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Administration of

teaching personnel
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School Administration is…

Planning, organizing,
directing, and controlling
human or material resources in
an educational setting
MAJOR FUNCTIONS OF ADMINISTRATION
1. Planning of school programs and activities
2. Directing school work and formulating and
executing educational policies
3. Coordinating administrative and supervisory
activities
4. Providing the necessary leadership.
5. Evaluating the teaching personnel and school
program
6. Keeping records and reporting results
ADMINISTRATION OF SCHOOL
PERSONNEL

includes all policies, activities


and practices of the
administration and staff
designed to increase the
effectiveness of teaching
personnel
Teaching Personnel
Those person
employed in an
official capacity fort
he purpose of giving
instructions, whether
private or public
Teaching Personnel Covers
School
Administrators
Supervisors
Classroom teachers
School librarian
Selection of the Teaching Force
Commonwealth Act No. 177
place the public school teachers under civil
service.

Selection of elementary school teachers is


based on the provisions of the B.P.S Circular
No.9 s. 1950, which states that beginning July,
1950, new vacancies in elementary teaching
positions shall be filled by applicants who
qualify in pbet.
 Appointment of the teaching personnel section 3 of act
74, as amended, empowered the Secretary of Education
to appoint all public school teaching personnel with the
exception of those whose appointments are vested in the
President of the Republic of the Philippines.

 All vacancies in the National ( insular and provincial)


positions in the Bureau of Public Schools, now the Bureau
of Elementary Education are filled by the Secretary of
Education, upon the recommendation of the Director of
Public Schools, either by original appointment from the
list of eligible furnished by the Commissioner of the Civil
Service, or by one of the following methods:
Methods

a. Appointment of a temporary
employee
b. Reinstatement of a former
employee
c. Promotion from a lower position
d. Transfer from another position in
the Philippine Civil Service
Based on Civil Service Rules and
Regulations
Public school teachers are appointed under the following category:
1. Regular teachers- possess the educational and professional
qualifications and civil service legible. - hold permanent or regular
appointment
2. Temporary teachers- possess the educational and professional
qualifications but do not have civil service legibility.
3. Emergency teachers - those who are appointed, even if they
possess neither educational and professional qualifications nor the
corresponding civil service eligibilty.
4. Substitute teachers - teachers who are taking the places of
regular teachers who are absent on leave . They can be removed at any
time.
Teaching Personnel in Private Colleges
and Universities
INSTRUCTOR
a. Training – Master's degree, preferred Bachelor's degree, minimum
b. Experience – One to three years' experience related to educational
work
c. Efficiency - evidence of successful work in positions held past and
present
d. Research and publications
e. Character and personality
Classified in two categories:
1. Full - time Instructors or Professors- who teach a load of 15 hours
or more. twenty-four teaching hours per week is the maximum load.
2. Part- time Instructors- Instructors or professors who teach a load
less than 15 hours per week.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
a. Training – Master's degree, minimum
b. Experience – three to five years' experience
related to educational work
c. Efficiency - evidence of successful work in
positions held past and present
d. Research and publications
e. Character and personality
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

a. Training – Doctor's degree, preferred


Master's degree, minimum
b. Experience – Five to ten years' experience
related to teaching or education; or eminence in
a profession of a highly specialized nature
c. Efficiency – Evidence of successful work in
positions held, past and present
d. Productive scholarship – Research and
publication
e. Character and personality
PROFESSOR
a. Training – Doctor's degree, preferred
Master's degree, minimum
b. Experience – Ten or more years'
experienced related to teaching or education; or
eminence in a profession of a highly specialized
nature
c. efficiency – Evident of successful work in
positions held, past and present
d. Productive scholarship – Research and
publication
e. Character and personality
Tenure of Public and Private School Teachers

Tenure- refers to the manner in, or the period for


which anything is had and enjoyed. In teaching
profession, it indicates the means whereby, or the
duration for which a teacher holds a position.

According to Monroe "tenure is that kind of teacher


employment by which a teacher remains in a
particular school system from year to year under the
protection of the legislation which requires notices,
charges and hearing before dismissal"
Commonwealth Act No. 177 Sectio 4 of
Article XII of the Constitution

No officer or employee in the Civil Service shall


be removed or suspended except for cause is
provided by law.

The tenure of public or private school teachers


are govern by Republic Act No. 1792 which
amended republic act no. 1161 known as Social
Security Act No. 1954
Rating of the Teaching Personnel

All the public school teachers , supervisors, and


administrators on regular status are rated
annually, and those temporary basis are rated
twice a year.

• Promotion
• Transfer
• Retirement Insurance System
Compensation of the TeachingPersonnel
in the Public Schools
• R.A No. 5168 as amended by R.A No.
6362- known as "The Public School
Teachers Standardization Act and
Appropriating Funds Therefore.“provides
for the acceleration of the adjustment of
salaries of public school teachers
Basis of
administrative and
supervisory
principles
INTERRELATION OF ADMINISTRATION &
SUPERVISION
Administration Supervision
- represents the whole of the ⁻ represents a portion of it in
education system terms of improving the total
- emphasizes authority teaching-learning situation
- favorable condition essential to ⁻ service
good teaching and learning - Carries out the better
(provides) operation and improving it
- decides, directs and orders the (operates)
execution of educational - Assists, advices, guides and
program; (directs) leads the operation and
improving the program(serves)
Basis of Administrative and Supervisory
Principle
Principle is an accepted fundamental truth. It
can be a law, a doctrine. A policy or deep
seated belief which governs the conduct of
various types of human endeavors. In
administration and supervision, principles
becomes part of a philosophy which serves to
determine and evaluate his educational
objectives, attitudes, practices and
outcomes.
General Principles of Administration and
Supervision
School administration and supervision
1. must be democratic- is recognizing individual
differences, respect personality and extend
consideration to all;
2. must be cooperative in character- in that cooperation is
synonymous to group action;
3. to be effective, school administration and supervision
must be scientific, that is, research oriented activity to
discover solution to problem;
4. must be based on accepted educational philosophy;
General Principles of Administration and
Supervision
School administration and supervision…
5. must be creative … means initiating, devising, inventing or producing
something new;
6. must be evaluated in the light of results;
7. must be preventive and constructive … that is helping teachers to avoid
committing mistakes, anticipating difficulties, building self confidence,
by discovering their own weaknesses;
8. must be centered on child growth and development … in terms of growth
mentally, physically, morally, emotionally and socially; and
9. must be flexible … in terms of school building, curriculum, teaching
objectives and procedures, instructional material and devices, school
requirements and standard norms.
Types of
School
Supervision
Laissez-faire type
This type of supervision utilizes
inspectorial supervisory methods
unaided by any objective control, in
which the teachers are observed,
but nothing is done to help them
improve the work they are doing. In
other words. The teachers are left
free; they are not to be imposed
upon or directed.
Coercive type

This type of supervision is the


opposite of the laissez-faire. The
supervisor visits the teachers in
order to observe them. The
teachers acquired ready-made-
procedure or standard prescribed
by the supervisors.
Training and Guidance type
This type of supervision emphasizes
the improvements of teachers as
well as her technique through
direction, training and guidance.
Democratic leadership type

It consists of the teacher’s cooperation


in the formulation of policies, plans and
procedures. Supervisor observes teacher
inside the classroom setting with the aim
of improving the teaching-learning
situation via cooperation process or
group action. The teachers, supervisors
and administrators are regarded as co-
workers in a common task.
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