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SCHOOL-BASED

MANAGEMENT
Documentary-Analysis, Observation and Discussion (DOD)
Means Of Verification (MOVs)
PRINCIPLE 1
LEADERSHIP AND GOVERNANCE
A.1. Indicator 1
A.1.1. SIP – AIP (Extent of participation of stakeholders)
A.1.2. Annual Procurement Plan
A.1.3. Annual Budget
A.1.4. Documentation of the SIP Process
(Minutes of the meeting, attendance, photos)
PRINCIPLE 1
LEADERSHIP AND GOVERNANCE
A.2. Indicator 2
A.2.1. SIP Review
A.2.2. SMEA docs
A.2.3. Documentation of the SIP Review Process
(Minutes of the Meetings, Attendance, Photos)
PRINCIPLE 1
LEADERSHIP AND GOVERNANCE
A.3. Indicator 3
A.3.1. School Faculty Association - CBL
A.3.2. Parents-Teachers Association – CBL
(DO No. 54, s. 2009, DO No. 67, s. 2009)
A.3.3. Supreme Student Government / Pupil Government (DM 4, s. 2012)
A.3.4. EMIS Module 1 PUPIL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION
SYSTEM
A.3.4.1. Students Organization
A.3.4.2. Homeroom PTA Officers
PRINCIPLE 1
LEADERSHIP AND GOVERNANCE
A.4. Indicator 4
A.4.1. Communication Plan
A.4.2. Communication Flow
A.4.3. Communication System
A.4.4. School Website
A.4.5. Linkages with Barangay LGU and other Sectoral
Groups MOA, etc.
PRINCIPLE 1
LEADERSHIP AND GOVERNANCE
A.4. Indicator 4
A.4.6. Module 4 LEGISLATION & CONTROL MANAGEMENT
INFORMATION SYSTEM
A.4.6.1. Attendance
A.4.6.2. Conference Notebook
A.4.6.3. Classroom Program
PRINCIPLE 1
LEADERSHIP AND GOVERNANCE
A.5. Indicator 5
A.5.1. L&D System
A.5.2. Individual Plan for Professional Dev’t (IPPD)
A.5.3. School Plan for Professional Development (SPPD) for teachers
A.5.4. Training and Development Program for Leaders
A.5.5. Parenting Seminar Program
A.5.6. Training Designs
PRINCIPLE 1
LEADERSHIP AND GOVERNANCE
A.5. Indicator 5
A.5.7. Module 2 PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
A.5.7.1. Training Needs/ Seminars’ attended
A.5.7.2. Teachers Organization
A.5.7.3. Teachers Requirements
A.5.7.4. Performance Appraisal System
PRINCIPLE 2
CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION
B.1. Indicator 1
B.1.1. Science Curriculum (DO 53 & 57 s. 2012)
B.1.2. Sports Curriculum (DO 56, s. 2012)
B.1.3. Art Curriculum (DO 56, s. 2012)
B.1.4. Curriculum for Journalism (DO 46, s. 2012)
B.1.5. Foreign Language
B.1.6.TechVoc Education (DO 68, s. 2012)
PRINCIPLE 2
CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION
B.1. Indicator 1
B.1.7. SPED (DO 60, s. 2003)
B.1.8. Madrasah Education (DO 40, s. 2011)
B.1.9. IP Educ. (DO 62, s. 2012)
B.1.10. Senior High School Curriculum (Secondary
PRINCIPLE 2
CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION
B.2. Indicator 2
B.2.1. Localized Curriculum:
B.2.1.1. Contextualized LMs/TGs
B.2.1.2. Big Books
B.2.1.3. Curriculum Adaptation
B.2.1.4. Orthography
B.2.1.5. MTB Dictionary
B.2.1.6. IMs on IKSP
B.2.1.7. Improvised Ims
PRINCIPLE 2
CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION
B.2. Indicator 2
B.2.2. ARATA based on EGRA
B.2.3. Senior High School Curriculum (Secondary
Schools)
PRINCIPLE 2
CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION
B.3. Indicator 3
B.3.1. Action Research on effective Teaching Methods
