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INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW

Name of Employee:

MRS. SUSAN M. PANZUELO

Name of Rater:

MRS. CRISTINA C. JUANGCO

Position:

TEACHER I

Position:

PRINCIPAL I

Review Period:

Date of Review:

Bureau/Center/Service/Division:
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MFOs

KRAs

OBJECTIVES

TIMELINE

Teaching
-Learning
Process

a. Prepared complete daily logs of


activities including the 75%
appropriate, adequate and
updated instructional materials
within the school year 20142015.

JuneMarch

b. Facilitated learning in four


Grade III- Science classes
through functional daily logs
and 75 % methodologies and
teaching strategies within the
school year 2014-2015

JuneMarch

Weight per
KRA
55%

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
(Quality, Efficiency, Timeline)
All daily lesson plans had the following
objective, subject matter, procedures,
evaluation and assignment.
Had four of the five parts of the lesson plan
Had 3 of the five parts of lesson plan
Had 2 of the five parts of lesson plan
Had 1 of the five parts of lesson plan
Teaching methods and strategies elicited 130%
and above interaction from a class.
Teaching method and strategies elicited 115129% interaction from a class.
Teaching method and strategies elicited 100-

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114% interaction from a class.


Teaching method and strategies elicited 5199% interaction from a class.

c. Monitored the 35 or 75% out of


46 Grade III- Yakal pupils
including the 75% cleanliness
and orderliness of the
classroom within the school
year.

Pupils/ Students a. Maintained updated Grade IIIOutcomes


Yakal pupils record within the
school year 2014-2015

b. Conducted Remediation/
enrichment program in 5 Grade

JuneMarch

JuneMarch

June-

30%

Teaching method and strategies elicited 50%


and below interaction from a class.
Safety, orderliness and cleanliness of floors and
toilets were 130% and above maintained.
Safety, orderliness and cleanliness of floors and
toilets were 115-129% maintained.
Safety, orderliness and cleanliness of floors and
toilets were 100-114% maintained.
Safety, orderliness and cleanliness of floors and
toilets were 51-99% maintained.
Safety, orderliness and cleanliness of floors and
toilets were 50% and below maintained.
Evidences showed that the teacher purposely
plans assessments and varies assessments
choices to match the different student needs,
abilities and learning styles.
The teacher explained the various uses and
limitations of the different kinds of assessments.
Evidences showed that student needs for
growth were clearly identified.
There is evidence of more than one measure of
student performance but there is difficulty in
analyzing data to inform instructional planning
and delivery.
The teacher planned instructions without
analyzing student learning data.
No evidence of students monitoring or
evaluation of student progress.

Class Remediation or Enrichment Activities was


taken 130% and above of pupils who need it.

III Yakal pupils within the


increase d of 75% reading
performance.

March

Class Remediation or Enrichment Activities was


taken 115-129% of pupils who need it.
Class Remediation or Enrichment Activities was
taken 100-114% of pupils who need it.
Class Remediation or Enrichment Activities was
taken 51-99% of pupils who need it.
Class Remediation or Enrichment Activities was
taken 50% and below of pupils who need it.
130% and above result in English NAT.
115-129% result in English NAT.
100-114% result in English NAT.
51-99% result in English NAT.
50% and below result in English NAT.

c. Increase the Grade III Science


NAT 2015 performance by
JuneMarch

Community
Involvement

a. Conducted at least 4 HRPTA


meetings with 50% of
parentsattendance within the
school year 2014-2015

JuneMarch

5%

130% and above accomplishment with set


agreements met.
115-129% of planned meetings conducted
producing only set of agreements and partial
accomplishments.
100-114% of planned meetings conducted
producing set of agreements.
51-99% of planned meetings conducted with
results.
50% and below of planned meetings conducted
with results.

b. Visited at least 3 parents of


pupils needing academic
monitoring/follow-up with 75%
proper documentation and

JuneMarch

130% accomplishments of visits with successful


implementation of interventions.
115-129% accomplishments of visits with partial

report on accomplishment
within the school year 20142015

success in implementation of interventions.


114-100% accomplishments of visits with partial
success in implementation of interventions.
51-99% accomplishments of visits with planned
interventions.
50% and below accomplishment of visits with
no interventions.
130% and above project accomplishment with
full documentation report on completion.
115-129% project accomplishment with partial
completion.
100-114% project initiative only with no
completion report.
51-99% project initiative only with no
completion.
No project initiated.

JuneMarch
c. Initiated/undertaken 1
classroom project with 75%
accomplishment from HRPTA
funding/sponsorship within the
school year 2014-2015

Professional
Growth and
Development

a. Participated in school activities


with 75% attendance within the
school year 2014-2015

JuneMarch

b. Attended at least 2 trainings/


seminars in any level within the
school year 2014-2015

JuneMarch

10%

Participated in activities with 130% and above


attendance with documented result
Participated in activities with 115-129%
attendance with documented result
Participated in activities with 100-114%
attendance with documented result
Participated in activities with 51-99%
attendance with documented result
Participated in activities with 50% and below
attendance with documented result

Participated with trainings/ seminars with 130%


and above attendance with documented results.
Participated with trainings/ seminars with 115-

129% attendance with documented results.


Participated with trainings/ seminars with 100114% attendance with documented results.
Participated with trainings/ seminars with 5199% attendance with documented results.
Participated with trainings/ seminars with 50%
and below attendance with documented results.

c. Given four times technical


assistance by the School Head
through classroom observation
with 75% classroom agreement
met within the school year
2014-2015

JuneMarch

130% and above accomplishment with


classroom agreements met.
115-129% accomplishment with classroom
agreements met.
100-114% accomplishment with classroom
agreements met
51-99% accomplishment with classroom
agreements met
50% and below accomplishment with classroom
agreements met
OVERALL
RATING
FOR
ACCOMPLI
-SHMENTS

MRS. CRISTINA C. JUANGCO

MRS. SUSAN M. PANZUELO

Rater

Ratee