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RPMS Tools for T I-III

(Proficient Teachers)

POSITION AND COMPETENCY PROFILE


Department of Education

Position Title Teacher I - III


Parenthetical Title
Office Unit
Reports to Principal/School Heads
Position Supervised
JOB SUMMARY

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS
A. CSC Prescribed Qualifications
Education Bachelor of Elementary/Secondary/Early Childhood Education or Bachelor’s deg
Experience None required
Eligibility RA 1080
Trainings None required
B. Preferred Qualifications
Education BSE/BSEEd/College Graduate with Education units (18-21), at least 18 MA units
Experience
Eligibility PBET/LET Passer
Trainings In-service training

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


1. Applies mastery of content knowledge and its application across learning areas
2. Facilitates learning using appropriate and innovative teaching strategies and classroom management
3. Manages an environment conducive to learning
4. Addresses learner diversity
5. Implements and supervises curricular and co-curricular programs to support learning
6. Monitors and evaluates learner progress and undertakes activities to improve learner performance
7. Maintains updated records of learners’ progress
7. Maintains updated records of learners’ progress
8. Counsels and guides learners
9. Works with relevant stakeholders, both internal and external, to promote learning and improve schoo
10. Undertakes activities towards personal and professional growth
11. Does related work

INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM (IP


Name of Employee: Name of Rate
Position: Position:
Bureau/Center/Service/Division: Date of Revie
Rating Period:
TO BE FILLED OUT DURING PLANNING

Performance Indicators
Weight
MFOs KRAs Objectives Timeline Very
per KRA Outstanding Satisfactory Unsatisf
QET Satisfactory
(5) (3) (2)
(4)
Basic 1. Content 1. Applied June 2018 to 7.50% Quality Showed knowledge Showed knowledge Showed knowledge Showed kn
Education Knowledge knowledge of March 2019 of content and its of content and its of content and its of content
Services and pedagogy content within integration within integration within integration within integration
and across and across subject and across subject and across subject and across
curriculum areas as shown in areas as shown in areas as shown in areas as sh
teaching MOV 1 with a MOV 1 with a MOV 1 with a MOV 1 with
areas. rating of 7 rating of 6 rating of 5 rating of 4
areas.

Efficiency Submitted at least Submitted 3 Submitted 2 Submitted


4 lessons using lessons using MOV lessons using MOV the given M
MOV 1 and 1 and supported by 1 and supported by
supported by any 1 any 1 of the other any 1 of the other
of the other given given MOV given MOV
MOV

Timeliness
2. Used a June 2018 to 7.50% Quality Facilitated using Facilitated using Facilitated using Facilitated
range of March 2019 different teaching different teaching different teaching different te
teaching strategies that strategies that strategies that strategies t
strategies that promote reading, promote reading, promote reading, promote re
enhance writing and/or writing and/or writing and/or writing and
learner numeracy skills as numeracy skills as numeracy skills as numeracy s
achievement shown in MOV 1 shown in MOV 1 shown in MOV 1 shown in M
in literacy and with a rating of 7 with a rating of 6 with a rating of 5 with a ratin
numeracy
skills. Efficiency Submitted at least Submitted 3 Submitted 2 Submitted
4 learner centered learner-centered learner-centered learner-cen
lessons as evidently lessons as evidently lessons as evidently lessons as
shown in MOV 1 shown in MOV 1 shown in MOV 1 shown in a
and supported by and supported by and supported by
any 1 of the other any 1 of the other any 1 of the other
MOV given MOV given MOV given

Timeliness

TO BE FILLED OUT DURING PLANNING

Performance Indicators
Weight
MFOs KRAs Objectives Timeline Very
per KRA Outstanding Satisfactory Unsatisf
QET Satisfactory
(5) (3) (2)
(4)
Basic Education 3. Applied a June 2018 to 7.50% Quality Used different Used different Used different Used differen
Services range of March 2019 teaching strategies teaching strategies teaching strategies teaching stra
teaching that develop critical that develop critical that develop critical that develop
strategies to and creative thinking and creative thinking and creative thinking and creative
develop critical and/or other HOTS as and/or other HOTS as and/or other HOTS as and/or other
and creative shown in MOV 1 with shown in MOV 1 with shown in MOV 1 with shown in MO
thinking, as well a rating of 7 a rating of 6 a rating of 5 a rating of 4
as other higher
order thinking Efficiency Submitted at least 4 Submitted 3 lessons Submitted 2 lessons Submitted 1
skills. lessons as evidenced as evidenced by MOV as evidenced by MOV evidenced by
by MOV 1 and 1 and supported by 1 and supported by the given MO
supported by any 1 of any given MOV any given MOV
the given MOV

