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Department of Education

Region X
Division of Bukidnon
Kalilangan East District
KALILANGAN CENTRAL SCHOOL
Kalilangan Bukidnon

INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM (IPCRF) for TEACHER I-III

Name of Employee: Name of Rater:


Position: TEACHER-I Position: School MASTER TEACHER-I
Bureau/Center/Service/Division: Date of Review: As of MAY 31, 2019
Rating Period: SY 2019 - 2020
TO BE FILLED OUT DURING PLANNING TO BE FILLED OUT DURING EVALUATION

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

Rating
Outstanding Very Satisfactory Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Poor
Weight per
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES Timeline QET Actual Results Score
KRA

(5) (4) (3) (2) (1) Q E T Ave

Basic 1. Content 1. Applied knowledge Showed knowledge of Showed knowledge of Showed knowledge of Showed knowledge of No acceptable Showed knowledge of
Education Knowledge and on content within and content and its content and its content and its content and its evidence was content and its
Services Pedagogy across curriculum integration within and integration within and integration within and integration within and shown integration within and
teaching areas. across subject areas across subject areas across subject areas across subject areas across subject areas
shown in MOV 1 with a shown in MOV 1 with a shown in MOV 1 with a shown in MOV 1 with a shown in MOV 1 with a
rating of 7 rating 0f 6 rating 0f 5 . rating 0f 4 rating of 7
Quality

Year - round Submitted at least 4 Submitted at least 3 Submitted 2 lessons Submitted any 1 of the No acceptable Submitted at least 4 4 4 4 0.3
lessons using MOV 1 lessons using MOV 1 using MOV 1 and given MOV 1 evidence was lessons using MOV 1
and supported by any 1 and supported by any 1 supported by any 1 of shown and supported by any 1
of the other given MOV. of the other given MOV. the other given MOV. of the other given MOV.
Efficiency
Year - round PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 4 4 4 0.3

Rating
Outstanding Very Satisfactory Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Poor
Weight per
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES Timeline QET Actual Results Score
KRA

(5) (4) (3) (2) (1) Q E T Ave

Timeliness
7.50%
Basic 2. Used a range of Facilitated using Facilitated using Facilitated using Facilitated using No acceptable Facilitated using
Education teaching strategies that different teaching different teaching different teaching different teaching evidence was different teaching
Services enhance learner strategies that promote strategies that promote strategies that promote strategies that promote shown strategies that promote
achievement in literacy reading, writing and/or reading, writing and/or reading, writing and/or reading, writing and/or reading, writing and/or
and numeracy skills. numeracy skills as numeracy skills as numeracy skills as numeracy skills as numeracy skills as
Quality shown in MOV 1 with a shown in MOV 1 with a shown in MOV 1 with shown in MOV 1 with a shown in MOV 1 with a
rating of 7 rating of 6 the rating of 5 rating of 4 rating of 7

4 4 4 0.3
Submitted at least 4 Submitted at least 3 Submitted at least 2 Submitted at least 1 No acceptable Submitted at least 4
learner centered learner-centered learner-centered lessons learner-centered lesson evidence was learner-centered
lessons as evidently lessons as evidently as evidently shown in as evidently shown in shown lessons as evidently
shown in MOV 1 and shown in MOV 1 and MOV 1 and supported MOV 1 and supported shown in MOV 1 and
supported by any 1 of supported by any 1 of by any 1 of the other by any 1 of the other supported by any 1 of
Efficiency
the other MOV given the other MOV given MOV given MOV given the other MOV given

7.50% Timeliness
Basic 3. Applied a range of Used different teaching Used different teaching Used different teaching Used different teaching No acceptable Used different teaching
Education teaching strategies to strategies that develop strategies that develop strategies that develop strategies that develop evidence was strategies that develop
Services develop critical and critical and creative critical and creative critical and creative critical and creative shown critical and creative
creative thinking, as thinking and/or other thinking and/or other thinking and/or other thinking and/or other thinking and/or other
well as other higher – Quality HOTS as shown in HOTS as shown in HOTS as shown in HOTS as shown in HOTS as shown in MOV
order thinking skills. MOV 1 with a rating of 7 MOV 1 with a rating of MOV 1 with a rating 0f 5 MOV 1 with a rating 0f 1 with a rating of 7
6 4

