TS School Complex Meetings Conducting Guidelines 2021

TS School Complex Meetings Conducting Guidelines: Telangana State, School Education Department has given the detailed guidelines for conducting TS School Complex meetings in 2021 in Telangana.

Recently, State Level training was conducted to the Headmasters of each district for subject experts and after this training and discussions, certain guidelines have been prepared for conducting the School Complex Meetings in Telangana State.  

A Training module has been prepared for School complex Headmasters for conducting the School Complex meetings in a smooth way. The District level training would be conducted on this subject to all the SCHMs and Secretaries by each DEO at the District Level. These instructions are treated as revised guidelines for the conduct of School Complex Level Training at the cluster level.

PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATION &EX-OFFICIO STATE PROJECT DIRECTOR, 
SAMAGRA SHIKSHA, HYDERABAD 
Rc.No. 3588 /TSS/T6/Pdg/2019 Dt: 23.07.2019

Subject: School Education – TSS, Hyderabad – Conduct of School Complex Meetings – Primary Level and UP/ High Schools Level – Certain instruction issued -reg.
Read: Support to the Cluster Resource Centres (School Complexes) recommended by PAB, MHRD, GoI, New Delhi for the year 2019-2021.

All the DEOs in the State of Telangana are informed that as was done earlier, the School Complex meetings have to be conducted during the academic year 2019-2021 also at Primary level and UP/High School Level. The following are the details of time schedule and items to be discussed in the School Complex Meetings.

A) SC Meetings: Primary Level:

Agenda- Suggestive Format : 

Time and Item
9.30 AM to 9.45 AM:  Attend School Assembly

9.50 AM to 10.50 AM:
The agenda for the first meeting may include the findings of NAS conducted in the year 2017 and attainment of learning outcomes focused in the NAS School Complex HM Review – observations made during school visits; Enrolment; Attendance- students & teachers; Quality- 3Rs, Learning Outcomes, FA/SA- Conduct, analysis; Flagship programs like swachh Vidyalaya, Harita haram, etc., Any other complex specific issues Acknowledge and appreciate the teachers who were present on all the working days in the month

10.50 AM to 11.30 AM:
R.P- Brainstorming session on Quality issues- 3Rs/Learning Outcomes
(a) understanding of learning outcomes, aligning of the teaching process, assessment process with reference to Learning Outcomes (depending on the month in which SC meeting is held).
(b) Identify areas in which children are facing difficulty and plan for micro-teaching in those areas.

11.30 to 11.45 Short Break 

11.45 AM to 1.00 PM:
Discussion on strategies to be evolved to teaching Content with specific reference to learning outcomes may be extended to assessment tools pertaining to the month/13est practices in teaching difficult/ important concepts.

1.00 to 2.00 PM Lunch 

2.00 PM to 3.30 PM: Micro-teaching Sessions @ 10 minutes per teacher; all 4 subjects should be covered; 50% of the micro-teaching sessions in English Medium. Feedback/Suggestions from peer group

3.30 to 3.45 pm Short Break
3.45 PM to 4.30 PM
(a) General Session on Innovations/any state or district-specific Innovations/ Identification of Class wise, subject-wise Learning Outcomes for the topics to be covered under respective FA/SAs.
4.30 PM to 5.00 PM:
a) Agenda for the next meeting & allotment of micro-teaching sessions for the next session.
b) Guest Lecture, if any by eminent academicians, philanthropists; One Complex Level Event (per year) should be conducted in all the
complexes – padanolsavam/science-fair/kreedotsava/TLM Mela.
One visit of primary students to the nearest High School.

B) SC Meetings: UP/High School Level:

Time and  Item

9.30 AM to 9.45 AM: Attend School Assembly

9.50 AM to 10.50 AM:
The agenda for the first meeting may include the findings of NAS conducted in the year 2017 and attainment of learning outcomes focused in the NAS
SC HM Review-Quality- Learning Outcomes, FA/SA- Conduct, analysis

10.50 AM to 1.30 AM:
R.P-Brainstorming session on Quality issues
(a.) understanding of learning outcomes,
aligning of teaching process, assessment process with reference to Learning Outcomes (depending on the month in which SC meeting is held).
(b) Identify areas in which children are facing difficulty and plan for micro-teaching in those areas.

11.30 to 11.45 Short Break

11.45 AM to 1.00 PM:
Discussion on (a) strategies to be evolved to teach Content with specific reference to learning outcomes may be extended to assessment tools pertaining to the month; (b) strategies for teaching
difficult concepts.
Strategy: Group work.

1.00 to 2.00 PM Lunch

2.00 PM to 3.30 PM:
Micro-teaching sessions @ 10 minutes per teacher, all key concepts difficult concepts should be covered 50 % of the micro-teaching sessions through English. Feedback/Suggestions from a peer group.

3.30 to 3.45 pm Short Break

3.45 PM to 4.30 PM:
(a) Innovations: Any state district/School Specific Innovations Class wise Learning Outcomes.

4.30 PM to 5.00 PM
a) Agenda for the next meeting & allotment of micro-teaching sessions for the next session.
b) Guest Lecture, if any by eminent academicians, philanthropists;

✷ Attendance to be sent to DEO and State Project Office.
✷ The above agenda items are only suggestive only and they may vary from month to month depending upon the items to be discussed in the calendar year.
✷ The detailed guidelines for the conduct of the school complex meeting are enclosed herewith.