Timeliness
2. Learning 4. Managed June 2018 to 7.50% Quality Used classroom Used classroom Used classroom Used classr
Environment classroom March 2019 management management management manageme
and Diversity structure to strategies that strategies that strategies that strategies t
of Learners engage engage learners in engage learners in engage learners in engage lea
learners, activities/task as activities/task as activities/task as activities/ta
individually or shown in MOV 1 shown in MOV 1 shown in MOV 1 shown in M
in groups, in with a rating of 7 with a rating of 6 with a rating of 5 with a ratin
meaningful
exploration, Efficiency Submitted at least Submitted 3 Submitted 2 Submitted
discovery and 4 lessons lessons supported lessons supported supported b
hands-on supported by MOV by MOV 1 and any by MOV 1 and any of the acce
activities 1 and any 1 of the 1 of the other 1 of the other
within a range other acceptable acceptable MOV acceptable MOV
of physical MOV
learning
environments. Timeliness
5. Managed June 2018 to 7.50% Quality Applied teacher Applied teacher Applied teacher Applied tea
learner March 2019 management management management manageme
behavior strategies of strategies of strategies of strategies o
constructively learner behavior learner behavior learner behavior learner beh
by applying that promote that promote that promote that promo
positive and positive and non- positive and non- positive and non- positive and
non-violent violent discipline as violent discipline as violent discipline as violent disc
discipline to shown in MOV shown in MOV shown in MOV shown in M
ensure submitted with a submitted with a submitted with a submitted w
learning rating of 7 rating of 6 rating of 5 rating of 4
focused Efficiency Submitted at least Submitted at least Submitted at least Submitted
environments. 4 of the given 4 of the given 4 of the given 4 of the giv
strategies as strategies as strategies as strategies a
observed in at least observed in at least observed in at least observed in
4 lessons 3 lessons 2 lessons 1 lessons
Timeliness
TO BE FILLED OUT DURING PLANNING

Performance Indicators
Weight
MFOs KRAs Objectives Timeline Very
per KRA Outstanding Satisfactory Unsatisf
QET Satisfactory
(5) (3) (2)
(4)
Basic 6. Used June 2018 to 7.50% Quality Applied Applied Applied Applied
Education differentiated, March 2019 differentiated differentiated differentiated differentiat
Services developmental teaching strategies teaching strategies teaching strategies teaching st
ly appropriate to address learner to address learner to address learner to address
learning diversity as shown diversity as shown diversity as shown diversity as
experiences to in MOV 1 with a in MOV 1 with a in MOV 1 with a in MOV 1 w
address rating of 7 rating of 6 rating of 5 rating of 4
learners’
gender, Efficiency Submitted at least Submitted at least Submitted at least Submitted
needs, 4 differentiated 3 differentiated 2 differentiated differentiat
strengths, teaching strategies teaching strategies teaching strategies teaching st
interests and in at least 2 lessons in at least 2 lessons in at least 2 lessons in only 1 le
experiences. in evidenced by in evidenced by in evidenced by evidently s
MOV 1 and MOV 1 and MOV 1 and in any 1 of
supported by any 1 supported by any 1 supported by any 1 acceptable
of the other of the other of the other
acceptable MOV acceptable MOV acceptable MOV

Timeliness
3. Curriculum 7. Planned, June 2018 to 7.50% Quality Planned and Planned and Planned and Planned an
and Planning managed and March 2019 implemented implemented implemented implemente
implemented developmentally developmentally developmentally developme
developmental sequenced teaching sequenced teaching sequenced teaching sequenced
ly sequenced and learning and learning and learning and learnin
teaching and process as shown process as shown process as shown process as
learning in MOV 1 with a in MOV 1 with a in MOV 1 with a in MOV 1 w
processes to rating of 7 rating of 6 rating of 5 rating of 4
meet
curriculum Efficiency Submitted at least Submitted 3 Submitted 2 Submitted
requirements
4 developmentally developmentally developmentally developme
and varied
sequenced teaching sequenced teaching sequenced teaching sequenced
teaching
and learning and learning and learning and learnin
contexts.
process as process as process as process as
evidently shown in evidently shown in evidently shown in evidently sh
MOV 1 and MOV 1 and MOV 1 and MOV 1 and
supported by any 1 supported by any 1 supported by any 1 supported b
of the other given of the other given of the other given of the othe
MOV MOV MOV MOV

Timeliness
TO BE FILLED OUT DURING PLANNING

Performance Indicators
Weight
MFOs KRAs Objectives Timeline Very
per KRA Outstanding Satisfactory Unsatisf
QET Satisfactory
(5) (3) (2)
(4)
Basic 8. Participated June 2018 to 7.50% Quality Consistently Frequently Occasionally Rarely part
Education in collegial March 2019 participated participated participated inLACs/FGD
Services discussions inLACs/FGDs/ inLACs/FGDs/ inLACs/FGDs/ meetings to
that use meetings to discuss meetings to discuss meetings to discuss teacher/ lea
teacher and teacher/ learner teacher/ learner teacher/ learner feedback to
learner feedback to enrich feedback to enrich feedback to enrich instruction
feedback to instruction as instruction as instruction as shown in th
enrich shown in the MOV shown in the MOV shown in the MOV submitted.
teaching submitted. submitted. submitted.
practice.

