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OFFICE PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM

Name of Employee: Name of Rater:


Position: Position:
Review Period: Date of review:
Bureau/center/Division:

TO BE FILLED IN DURING PLANNING

Major Final Outputs Key Reult Areas Performance Indicators


Objectives Timeline Weight
(MFOs) (KRAs)
Outstanding Very Satisfactory Satisafactory
(SY 2017- Achieved 0-2% Achieved 3-4% Achieved 5-6%
2018) Drop-out rate Drop-out rate Drop-out rate
1. Achieved 0% Drop-Out Rate 10%

(SY 2017- 10% and above of 7% and above of 5% and above of


2018) the students the students the students
Learning Outcomes 2. Increased Academic
Performance across 10% achieved 90-95 achieved 90-95 achieved 90-95
(30%) General Average General Average General Average
learningareas

(SY 2017- Achieved 95-100% Achieved 90-94% Achieved 85-89%


2018) enrollment rate enrollment rate enrollment rate
3. Achieved 100% enrollment 10%
rate

1. Initiated PPAs that promote a (SY 2017- Achieved 6-7 goals Achieved 4-5 goals Achieved 3 goals of
child-friendly learning 2018) of a child-friendly of a child-friendly a child-friendly
Basic Education Services environment school school school
5%

2. Led the improvement of (SY 2017- Initiated the Initiated the Initiated the
educational facilities 2018) acquisition of 80% acquisition of 60% acquisition of 40%
Learning of the equipment of the equipment of the equipment
Environment (15%) 5% needed for the TVL needed for the TVL needed for the TVL
offerings offerings offerings

3. Implemented the Child (SY 2017- Achieved the 15-17 Achieved the 12-14 Achieved the 9-11
Protection Policy 2018) indicators of safe indicators of safe indicators of safe
and protective and protective and protective
5% spaces for children spaces for children spaces for children

(SY 2017- Achieved 7-8 Achieved 5-6 Achieved 3-4


2018) indicators of raising indicators of raising indicators of raising
1. Improved teachers teaching teachers morale teachers morale teachers morale
8% and motivation and motivation and motivation
comptencies.

(SY 2017- Teachers Teachers Teachers


2018) demonstrated 6-7 demonstrated 4-5 demonstrated 3
2. Analyzed Teacher needs domains of the domains of the domains of the
Human Resource based on NCBTS 6% NCBTS NCBTS NCBTS
Management and
Development (20%)
(SY 2017- Conducted 5 Conducted 4 Conducted 3
2018) activities in activities in activities in
recognizing recognizing recognizing
3. Recognized Teachers' teachers' teachers' teachers'
6% accomplishment accomplishment accomplishment
accomplishment.

1. Sustain and strengthen (SY 2017- Accomplished MOA Accomplished MOA Accomplished MOA
partnership with external 2018) with 5 partner with 4 partner with 3 partner
stakeholders industries for job industries for job industries for job
immersion immersion immersion
3%

2. Acquired support from (SY 2017- Acquired 200,00.00 Acquired Acquired


stakeholders in the 2018) pesos and above 150,000.00- 100,000.00-
Parents Involvement implementation of Programs finacial support 199,000.00 pesos 149,000.00 pesos
and Community and Projects from the and above finacial and above finacial
Education Governance Partnerships (10%) 3% stakeholders support from the support from the
stakeholders stakeholders
Parents Involvement
and Community
Education Governance Partnerships (10%)

3. Communicated school (SY 2017- Conducted 4 PTA Conducted 3 PTA Conducted 2 PTA
accomplishment generating 2018) General Assembly General Assembly General Assembly
through school report
4%

1. Completed the E-SIP (SY 2017- Crafted 100% of the Crafted 95-99% of Crafted 90-94% of
collaborating with stakeholders 2018) E-SIP collaborating the E-SIP the E-SIP
with the collaborating with collaborating with
10% stakeholders the stakeholders the stakeholders

2. Submitted timely 100% (SY 2017- Submitted timely Submitted timely Submitted timely
MOOE liquidation report. 2018) 100% MOOE 95-99% MOOE 90-94% MOOE
School Leadership liquidation report liquidation report liquidation report
Management and 7%
Operations (25%)

2. Implemented all DepEd (SY 2017- Implemented 5 Implemented 4 Implemented 3


program and projects. 2018) DepEd Programs of DepEd Programs of DepEd Programs of
Projects Projects Projects
8%

Ratee: Conferred With: Approved:

__________________ EDNA P. ABUAN PhD JESSIE L. AMIN, CESO V


Principal II Assistant Schools Division Superintendent Schools Division Superintenden
COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM

TO BE FILLED DURING EVALUATION

Performance Indicators ACTUAL RESULTS Rating Score


Unsatisfactory Poor Q E T Ave
Achieved 7-8% Achieved 9-10%
Drop-out rate Drop-out rate

3% and above of 1% and above of


the students the students
achieved 90-95 achieved 90-95
General Average General Average

Achieved 80-84% Achieved 75-79%


enrollment rate enrollment rate

Achieved 2 goals of Achieved 1 goal of a


a child-friendly child-friendly school
school

Initiated the Initiated the


acquisition of 20% acquisition of 0% of
of the equipment the equipment
needed for the TVL needed for the TVL
offerings offerings

Achieved the 6-8 Achieved the 3-5


indicators of safe indicators of safe
and protective and protective
spaces for children spaces for children

Achieved 2 Achieved 1 indicator


indicators of raising of raising teachers
teachers morale morale and
and motivation motivation

Teachers Teachers
demonstrated 2 demonstrated 1
domains of the domain of the
NCBTS NCBTS

Conducted 2 Conducted 1
activities in activity in
recognizing recognizing
teachers' teachers'
accomplishment accomplishment

Accomplished MOA Accomplished MOA


with 2 partner with1 partner
industries for job industries for job
immersion immersion

Acquired 50,000.00- Acquired 49,000.00


99,000.00 pesos pesos and above
and above finacial finacial support
support from the from the
stakeholders stakeholders
Conducted 1 PTA No PTA General
General Assembly Assembly

