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Policy and Educational Planning.Protecting Instructional Time

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Policy and Educational Planning.Protecting Instructional Time

  1. 1. P R E P A R E D B Y : N U R S YA H I D A B T. A B D U L R A H M A N 2 0 1 3 7 9 7 6 9 7 EDU 704 : POLICIES AND EDUCATIONAL PLANNING
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION  Instructional time can be described as time being spent by teachers working directly with students to achieve mastery and learning.  In 2012, the MOE had set a touch point that is to ensure the teachers to be in the classroom. Students' learning outcomes are the main focus in education development plans of countries around the world, including Malaysia.  During the Certificate of Action Committee Meetings & Recommendations on 23 Nov 2011 , the inspectorates decided it has to be given serious note.  In the KPPM Management meeting NO. 4/2012 ,July 11, 2012 ,they highlighted the policy ,all the teachers must be in classroom during teaching and learning process.
  3. 3. DIMENSION ELEMENTS Defining school mission Frames the schools’ goals Communicate the schools’ goals Managing the instructional program Supervises and evaluates instruction Coordinates the curriculum Observe and evaluate Monitors student progress Developing the school learning climate Promotes professional development Maintain high visibility Protecting the instructional time Provides incentive for learning 10 ELEMENTS IN HALLINGER MODULE FOR INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP (Hallinger & Murphy, 1987)
  4. 4. ”Policies and enforcement practices that reduce tardiness, absenteeism, and truancy to increase learning time for students. Principal can also increase student opportunities to learn by protecting classroom instructional time from interruptions due to public address annoucements, by working with teachers to develop more effective classroom management and instructional practices, and by reducing the number of non-instructional school activities that enroach on classroom time.” (Hallinger & Murphy, 1986)
  5. 5. CATEGORY DEFINITION Allocated time Total of time for teacher instruction and student learning. Engaged time The time students are involved in a task. Instructional time The time teacher is actively teaching. Also known as time spent by teachers working directly with students to achieve mastery and learning. Academic learning time The time teachers can prove that students learned the content or mastered the skill. (Resource : Wong & Wong,1998)
  6. 6. Schooling time (5 days a week) Classroom time (6 hours a day) Instructional Time (4 -5 hours a day) Academic Learning Time (3 hours a day) Engaged learning time…..? Effective learning time ...? School Management Teachers’ Instructional
  7. 7. At least half of teachers in most countries spend over 80% of the lesson time on teaching and learning. However, in some cases time is lost because students are disruptive or because teachers have to deal with administrative tasks. One teacher in four in most countries loses at least 30% of lesson time to these two factors, and some teachers lose more than half.
  8. 8. T&L SCHOOL LEADERS TEACHERS Students’ learning outcomes
  9. 9. • Announcement • Sports activity • Co-curriculum and co-academic activities • Students’ tardiness • Teachers or students being called to be in the office. • Teachers’ attitudes • School facilities and resources • Teachers’ absentees due to sickness, personal problems and emergencies. • Teacher had to sit for examinations or attend classes for Long Distance Learning. • Teachers had to attend courses or meeting.
  10. 10. Divided into two categories:  School Management • The administration and the teachers will take steps to accomplish this commitment and minimize disruptions of instructional time. • All the school leaders have to be able to arrange and manage the class time tables and the teacher who has to go out for meeting, courses and other activities. • The school leaders need to ensure there will be another substitute teacher to be in the classroom and do the teaching and learning process. • All the co-curriculum activities have be done after school hours. • Ensure that new staff members and substitute teachers are aware of the school’s commitment and the responsibility for minimizing disruptions to instructional time. • Reports must be sent every month to the District Education Department as an enforcement of the policy.  Instructional Teachers • Teachers have to plan their lesson so that the students will learn more during the instructional time. • Teachers have to ensure the teaching and learning process will help the students to be actively involved in learning throughout those instructional hours. • Teachers do their administrative works after school hours. • Teachers provide suitable worksheets for students if they have to go out for another activity.
