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Methods to Improve

Personal and
Professional Skills
Personal Skills

• Carefulness: Think before acting. This helps with reducing the


chance for costly errors, as well as keeping a steady workflow going.
• Cooperation: It is the willingness to cooperate in a working
environment with our colleagues or work mates.
• Creativity: This is the thinking and imagination or different
perception in order to bring something positive in the
organization. It is also called as ‘’thinking out of box”.
Personal Skills

• Discipline: This includes the ability to complete the task with


enthusiastic and determined way without being distracted or bored.
• Drive: Every organization needs people with the drive and ‘’to
do” attitude.
• Good attitude: This has been shown to predict counter
productive work behaviors and job performance.
Personal Skills
• Goodwill: This is a long term record of the person who has got
some well-intentioned remarks on his behalf.
• Influence: This includes the motivational power to influence
people in order to maintain a good working team. A strong leader
can influence a mass and carry out them in a way to reap gain.
• Optimism: Productivity is directly proportional to positive
attitude.
Personal Skills

• Order: This show the proper placement of things in order to


retrieve them easily when and wherever it is needed.
• Safe work behavior: Every organization needs people with
knowledge of self protection and safety rules. These include
the general fire alarm and first-aid knowledge.
Personal Skills

• Savvy: This is our knowledge about our co-workers’ behavior


and personality and way of dealing with them. It includes a
tendency to read other people’s motives from observed
behavior.
• Sociability: This is all about socializing while working in the
work place. The more we socialize the better less job tensions
and more productivity.
Personal Skills

• Stability: This means our tendency to maintain composure and


rationality in stressful work situations.
Professional Skills

• COMMUNICATION
It is divided into two parts - Verbal and Non Verbal (or Written).
1. Oral - Public speaking, general conversation, seminars,
conferences, presentations, workshops and negotiation.
2. Written - Letters, proposals, reports, speeches, manuals, press
releases, articles for periodicals and publications.
Professional Skills
• PROBLEM SOLVING:
It is the skill needed by the employer or employee in order to
work efficiently in times when the situation demands and no one
there to help. It also can be taking initiative in case of a problem
while others find it hard to tackle. It can be classified as:
1. Trouble shooting - Problem identification, problem analysis
and problem resolution.
Professional Skills

2. Personnel – Employee’s morale and satisfaction, productivity


and efficiency, work simplification and work flow
improvement.
3. Customer and Public Relations - Liaison and coordination,
improvement in customer service and satisfaction and client
support.
Personal and Professional Development
Professional Development is incomplete without Continuing
Professional Development (CPD). This progression helps
empower and inspire us achieve our goals and move toward our
dreams.

CPD is the learning activities professionals engage in to develop


and enhance their abilities. It enables learning to become
conscious and proactive, rather than passive and reactive.
Personal and Professional Development
CPD combines different methodologies to learning, such as
training workshops, conferences and events, e-learning programs,
best practice techniques and ideas sharing, all focused for an
individual to improve and have effective professional
development.
Personal and Professional Development
Engaging in Continuing Professional Development ensures
that both academic and practical qualifications do not become
out-dated or obsolete; allowing individuals to continually ‘up skill’
or ‘re-skill’ themselves, regardless of occupation, age or
educational level.
Promotion, Upgrading and Reclassification
In terms of a career, a promotion refers to the advancement of
an employee's rank or position in a hierarchical structure.

Promotion is vertical movement of an employee within the


organization. In other words, promotion refers to the upward
movement of an employee from one job to another higher one,
with increase in salary, status and responsibilities.
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DepEd Order No. 66, s. 2007 is the “Revised Guidelines on the
Appointment and Promotions of Other Teaching, Related
Teaching and Non-Teaching Positions.
This is adopted to further achieve the principles of merit and
fitness; objectivity and uniformity in evaluation; and
strengthening of the selection process for other teaching,
teaching related and non-teaching personnel in the Department.
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Computation of Points:
The Personnel Selection Board (PSB) shall evaluate the
candidates for promotion using the table as indicate for specific
positions and assign points for the sub-items under a particular
criterion. Such point assignments indicated in “Annex A” shall
be uniformly applied and implemented for all promotions in the
Central, Region and Division Offices.
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FOR TEACHING AND RELATED TEACHING GROUP
Computation of Points
Criteria Points
• Performance 35
• Experience 5
• Outstanding Accomplishments 20
• Education 25
• Training 5
• Potential 5
• Psychosocial Attributes and Personality Traits 5
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T O T A L 100
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A. Performance Rating 35 pts.
The Performance Rating of the candidate for the last
three (3) rating periods prior to the screening should be at least
Very Satisfactory.
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B. Experience 5 pts.
Experience must be relevant to the duties and functions
of the position to be filled.
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C. Outstanding Accomplishments 20 pts.
a. Outstanding Employee Award = 4 pts.
• Awardee in the school 0.5
• Nominee in the division/awardee in the district 1 pt.
• Nominee in the region/awardee in the division 2 pts.
• Nominee in the Department/awardee in the region 3 pts.
• National awardee 4 pts.
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b. Innovations = 4 pts.
Innovative work plan properly documented, approved by immediate
chief and attested by authorized regional/division official.
• Conceptualized 0.5
• Started the implementation 1 pt.
• Fully implemented in the school 2 pts.
• Adopted in the district 3 pts.
• Adopted in the division 4 pts.
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c. Research and Development Projects = 4 pts.


