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Cre ppt 2 june santos


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Cre ppt 2 june santos

  1. 1. Parents Teachers Associations Mr. santosh d yadav Asst. Prof./HOD, Dept. of Education
  2. 2. Pk… 1. What do you mean by Parents? 2. Which types of teacher you like? 3. Do you know about PTA?
  3. 3. Parents P- for Patience A- for Attentive R- for Responsible E- for Encouraging N- for Nurturing T- for Takes care of me S- for Special, Parent: The adult who is responsible for the care & well being of the child (biological parent, caregiver, legal guardian)
  4. 4. Teacher Teacher: General educator, special educator, resource teacher within a school setting who contribute to the education of students within that environment. T- for Talented, Tactful E- for Educated A- for Affectionate C- for Character H- for Honest E- for Efficient
  5. 5. Parents Teachers Associations (PTA) Most of schools have a Parent Teacher Association (PTA), which is an organization of parents and staff. The purpose of the PTA is to provide a closer links between home and school, which the parents/guardians of children can work together for the best possible education and welfare of their children. PTAs are best known for their fund raising work,
  6. 6. Parents Teachers Associations (PTA) National Policy on Education (1986) encouraged 'giving supremacy to people's involvement including association of non-governmental and voluntary effort'. Indian Government education schemes such as RMSA and SSA have advocated community mobilization and involvement. Under RMSA every school should have a PTA. PTAs which should conduct meetings at least once a month and present to State District Management Committees (SDMCs) with a register of complaints, suggestions and actions taken. A 2010 study suggested that 50% of parents in rural areas and 45% in
  7. 7. To represent the views of parents To promote a positive view of parents through relationship with the Parent Representatives on the Board of Management To develop partnership between the school bodies To inform parents of current changes in the education system, if needed Objectives of PTA
  8. 8. Objectives of PTA To network with other Parent Associations through involvement with PTA To work as a team and to have a yearly plan To establish a forum through which parents can communicate their opinions and concerns regarding the school, To identify issues and possibly work
  9. 9. Influence volunteer Power Improve communication See Measurable Results Increase the Finance Improve the Children's well being Know the parents Concern Educate and empowered to parents Advantages of PTA
  10. 10. References • SSA (2010). Evaluation of Sarva Siksha Abhiyan,May2010" (PDF). Government of India Planning Commission. • Bassi (1997). The PTA Story: A Century of Commitment to Children. Walsworth Publishing Company, Inc. p. 27. ISBN 9780881090017. • F-Per, Encyclopedia of applied psychology, vol. 2, Home-School Collaboration. • Parent-Teacher Communication. • Gargiulo, R M. Special education in contemporary society: An introduction to exceptionality.