Crafted 85-89% of Crafted 84% and


the E-SIP below of the E-SIP
collaborating with collaborating with
the stakeholders the stakeholders

Submitted timely Submitted timely


85-89% MOOE 84% and below
liquidation report MOOE liquidation
report

Implemented 2 Implemented 1
DepEd Programs of DepEd Programs of
Projects Projects

Overall Rating for Accomplishment


Adjectival Rating

JESSIE L. AMIN, CESO V


Schools Division Superintendent
RPMS-DNCBTS Tool for Master Teachers I-II
Name of Employee:
Position:
Review Period:
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Major Final Output Key Reult Areas Weight Means of Verification Performanc
Objectives
(MFOs) (KRAs) (MOV)
Outstanding (5)

1. Modeled effective Modeled at least 4


applications of content lessons, preferably
knowledge within and across 1. classroom observation feedback distributed across
curriculum teaching areas. about effective applications of content quarters, as
knowledge within and across curriculum evidently shown in
teaching areas with COT rating of at MOV 1 and
least level 7 supported by any 1
of the other MOV
given

2. Lesson plans/modified DLLs used in


demonstration teaching highlighting
integration of content knowledge within
and across subject areas

3. Instructional materials developed


9 highlighting effective application of
content knowledge within and across
subject areas

4. performance tasks/Test material/s


used in demonstration teaching
highlighting integration of content
knowledge within and across subject
areas

5. Results of assessment used in


demonstration teaching highlighting
mastery of lessons learned
6. Others (Please specify)
2. Collaborated with colleagues Conducted and
in the conduct and application completed action
of research to enrich knowledge research with
of content and pedagogy. colleagues within
1. Copy of the research proposal the present school
focused on enriching knowledge of year as evidently
content and pedagogy shown in at least 4
of the given MOV

2. Proof of participation and/or


contribution to a collaborative research
(e.g. e-mails, actual output submitted,
8 terms of reference, etc.)

3. Certified completed collaborative


research focused on enriching
knowledge of content and pedagogy
4. Proof of dissemination of research
findings with colleagues
5. Proof of utilization of research
findings
6. Others (please specify)
3. Developed and applied 8 Demonstrated 4 or
efective teaching strategies to more lessons,
promote critical and creative preferably
thinking, as well as other distributed across
higher-order thinking skills. quarters, as
1. Classroom observation feedback about
using effective teaching strategies to promote evidently shown in
critical and creative teaching, as well as other MOV 1 and
higher-order thinking skills with COT rating of supported by any 1
at least level 7 of the other MOV
given
evidently shown in
MOV 1 and
supported by any 1
of the other MOV
given

2. Lesson plans/modified DLLs used in


demonstration teaching highlighting
diferent teaching strategies that
develop critical and creative thinking
and/ or other HOTS

3. Instructional materials highlighting


different teaching strategies that
develop critical and creative thinking
and/or other HOTS

4. Performance tasks/Test material/s


used in demonstration teaching
5. Results of assessment used in
teaching
6. Others (please specify)
4. Worked with colleagues to 9 1. Classroom observation feedback Modeled and
model and share effective about sharing effective techniques in shared effective
techniques in the management the management of classroom structure classroom
of classroom structure to with COT rating of at least level 4. management
engage learners, individually or strategies that
in groups, in meaningful engage learners in
exploration, discovery and activities/tasks
hands-on activities within a done in different
range of physical learning 2. Lesson plan/s modified DLLs used in physical learning
environments. demonstration teaching highlighting environments as
effective classroom management evidently shown in
strategies that engage learners in at least 4 lessons
activities/tasks in different physical supported by MOV
learning environment 1 and any 1 of the
other acceptable
MOV

3. Minutes of LAC highlighting the


sharing on effective classroom
management techniques

4. Instructional materials used in


demonstration teaching

5. Others (please specify)


5. Exhibited effective and 8 Classrooms observation feedback (with Evidently applied at
constructive behavior COT rating of at least level 7) about least 7 of the given
management skills by applying effective teacher management of strategies as
positive and non-violent learner behavior using the following observed in atleast
discipline to ensure learning- strategies: 4 lessons
focused environments.

1. Providing motivation
2. Praising the learners/Giving positive
feedback
3. Setting house rules/guidelines

4. Ensuring learner's active participation

5. Allowing learners to express their


ideas/opinions

6. Giving equal opportunities to learners

7. Encouraging learners to ask questions

8. Others
1. Minutes of LAC session/s, highlighting Worked with
one's sharing of strategies on colleagues at least
differentiated and developmentally- in the
6. Worked with colleagues to appropriate opportunities to address district/cluster level
share differentiated, learner differences to share at least 1
developmentally appropriate lesson as evidently
opportunities to address shown in MOV 1
learner differences in gender, and supported by
needs, strengths, interests, and any acceptable
experiences. MOV
shown in MOV 1
and supported by
any acceptable
MOV

2. Lesson plans/modified DLLs


highlighting strategies on differentiated
and developmentally-appropriate
opportunities to address learner
differences

3. Corresponding instructional materials


showing differentiated and
developmentally-appropriate
opportunities to address learner
differences

6 4. others (please specify)


7. Developed and applied 7 Developed and
effective strategies in the applied effective
planning and management of 1. Classroom observation feedback strategies in at least
developmentally sequenced about using effective strategies in 4 lessons showing
teaching and learning process implementing developmentally developmentally-
to meet curriculum sequenced teaching and learning sequenced teaching
requirements and varied process with COT rating of at least level and learning
teaching contexts. 7 process as evidently
shown in MOV 1
and 2 and
2. Results of learners' assessment supported by any 1
during the actual teaching of the other
acceptable MOV

3. Lesson plans/modified DLLs used in


demonstration teaching highlighting
developmentally-sequenced teaching-
learning process

