Thursday, August 15, 2013

NQESH Reviewer - Professional Development and Human Resource Management

(Topic/References: NCBTS Manual (National Competency Based Teacher Standards)

What is Professional Learning Community or PLC?

                According to Andy Hargreaves, a professional learning community is an ethos that infuses every single aspect of a school operation. When a school becomes a professional learning community, everything in the school looks different than it did before. Ethos is a guiding belief. According to Duofor, PLC operates under the assumption that the key to improve learning for students to continuous, job embedded learning for educators.

In Service Training Programs

1.       Induction Program – it is for new employees/teachers to develop pride, commitment and sense of belonging to the public service.
·         Induction program is for “NEW” employee.
2.       Orientation Program – it refers to activities and programs designed to inform the employee about the thrust, operations and programs of a certain agency. It is also to inform the employee of his responsibilities and benefits.
3.       Reorientation Program – a program designed to inform the employees about the new policies and programs anf their new duties and responsibilities.
Rewards based on Performance
President Benigno Aquino III introduced the PBB or Performance Based Bonus.

·         Some of the Honor Awards given by the Government and other agencies/companies
1.       Presidential or “Lingkod Bayan” Award – conferred to an individual for consistent dedicated performance showing the best in any of the profession or occupation resulting in the successful implementation of the performance which affects the national interest. It is in the form of gold medallion and plaque containing the citation and signature of the President of the Republic of the Philippines.
2.       PAGASA Award or Civil Service Commission Award – conferred to a group or individuals or team who has shown outstanding teamwork and cooperation in the delivery of public service. The plaque contained the citation and signature of the Chairman of the Civil Service Commission.
3.       KAPWA Award or Department Award – it is given to an individual or group of individual in recognition of their contribution that directly benefitted the single department or agency of the government.

4.       “Dangal ng Bayan Award” (Outstanding Public Official/Employee Award – it is granted to the official and employees in the government who have demonstrated exemplary service and conduct in the basis of the Eight norms of conduct and behaviour of a public official stated in the Republic Act. 6713.

Incentive Awards
1.       Performance Incentive
2.       Length of Service Incentive
3.       Productivity Incentive
4.       Most Courteous Employee Award
5.       Retirement Award
6.       Year End B onus/Thirteenth Month Bonus/Mid Year Bonus + Cash Gift

School Learning Management Program

“Understanding the Management Process” is the first step towards effecteive management for school heads
                - Situation Analysis
                - Goal Determination
                - Setting of Targets and Objectives
                - Formulation of Strategy and Policy
                - Identification of Program and Projects

The School Improvement Plan (SIP) is a plan for three to five years
The Annual Implementation Plan (AIP) is a plan for one year

PHASE 2: Programming
-          Formulation and prioritization of development programs to operationaliza the SIP and AIP
-          Specify the implementation schedule, target clientele, location and funding requirements and sources.

PHASE 3: Budgeting
-          Financing of prioritized school programs
·         Sources of Funds
-          Deped Budget
-          SEF (Special Education fund) of the Local Government Unit
-          20% of the Social Development Fund from the barangay
-          School Canteen Operations
-          Other School income-generating projects
-          Donations and contributions in cash or kind
-          Financial Assistance from foreign countries.

PHASE 4: Implementation
                The implementation and execution of the projects based on the SIP/AIP.  It is also the utilization of the resources and budget allocated for the program.
PHASE 5: Monitoring
                The collection of data based on the targets set in the SIP/AIP and the school actual performance.
PHASE 6: Evaluation
                Involves Identification and measurement  of the whole teaching and learning output of  the school’s program and projects against its stated goals and targets.
PHASE 7: Reporting
                Year-end reporting of the targets accomplished based on the AIP. It includes the the strength, weaknesses and achievement of the school.

-          Set mission, goals and Objective of the School
-          Develop and Implement the Educational Program of the School
-          Administer and manage the personnel, physical and fiscal resources of the school.

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