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INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM (IPCRF) For Teachers Name of Employee : Name of Rater:

INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM (IPCRF) For Teachers

INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM (IPCRF) For Teachers Name of Employee : Name of Rater:

Name of Employee

:

Name of Rater:

REGINA P. PALABRICA

Position

:

TEACHER 1

Position:

HEAD TEACHER III

Bureau/Center/Service/Division

:

QUEZON NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

Date of Review:

Rating Period

:

2015-2016

 

TO BE FILLED IN DURING PLANNING

 

TO BE FILLED DURING EVALUATION

       

Weight

       

MFO

KRAs

 

OBJECTIVES

TIMELINE

per KRA

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

ACTUAL

RATING

SCORE

RESULTS

       

40%

     
           
  • 5 Prepared 180 lesson plans/daily log of activities with five parts based on the budget of work.

     
  • 4 Prepared 170 lesson plans/daily log of activities with four parts based on the budget of work.

·

Prepared daily lesson plans

 

Basic Education

  • I. Teaching-

I.1

and daily log of activities with five

June-March

20%

  • 3 Prepared 160 lesson plans/daily log of activities

4

4

0.8

Policy Services

Learning Process

parts based on the approved budget of work.

with three parts based on the budget of work.

  • 2 Prepared 150 lesson plans/daily log of activities with two parts based on the budget of work.

Prepared 140 and below lesson plans/daily log

  • 1 of activities with one part based on the budget of work.

           
  • 5 Has 5 of the identified indicators.

     

·

Facilitated reading

  • 4 Has 4 of the identified indicators.

 

intervention program using

  • 3 Has 3 of the identified indicators.

Basic Education

  • I. Teaching-

I 2

reading strategies/tools running

June-March

10%

5

3

0 3

Policy Services

Learning Process

.

records/LIP materials, lesson plan/SLE, activity sheets, reading passages, books (small/big)

   
  • 2 Has 2 of the identified indicators.

   

.

  • 1 Has 1 or none of the identified indicators.

           
  • 5 Has 5 of the identified indicators.

     

·

Implemented classroom

  • 4 Has 4 of the identified indicators.

rules and guidelines by providing

Basic Education

I.

Teaching-

I.3

School CPP Handbook, Guidance

June-March

5%

 

3

0.15

Policy Services

Learning Process

Record, behavior charts, Report Card, and list of classroom rules

  • 3 Has 3 of the identified indicators.

 

and regulations

   
  • 2 Has 2 of the identified indicators.

   
  • 1 Has 1 or none of the identified indicators.

           
  • 5 Has 5 of the identified indicators.

     

·

Monitored attendance,

 

cleanliness, and orderliness of

  • 4 Has 4 of the identified indicators.

Basic Education

I.

Teaching-

I.4

classrooms by accomplishing SF1

June-March

5%

 

4

0.2

Policy Services

Learning Process

and Report Card, assigning individual/group daily tasks,

  • 3 Has 3 of the identified indicators.

 

posting list of classroom officers, and providing bulletin board

   
  • 2 Has 2 of the identified indicators.

   
  • 1 Has 1 or none of the identified indicators.

       

Weight

       

MFO

 

KRAs

 

OBJECTIVES

TIMELINE

per KRA

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

ACTUAL

RESULTS

RATING

SCORE

   

20%

           
  • 5 Administered reading assessment to 90% and above of the class within the rating period.

     
  • 4 Administered reading assessment to 89-80% and above of the class within the rating period.

Basic Education

II. Pupils

II 1

* Administered reading assessment 90% of the class

July and

5%

  • 3 Administered reading assessment to 79-70% and above of the class within the rating period.

3

0 15

Policy Services

Outcomes

.

within the rating period.

February

 
  • 2 Administered reading assessment to 69-60% and above of the class within the rating period.

   

.

  • 1 Administered reading assessment to 59% and below of the class within the rating period.

           
  • 5 Has conducted remedial instruction to 5 or more academically slow learners.

     
  • 4 Has conducted remedial instruction to 4 academically slow learners.

Basic Education

II. Pupils

II.2

Conducted remedial

· instruction weekly to 5

June-March

5%

  • 3 Has conducted remedial instruction to 3

4

0.2

Policy Services

Outcomes

academically slow learners.

 

academically slow learners based on the assessment result.

   
  • 2 Has conducted remedial instruction to 2 academically slow learners.

   
  • 1 Has conducted remedial instruction to 1 or none academically slow learner.

           
  • 5 Has 9-10 of the identified indicators.

     

·

Maintained updated pupils'

  • 4 Has 7-8 of the identified indicators.

   

Basic Education

II. Pupils

II.3

record by accomplishing SF1, SF2, SF3, Form 137, Form 138,

June-March

5%

  • 3 Has 5-6 of the identified indicators.

5

0.25

Policy Services

Outcomes

Composite/Grading Sheet,

Nutritional Status, FCR, Class Reading Profile, Pupils Portfolio

  • 2 Has 3-4 of the identified indicators.

  • 1 Has 1-2 or none of the identified indicators.

           
  • 5 GSA increased by 10% and above

     
  • 4 GSA increased by 100 %

Basic Education

II. Pupils

II.4

·

Increased FCR result by

June-March

5%

  • 3 GSA increased by 70-79%

 

4

0.2

Policy Services

Outcomes

10% from the baseline to achievement.

  • 2 GSA increased by 60-69%

  • 1 GSA increased by 59% and below

       

Weight

       

MFO

KRAs

 

OBJECTIVES

TIMELINE

per KRA

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

ACTUAL

RESULTS

RATING

SCORE

 

30%

           
  • 5 Has 5 of the identified indicators.

     

Conducted periodic PTA meetings/ conferences at least

  • 4 Has 4 of the identified indicators.