4. Instructional materials showing


effective strategies in developmentally-
sequenced teaching and learning
process

5. Performance tasks/test material/s


used in demonstration teaching
6. Other (please specify)
8. Reviewed with colleagues 7 Led 4 collaborative
teacher and learner feedback to 1. Implement LAC/FGD Plan reviews of teacher
plan, facilitate and enrich and learner
teaching practice. feedback as
2. Minute of LAC/FGD sessions on use of evidently shown in
teacherand learner feedback to enrich MOV 1 and
teaching practice with proof of supported by any 1
attendance. of the acceptable
MOV
3. Others (please specify)

9. Advised and guided 1. Teaching and learning resources Advised colleagues


colleagues in the selection, developed by colleagues and critiqued in the selection,
organization, development and on their alignment to learning goals. organization,
use of appropriate teaching and development and
learning resources including ICT, appropriate use of
to address specific learning at least 4 teaching
goals. 2. Lesson plans by colleagues critiqued and learning
in terms of the alignment of the resources as
teaching and learning resources to the evidently shown in
indicated learning goals and at least 1 of the
appropriateness to the target learners acceptable MOV

3. Others (please specify)


10. Worked collaboratively with Reviewed
colleagues to review the design, collaboratively with
selection, organization and used 1. Any proof of collaboration review if colleagues at least 4
the test is designed based on its
of a range of effctive diagnostic, assessment tools as
purpose (e.g. diagnostic, formative and
formative and summative evidently shown in
summative)
assessment. any if the
acceptable MOV
2. Any proof of collaborative review of
the alignment of the test with the
curriculum

2.1. formative test attached to a


lesson plan
2.2.summative assessment with TOS
2.3. diagnostic test with its TOS
3. Others (please specify)
11. Interpreted collaboratively 1. Collaborative interpretation of the
monitoring and evaluation index of mastery obtained from 1 class
strategies of attainment data to
support learner progress and
achievement. 2. Collaborative interpretation of item
analysis of quarterly examinations

Collaborated with
3. Collaborative interpretation of results colleagues in the
of performance assessment interpretation of
assessment data as
evidently shown in
at least 2 different
4. others (please specify) types of MOV
12. Applied skills in the effective 1. Sample agreement for learners at risk Provided at least 4
communication of learner signed by parents and corresponding of the acceptable
needs, progress and evidence of improvement MOV that show
achievement to key application of skills
stakeholders, including in the effective
parents/guardians. communication of
learner needs and
progress to
parents/guardians.

2. Record of dialogue and/or parent-


teacher conferences and corresponding
evidence of improvement

3. Anecdotal record comminicated to


and signed by the learners and/or
parents with corresponding evidence of
improvement

4. Sample of learners' test results signed


by parents and corresponding evidence
of improvement

5. Sample of accomplished rubrics given


for performance task and corresponding
evidence of improvement
6. Attendance sheet/minutes of parent-
teacher conference

7. Signed report cards of students at risk


with corresponding evidence of
improvement

8. correspondence notebook/letters/
proof of communication using other
modalities (e.g. e-mail, SMS, etc, ) and
corresponding evidence of
improvement
9. Learners' performance record
10. Others (Please Specify)
Showed at least 4
different kinds of
1. Served as reliever of classes in the acceptable MOV
13. Performed special tasks absence of teachers and served as OIC
and/or assignments. in the absence of the principal
2. Represented the principal in
meetings and conferences

3. Observed classes of Teachers I-III

4. Assisted the school selection


committee in the evaluation of
credetials when hiring or promoting
teachers
5. Certificate of Recognition and
Appearance
6. Certificate of Training
7. Certificate of speakership
8. Committee involvement

9. Advisorship of Co-curricular activities


10. Authorship
11. Coordinatorship/chairmanship
12. Coaching and mentoring learners in
competitions
13. Mentoring pre-service/in-service
teachers
14. Others (Please specify)

______________________
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Ratee

______________________
______________________
Approving Authority
chers I-II
Name of Rater:
Position:
Date of review:

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ACTUAL RESULTS

Performance Indicators AVE Rating Score

Very Satisfactory (4) Satisafactory (3) Unsatisfac Poor Q E T


tory (2) (1)

Modeled 3lessons, Modeled 2 lessons, Modeled No


preferably preferably 1 lesson, , acceptable
distributed across distributed across as evidence is
quarters, as quarters, as evidently shown
evidently shown in evidently shown in shown in
MOV 1 from MOV 1 from MOV 1
colleagues and colleagues and from
supported by any 1 supported by any 1 colleagues
of the other MOV of the other MOV and
given given supported
by any 1
of the
other
MOV
given

Conducted action Conducted action Conducte No


research within the research with d action acceptable
present school year colleagues within research evidence is
with colleagues as the present school colleagues shown
evidently shown in year as evidently within
at least 3 of the shown in any 2 the
acceptable MOV MOV present
school
year as
evidently
shown in
any 1
MOV

Demonstrated 3 Demonstrated 2 Demonstr No


lessons, preferably lessons, preferably ated 1 acceptable
distributed across distributed across lessons, evidence is
quarters, as quarters, as as shown
evidently shown in evidently shown in evidently
MOV 1 and MOV 1 and shown in
supported by any 1 supported by any 1 MOV 1
of the other MOV of the other MOV and
given given supported
by any 1
of the
MOV 1 and MOV 1 and shown in
supported by any 1 supported by any 1 MOV 1
of the other MOV of the other MOV and
given given supported
by any 1
of the
other
MOV
given

Modeled and Modeled and Modeled No


shared effective shared effective and acceptable
classroom classroom shared evidence is
management management effective shown
strategies that strategies that classroom
engage learners in engage learners in managem
activities/tasks activities/tasks ent
done in different done in different strategies
physical learning physical learning that
environments as environments as engage
evidently shown in evidently shown in learners in
at least 3 lessons at least 3 lessons activities/t
supported by MOV supported by MOV asks done
1 and any 1 of the 1 and any 1 of the in
other acceptable other acceptable different
MOV MOV physical
learning
environm
ents as
evidently
shown in
any of the
acceptabl
e MOV

Evidently applied at Evidently applied at Evidently No


least 7 of the given least 7 of the given applied acceptable
strategies as strategies as any of the evidence is
observed in 3 observed in 2 given shown
lessons lessons strategies
as
observed
in only 1
lesson