and Strategies
B.3.2. LPP Implementation
B.3.3. Lesson Plans
B.3.4. Daily Logs
B.3.5. Science Investigatory Projects
B.3.6. Linkages with CSOs/NGOs/HEIs in improving
Quality Instruction
PRINCIPLE 2
CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION
B.3. Indicator 3
B.3.7. Visual Aids
B.3.8. ICT-Based Instruction (ex: Txt2Teach)
B.3.9. Workbooks/Worksheets locally developed
PRINCIPLE 2
CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION
B.4. Indicator 4
B.4.1. Action Research on students Learning Outcomes-
basis for developing remedial programs
B.4.2. SMEA Dashboards & Results
B.4.3. Module 8 EDUCATIONAL PLANNING, RESEARCH & EVALUATION
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
B.4.3.1. Action Research Conducted
B.4.3.2. Basic Research Conducted
PRINCIPLE 2
CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION
B.5.Indicator 5
B.5.1. Teachers’ Test Notebook
B.5.2. Teachers’ Portfolio
B.5.3. Test Results & Analysis of any the following Tools:
B.5.3.1. EGRA resulting to ARATA
B.5.3.2. Phil-IRI results used in developing Reading Program
B.5.3.3. Pre-Test /Diagnostic Tests
B.5.4. Formative/Summative Tests (HOTS or aligned with KPUP) used in designing
Remediation Programs
PRINCIPLE 2
CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION
B.5.Indicator 5
B.5.5. Enhanced Assessment Tools adopted from (ex. Save the Children: QLE(ECCD
& Basic Ed.; Literacy Boost:
B.5.6. Module 3 CURRICULUM MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
B.5.6.1. Number of Textbooks
B.5.6.2. Number of Teaching Guides/Manuals
B.5.6.3. Number & Title of Supplementary Textbooks
B.5.6.4. Mid-Year Program Review & Evaluation
B.5.6.5. Diagnostic Test
PRINCIPLE 2
CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION
B.5.Indicator 5
B.5.6. Module 3 CURRICULUM MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
B.5.6.6. Achievement Test by Subject Area
B.5.6.7. Observation Checklist
B.5.6.8. Anecdotal Records
PRINCIPLE 2
CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION
B.6. Indicator 6
B.6.1. Child Protection Policy Implementation
B.6.2. Co-curricular Activities Report (ex: Scouting, Religious Instruction, Science
Camp, etc
PRINCIPLE 2
CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION
B.7. Indicator 7
B.7.1. Daily Lesson Log/Lesson Plans
B.7.2. Student’s Portfolio
B.7.3. Library
B.7.4. Guidance Services
B.7.5. Computer Laboratory
B.7.6. ADM Modules
PRINCIPLE 2
CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION
B.7. Indicator 7
B.7.7. Awards received by Learners
B.7.8. Classroom Structuring
B.7.9. Reading Centers
B.7.10. Study Lounge
PRINCIPLE 3
ACCOUNTABILITY AND CONTINUOUS
IMPROVEMENT
C.1. Indicator 1
C.1.1 Structure of School Accountable Organizations:
C.1.1.1. School Faculty Association - CBL
C.1.1.2. School Governing Council Structure (SGC)
C.1.1.3. Parents-Teachers Association – CBL (DO No. 54, s. 2009,
DO No. 67, s. 2009
C1.1.4. Supreme Student Government / Supreme Pupil Government
C.1.1.5. Attendance, Photos, Minutes of the Meeting regarding the Crafting of
Definition of Roles and School Organization (PTA,SGC, SSG, SPG,
FC, etc.
