriptive method of research. The respondents involves in this study are the new college Instructors who are employed to teach in ISU-Cauayan Campus. These Instructors are with appointment and considered on Part time Instructors. A total of 58 New College Instructors. They are composed of males and females. Most of the Instructors are from different municipalities of Isabela, although very few are the province of Region 2, Philippines. Results show that the respondent considered certain limitations in their teaching fields. These limitations are formed their job in the field. These are the classified as personality and professional preparation, classroom management, management of students, teaching procedures, methods and techniques, sports and co-curricular activities and teaching evaluation. These factors were accepted areas that affect the teaching performance of the new college Instructors. One thing more it made the new college teachers picture their personalities as neophyte educators in the Philippine educational system. It is asserted by the new college teachers that their first year of teaching is a year of continuous adjustment with superiors, co teachers, environment, people in the community and many more. From these levels, they accepted that they are faced with problems which adversely affect their career. Some of them admitted that they lacked of teaching experience and exposure.

Published
2020-06-01
How to Cite
Irmalyn R. Alejandro. (2020). The Teaching Profession As Perceived By the New College Instructors of Isabela State University Cauayan City Campus, Isabela. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(08), 2650 - 2661. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/23443
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