Worked with Worked with Prepared No


colleagues in the colleagues in the at least 1 acceptable
school level to department or lesson, as evidence is
share at least 1 grade level to share evidenced shown
lesson as evidently at least 1 lesson as by either
shown in MOV 1 evidently shown in MOV 2 or
and supported by MOV 1 and 3 but no
any acceptable supported by any evidence
MOV acceptable MOV of sharing
with
others
and supported by MOV 1 and 3 but no
any acceptable supported by any evidence
MOV acceptable MOV of sharing
with
others

Developed and Developed and Developed No


applied effective applied effective and acceptable
strategies in 2-3 strategies in 1 applied evidence is
lessons showing lesson showing strategies shown
developmentally- developmentally- in 1 lesson
sequenced teaching sequenced teaching showing
and learning and learning developm
process as evidently process as evidently entally-
shown in MOV 1 shown in MOV 1 sequence
and 2 and and/or 2 and d teaching
supported by any 1 supported by any 1 and
of the other of the other learning
acceptable MOV acceptable MOV process as
evidently
shown in
any of the

acceptabl
e MOV

Led 3 collaborative Led 2 collaborative Led 1 No


reviews of teacher reviews of teacher collabora acceptable
and learner and learner tive evidence is
feedback as feedback as review of shown
evidently shown in evidently shown in teacher
MOV 1 and MOV 1 and and
supported by any 1 supported by any 1 learner
of the acceptable of the acceptable feedback
MOV MOV as
evidently
shown in
any of the
acceptabl
Advised colleagues Advised colleagues Advised
e MOV No
in the selection, in the selection, colleagues acceptable
organization, organization, in the evidence is
development and development and selection, shown
appropriate use of 3 appropriate use of 2 organizati
teaching and teaching and on,
learning resources learning resources developm
as evidently shown as evidently shown ent and
in at least 1 of the in at least 1 of the appropriat
acceptable MOV acceptable MOV e use of 1
teaching
and
learning
resources
as
evidently
shown in
any of the
Reviewed Reviewed Reviewed
acceptabl No
collaboratively with collaboratively with collaborati
e MOV acceptable
colleagues 3 colleagues 2 vely with evidence is
assessment tools as assessment tools as colleagues shown
evidently shown in evidently shown in 1
any if the any if the assessmen
acceptable MOV acceptable MOV t tool as
evidently
shown in
any if the
acceptabl
e MOV
Collaborated with Collaborated with Collaborat No
colleagues in the colleagues in the ed with acceptable
interpretation of interpretation of colleagues evidence is
assessment data as assessment data as in the shown
evidently shown in evidently shown in interpreta
at least 3 of the at least 2 of the tion of
same kind of MOV same kind of MOV assessmen
t data as
evidently
shown in
any one
of the
MOV

Provided any 3 Provided any 2 MOV Provided No


MOV that show that show any 1 of acceptable
application of skills application of skills the evidence is
in the effective in the effective acceptabl shown
communication of communication of e MOV
learner needs and learner needs and that show
progress to progress to applicatio
parents/guardians. parents/guardians. n of skills
in the
effective
communic
ation of
learner
needs and
progress
to
parents/g
uardians.

Showed only 3 Showed only 2 Showed No


different kinds of different kinds of any 1 acceptable
acceptable MOV acceptable MOV different evidence is
kinds of shown
acceptabl
e MOV
___________________________
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Rater

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thority
INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM (TEACHER I
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Major Final Output Key Reult Areas Means of Verification Performance Ind
Objectives Weight
(MFOs) (KRAs) (MOV)
Outstanding (5) Very Satisfactory (4)

Applied knowledge of content Showed knowledge Showed knowledge


within and across curriculum of content and its of content and its
teaching areas integration within integration within
1. Classroom observation feedback and across subject and across subject
about knowledge of content within and areas as evidently areas as evidently
across curriculum teaching areas with shown in at least 4 shown in 3 lessons
COT rating of atleast level 6 . lessons using MOV using MOV 1 and
1 and supported by supported by any 1
any 1 of the other of the other given
2. Lesson plans/modified DLLs given MOV MOV
developed highlighting integration of
content knowledge within and across
subject areas
9

3. Instructional materials highlighting


mastery of content and its integration in
other subject areas

4. performance tasks/Test material/s


highlighting integration of content
knowledge within and across subject
areas
5. Others (Please specify)
Used a range of teaching Facilitated at least 4 Facilitated 3
strategies that enhance learner learner-centered learner-centered
achievement in literacy ad lessons using lessons using
numeracy skills. 1. Classroom observation feedback different teaching different teaching
about teaching strategies that promote strategies that strategies that
literacy and numeracy skills with COT promote reading, promote reading,
rating of atleast level 6. writing and/or writing and/or
numeracy skills as numeracy skills as
evidently shown in evidently shown in
MOV 1 and MOV 1 and
supported by any 1 supported by any 1
2. Lesson plans/modified DLLs used in of the other MOV of the other MOV
teaching highlighting learner-centered given given
strategies that promote literacy and/or
8 numeracy skills
Content Knowledge
and Pedagogy
3. Instructional materials highlighting
learner-centered strategies that
promote literacy and/or numeracy skills
4. Performance tasks/Test material/s
used in teaching
5. Results of assessment used in
teaching
6. Others (please specify)
3. Applied a range of teaching Used different Used different
strategies to develop critical teaching strategies teaching strategies
and creative thinking as well as that devvelop that devvelop
other higher-order thinking 1. Classroom observation feedback critical and creative critical and creative
skills about teaching strategies that develop thinking and/or thinking and/or
critical and creative thinking, and/or HOTS in at least 4 HOTS in 3 lessons as
higher-order thinking skills with COT lessons as evidently evidently shown in
rating of atleast level 6. shown in MOV 1 MOV 1 and
and supported by supported by any 1
any 1 of the other of the other given
given MOV MOV
2. Lesson plans/modified DLLs used in
teaching highlighting diferent teaching
strategies that develop critical and
8 creative thinking and/ or other HOTS
8

