Teachers can Use Digitised Lesson Plans APSCERT CSE Proc Rc No ESE02/329/2022 Dated:26/06/2022

Teachers can Use Digitised Lesson Plans CSE Proc Rc No ESE02/329/2022 Dated:26/06/2022. The Commissioner of School Education vide Proc Rc. No  ESE02/329/2022 Dated:26/06/2022 has issued the detailed guidelines for Academic and Administrative reforms and Guidelines for preparation of Lesson Plans for the Academic Year 2023-24. 

Usage of Digital Lesson Plans by Teachers: Details of the Proceedings, What are the guidelines issued for Teachers using Digital Lesson Plans, Steps for Model Teachers Lesson Plans, Can Teachers Use Digital Lesson Plans ? explained below. 

    CSE Orders on Digital Lesson Plans for AP TEACHERS

    R.C. No.ESE02/329/2022 SCERT Dated:26/06/2022

    Sub: School Education- SCERT-AP- Academic and Administrative reforms -Preparation of lesson plans- Templates communicated and guidelines issued.

    1. Observations of the School Education Higher Officials during their visits to schools.
    2. Pro. R.C. No. ESE02/290/2022-SCERT, Dated 04/04/2022 of the Commissioner of School Education, Andhra Pradesh.

    The attention of all the Regional Joint Directors of School Education and the District Educational Officers in the state is invited to the reference 2nd above wherein certain guidelines were issued regarding the implementation of Academic and Administrative reforms in the state. 

    As part of the above guidelines, the preparation and implementation of the lesson plan is one of the topmost academic reforms to be implemented in all the schools for ensuring the quality of education through adequate class-specific learning outcomes among students.

    In this regard, the SCERT-AP has prepared two (2) Lesson Plan Templates.
    • Template - 1: Model lesson plan for multi grade teaching.
    • Template - 2: Model lesson plan for all types of High schools.
    Therefore, all the Regional Joint Directors of School Education and the District Educational Officers in the state are requested to issue necessary instructions to all the field functionaries for effective implementation of the lesson plan and instructions to ensure right teaching at right level and achieve adequate learning outcomes at all levels.

    Further, all the Regional Joint Directors of School Education, District Educational Officers, Principals of DIET and all inspecting officers in the state shall ensure that all teachers are following the guidelines and preparing the lesson plans as per the templates suggested by SCERT.The services of resource persons in DIETs shall be used for capacity building and training of the teaches for the effective implementation of these plans.

    If any best practices are identified the same may be sent to the Director SCERT for disseminating across the state for its adaptability.

    Guidelines for Specific Guidelines for Model Lesson Plan Components

    Further CSE detailed guidelines issued for Specific Guidelines for Model Lesson Plans and its components.
    In this Section, Learning Outcomes, TEACHING LEARNING PROCESS, General Guidelines for Planning the Lessons has been discussed.
    The detailed instructions issued in the General Guidelines for Planning the Lessons is given below.

    ● Use the Nipun Bharat Guidelines for Foundational Grades for understanding how children learn at these grade levels, well. Use those to plan the experiences and process of the classroom. For higher grades, NCF 2005, Position Papers for various subjects provide insight into how children learn these subjects better.

    ● Ascertain which concepts and skills are to be taught in which month, keeping the number of working days in each month, holidays and seasons in mind. For example, learning of volume requires students to pour water in various containers in primary grades and can be avoided in winters!

    ● Create lesson plans for each concept/unit at a time to look at a concept and its complete cycle from induction to practice and assessment at one go in a holistic manner. .

    ● Use faculty meetings- If possible, create lesson plans in collaboration with all the teachers of one grade teaching a particular subject. This creates opportunities for learning from each others’ experiences and can reduce duplication.

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    ● Use vertical faculty meetings- Conduct these meetings once a month to understand and plan for bridging the learning gaps, create grade level outcomes and create remedial plans. This can help in multigrade teaching as well. These meetings can also be conducted at a complex level as well.

    ● For chalking our Learning Outcomes, Experiences, Use of TLMs, Assessments, use NCERT, SCERT Resource Materials and State textbooks. Open source materials and videos on DIksha Platform, Youtube can be used based on the learning objectives of each grade.

    ● All the activities, Posters, pictures and other materials need to be free of gender, caste, class biases.
    ● Have faculty meetings, sharing the plans/tasks/processes that worked well and that did not work well. Reflect and review the lesson plans once a month with your colleagues and change the plans for next units and academic cycle.
    It is suggested that you create lesson plans in digitised form for making your review and revision easier. This is going to be your asset and can save you time in your next academic sessions and can also enable you to share these with your colleagues.
    These lessons are going to be part of your planning and reflection as a professional teacher. Happy planning!

    In the above quoted Text, the instructions are clearly issued that the Lesson Plans can be created in Digitised Form. The above Proceedings Screen Shot is also presented below.

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