  11. 11. • Starting 2013, each school has to send reports to the District Education Department every month. • The reports are as follows: • Monthly report (Lampiran A) LAMPIRAN A LAPORAN MELINDUNGI MASA INSTRUKSIONAL (MMI) NAMA SEKOLAH : SK (2) TAMAN SELAYANG BULAN : APRIL 2014 Bil. Program/ aktiviti Bahagian/ JPN/ PPD Tarikh dan Masa Penglibatan Catatan Bil. Guru Bil. Murid 1 Mesyuarat/Taklimat JPN/PPD/sekolah Sepanjang bulan April 42 0 Mesy/Taklimat anjuran PPD=11 org Mesy. Pengurusan Sesi Petang = 31 org Tindakan : Jadual relief dan lembaran kerja disediakan 2 Kursus/Bengkel JPN/PPD/sekolah Sepanjang bulan April 6 0 APTIS= 4org,Bengkel = 2org,Kursus= 1org Tindakan : Jadual relief dan lembaran kerja disediakan 3 Sukan JPN/PPD/sekolah Sepanjang bulan April 6 38 Kejohanan Hoki=4org guru,16murid, Bola sepak=2org guru,13murid, Bola jaring=3org guru,14murid Tindakan : Jadual relief dan lembaran kerja disediakan 4 Kokurikulum JPN/PPD/sekolah Sepanjang bulan April 1 Jambori pengakap=1org Tindakan : Jadual relief dan lembaran kerja disediakan 5 Penceramah/ Jurulatih Utama JPN/PPD/sekolah Sepanjang bulan April 1 Tindakan: Jadual Relief disediakan 6 Cuti Sepanjang bulan April 31 0 CTR=12org,CRK=3org,MC=16 Tindakan : Jadual relief dan lembaran kerja disediakan 7 Lain-lain Program JPN/PPD/sekolah Sepanjang bulan April 68 1000 Program pengenalan Akil Balikh bersama Libresse,Pelancaran Bulan Pemakanan (sesi pagi),Program Susu Fernleaf ,Program Outreach LINUS (sesi petang) Jumlah Guru terlibat * Disi oleh Sekolah setiap bulan dan dihantar kepada urus setia (pegawai meja MMI di PPD ) * Tuan hanya perlu rumuskan bilangan guru yang terlibat dalam 7 perkara di atas semasa waktu PdP
  12. 12. • Strategic Planning report for every two months (Lampiran D) LAMPIRAN D LAPORAN PELAKSANAAN MELINDUNGI MASA INSTRUKSIONAL (MMI) SEKOLAH : SEKOLAH KEBANGSAAN (2) TAMAN SELAYANG Bil Fokus Pelan Tindakan Tarikh Pelaksanaan KPI Isu Penyelesaian Seterusnya JPN Sebelum (TOV) Selepas (Capai) 1 Kemenjadian murid Pelancaran bulan PPdA 3 Mac 2014 90% 95% Bahaya penyalahgunaan dadah dalam kehidupan. Mengadakan program perjumpaan ibu bapa sekiranya perlu di luar waktu PdP. 2. Berteraskan kepada konsep Guru Penyayang Pelancaran Guru Penyayang (Mentor- Mentee) 17 Mac 2014 80% 83% Murid sentiasa memerlukan bimbingan guru sama ada dalam bidang akademik atau sahsiah. Program akan berjalan setiap hari Rabu minggu ke-3selama 30 minit. 3 Murid yang mempunyai masalah pembelajaran akan disahkan oleh pegawai perubatan dan didaftarkan terus kepada Pegawai Kebajikan Masyarakat untuk kad OKU Program Outreach LINUS 14,17,22 Apr 2014 100% 100% Mengenal pasti masalah murid di peringkat awal bagi membantu mereka menjalani kehidupan harian. Saringan Linus dan bimbingan terhadap murid sentiasa berterusan sepanjang tahun. 4 Cara hidup sihat dan mengurangkan masalah obesity. Pelancaran Bulan Pemakanan 11 Apr 2014 80% 85% Masalah obesiti kalangan murid Mengadakan bulan kesihatan dan menggalakkan pemakanan yang sihat. 5 Pengenalan Akil Balikh kepada murid perempuan Program Akil Balikh bersama Libresse 23 Apr 2014 85% 90% Murid perempuan perlu didedahkan tentang penggunaan pad dan cara mengendalikannya. Memberikan bimbingan melalui Pendidikan Jasmani Kesihatan dan Pendidikan Islam/P.Moral *Diisi oleh sekolah dua bulan sekali dan dihantar kepada urus setia (pegawai meja MMI di PPD)
  13. 13. LAMPIRAN E LAPORAN KEBERADAAN GURU DALAM BILIK DARJAH Tarikh 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 TAHUN /TINGKATAN : SEKOLAH : Waktu Guru Mata Pelajaran (Tandatangan) Guru Ganti (Tandatangan) Catatan (Nama Guru yang tidak masuk kelas) Waktu Guru Mata Pelajaran (Tandatangan) Guru Ganti (Tandatangan) Catatan (Nama Guru yang tidak masuk kelas) 1 7 2 8 3 9 4 10 5 11 6 12 RUMUSAN Kehadiran Guru Mata Pelajaran Sebab Tidak Hadir / = %
  14. 14. • This policy is important as it controls the quality of the students’ learning outcomes. School leaders and teachers must be able to control and protect the instructional time in their school. • Teachers need to focus on their official duty as educators.They have to make a good planning to deliver their lesson within the instructional hours.
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