4 4 4 0.3
Submitted at least 4 Submitted at least 3 Submitted at least 2 Submitted at least 1 No acceptable Submitted at least 4
lessons as evidenced lessons as evidenced by lessons as evidenced by lessons as evidenced evidence was lessons as evidenced by
by MOV 1 and MOV 1 and supported MOV 1 and supported by MOV 1 and shown MOV 1 and supported
supported by any 1 of by any 1 of the other by any 1 of the other supported by any 1 of by any 1 of the other
Efficiency the other given MOV. given MOV. given MOV. the other given MOV. given MOV.

7.50% Timeliness
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

Rating
Outstanding Very Satisfactory Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Poor
Weight per
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES Timeline QET Actual Results Score
KRA

(5) (4) (3) (2) (1) Q E T Ave

Basic 2. Learning 4. Managed Used classroom Used classroom Used classroom Used classroom No acceptable Used classroom
Education Environment and classroom structure to management strategies management strategies management strategies management strategies evidence was management strategies
Services Diversity of engage learners, that engage learners in that engage learners in that engage leaners in that engage leaners in shown that engage learners in
Learners individually or in activities/tasks as activities/tasks as activities/tasks as shown activities/tasks as activities/tasks as
groups, in meaningful shown in MOV 1 with a shown in MOV 1 with a in MOV 1 with a rating shown in MOV 1 with a shown in MOV 1 with a
Quality
exploration, discovery rating of 7 rating of 6 of 5 rating of 4 rating of 7
and hands – on
activities within a range
of physical learning
environments.
4 4 4 0.3

Submitted at least 4 Submitted at least 3 Submitted at least 2 Submitted at least 1 Submitted at least 4
No acceptable
lessons supported by lessons supported by lessons supported by lesson supported by lessons supported by
Efficiency evidence was
MOV 1 and any 1 of the MOV 1 and any 1 of the MOV 1 and any 1 of the MOV 1 and any 1 of the MOV 1 and any 1 of the
shown
other acceptable MOV. other acceptable MOV other acceptable MOV other acceptable MOV other acceptable MOV.

7.50% Timeliness
Basic 5. Manage learner Applied teacher Applied teacher Applied teacher Applied teacher No acceptable Applied teacher
Education behavior constructively management strategies management strategies management strategies management strategies evidence was management strategies
Services by applying positive of learner behavior that of learner behavior that of learner behavior that of learner behavior that shown of learner behavior that
and non-violent promote positive and promote positive and promote positive and promote positive and promote positive and
discipline to ensure non-violent discipline non-violent discipline as non-violent discipline as non-violent discipline non-violent discipline
learning – focused with as shown in MOV shown in MOV shown in MOV as shown in MOV with as shown in MOV
environments. Quality submitted with a rating submitted with a rating submitted with a rating submitted with a rating submitted with a rating
of 7 of 6 of 5 of 4 of 7

5 4 4.5 0.3375

Submitted at least 4 of Submitted at least 4 of Submitted at least 4 of Submitted at least 1 of No acceptable Submitted at least 4 of
the given strategies as the given strategies as the given strategies as the given strategies as evidence was the given strategies as
observed in at least 4 observed in at least 3 observed in at least 2 observed in at least 1 shown observed in at least 4
Efficiency lessons. lessons. lessons. lesson. lessons.

7.50% Timeliness
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

Rating
Outstanding Very Satisfactory Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Poor
Weight per
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES Timeline QET Actual Results Score
KRA

(5) (4) (3) (2) (1) Q E T Ave

Basic 6. Used differentiated, Applied differentiated Applied differentiated Applied differentiated Applied differentiated No acceptable Applied differentiated
Education developmentally teaching strategies to teaching strategies to teaching strategies to teaching strategies to evidence was teaching strategies to
Services appropriate learning address learner address learner diversity address learner diversity address learner shown address learner diversity
experiences to address diversity as shown in as shown in MOV 1 as shown in MOV 1 with diversity as shown in as shown in MOV 1
learners’ gender, Quality MOV 1 with a rating of with a rating of 6 a rating of 5 MOV 1 with a rating of 4 with a rating of 7
needs, strengths, 7
interests and
experiences.

