AP Samagra Shiksha Supporting Andhra's Learning Transformation (SALT) Teach Tool classroom observation Certain instructions

School Education. AP Samagra Shiksha Supporting Andhra's Learning Transformation (SALT) Teach Tool classroom observation  Certain instructions - Issued.


1 Procgs.Rc.No: ESE02/173/2022-SCERT Dated: 28/06/2022 of the SCERT, AP.

2 Procgs.Rc.No.ESE02/547/2022-SCERT Dated: 22/07/2022 of the SCERT, AP.

3 Procgs.Rc.No.ESE02-22/53/2022-SCERT Dated: 19/11/2022 of the SCERT, AP.

The District Educational Officers & Additional Project Coordinators of Samagra Shiksha in the State are hereby informed that the Department of School Education implementing the Supporting Andhra's Learning Transformation(SALT) program in collaboration with World Bank to achieve the state's vision of quality education. In alignment with the above recommendations, one of SALT's goals is also to improve teaching practices measured according to a standardized classroom observation tool which is the TEACH tool. This means that teachers will be provided with consistent classroom support through teacher mentors who will observe the classroom using the TEACH tool.

The TEACH tool is a comprehensive classroom observation tool developed by the World Bank. The Teach Tool focuses on two main aspects which are time spent on teaching-learning and quality of teaching practices. Quality of teaching practices has 3 main indicators: Classroom Culture which deals with creating a joyful learning environment for children, Classroom instruction which deals with how well a lesson is being taught, & Social-Emotional Learning which deals with how well-being of children and developing 21st century skills are being integrated into the lesson.

As part of the SALT Project, a mobile application was developed to digitalize the TEACH Tool such that classroom observations can be conducted digitally. In order to operationalise the classroom observation system in the state, over the past one year, SCERT has trained 6143 teacher mentors on the TEACH tool in two phases. These teacher mentors belong to the cadre of Cluster Resource Persons, Upper Primary HMs, High School HMs and Complex HMs. They have gone through a rigorous 9-day training programme followed by an exam that certifies them as TEACH tool observers. A initial baseline of 10000 teachers was done based on the

Post the training and baseline, it is now time for these Teacher Mentors to fulfill their roles and begin classroom observations across the state. To operationalise this decision a detail action plan was developed and annexed to this proceedingor doing the class room observations across the St ate as per the below schedule.

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