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DTP AMAN : DIALOG PRESTASI DAERAH BIL 2 TAHUN 2019

  • Tarikh : 14 Julai 2019 (Ahad)
  • Masa : 2.00 hingga 5.00 petang
  • Tempat : Dewan Seminar, PPD Langkawi
  • Peserta : Guru Besar dan Pengetua Sekolah DTP AMAN
  • Pengerusi : Ketua Pegawai Pendidikan Daerah
  • Surat Panggilan
  • Kehadiran
Sekolah DTP AMAN
1. SK Bayas
2. SK Kilim
3. SK Nyior Chabang
4. SK Pulau Tuba
5. SMK Ayer Hangat
6. SMK Langkawi
7. SMK Tunku Putra
8. Maktab Mahmud, Langkawi

Joint Support Visit to SMK Langkawi and SK Pulau Tuba 24.06.19

SIP+ En. Azudin and SISC+ Miss Mirinda’s joint visit today to the two DTP-AMAN schools on Pulau Tuba focussed on sharing progress at each school during the first half year.

SLT and MLT at each school were updated about the DTP-AMAN PPD- led Transformation(PLT) team from PPD Langkawi before sharing how the school was monitoring 2019 Plan Tactical progress.

Focussing on each school’s Strategic Plan provides a common point for professional dialogue. The role of both SIP+ and SISC+ is to provide support for SLT and MLT to improve their current systems, processes and practices resulting in better student outcomes.

SMK Langkawi collaborate with their DTP-AMAN support team.

Positive interaction between SK Pulau Tuba SLT/MLT and SIP+/SISC+

Different approaches for documenting instructional leadership practices were shared as well as how each school was analysing recent student assessments and planning for next steps. A focus on PBD is currently high priority at both schools with LW and peer coaching followed up by PLC part of the process to support teachers.

Both schools will also be supported to hold dialog prestasi at the school level in July.

While island life might be slower than life in a big city, helping to improve student and school outcomes is still “core business” and #1 priority for the PLT team at PPD Langkawi.

SISC+ Review C3 and Plan C4 Actions 15.05.19

As part of the DTP-AMAN cycle of inquiry, SISC+ met to review Cycle 3 Instructional Leadership implementation progress and plan how they will cascade Cycle 4 Policy Implementation.

There is strong collaboration between the SISC+ who are supporting MLT development in DTP- AMAN and TS25. By connecting these two DT programmes, SISC+ are able to make effective use of processes and modules to ensure MLT are well able to support teachers in their schools.

DTP Programme Manager, Timbalan Hj Kamal bin Hashim, joined the discussion to hear some of the successes and challenges the SISC+ encounter as part of their ongoing work with MLT.

SMK Langkawi Magic 06.03.19

Despite the early morning start, a visit to the DTP-AMAN schools on Pulau Tuba is always magical – and today was no exception.

ML at SMK Langkawi supported by the designated SISC+ met to ensure they all understood the LW criteria – Positive Learning Environment – and to decide the classrooms to be covered as there were two groups of ML.

Then it was off to see if any changes had been done to classes since the first LW earlier in the year.

On completion of the LW, the team met to share initial impressions based on the LW data and to plan the next steps. The involvement of SLT to support ML initiatives was highlighted and a topic to be followed up at the next PLT visit with SLT.

Great teamwork and problem-solving ML team SMK Langkawi and SISC+.

Google Form Bengkel SK Kilim 05.03.19

SLT and MLT at SK Kilim learnt how to use Google Form to create an efficient way record and analyse LW data. They were able to use their new learning immediately by going on a LW to the classrooms focussing on Positive Learning Environment, then coming together to analyse the data. The next step is to have a PLC with teachers to share this LW data and agree next steps intervension for continuous improvement.

Well done SK Kilim with support from PPD Langkawi PLT team.

SLT and MLT exploring how to create LW survey using Google Form

Trying out the newly created LW in the classrooms…in pairs for support…

Analysing the data to identify trends before sharing with teachers at a PLC later in the week.

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