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POSITION AND COMPETENCY PROFILE

PCP No. _____1____

Revision Code: 00

Department of Education

Name
District

MINNIE A. CUADRA
LABANGAN I

Station
Division

Grade Level Taught

Grade VI

Subjects Taught

Position Title
Parenthetical Title
Office Unit
Reports to
Position Supervised

Teacher III

Salary Grade

Labangan Central Elementary School
Principal I

Effectivity Date
Page/s

JOB SUMMARY

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS
A. CSC Prescribed Qualifications
Education Bachelor of Elementary/Secondary/Early Childhood Education or Bachelor's degree plus 18 professional unit in Education
Experience None required
Eligibility RA 1080
Trainings None required

B. Preferred Qualifications
Education BSE/BSEEd/College Graduate with education units (18-21), MA units 18 units
Experience
Eligibility PBET/LET Passers

Labangan Central Elementary Sch
Zamboanga del Sur
EKAWP, English, , Science, Math
MSEP, Hekasi
13

Trainings In-Service training .

Math Filipino. P. .Revision Code: 00 ngan Central Elementary School boanga del Sur WP. Hekasi 13 . Science. English.

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Remarks & Reflections) 1 . Learning Resources.100% of all lesson logs were submitted for checking before the checking schedule to the school head 4 .Unsatisfactory • Prepared and used 2-3 instructional materials that integrated ICT per quarter 2 .Unsatisfactory • 51% .Individual Performance Commitment and Review Form Name of Employee: Position Review Period: Division: MFOs CHOKEY SORIANO Teacher .Outstanding 5 .Satisfactory 3 .Poor • 0-17 pupils got quarterly grade of 75% and better • 95% . Content. Teaching-Learning Process (40%) OBJECTIVES 1.Poor • 50% and Below of all ICT-integrated instructional materials were submitted to be check by the school head one week after the end of the quarter 5 .84% of all lesson logs were submitted for checking before the checking schedule to the school head 2 .Satisfactory • Prepared and used 3-5 instructional materials that integrated ICT per quarter HELEN P. Procedures. Remarks & Reflections) • 32-33 pupils got quarterly grade of 75% and better • 17-26 pupils got quarterly grade of 75% and better 10% 5 . Procedures.Outstanding •10 or more pupils who needed disciplinary interventions were identified • Zero (0)-1 identified pupil was reported and found guilty of violating the school's policies on child protection and the classroom's rules and norms of behaviors • The school's policies on child protection and the classroom's rules and norms of behaviors were introduced and explained to the pupils within 1 week after the beginning of the classes 4 .Satisfactory • 75%-84% of all lesson logs had all the complete parts (Objectives.100% of all lesson logs had all the complete parts (Objectives.Poor • 50% and below of all lesson logs were submitted for checking before the checking schedule to the school head 5 .Outstanding • 33-35 pupils got quarterly grade of 75% and better 5 .Poor 1 .Outstanding • Prepared and used 10-15 instructional materials that integrated ICT per • 33-35 pupils got quarterly grade of 75% and better quarter 3 .Poor • Prepared and used 1 and less instructional materials that integrated ICT per quarter 1 . LABANGAN DISTRICT I. Learning Resources.Satisfactory • 75%-84% of all ICT-integrated instructional materials were submitted to be check by the school head one week after the end of the quarter 2 .Very Satisfactory 4 .Very Satisfactory •5-9 pupils who needed disciplinary interventions were identified • 2-5 of identified pupils was reported and found guilty of violating the school's policies on child protection and the classroom's rules and norms of behaviors • The school's policies on child protection and the classroom's rules and norms of behaviors were introduced and explained to the pupils within 2 weeks after the beginning of the classes 3 . Learning