Efficiency Participated in Participated in Participated in Participated


atleast 4 atleast 3 atleast 2 atleast 1
LACs/FGDs/ LACs/FGDs/ LACs/FGDs/ LACs/FGDs
meetings as meetings as meetings as meetings a
evidently shownin evidently shownin evidently shownin evidently sh
any 1 of the given any 1 of the given any 1 of the given any 1 of th
MOV MOV MOV MOV

Timeliness
9. Selected, June 2018 to 7.50% Quality Developed and Developed and Developed and Developed
developed, March 2019 used varied used varied used varied used varied
organized and teaching and teaching and teaching and teaching an
used learning resources, learning resources, learning resources, learning res
appropriate including ICT, to including ICT, to including ICT, to including IC
teaching and address learning address learning address learning address lea
learning goals as shown in goals as shown in goals as shown in goals as sh
resources, MOV 1 with a MOV 1 with a MOV 1 with a MOV 1 with
including ICT, rating of 7 rating of 6 rating of 5 rating of 4
to address
learning goals.
Efficiency Submitted 4 varied Submitted 3 varied Submitted 2 varied Submitted
teaching and teaching and teaching and teaching an
learning resources, learning resources, learning resources, learning res
including ICT, as including ICT, as including ICT, as including IC
evidently shown in evidently shown in evidently shown in evidently sh
MOV 1 and MOV 1 and MOV 1 and MOV 1 and
supported by any 1 supported by any 1 supported by any 1 supported b
of the acceptable of the acceptable of the acceptable of the acce
MOV MOV MOV MOV

Timeliness

TO BE FILLED OUT DURING PLANNING

Performance Indicators
Weight
MFOs KRAs Objectives Timeline Very
per KRA Outstanding Satisfactory Unsatisf
QET Satisfactory
(5) (3) (2)
(4)
Basic 4. Assessment 10. Designed, June 2018 to 7.50% Quality Designed, selected, Designed, selected, Designed, selected, Designed, s
Education and reporting selected, March 2019 organized and used organized and used organized and used organized a
Services organized and diagnostic, diagnostic, diagnostic, diagnostic,
used formative and formative and formative and formative a
diagnostic, summative summative summative summative
formative and assessment assessment assessment assessment
summative strategies strategies strategies strategies
assessment consistent with consistent with consistent with consistent w
strategies curriculum curriculum curriculum curriculum
consistent requirements as requirements as requirements as requiremen
with shown in MOV 1 shown in MOV 1 shown in MOV 1 shown in M
curriculum with a rating of 7 with a rating of 6 with a rating of 5 with a ratin
requirements.
Efficiency Submitted atleast 4 Submitted atleast 3 Submitted atleast 2 Submitted
varied assessment varied assessment varied assessment assessmen
tools as evidently tools as evidently tools as evidently as evidently
shown in any 1 of shown in any 1 of shown in any 1 of in any 1 of
the acceptable the acceptable the acceptable acceptable
MOV MOV MOV
Timeliness
11. Monitored June 2018 to 7.50% Quality Consistently Frequently Occasionally Rarely mon
and evaluated March 2019 monitored and monitored and monitored and and evalua
learner evaluated learner evaluated learner evaluated learner learner pro
progress and progress and progress and progress and and achieve
achievement achievement using achievement using achievement using using learn
using learner learner attainment learner attainment learner attainment attainment
attainment data as shown in data as shown in data as shown in shown in th
data. the MOV submitted the MOV submitted the MOV submitted submitted

Efficiency Submitted a Submitted a Submitted a Submitted


combination of at combination of at combination of at acceptable
least 4 of the least 3 of the least 2 of the
acceptable MOV acceptable MOV acceptable MOV

Submitted MOV Submitted MOV Submitted MOV Submitted


were distributed were distributed were distributed were distrib
Timeliness across 4 quarters across 3 quarters across 2 quarters across 1 qu
only

