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Comparison of the different models of quality development at vocational schools Results of the survey among teachers of LCEZ quality progress measure Goeppingen, 21-23 April 2008. Lubelskie Centrum Edukacji Zawodowej im. Krzysztofa Kamila Baczy ń skiego. The aim of the survey.

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Lubelskie centrum edukacji zawodowej im krzysztofa kamila baczy skiego

Comparison of the different models of quality development at vocational schools

Results of the survey among teachers of LCEZ

quality progress measure

Goeppingen, 21-23 April 2008

Lubelskie Centrum Edukacji Zawodowejim. Krzysztofa Kamila Baczyńskiego


The aim of the survey

The aim of the survey

The aim of the survey was to measure theprogress in teachers’ awareness concerning quality measure and applying it in everyday work.


Method and time of the survey

Method and time of the survey

method/ tool used – questionnaires which included 7 open-answer questions

time of the survey – November 2007

and March 2008


Number of teachers participating in the survey

Number of teachers participating in the survey


What kind of qm activities are you aware of

What kind of QM activities are you aware of?

  • Didactic activities including preparing students to general final upper secondary exams and external vocational examinations

  • Upbringing –and- care-oriented activities (with preventing violence programs)

  • Educational measurement including entrance tests in Polish, English, Maths

  • Evaluation, self – evaluation, monitoring of the effectiveness of educational process

  • Other answers (e.g. comparing the status quo with the demands for modern school, cooperation between teachers and parents, pedagogical supervision carried out by the school, indicating standards that should be implemented in particular areas of school)

  • I don’t know


What kind of qm activities are you aware of what kind of qm activities are you aware of

What kind of QM activities are you aware of?What kind of QM activities are you aware of?


Where do i practice quality measure

Where do I practice quality measure?

  • Didactics (realizing curricula, preparing students for final external exams, improving the effectiveness of educational process)

  • Tutorial area

  • No answer

  • Cooperation with parents and other teachers


Where do i practice quality measure1

Where do I practice quality measure?


What qm activities have you been involved in

What QM activities have you been involved in?

  • Examining the results of students’ educational achievements

  • Working out entrance tests and diagnostic tests/ analyzing the results of tests mentioned above

  • Carrying out mock – exams (before final external exams) and analyzing their results

  • Comenius project

  • I haven’t been involved in any QM activity

  • No answer

  • Evaluation of my own work

  • Preparing tools for in-school quality measurement

  • Planning and realizing classes for students with special requirements (gifted, excellent students and poor ones)


What qm activities have you been involved in1

What QM activities have you been involved in?


What do i dislike in qm

What do I dislike in QM?

  • Paper work/ “red tape”/ creating and filling in many documents

  • No answer

  • Limits in suitability of QM procedures to our school


What do i dislike in qm1

What do I dislike in QM?


Where and how far do i profit of qm

Where and how far do I profit of QM?

  • Improving teaching methods/ own work (as a result of drawing conclusion from analysis of students achievements)

  • Stating strong and weak points of my school

  • Adjusting curricula of vocational subjects to external exams’ standards

  • Higher awareness and responsibility in everyday teaching

  • Properly implemented QM results in high standards and prestige of the school


Where and how far do i profit of qm1

Where and how far do I profit of QM?


How could i benefit from qm activities more easily in everyday work

How could I benefit from QM activities more easily in everyday work?

  • Improving everyday work (as a result of stating strong and weak points of the school)

  • Adjusting educational process to the intellectual abilities of students

  • Improving methods of teaching that should lead to students’ better results during final exams

  • No answer

  • Encouraging to systematic and reliable filling in and collecting school documents (reports, analysis sheets, etc.)

  • Participation in educational reforms


How could i benefit from qm activities more easily in everyday work1

How could I benefit from QM activities more easily in everyday work?


What are my ideas concerning quality measure in my school

What are my ideas concerning quality measure in my school?

  • Extending the range of areas measured

  • Deep analysis of school’s tutorial program (absence matters, students’ rights and responsibilities list, etc.)

  • Implementing and executing inner quality assurance system

  • Modernization of the didactic base that is going to improve the educational process

  • Better head teacher’s supervision of teachers – to distinguish between good and bad teachers

  • Improving cooperation between teachers (circulation of information)

  • Improving the atmosphere in school

  • No answer


What are my ideas concerning quality measure in my school1

What are my ideas concerning quality measure in my school?