3. Instructional materials highlighting


different teaching strategies that
develop critical and creative thinking
and/or other HOTS
4. Performance tasks/Test material/s
used in teaching
5. Results of assessment used in
teaching
6. Others (please specify)
4. Managed classroom structure 1. Classroom observation feedback Used Classroom Used Classroom
to engage learners, individually about knowledge of managing management management
or in groups, in meaningful classroom structure that engages strategies that strategies that
exploration, discovery and learners in various activities with COT engage learners in engage learners in
hands-on activities within the rating of at least level 6. activities /tasks as activities /tasks as
available physical learning evidently shown in evidently shown in
environments at least 4 lessons 3 lessons supported
supported by MOV by MOV 1 and any 1
2. Lesson plan/s modified DLLs 1 and any 1 of the of the other
9 highlighting various classroom other acceptable acceptable MOV
management strategies that engage MOV
learners in activities/tasks in different
phisycal learning environments

3. Others (please specify)


5. Managed learner behavior Classrooms observation feedback (with Evidently applied at Evidently applied at
constructively by applying COT rating of at least level 6) about least 4 of the given least 4 of the given
positive and non-violent teacher management of learner strategies as strategies as
discipline to ensure learning- behavior using the following strategies observed in at least observed in 3
focused environments. 4 lessons lessons

1. Providing motivation
2. Praising the learners/Giving positive
8 feedback
3. Setting house rules/guidelines

4. Ensuring learner's active participation

Learning 5. Allowing learners to express their


ideas/opinions
Environment
6. Giving equal opportunities to learners
and Diversity
of Learners 7. Encouraging learners to ask questions

8. Others (Please specify)


1. Classroom observation feedback Applied at least 4 Applied 3
about knowledge and understanding of diferentiated diferentiated
differentiated teaching with COT rating teaching strategies teaching strategies
of at least level 6 to address learner to address learner
6. Used differentiated, diversity in at least diversity in 2
developmentally appropriate 2 lessons as lessons as
learning experiences to address evvidently shown in evvidently shown in
learners' gender, needs, MOV 1 and MOV 1 and
strengths,, interests and supported by and 1 supported by and 1
experiences. of the other of the other
acceptable MOV acceptable MOV
2. Lesson plans/modified DLLs
highlighting differentiation in content,
product, process, learning environment
or other according to learners' gender,
8 needs, strenghts, interests and
experiences

3. Instructional materials developed


showing differentiation in content,
product process, learning environment
or others according learners' gender,
needs, strenghts, interests, and
experiences

4. Others (Please specify)


7. Planned, managed and Planned and Planned and
implemented developmentally implemented at implemented 3
sequenced teaching and least 4 developmentally
learning process to meet 1. Classroom observation feedback developmentally sequenced teaching
curriculum requirements and about using developmentally sequenced teaching and learning
varied teaching contexts. sequenced teaching and learning and learning process evidently
process with COT rating of at least level process evidently shown in MOV 1
6 shown in MOV 1 and supported by
and supported by any 1 of the other
any 1 of the other given MOV
given MOV

2. Lesson plans/modified DLLs


7 highlighting developmentally
sequenced instruction that meet
curriculum goals and varied teaching
contexts

3. Instructional materials used to


implement developmentally sequenced
teaching and learning process to meet
curriculum requirements

4. Others (Please specify)


8. Participated in colleggial
discussions that use teacher 1. Personal notes o teachers on
and learner feedback to enrich LACs/FGDs/meetings with proof of
teaching practice. attendance

Curriculum and 7 2. Minute of LAC/FGD sessions on use of


Participated actively Participated actively
in at least 4 in 3
Planning teacherand learner feedback to enrich LACs/GDs/meetings LACs/GDs/meetings
teaching practice with proo of to discuss to discuss
attendance. teacher/learner teacher/learner
3. Others (please specify) feedback to enrich feedback to enrich
instruction instruction
1. Classroom observation feedback Developed and used Developed and used
about using appropriate teaching and at least 4 varied 3 varied teaching
learning resources, including ICT, with teaching and and learning
COT rating at least level 6 Examples: learning resources, resources, including
9. Selected, developed, including ICT, to ICT, to address
organized and used appropriate address learning learning goals as
teaching and learning goals as evidently evidently shown in
resources, including ICT, to shown in MOV 1 MOV 1 and
address learning goals and supported by supported by any 1
> Activity sheets/task sheets/work any 1 of the of the acceptable
sheets acceptable MOV MOV

> Powerpoint presentations


6
> video clips
> Module

> SIMs-Strategic Intervention Materials


> Others

2. Lesson Plans/modified DLLs with


appropriate instructional materials
appended
3. Others (please specify)
10. Designed selected, 1. Prepared lesson plans/modified DLLs Showed at least 4 Showed 3 varied
organized and used giagnostic, highlighting appropriate use of varied assessment assessment tolls
formative and summative formative assessment strategies tolls that have been that have been
assessment strategies utilized by the utilized by the
consistent with curriculum learners as learners as
requirements. evidently shown in evidently shown in
any 1 of the any 1 of the
2. Developed diagnostics tests: (a) with acceptable MOV acceptable MOV
TOS reviewed by superior; (b) with
sample accomplished

7
3. Developed summative tests: (a) with
TOS reviewed by superior; (b) with
sample accomplished
questionnaire/answers sheets

4. Developed performance tasks: (a)


with rubrics reviewed by superior; (b)
sample accomplished rubrics
5. Others (Please specify)
11. Monitored and evaluated 1. Compilation of a learner's written
learner progress and work with summary of reults and Showed at least 4 of
achievement using learner signature of parents any of the Showed 3 of any of
attainment data. acceptable MOV the acceptable MOV

2. Formative/summative assessment
7 tools with TOS and frequency of errors
Assessment with identified least mastered skills
and Reporting 3. Class Records/Grading Sheets
4. Lesson plans/Modified DLLs showing
index of mastery
5. Others (Please specify)
12. Communicated promptly 1. At least 3 samples of corrected tests Communicated Communicated
and clearly the learner needs, papers of the same learners from the regularly with key regularly with key
progress and achievement to same learning area with parents' or stakeholders as stakeholders as
key stakeholders, including guardians' signature and date of receipt evidently shown in evidently shown in
parents/guardians. at least 4 MOV 3 MOV