Resources.Satisfactory •3-4 pupils who needed disciplinary interventions were identified • 11-15 pupils were reported and found guilty of violating the school's policies on child protection and the classroom's rules and norms of behaviors • The school's policies on child protection and the classroom's rules and norms of behaviors were introduced and explained to the pupils within 3 weeks after the beginning of the classes 2 . Procedures.74% of all lesson logs were submitted for checking before the checking schedule to the school head 1 .Outstanding • 95% -100% of all ICT-integrated instructional materials were submitted to be check by the school head one week after the end of the quarter 4 .Unsatisfactory • 51%-74% of all ICT-integrated instructional materials were submitted to be check by the school head one week after the end of the quarter • 0-17 pupils got quarterly grade of 75% and better 1 .Poor •0-1 pupil who needed disciplinary interventions was identified • 21 and more pupils were reported and found guilty of violating the school's policies on child protection and the classroom's rules and norms of behaviors • The school's policies on child protection and the classroom's rules and norms of behaviors were never introduced and explained to the pupils 5 .Unsatisfactory 2 .Very Satisfactory •85% .Poor 1 .3 Identified 10 pupils out of June 2016 march 2016 35 needing disciplinary interventions within the rating period 2.Poor • 50% and below of all lesson logs had all the complete parts (Objectives.Satisfactory 2 .Outstanding • 26-29 pupils got quarterly grade of 75% and better • 17-26 pupils got quarterly grade of 75% and better RATING SCORE* Q E T Ave.40 . Content. Remarks & Reflections) 3 .Unsatisfactory 2 .Unsatisfactory • 51%-74% of all lesson logs had all the complete parts (Objectives.Unsatisfactory 2 . Remarks & Reflections) 4 . Content. DIVISION OF ZAMBOANGA DEL TO BE FILLED DURING PLANNING KRAs 1. Procedures. Content. evaluated and June 2016 maintained 35 pupils/students' April 2017 report of progress within the rating period Name of Rater: Position Date of Review: TO BE FILLED DURING EVALUATION PERFROMANCE INDICATORS Weight per KRA Quality 20% 5 . Remarks & Reflections) 2 .8 JUNE 2016 .Very Satisfactory • Prepared and used 5-10 instructional materials that integrated ICT per • 32-33 pupils got quarterly grade of 75% and better quarter 4 . Learning Resources.I 4 4 4 4 0.Satisfactory • 75% .1 Prepared Daily Lesson Logs in all subjects following the curriculum guide TIME LINE June 2016 March 2016 1.MARCH 2017 LABANGAN CENTRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.Very Satisfactory • 85% -94% of all ICT-integrated instructional materials were submitted to be check by the school head one week after the end of the quarter 3 . MABINI ESP .Outstanding Efficiency Timeliness 5 .94% of all lesson logs had all the complete parts (Objectives.Outstanding 5 .Unsatisfactory •2-3 pupils who needed disciplinary interventions were identified • 5-9 pupils were reported and found guilty of violating the school's policies • The school's policies on child protection and the classroom's rules and norms of on child protection and the classroom's rules and norms of behaviors behaviors were introduced and explained to the pupils within 4 weeks after the beginning of the classes 1 .Satisfactory • 26-29 pupils got quarterly grade of 75% and better 3 .Outstanding 10% 5 . Content.2 Prepared 15 instructional June 2016 materials integrating ICT in all March 2017 subjects per quarter Basic Education Services 1.Satisfactory 3 .Outstanding 5 .Poor 10% 5 .94% of all lesson logs were submitted for checking before the checking schedule to the school head 3 . Learning Resources. Procedures.Unsatisfactory 1 .Very Satisfactory 4 .Outstanding • 95% .Very Satisfactory 4 . 3 .Very Satisfactory • 85% .1 Monitored.Outstanding ACTUAL RESULTS 1 .Very Satisfactory 4 . Pupils/ Student Outcomes (30%) #RSH# 2.