School Complex Meetings – General Guidelines:

✹ Six school Complex Meetings should be held in an academic year-July, August, September, November, December, and February
✹ Timings-9.30 to 5.00 pm.
The services of DRP/SRGs who have conducted the training at District/Sub District Level in the Learning Outcomes may be utilized as a Resource Person for the school complex meetings.
✹ Each School complex meeting may be tagged with one DRP. If sufficient DRPs are not available, the services of SRGs of concerned districts and the expert teachers who worked earlier as DRPs/MRPs may also be considered. If sufficient numbers of Resource Persons are not available, any good resourceful teacher in the Mandal or in the School Complex jurisdiction may be considered as a strong teacher.
✹ In the monitoring process, the faculty of DIET /CTES/BIASES may be included along with the Sectoral Officers of Samagra Shiksha at District Level

✹ All teachers should take a micro-teaching session.
✹ School complex attendance should be sent to DEO for onward submission to SPO.
✹ MEO, Sectoral Officer, DEO should visit the School Complex Meetings.
✹ Updation of lesson plans/teaching plans: Preparation and presentation of micro-teaching plan Strengthening of school-based assessment.
✹ Attendance Certificate should be given to all the participants
✹ The services of the SRPs/DRPs and Strong Teachers should be utilized.
✹ The school complex meeting shall be held in the form of workshop mode giving more scope for hands in experience/pair work/individual work.
✹ The school complex meetings reflect the felt needs of teachers and offer solutions to professional challenges – pedagogical and content
✹ The Complex Meetings teachers may be instructed to complete the following activities before attending the School Complex Meeting.

a. Completion of analysis of the performance of the students in the first summative test in the light of learning outcomes communicated by the SCERT in respective subjects

b. Identification of areas/ concepts/ skills where the student needs further help in the curricular subjects.

c. With the above data, the teachers may be instructed to attend the School complex meeting with the subjects they handle at the school level. All the above guidelines should be followed scrupulously

TS School Complex Meetings Conducting Guidelines

PROCEEDINGS OF THE DIRECTOR, S.C.E.R.T.,
TELANGANA, HYDERABAD.
Rc.No.862, Dated:12.07.2017

Sub: Schedule of School complex Meetings for the year 2017-18 and Agenda of first School Complex Meeting to be conducted in the month of July 2017- Reg.

All the District Educational Officers and the Principals of DIETs, CTEs, IASE in the State are hereby informed that in all the Districts trainings were conducted successfully for the Teachers at Primary level, UP level and at Secondary level in first and second week of June, 2017 in non-language subjects.

As a follow-up of the training of teachers, the SCERT has proposed to conduct the school complex meetings which helps to consolidate the learning of the teachers in the post-training period on the various academic issues discussed in the training viz.

Academic standards,
Pedagogical practices,
Assessment processes,
Use of textbooks,
Project works.

Further, these issues need to be practiced in the classrooms and subsequently there is a need to share the reflections of the teachers on its implications. In this context, the SCERT has given a year schedule for conduct of ‘6’ school complex meetings for the year 2017-18 and a detailed agenda is suggested to conduct the first school complex meeting in the month of July 2017 in all the districts as given in the guidelines annexed with this order.

The DEOs may note that the present practice of conduct of School Complex Meetings is restricted to classes I to VIII as Primary level school complex meeting covering classes I to V and for Upper primary sections (VI to VIII) as subject school complex meeting. It is observed that those teachers who are handling the class-VIII are also handling the classes IX and X and dealing with the same subject.

Hence the concept of school complex meetings shall be extended to discuss the issues of classes IX and X also. Therefore the Subject-based school complex meetings which is restricted for classes VI to VIII shall also include the academic issues related to classes IX and X.

Therefore, all the DEOs in the State are once again requested to take necessary measures for the effective conduct of school complex meetings as per the time schedule suggested by SCERT. The Principals of DIETs, IASEs, and CTEs are also requested to provide the academic support for the effective functioning of school complexes and in making school complexes as vibrant learning organizations in the State.

RMSA and DSE Telangana have issued guidelines for conducting School Complex Level Training for primary teachers and upper primary teachers for this academic year in an effective manner.

So, School Complex level training should be conducted at the cluster level for primary school and upper primary school teachers on expected themes and organizing complex meetings at cluster level is one strategy to enhance the capacity building of the teachers provide continuous support to the teachers for the improvement of quality education.

School Complex Meeting Objectives:
1. To enhance the capacity building of teachers to provide on Job support on a continuum basis
2. To Share and exchanging of experiences among the teachers and disseminating the best practices
3. To improve the quality of education among the children through teachers
4. To develop the concept of School Leadership.

Themes
Themes will be discussed in the Complex Meetings under specific agenda items.
1. CCE, Formative and Summative Assessments
2. Child Psychology and Child Rights
3. Difficult Concepts in Mathematics
4. Meditation – Yoga – Games
5. Enriching constitution and cluster at values
6. Theatre arts
7. Low cost and no cost TLM
8. Children Performance
9. Inclusion and Exclusion practices
10. Concepts – Demos
11. Innovative activities
12. Teachers Performance

TS School Complex meetings conducting guidelines

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