secretary`s hour - Tarlac City Schools Division

Report
SUMMARY OF ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT ON INSTRUCTIONAL
SUPERVISION (ARIS) FORMS SY 2013-2014
A. ELEMENTARY LEVEL
DISTRICTS
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Tarlac North
June July Aug
Sept Oct Nov
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2. Tarlac East
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3. Tarlac West
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Tarlac South
5. Tarlac
Central
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Feb Mar
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B. SECONDARY LEVEL
HIGH SCHOOLS
1.Alvindia-Aguso
Main
2.Armenia IS
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REMARKS
8
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Elem.
3.Amucao Annex
4.Amucao Main
5.CAT Main
6.CAT Annex
7.Maliwalo Main
8.Maliwalo Ann.
(Tibag)
9.San Manuel Main
10.San Manuel
Annex
11.Balibago
Primero IS
12.Batang-BatangIS
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13.Burot IS
14.Sto.Cristo IS
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ANALYSIS/INTERPRETATION:
School Heads were more focused on
instructional supervision during the first semester than in
the second semester, probably attributed to the
prevalence of more co-curricular activities from
October to December. However, in January most
school heads were once again focused on instructional
supervision
in
preparation
for
the
National
Achievement Test (which includes review, remedial,
enhancement
classes).
In February and March, the busiest months,
majority of the school heads failed to submit the ARIS
forms since this period is very close to the NAT schedule
and
for
the
Graduation
preparations.
AGREEMENT:
* ARIS forms should be submitted every 1st
Friday of the month
* ARIS form 1 should be accomplished by
school heads ARIS form 2 should be
accomplished by PSDSs/EPSs
* There should be a summary of ARIS Forms 1
in the district
* ARIS form 1 should be supported by a
Monthly Schedule for Instructional Supervision
COMMON OBSERVATIONS:
Merits/Good Points:
1. Some school heads submitted ARIS forms on time/ahead of
deadline.
2. There were school heads who submitted ARIS Forms with
Monthly Schedule for Instructional Supervision (e.g. Mrs.
Tiamzon for the month September)
3. There was notable congruence between the domains
observed and the technical assistance extended in most
reports.
4. It was also noted that there were school heads who really
spent time in accomplishing the ARIS forms as shown by their
good personal comments.
5. Generally, there was an improvement in the instructional
supervision among school heads compared to the previous
school year as evidenced by their ARIS reports.
Demerits/Areas for Improvements
1. Based on records, most reports were submitted late.
Some school heads did not meet the target number of
teachers to be observed in a day (at least ATAD).
2. Consolidated reports showed that some school
heads did not submit ARIS Form 1 in the districts.
3. There were instances when consolidated district
reports did not have a summary of ARIS forms 1
4. Some ARIS Forms I were just “copy paste” from the
previous reports.
5. One district submitted very early report; ARIS forms
to be submitted should be for the month of October,
but the PSDS already submitted ARIS form for November
(one month advance) . Schools visited were not yet
indicated.
Suggestions/Recommendations:
1. Constant follow-up for early submission of ARIS forms.
2. Observance of at least one teacher a day for small
schools, and two or three teachers for big schools.
3. Inclusion of other areas of concern of instructional
supervision like checking of competencies taught for the
month/grading period, curriculum/teacher’s/
learner’s guide, periodic test items, facilitation of the
preparation for instructional materials etc., and “not purely
class observations”.
4. Issuance of a memorandum to those who would fail to
submit ARIS forms after one month of delay in submission.
5. Honesty in accomplishing the ARIS forms, above all
“COMMITMENT” in the performance of our job.
UPDATES ON ARIS FORMS 1 SY 2014-2015
Elementary for the month of June
Tarlac Central =6 schools submitted/ PSDS visited 6 schools
Tarlac East= none / PSDS visited 4 schools
Tarlac North = 17 schools submitted
Tarlac South = none
Tarlac West = none
Secondary for the month of June
Amucao HS Main = 6 cases of class observation
(Mrs. Ma. Linda Cayabyab)
For the month of July
Tibag HS = 20 cases of observation (Mrs. Rebecca Sotto)
UPDATES ON CONTINUOUS
IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (CIP)
Tarlac Central submitted on July 7= complete (8)
Tarlac North submitted on July 8= complete (20)
Tarlac East submitted on July 23 =complete (12)
Tarlac South = 1 submitted on Aug.1 (San Miguel CES)
Tarlac West =NONE
San Manuel HS Main : July 28 (Mrs. Helen Laus)
San Manuel HS Annex: July 8( Mrs. Marian Tiamzon)
SECRETARY’S
HOUR
17th National
MANCOM Meeting
SECRETARY’S HOUR
WHAT TO LOOK
FOR IN A
CLASROOM
Excerpts from the Schools
Our Children Deserve by
Alfie Kohn (1999)
SECRETARY’S HOUR
Keep in Mind
To
what extent does a
given school meet the
basic psychological needs
shared by all the students?
