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SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION AND
SUPERVISION
-training that is given to
employees during the course of
employment
/ -taking place or continuing
while one is a full-t...
a wide spectrum of in-service
training events in the form of
sharing sessions, workshops,
seminars and school-based
progr...
is frequently organized every year to
orient new comers or to orient the
old ones.
They are scheduled in such a way
that...
To promote the continuous
improvement of the total
professional staff of the school
system .
To eliminate deficiencies i...
To keep the professional abreast
of new knowledge.
To release creative activities
To give the much needed
support to th...
Defining the community …
-the concept of community
can be expanded to
encompass the entire range of
resources
(e.g., all stakeholders, agencies
and organizations, facilities, and
other resources -- youth,
families, businesses, scho...
School-community
partnerships are often
referred to as
collaborations.
Greater interaction
between schools and
communities can
enhance educational
outcomes…
To enhance effectiveness
-To provide a comprehensive,
multifaceted, and integrated
continuum of interventions
To suppor...
strengthening links between schools
and communities can lead to clear
educational outcomes. There is
considerable evidenc...
 Schools are key “hubs” for many
communities and can play an important role
in their community without stepping outside
t...
there are opportunities for schools
to build community support by
investing in community relationships
and community link...
1. Community as a Source of
Student Curriculum Based Learning
2. Incorporating Learning into
School Contribution to
Comm...
Teachers may also play a role
in assisting community
organizations or in helping
the local community manage
local issues.
The end...
THANK YOU!
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In service training for teachers and staff

IN SERVICE TRAINING FOR TEACHERS AND STAFF AND SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY LINKAGES

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In service training for teachers and staff

  1. 1. SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION AND SUPERVISION
  2. 2. -training that is given to employees during the course of employment / -taking place or continuing while one is a full-time employee
  3. 3. a wide spectrum of in-service training events in the form of sharing sessions, workshops, seminars and school-based programs for teachers and non- teaching staff of special schools and ordinary schools.
  4. 4. is frequently organized every year to orient new comers or to orient the old ones. They are scheduled in such a way that after a national or regional program for a definite area or objective has been held, echo or seminars are conducted in the different divisions and later in the schools within. …
  5. 5. To promote the continuous improvement of the total professional staff of the school system . To eliminate deficiencies in the background preparation of teachers and other professional workers in education.
  6. 6. To keep the professional abreast of new knowledge. To release creative activities To give the much needed support to the teachers who are entering a responsibility or a new field of work especially the new teachers.
  7. 7. Defining the community … -the concept of community can be expanded to encompass the entire range of resources
  8. 8. (e.g., all stakeholders, agencies and organizations, facilities, and other resources -- youth, families, businesses, school sites, community based organizations, civic groups, religious groups, health and human service agencies, parks, libraries, and other possibilities for recreation and enrichment).
  9. 9. School-community partnerships are often referred to as collaborations.
  10. 10. Greater interaction between schools and communities can enhance educational outcomes…
  11. 11. To enhance effectiveness -To provide a comprehensive, multifaceted, and integrated continuum of interventions To support all youth & families
  12. 12. strengthening links between schools and communities can lead to clear educational outcomes. There is considerable evidence of improved student performance and competency levels from school community interaction.
  13. 13.  Schools are key “hubs” for many communities and can play an important role in their community without stepping outside their core educational role. Vibrant communities depend on the next generation having the values and skills to be active citizens and schools benefit society as a whole fostering these values in students.
  14. 14. there are opportunities for schools to build community support by investing in community relationships and community links.
  15. 15. 1. Community as a Source of Student Curriculum Based Learning 2. Incorporating Learning into School Contribution to Communities 3. Community Involvement in the School
  16. 16. Teachers may also play a role in assisting community organizations or in helping the local community manage local issues.
  17. 17. The end... THANK YOU!

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