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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Region III
Division of Bulacan
District of Bulakan
MATUNGAO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Matungao Bulakan, Bulacan

TRAINING GUIDE ON THE SLAC SESSION


FOR COLLABORATIVE PEDAGOGICAL APPROACH

I. OBJECTIVES:

This session aims to:


 discuss the important details about collaborative pedagogical approach as a teaching
and learning pedagogy
 give examples of strategies and activities associated to collaborative pedagogical
approach
 create a sample lesson log with the use of collaborative pedagogical approach

II. CONTENTS:
What is collaborative teaching and learning?
Collaborative learning is a method of teaching and learning in which students team
together to explore a significant question or create a meaningful project. A group of students
discussing a lecture or students from different schools working together over the Internet on a
shared assignment are both examples of collaborative learning.
In cooperative learning, students work together in small groups on a structured activity.
They are individually accountable for their work, and the work of the group as a whole is also
assessed.

EXAMPLE OS COLLABORATIVE LEARNING TECHNIQUES


1. Think-Pair-Share
The learning activity involves explaining answers/

BENEFITS OF INTEGRATIVE APPROACH

1. Help alleviate fragmentation of learning and isolated skill instruction


2. Train students to think and reason at a higher level (critical thinking)
3. Provide instruction in a more relevant and interesting to the students

Goal: Integrative teaching is supposed to allow students to learn how to approach a problem as
they might have in the real world and getting them to consider a single issue from the different
angles.
Method: An integrative curriculum emphasizes projects rather than individual, self-sufficient
lessons.
Other forms of Integrative Strategy:

1. Lecture – Discussion
2. Demonstration – Lecture Method
3. Film Showing Discussion
4. Reporting Discussion

III. ACTIVITIES
 Create a daily lesson log incorporating integrative approach with the use of reporting
discussion strategy

Prepared by:

EMMANUEL JOHN C. CASTRO


Teacher III/ Session Speaker

Approved:

JAYSIE M. ENRIQUEZ
Principal III