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Performance Indicators-PINDICS

Performance Indicators (PINDICS) are used to assess the performance and progress
of teachers. It consists of performance standards (PS), specific standards and
performance indicators. Performance standards are the areas in which teachers
perform their tasks and responsibilities. Under performance standards there are some
specific tasks which are expected to be performed by the teachers. These are termed
as specific standards. From specific standards performance indicators have been
Rating Points in PINDICS
PINDICS aims to assess own performance by teachers themselves which helps better to make constant efforts to get top level. By using this one can get positive and constructive feedback for the improvement of teachers performance. Following are the rating points to assess teachers performance.
   1.Not meeting the expected standard
   2.Approaching the expected standard
   3.Approached the expected standard
   4.Beyond the expected standard
Performance Indicators or Performance Standards(PS)
The desired expectations in the class room comes under Performance Standards. The following are the performance standards to be achieved in the class room.
  1.Designing Learning Experiences for Children (Text Books ,Learning Activities,TLM)
  2.Knowledge and Understanding of Subject Matter (Content Knowledge,Subject                   Knowledge, Syllabus,  Corrects, errors made by students)
  3.Strategies for Facilitating Learning(Enabling learning environment and classroom             management ,Learning strategies and activities,Communication Skills, assessment and       Feedback )
  4.Interpersonal Relationship(Relationship with students,Relationship with Colleagues,
     Relationship with parents and community )
  5.Professional Development(Self-study participation in in-service education programmes
     Engagement in innovation and research )
  6.School Development (Contributes to the organisation of school  activities)
  7.Teacher Attendance (Regularity and Punctuality )
Guidelines to the Headmaster
The Headmaster shall carry out an assessment twice in a year. While conducting assessment Headmaster should keep following pints in his mind.
  1.Use teacher’s self-assessment record.
  2.Observe actual classroom processes .
  3.Have dialogue with teacher, pupils to supplement teacher’s report.
  4.Prepare a destructive report with teachers concerned to improve level of performance.
  5.Should discuss the report you observed with the concerned teacher to improve the 
    level of performance.
  6.Complete teacher performance sheet and Consolidate sheet.


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