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Supervision and Monitoring In the Primary Section. And. Monitoring & Assessing School Internship. REFERENCES. SCHOOL SUPERVISION POLICY OF KENDRIYA VIDYALAYAS. Supervision is primarily carried out to assess the quality and / or performance.

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Supervision and Monitoring

In the Primary Section

And

Monitoring &

Assessing School Internship

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REFERENCES

SCHOOL SUPERVISION

POLICY OF

KENDRIYA VIDYALAYAS

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Supervision is primarily carried out to assess the quality and / or performance.

It also aims to identify the strong and weak areas so as to facilitate their effective functioning.

NCF 2005 says that it is a process that enables and provides constructive feedback in relation to the teaching and learning process with in specific classroom contexts.

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PROCESSES WHICH ARE TO BE

MONITORED

  • Targets
  • b) Efforts
  • c) Key result areas
  • d) Major achievements
  • e) Major deficiencies
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AREAS WHICH ARE TO BE

MONITORED AS HMs

  • Academic
  • Various Efforts by Teachers and Students
  • Facilities and Amenities in the School
  • Achievement,
  • Recognition and feedback from various stakeholders.
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KEY MESSAGES

Supervision is not only class Observation

It is a monitoring of the complete holistic learning

Environment of the school,

3.It is an on going process which assesses

the strengths and weaknesses of all aspects of the

Primary

4.It also scrutinises the Processes

FOCUS AREA FOR SUPERVISION-

The Teaching-learning Process

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ROLE OF THE HM AS A SUPERVISOR

EDUCATIONAL LEADER- Discusses and leads sound pedagogical practices

FACILITATOR- facilitates to optimise the strengths of the Teacher

GUIDE- shows the direction for progress and improvement

EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATOR- uses appropriate means of dialogue and conversation

MEDIATOR- helps establish collaboration between teachers to promote progress and Quality

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HOW TO SUPERVISE

To begin with:

Set in pre-observation mechanisms- discuss the class with the teacher before and after the class

Note specific ,constructive remarks, focussing on the professional strengths of the teacher

Facilitate through multiple means the skills to be developed in the teacher

Write specific remarks- not just “YES” / “NO”

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WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN CLASS

SUPERVISION

Whether is teacher is clear about what is to be taught in the thirty minutes

begins with prior knowledge of the students and connects it to the daily life

Involves all children through Group Work facilitated by COST EFFECTIVE TLMs

Uses BlackBoard and other aids

Summarizes the learning points in a Lesson

SKILLS OF A TEACHER

Communicates effectively

is child friendly and shows good rapport and facilitates peer interactions

Maintains necessary documentation

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MONITORING TOOLS

SOURCE-

cce marks posted on www.kvsangathan.nic.in

PERFORMANCE

PORTFOLIO

CLASS OBSERVATION

school internship

SCHOOL INTERNSHIP

ZIET MYSORE IS CONDUCTING A 6 MONTH SPECIAL IN-SERVICE TRAINING FOR PRTs WITH B.Ed qualification who have joined as PRTs w.e.f Sept. 2001

Training Period July – December

Modes- Distance and PCP- personal Contact programme

Distance Mode will have weekly online assignments and 3 PCPs will be held at ZIET

The trainees are to be monitored in the School in all aspects and evidence of their work compiled and sent to ZIETs by the HMs. A Monitoring tool will be sent with instructions for facilitating the same.

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