logging in or signing up Introduction of SZISZSZI Móravárosi member school cmmd Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Uploaded from authorPOINT lite Insert YouTube videos in PowerPont slides with aS Desktop Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 40 Category: Education License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: June 26, 2012 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript Introduction of the Industrial, Service Vocational and Primary School of Szeged,Szeged-Móravárosi Member School : Introduction of the Industrial, Service Vocational and Primary School of Szeged,Szeged-Móravárosi Member School Slide 2: Introduction of the school 1 July 2007 Slide 3: Introduction of the school 1 July 2009 : Structuring documents of the school : Structuring documents of the school Base documents: Organisational and Operational Rules Describe the structure of the school full in depth, the duties belonging to each task, rights and the order of operation (made up by all the teachers under leader governance). Pedagogical Programme Compass of the pedagogical work. Describes the forms of co-operation among parents, students and teachers, part of the local syllabus. School policy Sets behavioural and work-order patterns and norms for the students. Organs of the school : Organs of the school Articles of association: contains the details of how the school is organised, the duties of management, rights, form of management etc (issued by local government). Head principle and two deputy-managers Principle and four deputies Head of practical education and two deputies, 30 panels of profession Recruiting new colleagues are subject to tender followed by general and professional talks then selected by the recommendations of the heads of the panels. Rules for organizing the schedules : Rules for organizing the schedules Management plans the upcoming school year in August, paying attention to specific points that are defined by law (national and bank holidays, schedule of the school year). These points and the management shapes the annual schedule which is then introduced to the teaching staff and available on the school’s web site. Number of hours per week for students : Number of hours per week for students Depends on profession and grade (average 30-35 hours per week) Number of weekly hours for teachers, school and non-academic component : Number of weekly hours for teachers, school and non-academic component It is under reform at the moment. Currently 22 teaching hours, together with administration it is 40 hours per week. Our priority is the needs of the students and the speciality of each profession then come the requests of the teachers. Rules for drawing up schedules : Rules for drawing up schedules Due to the massive number of students, professions and teachers drawing up schedule is a complex and difficult process. It requires a lot of time and discussion. Two colleagues are responsible for the schedules and it is done with the help of a computer programme (aSC órarend). This programme is used during the school year and alterations are made with its help. Curriculum (subjects and number of hours per week) : Curriculum (subjects and number of hours per week) The different curricula are discusses and set by the 30 panels of profession. They are followed throughout the school year and the numbers of hours are fixed in the Pedagogical Programme. Rules for constitution of classes : Rules for constitution of classes Classes are set up after an entrance exam procedure. Candidates choose the profession or their aimed orientation. Extra-curricular activities : Extra-curricular activities Catch-up lessons, tutoring, sport groups, “tradition saving” study circles, drawing circles, “experience pedagogy”, environmental circles, health coaching, study trips, theatre and museum visits, participation in projects. QUESTIONS? : QUESTIONS? THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION! You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.