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    • Induction Workshop of SMTs Gauteng North District “Unfortunate Truths and Awkward Insights of Dysfunctional Schools” Presenter: Dr Muavia Gallie (PhD) 16 May 2009 Teacher Centre, Bronkhorstspruit 1
    • Success rate = 8,1% •Success-rate of the system = 8,1% •Of every 12 learners starting Grade One, only 1 learner attains what the system is promising them - data 2005! 2
    • What is the core Job of SMTs? • To Manage Learning and Teaching 3
    • Thoughts on Learning … 4
    • Your brain learn by … 5
    • The key skills are … 6
    • And remember … 7
    • The Effective Teaching Framework Input or Context Process variables variables Teacher Learner perceptions, perceptions, • Teacher strategies and strategies and characteristics behaviour behaviour • Learner Characteristics of characteristics the learning task • Class and activities characteristics • Subject characteristics Outcome or Product variables • School •Short and/or Long-term; characteristics •Knowledge, skills and behaviour educational • Community outcomes e.g. change in attitudes of learners characteristics towards school or subject; gains on attainment tests; • Occasion increased level of self-concept; success in national characteristics examinations; greater learner autonomy; 8 etc.
    • G. Key Classroom Teaching Tasks 1. Planning; 2. Presentation and Monitoring; and 3. Reflection and Evaluation. 9
    • H. Relationships with Learners 1. The teacher’s authority; 2. Mutual respect and rapport; 3. Classroom climate; and 4. Pastoral care. 10
    • 1. Teacher’s Authority Four main factors: • Status; • Teaching competence; • Exercising control over the classroom; • Exercising control over discipline. 11
    • Teaching Competence Three main elements: • Subject knowledge; • Interest in and enthusiasm for the subject; and • Ability to set up effective learning experiences. 12
    • Quote 1 “Even if the student’s life away from school is bleak and miserable, she/he will work if what she/he finds in school is satisfying.” William Glasser 13
    • Different Perspectives Understanding the situation well 14
    • Dysfunctionality vis-à-vis Under-performance Figure 10: Three levels of school functionality in relation to the support needed by schools 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% -10% -20% Basics Non-Functioning Low-Functioning High-Functioning -20% – +20% 21% - 60% 61% - 100% 15 Gallie 2006
    • Question 4.1 Did your school close early on the 21 April 2009 (the day before the Elections), and on the 30 April 2009 (the day before May day)? 16
    • Quote 2 You can’t do things differently until you see things differently. 17
    • Logistics of Teaching and Learning 4.7 Previous Year Current Academic Year 30% 20% 10% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100 % School Readiness HFS Assess- Components 30% Teaching 40% 90% Learning 50% ment 10% School Readiness Disrup- LFS Components 30% Teaching 30% 50% Learning 20% tions 10% Assessment 20% School Readiness Learn- Disruptions NFS Teaching Learning for Components 30% 20% 30% ing 10% & Chaos 20% 18 Assessment 20% Time-on-Task
    • Time-on-Task 3 Previous Year Current Academic Year 30% 20% 10% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100 % HFS Teaching 40% 90% Learning 50% 4.5 days p.w. 175 days p.a. LFS Teaching 30% 50% Learning 20% 2.5 days p.w. 98 days p.a. Learn- NFS Teaching 20% 30% ing 10% 1.67 days p.w. 19 65 days p.a.
    • 5 Levels of Learning Level Teaching Type of Days Teaching 1 35 Facts 2 70 Information 3 105 Know-How 4 140 Comprehension 5 175 Wisdom 20
    • Learning: From Past to Future 21
    • Essence of being a Teacher 22
    • Final Quote If you don’t change, change will change you, or change will replace you. 23