Submitted at least 4 Submitted at least 3 Submitted at least 2 Submitted at least 1 No acceptable Submitted at least 4
differentiated teaching differentiated teaching differentiated teaching differentiated teaching evidence was differentiated teaching 4 5 4.5 0.3375
strategies in at least 2 strategies in at least 2 strategies in at least 2 strategy in at least 1 shown strategies in at least 2
lessons as evidenced lessons as evidenced by lessons as evidenced by lesson as evidenced by lessons as evidenced by
by MOV 1 and MOV 1 and supported MOV 1 and supported MOV 1 and supported MOV 1 and supported
Efficiency supported by any 1 of by any 1 of the other by any 1 of the other by any 1 of the other by any 1 of the other
the other acceptable acceptable MOV. acceptable MOV. acceptable MOV. acceptable MOV.
MOV.

7.50% Timeliness
Basic 3. Curriculum and 7. Planned, managed Planned implemented Planned implemented Planned implemented Planned implemented No acceptable Planned implemented
Education Planning and implemented developmentally developmentally developmentally developmentally evidence was developmentally
Services developmentally sequenced teaching sequenced teaching and sequenced teaching and sequenced teaching shown sequenced teaching and
sequenced teaching and learning process learning process as learning process as and learning process as learning process with
and learning processes as shown in MOV 1 with shown in MOV 1 with a shown in MOV 1 with a shown in MOV 1 with a 91-100% accuracy and
to meet curriculum a rating 0f 7 rating of 6 rating of 5 rating of 4 appropriateness as
requirements and Quality shown in MOV
varied teaching submitted
contexts.

4 4 4 0.3
Basic 3. Curriculum and 7. Planned, managed
Education Planning and implemented
Services developmentally
sequenced teaching PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
and learning processes
to meet curriculum
Rating
requirements and
Outstanding Very Satisfactory Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Poor
varied teaching Weight per
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES Timeline QET Actual Results Score
contexts. KRA

(5) (4) (3) (2) (1) Q E T Ave

Submitted at least 4 Submitted at least 3 Submitted at least 2 Submitted at least 1 No acceptable Submitted at least 4
developmentally developmentally developmentally developmentally evidence was developmentally
sequenced teaching sequenced teaching and sequenced teaching and sequenced teaching shown sequenced teaching and 4 4 4 0.3
and learning process as learning process as learning process as and learning process as learning process as
evidently shown in MOV evidently shown in MOV evidently shown in MOV evidently shown in evidently shown in MOV
1 and supported by any 1 and supported by any 1 and supported by any MOV 1 and supported 1 and supported by any
1 of the other given 1 of the other given 1 of the other given by any 1 of the other 1 of the other given
MOV 1 and supported MOV 1 and supported MOV 1 and supported given MOV. MOV 1 and supported
Efficiency
by any 1 of the other by any 1 of the other by any 1 of the other by any 1 of the other
given MOV. given MOV. given MOV. given MOV.

7.50% Timeliness
Basic 8. Participated in Consistently Frequently participated Occasionally Rarely participated in No acceptable No acceptable evidence
Education collegial discussions participated in LACs/ in LACs/ FGDs/ participated in LACs/ LACs/ FGDs/ meetings evidence was was shown
Services that use teacher and FGDs/ meetings to meetings to discuss FGDs/ meetings to to discuss shown
learner feedback to discuss teacher/learner teacher/learner discuss teacher/learner teacher/learner
enrich teaching feedback to enrich feedback to enrich feedback to enrich feedback to enrich
practice. Quality instruction as shown in instruction as shown in instruction as shown in instruction as shown in
MOV submitted. MOV submitted. MOV submitted. MOV submitted.

