Strategies

A National Steering Committee for PISA-D  (NCC for PISA-D) shall be formed to provide overall strategic direction and supervision for the PISA-D Project with the following members:

  1. His Excellency Sherig Lyonpo Norbu Wangchuk (Chair)
  2. Dasho Karma Yeshey – Hon’ble Secretary. MoE (Dy. Chair)
  3. Karma Tshering – Director General, DSE
  4. Tenzin Dorji, Secretary – BCSEA
  5. Kinga Dakpa – Director, REC
  6. Arjun Kumar Gurung – EMO, BCSEA
  7. Phuntsho Wangdi – CPO, SPCD, DSE

A three-tier administration and management structure shall be formed to strategize and organize the PISA-D preparatory works:

Form a Central Level Core Group (CLCG) to strategize, co-ordinate and organize the PISA-D preparations.

The NLCG shall be commissioned upon an Executive Order from His Excellency Sherig Lyonpo with representation of professionals/experts from the Bhutan Council for Student Examinations and Assessment, Ministry of Education and Royal Education Council.

The following officials shall form the CLCG:

  1. Karma Tshering – DG/DSE – Chair
  2. Tenzin Dorji – Secretary/BCSEA – Co-chair
  3. Phuntsho Wangdi – CPO/SPCD/DSE
  4. Kaka – DCPO/SPCD/DSE
  5. Pem Tshering – DCPO/SPCD/DSE
  6. Pedup Dukpa – Sr. Researcher, REC
  7. Phub Dorji – Trainer, REC
  8. Arjun Kumar Gurung – EMO/BCSEA
  9. Sonam Lhamo – Researcher, BCSEA
  10. Yeshey Dorji – EMO/EMD/DSE

Form a Dzongkhag Level Core Group (DLCG) to strategize, co-ordinate and organize the PISA-D preparations.

The following officials shall form the DLCG:

  1. Dzongkhag/Thromdey Education Officer – Chair
  2. One competent Principal – Dy. Chair
  3. 3 competent Principals/HoDs/teachers (English, Science and Maths)

Form a School Level Core Group (SLCG) to strategize, co-ordinate and organize the PISA-D preparations.

The following officials shall form the SLCG:

  1. Principal – Chair
  2. Vice Principal – Dy. Chair
  3. HoDs of English, Science and maths

The 3-2-1 journal and assessment begins have a peek at the web page where students will individually write three key ideas they have learned from the lesson, two aspects of the lesson they want to know more about and one question they still have about the lesson.