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SCHOOL PLAN FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (SPPD)

SY 2019 - 2020
School: Molino Elementary School
School Head: Dr. Teodoro A. Gloriani
Date Accomplished: July 17, 2019
Strengths Development Needs Action Plan (Recommended Timeline Resource Needed
Developmental Intervention
A. Functional Competencies
KRA 8: Participated in collegial KRA 12: Communicates promptly and Attend Seminar and Training, November Memorandum, IPPD,
discussions that use teacher and learner clearly the learners’ needs, progress Conduct School Learning Action 29, December Training Matrix, ICT
feedback to enrich teaching practice. and achievement to key stakeholders, Cell, Peer Mentoring and 6 and 13, Equipment, School
including parents/ guardians. Coaching 2019 Supplies, References
KRA 4: Managed classroom structure to KRA 2: Uses a range of teaching Attend Seminar and Training, August 2 – Memorandum, IPPD,
engage learners, individually or in groups, strategies that enhance learner Conduct School Learning Action November Training Matrix, ICT
in meaningful exploration, discovery and achievement in literacy and numeracy Cell, Peer Mentoring and 22, 2019 Equipment, School,
hands-on activities within a range of skills Coaching Supplies, References
physical learning environments.
KRA 7: Planned, managed and KRA 9: Selects, develops, organizes and Attend Seminar and Training, January 3, 10 Memorandum, IPPD,
implemented developmentally sequenced uses appropriate teaching and learning Conduct School Learning Action and 17, 2020 Training Matrix, ICT
teaching and learning processes to meet resources, including ICT, to address Cell, Peer Mentoring and Equipment, School
curriculum requirements and varied learning goals. Coaching Supplies, References
teaching contexts.
B. Core Behavioral Competencies
Professionalism and Ethics: Demonstrate Self-Management: Sets high quality, Attend Seminar and Training, January 14, Memorandum, IPPD,
the values and behavior enshrined in the challenging, realistic goals for self and Conduct School Learning Action 17, and 24, Training Matrix, ICT
Norms of Conduct and Ethical Standard others. Cell, Peer Mentoring and 2020 Equipment, School
for public officials and employees (RA Coaching Supplies, References
6713).
Result Focus: Makes personal sacrifices to Result Focus: Delivers error-free Attend Seminar and Training, January 31 Memorandum, IPPD,
meet the organization's needs. outputs most of the time by conforming Conduct School Learning Action and February Training Matrix, ICT
to standard operating procedures Cell, Peer Mentoring and 7, 2020 Equipment, School
correctly and consistently. Able to Coaching Supplies, References
produce very satisfactory quality of
work in terms of usefulness/
acceptability and completeness with no
supervision required.
Teamwork: Willingly does his/her share Service Orientation: Develops and Attend Seminar and Training, February 21 Memorandum, IPPD,
of responsibility. adopts service improvement programs Conduct School Learning Action and 28, 2019 Training Matrix, ICT
through simplifies procedures that will Cell, Peer Mentoring and Equipment, School
further enhance service delivery. Coaching Supplies, References

Prepared by: Approved:

JIMMY L. NARCISE TEODORO A. GLORIANI, Ed.D.


Master Teacher Principal IV
SCHOOL PLAN FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (SPPD)
SY 2019 - 2020