2 2 2 0.075
Participated in at least 4 Participated in at least 3 Participated in at least 2 Participated in at least 1 No acceptable No acceptable evidence
LACs/FGDs/ meetings LACs/FGDs/ meetings LACs/FGDs/ meetings LACs/FGDs/ meetings evidence was was shown
as evidently shown in as shown in any 1 of the as shown in any 1 of the as shown in any 1 of shown
any 1 of the given MOV given MOV given MOV the given MOV
Efficiency

7.50% Timeliness
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

Rating
Outstanding Very Satisfactory Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Poor
Weight per
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES Timeline QET Actual Results Score
KRA

(5) (4) (3) (2) (1) Q E T Ave

Basic 9. Selected, Developed and used Developed and used Developed and used Developed and used No acceptable Developed and used
Education developed, organized varied teaching and varied teaching and varied teaching and varied teaching and evidence was varied teaching and
Services and used appropriate learning resources, learning resources, learning resources, learning resources, shown learning resources,
teaching and learning including ICT, to including ICT, to address including ICT, to address including ICT, to including ICT, to address
resources, including address learning goals learning goals as shown learning goals as shown address learning goals learning goals as
ICT, to address learning Quality as shown in MOV 1 in MOV 1 with a rating in MOV 1 with a rating as shown in MOV 1 shown in MOV 1 with a
goals. with a rating of 7. of 6 of 5 with a rating of 4 rating of 7.

Submitted at least 4 Submitted at least 3 Submitted at least 2 Submitted at least 1 No acceptable Submitted at least 4
varied teaching and varied teaching and varied teaching and varied teaching and evidence was varied teaching and 4 4 4 0.3
learning resources, learning resources, learning resources, learning resources, shown learning resources,
including ICT, as including ICT, as including ICT, as including ICT, as including ICT, as
evidently shown in MOV evidently shown in MOV evidently shown in MOV evidently shown in any evidently shown in MOV
1 and supported by any 1 and supported by any 1 and supported by any MOV. 1 and supported by any
Efficiency 1 of the acceptable 1 of the acceptable 1 of the acceptable MOV 1 of the acceptable
MOV MOV MOV

7.50% Timeliness
Basic 4. Assessment and 10. Designed, Designed, selected, Designed, selected, Designed, selected, Designed, selected, No acceptable Designed, selected,
Education Reporting selected, organized and organized and used organized and used organized and used organized and used evidence was organized and used
Services used diagnostic, diagnostic, formative diagnostic, formative diagnostic, formative diagnostic, formative shown diagnostic, formative
formative and and summative and summative and summative and summative and summative
summative assessment assessment strategies assessment strategies assessment strategies assessment strategies assessment strategies
strategies consistent consistent with consistent with consistent with consistent with consistent with
with curriculum Quality curriculum requirements curriculum requirements curriculum requirements curriculum curriculum requirements
requirements. as shown in the MOV as shown in the MOV 1 as shown in the MOV 1 requirements as shown as shown in the MOV 1
1 with a rating of 7 with a rating of 6 with a rating of 5 in the MOV 1 with a with a rating of 7
rating of 4

4 4 4 0.225

Submitted at least 4 Submitted at least 3 Submitted at least 2 Submitted 1 No acceptable Submitted at least 4
varied assessment tools varied assessment tools varied assessment tools assessment tool as evidence was varied assessment tools
as evidently shown in as evidently shown in as evidently shown in evidently shown in any shown as evidently shown in
Efficiency any 1 of the acceptable any 1 of the acceptable any 1 of the acceptable of the acceptable MOV. any 1 of the acceptable
MOV. MOV. MOV. MOV.

7.50% Timeliness
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

Rating
Outstanding Very Satisfactory Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Poor
Weight per
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES Timeline QET Actual Results Score
KRA

(5) (4) (3) (2) (1) Q E T Ave

Basic 11. Monitored and Consistently monitored Frequently monitored Occasionally monitored Rarely monitored and No acceptable Consistently monitored
Education evaluated learner and evaluated learner and evaluated learner and evaluated learner evaluated learner evidence was and evaluated learner
Services progress and progress and progress and progress and progress and shown progress and
achievement using achievement using achievement using achievement using achievement using achievement using
learner attainment data. learner attainment data learner attainment data learner attainment data learner attainment data learner attainment data
as shown in the MOV as shown in the MOV as shown in the MOV as shown in the MOV as shown in the MOV
Quality submitted. submitted. submitted. submitted. submitted.