Basic Education

III. Community

III.1

once every grading period with accomplished indicators, such as

June-March

10%

  • 3 Has 3 of the identified indicators.

5

0.5

Policy Services

Involvement

attendance sheet, agenda of the

meeting, minutes of the meeting, pictorials, narrative report.

  • 2 Has 2 of the identified indicators.

  • 1 Has 1 or none of the identified indicators.

           
  • 5 Has conductedhome visitation to 90- 100% of pupils needing academic monitoring/follow-up.

     
  • 4 Has conductedhome visitation to 80-89% of pupils needing academic monitoring/follow-up.

Basic Education

III. Community

III.2

Conducted home visitation to 100% of pupils needing academic

June-March

5%

  • 3 Has conductedhome visitation to 70-79% of

3

0.15

Policy Services

Involvement

monitoring/follow-up.

pupils needing academic monitoring/follow-up.

  • 2 Has conductedhome visitation to 60-69% of pupils needing academic monitoring/follow-up.

  • 1 Has conductedhome visitation to 59% and below of pupils needing academic monitoring/follow-up.

           

Project/event/activity accomplishment with full

     
  • 5 documentation report of completion duly approved by the HRPTA officers

Basic Education

III. Community

III.3

Undertaken/ Initiated project/ event/ activity with HRPTA/PTA/internal and external

June-March

5%

  • 4 Project/event/activity accomplishment with full documentation report of completion

5

0.25

Policy Services

Involvement

stakeholders funding/ sponsorship in a year.

  • 3 Project/event/activity accomplishment with partial documentation report of completion

  • 2 Project/event/activity accomplishment with no documentation report of completion

  • 1 No initiated Project/event/activity

           
  • 5 Participated 4 or more events/activities in the community within the rating period.

     

Participated 4 events/activities in

  • 4 Participated 3 events/activities in the community within the rating period.

Basic Education

III. Community

III.4

the community within the rating

June-March

10%

  • 3 Participated 2 or more events/activities in the

5

0.5

Policy Services

Involvement

period.

community within the rating period.

  • 2 Participated 1 or more events/activities in the community within the rating period.

  • 1 No participated events/activities in the community within the rating period.

       

Weight

       

MFO

KRAs

 

OBJECTIVES

TIMELINE

per KRA

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

ACTUAL

RESULTS

RATING

SCORE

 

10%

           
  • 5 Conducted action research and published in the District's Official Journal .

     

Conducted action research with full

  • 4 documentation and duly signed by the Division TWG.

Basic Education

IV. Professional

Conducted classroom- based

Growth and

IV.1

June-March

5%

 

4

0.2

Policy Services

Action Research within the rating

Conducted action research with full

Development

 

period.

   
  • 3 documentation and duly signed by the District TWG.

   

Conducted action research with partial

  • 2 documentation and duly signed by the District TWG

  • 1 No action research conducted

           

5

Initiated and participated 2 or more co-curricular activities within the year

       

Basic Education

IV. Professional

Initiated and participated 2 co-

4

Initiated and participated 1 co-curricular activity within the year

Growth and

IV.2

curricular activities within the

June-March

2%

 

Participated 2 or more co-curricular activities

4

0.08

Policy Services

Development

year.

3

within the year.

2

Participated 1 co-curricular activity within the year.

1

No participation of co-curricular activity

             

Produced publication/ creative work published in

     

5

National Circulation/DepEd Post/ CSC Newsletters and similar publications.

IV. Professional

4

Produced publication/ creative work published in

Basic Education

Growth and

IV.3

Produced a publication/ creative

June-March

1%

regional publications.

1

0.01

Policy Services

Development

work for school papers in a year.

3

Produced publication/ creative work published in division publication.

2

Produced publication/ creative work published in school papers.

1

Unpublished work produced.

           

5

Received 4 or more special awards/ citations/ recognitions.

     

4

Received 3 special awards/ citations/ recognitions.

Basic Education

Policy Services

IV. Professional

·

Received special

 

Received 2 special awards/ citations/

Growth and

Development

IV.4

awards/citation/ recognition for exemplary performance in a year.

June-March

2%

3

recognitions.

1

0.02

 

2

Received 1 special award/ citation/ recognition.

1

No special award/citation/recognition received.

* To get the score, the rating is multiplied by the weight assigned.

 

OVERALL RATING FOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS

58

3.96

VERY SATISFACTORY

 

REGINA P. PALABRICA

 

EDEN R. VALDEZ

ROGER J. CARIO

 
 

Rater

Ratee

Approving Authority

PRINCIPAL II

INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM (IPCRF) For Master Teachers Name of Employee : Name of

INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM (IPCRF) For Master Teachers

INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM (IPCRF) For Master Teachers Name of Employee : Name of

Name of Employee

:

Name of Rater:

ROSELINE P. VIC

Position

:

MASTER TEACHER I

Position:

OIC-ASDS

Bureau/Center/Service/Division

:

QUEZON NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

Date of Review:

Rating Period

:

2016-2017

 

TO BE FILLED IN DURING PLANNING

 

TO BE FILLED DURING EVALUATION

 
       

Weight

 

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

ACTUAL RESULTS

 

MFO

KRAs

 

OBJECTIVES

TIMELINE

per KRA

 

30%

 

(Quality, Efficiency, Timeliness)

 

Q

E

T

 
 

I. Professional

                     

Growth and

5

Conducted 1 duly approved by the SDO fully the school and adapted in the district

implemented in

Development

   
 

Conducts at least one action research

4

Conducted 1 duly approved by the SDO fully implemented in the school.

related to teaching

Conducted 1 duly approved by the SDO fully

1.1

methodologies/strategies/behavior of students within a year

June-April

5%

3

Conducted 1 duly approved by the SDO fully implemented in the classroom.

implemented in the classroom.