PRINCIPLE 3
ACCOUNTABILITY AND CONTINUOUS
IMPROVEMENT
C.1. Indicator 1
C.1.2. COMMUNITY EXTENSION SERVICES MANAGEMENT INFORMATION
SYSTEM (Module 7)
C.1.2.1. Log Book for Home Visitation
C.1.2.2. Participation of the Stakeholders
C.1.2.3. School Governing Council
C.1.2.4. School Planning Team
C.1.2.5. Feeding program extend from other organization
C.1.2.6. Pictorials
PRINCIPLE 3
ACCOUNTABILITY AND CONTINUOUS
IMPROVEMENT
C.2. Indicator 2
C.2.1. Appropriate Actions to address Gaps based on the following:
C.2.1.1. SMEA Implementation
C.2.1.2. General PTA Assembly Meetings
C.2.1.3. Attendance, Photos, Minutes of the Meeting in the
development/capability building program on Performance
C.2.2. Accountability System (SMEA)
PRINCIPLE 3
ACCOUNTABILITY AND CONTINUOUS
IMPROVEMENT
C.3. Indicator 3
C.3.1. Accountability System’ processes,
C.3.2. Attendance, Photos, Minutes of the Meeting of the School Report Card –
State of the School Address (SOSA)
PRINCIPLE 3
ACCOUNTABILITY AND CONTINUOUS
IMPROVEMENT
C.4. Indicator 4
C.4.1. Assessment Tools: Clients’ Satisfaction Opennionaire, Checklist Form, Survey
Tracer Study Tool, School Report Cards
C.4.2. Feedback Mechanisms:
C.4.2.1. Gen. Assembly Summit,
C.4.2.2. Stakeholders Forum,
C.4.2.3. State of the School Address (SOSA),
C.4.2.4. Parents’ School Website,
C.4.2.5. Home Visitation,
C.4.2.6. School Bulletin,
C.4.2.7. Parenting Seminar
PRINCIPLE 3
ACCOUNTABILITY AND CONTINUOUS
IMPROVEMENT
C.4. Indicator 4
C.4.3. Information Collection:
C4.3.1. Sampling – Suggestion Box,
C.4.3.2. Documentation,
C.4.4. Validation Techniques and Processes:
C.4.4.1. FGD,
C.4.4.2. Participation,
C.4.4.3. Brainstorming,
C.4.4.4. Interview,
C.4.4.5. Triangulation,
C.4.4.6. Observation – Direct & Indirect:
C.4.5. Attendance, Photos, Minutes of the Meeting in the development of
accountability assessment criteria
PRINCIPLE 3
ACCOUNTABILITY AND CONTINUOUS
IMPROVEMENT
C.4. Indicator 4
C.4.6. PUPIL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM ( Module 1 )
C.4.6.1. Report Cards
C.4.6.2. Class Record
C.4.6.3. Grading Sheet
C.4.6.4. School Forms
C.4.6.5. Form 137/138
C.4.6.6. Age profile by grade level
C.4.6.7. No. of Repeaters by grade level
C.4.6.8. No. of Promoted by grade level
C.4.6.9. No. of Drop-outs by grade level
PRINCIPLE 3
ACCOUNTABILITY AND CONTINUOUS
IMPROVEMENT
C.4. Indicator 4
C.4.6.10. No. of Retained by grade level
C.4.6.11. Community Mapping
C.4.6.11.1. No. of School-Aged children not enrolled
C.4.6.11.2. No. of School-Aged children enrolled in ither
schools (private/public)
C.4.6.11.3. No. of School-Age children enrolled in the
school within the community
C.4.6.11.4. Total no. of School-Aged children within the
community
PRINCIPLE 3
ACCOUNTABILITY AND CONTINUOUS
IMPROVEMENT
C.5. Indicator 5
C.5.1. M&E Process:
C.5.1.1. Midyear/Annual Review,
C.5.1.2. SMEA Institutionalization focusing on Assessment of: - KPIs on
Access (Enrolment & Drop-out rate)
PRINCIPLE 3
ACCOUNTABILITY AND CONTINUOUS
IMPROVEMENT
C.5. Indicator 5
C.5.2. Governance (SBM Assessment) School's PPAs:
C.5.2.1. WSRP Brigada Eskwela,
C.5.2.2. Gulayan sa Paaralan,
C.5.2.3. Guidance Program,
C.5.2.4. ADM/DORP,
C.5.2.5. Feeding
PRINCIPLE 3
ACCOUNTABILITY AND CONTINUOUS
IMPROVEMENT
C.5. Indicator 5
C.5.3. Assessment Results based on M&E Feedback:
C.5.3.1. Enhanced Implementation of School’s PPAs
