In all aspects of the school and the surrounding education community, the rights of the child as a whole and all children to survival, protection, development and participation are paramount. This means that the focus is on learning that progressively strengthens children’s abilities to act through the acquisition of relevant knowledge, useful skills and appropriate attitudes; which creates for children, and helps them create safe, secure spaces and healthy interaction for themselves and others.
Quality tools for teachers:
You can use the Quality Tools in your classroom to:
• Data collection and analysis.
• Document your current operations.
• Identify the root causes of problems.
• Implement changes.
• Coordination of action steps for improvement.
• Track results.
Below are some of the most popular quality tools and how to use them in a school setting. You can use it yourself and teach your students to use it too
• Affinity Diagram
• Nominal Group Technique
• Lotus Diagram
• Radar Chart
• Run Chart
• Cause and Effect Diagram
• Relations Diagram
• Pareto Diagram
• Flowchart flowchart
• Check Sheet
• Force Field Analysis
How these tools can help you:
Using these quality tools as part of a continuous improvement process will help teachers and students gain and maintain results.
You can use these tools as part of the process of planning, implementing, evaluating, and improving operations.
In the link below, you will find a research paper on quality in educationdownload