Session 8 Workshop MEPA Simulation

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WORKSHOP:
MEPA SIMULATION
The 10-20-70 or the Principle of
Learning Continuum upholds
‘Learning by doing principle.’
WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES
• At the end of the WORKSHOP, the participants are
expected to:
a.
Make a Completed Staff Work (CSW) for the 1st
Quarterly SMEPA using both the qualitative and
quantitative tools (School Heads);
b. Prepare a presentation based on the given dashboard;
c. Simulate the conduct of SMEPA by observing the
essential processes, Term of Reference (TOR) of the
persons involved, and facilitation and synthesizing
skills; and
d. Develop deeper understanding on the importance of
SMEPA in enhancing efficiency and effectiveness of
governance of basic education delivery.
WORKSHOP TASK: BY GROUP
Group
1
• Focus on Quality
• Quarter 1: NAT
Group
2
• Focus on Access
• Quarter 2: Enrolment
Group
3
• Focus on Access
• Quarter 3: Drop-out
TASK TO DO
1. Make a Completed Staff Work (CSW)
for the Quarterly SMEPA using both
the qualitative and quantitative tools.
2. Prepare a presentation based on the
given dashboard.
3. Simulate the conduct of SMEPA by
observing the essential processes,
Term of Reference (TOR) of the
persons involved, and facilitation and
synthesizing skills.
TASK TO DO
I. Information Requirements on KPIs for
Quality
A. Dashboard
• Presents a three year data on achievement (20112014) broken-down per level & subject (Grade 3 &
Grade 6 /Year IV).
• Shows comparative graphs and tables to provide
MPS by subject: Aral. Pan. Filipino, English, Math
and Science.
• Performance of school will be presented using the
achievement quartile ratio (how many students
belong to the following Quartile: 0-25; 26-50; 5175; 76-100).
TASK TO DO
I. Information Requirements on KPIs for Quality
B. Segmentation
• Make Data map showing the performance and mean
percent score (MPS) (ex. by Gender & Tribe)
C. Analyses
• Describes the programs and/or practices implemented
leading to improve performance or achievement.
• Explains the context (environmental factors)
contributing to poor pupils/students
performance/achievement.
• Explains why the school is unable to improve
achievements despite programs on related to quality
education.
TASK TO DO
I. Information Requirements on KPIs for
Quality
D. Proposed Actions
• Describes measures to undertake to sustain
DepED programs on quality.
• Provides suggestions on how to improve programs
on quality to minimize effects of environmental
factors contributing to MPS.
• Suggests actions or measures that will address the
limitations or weaknesses of DepED programs on
quality.
• Suggests new policies and/or enhancements in
DepED policies and systems related to quality.
TASK TO DO
II. Implementation status of the AIP; 15 Programs,
Projects, Activities (PPAs) and Foreign Assisted
Projects (FAP) including NGO Projects, if any:
• Using S-Curve, the school will report the
implementation of the following in term of its
Physical and Financial accomplishment (Actual vs
Target – just make assumption only for the first
month of 2015):
1. AIP Implementation,
2. Implementation Status of the 15 PPAs (SPED, MG,
Madrasah, etc.) and
3. Any Foreign-Assisted Projects (FAP) including NGO
Projects: Save the Children, UNICEF, Pasali, Plan
International, etc.
TASK TO DO
III. Agenda affecting program design, policy,
standard, system and technical assistance
needed.
• Provides suggestions on how to improve programs
on quality to minimize effects of environmental
factors contributing to KPI on Quality.
• Suggests actions or measures that will address the
limitations or weaknesses of DepED programs.
• Suggests new policies and/or enhancements in
DepED policies and systems related to KPI on
Quality.