4

3

3

2

Proposed an action research with no

implementation

1

No action research

       

5

Participated at least 4 or more seminar-workshops/trainings within the rating period.

       
 

Participated at least 3 seminar-workshops/trainings within the

4

rating period.

I.2

Attend/Participate 4 seminar-workshops/

June-April

10%

 

Participated at least 2 seminar-workshops/trainings within the

Participated at least 4 or more seminar-

5

5

5

trainings within the rating period.

3

rating period.

workshops/trainings within the rating period.

Basic

     

2

Participated at least 1 seminar-workshop/training within the rating period.

     

Education

   

Policy Services

1

No seminar-workshops/trainings attended.

         

Received award/recognition in national level within the rating

       

5

period.

             

Received award/recognition in Regional level within the rating

         

Receive award/ recognition in national,

4

period.

I.3

June-April

10%

 

Received award/recognition in division level within the rating

Received award/recognition in division level within

3

3

3

region, division, district, school level within the rating period.

3

period.

the rating period.

       

Received award/recognition in district level within the rating

     
 

2

period.

 

Received award/recognition in school level within the rating

1

period.

 

Serve as demonstration teacher, facilitator or resource speaker at the

   

5

Has 4 lesson demonstrations or at least 1 national/regional demonstration teaching

       

school/district/division/regional/nationaland/

4

Has 3 lesson demonstrations or at least 1 division demonstration teaching

I.4

or provided mentoring services to demonstration teachers during the year

June-April

5%

3

Has 2 lesson demonstrations or at least 1 district demonstration teaching

Has no lesson demonstration (school level)

1

1

1

2

Has 1 lesson demonstrations (school level)

1

Has no lesson demonstration (school level)

       

Weight

 

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

ACTUAL RESULTS

 

MFO

KRAs

 

OBJECTIVES

TIMELINE

per KRA

 

35%

 

(Quality, Efficiency, Timeliness)

 

Q

E

T

 
           

5

Has 360 or more minutes of actual teaching loads

         

Handle 360 minutes of actual teaching

4

Has 350-359 minutes of actual teaching loads

II.1

loads as reflected in the class program of

June-April

15%

3

Has 340-349 minutes of actual teaching loads

Has 360 or more minutes of actual teaching loads

5

5

5

activities and SF7.

2

Has 330-339 minutes of actual teaching loads

1

Has 329 or less minutes of actual teaching loads

         

5

Increased achievement test by 5% or more over baseline test.

       

4

Increased achievement test by 4% or more over baseline test.

II.2

Increase achievement test by 5% over

June-April

10%

3

Increased achievement test by 3% or more over baseline test.

4

4

4

baseline test results.

2

Increased achievement test by 2% or more over baseline test.

Increased achievement test by 4% or more over baseline test.

1

Increased achievement test by 1% or less over baseline test.

         

5

Increased instructional and independent readers by 50% or more in the posttest .

       

Basic

                       

Education

Increase the number of instructional &

4

Increased instructional and independent readers by 40-49% in

Policy Services

independent readers in the posttest from

the posttest .

II.3

the pretest by 50% or conduct

July and

5%

 

Increased instructional and independent readers by30-39% in

Increased instructional and independent readers by

5

5

5

remediation/enrichment programs to

February

3

the posttest .

50% or more in the posttest .

 

improve performance indicators in any specific discipline

 

2

Increased instructional and independent readers by 20-29% or more in the posttest .

     

1

Increased instructional and independent readers by 19% or less in the posttest .

         

5

Attained 75% and above required competencies in a given period of time.

       

4

Attained 70-74% required competencies in a given period of time.

II.4

Attain 75% of the required learning competencies in a given period of time.

July-April

5%

3

Attained 65-69-% required competencies in a given period of time.

Attained 75% and above required competencies in a given period of time.

5

5

5

2

Attained 60-64% required competencies in a given period of time.

1

Attained 59% and below required competencies in a given period of time.

       

Weight

 

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

ACTUAL RESULTS

 

MFO

KRAs

 

OBJECTIVES

TIMELINE

per KRA

 

30%

 

(Quality, Efficiency, Timeliness)

 

Q

E

T

 
 

III. Support to Instructional Supervision

 

Observe all teachers in a year with post conference.

   

5

Conducted mentoring/coaching to 4 or more teachers in the school/cluster/line.

         

*all teachers in the department (big secondary schools) *all teachers in small secondary schools *all teachers in small elementary schools

4

Conducted mentoring/coaching to 3 teachers in the school/cluster/line.

*all teachers in the assigned grade level for

June-April

 

Conducted mentoring/ coaching to 2 teachers in the

Conducted mentoring/coaching to 3 teachers in the

III.1

central schools

10%

3

school/cluster/line.

school/cluster/line.

4

4

4

 

2

Conducted mentoring/ coaching to 1 teacher in the school/cluster/line.

1

No teacher conducted mentoring/coaching.

       

5

Managed/Monitored 5 or more teachers in the implementation of the RPMS cycle.

       

Basic

         

4

Managed/Monitored 4 teachers in the mplementation of the RPMS cycle.

         

Education

III.2

Manage/Monitor 5 teachers in the implementation of the RPMS cycle within

July-April

10%

 

Managed/Monitored 3 teachers in the mplementation of the

Managed/Monitored 3 teachers in the

5

5

5

Policy Services

the rating period.

3

RPMS cycle.

mplementation of the RPMS cycle.

 

2

Managed/Monitored 2 teachers in the implementation of the RPMS cycle.

1

Managed/Monitored 1 or none teacher in the implementation of the RPMS cycle.

       

5

Checked daily LP/Journal/Log book to 5 or more teachers

 

4

Checked daily LP/Journal/Log book to 4 teachers.

