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Teacher's Quality Circle

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sheryll gayola

on 23 January 2016

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Transcript of Teacher's Quality Circle

Division Teachers'

Offer teachers the opportunity to use their creative abilities and to care more about their crucial role as an educator

Enable teachers to participate in improving the quality of delivery of instruction in the division

Recognize and tap the intellectual potential of teachers

Provide training and structured opportunities for teachers to become actively involved in
the interpersonal process of
joint problem-solving
The Division
Teacher's Quality Circle
will be initially composed of
28 master teachers. Who will meet
regularly, to identify the causes of on-the-job problems and to propose solutions

Once a week in a carefully structured forum led by the Division Focal Person, the DTQC will employ advanced problem solving techniques to reach solutions

The concept is based on the premise that
the people who do the job everyday
know more about the
system than anyone else
Identification of members/composition of the DTQC
Each PSDS and Secondary School Heads will be asked to recommend two of their best Master Teachers (one from the morning session and one from the afternoon session) who are willing to take part in the process

It is very important to consider that each teacher representative should be interested in
better quality of
work life to attain better
quality of education

Orientation for
the Members of the DTQC
Representatives duly recommended by their supervisors/school heads will convene for an orientation which will be done on opposite sessions.

In depth discussion will be made focusing on the different problem solving methods/techniques which will be employed in the conduct of regular meetings

Planning for the
Conduct of Regular Meeting with the members of the DTQC
Design a plan of activities for the conduct of regular meetings with the members of the DTQC
The members of the DTQC will identify school-related problems that are to be solved.
Focus Group
The DTQC will decide the preferences and select the problem of apex priority
Problem Selection
The selected problems will be classified and analyzed
Pareto Analysis
Solutions Generation

The DTQC will identify various causes of problems to generate various alternative solutions
Cause-Effect Analysis
5 Why's
Root Cause Analysis
Appropriate Solution Selection
The most appropriate and suitable solution will be selected after considering various solutions related to cost, possibility of implementation, etc.
Action Plan Preparation
The DTQC will prepare plan of action to the selected solution
Strategic Planning
Approval of the Management
The chosen solution and the plan of action will be put forward before the Focal Person before seeking the approval of the SDS
The SDS will evaluate the solution and examine the same before implementation. The SDS may also consider a pilot implementation
Monitoring - an ongoing review will be conducted by a team composed for the purpose, to determine whether the schools are operating according to plan and budgetary requirements and whether any adjustments may be needed so they achieve their intended goals.

Coordinated Reporting
Evaluation - an analysis of the relevance, effectiveness and efficiency
of the strategies to systematically assess impact of the
programmes, practices, partnerships and procedures.

Evaluation criteria will include
the sustainability of the program, coordination and consistency, and
the effectiveness of monitoring
and reporting systems.
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