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Individual Performance Commitment and Review Form (IPCRF)

Name of
Employee:
DESIREE
ORENSE
Name of
Rater:
______________
______________
______________
___
Position: TEACHER I
Position: ______________________________________
Review Period: JUNE 2015 MARCH 2016
Bureau/Center/Service/Division: DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
TO BE FILLED IN DURING PLANNING
MFO**s

KRAs

OBJECTIVES

TIME
LINE

Weigh
t per
KRA

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
(Quality, Efficiency, Timeliness)
With reference to MOVs

Teaching-Learning
Process (40%)

1.

2.

Prepare lesson plans and daily logs of activities including


appropriate, adequate and updated instructional materials.
1. Prepare daily lesson plan with major parts and
corresponding activities.
2. Prepare daily lesson plan with objective which is
specific, measurable, attainable, result-oriented and
time-bound.
3. Uses instructional materials that caters to divergent
learners.
4. Attain the desired learning outcomes through
differentiated assessment
5. Accomplish the desired learning competencies.
Facilitate learning in the school through functional lessons
plans, daily logs and innovative teaching strategies
1. Use teaching methods and strategies which elicit
classroom interaction.
2. Provide individual activities such as quiz, individual
portfolio, formative and summative assessment.
3. Use inductive/deductive method in the execution of the
lesson.
4. Use cooperative learning strategies
5. Use ICT integration.
6. Conduct remediation/learning intervention for
SARDOs/PARDOs.

Initiate discipline of students including classroom rules,


guidelines and individual and group tasks within the
rating period.

Conduct orientation and how to observe school rules and

JunMar

15%

JunMar

15%

JunMar

10%

TO BE FILLED IN DURING
EVALUATION
ACTUAL
RATING
SCOR
RESULTS
(average
E
(Assessed
)
MOVs)
Q

5 151-160 lesson plan/daily logs were prepared and


with SMART objectives, developed activities for
divergent learners, attained desired learning outcomes
through differentiated assessment which aims to
accomplished the desired learning competencies.
4 140 -149
-do-
3 130-139
-do-
2 120-129
-do-
1 119 and below -do-

0.45

5 151-160 lesson plan facilitated learning through


teaching strategies by inductive/deductive method that
solicit classroom interaction using cooperative learning
which were enhanced through ICT integration. Included
remediation/learning intervention for
SARDOs/PARDOs.
4 140 -149
-do-
3 130-139
-do-
2 120-129
-do-
1 119 and below -do-

0.6

5 Effective classroom management that resulted to 0


incident referred to the Guidance Office
4 - -do- 1-4 incidents -do-
3 - -do- 5-8 incidents -do-

0.5

regulations.

Learning Outcomes
Management (35%)

Community
Involvement (15%)

2 - -do- 9-12 incidents -do-


1 -do- 13 or more incidents -do-

Monitor and evaluate and maintain pupils/ students progress


within the rating period.
1. Maintain a class record reflecting the basis of
students/pupils ratings.
2. Collect and rate students portfolio using a rubrics.
3. Prepare a table of specification for periodical test
showing congruency between content and skills
tested.
4. Administer pre-test and post-test and analyze
result.
5. Submits reports and tests on or before the due
date

Conduct remediation/ enrichment programs to improve


performance indicators.

JunMar

10%

5 Five (5) conditions were met and satisfactorily


accomplished and with outputs.
4 Four (4) conditions were met and satisfactorily
accomplished and with outputs.
3 - Three (3) conditions were met and satisfactorily
accomplished and with outputs.
2 Two (2) conditions were met and satisfactorily
accomplished and with outputs.
1 One (1) conditions were met and satisfactorily
accomplished and with outputs.

0.3

JunMar

5%

0.25

Attain 2% and above increase in the MPS


of the Quarterly Exams and the MPS of Pre Test and Post Test

JunMar

10%

0.3

Maintained updated and accurate pupils/students school


records such as:
1. SF1, SF2, SF3, and SF5
2. Anecdotal record
3. Form 137

JunMar

10%

0.3

Conduct regular/periodic PTA meetings/conferences.

