Type of information that MIS gather.•Information technology management concerns the operationand organization of information technology resourcesindependent of their purpose.•produce fixed, regularly scheduled reports based on dataextracted and summarized from the data baseunderlying transaction processing systems• to middle and operational level managers to identify andinform structured and semi-structured decision problems.•Decision support systems (DSS) are computer programapplications used by middle management to compileinformation from a wide range of sources to support problemsolving and decision making.
•Executive information systems (EIS) is a reportingtool that provides quick access to summarizedreports coming from all section of organizationsuch as accounting, human resources/membershipand operations.•MIS designed specifically for managingthe marketing aspects of the organization.•Office automation systems (OAS) supportcommunication and productivity in the enterprise byautomating work flow and eliminating bottlenecks.OAS may be implemented at any and all levels ofmanagement.•School management information systems (MIS)cover school administration,and often includingteaching and learning materials .
Duties/responsibilities• are able to highlight their strengths and weaknesses of theorganization thru the database record analysis ) etc. Theidentification of these aspects can help the organization toimprove the data base on its daily basis operations.•Giving an overall picture of the organizational membershipand act as a communication and planning tool.•Ensure the availability of the data and feedback that help theorganization to align organizational process according tothe needs of the members•. Impose effective management of organization database thatcan help the organization to perform direct marketing andpromotion activities.
Action Plan"The actions that are taken to create an informationsystem that solves an organizational problem arecalled system development".These include system analysis, systemdesign, programming/implementation, testing,conversion, production and finally maintenance.These actions usually take place in that specified orderbut some may need to repeat or be accomplishedconcurrently.Conversion is the process of changing or converting theold system into the new. This can be done in four ways:
•highlight the strengths and weaknesses ( i.e. membershipperformance record )etc. The identification of these aspectscan help the organization to improve its data base record,processes,flow of communication and operations.•Giving an overall picture of the data gather and help toimprove the services and acting as a communication andplanning tool.•availability of the information from database and feedbackcan help the organization to align communication processaccording to the needs of the members or sectionaccordingly. , effective management of members data canhelp the management level to decide for the particular aspectperform direct marketing and promotion activities.
•Information is considered to be an important asset for any group ororganization in the modern competitive world.•The behaviours pattern can be predicted by the analysis ofmembership and feedback reports from each operating region ofthe organization.•Direct cutover – The new system replaces the old at an appointedtime.•Pilot study – Introducing the new system to a small portion of theoperation to see how it fares. If good then the new system expandsto the rest of the organization.•Phased approach – New system is introduced in stages.
Objective as a Teacher Understanding and Knowledge1. The students will develop an understanding and knowledge that communication isthe exchange of meaning between individuals through a common system of symbols.2. The students will develop an understanding and knowledge that communicationhas occurred through out time in different ways.3. The students will develop an understanding and knowledge that communicationoccurs through different means.4. The students will develop an understanding and knowledge about howcommunication occurs.5. The students will develop an understanding and knowledge about how wecommunicate without the use of words.6. The students will develop an understanding and knowledge that there have beenimportant contributions to the evolution of communication that have surpassed timeand place.7. The students will develop an understanding and knowledge that the invention ofthe computer had a major impact on communication.8. The students will develop an understanding and knowledge that mail service hasgrown and changed through time.9. The students will develop an understanding and knowledge that animals have theirown ways of communication.
10. The students will develop an understanding andknowledge that people with disabilities communicate in waysthat are important to them.11. The students will develop an understanding andknowledge of the many ways they communicate each day.12. The students will develop an understanding andknowledge of why communication occurs.13. The students will develop an understanding andknowledge of how we use computer to communicate.14. The students will develop an understanding andknowledge how we use sounds and signals to communicate.15. The students will develop an understanding andknowledge of how we use computers to communicate.16. The students will develop an understanding andknowledge of how we use web page of SN to communicate.
Attitudes and Appreciation1. The students will develop an attitude and appreciation for something that is anatural gift for them.2. The students will develop an attitude and appreciation for the history ofcommunication.3. The students will develop an attitude and appreciation for the many ways thatcommunication occurs.4. The students will develop an attitude and appreciation for the ways that peoplewith disabilities communicate.5. The students will develop an attitude and appreciation for investigating a singletopic through a variety of activities.6. The students will develop an attitude and appreciation of a willingness to worktogether.7. The students will develop an attitude and appreciation to complete assignedclassroom activities.8. The students will develop an attitude and appreciation for following directions.9. The students will develop an attitude and appreciation for completingassignments.10. The students will develop an attitude and appreciation for looking at a topicthrough a variety of means.
