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Tuesday, November 6, 2012

PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL


STRENGTHS
PAST
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PASSA
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AREAS OF IMPROVEMENT
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What is Performance Appraisal?
          It is the observation and assessment of work performance against pre-determined job-related standards.

TEACHING BEGINNING and DEVELOPMENTAL READING


Goals of a Beginning Reading Program
          development of genuine love for reading
          development of comprehension and critical thinking skills
          oral reading development and the correct use of language structures
          development of word attack (decoding) skills
The Four-Pronged Approach
in Teaching Beginning Reading

          Sharing a Story
          Postreading Activitties
Language Lesson
          Decoding Lesson

          To develop genuine love for reading
          To develop comprehension and critical thinking skills
          To develop oral language and the correct use of language structures
          To develop word attack skills


Monday, November 5, 2012

MOTIVATING TEACHERS for Peak Performance


THE MOTIVATION PROCESS

MOTIVATION is an inner state that causes an individual to behave in a way that ensures the accomplishment of some goals.

MOTIVATION explains why people behave the way they do.
MOTIVATIONAL DRIVES
(Types of Motivation)

 Achievement motivation
-  the drive to pursue and  attain goals
 - the drive to achieve  objectives and advance up   the ladder of success

Achievement-oriented people:

-work harder when their supervisors
provide detailed evaluation of their work

MANAGING OFFICIAL COMMUNICATION

Halley’s Comet
A memorandum, as it goes down the chain of command in an educational institution.
  
SUBJECT               :  Operation Halley’s Comet
FROM                   :  Chairman of the Board of Trustees
TO                          :  The President

Tomorrow evening at approximately eight (8) p.m., Halley’s Comet will be visible in this area, an event which occurs only once every seventy five (75) years.  Have the students fall out in the football fields in uniforms and I will explain this rare phenomenon to them.  In case of rain, we will not be able to see anything, so assemble the students in the auditorium and I will show them film of it.

  

Thursday, August 23, 2012

CRISIS MANAGEMENT

QUESTIONS
·         What problems were you able to identify in the case? Which would you consider as the most pressing problem among those which you identified?
·         What contending concerns and issues do you think greatly affect the situation? List them down.
·         Based on the caselet, what do you consider as the probable causes of the identified priority problem?
·         What possible solutions can you offer?
·         Which among the solutions can work favorably and immediately to solve the identified priority problems?
PIPAC

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

CONFLICT MANAGEMENT


Conflict comes from the Latin root word “com” - together and “fligere” - to strike. Conflict is a state of real difference between two or more persons where overt behavior is characterized by differing perceptions toward goals that in turn create tensions, disagreement and emotionality that tends to polarize those involved.

Conflict is inevitable, and although hazardous to any relationship especially to management is not the end of the world. It has its advantage and liabilities.
FOUR AREAS OF DISAGREEMENT
§  FACTS  (present situation or problem)
§  METHODS (best ways to achieve the goals)
§  GOALS (how we would like things to be)
§  VALUES (long-term goals and qualities we support
CONDITIONS FOSTERING CONFLICT
·         Poorly defined jobs, tasks, responsibility and ranges of authorities.
  • Prior history of conflict between two or more people or groups.

Sunday, August 19, 2012

CONDUCTING EFFECTIVE MEETING

ACTIVITY
                The Principal intends to call a meeting of the teachers in his/her school to tackle an urgent concern which is in connection with the coming visit of the secretary.
                Considering that the school is about to break for Christmas vacation, he/she informed his/her teachers to come to the conference room.
Let us observe how the meeting shall be conducted and comment later on the behaviors of the participants to the meeting
How was the meeting conducted?
What salient points did you observe about the conduct of the meeting?

WHY MEET?

TO PROVIDE INFORMATION
TO MAKE DECISIONS
To give participants a sense of group identity.
To enhance motivation and commitment.
To help develop synergy.
To provide an opportunity for positive reinforcement.
Basic School Management Course

Friday, August 3, 2012

Administrative Discipline of Public School Teachers

Part I: Administrative Discipline

A.  Administrative Discipline: Basic Principle
Mechanism by which public servants are made answerable for acts or omissions committed in the service, provided—
Due process is observed
Security of tenure protected

B. Constitutional and Legal Basis for Administrative Discipline
1987 Constitution
Article IX, B, Sec 2
w  No disciplinary action except for cause provided by law
Article XI, Sec 1
·         Public office-public trust
·         Public servants accountable to people

Monday, July 16, 2012

SIP: School Improvement Plan

This is an example of Five Year School Improvement Plan. It will provide idea and picture on how to create, implement, and evaluate school programs based on a targeted output on the plan. It will also help and guide future head of schools make and see the future of their school.

Monday, December 5, 2011

INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP and SUPERVISION


INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP
  •  may be defined as those actions undertaken with the intention of developing a productive and satisfying working environment for teachers and desirable learning conditions and outcomes for the children.
  • Instructional leadership encompasses "those actions that a principal takes, or delegates to others, to promote growth in student learning"
INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP AND SUPERVISION
7 Correlates of Effective Schools

Instructional Leadership
  •  Clear and Focused Mission 
  • Safe and Orderly Environment 
  • Climate of High Expectations 
  • Frequent Monitoring of Student Progress 
  • Positive Home-School Relations 
  • Opportunity to Learn and Student Time on Task 

Katz’ 3 Basic Skill Areas for Administrators
      A. human
      B. technical
      C. conceptual

Mann’s Classification of  Supervisory Skills
A. human
B.  technical
C. administrative or managerial

INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM --
  - a set of related activities intended to achieve teaching and maximized pupil/student learning and the efficient utilization of available material/human resources.

CRITICAL AREAS OF CONCERN OF THE INSTRUCTIONAL LEADER
1. Curriculum implementation
2. The teaching -learning environment
3. Instructional materials
4. Pupil/student assessment
5. Techniques/Methods of teaching
6. Staff development

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