III.3

Check daily Lesson Plans/Journals/Log book to 5 teachers.

June-April

10%

3

Checked daily LP/Journal/Log book to 3 teachers.

Checked daily LP/Journal/Log book to 2 teachers.

2

2

2

2

Checked daily LP/Journal/Log book to 2 teachers.

1

Checked daily LP/Journal/Log book to 1 or none teacher.

       

Weight

 

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

ACTUAL RESULTS

 

MFO

KRAs

 

OBJECTIVES

TIMELINE

per KRA

 

5%

 

(Quality, Efficiency, Timeliness)

 

Q

E

T

 
 

IV. Community

         

Participated 4 or more events/activities in the community

         

Involvement/

5

within the rating period.

Stakeholders

   

Engagement

4

Participated 3 events/activities in the community within the rating period.

Basic

1. Maintain harmonious relationship with

   

Education

IV.1

superiors, students, local and public

June-April

5%

3

Participated 2 or more events/activities in the community

5

5

5

Policy Services

officials and co-teachers

within the rating period.

 

2

Participated 1 or more events/activities in the community within the rating period.

1

No participated events/activities in the community within the rating period.

       

Weight

 

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

 

MFO

KRAs

 

OBJECTIVES

TIMELINE

per KRA

ACTUAL RESULTS

 
     

(Quality, Efficiency, Timeliness)

 
Plus Factor 1. Serve with evidences in any four (4) of (Each item gets .25 but
Plus Factor
1. Serve with evidences in any four (4) of
(Each item gets .25
but not to exceed 1 pt
for all the items)
accomplishments on the following:
a). Committee or Program Chairman or
Coordinator with project/accomplishment like Gender
Served in any 4 or more related tasks with the full
1
documentation/artifacts/action plan/program of activities, and
accomplishment report/certification
& Development or Adop-A-School
b). District Key Teacher
c.) Facilitator, documenters in SLAC or INSET
d). Committee member-division, district, regional
level
e).
Guidance Teacher
f).
ICT/LIS Coordinator
g).
Served in any 3 related tasks with the full
Canteen Manager
h).
0.75
Clinic Teacher
i). Club
documentation/artifacts/action plan/program of activities, and
accomplishment report/certification
Served in any 4 or more related tasks with the full
documentation/artifacts/action plan/program of activities, an
or Organization adviser such as SPA, SSG etc.
Basic
Education
any academic organization
Person
Focal Person
Presenter
j). Officer in
k). Resource
l. Research
m). Research
n).
accomplishment report/certification such as:
a).ICT/LIS Coordinator
June-April
b). Canteen Manager
Policy Services
c). Clinic Teacher
d). Club or Organization adviser such as SPA, SSG etc.
Examiner/Proctor in any National Examination
o).
Served in any 2 related tasks with the full
Other special tasks such as Curriculum Writer, Test
0.5
Constructor, and MOOE Assistant
2.
documentation/artifacts/action plan/program of activities, and
accomplishment report/certification
Attained zero absent and zero late from June 2017-
April 2018.
No Retained/Zero drop-out rate
3.
Served in any 1 related task with the full
0.25
documentation/artifacts/action plan/program of activities, and
accomplishment report/certification
TOTAL (Excluding Plus Factor)
100%
OVER - ALL RATING ASSESSMENT
Plus Factor
1%
ADJECTIVAL RATING
Very
Adjectival Rating Scale:
4.500
4.500
5.000
Outstanding
5.000
3.500
3.500
4.499
4.499
Very Satisfactory
2.500
2.500
3.499
3.499
Satisfactory
1.500
1.500
2.499
2.499
1.000
1.000
1.499
1.499
Unsatisfactory
Poor

ROGER J. CARIO

AVEGAIL ALARCON CONSTANTINO

ROSELINE P. VIC

Principal II

Ratee

IOC-ASD

Rater

Approving Off

 

Served in any 4 or more related tasks with the full

1

documentation/artifacts/action plan/program of activities, and accomplishment report/certification

 

Served in any 3 related tasks with the full

0.75

documentation/artifacts/action plan/program of activities, and accomplishment report/certification

 

Served in any 2 related tasks with the full

0.5

documentation/artifacts/action plan/program of activities, and accomplishment report/certification

 

Served in any 1 related task with the full

0.25

documentation/artifacts/action plan/program of activities, and accomplishment report/certification

ENTE SCORE AVERAGE 3.3 0.17 5.0 0.50

ENTE

 
 

SCORE

AVERAGE

 
  • 3.3 0.17

 
  • 5.0 0.50

   

3.0

0.30

1.0

0.05

 

SCORE

AVERAGE

5.00

0.75

4.00

0.40

   
 
  • 5.00 0.25

 
  • 5.00 0.25

 

SCORE

AVERAGE

  • 4.00 0.40

 
   

5.00

0.50

2.00

0.20

 

SCORE

AVERAGE

5

0.10

 

SCORE

d

1

4.87

Satisfactory

ENTE

S

icer

INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM (IPCRF) For Master Teachers Name of Employee : AVEGAIL ALARCON

INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM (IPCRF) For Master Teachers

INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM (IPCRF) For Master Teachers Name of Employee : AVEGAIL ALARCON

Name of Employee

:

AVEGAIL ALARCON CONSTANTINO

Name of Rater:

ROGER J. CARIO

Position

:

MASTER TEACHER I

Position:

Principal II

Bureau/Center/Service/Divis

:

QUEZON NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

Date of Review:

April

2018

Rating Period

:

2017-2018

 

TO BE FILLED IN DURING PLANNING

     

TO BE FILLED DURING EVALUATION

 
       

Weig

       

ht

 

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

TARGET

MFO

KRAs

 

OBJECTIVES

 

TIMELINE

per

ACTUAL

SCORE

KRA

   

RESULTS

       

20%

 

(Quality, Efficiency, Timeliness)

Q

E

T

AVERAGE

 
 

I. Professional

 

Conducts at least one action research related to teaching methodologies/strategies/behavior

   

Should have conducted Action Research

             

Growth and

   

Development

of students within a year. Mode of verification (MOV):

5

OUTSTANDING= Crafted and conducted data gathering with

interpretation, conclusions and recommendation, adopted and implemented in the school.