C.5.3.2. Technical Assistance: Remedial Instruction
C.5.3.3. Training Program, Proposed new Programs
C.5.3.4. Technical Assistance: Remedial Instruction Program,
C.5.3.5. Plan Adjustment: Catch-up Plan of AIP or Attendance, Photos,
Minutes of the Meeting in the conduct of Participatory Assessment
Performance (SMEA)
PRINCIPLE 3
ACCOUNTABILITY AND CONTINUOUS
IMPROVEMENT
C.5. Indicator 5
C.5.4. Key Performance Indicators ( EBEIS ) Atleast 3 Years Comparative Result
and Forecasting Data
C.5.4.1. Gross Enrolment
C.5.4.2. Retention Rate
C.5.4.3. National Achievement Test
C.5.4.4. Cohort Survival Rate
C.5.4.5. Completion Rate
C.5.4.6. Drop-out Rate
C.5.4.7. Repetition Rate
C.5.4.8. Graduation Rate
C.5.4.9. Promotion Rate
PRINCIPLE 4
MANAGEMENT OF RESOURCES
D. 1. Indicator 1
D.1.1. Process – Regular Resources Inventory of:
D.1.1.1. Human Resources (Teachers, Students, PTA, Clubs)
D.1.1.2. Financial Resources (PTA, MOOE, Canteen Fund, IGP, Clubs)
D.1.1.3. Technological Resources
D.1.1.4. Instructional Materials
D.1.1.5. Furniture
D.1.1.6. Rooms
D.1.1.7. WatSan
D.1.1.8. School Site Titling
D.1.1.9. Instructional Tools & Equipment
PRINCIPLE 4
MANAGEMENT OF RESOURCES
D. 1. Indicator 1
D.1.2. Output: Resources Allocation & Mobilization Plan (RAMP)
D.1.3. Module 5 PHYSICAL FACILITIES MANAGEMENT INFORMATION
SYSTEM
D.1.3.1. No. of school buildings
D.1.3.2. No. of make shift building
D.1.3.3. No. of Canteen
D.1.3.4. Ratio of learners to chairs
D.1.3.5. Ratio of toilet to learners
PRINCIPLE 4
MANAGEMENT OF RESOURCES
D.2. Indicator 2
D.2. Process: Regular Resource Planning and Programming through Strategic
Planning
D.2.1. Human Resource Dev’t Plan (HRDP)
D.2.2. Financial Mgt. Dev’t Plan (FMDP)
D.2.3. Technology Resource Improvement Plan (TRIP)
D.2.4. School Physical Dev,t Plan (SPDP)
D.2.5. Annual Procurement Plan
D.2.6. IGP Sustainability Plan
D.2.7. School Operating Budget
D.2.8. Logistic Log frame
D.2.9. Project Procurement
PRINCIPLE 4
MANAGEMENT OF RESOURCES
D.3. Indicator 3
D.3.1. Mechanisms:
D.3.1.1. Updated Transparency Board of all Finances (MOOE, PTA, IGP,
Canteen Fund, Donations, etc.)
D.3.1.2. Innovations for the collective and judicious utilization and
transparent, effective and efficient resource management system
PRINCIPLE 4
MANAGEMENT OF RESOURCES
D.4. Indicator 4
D.4.1. SMEA of the following:
D.4.1.1. Human Resource Dev’t Plan (HRDP)
D.4.1.2. Financial Mgt. Dev’t Plan (FMDP)
D.4.1.3. Technology Resource Improvement Plan (TRIP)
D.4.1.4. School Physical Dev,t Plan (SPDP)
D.4.1.5. Annual Procurement Plan (APP)
D.4.1.6. Inventory List of all resources
PRINCIPLE 4
MANAGEMENT OF RESOURCES
D.4. Indicator 4
D.4.2. Module 8 EDUCATIONAL PLANNING, RESEARCH & EVALUATION
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
D.5.1. No. of Teachers with MA unit
D.5.2. No. of Teachers with MA degree
D.5.3. No. of Teachers with Doctoral unit
D.5.4. No. of Teacher with Doctoral degree
PRINCIPLE 4
MANAGEMENT OF RESOURCES
D.5. Indicator 5
D.5.1. Cash Disbursement (MOOE)
D.5.2. Transparency Board
D.5.3. Financial Reports (PTA, IGP, Canteen, School Clubs/Organization)
D.5.4. Module 6 FINANCE MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
D.5.4.1. MOOE Allocation
D.5.4.2. Liquidation Report
D.5.4.3. Transparency Board
D.5.4.4. IGP Income Report
D.5.4.5. Canteen Income Report