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Inset 2013 session o

  1. 1. Republic of the PhilippinesDepartmen of EducationRegion VII, Central VisayasCOGON HIGH SCHOOL EVENING CLASSSan Jose St., Cogon District, Tagbilaran CityMay 28 -29 & 31, 2013INSET TRAINING1
  2. 2. 2Opening Program:1. THEPrayer-NationalAnthem-AwitSaBohol.wmv PRAYER with Lyrics_CelineDion & Andrea Bocelli.flv
  3. 3. Welcome to:SCHOOL-BASED MANAGEMENT (SBM)SEMESTRAL IN-SERVICE TRAINING(INSET)3
  4. 4. Key Understandings to be developed The School-Based Management (SBM) Semestral In-serviceTraining (INSET) will ensure development of teachercompetences for improved learner performance.4 Clear training objectives will lead the participants to thedesired goals. Agreed learning expectations will guarantee the partici-pantsand facilitators to work together in achieving theiraspirations.
  5. 5. 5 A set of “House Rules” will support the smoothconduct of the training. Agreed learning expectations will guaranteethe participants and facilitators to worktogether in achieving their aspirations. Sharing of noble ideas can widen theperspectives of participants.
  6. 6. 6Learning Objectives:Given training materials, the participants will:1. Value the importance of INSET in the development ofteacher competencies and improvement of learnerperformance;2. Identify the objectives of the 3-day training;3. Explain the Learning Approach/ Methodology used inthe training;
  7. 7. 74. Share expectations of the 3-day training;5. Clarify the details in the schedule of activities;6. Infer the outcomes of the training;7. Agree to the house rules drawn out;8. Distinguish the value of shared ideas.
  8. 8. 8Activity: ( 30 minutes)A. One-Minute INSET Story1. On a piece of paper, creatively draw your INSET storyfocusing on the following questions: What are you most confindent of when attendingINSET? What do you consider as the most significantobjective in an INSET? How do you see yourself after the INSET?
  9. 9. 92. After ten minutes, group yourselves according by levels:(by subject/learning area and or year level)Note: Grouping will depend on the number of teachers.3. In your group, take turns to share your one-minute INSETstory until everyone has shared his/her story.B. Gain and Give1. In your group individually answer the followingquestions using meta strips or any availablematerials/resources.
  10. 10. 10Blue – What can you give towards the realization of the trainingobjectives?Green – What questions would you like to ask?2. As soon as you are done with your answers, post youroutputs on the spaces provided.Analysis ( 15 minutes)After viewing the group outputs, process the responses of theparticipants: For responses written on meta strips:Pink – What do you want to gain from this training?
  11. 11. 11Blue:Say:”And so you want to…” (Mention their responses). Tellthem that their responses in the blue meta strips will bepart of the house rules during the training.)Green:Say:”So you have some questions.” (Read thequestions.)“We will try to address these questions in thecourse of the training”.Pink:Say: “Most of you are saying that you want to…” Mentionthe responses they want to gain from the training.)
  12. 12. 12Abstraction (10 minutes)Importance of INSETIn-Service Training is a process designed to assist teachers tolearn newskills, knowledge, or attitudes (KSAs). As result, these teachers make achange or trans-formation that improves or enhances their performance.These im-provements ensure that teachers and the school organizationare able todo things better, faster, easier, and with higher quality and abetter return on investments.
  13. 13. 13The Training Objectives-Align teacher practices to the National Competency-BasedTeacher Standards as basis in performing their tasks foreffective teaching;-Appraise the performance of teachers and learners for the 1stand 2nd grading periods; and-Prepare Individual Plan for Professional Development(IPPD) based on their identified priority needs.
  14. 14. 14Learning Approach/MethodologyThe learning activities during the 24-hour Formal Face-to-Face(F3) Training Program follow the andragogical principles orusing Activity, Analysis, Abstraction, and Application (4 A’s).Expected Final Outcomes/Success IndicatorsA behavior change in the hearts of teachers who are competent,committed, passionate, and practitioners of effective teaching.
  15. 15. 15Reminders:Trainees should complete the 24-hour trainingsessions. Certificate of Appearance will be givenafter the completion of the Formal Face-to-Face(F3) training.
  16. 16. 16TIMEDAY 1TUESDAYDAY 2WEDNESDAYDAY 3Friday –a.m.7:30-8:30Arrival/RegistrationOpening Programc/o Lemuel BarolSession 3: TheCompetency-Based Appraisalfor Teachers( CB-PAST)SESSION 6:WORKSHOPEVALUATION8:30 –9:30 Session 0:Program Orientation & Levelingof Expectations……..CB-PASTContinuationSPELLING VOCAB9:30-9:45 S N A C K S S N A C K S S N A C K S•SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIESTRAINING PROPOSALResources: Training Matrix
  17. 17. 179:45-12:00SESSION 1:The School GoalsStatus of SBMTeacher PerformanceThe School CultureThe School Head’s hour……….CB-PASTCONTINUATION10:00-12:00SESSION 4:Assessment ofLearners’ Performance SY2011-201212:00-1:00 LUNCH BREAK LUNCH BREAK1:00-3:00SESSION 2:NCBTSSESSION 5:Individual Plan for ProfessionalDevelopment3:00-3:15 SNACKS SNACKS3:15-5:00 NCBTS…….IPPD ContinuationFacilitators:G.CAMPOS/R.VILLAMORL. BAROLG. CAMPOSR. VILLAMORMA. LENI M.DACULLO/JOSELYN GARDOCI

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