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Schools Division Office

Quezon City, 1st District, Metro Manila


CARLOS P. GARCIA HIGH SCHOOL
165 Ermin Garcia Street, Cubao, Quezon City

INSTRUCTIONAL SUPERVISORY PLAN


School Year 2017-2018

Objectives: During the School Year 2017-2018, the teachers shall be able to:
1. Upgrade the quality of classroom instruction through regular monitoring and
observation.
2. Implement programs to help increase the level of student academic
achievement.
3. Assist the students to achieve a better quality of life through the provision of the

needed knowledge, skills, values, attitudes and resources.


Program Improvement Areas Targets for Program Means of Verification Strategies for School Time Frame Persons Involved
Improvement Improvement
1. Regular monitoring of teachers’ Quality classroom Monthly submission of Regular monitoring of June, 2017- March, Supervisors:
attendance and actual classroom instruction through the ff: classroom observation teachers’ attendance 2018 Division
teaching a. Monthly Pop-in reports by the Division daily. Coordinator
visits Coordinator, School Check the teachers’ June, 2017- March, School Principal
b. Monthly Classroom Principal and Head learning plans every 2018 Head Teacher
observation Teacher. Tuesday. Department of
c. Monthly Pre- Semestral and yearend Observe the teachers in June, 2017- March, Education officials
observation review of the their classes monthly. 2018
Conference implementation of this Conduct Pre- Observation
d. Monthly Post- plan through submission and Post-Observation To be supervised:
Observation of reports and evaluation Conferences with the Classroom
Conference with of the activities against teachers monthly. Teachers
the classroom this plan if it was Request for inputs from
teachers successful or not and what the teachers about their
e. Use of the Teacher made it great or what work-related concerns
Observation Guide went wrong with it and that need to be addressed
developed by the through the conduct of a for incorporation into the
Schools Division tracer study to track down department’s work plan,
Office of Quezon what happened with the instructional supervisory
City students who graduated plan and for the school’s
Dissemination of this plan from the school. Enhanced School June, 2017- March,
to the teachers through Improvement Plan and for 2018
the conduct of faculty implementation and
meetings, department evaluation.
meetings and school- Dissemination of the May, 2017
based trainings. students’ least mastered
Communication of what skills during the faculty
teachers need to maximize meetings, department
and improve on during
faculty meetings, post- meetings and school-
observation conferences, based trainings.
department meetings and Conduct school-based
school-based trainings. trainings regarding the
Identification of least least mastered skills.
mastered skills after the Encourage teachers to
administration of the attend district, division,
quarterly examinations. regional, national and
Dissemination of the least international trainings to
mastered skills to the help them in improving
teachers during faculty the students’ level of
meetings, department academic achievement.
meetings and school- Develop the Continuous
2. Improvement of student based trainings. Submission of the item Improvement Program. August and November, Supervisors:
academic achievement. Improvement of students’ analysis by the teachers Implement student 2017 and January and Division
performance in: after the checking of the development programs April, 2018 Coordinator
a. Classroom quarterly examinations. and activities such as School Principal
activities Conduct of faculty school-level contests or Head Teacher
b. Standardized tests meetings, department activities such as historical Department of
b.1. National meetings and school- exhibits, contests and June, 2017- March, Education
Career Assessment based trainings and activities for the students. 2018
Examination recording of what Integrate the use of
b.2. Mock National transpired during the said technology in classroom June, 2017- March, To be supervised:
Achievement Test professional development teaching and the use of 2018 Classroom
c. National Achievement activities through the electronic learning in Teachers
Test (NAT) minutes of the classroom teaching and
Giving of NAT-style proceedings and through student learning.
questions after every documentation. Conduct school-based
lesson. Monthly submission of trainings.
Quality classroom classroom observation Conduct of the following
instruction through the ff: reports by the Division activities:
a. Monthly Pop-in Coordinator, School a. Educational field June, 2017- March,
visits Principal and Head trips to museums 2018
b. Monthly Teacher. and historical sites
Classroom Delivery of the students’ in Metro Manila
observation NAT Results to the school. and those
c. Monthly Pre- Submission of class supported by the
observation records, students’ grades, Quezon City
Conference students’ portfolio, government
d. Monthly Post- teachers’ portfolio and b. Remediation/ June, 2017- March,
Observation item analysis reports and intervention 2018
Conference minutes/documentation programs for slow/
with the of the meetings. academically-
classroom Delivery of the overall NAT challenged
teachers and ALS Rating Reports of learners.
e. Use of the the school. Provide enough financial June, 2017- March,
Teacher Documentation of and moral support to 2018
Observation activities conducted and teachers for the
Guide financial reports development of teacher-
developed by submitted. made instructional
the Schools materials and for the
Division Office students’ participation in
of Quezon City the extra and co-curricular
Achieve at least 75% Mean activities in the district,
Percentage Score in the regional, national and
National Achievement Test international levels.
Transfer of Knowledge Encourage teachers to: June, 2017- March,
from the seminars to the a. develop self-made 2018
classroom. localized,
Implementation/ indigenized,
execution of educational contextualized,
activities and the provision rights-based,
of financial, moral and culture-responsive,
material support to gender-sensitive
teachers and students. modules/ learning
guides/ learning
kits or activities for
classroom
teaching.
b. Administer
summative tests. June, 2017- March,
c. Interpret results of 2018
summative tests August, November and
and analyze it and February every year
disseminate its
findings to the
teachers.
d. Develop June, 2017- March,
intervention 2018
programs for
junior high school
students who are
academically-
challenged such as
free academic
tutorial programs
and the
Continuous
Improvement
Program.
e. Participate in June, 2017- March,
activities and 2018
contests organized
by the different
government
agencies, the
private sector and
the non-
government
organizations,
both local and
international.
Conduct classroom June, 2017- March,
observations to check 2018
whether what they
learned during these
trainings were
implemented in their
classes.
Conduct Post-Observation June, 2017- March,
Conferences with the 2018
teachers.
Attend trainings relevant April, 2017 to March,
to the implementation of 2018
the Senior High School
Program offerings for
School Year 2017-2018
(Accountancy, Business
and Management, Bread
and Pastry Production,
Food and Beverage
Services, Animation and
Hairdressing).
Encourage teachers who June, 2017- March,
will teach in the Senior 2018
High School to attend
trainings relevant to the
implementation of the
Senior High School
Program offerings and the
teaching of the Senior
High School Core and
Applied Subjects for
School Year 2017-2018.
Implement a Teacher June, 2017- March,
Induction Program for 2018
new teachers through the
use of the mixed mode of
electronic learning.
Conduct action researches June, 2017 to March,
on the Preparation of the 2018
school for the
implementation of the
Senior High School
Program.

