FS 3Technology in the Learning Environment
The School’s Learning Resource Center
Name of FS Student:
Course: Year & Section:
Resource Teacher: Signature: ______
Cooperating School: SCHOOL_____________________________
LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER OBSERVATION REPORT
Name of Center Observed: Library, computer laboratory, classroom _
Date of Observation: OCTOBER 11, 2011 _______
List of Available Learning Resources
Available Learning Resources
Characteristics and Unique Capabilities
Teaching Approaches where the Resource is Most Useful
1. Print Resources
Books in the library are mostly in good condition. They are seldom used because each of the students has their own books and workbooks.
Books are used during discussions. Workbooks are used for home works.
2. Audio/ Video Resources
· DVD player
· Music instruments
Each of the class has Television and a DVD player. All are in working condition.
Television and DVD players are useful during film showing. Musical instruments are introduced during lessons about music and when a student has enrolled a lesson to learn how to play a certain instrument.
3. Non-electronic visual resources
· Board displays
· Flash cards
· Flannel Board
Board displays are creatively done. Some of it involves student’s accomplishments. Some chalkboard has pictures posted on its sides that are used to motivate students to participate in activities.
Posters are shown to the class when its contents are related to the lesson. Flannel boards are used for storytelling. Flash cards are for class drills.