TO BE FILLED OUT DURING PLANNING

Performance Indicators
Weight
MFOs KRAs Objectives Timeline Very
per KRA Outstanding Satisfactory Unsatisf
QET Satisfactory
(5) (3) (2)
(4)
Basic 12.Communi June 2018 to 7.50% Quality Consistently Frequently showed Occasionally Rarely show
Education cated March 2019 showed prompt prompt and clear showed prompt prompt and
Services promptly and and clear communication of and clear communica
clearly the communication of the learners' communication of the learner
learners’ the learners' progress and the learners' progress an
needs, progress and achievement to key progress and achievemen
progress and achievement to key stakeholders, achievement to key stakeholder
achievement stakeholders, including stakeholders, including
to key including parents/guardian including parents/gu
stakeholders, parents/guardian as shown in the parents/guardian as shown in
including as shown in the MOV submitted as shown in the MOV subm
parents/ MOV submitted MOV submitted
guardians.
parents/
guardians.
Efficiency Submitted a Submitted a Submitted a Submitted
combination of combination of combination of the given M
atleast 4 of the atleast 3 of the atleast 2 of the
acceptable MOV acceptable MOV acceptable MOV
Submitted MOV Submitted MOV Submitted MOV Submitted
Timeliness were distributed were distributed were distributed was comple
across 4 quarters across 3 quarters across 2 quarters only 1 quar
5. Plus Factor 13. Performed June 2018 to 7.50% Quality Consistently Frequently Occasionally Rarely perf
various related March 2019 performed various performed various performed various various rela
works/activitie related work/ related work/ related work/ work/ activ
s that activities that activities that activities that contribute
contribute to contribute to the contribute to the contribute to the teaching le
the teaching- teaching learning teaching learning teaching learning process as
learning process as shown process as shown process as shown in the MOV
process. in the MOV in the MOV in the MOV submitted
submitted submitted submitted

Efficiency Submitted atleast 4 Submitted atleast 3 Submitted atleast 2 Submitted


different kinds of different kinds of different kinds of the accepta
aacceptable MOV aacceptable MOV acceptable MOV MOV
Timelines
s
97.50% R
ADJECTIVAL RATING EQUIVALENCES
RANGE ADJECTIVAL RATING
4.500 – 5.000 Outstanding
3.500 – 4.499 Very Satisfactory
2.500 – 3.499 Satisfactory
1.500 – 2.499 Unsatisfactory
below 1.499 Poor Rater Ratee

PART IV: DEVELOPMENT PLANS OF THE IPCRF (IPCRF

MARITES P. HISANCHA
Action Plan
Strenghts Development Needs (Recommended Developmenta
Intervention)

A: Teaching Competencies (PPST)


(1.2) Used a range of teaching Applied effective strategies -Attend Seminars.
strategies that enhance learners in the creating instructional -Feedbacking.
achievement in literacy and materials and performance -Look for other
numeracy skills. (1.3) Applied a task (discovery and hands- instructional materials available in
range of teaching strategies to on activities) to enhance deped portals.
develop critical and creative learners achievement
thingking, as well as other higher-
order thingking skills.
(2.2) Manage Classroom Engage
learners, individually or in groups,
in meaningful exploration,
discovery and hands-on activities
within a range of physical learning
within a range of physical learning
environmets. (2.3) Used
differentiated, developmentally
appropriate learning experiences to
addresss learner's gender, needs,
strengths, interests and
experiences.
B: Core Behavioral Competencies
-Self-Management -Result Focus -Attend Activities towards person
-Professional and Ethics -Innovation and professional growth.
-Result Focus -Feedbacking.
-Teamwork -Coaching.
-Service
Orientation
-Innovation

Rater Ratee
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Salary Grade

Effectivity Date
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Rating Score
Actual
sfactory Poor Results
Q E T Ave
2) (1)

nowledge No acceptable
t and its evidence was
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s subject
shown in
th a
4
d any 1 of No acceptable
MOV evidence was
shown

d using No acceptable
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that shown
eading,
nd/or
skills as
MOV 1
ing of 4

d1 No acceptable
entered evidence was
s evidently shown
any MOV

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Rating Score
Actual
sfactory Poor Results
Q E T Ave
2) (1)

ent No acceptable
rategies evidence was shown
op critical
e thinking
er HOTS as
MOV 1 with
4

1 lesson as No acceptable
by any 1 of evidence was shown
MOV

sroom No acceptable
ent evidence was
that shown
arners in
task as
MOV 1
ing of 4

d 1 lesson No acceptable
d by any evidence was
eptable shown
eacher No acceptable
ent evidence was
of shown
ehavior
ote
nd non-
scipline as
MOV
with a
4
d at least No acceptable
iven evidence was
as shown
in at least

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Actual
sfactory Poor Results
Q E T Ave
2) (1)

No acceptable
ated evidence was
strategies shown
s learner
as shown
with a
4

d any 4 No acceptable
ated evidence was
strategies shown
essons as
shown
f the
e MOV

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with a
4

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d
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earner
to enrich
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the MOV
.