Outstanding • Report of learners' performance was submitted to the school head within 25 working days or later on/or before deadline 5 . evaluated.Satisfactory • 4-6 parents of pupils needing academic monitoring/follow-up were visited 2 .Outstanding 5% • Report of learners' performance was submitted to the school head within 10 working days on/or before deadline 3 .Unsatisfactory • Conducted 1 Homeroom PTA Meeting/Conference • 51%-74% of parents attended the meeting 1 .Outstanding • 10 or more parents of pupils needing academic monitoring/follow-up were visited 4 .Satisfactory 3 .Satisfactory • 85%-94% of the purpose for the visit was realized • Home visitations was done 2 months before the end of school year 3 .Satisfactory • Identified and monitored 3-4 learners every quarter • 6-10 identified and monitored got a failing grade • Report of learners' performance was submitted to the school head within 15 working days on/or before deadline 2 .Very Satisfactory 4 .Very Satisfactory • Conducted 3 Homeroom PTA Meetings/Conferences • 85%-94% of parents attended the meeting 3 .2 Visited 10 parents of April 2017 students needing academic monitoring/follow-up within the rating period Basic Education Services #RSH# 5% 5 .Outstanding June 2016 April 2017 Efficiency • 3 of the expected numbers of Homeroom PTA meetings/ conferences conducted on time 3 . Pupils/ Student Outcomes (30%) OBJECTIVES TIME LINE 2.Satisfactory • Conducted 2 Homeroom PTA Meetings/Conferences • 75%-84% of parents attended the meeting 2 .Poor 1 .Outstanding • Conducted 4 and more Homeroom PTA Meetings/Conferences • 95%-100% of parents attended the meeting 4 .Very Satisfactory • Report of learners' performance was submitted to the school head within 5 working days on/or before deadline 4 .Poor • Report of progress of 0-18 pupils were monitored.Unsatisfactory • Report of progress of 18-27 pupils were monitored.Outstanding •None/Zero (0) of the expected numbers of Homeroom PTA meetings/ conferences conducted on time 5 .Outstanding • Conducted 10 or more remediation lesson/classes during the quarter to ensure learning of pupils 4 . maintained and updated every quarter 10% 5 .Unsatisfactory 2 .1 Monitored.2 Identified and monitored 10 June 2016 April 2017 learners' individual performances every quarter and conducted remediation for learners at risk of failing 2.Very Satisfactory • Report of progress of 30-34 pupils were monitored. evaluated.Unsatisfactory • 18-27 pupils reached proficiency level of 75% and better 1 .Outstanding June 2016 April 2017 Timeliness • Report of progress of 34-36 pupils were monitored.Very Satisfactory 4 .Poor • Report of learners' performance was submitted to the school head within 20 working days on/or before deadline 1 . maintained and updated every quarter • 17-26 pupils got quarterly grade of 75% and better • Report of progress of pupils were given to parents within 30 working days after the submission of grades from subject teachers 1 .Poor 1 .Satisfactory 3 .Poor • 51%-74% of the purpose for the visit was realized • Home visitations was done 15 days before the end of school year 1 .Very Satisfactory • 7-9 parents of pupils needing academic monitoring/follow-up were visited 3 .Satisfactory • 27-34 pupils reached proficiency level of 75% and better 2 .Satisfactory 3 .Very Satisfactory 4 .Satisfactory • Report of progress of 27-34 pupils were monitored.Unsatisfactory 2 .Unsatisfactory • 1-3 parents of pupils needing academic monitoring/follow-up were visited 1 . evaluated and June 2016 maintained 35 pupils/students' April 2017 report of progress within the rating period Basic Education Services 2.Unsatisfactory 2 .Very Satisfactory • 4 or more of the expected numbers of Homeroom PTA meetings/ conferences conducted on time 4 .Very