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Wednesday, 24 June 2015

RC.37,Action Plan, Performance Indicators to AMOs

Proc.RC.No. 37/SSA/A3/2015                                                                   Date:     -06-2015

            Sub: -  SSA, A.P., Hyderabad - Pedagogy - Action Plan, Performance Indicators &                                  Quality Road map and guidelines- Communicated to DPO


            The attention of District Educational Officers and Project Officers, Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan in the state is invited to the subject and reference cited and they are informed  that the following gaps are identified in the implementation of the quality programmes at district level.  
  • Lack of monitoring at DPO and Mandal Level.
  • Lack of on-job support to the teachers.
  • Non Implementation of school complex meetings at U.P Level.
  •  Non- Achievement of learning outcomes.
  • Proper Implementation of CCE.
  • Non Implementation of Quality Road Map.

            To overcome above said gaps, the following Performance Indicators of AMOs, Strategy, Plan of action are designed to strengthening the enhancement of quality education.

1. Performance Indicators of AMOs:

1.      School Monitoring :
·         How many schools visited
·         How many class room instructions observed
·         No. of schools provided on job support
·         No. of schools implemented the Unit plan/Lesson Plan
·         No. of schools implemented the CCE
·         No of schools maintained formative and summative records.
2.      School Complex Meeting:
·         How many Primary school complex meetings visited 
·         How many Upper Primary school complex meetings visited
·         No of head masters  followed complex schedule communicated by State Project Office  
·         No. of School Complex head masters involved /Participated
3.      MRC:
·         How many MRC centres visited
·         What activities of MRC supervised & improved upon

4.      Review meeting/ meetings:
·         How many review meetings conducted at DPO level
·         How many review meetings conducted at divisional/Mandal level
·         How many meetings participated at district/divisional/Mandal level
·         Please bring qualitative monitoring aspects not just quantitative as indicated now.
5.      Teleconferences / Video conferences:
·         How many teleconferences organised and attended
·         How many video conferences organised and attended
6.      School Management Committees:
·         How many school Management committee meetings attended
7.      Trainings:
·         Have you prepared the plan of action for the conduct of trainings
·         Have you identified training needs of the CRTs of KGBVs, Part time Instructors, Madarsa Instructors and preparation of the plan of action
·         Have you identified local TLM & material for the different trainings organised at District/ Divisional/ Mandal/ Complex level.
·         Have you identified strong resource persons and subject experts for the trainings at all levels
8.      Research &Evaluation:
·         Have you conducted comparative evaluation of students according to their standards with base line test
·         Have you prepared evaluation reports of summative tests (3), formative tests (4) and follow up action. 
·         Have you identified sample schools for the State Level Achievement Survey (SLAS), and follow up action based on the results
·         Have you prepared abstract of all the research studies
·         Have you prepared report generation of the trainings, monitoring reports at different level etc
·         To be revised to indicate utilisation of evaluation reports and taking follow up action for demonstrating improvement achieved. 
9.      Others:
·         Have you prepared plan of action for the state level observation
·         Have you prepared action plan regarding quality subject
·           Have you conduct need based interactions with subject experts for improving quality of education at different levels
·         Have you prepare plan of action for the conduct of the interactive radio programmes
·         Have you submitted tour dairy every month or not
·         Have you submitted monthly progress report to the State Project Office in scheduled time or not.



2. STRATEGY ACTION PLAN FOR 2015-16:

S. No.
Activity
Strategy
Timeline
1.
Quality Monitoring Tools
1.    Data collection of school information through School monitoring format and entry of data through online from MRC.
Every Quarter


2.    Consolidation of data at district level and at state level. Generation of reports and its analysis.
Every Quarter


3.    Review on reports of QMT at different levels i.e Mandal, district and State.
Every Quarter
2.
Performance Indicators
4.    Self performance appraisal of teachers by using tool, designed by NCERT.
Yearly twice


5.    Validation of performance of the teacher by concerned HM.
Yearly twice


6.    Data entry of teachers’ performance appraisal which is made as part of QMT.
Yearly twice


7.    Appraisal of teachers performance at school level by HM, school complex level by school complex HM, mandal level by MEO and at district level by DEO/DPO 
Yearly Twice