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and shown
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4

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shown in
d
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and
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the MOV

d 1 No acceptable
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shown

d MOV No acceptable
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quarter shown

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Q E T Ave
2) (1)

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and
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RATING FOR OVERALL


ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Approving Authority

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tal Timeline Resources Needed

Year round -Department


Head -Co-
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Approving Authority
RPMS Tool for Master Teacher I-IV
(Highly Proficient Teachers)

POSITION AND COMPETENCY PROFILE


Department of Education

Position Title Teacher Master I - IV


Parenthetical Title
Office Unit
Reports to
Position Supervised
JOB SUMMARY

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS
A. CSC Prescribed Qualifications

Bachelor of Elementary/Secondary Education or Bachelor’s degree plus 18 units


Education Education or its equivalent (MT-I), Bachelor of Elementary/Secondary Educatio
Education and 24 units for a Master’s degree in Education or its equivalent (MT

Experience
Eligibility RA 1080
Trainings
B. Preferred Qualifications
Education Masters Degree Graduate
Experience 3 years in-service as Teacher III
Eligibility Licensure Examination for Teachers
Trainings Relevant Trainings

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


1. Models exemplary practice in the application of content knowledge and pedagogy showing its integra
2. Conducts in-depth studies or action researches on teaching-learning innovations
3. Works with colleagues to create learning-focused environments that promote learner responsibility a
4. Assists colleagues to implement differentiated teaching strategies that are responsive to learner dive
5. Leads in the preparation and enrichment of curriculum
6. Initiates programs and projects that can enhance the curriculum and its implementation
7. Leads colleagues in the design, evaluation, interpretation and utilization of different types of assessm
and learning process
8. Updates parents/guardians on learner needs, progress and achievement
9. Strengthens school-community partnerships to enrich engagement of internal and external stakehold
10. Establishes links with colleagues through attendance and membership in professional organizations
11. Provides technical assistance through demonstration teaching, mentoring, coaching, class monitorin
as trainers/facilitators in teacher quality circles/learning action cells
12. Does related work

INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM (IPCRF


Name of Employee: Name of Rate
Position: Position:
Bureau/Center/Service/Division: Date of Revie
Rating Period:
TO BE FILLED OUT DURING PLANNING

Performance Indicators
Weight
MFOs KRAs Objectives Timeline Very
per KRA Outstanding Satisfactory Unsatisf
QET Satisfactory
(5) (3) (2)
(4)
Basic 1. Content 1. Modeled June 2018 to Quality Modeled effective Modeled effective Modeled effective Modeled ef
Education Knowledge effective March 2019 applications of applications of applications of applications
Services and pedagogy applications of content knowledge content knowledge content knowledge content kno
content within and across within and across within and across within and
knowledge curriculum teaching curriculum teaching curriculum teaching curriculum
within and areas as shown in areas as shown in areas as shown in areas as sh
across MOV 1 with a MOV 1 with a MOV 1 with a MOV 1 with
curriculum rating of 8 rating of 7 rating of 6 rating of 5
teaching
areas.
teaching
areas.
Efficiency Submitted at least Submitted 3 Submitted 2 Submitted
4 lessons as lessons as lessons as lessons as
evidenced by MOV evidenced by MOV evidenced by MOV evidenced b
1 and supported by 1 from colleagues 1 from colleagues 1 from colle
any 1 of the other and supported by and supported by and suppor
MOV given any 1 of the other any 1 of the other any 1 of th
MOV given MOV given MOV given

Timeliness Submitted MOV Submitted MOV Submitted MOV Submitted


were distributed were distributed were distributed was comple
across 4 quarters across 3 quarters across 2 quarters only 1 quar

2. June 2018 to Quality Conducted, Conducted and Conducted action Proposed a


Collaborated March 2019 completed and completed action research with research w
with disseminated action research with colleagues colleagues
colleagues in research with colleagues
the conduct colleagues
and
application of Efficiency Submitted at least Submitted any 3 of Submitted any 2 Submitted
research to 4 of the given MOV the acceptable MOV MOV
enrich MOV
knowledge of
content and Timeliness Presented the Completed the Conducted the Proposed th
pedagogy. research report research report research report research re
within the rating within the rating within the rating within the r
period period period period
TO BE FILLED OUT DURING PLANNING

Performance Indicators
Weight
MFOs KRAs Objectives Timeline Very
per KRA Outstanding Satisfactory Unsatisf
QET Satisfactory
(5) (3) (2)
(4)
Basic Education 3. Developed June 2018 to Quality Demonstrated Demonstrated Demonstrated Demonstrate
Services and applied March 2019 effective teaching effective teaching effective teaching effective tea
effective strategies to promote strategies to promote strategies to promote strategies to
teaching critical and creative critical and creative critical and creative critical and c
strategies to thinking, as well as thinking, as well as thinking, as well as thinking, as
promote critical other higherorder other higherorder other higherorder other higher
and creative thinking skills as thinking skills as thinking skills as thinking skill
thinking, as well shown in MOV 1 with shown in MOV 1 with shown in MOV 1 with shown in MO
as other higher- a rating of 8 a rating of 7 a rating of 6 a rating of 5
order thinking
skills.
Efficiency Submitted 4 or more Submitted 3 lessons Submitted 2 lessons Submitted 1
lessons as evidently as evidently shown in as evidently shown in evidently sho
shown in MOV 1 and MOV 1 and supported MOV 1 and supported MOV 1 and s
supported by any 1 of by any 1 of the other by any 1 of the other by any of the
the other MOV given MOV given MOV given MOV given

