De La Salle Lipa, Philippines
This study aimed to determine the effects of Field Study Courses and Internship as practical work approach to LET Performance of the Teacher Education graduates of DLSL school year 2014-2015. Specifically, this study also aimed to determine the extent of implementation of the Field Study courses in the Teacher Education graduates in DLSL in terms of Curriculum as to syllabus, course requirements, deployment, assessment; Management as to resource utilization and budget; and Attitude as to promptness, personality, and values, and the learning skills developed among Field Study students based on the National Competency-Based Teacher Standards (NCBTS). The study showed that there was statistically significant relationship between the extent of implementation of Field Study Courses and Internship and the learning skills developed among the Field Study and intern students with the LET performance. Using multiple regressions the results showed that the Field Study Course and Internship as practical work approach has significant effect on the LET performance of the Teacher Education graduates of DLSL school year 2015-2016.
Field Study Courses, Internship, Practical Work Approach, LET Performance