3.
SLAS
1.Conduct of Steering committee on SLAS
June, 2015


2. Formulating the Research design



3.    Tools Preparation  



4.    Pilot Study



5.    Revision of Tools



6.    Conduct of Survey (Execution of Tools)



7.    Data Entry



8.    Data Analysis



9.    Report writing



10. Dissemination and sharing of findings



11. Developing action plan for improvement



12.Follow up action for identified low performance schools  
     & mandals in the SLAS,2014-15.
Throughout the year
4.
Research Studies
1.    Research areas will be identify by conducting State Level Research Advisory committee meeting   
August,2015


2.    Posting the Research Studies in Websites ,communicating the Research Studies through letters to all Registrars inviting the   proposals   
August, 2015


3.    Proposal will be invited from Universities, Research Institutions and Reputed NGOs
August ,2015


4.    scrutinizing the received proposals with scrutinized committee
August, 2015


5.    Allotting the studies to Universities, Research Institutions and Reputed NGOs
September, 2015


6.    Presentation of Study Methodology and research tools  by researchers
September, 2015


7.    Midterm presentation by the researchers on their topics
December, 2015


8.    Submission of finial reports & Presentation on Final findings
March, 2016


9.    Dissemination of  the Research Findings to District Collectors, DEOs, DPOs, MRCs, and Schools 
March,2016


10. How have we used earlier research studies findings to improve implementation on the field

5
Complex Meetings
1.    Preparation of Complex Meetings Guidelines and Instructions 
July. 2015


2.     One teleconference will be conducted before every Complex Meetings
Every month from July, 2015 onwards 


3.    Selection of RPs( Identified RPs)
Every month from July, 2015 onwards 


4.    Planning Meeting with RPs
Every month from July, 2015 onwards 


5.    Communicating Guidelines to Districts for Teleconference and Complex Meetings.
Every month from July, 2015 onwards 


6.    Collecting the attendance  after Teleconference and   School Complex Meetings
Every month from July, 2015 onwards 


7.    Conducting the Complex Meetings as per the Approval of PAB
July,2015 to February,2016
(Approximately One complex meeting from July, 2015 to  February, 2016)
6
Teacher Trainings
 ( Primary)
1.Preparation of Strategy and action plan for conducting teacher Trainings  by SCERT in coordination with SSA
June,2015


2.Conducting State level Workshop for Preparation of Subject wise Training packages
    ( As  per the approval of  PAB) by SCERT
June, 2nd week 2015 


3.Conducting of State level TOT


June 3rd Week,2015


4.Conducting of Mandal Level Trainings
June 4th Week to July 31st 2015.
7.
Teacher Trainings (Upper Primary )
1.Preparation of Strategy and action plan for conducting teacher Trainings by SCERT in coordination with SSA
August 1st Week, 2015


2.Conducting State level Workshop for Preparation of Subject wise Training packages
( As  per the approval of PAB)  by SCERT
August , 2nd week 2015 


3.Conducting of State level TOT
August 3rd Week,2015


4.Conducting of Mandal Level Trainings
August 4th Week to September 30th 2015.
8.
Trainings to CRTS in KGBVs
1. Performance test was conducted to all CRTs, ANMs and PETs on 28.04.2015 basing on the performance test it is decided to give subject wise trainings in English Medium to all CRTs, ANMs and PETs. To take the ideas and Opinions of all Joint secretaries of KGBVs a Convergence Meeting with Joint Secretaries of KGBVs conducted regarding conducting of State level Workshop for preparation of training material.
3rd Week of May, 2015


2. Preparation Subject wise TOT material in State level Workshop
3rd Week of May, 2015


3.Conducting  of first phase  Subject wise trainings to CRTs in a phased manner at District level
Spell one Districts Ananthapur  and Kurnool
 ( 23rd to 27th  May 2015)
Spell Two Districts
Chittoor and Guntur
( 30th May to 3rd June 2015)
 Spell three  Districts
Srikakulam and Visakhapatnam
 ( 6th to 10th June, 2015)


4. Conducting  of second phase subject wise  Trainings  to CRTs at District level

October 2015
( In Dussera Holidays)


5.Conducting  of third Phase subject wise  Trainings  to CRTs at District level
January 2015
(In Pongal Holidays)
9
Web portal
1.Posting the Information and data sector wise expenditure ,monthly wise targets in official websites of DPO
once in term


2.Verifying the Monthly progress and expenditure as directed by the MHRD
Monthly


3.Submitting the consolidation progress to MHRD
Monthly




10
Monitoring
1.Formation of State Level Monitoring Teams
2. Formation of District level Monitoring committees.
July 2015