School: Molino Elementary School


School Head: Dr. Teodoro A. Gloriani
Date Accomplished: July 17, 2019

Development Needs Name of Teacher Position


KRA 12: Communicates promptly and clearly the Cherie D. Querol, Innelmiza M. Domingo T1 T3
learners’ needs, progress and achievement to key Aprilyn D. Concepcion, Gairyll B. Santiago, T1 T1
stakeholders, including parents/ guardians. Jayson B. Catungal, Geraldine A. Versoza T1 T1
Marivic A. Makahilig, Rowena A. Gloria T1 T1
Laze Lee B. Caranguian, Arlyn G. Ojeñar T1 T1
Adelaida D. Gutierrez, Adelina G. Lopez T1 T3
Gina T. Callangan, Maria Regina O. Dizon T1 T2
Leny R. Eroles, Marites A. Real T3 T1
Laze Lee B. Caranguia, Glenmar S. Fortiza T1 T1
Anicill V. Rance, Romer Y. Alberba T1 T1
Rita F. Eito, Leny R. Eroles T1 T3
Audre-Fe L. Pon-an, Fevilyn C. Dimasuay T1 T1
Mavreen B. Castor, Denmark A. Doria T1 T1
Armida C. Isberto, Harlan M. Jumawan T2 T2
KRA 2: Uses a range of teaching strategies that Cherie D. Querol, Nilda P. Barron T1 T1
enhance learner achievement in literacy and numeracy Aprilyn D. Concepcion, Gerwin O. Mariano T1 T1
skills Gairyll B. Santiago, Jayson B. Catungal T1 T1
Marivic A. Makahilig, Rowena A. Gloria T1 T1
Bryan R. Dasalla, Laze Lee B. Caranguian T1 T1
Moncet V. Gallos, Jenie R. Llantero T1 T2
Randy A. Maño, Sylvana A. Mendez T3 T2
Marcelo O. Montehermoso Jr. T2
KRA 9: Selects, develops, organizes and uses Bernell B. Austria, Cherie D. Querol T1 T1
appropriate teaching and learning resources, including Innelmiza M. Domingo, Geraldine A. Versoza T3 T1
ICT, to address learning goals. Adelina G. Lopez, Marlon B. Bayudan T3 T1
Aprilyn D. Concepcion, Moncet V. Gallos T1 T1
Jenie R. Llantero, Leny R. Meneses T2 T3
Maria Nita Cristina E. Ramiento, Gairyll B. Santiago T2 T1
Jayson B. Catungal, Marivic A. Makahilig T1 T1
Gemma T. Torreflores T2
Core Behavioral Competencies
Self-Management: Sets high quality, challenging, John G. Ballesteros, Elma B. Buccahan, T1 T1
realistic goals for self and others. Gina T. Callangan, Herminia S. Gatila, T1 T1
Rowena A. Gloria, Adelaida D. Gutierrez, T1 T1
Adelina G. Lopez, Ester P. Maranan, T3 T2
Luzviminda R. Mendoza, Arlyn G. Ojeñar, T2 T1
Karen M. Rodriguez, Nilda E. San Jose, T1 T1
Ma. Cristina R. Cuaresma, Maria Regina O. Dizon, T2 T2
Carina M. Roque, Adoracion Y. Titong, T1 T3
Moncet V. Gallos, Ariel A. Paiton, T1 T3
Gemma T. Torreflores, Monaliza D. Consular, T2 T2
Randy A. Maño, T3
Result Focus: Delivers error-free outputs most of the Elma B. Buccahan, Gina T. Callangan, T1 T1
time by conforming to standard operating procedures Rowena A. Gloria, Herminia S. Gatila, T1 T1
correctly and consistently. Able to produce very Adelina G. Lopez, Arlyn G. Ojeñar, T3 T1
satisfactory quality of work in terms of usefulness/ Karen M. Rodriguez, Nilda E. San Jose, T1 T1
acceptability and completeness with no supervision Rhodora D. Labiano, Romer Y. Alberba, T2 T1
required. Aprilyn D. Concepcion, Moncet V. Gallos, T1 T1
Diane D. Remo, Joel M. Cabigon, T1 T1
Brendo C. Lamsen, Marivic A. Macahilig, T1 T1
Gairyll B. Santiago T1
Service Orientation: Develops and adopts service Geraldine A. Versoza, Rowena A. Gloria, T1 T1
improvement programs through simplifies procedures Elma B. Buccahan, Herminia S. Gatila, T1 T1
that will further enhance service delivery. Adelina G. Lopez, Adelaida D. Gutierrez, T3 T1
Rhodora D. Labiano, Arlyn G. Ojeñar, T2 T1
Nilda E. San Jose, Marlon B. Bayudan, T1 T1
Aprilyn D. Concepcion, Leny R. Eroles, T1 T3
Moncet V. Gallos, Diane D. Remo, T1 T2
Angelica M. Bumatay, Gemma T. Torreflores, T1 T1
Alfreda A. Lumanlan, Randy A. Maño T2 T2

Prepared by: Approved:

JIMMY L. NARCISE TEODORO A. GLORIANI, Ed.D.


Master Teacher Principal IV