Satisfactory • 30-34 pupils reached proficiency level of 75% and better 3 .1 Conducted 4 or more PTA meetings/ conferences in the rating period June 2016 3. evaluated.Poor • 34-36 pupils reached proficiency level of 75% and better 4 .Satisfactory • Conducted 4-6 remediation lesson/classes during the quarter to ensure learning of pupils 2 .Very Satisfactory • Report of learners' performance was submitted to the school head within 5 working days on/or before deadline 4 .MFOs KRAs 2.Outstanding • Identified and monitored 10 and more learners every quarter • Zero (0) pupil identified and monitored got a failing grade 4 .Very Satisfactory 4 .3 35 of Grade V pupils reached proficiency level of 75% in all quarters PERFROMANCE INDICATORS Weight per KRA Quality • 33-35 pupils got quarterly grade of 75% and better • Report of progress of pupils were given to parents within 15 working days after the submission of grades from subject teachers 4 .Poor ACTUAL RESULTS RATING SCORE* Q E 4 T 4 Ave.Poor • Conducted 0-1 remediation lesson/classes during the quarter to ensure learning of pupils 5 .40 .Poor 1 .Unsatisfactory 2 . maintained and updated every quarter • 26-29 pupils got quarterly grade of 75% and better • Report of progress of pupils were given to parents within 25 working days after the submission of grades from subject teachers 2 .Unsatisfactory 2 .Unsatisfactory •1 of the expected numbers of Homeroom PTA meetings/ conferences conducted on time 1 .Satisfactory • Report of learners' performance was submitted to the school head within 10 working days on/or before deadline 3 .Satisfactory 3 .Unsatisfactory • 75%-84% of the purpose for the visit was realized • Home visitations was done 1 month before the end of school year 2 . maintained and updated every quarter • 0-17 pupils got quarterly grade of 75% and better • Report of progress of pupils were given to parents within 35 or later working days after the submission of grades from subject teachers 5 .Poor • Identified and monitored 0-1 learner every quarter • 15 or more pupils identified and monitored got a failing grade • Report of learners' performance was submitted to the school head within 25 working days or later on/or before deadline 5 .Poor 1 .Poor • Never conducted any Homeroom PTA meeting/ conference • 50% and below of parents attended the meeting 5 . Community Involvement (15%) 3. evaluated. 4 4 0.Outstanding 10% 5 .Very Satisfactory • Identified and monitored 5-9 learners every quarter • 1-5 pupil identified and monitored got a failing grade 3 .Unsatisfactory • Report of learners' performance was submitted to the school head within 15 working days on/or before deadline 2 .Satisfactory • 2 of the expected numbers of Homeroom PTA meetings/ conferences conducted on time 2 .Poor • Report of learners' performance was submitted to the school head within 20 working days on/or before deadline 1 . evaluated. maintained and updated every quarter • 32-33 pupils got quarterly grade of 75% and better • Report of progress of pupils were given to parents within 20 working days after the submission of grades from subject teachers 3 .Satisfactory 3 .Poor • 0-18 pupils reached proficiency level of 75% and better 3.Unsatisfactory • Identified and monitored 2-3learners every quarter • 11-14 pupils identified and monitored got a failing grade 1 .Very Satisfactory 4 .Satisfactory 5 .Outstanding 5 .Poor 1 .Unsatisfactory • Conducted 2-3 remediation lesson/classes during the quarter to ensure learning of pupils 1 .Very Satisfactory • 95%-100% of the purpose for the visit was realized • Home visitations was done 3 months before the end of school year 4 .Outstanding 5 .Very Satisfactory • Conducted 7-9 remediation lesson/classes during the quarter to ensure learning of pupils 3 .Unsatisfactory 2 .

