Teach Tool Phase-III, Level- 3 from 13th Feb to 6th Mar 2024

Teach Tool Phase-III, Level- 3 from 13th Feb to 6th Mar 2024. Rc.No. ESE02-22/53/2022-SCERT-Part(1) Dated:09.02.2024. Criteria for Selection of Observers, Instructions on Teach Tool Phase III Below.

Teach Tool Phase-III, Level- 3 from 13th Feb to 6th Mar 2024

Sub:- School Education- SCERT,A.P-Training of servers at District level -Teach Classroom Observations - As a part of universal coverage - Orders-Issued-Reg.

Read:- As per the instructions of the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati, during the review meeting dated..08, 2023.

All the Regional Joint Director of School Education and the District Educational Officers in the state are aware that the Teach observations are going on all over the state as a mission mode. Classroom observation has got its significance in improving the strength and desire of learning for the quality of foundational learning of students, by improving the quality of teacher-student interactions in the classrooms across all grades.

The Government of Andhra Pradesh has conducted 48870 classroom observations during the year 2022-23 with the help of 6655 observers across the state.
  • In this regard, it is proposed to conduct the Teach Tool Phase-III, Level- 3 training will be held in 2 spells in the selected batchwise districts. 1st spell of Teach trainings will be held from 13 to 22 February 2024 (9 days, excluded 18th February-Sunday), Second spell from 26 February 2024 to 6 March 2024 (excluded 3 March-Sunday) as per the list prepared.
Further, they are instructed to refer to the validated observer data available with you at your respective districts and in case of replacement, select the trainee observers as per the below mentioned criterion in coordination with Dy Eos,AMOS and MEOS 1 &2, MIS coordinators with the help of Teach Implementation Coordinator and mapthemto the identified training venues in the respective districts, as per the requirement and access.

The criteria for the selection of observers are as follows:

If an observer already exists in the school, and the strength is more, then choose the senior teachers who are still having more than 7 years of service and active to work as an observer based on the number provided.

HMs from Upper Primary and Secondary Schools will be given priority. Then the Senior School Assistants will be given priority as per the need.

If an observer does not exist in the school, then, UP School/Secondary School HM and the other Senior School Assistant Cadre teachers may be selected.

For Primary schools, CRPS/LFL HMs/Senior SGT will be selected.

In case of single-teacher or double-teacher schools, these teachers will not be trained as observers.

The district authorities are instructed to conduct the training seriously and strictly, as per the designed schedule. The aim of classroom transformation is only possible with genuine data collection. It will be

possible when the observer gets through the reliability test and further follows with the perfect classroom observations.

The LFE team will be available for your support in effective implementation of these trainings and requested cooperation from district officials for the same.

And make sure that the trainee observers ore mapped to the nearest training venue to minimize their travel. Training manuals will be distributed as per the needs of the respective districts, and it is the responsibility of the course director to distribute these training manuals to the observers at the training centers in time.

Therefore, they are instructed to make further arrangements for the Teach Tool observers training and appoint Course Director for each venue, and issue instructions to the trainee observers to furnish the Teacher details of their respective schools on 4th/5th Of Day of Training so that observer teacher Mapping can be done on Teach APP for smooth classroom observations.

Duties of Course Directors:

  • • To ensure full attendance and active participation of the observers every day at each center.
  • • To ensure technical logistics such as collection and distribution of printed training materials, availability of projector, speakers, needed seating arrangement as per the WB standards etc.
  • • To ensure overall smooth execution of training sessions with daily quick resolutions if there are any challenges and to support participants and master trainers throughout the training period.
  • • To ensure that food and water facilities are available on time for that center.
  • TA/DA matters will be pursued by SSAP.
  • Course director may utilize the services of MIS coordinators for the smooth conduct of the training.
  •  A daily attendance report is a must for both morning and afternoon sessions, and all should attend the sessions regularly, on time without fail. No leave is allowed while the training is going on and should be very judicial in granting casual leave.
The following staff are deputed for monitoring the training programme's progress and requested to report the remarks regarding this programme implementation.
  • 1. Smt.V. Sarada Devi, Prof,SCERT AP
  • 2. Mr. Paul Dande, SCERT AP
  • 3. Mr. Prabhakar AV, SCERT, AP
  • 4. Dr. Sathish Reddy, Prof., SS, AP
  • 5.Sri Maheshwara Reddy professor, SS, AP
  • 6.Smt.Madhavi Latha, Prof,SS,AP
  • 7.Dr. Prasad, Prof., SS.AP
  • 8.Mr. Nalin, Education Consultant, PwC
  • 9.Ms. Khushbu Kumari, Data Consultant, PMU,SS. 10.LFE Team