• Action research conducted in the school level 1 pt.
• Action research conducted in the district level 3 pts.
• Action research conducted in the division level 4pts.
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d. Publication/Authorship = 4 pts.
• Articles published in a journal/newspaper/magazine of wide
circulation
• Co-authorship of a book
(shall be divided by the number of authors)
• Sole authorship of a book
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e. Consultant/Resource Speaker in Trainings/Seminars/


Workshops/Symposia = 4 pts.
• District Level 0.5
• Division Level 1 pt.
• Regional Level 2 pts.
• National Level 3 pts.
• International Level 4 pts.
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D. Education and Training 30 pts.
a. Education
• Complete Academic Requirements for Master’s Degree 10 pts.
• Master’s Degree 15 pts.
• Complete Academic Requirements for Doctoral Degree 20 pts.
• Doctoral Degree 25 pts.
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b. Training
Participant in a specialized training
(One point for every attendance but not to exceed five (5) points)
Participant in three (3) or more training activities in each level conducted for
at least three (3) days not credited during the last promotions:
• District Level 1 pt.
• Division Level 2 pts.
• Regional Level 3 pts.
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Participant in one (1) training conducted for at least three (3) days not
credited during the last promotions:
• National Level 4 pts.
• International Level 5 pts.
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Chair/Co-chair in a technical/planning committee


• District Level 1 pt.
• Division Level 2 pts.
• Regional Level 3 pts.
• National Level 4 pts.
• International Level 5 pts.
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E. Potential 5 pts.
• Communication Skills 1 pt.
• Ability to Present Ideas 1 pt.
• Alertness 1 pt.
• Judgment 1 pt.
• Leadership Ability 1 pt.
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F. Psycho-social attributes 5 pts.
• Human Relations 2 pts.
• Decisiveness 2 pts.
• Stress Tolerance 1 pt.
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Upgrading

It is also vertical movement, but of a teacher only in the


government organization.

There is no vacancy in Upgrading, it is the item which a


teacher is occupying that will be upgraded. Therefore, ranking is
not needed .
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There is a tool used in Upgrading – the ERF or the Equivalent


Record Form.
It is used to determine the appropriate classification of a Teacher
position. It reflects the education preparation, training, teaching
experience, workshop and seminars for professional growth
undertaken by a teacher.
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ERF contains information on position title, unique Item
Number and authorized salary in the current Personal Services
Itemization and Plantilla of Personnel (PSIPOP).
It is used for upgrading of Teacher Items from Teacher 1 to
Teacher 2 or Teacher 3.
or from Head Teacher 1 to Head Teacher 2 or Head Teacher 3.
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A Teacher-I can apply for ERF as Teacher-II or Teacher-III or a
Teacher-II can apply for ERF as Teacher-III based on any of the
following qualifications:
ERF could be evaluated as TEACHER-II:
 20 units in M.A.; or
 Combination of units earned in M.A. plus seminars attended
(Division, Regional, National and International)
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Illustration:
Item No. 1: 20 units in M.A. = BSE + 20
Item No. 2: Combination of units earned in M.A.
and seminars attended
15 units in M.A.
5 units for seminars attended (125 hours)
20 units
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For TEACHER-III:
 Master’s degree in Education; or
 Completed Academic Requirements (CAR) plus 150 hours in
seminars, conferences and trainings attended (Division, Regional,
National and International) — to equal the required units to finish the
Master’s Degree in the school/College last attended; or
 Bachelor’s Degree for teacher or its equivalent plus M.A. units
equivalent to the number of units required to finish the M.A. Degree as
declared by the school/College last attended.
Example: University Nueva Caceres – 42 units (required number of units to graduate M.A.)
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Basic Requirements in applying for ERF:
1. Duly accomplished Equivalent Record Form; 3 copies
2. Original, Official Transcript of Records;
3. Sworn Statement of a teacher if units were earned in a private school;
4. Updated Service Record;
5. Performance Ratings, at least two (2) rating periods;
6. Certification of Complete Academic Requirements (CAR);
7. Certificates of Participation/Completion from the seminars/trainings attended;
8. Authenticated Photocopy of Appointment
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On the other hand, there is another process for promotion


