Teacher Education Odisha - Support Teacher Education

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Directorate of Teacher Education &
State Council for Educational research & Training, Odisha
Bhubanrswar- 751001. India
Teacher Education System in Odisha
• TE in Odisha has a unified administrative structure under
the Dept. of SME.
• The DTE & SCRET, Odisha under SME manages all the TTIs:
63 Elementary and 15 Secondary TTIs.
• Besides the SSD dept has 2 ST schools and 01 Training
college
• ST schools(33), DRCs(6) & DIETs(24) are the elem. TTIs
• Training Colleges (2), CTEs(10) & IASEs(2) are secondary
TTIs
• At present Odisha the state has one Govt. aided Elem Tr
Training institution as minorities institutionsss
• School Edn. Depts., SSA & RMSA & Teacher Edn have
organic linkage between them
Organic Linkage between School Education & Teacher Edn
Govt in School
& Mass Education
Dir
Elem
BEO
SSA
Dist
Project
office
DTE & SCERT
DIET
DRC
Trg
School
Block & Cluster
Resource Centers
IASE
CTE Trg
College
RMSA
Dist
Project
office
Nodal Schools
Dir Sec
DEO
BSEO
Directorate of TE and SCERT
Headquarters
Establishment
Director
Deputy Director
Deputy Director
Deputy Director
Deputy Director
(Administration)
(Academic)
(Teacher Education)
(Science)
Assistant Directors & Others
Supporting Staff
Academic & Administrative
Elementary and Secondary Teacher
Education Institutions
Secondary
Elementary
DIETs
DRCs
S.T. Schools
(24)
(06)
(33)
IASEs
(02)
CTEs
(10)
Training College
(02)
Hindi Tr. Trg. College (01)
IASEs / CTEs in
Orissa
Sundargarh
Mayurbhanja
Keonjhar
Angul
Balangir
Cuttack
Khurda
Phulbani
Kalahandi
Ganjam
Koraput
IASEs (02)
CTEs (10)
Training Colleges (02)
Hindi Tr. Trg. Coll (01)
DIETs / DRCs in
Orissa
Sundargarh
Mayurbhanja
Deogarh
Keonjhar
Baragarh
Sonepur
Bhadrak
Angul
Jajpur
Boudh
Balangir
Cuttack
Khurda
Phulbani
Puri
Kalahandi
Jagatsinghpur
Ganjam
Rayagada
Koraput
Malkangiri
Phase I DIETs (13)
Phase II DIETs (11)
Phase II DRCs (06)
NCERT
RIE-B
UNICEF
NGO
UNFPA
DTE &
SCERT
Higher
Edn.
Dept
OSACS
WCD
Dept
SSD
Dept
Role of DTE & SCERT, Odisha
• The Council will work as counterpart of NCERT
(Govt. RESOLUTION NO. IIIE/A(1)-36/86(Pt.) NO. 32834/EYS DATED 09.07.1987)
• As a policy advisory body to the state govt. in matters of school
education and teacher education
• The major function of the Directorate is the management of
Teacher Education Institutions:
IASEs(02), CTEs(13),DIETs & DRCs(30) and Secondary Training
Schools(33)
•
and providing necessary academic guidance and support in the
field of Teacher Education and Research activities.
Major Functions of TE and SCERT, Odisha :
 Agent of change in
school education
 To act as an agent of change in school
education and teacher education.
 Management
and
supervision
of
Teacher
Training
Institutions
 To Manage, supervise and to
coordinate the working of the
Elementary
Teacher
Education
institutions (DIETs, DRCs and S.T.
Schools) and Secondary Teacher
Education Institutions (IASEs, CTEs
and Training Colleges).
Contd…