Crafted and conducted data

a. Hard copy of manuscript

research duly signed by the

 

VERY SATISFACTORY= Crafted and conducted data

Should propose

gathering with

b. Approved request in the conduct of

 

4

title of Action

interpretation,

1.1

June-April

4%

gathering but incomplete.

Research related

conclusions and

5

5

5

5.0

0.20

 

SATISFACTORY= Crafted three (3) parts with approval of

to the subject

recommendation,

principal/department head Approved title duly signed by the

c.

 

3

department head and principal.

area.

adopted and implemented in the

principal/department head

2

UNSATISFACTORY=Crafted three (3) parts with approval of department head.

school.

1

POOR= with title only.

 

Attend/Participate seminars-workshops/

   

Should have attended seminars-workshops/ trainings and conferences

             

trainings and conferences within the rating

conducted by DepEd(National/Regional/Division/District/School)

period.

Mode

   

Should

of verification (MOV):

5

Participated in national/regional seminar-worshops/trainings.

participate/atten

Participated in

I.2

a. Certificate of Appearance/Participation

b.

 

June-April

4%

4

Participated in division seminar-worshops/trainings.

d in School

national/regional

5

5

5

5.0

0.20

seminar-

seminar-

         

worshops/trainin

gs.

worshops/trainings.

         

Memorandum

3

Participated in district seminar-worshops/trainings.

c. Pictures/Official documentations

2

Participated in district seminar-worshops/trainings.

 

1

Participated in school seminar-worshops/training.

 
 

Receive special award/s, citation/s, recognition/s, in national/region, division,

   

Should have received special awardscitation/s, recognition/s

             
district, school level for exeplary performance within the rating period. Mode of verification (MOV): Received award/recognition
district, school level for exeplary performance
within the rating period.
Mode of verification (MOV):
Received award/recognition in National level within the rating
5
period.
Should receive
Received award/recognition in Regional level within the rating
4
Certificate/Certification
period.
Basic
I.3
June-April
4%
special
award/recognitio
n in School level
Received
award/recognition in
division level within
the rating period.
5
5
5
5.0
0.20
Educati
Received award/recognition in Division level within the rating
3
period.
on
within the rating
period.
Policy
Received award/recognition in District level within the rating
2
period.
Service
Received award/recognition in School level within the rating
s
1
period.
Enroll/Finish graduate studies
Requiredevidences:
Should enroll and finish graduate studies
Mode of verification (MOV):
5
Doctoral Degree
a. Transcript of Record
b. Certificate/ Certification
c. Diploma
Pictures
4
Masteral Degree
d.
I.4
June-April
4%
Should have
units in Masteral
with units only
1
1
1
1.0
0.04
3
CARMA (Complete Academic Requirements for
Masteral/Dortoral degree
Degree.
2
Achieved units leading to Comprehensive Examination
1
with units
Involve/Participate in community and civic -
organization activities.
Mode of verification (MOV):
Should involve/participate in community and civic -
organization activities.
a.Certification
5
Participated 4 or more events/activities in the community
within the rating period.
b.Pictures
Should
involve/
4
Participated 3 events/activities in the community within the
rating period.
I.5
June-April
4%
Participated 2 or more events/activities in the community
within the rating period.
participate 2
events/activitie
s in the
Involved/
Participated 4
events/activities in
the community
within the rating
period.
5
5
5
5
0.04
3
community
within the
Participated 1 or more events/activities in the community
within the rating period.
rating period.
2
1
No participated events/activities in the community within the
rating period.
Weig
ht
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
per
ACTUAL
MFO
KRAs
OBJECTIVES
TIMELINE
TARGET
SCORE
KRA
RESULTS
40%
(Quality, Efficiency, Timeliness)
Q
E
T
AVERAGE
Basic
II.Instructional
Educati
Supervision
Assist principal in instructional monitoring of
teachers through observation.
Should have assisted principal in instructional monitoring of
teachers:

on

     

Mode of verification (MOV):

   

5

  • 7 teachers were observed within a semester

Should assist

           

Policy

a. Teachers' Observation

the principal in

Assisted the

Service

Sheet

Plan

b. Teachers' DLL/Lesson c. Pictures/Documentation

4

5-6 teachers were observed within a semester

instructional

monitoring by

principal in instructional

s

II.1

 

June-April

15%

observing 3-4

monitoring and

3

3

3

3.00

0.45

   
     

3

3-4 teachers were observed within a semester

teachers in the

observed 4

         

department

teachers in the

   

within a

department within

2

1-2 teachers were observed within a semester

semester.

a semester.

1

No teachers were observed within a semester.

 

Provides technical assistance to teachers through mentoring, coaching and cliniquing.

   

Should have assisted principal in instructional monitoring of teachers:

             

Mode of verification

5

  • 7 teachers were given technical assistance.

Should provide

(MOV):

technical

Provided technical

 

a. Pictures

   

assistance to

assistance to

 

4

5-6 teachers were given technical assistance.

teachers through

teachers through

II.2

June-April

15%

   

mentoring,

mentoring, coaching

5

5

5

5.00

0.75

3

3-4 teachers were given technical assistance.

coaching and

and cliniquing 5

cliniquing 3-4

teachers in the

   

teachers in the

department

2

1-2 teachers weregiven technical assistance.

department.

