Concepts of administration and supervision

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Concepts of administration and supervision

  1. 1. Concepts of Educational Administration and Supervision
  2. 2. EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION
  3. 3. Administration can be defined as the process by which goals are achieved through collective and cooperative human effort in a suitable environment.
  4. 4. Running of educational institutions, which involves guidance, leadership, and controlling of the efforts of individuals in the achievement of the goals of the institution
  5. 5. •management of resources • human material • evaluation or appraising the result of educational efforts.
  6. 6. EDUCATIONAL SUPERVISION
  7. 7. is a way of : stimulating guiding improving refreshing encouragingandoverseeing
  8. 8. process of bringing about improvement in instruction by working with people.
  9. 9. It is also described as a process of stimulating growth and a means of helping teachers to achieve excellence in teaching.
  10. 10. SCOPE OF SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION AND SUPERVISION
  11. 11. ACCORDING TO: EDMONSON, ROEMER AND BACON (1948)
  12. 12. SUMMARY OF ACTIVITIES  SELECTION OF THE TEACHING STAFF THE ORGANIZATION OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE AND TEACHING STAFF DEPARTMENTAL ORGANIZATION NEED FOR IMPROVING PHYSICAL FACILITIES, SITE, GROUNDS AND SIZE OF BUILDING.
  13. 13.  SPACE DEVOTED FOR THE ADMINISTRATION OF FACILITIES  SPACE DEVOTED TO INSTRUCTION, SERVICES AND EQUIPMENT INCREASING OFFICE EFFICIENCY SYSTEM OF RECORDS AND REPORTS OFFICE ROTATION AND PERSONNEL WIDENING PARTICIPATION IN PLANNING THE BUDGET
  14. 14. ACCOUNTING PROCEDURES ACCOUNTING OF SUPPLY AND EQUIPMENT MAKING SCHEDULES IMPORTANCE AND FUNCTIONS OF DISCIPLINE GUIDANCE PROGRAM SCHOOL ASSEMBLY STUDENT ORGANIZATION AND ACTIVITIES THE CURRICULUM
  15. 15. SELECTION OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS SCHOOL LIBRARY APPRAISING AND REPORTING PROGRESS OF STUDENTS PUBLIC RELATIONS PROGRAM SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND COLLEGE RELATIONS FACULTY MEETING
  16. 16. ACCORDING TO BARR, BURTON AND BRUECKNER (1938)
  17. 17. SURVEY OF THE SCHOOL SYSTEM DIRECT IMPROVEMENT OF CLASSROOM TEACHING GENERAL IMPROVEMENT OF TEACHER-IN-SERVICE ORGANIZING PROGRAMS OF COOPERATIVE ACTIVITY THE DEVELOPMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF MORALE, OR ESPRIT DE CORPS
  18. 18.  THE SELECTION AND ORGANIZATION OF THE MATERIALS OF INSTRUCTION EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE PROBLEMS OF TEACHING DETERMINING THE DESIRABLE PHYSICAL CONDITIONS OF LEARNING PERFORMANCE OF PROFESSIONAL AND SEMI- ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES
  19. 19. TECHNIQUES OF SUPERVISION: TEACHER DIAGNOSIS LEARNER DIAGNOSIS DIAGNOSIS OF CURRICULAR OFFERINGS SURVEY OF METHODS IN INSTRUCTION
  20. 20. BUDGETTING OF TIME CLASSROOM VISITATION TEACHER’S MEETING AND CONFERENCE DEMONSTRATION TEACHING PROFESSIONAL GROWTH TEACHER-LEARNER RELATIONSHIP EVALUATION OF SUPERVISION
  21. 21. LET’S COMPARE….. TRADITIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND SUPERVISION • Teacher is the center of administration and supervision. • Subjective • Individualistic • More Emphasis on Techniques • Coercion and Imposition • Isolation of activities MODERN ADMINISTRATION AND SUPERVISION • Recognizes the child and its Growth. • Objective and Specific • Socialistic or Cooperative • Techniques and Principles • Stimulation, Direction and Guidance • Holistic Teaching-Learning Factors
  22. 22. Is Education Administration / Supervision Right for You?
  23. 23. Are you a LEADER ?
  24. 24. YOU Are not afraid to set an example for others to follow.
  25. 25. Are YOU INQUISITIVE?
  26. 26. YOU are intrigued by the inner workings of the educational system.
  27. 27. ARE YOU AFFECTIONATE?
  28. 28. YOU love the idea of working with students and those responsible for the education of those students?
  29. 29. IF YES…….
  30. 30. SHAHANI C. FRANCISCO Discussant

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