Friday, January 12, 2018

AP Induction Training Programme in DSC 2014 SA Teachers as per RC.NO:72.

AP Guidelines 4 days Induction Residential Training Programme from 28/01/2018 to 31/01/2018 School Assistant Teachers as per R.c.No:72 / RMSA planned to conduct 4 days Induction Training (spell 2) programme Conducting DSC 2014 Recruitment Teachers as per R.c.No:72.
The 2nd spell training programme helps the new teachers to find solutions to their classroom transactional challenges and to update themselves on the innovations brought in the school education such as Digital Classrooms, Energizing textbooks, New assessment procedures in light of NAS, SLAS etc. Comprehensive, high-quality teacher induction can accelerate professional growth and teacher effectiveness.

The following are the guidelines to conduct Induct Training at district level:

District level Committee:


District Educational Officer is the overall in-charge of Induction Training Programme.
DEO will Act as the Course Director for all the batches in the District. Guide the Course coordinators strictly adhere to the unit cost indicated.

Instruct the Course Coordinator to conduct pre-test and post-test and analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the teacher in order to take care the initiatives in the training programme.

Conduct one day planning meeting with Course Coordinators and SRPs and issue necessary instructions to run the programme smoothly and effectively.
Venue:

Induction Training is residential in nature. Arrange accommodation for the resource persons and trainees.

Identify required number of venues for the training programme. Ensure suitable physical and infrastructural facilities at all the venues smooth conduct of residential mode of training. DEOs are instructed to pay personnel attention on this matter.

Digital Classroom may be used for classroom transaction Each classroom should be suitable for the capacity of 50 participants. Public addressing system should be made available in the venue.
Inform the particulars of the venues to the DEOs of other Districts well in advance.

Transaction:

1.DEO / Dy.E.Os. should take at-least one class in each centre.
2.ICT usage is to be encouraged in all training venues.
3.The ambiance of the training venue should be academic and motivating environment.
4.Posters / Quotations on education should be display in each classroom.
5.Transaction should be in participatory approach.

Material

Provide sufficient material to prepare TLM i.e., charts, sketch pens, scales, pencils, scissors, tape roles, fevistick, cardboards, glue, staplers, bell pins, old news papers, magazines etc. for the sessions and for the TLM Mela to be organized on the last day.

Inform Teachers to bring textbooks of classes IX and X of their respective subjects to the training classes compulsorily.

Display reference / resource books for the teachers in all venues. Give opportunity to all the trainees to read those books and write note on them.

Handbook:

SCERT will supply the soft copy of handouts of all subjects. The same should be printed and supplies to all the trainees and make them to utilize properly.

Monitoring DEO will Act as the Course Director for all the Batches in the District
Appoint Dy.E.Os / Principal DIET / Lecturer IASE as course coordinator.DEO should visit one venue every day. Course Director should ensure 100% attendance of trainees every day.

  1. Documentation
  2. Constitute a documentation committee in each venue.
  3. Document daily activities with photos and evidences.


Documentation of the entire district level training programme with visual support with participant's data is a must. Any press coverage may also be incorporated in the documentation. Submit the hard copy to the state office and mail the same to rmsa.dseap.gov.in@gamil.com and apscert@yahoo.com.



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