TSC tpad2 Creation/Activation, login, URL: an ultimate guide on how to easily create, activate, login and use the latest user-friendly TPAD2 url link (http://220.127.116.11/auth/login)
This article provides reliable information on how to create, activate or log onto the new TSC TPAD2 portal, the latest TSC TPAD2 user-friendly URL link, TPAD Process, and new TSC TPAD teaching standards
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The Central Bargaining Agreement, the CBA era between teachers’ unions and teachers’ employer the Teachers Service Commission ushered in a new era laden with proper documentation of all teaching/learning activities in schools in Kenya.
One of the most important documents that teachers must possess is TPAD which in full means Teachers Performance Appraisal Development. TPAD is an indispensable tool for all professional teachers in Kenya especially when it comes to career development and TSC Promotions.
Section 52 of the TSC Code of regulations hence requires teachers to actively take part in the Teacher performance and appraisal development processes.
These include: Creating a TSC TPAD Portal, setting teaching/ learning targets on a termly basis, and working towards them.
How to easily Create/Activate your TSC TPAD2 Portal using the new TSC tpad2 URL account creation link
Note: The new TSC TPAD 2 log in access link/ address is http://18.104.22.168/auth/login
How to register and log into your new TPAD2 login portal
Click on this link http://22.214.171.124/auth/create_account to access the new TSC TPAD2 registration portal
Create your new TSC TPAD2 account by first filling in the required data that is your TSC number, Phone number, ID number, Email address, and password.
After filling in the above details, click on the tab labeled “Create Account” to create your new TSC TPAD2 account.
Once your new TSC TPAD2 account is created, it will automatically get logged onto.
In the next window, fill in the following details: level of education and subject combinations for instance English and Literature then click on “Submit.”
Now your TSC TPAD 2 login account is ready for use, proceed to log in by clicking on the tab labeled “Proceed to log in.”
Requirements for TSC TPAD2 portal account
Teachers are expected to provide the following details when logging onto their new TSC TPAD2 accounts:
- TSC number
- ID number
- Log in Password
Role of Appraiser and Appraisee in the new TSC Tpad
The above-mentioned roles are assumed by teachers at various capacities. The appraiser is expected to assess the development of a teacher in terms of curriculum delivery and award marks as per the guidelines provided.
The school head performs the following TPAD Roles:
Playing an oversight role in TPAD implementation by all teachers
Continuously monitoring and evaluating the appraisal process and compiling termly reports to be submitted to the sub-county education director for forwarding to the TSC.
Offering relevant feedback regarding TPAD implementation for example knowledge gaps
Appraising the deputy head (heads) at the school level
Counter-signing TPAD documents for all teachers within the school
New roles of deputy heads in the New TSC TPAD
Updating lesson attendance for all teachers
Arbitrating for teachers
Scheduling meetings and appraising Heads of Departments and curriculum masters
Counter-signing registers on a weekly basis
TPAD Process: simplified steps
- Roll out of appraisal calendar
- Setting of targets
- Working towards meeting the set targets and gathering evidence on the various achievements made
- Self-appraisal based on set standards and competencies
- Appraisal rating by the appraiser based on the evidence collected
- Meeting between appraiser and appraisal for agreed rating based on the evidence gathered
- Identification of gaps
- Development of teacher support and performance development
- Implementation of teacher support and performance development
New TPAD Checklist
BELOW IS A COMPLETE CHECKLIST OF ALL TSC PROFESSIONAL DOCUMENTS FOR THE NEW TSC TPAD TOOL
1. Current Personal Timetable
3. Updated lesson plans
4. Updated lesson notes
5. Updated records of work checked on a weekly basis
6. Approved schemes of work
7. Exam analysis per subject (Continuous and summative assessment results)
8. Marked learners’ exercise books
9. Co-curricular and team-building activity records
10. Learners’ Guidance and Counselling records
11. Copies of staff and departmental meetings’ minutes
12. TPAD records
13.Individualized Educational Programmes, IEP records
14. Professional Development records
15. Lesson observation records
16. Involvement with the community and other stakeholders
17. ICT integration in the teaching/ learning process
18. Teaching aids