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University of Northeastern

Philippines
Iriga City

College of Education

Subject
Professor
Chapter

: THE TEACHING PROFESSION


: MR. ANTHONY C. VISTA
: 2 Lesson 1

Topic

: The National Competency-Based Teacher Standards

Name

: Group 7, (Sao, Cepe, Arroyo, Ilano, Ailes)

Date

: JULY 31, 2016

Domain # 5. Planning, Assessing and Reporting


The domain of Planning, Assessing and Reporting refers to the alignment of
assessment and planning activities. In particular, the domain focuses on the (1) use of
assessment data to plan and revise teaching-learning plans, (2) the integration of
assessment procedures in the plan and implementation of teaching-learning activities,
and (3) reporting on learners actual achievement and behavior.
NCBTS Domain #5/Strand
Code of Ethics for Professional Teachers
5.1 Communicates promptly and Article V The Teacher and the Teaching
clearly to learners, parents, and Community
superiors about the progress of Section 3. Before leaving his position, a teacher
learners.
shall organize and leave to his successor such
records and other data as are necessary to carry
Indicators:
on the work
5.1.1 Shows proof of instructional
planning
Article VIII The Teachers and the Learners
5.1.2 Implements instructional Section 1. A teacher has the right and duly to
plan
determine the academic marks and the
5.1.3 Demonstrates ability to promotion of learners in the subjects they handle.
cope with varied teaching Such determination shall be in accordance with
milieu
generally accepted producers of evaluation and
measurement. In case of any complaint, teachers
concerned shall immediately take appropriate
action, observing the process.
Section 6. A teacher shall base the evaluation of
the learner's work on merit and qualify of
academic performance.

Section 9. A teacher shall insure that conditions


contributive to the maximum development of
learners are adequate, and shall extend needed
assistance in preventing or solving learner's
problems and difficulties.
Article IX The Teacher and Parents
Section 1. A teacher shall establish and
maintain cordial relations with parents, and shall
conduct himself to merit their confidence and
respect.
Section 2. A teacher shall inform parents,
through proper authorities. Of the progress or
deficiencies of learners under him, exercising
utmost candor and tact in pointing out learners'
deficiencies and in seeking parent's cooperation
for the proper guidance and improvement of
learners.
Section 3. A teacher shall hear parents
complaints with sympathy and understanding,
and shall discourage unfair criticism.
5.2 Develop and uses a variety of Article III The Teacher and the Community
appropriate
assessment Section 1. A teacher is a facilitator of learning
strategies to monitor and evaluate and of the development of the youth; he shall,
learning.
therefore, render the best services by providing
an environment conducive to such learning and
Indicators:
growth.
5.2.1 Prepares formative and
summative tests in line with Article IV The Teacher and the Profession
the curriculum
Section 2. Every teacher shall uphold the
5.2.2
Employ
non-traditional highest possible standards of quality education,
assessment
techniques shall make the best preparation for the career of
(portfolio, journals, rubrics, teaching, and shall be at his best at all times in
etc)
the practice of his profession.
5.2.3
Interprets
and
uses
assessment
results
to Article VIII The Teachers and the Learners
improve
teaching
and Section I. A teacher has the right and duly to
learning
determine the academic marks and the
5.2.4 Identifies teaching-learning promotion of learners in the subjects they handle.
difficulties and possible Such determination shall be in accordance with
causes
and
take generally accepted producers of evaluation and
appropriate
action
to measurement. In case of any complaint, teachers
address them
concerned shall immediately take appropriate
5.2.5 Uses tools for assessing action,
observing
the
process.
authentic learning
Section 2. A teacher shall recognize that the
interest and welfare of learners are his first and
foremost concern, and shall handle each learner
justly and impartially.
Section 6. A teacher shall base the evaluation of

the learner's work on merit and qualify of


academic performance.

5.3 Monitors regularly and


provides feedback on learners
understanding of content
Indicators:
5.3.1 Provide timely and accurate
feedback to learners to
encourage them to reflect
on and monitor their own
learning growth
5.3.2 Keeps accurate records of
grades/performance levels
of learners
5.3.3 Conduct regular meetings
with learners and parents
to reports learners
progress
5.3.4 Involves parents to
participate in school
activities that promote
learning

Section 9. A teacher shall insure that conditions


contributive to the maximum development of
learners are adequate, and shall extend needed
assistance in preventing or solving learner's
problems and difficulties.
Article VIII The Teachers and the Learners
Section I. A teacher has the right and duly to
determine the academic marks and the
promotion of learners in the subjects they handle.
Such determination shall be in accordance with
generally accepted producers of evaluation and
measurement. In case of any complaint, teachers
concerned shall immediately take appropriate
action,
observing
the
process.
Section 2. A teacher shall recognize that the
interest and welfare of learners are his first and
foremost concern, and shall handle each learner
justly and impartially.
Section 6. A teacher shall base the evaluation of
the learner's work on merit and qualify of
academic performance.
Section 9. A teacher shall insure that conditions
contributive to the maximum development of
learners are adequate, and shall extend needed
assistance in preventing or solving learner's
problems and difficulties.
Article IX The Teacher and Parents
Section 1. A teacher shall establish and
maintain cordial relations with parents, and shall
conduct himself to merit their confidence and
respect.
Section 2. A teacher shall inform parents,
through proper authorities. Of the progress or
deficiencies of learners under him, exercising
utmost candor and tact in pointing out learners'
deficiencies and in seeking parent's cooperation
for the proper guidance and improvement of
learners.
Section 3. A teacher shall hear parents
complaints with sympathy and understanding,
and shall discourage unfair criticism.