PRESENTER BY BATCH
Batch II-A: Elementary
• Cluster A: North Cotabato, Sarangani, Cotabato City
• Cluster B: North Cotabato: Group 1, 2 & 3
Batch II-B: Elementary
• Cluster A: GSC, South Cotabato, Kidapawan
• Cluster B: Sultan Kudarat, Koronadal, Tacurong
Batch III: Secondary
• Cluster A: North Cot., GSC, Kidapawan City
• Cluster B: Sultan Kudarat, Cotabato City, Koronadal,
Sarangani, Tacurong, South Cotabato
ROLE OF THE SCHOOL PLANNING TEAM (SPT)
& SCHOOL HEAD IN THE SMEPA AS CONVENOR
SMEPA DESIGN
ACTIVITY
DESCRIPTION
PERSONS INCHARGE
1. Opening
Presentation of Objectives, Activity flow and EMCEE & Opening
Roll call of attendance
Speaker
2. Presentation by
Grade Level /
Department Heads
Each of the Grade Level / Department Heads Curriculum Level /
presents their findings on the KPI , Physical & Department Heads
Financial Accomplishments of (AIP)
3. Discussion of
Presentation
Discussion leader pose questions to the School Discussion
presenter to clarify essential points every after Leaders
presentation.
4. Synthesis of
Discussion
A synthesizer listens to all presentations and School Synthesizer
discussions and gives the summary of the & Documenter
main points. The synthesizer list down all the
issues and concerns on which decisions need
to be made.
5. Agreement
The SH discusses the issues listed and leads SH/PSDS
the group in coming up with agreements on
program adjustments, Policy Directions to be
flagged to SDO as well as TA needs
SAMPLE SET-UP OF SMEPA: QUALITY (1st Quarter)
SGC
Eng.
Coord.
SGC
Math
Coord.
Legend:
PSDS – Public Schools District Supervisor
SCH – Secondary Cluster Head
BLGU – Barangay LGU
SH – School Head
SGC – School Governing Council
PTA – Parents-Teachers Association
GC – Guidance Counselor (Designate)
Sci
Coord.
Fil.
Coord.
SGC
SGC
PTA
Pres.
AP
Coord.
Special
Program
Coord.
GC
SH
PSDS
/SCH
BLGU
SAMPLE SET-UP OF SMEPA: ACCESS ELEMENTARY
(Big SCHOOL)
Kinder
SGC
Grade
1
Level
Chair
SGC
Legend:
Grade
2
Level
Chair
PSDS – Public Schools District Supervisor
SCH – Secondary Cluster Head
AP – Assistant Principal
AH – Academic Head
BLGU – Barangay LGU
SGC – School Governing Council
PTA – Parents-Teachers Association
GC – Guidance Counselor (Designate)
Grade
3
Level
Chair
SGC
SGC
Grade
4
Level
Chair
PTA
Pres.
Grade
5
Level
Chair
Grade
6
Level
Chair
GC
AP/
AH
Principal
PSDS
/SCH
BLGU
SAMPLE SET-UP OF SMEPA: ACCESS SECONDARY
Grade
7
Chair
SGC
Grade
8
Level
Chair
SGC
Grade
9
Level
Chair
Grade
10
Level
Chair
Legend:
SCH – Secondary Cluster Head
AP – Assistant Principal
AH – Academic Head
BLGU – Barangay LGU
SGC – School Governing Council
PTA – Parents-Teachers Association
GC – Guidance Counselor (Designate)
SGC
SGC
PTA
Pres.
GC
AP/
AH
Principal
SCH
BLGU
SIMULATION TIME ALLOTMENT:
1.
Opening Program ……………………………. 5 minutes
2.
Presentation …………………………………… 20 Minutes
Part I:
Group 1: Quality: NAT MPS by Subject (Subject Coordinator)
Group 2: Access: Enrolment Pattern (Grade Level Chairman)
Group 3: Access: Drop-out - PARDOs/SARDOs (Grade Level Chairman)
Part II: (Only if applicable)
* AIP Implementation (School Head)
* 15 nationally-funded PPAs: SPED/SPA/SPS (Coordinator)
* Other PPAs from FAP or NGOs (School Head)
Part III: Agenda affecting program design, policy, standard,
system and technical assistance needed (School Head)
3. Interpellation/Discussion…………………………. 7 minutes
4. Synthesis ……………………………………………… 2 minutes
5. Agreement …………………………………………….. 3 minutes
ANALYSIS
1.How did you find the activity?
2. What
went
well
in
the
simulation activity?
3.What did not go well?
4.What needs to be improved?
Why?
5.What learning insights have you
gained from the activity?
TIME TO REFLECT
In DepEd XII we uphold
the Principle:
 One Message,
 One Character,
 One Direction!
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