Timeliness
2. Learning 4. Worked June 2018 to Quality Modeled and Modeled and Modeled and Modeled an
Environment with March 2019 shared effective shared effective shared effective shared effe
and Diversity colleagues to classroom classroom classroom classroom
of Learners model and management management management manageme
share effective strategies that strategies that strategies that strategies t
techniques in engage learners in engage learners in engage learners in engage lea
the activities/ tasks activities/ tasks activities/ tasks activities/ t
management done in different done in different done in different done in diff
of classroom physical learning physical learning physical learning physical lea
structure to environments as environments as environments as environmen
engage shown in MOV 1 shown in MOV 1 shown in MOV 1 shown in M
learners, with a rating of 8 with a rating of 7 with a rating of 6 with a ratin
individually or
in groups, in
meaningful
exploration,
discovery and
hands-on
in groups, in
meaningful
exploration, Efficiency Submitted at least Submitted 3 Submitted 2 Submitted
discovery and 4 lessons lessons supported lessons supported the accepta
hands-on supported by MOV by MOV 1 and any by MOV 1 and any MOV
activities 1 and any 1 of the 1 of the other 1 of the other
within a range other acceptable acceptable MOV acceptable MOV
of physical MOV
learning
environments.

Timeliness

Performance Indicators
Weight
MFOs KRAs Objectives Timeline Very
per KRA Outstanding Satisfactory Unsatisf
QET Satisfactory
(5) (3) (2)
(4)
Basic 5. Exhibited June 2018 to Quality Exhibited effective Exhibited effective Exhibited effective Exhibited e
Education effective and March 2019 and constructive and constructive and constructive and constru
Services constructive behavior behavior behavior behavior
behavior management skills management skills management skills manageme
management by applying positive by applying positive by applying positive by applying
skills by and non-violent and non-violent and non-violent and non-vio
applying discipline to ensure discipline to ensure discipline to ensure discipline to
positive and learningfocused learningfocused learningfocused learningfoc
non-violent environments environments environments environmen
discipline to shown in MOV 1 shown in MOV 1 shown in MOV 1 shown in M
ensure with a rating of 8 with a rating of 7 with a rating of 6 with a ratin
learning-
focused
environments.
Efficiency Applied at least 7 Applied at least 7 Applied at least 7 Applied any
of the given of the given of the given given strate
strategies as strategies as strategies as observed in
observed in at least observed in 3 observed in 2 lesson
4 lessons lessons lessons

Timeliness
6. Worked June 2018 to Quality Worked with Worked with Worked with Worked wit
with March 2019 colleagues at least colleagues in the colleagues in the colleagues
colleagues to in the school level to department or evidence of
share district/cluster level share lesson grade level to share with others
differentiated, to share lesson lesson
developmental
ly appropriate
opportunities Efficiency Submitted at least Submitted at least Submitted at least Submitted
to address
1 lesson as 1 lesson as 1 lesson as 1 lesson, as
learners’
evidently shown in evidently shown in evidently shown in evidenced b
differences in
MOV 1 and MOV 1 and MOV 1 and MOV 2 or 3
gender,
supported by any supported by any supported by any evidence of
needs,
acceptable MOV acceptable MOV acceptable MOV with others
strengths,
interests and
experiences.

Timeliness
TO BE FILLED OUT DURING PLANNING

Performance Indicators
Weight
MFOs KRAs Objectives Timeline Very
per KRA Outstanding Satisfactory Unsatisf
QET Satisfactory
(5) (3) (2)
(4)
Basic 3. Curriculum 7. Developed June 2018 to Quality Developed and Developed and Developed and Developed
Education and Planning and applied March 2019 applied effective applied effective applied effective applied effe
Services effective strategies showing strategies showing strategies showing strategies s
strategies in developmentally - developmentally- developmentally- developme
the planning sequenced teaching sequenced teaching sequenced teaching sequenced
and and learning and learning and learning and learnin
management process as shown process as shown process as shown process as
of in MOV 1 with a in MOV 1 with a in MOV 1 with a in MOV 1 w
developmental rating of 8 rating of 7 rating of 6 rating of 5
ly sequenced
teaching and
learning
processes to Efficiency Submitted at least Submitted 2-3 Submitted 1 lesson Submitted
meet 4 lessons as lessons as as evidenced by as evidence
curriculum evidenced by MOV evidenced by MOV shown in MOV 1 any 1 of th
requirements 1 and 2 and 1 and 2 and and/or 2 and acceptable
and varied supported by any 1 supported by any 1 supported by any 1
teaching of the other of the other of the other
contexts. acceptable MOV acceptable MOV acceptable MOV

