Instructional Supervisory Plan He who fails to plan, plans to fail. ERICSON S. SABACAN, Ed.D. EPS-ICT, Discussant
Definition Instructional Supervisory Plan is a detailed in-service education and leadership set of activities or actions that a principal or supervisor takes to promote growth in students learning.
Justification of ISP • It is the initial indicator of PASSA. • It is one of the duties and responsibilities of a school head. (RA 9155) • It is one of the requirements in SBM Dimension 4 (School Improvement Process) and 6 (School Performance Accountability).
Role of School Head as Instructional Leader • defines the purpose of schooling; • provides resources needed for learning to occur; • supervises and evaluates teachers; • coordinates staff development programs; and • creates collegial relationships with and among teachers.
Objectives of ISP • It helps school system provide for professional stimulation and curriculum improvement. • It serves as guide among instructional leaders in monitoring instruction. • It leads the school leaders to focus on key areas of curriculum development.
Tools in the Preparation of ISP • Test Results (School and NAT) • SReA and Phil-IRI Results • SIP and AIP • SBM Dimension 4 and 6, Scoring Templates • Performance Indicators • Results of NCBTS and TSNA • Individual Professional Development Plan • School Calendar of Activities SY 2012-2013 • (from National to School Level) • Information dissemination to teachers
Components of ISP • Date • Objectives • Focus • Target Group • Strategies/Interventions • Expected Outputs • Expected Outcomes
Monthly Instructional Supervisory Plan(for the month of June) 5-7 8 4 11-14 12 15 18-20 21 22 25-27 28 29
Classic Planning Proverbs Ideal “The more you plan, the luckier you get.” Cramming Style “The sooner you get behind schedule, the more time you have to make up.” Perfectionist “If everything is going exactly to plan, something somewhere is going massively wrong.”