2. Minutes of PTA meetings or Parent-


Teacher conferences in all quarters with
proof of teachers'/guardian attendance

3. Report cards with parents' or


6 guardian's signature in all quarters
supported by minutes of meeting

4. communication with parents/


guardians using various modalities

5. Anecdotal Records
6. Other documents showing lerners'
needs, progress and achievement
submitted to other stakeholders

13. Perormed various related 1. Certificate of Recognition and Showed evidences Showed evidences
work/activities that contribute Appearance of at least 4 of 3 different kinds
to the teaching-learning process 2. Certificate of Training different kinds of of acceptable MOV
acceptable MOV
3. Certificate of Speakership
4. Committee involvement
5. Advisorship of Co-curricular activities
Plus Factor 10
6. Authorship
7. Coordinatorship/Chairmanship
8. Coaching and mentoring blearners in
competitions
9. Others (please specify)

ALEXANDER L.TABUBUCA
Ratee

Approved:

EVELYN A. BUMANGLAG, PhD


PRINCIPAL IV
TEACHER I -III)

TO BE FILLED DURING EVALUATION

erformance Indicators ACTUAL RESULTS


Rating Score
Poor
Satisafactory (3) Unsatisfactory (2) Q E T
(1) Ave
Showed knowledge Showed knowledge No
of content and its and its integration acceptable
integration within within and across evidence is
and across subject subject areas as shown
areas as evidently evidently shown in
shown in 2 lessons any of the given
using MOV 1 and MOV
supported by any 1
of the other given
MOV

Facilitated in 2 Facilitated 1 No
learner-centered learner-centered acceptable
lessons using lessons using evidence is
different teaching different teaching shown
strategies that strategies that
promote reading, promote reading,
writing and/or writing and/or
numeracy skills as numeracy skills as
evidently shown in evidently shown in
MOV 1 and any of the given
supported by any 1 MOV
of the other MOV
given

Used different Used teaching No


teaching strategies strategies that acceptable
that devvelop develop critical, evidence is
critical and creative creative thinking shown
thinking and/or and other HOTS in 1
HOTS in 2 lessons as lesson as evidently
evidently shown in shown in any of the
MOV 1 and given MOV
supported by any 1
of the other given
MOV
Used Classroom Used Classroom No
management management acceptable
strategies that strategies that evidence is
engage learners in engage learners in shown
activities /tasks as activities /tasks as
evidently shown in evidently shown in
lessons supported 1 lessons supported
by MOV 1 and any 1 by MOV 1 and any 1
of the other of the other
acceptable MOV acceptable MOV

Evidently applied at Evidently applied at No


least 4 of the given least 4 of the given acceptable
strategies as strategies as evidence is
observed in 2 observed in 1 shown
lessons lessons

Applied 2 Applied any 1 No


diferentiated diferentiated acceptable
teaching strategies teaching strategies evidence is
to address learner to address learner shown
diversity in 2 diversity in only 1
lessons as lesson as evvidently
evvidently shown in shown in MOV 1
MOV 1 and and supported by
supported by and 1 and 1 of the other
of the other acceptable MOV
acceptable MOV
Planned and Planned and No
implemented 2 implemented 1 acceptable
developmentally developmentally evidence is
sequenced teaching sequenced teaching shown
and learning and learning
process evidently process evidently
shown in MOV 1 shown in MOV 1
and supported by and supported by
any 1 of the other any 1 of the other
given MOV given MOV

No
acceptable
evidence is
shown

Participated actively Participated actively


in 2 in 1
LACs/GDs/meetings LACs/GDs/meetings
to discuss to discuss
teacher/learner teacher/learner
feedback to enrich feedback to enrich
instruction instruction
Developed and used Developed and used No
2 varied teaching any teaching and acceptable
and learning learning resources, evidence is
resources, including including ICT, to shown
ICT, to address address learning
learning goals as goals as evidently
evidently shown in shown in MOV 1
MOV 1 and and supported by
supported by any 1 any 1 of the
of the acceptable acceptable MOV
MOV

Showed 2 varied Showed 1 No


assessment tolls assessment tolls acceptable
that have been that have been evidence is
utilized by the utilized by the shown
learners as learners as
evidently shown in evidently shown in
any 1 of the any 1 of the
acceptable MOV acceptable MOV
Showed assessment No
data but with acceptable
Showed 2 of any of incomplete evidence is
the acceptable MOV information shown

Communicated Communicated No
regularly with key regularly with key acceptable
stakeholders as stakeholders as evidence is
evidently shown in evidently shown in shown
2 MOV any given MOV

Showed evidences Showed any of the No


of 2 different kinds iacceptable MOV acceptable
of acceptable MOV evidence is
shown

JOB A. CARNATE
Rater
INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM
Name of Employee:
Position:
Review Period:
Bureau/center/Division:

TO BE FILLED IN DURING PLANNING

Major Final Output Key Reult Areas Means of Verification Performan


Weight Objectives
(MFOs) (KRAs) (MOV)
Outstanding (5)

1. Demonstrated knowledge of Demonstrated


content within and across knowledge of
curriculum teaching areas. content and its
1. Classroom observation feedback integration within
about knowledge of content within and and across subject
across curriculum teaching areas with areas as evidently
COT rating of atleast level 4 . shown in at least 8
lessons using MOV
1 and supported by
2. Lesson plans/modified DLLs any 1 of the other
developed highlighting integration of given MOV.
content knowledge within and across
subject areas
9