Timeliness
8. Reviewed June 2018 to Quality Consistently led Frequently led Occasionally led Rarely led
with March 2019 collaborative collaborative collaborative collaborativ
colleagues, reviews of teacher reviews of teacher reviews of teacher reviews of
teacher and and learner and learner and learner and learner
learner feedback as feedback as feedback as feedback a
feedback to evidenced by the evidenced by the evidenced by the evidenced b
plan, facilitate MOV submitted MOV submitted MOV submitted MOV subm
and enrich
teaching
practice.
Efficiency Submitted 4 Submitted 3 Submitted 2 Submitted
collaborative collaborative collaborative collaborativ
reviews of teacher reviews of teacher reviews of teacher of teacher
and learner and learner and learner learner feed
feedback as feedback as feedback as evidently sh
evidently shown in evidently shown in evidently shown in any of the
MOV 1 and MOV 1 and MOV 1 and acceptable
supported by any 1 supported by any 1 supported by any 1
of the acceptable of the acceptable of the acceptable
MOV MOV MOV

Timeliness

TO BE FILLED OUT DURING PLANNING

Performance Indicators
Weight
MFOs KRAs Objectives Timeline Very
per KRA Outstanding Satisfactory Unsatisf
QET Satisfactory
(5) (3) (2)
(4)
Basic 9. Advised and June 2018 to Quality Consistently Frequently advised Occasionally Rarely advi
Education guided March 2019 advised colleagues colleagues in the advised colleagues colleagues
Services colleagues in in the selection, selection, in the selection, selection,
the selection, organization, organization, organization, organizatio
organization, development and development and development and developme
development appropriate use of appropriate use of appropriate use of appropriate
and use of teaching and teaching and teaching and teaching an
appropriate learning resources learning resources learning resources learning res
teaching and as shown in the as shown in the as shown in the as shown in
learning MOV submitted MOV submitted MOV submitted MOV subm
resources,
including ICT,
to address
specific
learning goals. Efficiency Submitted at least Submitted 3 Submitted 2 Submitted
4 teaching and teaching and teaching and teaching an
learning resources learning resources learning resources learning res
as evidenced by at as evidenced by at as evidenced by at as evidence
least 1 of the least 1 of the least 1 of the any of the
acceptable MOV acceptable MOV acceptable MOV acceptable

Timeliness
4. Assessment 10. Worked June 2018 to Quality Consistently Frequently Occasionally Rarely revie
and reporting collaboratively March 2019 reviewed reviewed reviewed collaborativ
with collaboratively collaboratively collaboratively assessment
colleagues to assessment tools assessment tools assessment tools with colleag
review the with colleagues as with colleagues as with colleagues as shown in th
design, shown in the MOV shown in the MOV shown in the MOV submitted
selection, submitted submitte submitted
organization
and use of a
range of
effective
diagnostic, Efficiency Submitted at least Submitted 3 Submitted 2 Submitted
formative and 4 assessment tools assessment tools as assessment tools as assessment
summative as evidently shown evidently shown in evidently shown in evidently sh
assessment in any of the any of the any of the any of the
strategies acceptable MOV acceptable MOV acceptable MOV acceptable
consistent
with
curriculum
requirements.
Timeliness

TO BE FILLED OUT DURING PLANNING

Performance Indicators
Weight
MFOs KRAs Objectives Timeline Very
per KRA Outstanding Satisfactory Unsatisf
QET Satisfactory
(5) (3) (2)
(4)
Basic 11. June 2018 to Quality Consistently Frequently Occasionally Rarely colla
Education Interpreted March 2019 collaborated with collaborated with collaborated with with colleag
Services collaboratively colleagues in the colleagues in the colleagues in the the interpre
monitoring interpretation of interpretation of interpretation of of assessm
and evaluation assessment data as assessment data as assessment data as as shown in
strategies of shown in the MOV shown in the MOV shown in the MOV MOV subm
attainment submitted submitted submitted
data to
support
learner
progress and
achievement.
support
learner
progress and Efficiency Submitted at least Submitted at least Submitted at least Submitted
achievement. 2 different types of 3 of the same kind 2 of the same kind the MOV
MOV of MOV of MOV

Timeliness

12. Applied June 2018 to Quality Consistently Frequently applied Occasionally Rarely appl
skills in the March 2019 applied skills in the skills in the applied skills in the in the effec
effective effective effective effective communica
communicatio communication of communication of communication of learner nee
n of learner learner needs and learner needs and learner needs and progress to
needs, progress to progress to progress to parents/ gu
progress and parents/ guardians parents/ guardians parents/ guardians as shown in
achievement as shown in the as shown in the as shown in the MOV subm
to key MOV submitted MOV submitted MOV submitted
stakeholders,
including
parents/guardi
ans.
Efficiency Submitted at least Submitted any 3 Submitted any 2 Submitted
3 of the acceptable MOV MOV MOV
MOV

Timeliness

TO BE FILLED OUT DURING PLANNING

Performance Indicators
Weight
MFOs KRAs Objectives Timeline Very
per KRA Outstanding Satisfactory Unsatisf
QET Satisfactory
(5) (3) (2)
(4)
Basic 5. Plus Factor 13. Performed June 2018 to Quality Consistently Frequently Occasionally Rarely perf
Education various related March 2019 performed special performed special performed special special task
Services works/activitie tasks and/or tasks and/or tasks and/or assignment
s that assignments as assignments as assignments as shown in th
contribute to shown in the MOV shown in the MOV shown in the MOV submitted
the teaching- submitted submitted submitted
learning
process.