which is called RECLASSIFICATION. It is a movement
from one category to another category.
It refers to the change in the position title requiring the issuance
of an appointment with a corresponding increase in rank and
salary.
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Because the upward movement or UPGRADING for Teachers and/or the
Head Teachers due to the ERF scheme is only within one (1) category, to
illustrate:
T1, T2 and T3 = within one (1) category
T1 to T2 or T3
T2 to T3
HT1, HT2 and HT3 = within one (1) category HT4, HT5 and HT6 = within one (1) category
(elem./secondary level) (for secondary level only)
HT1 to HT2 or HT3 HT4 to HT5 or HT6
HT2 to HT3 HT5 to HT6
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Reclassification from Teacher Position


to
Head Teacher I
(7 + 1)
in Secondary ONLY
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Qualification Standards (QS)
• Position Title : Head Teacher I
• Salary Grade : 14
• Level : 2
• Education : Bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education;
or Bachelor’s degree w/ 18 professional education units
with appropriate field of specialization
• Experience : 1 year (as Department Chairman)
• Training : 24 hours of relevant training
• Eligibility : RA 1080 (Teacher): TE; PBET; LET
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Computation of Points
Criteria Maximum No. of Points
• Performance Rating 30
• Experience 10
• Outstanding Accomplishments 30
• Education and Training 20
• Potential 5
• Psychosocial Attributes and Personality Traits 5
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Required Documents for Reclassification from Teacher Position to HT - I
1. Endorsement Letter signed by the Schools Division Superintendent
2. Duly accomplished Evaluation Sheet
3. Plantilla Allocation List (PAL)
4. Matrix for Funding Requirement
5. Updated Service Record
6. School Data Bulletin prepared by the Planning Unit
7. Ranklist (for the purpose of Reclassification only)
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Required Documents for Reclassification from Teacher Position to HT - I
8. Waiver/s (if lone candidate)
9. SF 7, School Program and Teaching Loads for the last 3 School Years
10.List of Teachers by Department in the School (in 3 columns: Name, Item No., Position Title)
11.Copy of Current PSIPOP (Plantilla)
12.Copy of Latest Appointment
13.Transcript of Records and S.O.
14.PRC Certification of Good Standing
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Required Documents for Reclassification from Teacher Position to HT - I
15.Teacher’s License
16.Report of Board Rating
17.Certificates of Participation on Relevant Trainings Attended
18.Certification of Performance Ratings for the Last 3 rating periods
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Reclassification from Teacher Position


To
Master Teacher I
(5 + 1) in Secondary
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Qualification Standards (QS)
• Position Title : Master Teacher I
• Salary Grade : 18
• Level : 2
• Education : Bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education;
or Bachelor’s degree w/ 18 professional education units
with appropriate field of specialization
• Experience : 3 years as a Permanent Teacher
• Training : 40 hours of relevant training
• Eligibility : RA 1080 (Teacher): TE; PBET; LET
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Computation of Points
Criteria Maximum Points
• A 20
• B 12
• C 12
• D 12
• E 12
• F 12
• G 10
• H 10
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T O T A L 100
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Master Teachers shall be selected initially on the basis of the criteria for
Master Teachers. Enclosure to MECS Order No. 10, s. 1979, and finally
using the credit points for Leadership, Potentials and Accomplishments.
In addition, the candidate shall be evaluated in terms of possession of the
minimum requirements specified in the latest issuances, qualification
standards manual, 1992 and DECS Order No. 54, s. 1993 for reconsideration
of positions next-in-rank. The average performance rating for the last two
(2) years shall at least be ____.
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CREDIT POINTS FOR LEADERSHIP, POTENTIALS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS:
CRITERION A – Introduced any of the following which
has been adopted or used by the school or district (20 points)
1. Curriculum or Instructional Materials
2. Worthwhile Income Generating Projects
Points shall be given as follows: Year level adoption - 10 pts.
School level adoption - 15 pts.
District level adoption - 20 pts.
For group claims, points shall be divided equally among proponents.
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CRITERION B – Served as a subject-coordinator or grade chairman for at


least one (1) year; or an adviser of the school publication
or any special organization like glee club, science club,
etc. for at least two (2) years provided such assignment or
services are in addition to and not considered part of the
regular teaching loads.