4 4 4 3.33 0.249
Submitted a Submitted a Submitted a combination Submitted 1 acceptable No acceptable Submitted combination
combination of at least 4 combination of 3 of the of 2 of the acceptable MOV evidence was of at least 3 of the
of the acceptable MOV acceptable MOV MOV shown acceptable MOV
Efficiency

Submitted MOV were Submitted MOV were Submitted MOV were Submitted MOV were No acceptable Submitted MOV were
distributed across 4 distributed across 3 distributed across 2 distributed across only evidence was distributed across 3
quarters. quarters. quarters. 1 quarter. shown quarters.
Timeliness

7.50%
Basic 12. Communicated Consistently showed Frequently showed Occasionally showed Rarely showed prompt No acceptable Communicated promptly
Education promptly and clearly prompt and clear prompt and clear prompt and clear and clear evidence was and clearly the learners’
Services the learners’ needs, communication of the communication of the communication of the communication of the shown needs, progress and
progress and learners’ needs, learners’ needs, learners’ needs, learners’ needs, achievement to key
achievement to key progress and progress and progress and progress and stakeholders, including
stakeholders, including achievement to key achievement to key achievement to key achievement to key parents/ guardians with
parents/guardians. stakeholders, including stakeholders, including stakeholders, including stakeholders, including 91-100% success rate
parents/ guardians as parents/ guardians as parents/ guardians as parents/ guardians as as shown in the MOV
Quality shown in the MOV shown in the MOV shown in the MOV shown in the MOV submitted.
submitted. submitted. submitted. submitted.

4 4 4 4 0.3

Submitted a Submitted a Submitted a combination Submitted any 1 of the No acceptable Submitted a


combination of at least 4 combination of at least 3 of at least 2 of the given MOV. evidence was combination of at least 4
Efficiency of the acceptable MOV of the acceptable MOV acceptable MOV shown of the acceptable MOV
parents/guardians.

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
4 4 4 4 0.3
Rating
Outstanding Very Satisfactory Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Poor
Weight per
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES Timeline QET Actual Results Score
KRA

(5) (4) (3) (2) (1) Q E T Ave

Submitted MOV were Submitted MOV were Submitted MOV were Submitted MOV was No acceptable Submitted MOV were
Timeliness distributed across 4 distributed across 3 distributed across 2 completed in only I evidence was distributed across 3
quarters quarters quarters quarter shown quarters
7.50%
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

Rating
Outstanding Very Satisfactory Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Poor
Weight per
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES Timeline QET Actual Results Score
KRA

(5) (4) (3) (2) (1) Q E T Ave

Basic 13. Performed various Consistently performed Frequently performed Occasionally performed Rarely performed No acceptable Occasionally performed
Education related works/activities various related various related various related various related evidence was various related
Services that contribute to the work/activities that work/activities that work/activities that work/activities that shown work/activities that
teaching – learning contribute to the contribute to the contribute to the contribute to the contribute to the
process. teaching learning teaching learning teaching learning teaching learning teaching learning
process as shown in the process as shown in process as shown in the process as shown in the process as shown in the
Quality MOV submitted. the MOV submitted MOV submitted MOV submitted MOV submitted

5. Plus Factor 2 2 2 2 0.2

Submitted at least 4 Submitted at least 3 Submitted at least 2 No acceptable Submitted at least 4


Submitted any 1 of the
Efficiency different kinds of different kinds of different kinds of evidence was different kinds of
acceptable MOV.
acceptable MOV. acceptable MOV. acceptable MOV. shown acceptable MOV.