Efficiency Submitted at least Submitted only 3 Submitted only 2 Submitted


4 different kinds of different kinds of different kinds of the accepta
acceptable MOV acceptable MOV acceptable MOV MOV

Timelines
s
0.00%

ADJECTIVAL RATING EQUIVALENCES


RANGE ADJECTIVAL RATING
4.500 – 5.000 Outstanding
3.500 – 4.499 Very Satisfactory
2.500 – 3.499 Satisfactory
1.500 – 2.499 Unsatisfactory
below 1.499 Poor

Rater Ratee

PART IV: DEVELOPMENT PLANS OF THE IPCRF (IPCRF

Action Plan
Strenghts Development Needs (Recommended Developmenta
Intervention)

A: Teaching Competencies (PPST)

A: Teaching Competencies (PPST)


Rater Ratee
PCP No. ______ Revision Code: 00

Salary Grade

Effectivity Date
Page/s

ts in Education and 18 units for a Master’s degree in


on or Bachelor’s degree plus 18 professional units in
T-II)

ration within and across learning areas

and achievement
ersity
ment tools for the improvement of the teaching

ders in the educative process


s for self-growth and advancement
ng and observation, organizing/leading/serving

RF) for Master Teacher I-IV


ter:

iew:

TO BE FILLED OUT DURING EVALUATION

Rating Score
Actual
sfactory Poor Results
Q E T Ave
2) (1)

effective No acceptable
ns of evidence was
nowledge shown
d across
m teaching
shown in
th a
5
d1 No acceptable
s evidence was
d by MOV shown
lleagues
orted by
he other
n

d MOV No acceptable
pleted in evidence was
arter shown

action No acceptable
with evidence was
s shown

d any 1 No acceptable
evidence was
shown

the No acceptable
report evidence was
rating shown

TO BE FILLED OUT DURING EVALUATION

Rating Score
Actual
sfactory Poor Results
Q E T Ave
2) (1)

ted No acceptable
aching evidence was shown
o promote
creative
s well as
erorder
ills as
MOV 1 with
5

1 lesson as No acceptable
hown in evidence was shown
supported
he other

and No acceptable
fective evidence was
m shown
ent
that
arners in
tasks
fferent
earning
ents as
MOV 1
ing of 5
d any 1 of No acceptable
table evidence was
shown

Rating Score
Actual
sfactory Poor Results
Q E T Ave
2) (1)

effective No acceptable
ructive evidence was
shown
ent skills
ng positive
violent
to ensure
ocused
ents
MOV 1
ing of 5

ny of the No acceptable
tegies as evidence was
in only 1 shown

with No acceptable
s but no evidence was
of sharing shown
rs

d at least No acceptable
as evidence was
d by either shown
3 but no
of sharing
rs
TO BE FILLED OUT DURING EVALUATION

Rating Score
Actual
sfactory Poor Results
Q E T Ave
2) (1)

d and No acceptable
fective evidence was
showing shown
entally-
d teaching
ng
s shown
with a
5

d 1 lesson No acceptable
ced by evidence was
he shown
e MOV

No acceptable
ive evidence was
f teacher shown
er
as
d by the
mitted

d1 No acceptable
ive review evidence was
r and shown
edback as
shown in
e
e MOV

TO BE FILLED OUT DURING EVALUATION

Rating Score
Actual
sfactory Poor Results
Q E T Ave
2) (1)
vised No acceptable
s in the evidence was
shown
on,
ent and
te use of
and
esources
in the
mitted

d1 No acceptable
and evidence was
esource shown
ced by
e
e MOV

viewed No acceptable
ively evidence was
nt tools shown
agues as
the MOV

d1 No acceptable
nt tool as evidence was
shown in shown
e
e MOV

TO BE FILLED OUT DURING EVALUATION

Rating Score
Actual
sfactory Poor Results
Q E T Ave
2) (1)

laborated No acceptable
agues in evidence was
retation shown
ment data
in the
mitted
d any 1 of No acceptable
evidence was
shown

No acceptable
evidence was
shown

plied skills No acceptable


ective evidence was
cation of shown
eeds and
to
guardians
in the
mitted

d any 1 No acceptable
evidence was
shown

TO BE FILLED OUT DURING EVALUATION

Rating Score
Actual
sfactory Poor Results
Q E T Ave
2) (1)

rformed No acceptable
sks and/or evidence was
nts as shown
the MOV

d any 1 of No acceptable
table evidence was
shown

RATING FOR OVERALL


ACCOMPLISHMENTS
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