1

No teachers were given technical assistance.

 

Serve as Demonstration Teacher within the school year

     

Serve as Demonstration Teacher within the school year

             

Mode of verification (MOV):

   
 

a. Matrix/Program

5

  • 4 Demo-Teaching within the school year

b. DLL with Collaboration c. Pictures/Documentation

4

  • 3 Demo-Teaching within the school year

Should have

II.3

 

June-April

10%

atleast 1 demo-

1 Demo-Teaching

2

2

2

2.0

0.20

   

teaching within

within the school year

     

3

  • 2 Demo-Teaching within the school year

the school year.

         

2

  • 1 Demo-Teaching within the school year

1

No Demo-Teaching within the school year

       

Weig

         

ht

 

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

MFO

KRAs

 

OBJECTIVES

TIMELINE

per

TARGET

ACTUAL

SCORE

 

KRA

 

RESULTS

40%

 

(Quality, Efficiency, Timeliness)

Q

E

T

AVERAGE

 

III.

 

Prepare and execute Daily Logs/Lesson Plans

   

Should prepare and execute Daily Lesson Logs/Lesson Plans

       

Instructional

including appropriate, adequate and updated

including appropriate, adequate and updated instructional materials

Competence instructional materials. Mode of verification (MOV): 5 Prepared and executed 91-100% Daily Lesson Logs/Lesson Plans
Competence
instructional materials.
Mode of verification (MOV):
5
Prepared and executed 91-100% Daily Lesson Logs/Lesson Plans
including appropriate, adequate and updated instructional materials
Should prepare
and execute 81-
90% Daily
Prepared and
a. DLL/Lesson Plan
b. Picture of instructional materials
executed 91-100%
4
Prepared and executed 81-90% Daily Lesson Logs/Lesson Plans
including appropriate, adequate and updated instructional materials
Daily Lesson
III.
Logs/Lesson Plans
June-April
15%
Lesson
Logs/Lesson
Plans including
5
5
5
5.00
0.75
1
including appropriate,
3
Prepared and executed 71-80% Daily Lesson Logs/Lesson Plans
including appropriate, adequate and updated instructional materials
appropriate,
adequate and
updated
adequate and
updated instructional
2
Prepared and executed 61-70% Daily Lesson Logs/Lesson Plans
including appropriate, adequate and updated instructional materials
materials
instructional
materials
Prepared and executed 60% and below Daily Lesson Logs/Lesson
1
Plans including appropriate, adequate and updated instructional
materials
Attain the required GSA/MPS for grade level
Should attain the required GSA/MPS for grade level and learning area.
and learning area.
Mode
of verification (MOV):
91-100% or
out of
____
students in Grade 7 and Grade 10
a. Diagnostic and Achievement Test Result
b. Class Record
c. Grade Sheet
5
English passed at the end of the school year and with
increased of 13% and above MPS.
81%-90% or
out of ____
_____
%
or
out of
81-90% or
out of
____
students in Grade 7 and Grade 10
4
Basic
English passed at the end of the school year and with
increased of 10% - 12% MPS.
III.
Educati
July-April
15%
Grade 8 and
Grade 9
Mathematics
passed at the
students in
5
5
5
5.00
0.75
71-80% or
out of
____
students in Grade 7 and Grade 10
2
on
3
English passed at the end of the school year and with
Policy
increased of 7% - 9% and above MPS.
school year and with
increased of 13% and
above MPS.
Service
61-70% or
out of
____
students in Grade 7 and Grade 10
end of the school
year and with
increased of
10% - 12%
s
2
English passed at the end of the school year and with
increased of 4% - 6% and above MPS.
MPS.
60% and below or
___
out of
students in Grade 7 and
1
Grade 10 English passed at the end of the school year and
with increased of 3% and below MPS.
Conduct enrichment to above-average/average
learners and remedial classes to students who
will gain less mastered competencies.
Mode of verification (MOV):
Should conduct enrichment to above-average/average learners and
remedial classes to non-readers/slow learners
91-100% or
out of
identified/listed students were
5
Should conduct
enrichment to
Conducted
above-
conducted
a. Schedule of remediation
b. Assessment Result
81-90% or
out of
identified/listed students were
4
III.
c. List
July-April
10%
average/average
learners and
remedial classes
to 71-80% or ___
4
4
4
4.00
0.40
3
of Learners
Pictures
Certificates/Certification
d.
71-80% or
out of
identified/listed students were
g.
3
out of ___
identified/listed
students in
enrichment to above-
average/average
learners and remedial
classes to 81-90% or
out of ____
identified/listed
students in
Mathematics.
61-70% or
out of ____
identified/listed
students were
Mathematics.
2
given enrichment/ remedial classes.
60% and below or
out of ____
identified/listed
students
1
were given enrichment/ remedial classes.
MFO SCORE Basic Plus Factor 2.) 0.5 Educati on Policy (Each item gets . 25 but
MFO
SCORE
Basic
Plus Factor
2.)
0.5
Educati
on
Policy
(Each item gets .
25 but not to
exceed 1 pt for
all the items)
1.) Writer During the Division Workshop on Revision and Finalization of Crafted Daily Lesson Logs (DLLs) on August 21-25, 2017 at A&A Plaza Hotel, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan.
Basa Palaweño-Palawan Reading Inventory and Assessment Writer
Service
s
TOTAL (Excluding Plus Factor)
100%
OVER - ALL RATING ASSESSMENT
4.48
Plus Factor
1 ADJECTIVAL RATING
Very Satisfactory
Adjectival Rating Scale:
Outstanding
4.500
4.500
5.000
5.000
3.500
3.500
4.499
4.499
Very Satisfactory
2.500
2.500
3.499
3.499
Satisfactory
2.499
1.500
1.500
2.499
1.499
1.000
1.000
1.499
Unsatisfactory
Poor