(12 points)
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CRITERION C – Served as chairman of a special committee such as:


- Curriculum study committee
- Committee to prepare shall be the basic consideration
for instructional materials
- Committee to prepare sxhool program and discharged
the work efficiently

(12 points)
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CRITERION D – Initiated or headed an educational research activity duly


approved by Educational Authorities, either for the
improvement of instruction, for community development
or for teachers welfare.

(12 points)
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CRITERION E – Coordinator of community project or activity or of program


of another agency, coordinator of rural service
improvement activity in a community as feeding,
nutrition, etc. for at least two (2) years.

(12 points)
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CRITERION F – Organized/managed an in-service activity at least on the


school level.

(12 points)
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CRITERION G – Credited with meritorious achievements such as:


- Trainor or coach to the contestants who received prizes,
commendations or any form of recognition.
- Athletic coach of athletes on terms who won prizes in the
different levels of competitions.

(10 points)
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CRITERION H – Demonstration Teaching

Three or more demonstration teaching conducted - 10 points


Two demonstration teaching conducted - 7 points
One demonstration teaching conducted - 4 points

(10 points)
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Required Documents for Reclassification from Teacher Position to HT - I
1. Endorsement Letter signed by the Schools Division Superintendent
2. Duly accomplished Evaluation Sheet
3. Plantilla Allocation List (PAL)
4. Matrix for Funding Requirement
5. Updated Service Record
6. School Data Bulletin prepared by the Planning Unit
7. Ranklist (for the purpose of Reclassification only)
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Required Documents for Reclassification from Teacher Position to HT - I
8. Waiver/s (if lone candidate)
9. SF 7, School Program and Teaching Loads for the last 3 School Years
10.List of Teachers by Department in the School (in 3 columns: Name, Item No., Position Title)
11.Copy of Current PSIPOP (Plantilla)
12.Copy of Latest Appointment
13.Transcript of Records and S.O.
14.PRC Certification of Good Standing
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Required Documents for Reclassification from Teacher Position to HT - I
15.Teacher’s License
16.Report of Board Rating
17.Certificates of Participation on Relevant Trainings Attended
18.Certification of Performance Ratings for the Last 3 rating periods
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The minimum points to be earned by candidates to be


promoted to Master Teacher I position:

At least 25 points in leadership potential or has been a


demonstration teacher with a number of points plus a
number of points in leadership potential to reach the total of
25 points.
Work Flow on Reclassification of Positions
Teacher Division Office Regional Office DBM

1 Submits request 2
and required Receives and evaluates documents
documents to as to completeness and authenticity
D.O.
NO YES

Complete and authentic

NO 3 5 Reviews/validates qualifications,
Evaluates qualifications of applicants
on the basis of the criteria under item number, school assignment of
D.O. # teacher
QUALIFIED
4 Prepares and submits matrix of
qualified applicants, documents and With No deficiency
recommendations to R.O. deficiency,
return to D.O.

9a 7 Takes final action on requests


Receives NOSCA (original copy) 6 Endorses request for for reclassification
Receives original reclassification to DBM-R.O.
11 10 Prepares appointment as
copy of attested
appointment reclassified for attestation by CSC 8
9a Prepares NOSCA and SARO,
Receives NOSCA (copy)
and effects modification in GMIS
12 Submits copy of attested 13
appointment to RPSU with other Adjusts salary of reclassified
required documents position in the regular payroll

Submits list of reclassified position Transmits list of reclassified


in PSIPOP format to DBM thru R.O. positions to DBM
for updating purposes
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• DepEd Order No. 39, s. 2007 “Modified Qualification Standards for the Positions
of Head Teachers and Principals”
• DepEd Order No. 42, s. 2007 “The Revised Guidelines on Selection, Promotion
and Designation of School Heads”
• MEC Order No. 10, s. 1979 “Implementing Rules and Regulations for the System
Career Progression for Public School Teachers”
• MEC Order No. 29, s. 1979 “Clarification on Guidelines for Implementing the
Career Progression System for Master Teacher Program”
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