Topic: Teacher’s Response to the Topic:
PRODUCT VS PROCESS
I. Teacher’s Profile
Name: Mrs. Marie Joy C. Talavera
Position: Classroom Teacher/Adviser
School: College of the Immaculate Conception
No. of Years in teaching: 3 years
II. Profile of the School:
College of the Immaculate Conception
Sumacab Este, Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija
The College of the Immaculate Conception (CIC) traces its roots from the institution founded by Rev. Fr. Ruperto T. Rosario, then parish priest of Cabanatuan City, when he founded the San Nicolas Catholic School in 1926.
In 1936, the school was renamed Cabanatuan Institute by its then Director, Rev. Carlos S. Inquimboy. In that same year also, the Reverend Sisters of St. Paul de Chatres came and helped in the administration of the School for four years. To the reverend Sisters were attributed the opening to the public the secondary courses, and the establishment of a dormitory for girls.
In 1950, the Right Rev. Monsignor Pacifico B. Araullo became the next Head; 1962 the School was elevated to College status, and was thus renamed College of the Immaculate Conception or better known as CIC. Msgr. Araullo was CIC’s Founder and the first President. It was during his term that the School greatly progressed and became known in the City and the Province for being the first Catholic College in Nueva Ecija. In 1937, CIC was chosen as the Center for the Applied Nutrition Program and Teacher Training for Nueva Ecija. It had also served as testing centers for the selection of DOST and PSHS scholars. Msgr. Araullo served CIC until his death in 1980.
No. of Years Operating: 84
No. of Students: 810
III. Narrative Report of he InterviewI approach her beside the principal’s office at second floor, high school building.
At first, she ask me why I need to have an interview with her.
Then she answer the questionnaire that I gave to her.
IV. Teacher’s Response
She said that the most important is the process because she can see to it how her students progress.
I found out that this kind of interview is very hard to do.
I need to approach the most approachable teacher for me to have this.
Jennifer P. Bautista