ROGER J. CARIO

Principal II

Rater

Ratee

ROSELINE P. VICENTE

IOC-ASDS

Approving Officer

   

Served in any 4 or more related tasks with the full documentation/artifac

1

ts/action plan/program of activities, and accomplishment report/certification

   

Served in any 3 related tasks with the full documentation/artifac

0.75

ts/action plan/program of activities, and accomplishment report/certification

   

Served in any 2 related tasks with the full documentation/artifac

0.5

ts/action plan/program of activities, and accomplishment report/certification

   

Served in any 1 related task with the full documentation/artifac

0.25

ts/action plan/program of activities, and accomplishment report/certification

COMPETENCIES CORE BEHAVIORAL COMPETENCIES Self-Management improve performance. Examples may include doing something better, faster, at alower
COMPETENCIES
CORE BEHAVIORAL COMPETENCIES
Self-Management
improve performance. Examples may include doing something better, faster,
at alower cost, more efficiently; or improving quality, costumer satisfaction,
morale, without setting any specific goal.
1
Sets personal goals and direction, needs and development.
5
Teamwork
2
Undertakes personal actions and behaviors that are clear and
purposive and takes into account personal goals and values congruent
to that of the organization.
5
1
4
Willingly does his/her share of responsibilty.
2
Promotes collaboration and removes barriers to teamwork and goal
4
4.2
Displays emotional maturity and enthusiasm for and is challenged by
higher goals
accomplishment across the organization
3
5
Prioritize work tasks and schedules (through gantt charts, checklists,
etc.) to achieve goals.
3
4
4
4
4
5
Sets high quality, challenging, realistic goals for self and others
4
Applies negotiation principles in arriving at win-win agreements.
Drives consensus and team ownership of decisions.
4
5
Professionalism and Ethics
Works constructively and collaboratively with others and across
organizations to accomplish organizational goals and objectives.
5
Demonstrates the values and behavior enshrined in the Norms of
Conduct and Ethical Standards for public officials and employee (RA
Service Orientation
1
1
Can explain and articulate organizational directions, issues and problems.
6713).
4
5
2
2
Practices ethical and professional behavior and conduct taking into
account the impact of his/her actions and decisions.
Takes personal responsibilty for dealing with and/or correcting costumer
4.4
4
4
service issues and concerns
Maintains professional image: being trustworthy, regularity of
attendance and punctuality, good grooming and communication.
3
Initiates activities that promotes advocacy for men and women
3
4
4
empowerment.
4
Participates in updating of office vision, mission, mandates & strategies
4
Makes personal sacrifices to meet the organization's needs.
based on DepEd strategies and directions.
5
5
Acts with a sense pf urgency and responsibility to meet the
5
Develops and adopts service improvement programs through simplified
5
organization's needs, improves systems and help others improve their
effectiveness.
procedures that will further enhance service delivery.
4
4
Result Focus
Innovation
1
1
Achieves results with optimal use of time and resources most of the
time.
Examines the root cause of problems and suggests effective solutions.
Fosters new ideas, processes, and suggests bettter ways to do things (cost
4
5
and/or operational efficiency).
2
2
Avoids rework, mistakes and wastage through effective work methods
by placing organizational needs before personal needs.
Demonstrates an ability to think "beyond the box". Continuously focuses on
improving personal productivity to create higher value and results.
4
4
  • 5 - Role Model; 4 - Consistently demonstrates; 3 - Most of the time demonstrates; 2 - Sometimes demonstrates;

 

Delivers error-free outputs most of the time by conforming to standard operating procedures correctly and consistently. Able to

3

Expresses a desire to do better and may express frustration at waste

produce very satisfactoy quality of work in terms of

usefulness/acceptability and completeness with no supervision required.

4

4

or inefficiency. May focus on new or more precise ways of meeting goals set.

4

5

Makes specific changes in the system or in own work methods to

4

3

   
 

Promotes a creative climate and inspires co-workers to develop original ideas or solutions.

4

4.2

4

Translates creative thinking into tangible changes and solutions that improve the work unit and organization.

4

 

5

Uses ingenious methods to accomplish responsibilties. Demonstrates resourcefulness and the ability to succeed with minimal resources.

4

DEPED RPMS form - DEPED form -Teachers

1 - Rarely demonstrates

4
4

CORE BEHAVIORAL COMPETENCIES

  • OVERALL COMPETENCY RATINGS

 

CORE SKILLS

 

Oral Communication

1

Follows instructions accurately.

 

5

2

Expresses self clearly, fluently and articulately.

4

3

Uses appropriate medium for the message.

 

4

4

 

Adjust communication style to others.

4

5

Guides discussions between and among peers to meet an objective.

4

Written Communication

 
 

Knows the different written business communication formats used in

1

the DepEd.

4

Writes routine correspondence/communications, narrative and descriptive report based on ready available information data with

2

minimal spelling or grammatical error/s (e.g. Memos, minutes, etc.)

4

Secures information from required references (i.e., Directories,

3

schedules, notices, instructions) for specific purposes.

4

Self-edits words, numbers, phonetic notation and content, if

4

necessary.

4

4.24
4.24

Computer / ICT Skills

 
 

Prepares basic compositions ( e.g., letters, reports, spreadsheets and

   

1

graphic presentations using Word Processing and Excel.

5

Identifies different computer parts, turns the computer on/off, and work on a given task with acceptable speed and accuracy and connects computer

4.2

2

peripherals ( e.g., printers, modems, multi-media projectors, etc.)

4

3

Prepares simple presentations using Powerpoint.

4

 

Utilizes technologies to : access information to enhance professional productivity, assists in conducting research and communicate through local

4

and global professional networks.

4

Recommends appropriate and updated technology to enhance productivity

5

and professional practice.

