Student's Performance in the review examination is one of the outmost concern of the parents. They primarly focus on how well their child performed with respects to the schools, class , student's scoring benchmark. The primary response that the child provides in majority of the cases when questioned by their parents is "Teachers have not completed the portions that were asked in the examination?". The blames quickly moves onto the teachers.
Now, do we blames the teacher, the educator or the process itself? GurukoolMax has some answers for such situations.
Students of the final year batch of intermediate studies have not performed well in the board examination. The results was uniform across the school and the parents have become increasingly concerned about the performance of their wards in these examination.
With GurukoolMax, Getting detailed information on student performance is made easier with the Student Performance Measure report. GurukoolMax also balances out the accountablity to the teachers, parents and the students.
How does GurukoolMax aid the teachers in being accountable?
It is infered that the examinations papers are set based on the subject syllabus of the board of studies. So if the teachers plan their daily class room session based on the syllabus topics, this process could limit the issues the parents /student have regarding the progression of the syllabus completion.
GurukoolMax ERP's Subject Planner allows the teachers to prepare the subject topics to be covered in a specific class room. The teacher is accountable to update daily progress of the planned session. This serves multiple purposes:
Proactive parents can learn the progression based on planned activities
The subject plans allow prospective students to know what to expect and get to know about the subject topics before they actually attend the class. Thus while attending the actual session , they are well prepared to understand what is being taught by the teachers.
The subject plans allow the proactive students to know what to expect and get to know about the subject topics before they actually attend the class. Thus while attending the actual session , they are well prepared to understand what is being taught by the teachers.
The teachers are encouraged to assign online assessment immediately after the class room session is complete so that they could evaluate the students understanding in a typical class session. This is similar to the daily homeworks that are assigned to the students which really cannot help the teachers to review the overall progress of the student since the teacher cannot individual evaluate each student's understanding. With the online assessement model proposed by GurukoolMax, the teachers can prepare in advanced the assessement questions that relate a specific topic of study and administer the assessement appropriately. When the assessement are setup the teachers do have the choice to test the entire students( typically the usual case) and/or choose a specific student ( for ONE on ONE coaching : using the GurukoolMax Special Attention and Extra Effort procedures). Once the assessement are configured, the students get notified automatically with the assessement code to take the assessement test through the internal messaging box. Once the student takes the assessement, the scores won't be provided to the student since these assessment are not used for to rank the students rather allows the teachers to make a judgement on the level of understanding of the students in the specific session. If the students level of learning is below a set benchmark score, then the teacher can repeat the class again. It is understood that progressing to a latter topics which has dependencies on the previous topics is not the best course a teacher should take.
If the teacher is not completing the subjects then the head of the institution can closely monitoring the progress and assign an alternate teacher or implement techniques to fast track the completing of the syllabus
GurukoolMax is focussed on implementing and tracking accountablity at all levels to ensure the schools management can plan ahead for the future academic years. In simple terms "Lesson learned or Good practices followed."