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ADMINISTRATION

AND
SUPERVISION OF
SCHOOLS
GROUP TWO:
Karen A. Tarcena
Maria Jeannette H. Darilag
Purisima H. Darilag
Carlo Troy Acelott Manalo
WHAT IS SCHOOL SUPERVISION?
refers to the improvement of the total teaching-
learning situation and the conditions that affect
them
refers to the improvement of the total teaching-
learning situation and the conditions that affect
them
Supervision can also be defined in terms of
function and purposes for which it shall be used
as a) skills in leadership, b) skills in human
relation, c) skill in group process, d) skill in
personnel administration and e) skill in
evaluation.
SCOPE OF SCHOOL SUPERVISION
Inspection- This is actually a study of school conditions
Research- This has something to do to remedy the
weaknesses of the solution to solve problems
discovered
Training- This is acquainting teachers with solutions
discovered in research through training.
Guidance- involved personal help given by someone. It
is the function of supervision to stimulate, direct, guide
and encourage the teachers to apply instructional
procedures, techniques, principles and devices.
Evaluation- appraises the outcomes and the factors
conditioning the outcomes of instructions and to improve
the products and processes of instructions.
ACTIVITIES OF SUPERVISION
survey of the school system;
improvement of classroom teaching;
in-service education of teachers;
selecting and organizing materials for
instructions;
researching the problems of teaching;
determining the desirable physical
condition of teaching and
performing semi-administrative duties.
MONITORING AND EVALUATION

BasicConcepts of Evaluation
Concepts of Monitoring
Achieving High Performance and
Employee Satisfaction
Evaluating the results of School
Administration and Supervision
WHAT IS MONITORING?

- It is a process whereby the


effectiveness of internal controls are
assessed by activities that are generally
built into the daily operational activities,
organizations, along with separate
evaluations, if necessary.
WHAT IS EVALUATION?
Evaluation is a process of making value
judgments over a level of performance
or achievement.
Making value judgments in Evaluation
process presupposes the set of
objectives
Evaluation implies a critical
assessment of educative process and
its outcome in the light of the objectives
A. BASIC CONCEPTS OF EVALUATION

The objective of evaluation is not only


to assess outcomes and performance,
but also to examine, improve and
develop educational plans.
Evaluation is a Science of providing
information for decision making.
It Includes measurement, assessment
and testing
It is a process that involves
a. Information gathering
b. Information processing
c. Judgment forming
d. Decision making
PURPOSES OF EVALUATION
Evaluation is the process of
determining the extent to which the
objectives are achieved.
It is Concerned not only with the
appraisal of achievement, but also with
its improvement.
Evaluation is a continuous and a
dynamic process. Evaluation helps in
forming the following decisions.
EVALUATION SUPPORTS THE
DEVELOPMENT OF PROGRAMS IN THE
FOLLOWING WAYS:

Diagnosis
Adaptation of programs
Comparisons
Anticipation of educational needs
To determine the degree to which
educational objectives are being
realized
B. CONCEPTS OF MONITORING

a process that assesses the quality


of the system's performance over time.
This is accomplished through ongoing
monitoring activities, separate
evaluations or a combination of the two.
MONITORING ACTIVITIES CAN VARY WIDELY,
RANGING ON A NUMBER OF DIFFERENT PROCESSES
AND PROCEDURES, SUCH AS THE FOLLOWING:
Evaluating one's daily operational activities
Utilizing internal audit personnel or other
similar personnel who are performing a wide-
range of procedures throughout various
departments of a service organization.
Automated system checks and balances, such
as batch processing, reconciliations, quality
assurance checks, system error checks.
Correspondence with any third-party entities.

Any additional processes, procedures, and


safeguards as necessary.
C. ACHIEVING HIGH PERFORMANCE
AND EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION

Creating job satisfaction begins by first


providing a positive work environment.
Fran Tarkenton says, to find what
motivates people, you have to find
what turns people on. This is the
most important factor in the process.
A motivating working environment
requires going over and beyond the
call of duty and providing for the needs
of the worker.
HOW TO IMPROVE JOB SATISFACTION AND
INCREASE EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT?
Employers face the challenges of finding
ways to increase job satisfaction so their
businesses stay competitive.
Employers face the challenges of
maintaining productivity, profitability as well
as keeping their workforce engaged and
satisfied with their jobs.
The leaders of the organization have the
responsibility for creating a high level of job
satisfaction.
LEADERS CAN IMPROVE MOTIVATION
WITHIN THEIR ORGANIZATIONS BY
FOLLOWING THIS PROCESS:

Provide a positive working


environment
Reward and recognition
Involve and increase employee
engagement
Develop the skills and potential of
your workforce
Evaluate and measure job
satisfaction
DIFFERENT STRATEGIES TO ACHIEVE HIGH
PERFORMANCE AND EMPLOYEE
SATISFACTION OR PRIDE SYSTEM
provides an excellent work environment for
their employees (Walt Disney World
Company )
The important point is pay and money does
not necessarily create job satisfaction.
There has to be something more. (Graham
Weston gives the keys to his BMW M3
convertible for a week to his top performing
employees)
People may show up for work, but are they
engaged and productive? People are more
committed and engaged when there is a process
for them to contribute their ideas and employee
suggestions. (The SONY Corporation)
Training and education motivates people and
makes them more productive and innovative.
(Federal Express)
Personal recognition is a powerful tool in building
morale and motivation. (Mark Twain)
Continuous evaluation and never ending
improvement is the final step of the PRIDE
system.
D. EVALUATING THE RESULTS OF SCHOOL
ADMINISTRATION AND SUPERVISION
Organizational evaluation or assessment
measures compare and analyze the coherence
between results and specific objectives, and
between specific objectives and general
objectives of institutional projects, programs or
plans
Evaluation is an important aspect of improving
the administration in any organization. It plays a
very important role in helping the managers to
improve the efficiency and effectiveness in their
operations.
THE THREE VITAL ELEMENTS IN
AN EVALUATION PROCESS

The organization
the assessment team
the employees who use the
assessment results.
TO EFFECTIVELY CARRY OUT THE
EVALUATION PROCESS
the assessment team must be aware of power
hierarchies, decision-making policies,
organizational culture and other internal and
external intricacies.
Organizations should provide formal coaching
to an assessment team before carrying out
any evaluation.
Employee assessment plays a vital role in
building a good rapport and cordial relations
between the management and the
employees..