TPAD Tool For Teachers 2018
FILENAME: TPAD Tool For Teachers 2018
REFERENCE NAME: TSC/QAS/TPAD-T/01/REV.2
SIZE OF FILE: 605 KB
TYPE OF FILE: Portable Document File (PDF)
DATE CREATED: 23rd Jan 2018
SOURCED FROM: TSC Website
PURPOSE OF THIS FILE: To review and improve teaching standards through a systemic appraisal approach, with a view to evaluate teachers’ performance and promote professional development for enhanced learning outcomes.
The Kenyan' Ministry of Education, Science and Technology has unveiled new setbooks to be used by form 3 and form 4 classes between the years 2018-2021. Below is a list of Kiswahili and English set books to be rolled out for implementation.
New Kiswahili and English Setbooks 2018-2021 for the KCSE Curriculum
ENGLISH SETBOOKS 2017-2021
Form Name: Teacher Performance Appraisal Report Form
Subject: Annual Teachers Performance Appraisal Instrument
Year form was released: 2015
Purpose: The appraisal should reflect work output, achievement as well as display competencies over the review period
Form Name: Teacher Lesson Attendance Register (LAR)
Year form was released: 2016
Purpose: A register to monitor teachers on attendance of lessons
Form Name: Lesson Observation Form (LOF)
Year form was released: 2016
Purpose: for use by lesson observers to appraise teachers during the teaching and learning sessions
Circular Name: Wealth Circular No. 24/2017
Year Circular was released: 2017, 30th November
Purpose: Online Declaration of 2015 - 2017 income Assets and Liabilities
KUCCPS DEGREE CLUSTERS 2017-2018
KUCCPS DEGREE PROGRAM CUTOFFS 2017-2018 AND COURSE CODES
KUCCPS DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES AND REQUIREMENTS 2017-2018
KUCCPS DIPLOMA PROGRAMS CODES 2017-2018
KUCCPS 2017/2018 POSTAL CODES, DISTRICT CODES AND COUNTY CODES
Are you feeling like a failure or upset because you scored badly in your KCSE examinations with a D- or an E? or, are you a Standard 8 dropout trying to contemplate your next moves?
Don't just give up yet, KNEC provides you with excellent chances to revive your dreams and compete with your peers who made it to top colleges and universities.
Most Kenyan O-level graduates normally give up very fast and opt to accept defeat without need to think of plan B and C. This is a huge mistake that should be discouraged in the strongest terms possible.
The Kenya National Examination Council [KNEC] has in place a variety of courses they test which you should know as alternative to university placement service. What you need to do, is to identify an authentic and legitimate colleges [check kuccps website for colleges that offer TVET] that provides learning of these courses and enroll for the program of your choice.
Once you graduate for a certificate course, you can proceed to Diploma then finally pursue a degree course. It's a slow process, but its the best because you learn in a slow but practical way. Also visit KASNEB website for more courses.
Some of the KNEC courses are in the document attached below:
A GUIDE ON COMPOSITION WRITING.