Encourage teachers to June, 2017 to March,


conduct classroom-based 2018
action researches.
Participate in the ongoing June, 2017 to March,
researches conducted by 2018
the educational leaders of
the Department of
Education and those
commissioned by the
latter.
Disseminate the results of June, 2017- March,
the action researches that 2018
were conducted and
completed through the
delivery of professional
development programs
like faculty meetings and
school-based in-service
trainings.
Encourage teachers to June, 2017- March,
share their written 2018
researches during in-
service trainings in the
school, district, division,
regional, national and
international levels and
the insights that they
learned in the trainings
that they attended also
during the said levels of
in-service trainings.
Request the graduates to June, 2017 to March,
create documentaries of 2018
their success stories, to
write these on the
school’s official
publication and to share
these during career
orientation programs for
students to inspire them
to study harder and
achieve their dreams and
for them to assist our
future Senior High School
students for their Work
Immersion Program, for
future employment
opportunities and for
creation of new business
ideas for their future
entrepreneurial
endeavours.
Tap available school April, 2017 to March,
financial/ community 2018
Provide technical resources for the
assistance to teachers in procurement/ availment
the delivery of quality of the needed
classroom instruction. instructional materials,
tools, equipment and
other teachers’ needs for
3. Teacher- Training Documentation of classroom teaching. June, 2017 to March, Trainers:
trainings, faculty and Solicit support from the 2018 Division
department meetings government, the private Coordinator
conducted, classroom sector and non- School Principal
observation reports, government organizations Head Teacher
teachers’ certificates of for the classroom teaching Department of
attendance/participation. needs of the teachers. Education
Submission of Pre- Establish linkages for the April, 2017 to March, Teacher
Instructional Supervision classroom teaching and 2018 Organizations
Forms. professional advancement
needs of the teachers and In-Service Training
for the learning needs of Providers including
the students such as: Higher Education
a. The different Institutions and
subjects in the private non-
Junior and Senior government
High School. organizations and
b. The DepED Senior the Technical
High School Education Skills
Voucher Program Development
c. Senior High School Authority
Work Immersion
Program Trainees:
d. School to School Classroom
Provide relevant Partnership for Teachers
information for the curriculum
improvement of classroom development for
instruction and provision both the Junior
of the needed teacher and Senior High
support. School.
4. Action Research Approved research e. Conversion of June, 2017 to March, Researchers and
proposal, fully completed traditional 2018 Respondents:
action research approved classrooms into Educational leaders
and submitted and the 21st Century from the
results of which are Learning Spaces. Department of
disseminated to the Education (DepED
teachers and school Secretary, Assistant
administrators. Secretaries,
Undersecretaries,
Bureau Chiefs,
Regional Director,
Assistant Regional
Director, Regional
Education
Supervisors,
Schools Division
Superintendent,
Assistant Schools
Division
Superintendents,
Division
Supervisors, District
Supervisors,
Education Program
Specialists)
School Principal
Utilization of available Head Teachers
community resources Master Teachers
through contextualization, Regular Classroom
indigenization and Teachers
localization of the Students
curriculum. Alumni Association
5. Community Support for Tap the support of the Evidences of the use of the April, 2017 to March, Primary Movers:
Classroom Instruction school’s internal and community as a laboratory 2018 School Principal
external stakeholders, the for learning. Head Teachers
government, the private Donations received from Recipients:
sector and non- generous partners of the Master Teachers
government organizations school were turned over Regular Classroom
for the classroom teaching to the school’s property Teachers
needs of the teachers. custodian for the use of Students
the teachers for their
classroom teaching.
Ideas for classroom
teaching needs will
come from:
Property Custodian
Head Teachers/
Department
Chairmen
Master Teachers
Regular Classroom
Teachers

Conceptualized by: Noted by:

MARIA CECILIA C. BASCONCILLO DR. LEONORA R. LAUIGAN DR. RODEL R. RIVERA


Head Teacher III/ ED 229.1 Student Principal I Education Program Supervisor, Araling Panlipunan