JunMar

5%

5 Teacher conducted remediation/enrichment to 100%


of his/her students with grades 75 and below
4 -do 90% -do-
3 .-do 80% -do-
2 - -do 75% -do-
1 -do 70% -do-
5 More than 10% increment in test results
4 6%-10% increment in test results
3 2.5%-5% increment in test results
2 2%-2.4% increment in in test results
1 less than 2% increment in in test results
5 Maintain 96%-100%complete, updated and accurate
pupils/students school records quarterly.
4 Maintain 91%-95% complete, updated and accurate
pupils/students school records quarterly.
3 - Maintain 86%-90% complete, updated and accurate
pupils/students school records quarterly.
2 - Maintain 81%-85% complete, updated and accurate
pupils/students school records quarterly.
1 - Maintain 75%-80% complete, updated and accurate
pupils/students school records quarterly.
5 Conduct PTA meetings with agenda, attendance and
narrative report, with 90-100% attendance
4 - with 81-89% attendance
3 - with 71-80% attendance
2 - with 61-70% attendance
1 - 60% and below attendance

0.5

Visit parents of students needing academic


monitoring/follow-up.

JunMar

5%

5 Conducted home visitation with 100% success in


saving the SARDOs with 0 drop-out
4 - do 90%-do

0.15

3 - do 80%-do
2 - do 70%-do
1 - do 60%-do

Professional Growth
and Development
(10%)

Plus Factor

Initiate projects/events/activities with external


funding/sponsorship.

JunMar

5%

Participate/attending seminars (School, Division, Regional,


National, International).

JunMar

2.5%

Participate in co-curricular/school activities within


the rating period.

JunMar

5%

Teachers performance resulted to his/her students


achievement
Received awards/citation/recognition for exemplary
performance
Special Assignment added to regular teaching load

JunMar

2.5%

5 at least 2 projects/events/ activities initiated and


completed with full documentation.
4 - 1 project/event/activity initiated and completed with
full documentation.
3 - 1 project/event/activity initiated and completed with
partial documentation.
2 - 1 project/event/activity initiated and completed with
no documentation.
1 Did not initiate any project/event/activity.
5 - 5 seminars attended with complete documentation
and certificate.
4 - 4 seminars attended do-
3 3 seminars attended do-
2 - 2. seminars attended do-
1 1 seminars attended do-

0.25

0.75

5 participated in 100% of the co-curricular/school


activities.
4 - participated in 90% school activities.
3 - participated in 80% school activities.
2 - participated in 75% school activities.
1 participate in 70% school activities.
5 achievement & recognition reached the National
Level.
4 -do-Regional-do
3 -do-Division-do
2 -do-District-do
1 -do-School-do

0.25

0.25

OVERALL RATING
FOR
ACCOMPLISHMENT
S

**MFO Major Final Output:

increased access rate, increased retention rate/decreased drop-out rate and increased achievement rate3

Approved by:

3.9
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_____________________________
RHODORA P. ESPINO
Rater
Teacher III/ OIC Principal

_________________________

MARIA

Ratee

Head

San Antonio High School Paraaque


Hontiveros Compound, Fourth Estate Subdivision, Brgy. San Antonio, Paraaque City
Email Add: sanantoniohsp@gmail.com
Name:____________________________________________
Position:_________________________

KRAs

Weight
per KRA

Objective
s

Weight
per
Objectiv
es

KRA 1

40%

OBJECTIVE 1
OBJECTIVE 2
OBJECTIVE 3

15%
15%
10%

Rating

total
KRA 2

35%

OBJECTIVE
OBJECTIVE
OBJECTIVE
OBJECTIVE

1
2
3
4

10%
5%
10%
10%
total

KRA 3

15%

OBJECTIVE 1
OBJECTIVE 2
OBJECTIVE 3

5%
5%
5%
total

Score

KRA 4
Plus
Factor

10%

OBJECTIVE 1
OBJECTIVE 2
OBJECTIVE 3

2.5%
5%
2.5%
total
Final
Rating

Adjectival Ratings

RANGE
4.500 5.000
3.500 4.499
2.500 3.499
1500 2.499
Below 1.499

ADJECTIVAL RATING
Outstanding
Very Satisfactory
Satisfactory
Unsatisfactory
Poor