3. Instructional materials highlighting


mastery of content and its integration in
other subject areas

4. performance tasks/Test material/s


highlighting integration of content
knowledge within and across subject
areas
5. Others (Please specify)
2. Demonstrated knowledge of Facilitated at least 8
teaching strategies that learner-centered
promote literacy and numeracy lessons using
skills. 1. Classroom observation feedback different teaching
about teaching strategies that promote strategies that
literacy and numeracy skills with COT promote reading,
rating of atleast leve l4 . writing and/or
numeracy skills as
evidently shown in
MOV 1 and
supported by any 1
2. Lesson plans/modified DLLs used in of the other MOV
teaching highlighting learner-centered given
strategies that promote literacy and/or
8 numeracy skills
Content Knowledge and
Pedagogy
3. Instructional materials highlighting
learner-centered strategies that
promote literacy and/or numeracy skills
4. Performance tasks/Test material/s
used in teaching
5. Results of assessment used in
teaching
6. Others (please specify)
3. Applied teaching strategies Used teaching
that develop critical and strategies that
creative thinking, and/or develop critical,
higher-order thinking skills 1. Classroom observation feedback creative thinking
about teaching strategies that develop and other HOTS in
critical and creative thinking, and/or atleast 8 lessons as
higher-order thinking skills with COT evidently shown in
rating of atleast level 4. MOV and supported
by any 1 of the
other MOV

2. Lesson plans/modified DLLs used in


teaching highlighting diferent teaching
strategies that develop critical and
8 creative thinking and/ or other HOTS
8

3. Instructional materials highlighting


different teaching strategies that
develop critical and creative thinking
and/or other HOTS
4. Performance tasks/Test material/s
used in teaching
5. Results of assessment used in
teaching
6. Others (please specify)
4. Demontrated knowledge of 1. Classroom observation feedback Used Classroom
managing classroom structure about knowledge of managing management
that engages learners, classroom structure that engages strategies that
individually or in groups, in learners in various activities with COT engage learners in
meaningful exploration, rating of at least level 4. activities /tasks as
discovery and hands-on evidently shown in
activities within the available at least 8 lessons
physical learning environments supported by MOV
2. Lesson plan/s modified DLLs 1 and any 1 of the
9 highlighting various classroom other acceptable
management strategies that engage MOV
learners in activities/tasks within the
available phisycal learning environments

3. Others (please specify)


5. Demonstrate knowledge of Classrooms observation feedback (with Evidently applied at
positive and non-violent COT rating of at least level 4) about least 3 of the given
discipline in the management of teacher management of learner strategies as
learner behaviour. behaviour using the following strategies observed in atleast
8 lessons

1. Providing motivation
2. Praising the learners/Giving positive
feedback
8 3. Setting house rules/guidelines

4. Ensuring learner's active participation


5. Allowing learners to express their
Learning ideas/opinions
Environment and 6. Giving equal opportunities to learners
Diversity of
7. Encouraging learners to ask questions
Learners
8. Others
1. Classroom observation feedback Showed knowledge
about knowledge and understanding of and understanding
differentiated teaching with COT rating of differentiation in
of at least level 4 at least 8 lessons as
6. Demonstrated knowledge evidently shown in
and understanding of MOV 1 and
differentiated teaching to suit supported by any of
the learners' gender, needs, the other
strengths, interests and acceptable MOV
experiences.

2. Lesson plans/modified DLLs


highlighting differentiation in content,
product, process, learning environment
or other according to learners' gender,
8 needs, strenghts, interests and
experiences

3. Instructional materials developed


showing differentiation in content,
product process, learning environment
or others according learners' gender,
needs, strenghts, interests, and
experiences

4. others
7. Prepared developmentally Prepared at least8
sequenced teaching and 1. Classroom observation feedback developmentally-
learning process to meet about using developmentally sequenced teaching
curriculum requirements. sequenced teaching and learning and learning
process with COT rating of at least level process as evidently
4 shown in MOV 1
and supported by
any 1 o the other
2. Lesson plans/modified DLLs given MOV
highlighting developmentally
sequenced instruction that meet
6 curriculum goals and varied teaching
contexts

3. Instructional materials used to


implement developmentally sequenced
teaching and learning process to meet
curriculum requirements

4. others
8. Sought advise concerning
strategiesthat can enrich 1. Personal notes o teachers on Showed at least 8 of
teaching practice LACs/FGDs/meetings with proof of any of the
attendance acceptable MOV

7 2. Minute of LAC/FGD sessions on use of


teacherand learner feedback to enrich
Curriculum and teaching practice with proo of
Planning attendance.
3. Others (please specify)
1. Classroom observation feedback Developed and used
about using appropriate teaching and at least 8 teaching
learning resources, including ICT, with and learning
COT rating at least level 4 Examples: resources, including
9. Showed skills in the selection, ICT, to address
development and use o learning goals as
appropriate teaching and evidently shown in
learning resources, including MOV 1 and
ICT, to address learning goals. supported by any 1
> Activity sheets/task sheets/work of the acceptable
sheets MOV

> Powerpoint presentations


7 > video clips
> Module

> SIMs-Strategic Intervention Materials


> Others

2. Lesson Plans/modified DLLs with


appropriate instructional materials
appended
3. Others (please specify)
10. Demonstrated Knowledge of 1. Prepared lesson plans/modified DLLs
the design, selection, highlighting appropriate use of
organization and use off formative assessment strategies
diagnostic, formative and evidently shown in
summative assessment at least 1 of the
strategies consistent with acceptable MOV
curriculum requirements.
2. Developed diagnostics tests: (a) with
TOS reviewed by superior; (b) with
sample accomplished

6 3. Developed summative tests: (a) with


TOS reviewed by superior; (b) with
sample accomplished
questionnaire/answers sheets

4. Developed performance tasks: (a)


with rubrics reviewed by superior; (b)
sample accomplished rubrics
5. Others (Please specify)
11. Demonstrated knowledge of 1. Compilation of a learner's written
monitoring and evaluation of work with summary of reults and Showed at least 8 of
learner progress and signature of parents any of the
achievement using learner acceptable MOV
attainment data.
monitoring and evaluation of
learner progress and
achievement using learner
attainment data.

