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COLLOQUIUM 2009. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. NORTH WEST PROVINCE. KENNETH KAUNDA DISTRICT . FACTORS AFFECTING POOR PERFORMANCE. Absenteeism Late Coming Indecisiveness A tool to monitor performance at other levels than Grade 12 Presentation of content inadequate . HOW ARE WE DOING IN ?.

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Department of education

COLLOQUIUM 2009

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

NORTH WEST PROVINCE

KENNETH KAUNDA DISTRICT


Department of education

FACTORS AFFECTING POOR PERFORMANCE

  • Absenteeism

  • Late Coming

  • Indecisiveness

  • A tool to monitor performance at other levels than Grade 12

  • Presentation of content inadequate


Department of education

HOW ARE WE DOING IN ?

  • Foundations for learning campaign

  • Teaching and learning campaign

  • Managing labour relations

  • Holding officials of the department accountable

  • Recruitment of quality educators and principals

  • Transformation (selection of learners)

  • Managing Resources

  • NSNP

  • grudgingly complying? Educators …SIP???


Department of education

VISION OF THE DISTRICT

  • A PORTRAIT OF EXCELLENCE

  • P = f (m+a) E


Department of education

LIVING THE MOTTO

  • Assessment – if you assess properly – you are bound to teach properly

  • Farm Schooling

  • Financial statements from schools

  • Role of district v/s Area office v/s Circuit v/s SMT

  • Lets not boast with what we have done, lets fight for doing more

  • Learner Transport

  • Partnerships – Local , Provincial , International

  • Laptops for educators – R130 allowance


Department of education

WAY FORWARD

  • Camps for all Grade 12 schools in June

  • Turbo Camps

  • Area managers to convene meetings with our employees

  • Persuade progressive schools to participate and appoint progressive teachers


Department of education

QUICK WINS

  • “EVERY CHILD MATTERS”popularize, live the motto.

  • Teachers on time – teaching.

  • Managers play supportive roles

  • Pension benefits

  • Pay roll

  • Circuit Managers reporting on a Monthly basis- target set by schools- are they being realized ?

  • Scare subjects- appoint immediately. If expatriate appoint according to work permit


3 types of takers

3 TYPES OF TAKERS

  • RISK TAKERS

  • CARE TAKERS

  • UNDERTAKERS


Price of leadership

PRICE OF LEADERSHIP

  • LONELINESS

  • STRESS

  • FATIGUE

  • CRITICISM


Department of education

  • Centralize and get the best for the system

  • Dysfunctional schools – foot soldiers LAIP – strengthen what is there

  • Assess state of education in the District

  • Look at a way to stop having trapped schools.

  • Lets not be persuaded to do our job.

  • Identify at cold face- corporate level

  • Subject advisors – Dr Myburgh – GET/FET – EMS

  • Circuit Managers report target on a monthly basis


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