Jun-Jun R. Ramos, Marilyn S. Luzano


Luis–Fe Gomez (LFG) Diamantina National High School, where the researcher assigned as Practical Research and Language Teacher, Qualities of a teacher is one of the key arenas in the holistic development of the student. Burning its torch of discipline and excellence, the school believes that education plays a vital role in the development of human capital which is linked to individual’s well–being and opportunities for better living. As far as the researcher observation there is a need in assessing their proper behavior because at their age critical changes in their intellectual and emotional growth. But, not all teachers are successful in building relationships with students.  Five teachers who have been conferred with the ‘Discipline and Excellence Test (DET)”in Senior High School Teacher of LFG-Diamantina National High School These DET test were selected as they are committed teachers who have consistently demonstrated outstanding performance over a long period of time with impactful achievements reflected in students’ performance and in their Individual Performance Commitment and Review Form. One of the criteria for the DET was about their care and concern for students’ needs in arranging learning activities to improve students’ performance and development. The DET test shared good practices and memorable anecdotes with a focus on the strategies used in their classroom teaching as well as for building relationship with their students.  The sharing was recorded and transcribed for analysis. Luis Fe Gomez Diamantina National High School served and believed in the motto #TayoParaSaMaunladNaDiamantinaNHS and center for Discipline and Excellence in the Division of Isabela where teacher has a vital role in teaching and learning process. From the Legal Bases of the teacher in Philippine constitution it was stated that Teachers are persons in authority when in lawful discharge of duties and responsibilities… shall therefore be accorded due respect and protection (Commonwealth Act No. 578) and Teachers shall be given opportunity to choose career alternatives for advancements.

Keywords: Seven Personal Qualities, Senior High School, Student, Linking Support.

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