Conduct Inservice Training


Organize Correspondencecum-Contact Courses


Prepare curricula,
textbooks and
instructional materials

Implement
special
educational projects of
UNICEF, NCERT


To arrange inservice training for different
categories of teachers, Inspecting Officers
and Teacher Educators and coordinate the
work of other agencies operating at the State
level.
To
organize
programmes
including
correspondence-cum-contact courses for
professional development of teachers,
teacher educators and inspecting officers.
To prepare curricula, textbooks, instructional
materials for the use of educational
institutions, teachers of pre-schools and
elementary schools.
To organize and implement the special
educational projects sponsored by UNICEF, NCERT
and other agencies for qualitative improvement
of school education, teacher education and
supervisory practices.
Functions of Teacher Training Institutions
Secondary TTIs:
• Training Colleges offer pre-service B Ed course
• CTEs offers Bothe Pre-service B Ed & Inservice training
prog. For secondary teachers. 2 CTEs also offer M Ed
course
• IASEs offers Pre-service B Ed, M ED & M Phil course and
Inservice training prog for secondary teachers, Professional
development prog for Faculty of Elem TTIs, Edn. Managers
Elem. TTIs:
– ST schools offers preservice D El Ed course
– DRCs/DIETs offers both pre-service & inservice training
prog. Besides They conduct action research, evolve
innovative practices and provide onsite support to elem.
schools
Functions Contd….

Inservice Training Programme

Training programmes for elementary and
secondary teachers by Teacher Training
Institutions

Preparation
of
Training
monitoring of the programmes

Faculty Development Programme

Pre-School Teacher Education

Modules,
Pre-school Teacher Education Centres in 10
selected DIETs

Odisha State Open School

Planning, Budget and Accounts
Teacher Preparation in Multilingual Context
• Some regions of the state have specific language dominance.
• There is increasing demand for schools with specific language
medium – Telugu, Urdu & Santali language schools and
language specific Tr. Training schools
• State already has Urdu Tr. Training Schools.
• Two more such training schools - Telugu & Santali are being
opened this year in Ganjam & Maurbhanj respectively
Supply of Trained Teachers to Schools
 Odisha has been declared as a high teacher deficit
state by MHRD, GOI and N.C.T.E
 Demand for Trained Graduate Teachers
supply by 895 per year in the state
exceeds
 Demand for Trained elementary school Teachers
exceeds supply by 2235 teachers per year in the
state
Augmentation of Intake Capacity of Existing TTIs to
meet the Requirements of Trained Teachers
• Increasing the intake capacity for D.El.Ed.
Programme in the existing DIETs / DRCs only
from 3150 to 5400 (2250)
• Increasing the intake capacity for B.Ed.
Programme in the existing Secondary TTIs
from 1240 to 2150 (910)
Strengthening of Teacher Education
• Govt of India has been supporting
strengthening teacher education in the state
since 1988 under centrally sponsored scheme
of TE
• All TTIs- elem & sec. and SCERT is supported
with GOI.
• There is proposal of opening of 6 BIETs in 6
districts with higher concentration of SC & ST
populations
• Existing 6 DRCs are to upgraded to DIETs
Continuous Professional Development of Teachers
Present Focal Areas:
•Content & Pedagogy
•Emerging Concerns and Issues
•Changes in Policy & Practices
Approach to Planning:
•Need Assessment through classroom observation, monitoring reports
•Some programmes are centrally suggested
•Some are locally decided in the context
Implementation:
Planning in collaboration with SSA & RMSA and implementation through field
institutions at district to cluster levels
Strategic Approach:
Largely Face to face , Through monthly meetings , Exposure to Best Practices
Collaborative learning (Nascent stage)
Plan Ahead:
Looking for online teacher support, inter-school collaborative learning
Monitoring & Support System for TTIs
Now we have• Conventional paper based data management
• Periodic review meetings
• Periodic monitoring visits
We look forward to •
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Raising TEMIS
Networking of TTIs
Data Management Applications
Process & Performance standards based internal monitoring
Result Based System management
Inter Institutional collaboration and partnership for improvement
Challenges:
• Building technology infrastructure at all levels
• Raising technical competency of our workforce
• Ensuring system sustainability
Technology Integration in Teacher Education
Infrastructure:
DIET, DRCs, IASE, CTEs have improved but inadequate
Technology Learning Inputs:
In last 2 years most faculty trained through Digital Equalizer Prog.
Integration Level:
Mostly in level 2 & 3
Technology learning environment
Learning with tech
Management applications
Task Ahead:
Learning about tech.
Clearly articulated vision Tech
for illiteracy
tech expansion , skill building and
curricular integration
Send your observations:
Email: [email protected]
thank you very much

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