10% Timeliness

Very Satisfactory 3.524


RATING FOR
OVERALL
ACCOMPLISHMENTS

VENERANDA A. TRIGUEROS
Rater Ratee Approving Authority

Adjectival Rating Scale


Outstanding 4.500 - 5.000
Very Satisfactory 3.500 - 4.499
Satisfactory 2.500 - 3.499
Unsatisfactory 1.500 - 2.499
Poor 1.000 - 1.499
MOVs FOR TI-III IPCRF

KRAs OBJECTIVES

1. Content Knowledge 1.    Applied knowledge on


and Pedagogy content within and across
curriculum teaching areas.

2.    Used a range of teaching


strategies that enhance learner
achievement in literacy and
numeracy skills.

3.    Applied a range of teaching


strategies to develop critical and
creative thinking, as well as
other higher – order thinking
skills.
2. Learning Environment 4.    Managed classroom
and Diversity of structure to engage learners,
Learners individually or in groups, in
meaningful exploration,
discovery and hands – on
activities within a range of
physical learning environments.

5.    Manage learner behavior


constructively by applying
positive and non-violent
discipline to ensure learning –
focused environments.

6.    Used differentiated,
developmentally appropriate
learning experiences to address
learners’ gender, needs,
strengths, interests and
experiences.

3. Curriculum and 7.    Planned, managed and


Planning implemented developmentally
sequenced teaching and
learning processes to meet
curriculum requirements and
varied teaching contexts.
Planning implemented developmentally
sequenced teaching and
learning processes to meet
curriculum requirements and
varied teaching contexts.

8.    Participated in collegial
discussions that use teacher
and learner feedback to enrich
teaching practice.

9.    Selected, developed,
organized and used appropriate
teaching and learning
resources, including ICT, to
address learning goals.

4. Assessment and 10.  Designed, selected,


Reporting organized and used diagnostic,
formative and summative
assessment strategies
consistent with curriculum
requirements.
11.  Monitored and evaluated
learner progress and
achievement using learner
attainment data.

12.  Communicated promptly
and clearly the learners’ needs,
progress and achievement to
key stakeholders, including
parents/guardians.

5. Plus Factor 13.  Performed various related


works/activities that
contribute to the teaching –
learning process.
Vs FOR TI-III IPCRF

Means of Verification (MOV)


With reference to MOVs
1.    Classroom observation tool (COT) rating sheet
and/or inter – observer agreement form about
knowledge of content within and across curriculum
teaching areas with a rating of at least level 6.
2.    Lesson plans/modified DLLs developed
highlighting integration of content knowledge within
and across subject areas.
3.    Instructional materials highlighting mastery of
content and its integration in other subject areas.
4.    Performance tasks/test materials highlighting
integration of content knowledge within and across
subject areas.
5.    Others (Please specify and provide
annotations).
1.    Classroom observation tool (COT) rating sheet
and/or inter-observer agreement form about
teaching strategies that enhance leaner
achievement in literacy and numeracy skills with a
rating of at least level 6.
2.    Lesson plans/modified DLL used in teaching
highlighting learner –
3.    Centered strategies that promote literacy and/or
numeracy skills.
4.    Instructional materials highlighting learner –
centered strategies that promote literacy and/or
numeracy skills.
5.    Performance tasks/test materials(s) used in
teaching.
6.    Results of assessment used in teaching.
7.    Others (please specify and provide
annotations).
1.    Classroom observation tool (COT) rating sheets
and/or inter – observer agreement form about
teaching strategies to develop critical and creative
thinking, as well as other higher – order thinking
skills with a rating of at least level 6.
2.    Lesson plans/modified DLLs used in teaching
highlighting different teaching strategies that
develop critical and creative thinking
3.    And/or other HOTS.
4.    Performance tasks/test materials used in
demonstration teaching.
5.    Performance tasks/test materials used in
demonstration teaching.
6.    Results of assessment used in teaching.
7.    Others (Please specify and provide
annotations).
1.    Classroom observation tool (COT) rating sheet
and/or inter – observer agreement form about
knowledge of managing classroom structure that
engages learners in various activities with a rating
of at least level 4.
2.    Lesson plans/modified DLLs highlighting
various classroom management strategies that
engage learners in activities/tasks within available
physical learning environments.
3.    Others (Please specify and provide
annotations).
Classroom observation tool(COT) rating sheet and/or
inter-observer agreement form (with a rating of at least
level 6) about teacher management of learner behavior
using the following strategies:
1.    Provide motivation
2.    Praising the learners/ giving the positive
feedback
3.    Setting house rules/guidelines
4.    Ensuring learners’ active participation
5.    Allowing learners to express their
ideas/opinions
6.    Giving equal opportunities to learners
7.    Encouraging learners to ask questions
8.    Others (specify and provide annotation.
1.    Classroom observation tool (COT) rating
sheet and/or inter-observer agreement form
about using differentiated, developmentally
appropriate learning experiences with a rating of
at least level 6.