Abilities and Skills/Action Plan 1. The students will be able to look at a picture and identify the ways that communication occurs in it. Skill a. Using visual cues. b. Sharing ideas. 2. The students will develop the ability to recognize how we talk using our bodies and express our feelings. Skills a. Expressing through a picture how they communicate with their bodies. b. Acting out ways to show feelings. c. Expressing ideas verbally and through writing. 3. The students will develop the ability to recognize how we show our attitude through actions and why words are sometimes needed to express ourselves. Skills a. Acting out ways to show feelings. b. Expressing ideas verbally and through writing.
4. The students will develop the ability to recognizewhy it is important tospeak clearly and ask questions to make sure somethingis understood.Skillsa. Expressing ideas verbally and through writing.5. The students will develop the ability to tell what itwas like before the computer was invented.Skills a. Listening to a book and determineimportant information. b. Drawing a picture and explaining itthrough writing. c. Answering questions and sharing ideas.
6. The students will develop the ability to presentwhat they learned about the computer through a play.Skillsa. Understanding of the invention of the computer.b. Working together to make something happen.7. The students will develop the ability to compareand contrast what the mail service was like in the pastto today.Skillsa. Comparing and contrasting using a Venn diagramtwo time periods.b. Understanding of how things change over time.
8. The students will develop the ability to usecomputer application software.Skillsa. Understanding of what the computer is and how itworks.b. Sending and receiving messages.9. The students will develop the ability to write theirname in ALPHABET.Skillsa. Recognizing and reading ALPHABET.b. Forming ALPAHBET letters.
OBJECTIVE AS A MARTIAL ART ARTS INSTRUCTORObjectives“The first rule of teaching is to have to be passionate about teaching”.The objectives of the Martial Arts Association Code of Practice are: -1.1 To provide a high value service which will enhance Student confidence andimprove the long-term viability of the signatory martial arts school andinstructors.1.2 To set a standard of martial art practice that protects the student/instructor.1.3 To set a standard of service that protects the health and well-being of thestudent.1.4 To establish a minimum accepted standard for the qualification of martial artsinstructors1.5 To establish procedures for worldwide procedures of grading system.
Who will be the student? Karate students can be as young as pre-school age, Kids? Adults? Elderly? Women - meaning instructors must be familiar with beginning techniques for a young age group. In addition to beginners, karate instructors may teach intermediate and advanced classes, which require a mastery of advanced karate techniques. Because these levels can feature sparring or competitive elements, instructors must be familiar with injury prevention techniques and correct any potentially harmful body positions or sparring matches.
Duties /Responsibilities?ADMINISTER BELT TESTSEarning belts can signal to karate participants the degree of advancement astudent has achieved. Yellow belts typically are beginning belts while black beltsmean a student has mastered skills of an advanced karate practitioner.Requirements for each belt level differ, and it is the karate instructors job toprepare students for belt tests and define what will be on the test. Karateinstructors also may sit on panels that award belts to deserving students.PLAN AND SUPERVISE SCHEDULES, PRACTICESSome administrative duties are associated with being a karate instructor. Theseinclude setting the dates and times for karate classes. If the school where theinstructor works offers a karate team, practices must be scheduled for this as well.Other duties can include handling complaints, recruiting new members for thekarate school and even ensuring students learn in a timely manner.
MAINTAIN/SET UP EQUIPMENTA karate school must be kept in pristine condition for health and safety reasons.Because karate can be a high-intensity sport, cleaning mats and equipment isnecessary for preventing viruses and bacteria from spreading. Equipment mustbe maintained to help participants practice karate in the safest manner possible.Karate instructors may need to keep inventory of their facilities and re-order newequipment whenever necessary.
ACTION PLAN?Never Stop Learning, Always be a Studentkeep learning - the value of obtaining more knowledge; by reading, by training withothers, the short term it may cost you time and money but in the long run you willgain much more than your cost., "Remember, most of the time we are students, we are always learning, part of thetime we are teachers. If you want to be an effective martial arts instructor – Neverstop learning.