4

4.2
4.2
 

Demonstrates clarity, fluency, impact, conciseness, and effectiveness

5

in his/her written communications.

5

OVERALL RATING

5 - Role Model; 4 - Consistently demonstrates; 3 - Most of the time demonstrates; 2 - Sometimes demonstrates;

1 - Rarely demonstrates

Note: These ratings can be used for the developmental plans of the employee.

DEPED RPMS form - DEPED form - For Teachers

4.24
4.24
 
 

PART III: SUMMARY OF RATINGS FOR DISCUSSION

 
 
 

Final Performance Results

Rating

 

Accomplishments of KRAs and Objectives

Employee-Superior Agreement

The signatures below confirm that the employee and his/her superior have agreed to the contents of the performance as captured in this form.

 
 

Name of Employee:

AVEGAIL ALARCON CONSTANTINO

Name of Superior:

ROGER J. CARIO

Signature:

Signature:

Date:

Date:

PART IV: DEVELOPMENT PLANS

Strengths

Development Needs

Action Plan (Recommended Developmental Intervention)

Timeline

Resources Needed

   

Legibly practice time consciousness in all

 

1. Classroom

Sets personal goals and direction, needs and development.

Achieves results with optimal use of time and resources most of the time.

professional duties and responsibilities if not all the time at least most of the time.

June- March

 

2. Alarm Clock

Undertakes personal actions and

Avoids rework, mistakes and wastage

Makes sure that all reports are checked for

 

1.

Laptop

behaviors that are clear and purposive

through effective work methods by

editing and critiquing with at least 99.9%

 

2.

Organizer

and takes into account personal goals and values congruent to that of the organization.

placing organizational needs before personal needs.

accuracy to the immediate head or concerned person before it is finalized and passed.

June- March

 

3.

Drafts

Displays emotional maturity and

Delivers error-free outputs most of the time by

Careful filling up of information following the

 

1.

Laptop

enthusiasm for and is challenged by

conforming to standard operating procedures correctly and consistently. Able to produce very satisfactoy

standard operating procedure of the school

 

2.

Organizer

higher goals

quality of work in terms of usefulness/acceptability and completeness with no supervision required.

June- March

 

3.

Drafts

Prioritize work tasks and schedules

Expresses a desire to do better and may

Participate in community forum/fora/ meetings

 

1.

Fund

(through gantt charts, checklists, etc.)

express frustration at waste or inefficiency.

orientations to clarify stand and issues

 
  • 2. Classroom

to achieve goals.

May focus on new or more precise ways of

concerning organizational structures.

June- March

  • 3. Sound System

4. School

meeting goals set.

     

Supplies

 
 

Develops and adopts service

1. Attend educational semianars and workships,

 

1.

Fund

improvement programs through

reading educational materials regularly.

 
  • 2. Classroom

Sets high quality, challenging, realistic

simplified procedures that will further

2. Engage in educational

  • 3. Laptop

enhance service delivery.

research to come up with service improvement

June- March

4. School

goals for self and others

in teaching practice.

Supplies

 

Makes specific changes in the system or in own

Plan for possibe activities related to work task and

 

1.

Remediation Worksheets

work methods to improve performance.

environment that is highly effective and adaptable

2.

Instructional Materials

Demonstrates clarity, fluency, impact,

Examples may include doing something better,

among students who are challenged in language and

(soft copy/hard copy)

faster, at alower cost, more efficiently; or

communication through conducting a remediation

program and other colleagues through support

July- March

3.Classroom

conciseness, and effectiveness in his/her written communications.

improving quality, costumer satisfaction, morale, without setting any specific goal.

materials

 

To have updated knowledge on teaching

1. Request and or Set for an INSET that will focus

 

1. School Administrations 2.

strategies and learning materials to

on innovative teaching strategies in teaching

Division of Palawan

3.

improve performance indicator.

language and literature.

2.

Approved Seesion Guide on

Provides remediation/enrichment to improve student's performance.

Reqquest for internet connection to be able to research and download innovative and recent materials in teaching.

June- March

a certain topic highly in demand to the needs of teachers

 

Utilizes technologies to : access information

Make use of projector or other technology-based

 

Seek projector and other

to enhance professional productivity, assists

resources in teaching learning process.

technologies through

Participates in updating of office vision,

in conducting research and communicate

solicitation or fund raising.

mission, mandates & strategies based

through local and global professional

June- March

on DepEd strategies and directions.

networks.

 

HELEN C. CAMIAS

ROGER J. CARIO

 

English Department Chairman

 

Approving Officer

Head Teacher III

DEPED RPMS form - DEPED form -For Teacher

|

INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND R For Master Teachers Name of Employee : AVEGAIL ALARCON CONSTANTINO :

INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND R For Master Teachers

Name of Employee

:

AVEGAIL ALARCON CONSTANTINO

:

MASTER TEACHER I

:

QUERZON NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

:

2016-2017

Position

Bureau/Center/Service/Division

 

Rating Period

 

TO BE FILLED IN DURING PLANNING

 
       

Weight per

PER

MFO

 

KRAs

 

OBJECTIVES

TIMELINE

KRA

   

30%

(Q

     

·

Conducted action

   

5

research related to classroom problems/concerns within the rating period, supported with

4

I.

Professional

the ff. Evidences; Research

Basic Education Policy

Growth and

I.1

Workshop output, action

June-April

10%

3

Services

Development

research paper, certificate of

completion, proposed learning

2

interventions, proposed M&E for results/outcomes

1

           

5

4

Basic Education

Policy Services

I.

Professional

· Attended/Participated

Growth and

I.2

4 seminar-workshops/

June-April

5%

3

Development

trainings within the rating

 

period.

2

1

 
           

5

· Received award/

4