2.    Lesson plans/modified DLL developed


highlighting differentiation in content, product,
process, learning environment or others
according to learners’ gender, needs, strengths,
interests and experiences.

3.    Instructional materials developed highlighting


differentiation in content, product, process,
learning environment to others according to
learners’ gender, needs, strengths, interests and
experiences.

4.    Others (specify and provide annotation)


1.    Classroom observation tool (COT) rating
sheet and/or inter – observer agreement form
about using developmentally sequenced
teaching and learning process with a rating at
least level 6.
2.    Lesson plans/modified DLL 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 and varied teaching contexts

4.    Others (specify and provide annotation)


1.    Personal notes of teachers on
LACs/FGD/Meetings with proof of attendance.
2.    Minutes of LAC/FGD sessions on use of
teacher and learner feedback to enrich teaching
practice with proof of attendance

3.    Others (specify and provide annotation)

1.    Classroom observation tool (COT) rating sheet


and/or inter-observer agreement form (with a rating of
at least level 6) about using appropriate teaching and
learning resources, including ICT with a rating of at
least level 6.

Examples:
·         Activity sheets/task sheets/ work sheets
·         Power point presentation
·         Video clips
·         Module
·         SIM – Strategic Intervention Materials
·         Others
2.    Lesson plans/modified DLLs with appropriate
instructional materials appended
3.    Others (specify and provide annotation).
1.    Prepared lesson plans/ modified DLLs
highlighting appropriate use of formative
assessment strategies.
2.    Developed diagnostic tests: (a) with TOS
reviewed by superior; (b) with sample
accomplished questionnaire/answer sheets

3.    Developed summative tests: (a) with TOS


reviewed by the superior; (b) with sample
accomplished questionnaire/ answer sheets.

4.    Developed performance tasks: (a) with


rubrics reviewed by superior; (b) with sample
accomplished rubrics.
5.    Others (specify and provide annotation).
1.    Compilation of learner’s written work with
summary of results and with signature of
parents.
2.    Formative/summative assessment tools with
TOS and frequency of errors with identified least
mastered skills.
3.    Class records/ grading sheets
4.    Lesson
5.    Plans/modified DLL showing index of
mastery.
6.    Others (specify and provide annotation).
1.    At least 3 samples of corrected test papers of
same 3 learners in the same learning area with
parents’ or guardian signature and date of
receipt.
2.    Minutes of PTA meetings or Parent – Teacher
conferences in all quarters with proof of
parent’s/guardian’s attendance
3.    Reports cards with parent’s or guardian’s
signature in all quarters supported by minutes of
meeting.
4.    Communication with parents/guardians using
various modalities.
5.    Anecdotal record showing entries per
quarter.
6.    Other documents showing leaners’ needs,
progress and
7.    Achievement submitted to other
stakeholders.
1.    Certificate of Recognition or Participation
2.    Certificate of Training
3.    Certificate of Speakership
4.    Committee involvement
5.    Advisor ship of Co-curricular activities.
6.    Book or Journal Authorship/ Co-authorship/
Contributor ship
7.    Coordinatorship/ Chairpersonship
8.    Coaching and mentoring learners in
competitions
9.    Mentoring pre-service/ in-service teachers
10.  Others (specify and provide annotation).