3.Visiting the Districts to inspect the Schools, Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan Activities, KGBVs, IERCs, Urban Hostels, MRCs and School Complexes
three times in a Academic year


4. Communicating the State level team observation to DEOs, DPOs, and concern schools.
three times in a Academic year


5. Send the appreciation certificates to best performing schools/teachers and calling explanations from least performance Schools /teachers.
three times in a Academic year
11
Reviews
1. Conducting AMOs review meeting on Pedagogical activities & progress on regular works.
2.Conducting GCDOs review meeting on pedagogical activities of KGBVs 
3.Conducting of DLMTs review meeting
4. Follow up action on AMOs meeting review minutes
5. Follow up action on GCDOs meting review minutes.
Once in a term
12
Convergence with NGOs
1.Convergence with Pratham J-PAL
 2.To implement the TARL programme at Anantapur District
3.Convergence with Room to Read
Throughout the year
13
Annual Assessment Survey- AAS
Dissemination and sharing of findings
Follow up action for improvement of 4th , 6th  & 9th class children performance.
July, 2015


Developing action plan for improvement



Follow up action for identified low performance schools   & mandals in the AAS, 2014-15.


3. Quality Road Map

  1. Ensuring children to achieve Class specific, subject specific essential learning competencies, attainment of Expected outcomes (as per the Academic Standards prepared by SCERT). 
  2. Improved Teaching Learning Processes through 100% utilization of learning time and engagement of children by Time-on-task.
  3. Improved Assessment Procedures which are based on specific Academic standards, by adopting different means such as Oral & Written, Performance, pupil products, child portfolios, projects, teachers’ observation in harmony with Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation (Formative and Summative) procedures. 
  4. Setting Performance Indicators for Institutions and Individuals making Teacher and Head Master accountable with role clarity and increasing transparency in the system.
  5. Improved participation of parents by making SMCs is functional and vibrant. The community participates in school matters, demonstration of the performance of the children to SMC members, monitoring of attendance of pupil, utilization of grants, mid-day meals, preparation of School Development Plan.
  6. Implementation of Academic activities such as Wall Magazine, School Postbox, Honesty Box, Children Clubs, Children Diary etc., and innovative activities such as Weather Station, Compost Pit, Free Plastic zone, Talent Search Activities etc. in the schools for all round development of the child
  7. Organization of National and International importance events/days in the schools.  
  8. Implementation of READ programme (READ, ENJOY AND DEVELOP) to develop reading habits among the children by using the children literature available in the school. One period shall be provided in the school time-table for reading.  Celebration of “PATANOTSAVAM” from 14th to 21st November during Library week.
  9. Inclusion in Education: Implementation of inclusive practices (Social inclusion, academic inclusion, gender inclusion, inclusion of CWSN) in schools and in classroom process to address the issues of equity & equality. Three elementary model schools in each mandal across the State are adopted and the philosophy of ‘Inclusion in Education’ is fully implemented. From 2014 – 15, this programme is scaled up to 6 schools per mandal.
  10. Development of School Leadership is the thrust area for transforming the schools as effective learning organization.  Developing visionary leadership among school Heads and teachers as effective Instructional leaders shall be the prime concern.
  11.  Strengthen of Monitoring – State Level, District Level and Mandal Level.
    1. Intensifying the regular monitoring of schools with a focus on academic improvement and well being of the child. The monitoring shall be redefined by adopting strategies such as Mentoring, Coaching, Building quality relationships, Trust, Leading the Change, Leading of academic innovations.  
    2. Monitoring of schools by constituting special Teams at different levels to conduct academic audits for every quarter.
  12. Development of Elementary Model Schools as centers of Academic excellence, trend setters, center for Innovative school and academic practices. Increase of three model elementary schools to six model elementary schools in each mandal.

4. Guidelines to DPOs /AMOs

·         Constitute the monitoring team with collaboration of DIET staff.
·         Monitoring the schools regularly.
·         Confine and furnish the Monitoring report to SPO by 5th of every month.
·          To focus   on the children, who are lagging behind
·         To improve the performance of the teachers.
·         To implement the road map of quality education.
·         Conduct monthly academic review meetings with all MEOs.
·         Conduct monthly review meeting with CRPs performance.

·          Conduct review meeting with DLMTs/Part Time Teachers.

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