2. Formative/summative assessment
7 tools with TOS and frequency of errors
Assessment and with identified least mastered skills
Reporting
3. Class Records/Grading Sheets
4. Lesson plans/Modified DLLs showing
index of mastery
5. Others (Please specify)
12. Demonstrated familiarity 1. At least 3 samples of corrected tests Used various
with a range of strategies for papers of the same learning area with strategies in
communicating learner needs, parents' or guardians' attendance communicating
progress and achievement. learners' need and
progress and
achievemnt in at
2. Minutes of PTA meetings or Parent- least 8 acceptable
Teacher conferences in all quarters with MOV
proof of teachers'/guardian attendance

3. Report cards with parents' or


7 guardian's signature in all quarters
supported by minutes of meeting

4. communication with parents/


guardians using various modalities

5. Anecdotal Records
6. Other documents showing lerners'
needs, progress and achievement
submitted to other stakeholders

Perormed various related 1. Certificate of Recognition and Showed at least 8


work/activities that contribute Appearance different kinds of
to the teaching learning process 2. Certificate of Training acceptable MOV
3. Certificate of Speakership
4. Committee involvement
5. Advisorship of Co-curricular activities
Plus Factor 10
6. Authorship
7. Coordinatorship/Chairmanship
8. Coaching and mentoring learners in
competitions
9. Others (please specify)

ARLYN M.PAGUYU
Ratee

Approved:

EVELYN A. BUMANGLAG, PhD


PRINCIPAL IV
ND REVIEW FORM
Name of Rater:
Position:
Date of review:

TO BE FILLED DURING EVALUATION

Performance Indicators ACTUAL RESULTS

Average
Rating Score
Poor
Very Satisfactory (4) Satisafactory (3) Unsatisfactory (2) Q E T
(1)
Demonstrated Demonstrated Demonstrated No
knowledge of knowledge of knowledge of acceptable
content and its content and its content and its evidence is
integration within integration within integration within shown
and across subject and across subject and across subject
areas as evidently areas as evidently areas as evidently
shown in 5 - 7 shown in 3 - 4 shown in any of the
lessons using MOV lessons using MOV given MOV .
1 and supported by 1 and supported by
any 1 of the other any 1 of the other
given MOV. given MOV.

Facilitated in 5 - Facilitated in 3-4 Facilitated 1 No


7learner-centered learner-centered learner-centered acceptable
lessons using lessons using lessons using evidence is
different teaching different teaching different teaching shown
strategies that strategies that strategies that
promote reading, promote reading, promote reading,
writing and/or writing and/or writing and/or
numeracy skills as numeracy skills as numeracy skills as
evidently shown in evidently shown in evidently shown in
MOV 1 and MOV 1 and any of the given
supported by any 1 supported by any 1 MOV
of the other MOV of the other MOV
given given

Used teaching Used teaching Used teaching No


strategies that strategies that strategies that acceptable
develop critical, develop critical, develop critical, evidence is
creative thinking creative thinking creative thinking shown
and other HOTS in and other HOTS in 3 and other HOTS in 1
5-7 lessons as - 4 lessons as lesson as evidently
evidently shown in evidently shown in shown in any of the
MOV and supported MOV and supported given MOV
by any 1 of the by any 1 of the
other MOV other MOV
Used Classroom Used Classroom Used Classroom No
management management management acceptable
strategies that strategies that strategies that evidence is
engage learners in engage learners in engage learners in shown
activities /tasks as activities /tasks as activities /tasks as
evidently shown in evidently shown in evidently shown in
5 -7 lessons 3-4 lessons 1lessons supported
supported by MOV supported by MOV by MOV 1 and any 1
1 and any 1 of the 1 and any 1 of the of the other
other acceptable other acceptable acceptable MOV
MOV MOV

Evidently applied at Evidently applied at Evidently applied No


least 3 of the given least 3 of the given any of the given acceptable
strategies as strategies as strategies as evidence is
observed in 5 - observed in 3-4 observed in only 1 shown
7lessons lessons lesson

Showed knowledge Showed knowledge Showed knowledge No


and understanding and understanding and understanding acceptable
of differentiation in of differentiation in of differentiation in evidence is
5 -7 lessons as 3 -4 lessons as 1 lesson as shown
evidently shown in evidently shown in evidently shown in
MOV 1 and MOV 1 and any of the given
supported by any of supported by any of MOV
the other the other
acceptable MOV acceptable MOV
Prepared 5 -7 Prepared 3 - 4 Prepared 1 No
developmentally- developmentally- developmentally- acceptable
sequenced teaching sequenced teaching sequenced teaching evidence is
and learning and llearning and llearning shown
process as evidently process as evidently process as evidently
shown in MOV 1 shown in MOV 1 shown in MOV 1
and supported by and supported by and supported by
any 1 o the other any 1 o the other any 1 o the other
given MOV given MOV given MOV

No
Showed 5 - 7 of any acceptable
of the acceptable Showed 3 -4 any of Showed 1 of any of evidence is
MOV the acceptable MOV the acceptable MOV shown

Developed and used Developed and used Developed and used No


5-7 teaching and 3-4 teaching and 1 teaching and acceptable
learning resources, learning resources, learning resources, evidence is
including ICT, to including ICT, to including ICT, to shown
address learning address learning address learning
goals as evidently goals as evidently goals as evidently
shown in MOV 1 shown in MOV 1 shown in any of the
and supported by and supported by acceptable MOV
any 1 of the any 1 of the
acceptable MOV acceptable MOV

learners as learners as
evidently shown in evidently shown in
at least 1 of the any of the
evidently shown in acceptable MOV acceptable MOV
at least 1 of the
acceptable MOV

Showed assessment No
data but with acceptable
Showed 5 - 7of the Showed 3 -4 of the incomplete evidence is
acceptable MOV acceptable MOV information shown
data but with
incomplete
information

Used various Used various Used various No


strategies in strategies in strategies in acceptable
communicating communicating communicating evidence is
learners' need and learners' need and learners' need and shown
progress and progress and progress and
achievemnt in 5 -7 achievemnt in 3-4 achievemnt in 1
acceptable MOV acceptable MOV acceptable MOV

Showed 5-7 Showed 3-4 Showed any 1 of No


different kinds of different kinds of acceptable MOV acceptable
acceptable MOV acceptable MOV evidence is
shown

GEORGE R.LABAYOG
Rater

LAG, PhD
V