It has been revealed that over 90 of primary and secondary academy teachers have complied with the Teacher Service Commission’s( TSC) Teacher Performance Appraisal and Development( TPAD) system representing a significant step in the Commission’s objects.
The TSC Chief Executive Officer( CEO)Dr. Nancy Macharia revealed that indeed though some preceptors endured some difficulties in penetrating the TPAD system, released data show that the appraisal tool has helped to reduce schoolteacher absenteeism and hence adding responsibility and the quality of tutoring in seminaries.
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According to Dr. Nancy Macharia,,584 preceptors from both primary and secondary seminaries successfully completed and submitted their online forms to the Commission this time alone compared to,760 in former times.
According to the Commission’s reports, 32 counties had TPAD appraisals with completion rates of further than 90 while 14 counties had rates of between 80 and 89.
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Due to instability and other issues, the rate of completion in Baringo was79.4.
Among the stylish performing counties are Lamu and Nairobi Counties which had completion rates of99.36 and99.05 independently.
“ Samburu was among the most- bettered county in terms of preceptors who had completed appraisals representing a rise from55.92 to84.67 at the moment, ” said the Commission.
The alternate term had,419 preceptors while there were,584 preceptors who had completed their appraisals by the end of the third term.
According toDr. Macharia, the main thing of the Commission is to have 100 compliance with the appraisal tool.
TSC uses an sanctioned evaluation system that assesses preceptors ’ quality and effectiveness in order to ameliorate learning through the use of seven tutoring norms.
Teachers know they’ve to misbehave with the Commission’s appraisal tool( TPAD) because the Commission uses it in the creation of preceptors.
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The Commission has also revealed that the appraisal tool has helped to promote feedback between educational supervision and preceptors as well as reduce absenteeism among preceptors in seminaries when compared to how it used to be a many times agone.
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