Conclusions drawn from the survey

Conclusions drawn from the survey

  • Teachers’ attitude towards QM changed between November 2007 and March 2008

    • more teachers filled in the second questionnaire

    • Less teachers gave answers like “I don’t know” or gave no answer

  • Teachers’ awareness of QM increased

    • in March they recognized and indicated more activities connected with QM

    • they became involved in more QM activities and more of them became involved

    • less teachers are afraid of paper work connected with QM

  • Much more teachers saw strong connection between QM and the prestige of school and higher level of education


Conclusions drawn from the survey1

Conclusions drawn from the survey

  • Teachers noticed that they may benefit from QM activities in their work (better working conditions, more interesting, varied methods of teaching, better students, satisfaction)

  • Some changes depend on external factors (subsidies, decisions of Ministry of Education) and teachers cannot implement them freely and easily although it would be for school benefit

  • Teachers understood the core of QM – its usefulness in everyday work at school and of school


Preparations for implementing iso

Preparations for implementing ISO

Training concerning basic terminology and stages of implementing ISO in schools followed by the survey among LCEZ teachers


Iso survey

ISO survey

  • tool – questionnaire including 4 open-answer questions

  • time – February 2008

  • Questionnaires distributed – 90

  • Feedback questionnaires - 70


What is iso

What is ISO?

International norms of quality management

100 % answers


How can you and your school benefit from implementing iso

How can you and your school benefit from implementing ISO?

  • Improving the quality of the school

  • Having the indicator of quality that results in high standards of educational service and popularity/ prestige of school

  • Higher effectiveness of work, easy and clear ways of making decisions

  • Motivation to personal development and improving teaching methods

  • Easier and faster circulation of information

  • Better recognizing students’ needs

  • No personal benefits


How can you and your school benefit from implementing iso1

How can you and your school benefit from implementing ISO?


What should be done in order to act according to iso norms

What should be done in order to act according to ISO norms?

  • Gaining knowledge about procedures and undergoing qualification procedures

  • Working out and fulfilling inner norms of quality and detailed procedures of acting in particular areas and situations

  • Working out tools for assessing standards and patterns of school documents

  • Cooperation and involvement of the whole staff

  • Changing the attitude towards students (perceived as clients) and their needs


What should be done in order to act according to iso norms1

What should be done in order to act according to ISO norms?


What do you dislike in implementing iso

What do you dislike in implementing ISO?

  • Complicated procedures, very detailed documents

  • A lot of preparatory work

  • Being used to the previous style of work, being afraid of changes

  • Long period of trainings

  • Delayed effects


What do you dislike in implementing iso1

What do you dislike in implementing ISO?


Conclusions from the survey

Conclusions from the survey

  • Good knowledge of what ISO is

  • High awareness of the importance of increasing quality standards

  • Eagerness to take the challenge of implementing ISO

  • Good level of understanding subsequent stages of implementing ISO

  • Awareness of the amount of work that should be done

  • Threat concerning long training and a lot of paper work


How to work with excellent students

“How to work with excellent students”

Training for teachers’ board (workshops)

January 2008


Working with excellent students activities

Working with excellent students – activities

  • Students developed their interests in:

    • foreign languages (English and German)

    • arts (School Art Gallery)

    • sport

    • interpersonal relations

    • journalism (School Magazine)

    • film (Youth Film Academy)

  • most of these activities were financed from EFS funds


Achievements of excellent students

Achievements of excellent students

  • first place (individual) in the contest “Enterprising Student on a Job Market”

  • second place (team) in the country-level Mechatronic Contest

  • second place (team) in the Lublin Football Championships for Secondary Schools


Students participated in competitions organized at school

Students participated in competitions organized at school:

  • The Polish Language Contest

  • The Master of Spelling Contest

  • The English Language Contest

  • The First Aid Competition

  • The Information Technology Contest

  • The Mathematical Contest


Thank you very much

Thank you very much

Jacek Misiuk

Bożenna Jankiewicz

Agnieszka Kowalska

Wiesława Wąsik

Sławomir Dybała


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