Guidelines on 5 Day Training to TS Schools HMs, Principals on Academic Issues5 Day Training to TS Schools HMs, Principals on Academic Issues: Recently State Level training has been given to the DRGs from 30th October to 3rd November, 2015 for giving training/Orientation to HMs of High Schools and the training programmes at District Level/Divisional Level will be conducted by the DIETs in all the Districts. Now, SCERT Director, Telangana State has given the proceedings rc.no.419 on 6th November, 2015, it was planned to conduct a 15-day orientation programme to all the HMs working in High Schools and Principals of Residential Schools, Model Schools, KGBVs etc. under government management in three different spells @ 5-days each i.e.
Spell-I is on academic issues,and guidelines, instructions, Unit cost and Time table have been issued for 5 Day HMs Divisional/ District Level Training in Telangana State. Details of Proceedings, Unit cost and Time table of HMs Divisional/ District Level Training asfollows..
Spell-II will be on administrative issues and
Spell-III will be on ICT.
5 Day Training to TS Schools HMs, Principals on Academic Issues -TIME TABLE
- Registration-Introduction - course objectives
- Purpose of the school
- Reflections on the practice and functioning of the schools - Its implication
- Nature of the child, child context, assumptions and realities - Classroom implications
- Learning - Knowledge - How children learns - Assumptions and realities
- Quality of teaching - Assumptions and realities - New trends and how textbooks supports quality teaching
- Educational reforms and key principles - Its implications
- New textbooks - Key principles - Salient features - How to use effectively?
- Reading the chapters 12 and 14 in the Module (SDPand School vision, mission)
Sharing and Reflections
- About SDP and School Vision, Mission
- Nature of the subject - Purpose - Academic Standards - Classroom implications - Steps for teaching (Indian languages)
- Nature of the subject - Purpose - Academic Standards - Classroom implications - Steps for teaching (English)
- Nature of the subject - Purpose - Academic Standards - Classroom implications - Steps for teaching (Maths)
- Nature of the subject - Purpose - Academic Standards - Classroom implications - Steps for teaching (Science)
- Nature of the subject - Purpose - Academic Standards - Classroom implications - Steps for teaching (Social Studies)
- Reading the chapters 13 and 15 in the Module (Inclusive Edn. and 10 ways for School Development)
Sharing and Reflections
- About Inclusive Education and 10 ways for School Development
- Attainment of basic competencies - Remedial teaching ( Reading and writing -Telugu)
- Attainment of basic competencies - Remedial teaching (Arithmetic skills- Maths)
- CCE - Examination reforms, its importance, issues and problems
- Formative Assessment (FA)
A. Formative Assessment (FA):
1.Children participation and reflection ( langauges / Maths/ Social / Science) understanding with proper examples - It's evaluation
2. Written works
3. Project wor k s
4. Slip test - Understanding with examples - It's evaluation
B. Summative Assessment (SA) - Weightages, nature of questions, understanding question papers, valuation indicators etc.
- CCE & Examination reforms - FAQs and answers
- Teacher preparation - Plans (Year plan, unit/lesson plan)
- RP explanation
- Preparation of plans by participants in groups (subject-wise)
- Presentation by the participants and suggestions
- HMs academic monitoring and classroom observation (discussion on classroom observation format)
- Management of school s ys t em - Aca d em i c calendar - Time table - Resource utilization - HMs role.
- Planning for school visit and classroom observation, implementation of CCE (FA and SA1 valuation)
A. School visit (@5 participants to one school)
B. Repor t pr epar ation on school visit (implementation of academic calendar, TLP, teacher preparation, plans, CCE - FA & SA1 valuation of answer scripts.
C. Presentation and discussion on school visit programme.
D. Co-curricular subjects
1. Art & Cultural Edn.
2. Valu Edn. & Life Skills
3. Work & Computer Edn.
4. Health & Physical Edn.
E. Course evaluation and valedictory
Strategies for session dealing:
1. Introduction - Presentation of discussion points / questions - module reading / Brain storming / group work/ PPT presentation / situation analysis / sharing of experiences/ Panel discussion etc. -Sum up
HMs Training - Unit cost per batch:
|S.No||Item||Unit cost (in Rs.)||No of participants||Days||Total amount (in Rs.)|
|1||Working lunch (50+4)||50||54||5||13500|
|3||Water and cleaning||10||54||3||1620|
|4||Note book and pen||20||54||1||1080|
|5||Stationery & contingency||500||1||1||500|
|7||Conveyance to Participants (Actual TA)||100||50||5||25000|
|9||RP's DA as per TA norms||300||3||6||5400|
|10||RP's TA (Actual bus fares)||150||3||6||2700|
Principals and State Level Observers - Expenditure:
|S.No||Item||Unit cost in Rupees||No of Participants||Total Amount . (in Rs.) per spell|
|2||Vehicle hire charges||2000||1||10000|
|3||Observers TA, DA, lodge and honorarium (Actual TA norms and Rs.200/- per day honorarium [Actuals].||5000||1||5000|
|4||Module transport charges from Hyderabad (Actualsone time)||3000||0||3000|