SECRETARY’S HOUR
Keep in Mind
To
what extent does it
meet every child’s unique
needs?
SECRETARY’S HOUR
Keep in Mind
To
what extent is it likely to
promote the long term goal
of our mission?
SECRETARY’S HOUR
Keep in Mind
To
what extent does it
reflect a general sense of
the purposes of education?
SECRETARY’S HOUR
Furniture
Good Signs
Possible Reasons
to Worry
•Chairs around
tables to facilitate
interaction
• Comfortable
areas for
learning,
including multiple
“activity centers”
• Open spaces for
gathering
•Chairs all
facing forward
or (even
worse) desks in
rows
SECRETARY’S HOUR
Faces
Good Signs
Possible Reasons to
Worry
•Eager,
engage
•Blank, bored
SECRETARY’S HOUR
Sounds
Good Signs
Possible Reasons to
Worry
•Frequent
hum of
activity and
ideas being
exchanged
•The teacher’s
voice is the
loudest or
most often
heard
•Frequent
periods of
silence
SECRETARY’S HOUR
On
the
walls
Good Signs
Possible Reasons to
Worry
•Covered with
students’ projects
•Evidence of student
collaboration
•Sign, exhibits, or lists
obviously created
by students rather
than the teacher
•Information about,
and personal
mementos of the
people who spend
time together in the
classroom
•Nothing
•Commercial poster
•Students’ assignments
displayed are: a)
suspiciously flawless, b)
only from the “best”
students, or c) virtually
are alike
•List of rules created by
an adult or punitive
consequences for
misbehavior
•Sticker chart- or other
evidence of student
ranking
SECRETARY’S HOUR
Location
of
Teacher
Good Signs
Possible Reasons to
Worry
•Typically
working
with
students so
it takes a
few
seconds to
find him/
her
•Typically front
and center
SECRETARY’S HOUR
Teacher’s
Voice
Good Signs
Possible Reasons to
Worry
•Respectful,
genuine,
warm
•Controlling and
imperious
•Condescending
and saccharinesweet
SECRETARY’S HOUR
Student’s
Reaction
to Visitor
Good Signs
Possible Reasons to
Worry
•Welcoming,
eager to
explain or
demonstrate
what they’re
doing or to
use visitor as
a resource
Either unresponsive
or hoping to be
distracted from
what they’re doing
SECRETARY’S HOUR
Good Signs
Class
Discussion
Possible Reasons to
Worry
•Students often
• All exchanges
address one
involved (or directed
another directly
by) the teachers;
•Emphasis on
students wait to be
thoughtful
called on
exploration of
• Emphasis on facts
complicated
and right answers
issues
• Students race to be
•Students ask
first to answer
questions at
teacher’s “Who can
least as often as tell me…?”queries
the teacher
does
SECRETARY’S HOUR
Stuff
Good Signs
Possible Reasons to
Worry
•Room
overflowing
with good
books, art
supplies,
animals and
plant, science
apparatus;
“sense of
purposeful
clutter”
• Textbooks,
worksheets and
other packaged
instructional
materials
predominate;
sense of enforced
orderliness
SECRETARY’S HOUR
Good Signs
Tasks
Possible Reasons to
Worry
•Different
• All students usually
activities often doing the same
take place
thing
simultaneously • When students
•Activities
aren’t listening to
frequently
the teacher,
completed by they’re working
pairs or groups alone
of students
SECRETARY’S HOUR
Around
the
School
Good Signs
Possible Reasons to
Worry
• Appealing
atmosphere: a place
where people would
want to spend time
• Students’ projects fill
the hallways
• Library is well stocked
and comfortable
• Restrooms in good
condition
• Faculty lounge is
warm and inviting
• Students helping in
lunchroom, library,
and with other school
functions.
• Stark, institutional feel
• Awards, trophies, and
prizes displayed,
suggesting an emphasis
on triumph rather than
community
As a closing statement…
“Leadership is the art of getting
someone else to do something you want
done because he wants to do it.”
Dwight D. Eisenhower

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