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Questions Monitoring sheets + No. of classrooms monitored/assessed o In a month o In a day No. of classrooms progressed v/s Total no.

. of classrooms (A and B category) o In this month o From the last 3 months No. of teachers who will use the DVD without us going to their classrooms/ schools o Teachers using DVD providing quality o Teachers using the DVD (quantity) No. of new schools one facilitator can take up? Your Ideal month schedule structure of assessing / monitoring classrooms/schools + reason Skill set of a new Facilitator Trainings / Weekly Discussions is helpful / important? o What kind of Trainings you need? o What kind of discussions needed? o What are the different Trainings and Discussions that have been done? Has it helped you - how? Suggestion: Whether a facilitator is required? o Where ? o How many? o Why? o Will It be beneficial if you have a facilitator from the education background? How? In your set up, what kind of monitoring has been used? o What is your suggestion on this? o Why is it so? o Is Intensive Monitoring required in your set up! Why? o When do you withdraw? Why? Do you think you have enough work? How long does each facilitator work in the school? o How much time does admin work take? o What is the admin work you do? What do the teachers expect from the facilitators?

Reporting Progress Month: October Facilitator No. of classrooms monitored / assessed No. of classrooms progressed Total no. of classrooms No. of teachers using the dvd without us (if we are not there for the next 3 months) Quality out of (/) Qnty. 10 / 15 6/8 5 / 10 7 / 14

Monitori ng.

Day P E S U Minimal Intensive Intensive Intensive 3-5 3-5 3-6 4-9

Week 3 - 12 11 - 23 17 - 23 20 - 30

Month 30 classes 53 classes 80 classes 101classes

Month 0 2 4 2

Last 3months 16 6 6 7

1st std 23 6 10 9

2nd std. 20 6 4 6

With one more month of work with the schools, our facilitator can bring an additional number of 17 teachers in using the DVD, ensuring optimum utilization independently, in their respective schools. i.e. Poonam targets 8 more teachers to use our DVD for the next 3 months (provided she visits only 5 schools everyday), while Evonce with 4 more, Swati with + 5 teachers who can sustain using our DVDs without us for the next 3 months. Ideal month schedule structure of the facilitator: Working days: Facilitators Evonce Poonam Field work days 10 days 8 days Other work 8 10 Other Work details: Film making: Shooting Background work, Designing Editing, Review Dtt, Delivery and wiring work, Visits to schools, Film making: Meeting with Principals + T, Scripting, Shooting Background work, Designing Editing, Review NA

Swati Usha Saturdays: 5 days

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Saturday trainings / meetings conducted on: Lesson Structure and teaching innovatively in classrooms, English language enrichment program through book/article presentation, enacting scenes from talkpur etc., Periodic tests on Units 1 8, Motivating teachers.

Poonam: Ideal Monitoring Structure December, 2012 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 8

3 First day of school 10 PG (3), SV(2), M(1) 17 PG (3), SV(2), SG(2) 24 Holiday 31

4 PG(3), AL(2), SG (2) 11 HG(4), SS (1), M(1) 18 PG (3), SV(1), AL(2) 25 Holiday

5 OW Col.,PG. 12 Col. (4), SS(1) 19 PG (3), M(2) 26 Holiday

6 OW Col.,PG. 13 Dtt col. 20 OW 27 AV 1(2), SS(1), SG(2)

7 AV1(2), SS(2), M(1) 14 AV1(2), SS(2), SBM (2) 21 PG (3), Col. 28 PG (3), SV(2), AL(2).

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Intermittent Monitoring: AV1: 3 times a month, AL: 3 times a month, SS: 2 times a month, SV: 3 times a month, Col: ____, SG: 3 times a month, M: 3 times a month, Minimal Monitoring: SBM: once a month, PG: 21 classes per class once a month, HG: 4 classes once a month No. of classes: Per Day = can range from 3 7 classes but on an average 5 classes a day. Per week = can range from 12 21 classes but on an average 15 classes per week. (with 5 days of fieldwork) Per month = Ideal structure can have 68 classes but on an average 55 classes per month. (with 11 days of fieldwork) Alternate Plan: If the facilitator here concentrates on 5 schools in the december month with namely PG, AL, SS, SG and SV with intermittent level of monitoring, (Colaba schools will remain in touch) then the no. of teachers using the DVD with proper implementation would be increased considerably. In this case, the other schools would be left unmonitored / not assessed namely AV1, AV2, Marwadi needing intensive monitoring while Sanskar Bal Mandir and Harne Guruji needing just intermittent / minimal monitoring in their schools.

Evonce: Ideal Monitoring Structure December, 2012 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 8

4 3 First three days of school

6 SV2(2), SK(2),UPM(2) 13 TCM(2), SV2(2), MLC(2),SK(2) 20 Dr. PS (5)

10 Dr. PS(4)

11 Dr. PS (5)

12 SV2(2), SK(2), UPM(2)

7 SV2(2), TCM (2), SK (2), MLC (2) 14 Dr. PS(5)

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18 19 21 22 17 TCM(2), SK(2), SV2(2), Dr. PS SV2(2), SK(2), Dr. PS(4) UPM(2) MLC(2) (4) 25 26 27 28 29 24 Holiday Holiday Dr. PS (5) Dr. PS (4) Holiday 31 New year Intensive Monitoring: Dr. PS: 7 times a month, SK: 6 times a month, SV2: 5 times a month, Intermittent monitoring: TCM: 3 times a month, UPM: 3 times a month, No. of classes: Per Day = can range from 4 8 classes but on an average 6 classes a day. Per week = can range from 14 27 classes but on an average 15 classes per week. (with 5 days of fieldwork) Per month = Ideal structure can have 78 classes but on an average it can range from 40 - 60 classes per week. (with 14 days of fieldwork)

Swati: Ideal Monitoring Structure December, 2012 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1

3 First day of school

4 M(3)

10 RSM1(2), RSU1 + 2(4), RSM2(1), MLC(2), RSH(1) 17 RSM1(2), RSU1 + 2(4), RSM2(1), MLC(2), RSH(1) 24 Holiday

11 M(3)

5 RSH(3), RSM2(2), MLC(1), RSU1 + 2(3), NM(2) 12 RSH(3), RSM2(2), MLC(1), RSU1 + 2(3), NM(2)

6 RSU1+2(4), M(3)

13 RSU1+2(4) M(3)

7 8 RSM1(2), RSM2(1), MLC(2), NM(2), RSH(3) 14 15 RSM1(2), RSM2(1), MLC(2), NM(2), RSH(3) 22

18 M(3) RSH(3), RSU1+2(4) RSM2(2), M(3) MLC(1), RSU1 + 2(3), NM(2) 26 Holiday 27 RSU1+2(4) M(3) RSM1(2), RSM2(1), MLC(2), NM(2), RSH(3)

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28 29 RSM1(2), RSM2(1), MLC(2), NM(2), RSH(3)

31 New year Intensive Monitoring: RSM2, RSU1, NM, MLC: 9 times a month The monitoring is reduced from every day to twice a week. But as these schools will still require some more motivation they would be intensively monitored for a month, after which the following schools will be shifted to the intermittent monitoring level namely = RSM1, RSU2, RSH: 6 times a month No. of classes: Per Day = can range from 5 10 classes but on an average 5 classes a day. Per week = 45 classes but on an average 32 classes per week can be taken. (with 4 and 1/2 days of fieldwork) Per month = Ideal structure can have 121 classes but on an average it can range from 85 100 classes per week. (with 16 days of fieldwork)

Usha: Ideal Monitoring Structure December, 2012 Monday First day of school 3 DTCU1(2), DTCU2(3), SV1(2),M(3) 10 DTCU1(2), DTCU2(4), M(3) 17 DTCU1(2), DTCU2(3), SV1(2),M(3) 24 Holiday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday AV1(2), AV2(2), DTCU1(2), M(3) 7 AV1(2), AV2(2), DTCU1(2), SV1(2), M(3). 14 AV1(2), AV2(2), DTCU1(2), M(3) 21 AV1(2), AV2(2), DTCU1(2), SV1(2), M(3). 28 AV1(2), AV2(2), DTCU1(2), M(3) Saturday 1

AV1(2), AV2(2), First three days AV1(2), AV2(2), of school DTCU2(2), SV1(1), SV2(1) 4 5 6 AV1(2), AV2(2), AV1(2), AV2(2), DTCU1(2), SV2(3), SV2(2), SV1(2) DTCU2(2), SV2(3) 11 12 13 AV1(2), AV2(2), DTCU1(2), AV1(2), AV2(2), SV2(3), SV1(2) DTCU2(2), DTCU2(2), M(3) SV1(1), SV2(1) 18 19 20 AV1(2), AV2(2), AV1(2), AV2(2), DTCU1(2), SV2(3), SV2(2), SV1(2) DTCU2(2), SV2(3) 25 26 27 Holiday holiday AV1(2), AV2(2), DTCU2(2), SV1(1), SV2(1)

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Intensive Monitoring: AV1, AV2: 14 times a month, SV1, SV2: 10 times a month, SV2: DTCU1, DTCU2: 4 6/7 times a month, M: 9 times a month Intermittent monitoring: No. of classes: Per Day = can range from 6 11 classes but on an average 7 classes a day. Per week = can range from 43 44 classes but on an average 40 classes per week. (with 19 days of fieldwork) Per month = Ideal structure can have 164 classes but on an average it can range from 68 - 100 classes per week. (with 14 days of fieldwork)

Facilitators: Facilitators are moving from intensive monitoring to intermittent monitoring with most of their classrooms. Classrooms who havent been doing well are intended to be taken up by working intensively on it while the other classrooms showing progress will now be monitored intermittently. We need 1 new facilitator for AV1 / AV2, Marwadi school and for taking up one new school (Bhandup IES 9 divs) with intensive monitoring.

September Month Details: Facilitators Evonce Classes in a month 53 classes Field work days 7 and days Other work 9 Other Work details: Orientation of 2nd dvd, school visits, meeting with bhau Demo individual classes, Dtt patuck, orientation 2nd, meetings and visits, shooting work.

Poonam

36 classes

6 and days

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Swati Usha 4 Saturdays, 2 Public Holidays.