Unsatisfactory 2 .Poor 1 .Outstanding • Attended 5 or more seminars/trainings/workshops • Never attended/initiated/ participated in co-curricular/ school activities • Did not attend/initiate/ participate in co-curricular/ school activities 4. district. regional and national level within the end of the school year 5% 5 .Poor 1 . Professional Growth 4. #RSH# 5 .000 • Report of participation/initiated was submitted to the school head within 20 working days from the date of the project/event/activity 1 . Participants in the school level.3 Coached pupils/athletes.Unsatisfactory 2 . 3 . initiated and/or participated in 2 projects/ events/ activities within the rating period • Fundraised Php 2. Participants in the cluster level.Outstanding 5 .Satisfactory • Attended/initiated/ participated in 3 co-curricular/ school activities • Served as staff • Report of participation was submitted to the school head within 15 working days from the date of the project/event/activity 2 .Satisfactory 3 .Very Satisfactory 4 .001-Php 3. 4 . division. participants.Poor 5% 5 . regional and national level within the rating period 4.Satisfactory 3 . district.001 and more activities within the rating period • Report of participation/initiated was submitted to the school head within 5 working days from the date of the project/event/activity 4 . district. Participants in the division level.Poor 1 .Poor • Attended zero(0) seminars/trainings/workshops • Never attended any seminars/trainings/workshops • Never attended seminars/trainings/workshops in school. district.000 • Report of participation/initiated was submitted to the school head within 10 working days from the date of the project/event/activity 3 .Unsatisfactory • Undertaken. initiated and/or participated in 5 or more projects/ events/ • Fundraised Php 4. Participants in the district level.Outstanding June 2016 March 2017 5 .First Place • Coached pupils/ athletes.Very Satisfactory 4 .000 and less • Report of participation/initiated was submitted to the school head within 25 working days or later from the date of the project/event/activity 5% 5 . initiated and/or participated in any project/ event/ activity within the rating period • Fundraised Php 1.Unsatisfactory • Received an award of participation.Outstanding • Home visitation was never done within the school year • Undertaken.Unsatisfactory • Attended/initiated/ participated in 1-2 co-curricular/ school activities • Attended/Participated • Report of participation was submitted to the school head within 20 working days from the date of the project/event/activity 1 .001-Php 4.Poor • Not undertaken.Unsatisfactory 2 .1 Attended 5 and Development (15%) seminars/trainings/ workshops March 2016 in school.monitoring/follow-up within the rating period MFOs Basic Education Services KRAs OBJECTIVES TIME LINE 3. district. participants in any competition.Very Satisfactory • Attended/initiated/ participated in 4 co-curricular/ school activities • Served as steering committee member • Report of participation was submitted to the school head within 10 working days from the date of the project/event/activity 3 . •Have not coached pupils/ athletes. division.Satisfactory Received an award during coaching.Satisfactory 3 .Poor 1 .000 • Report of participation/initiated was submitted to the school head within 15 working days from the date of the project/event/activity 2 . division. in any competition. regional and national level within 2 months before the end of the school year 2 .Poor • Have not coached pupils/ athletes. Timeliness 1 . regional and national level within 3 months before the end of the school year 3 .Unsatisfactory 2 .Poor 1 .Unsatisfactory 2 .Very Satisfactory 4 . participants in any level.Satisfactory • Attended 3 seminars/trainings/workshops • Attended seminars/trainings/workshops in district level • Done attending seminars/trainings/workshops in school.Poor 1 .3 Undertaken.001-Php 2. division. district.Very Satisfactory 4 . regional and national level within 4 months before the end of the school year 4 .Unsatisfactory • Attended 1-2 seminars/trainings/workshops • Attended seminars/trainings/workshops in school level • Done attending seminars/trainings/workshops in school.Unsatisfactory 2 .2 Initiated/ Participated in 5 June 2016 co-curricular/school activities March 2016 within the rating period Basic Education Services PERFROMANCE INDICATORS Weight per KRA Quality Efficiency • Zero (0) parent of pupils needing academic monitoring/follow-up were • 50% and below of the purpose for the visit was realized visited 5 . regional and national level within 1 month before the end of the school year 1 .Very Satisfactory 4 .Outstanding 5 .Second and third place.Very Satisfactory • Coached pupils/ athletes.Outstanding • Received an award during coaching.Outstanding 5 . initiated and/or June 2016 March 2016 participated on 5 projects/events/activities with external funding/ sponsorship within the rating period June 2016 4.Very Satisfactory 4 .Satisfactory 3 .Outstanding 5% 5 .Fourth-Tenth place • Coached pupils/ athletes. initiated and/or participated in 1 project/ event/ activity within the rating period • Fundraised Php 1. • Coached pupils/ athletes.Unsatisfactory 2 . division. initiated and/or participated in 3-4 projects/ events/ activities within the rating period • Fundraised Php 3.Very Satisfactory 4 . 2 . • Received an award during coaching.Satisfactory 3 .Outstanding 5 .Very Satisfactory • Attended 4 seminars/trainings/workshops • Attended seminars/trainings/workshops in regional & division level • Done attending seminars/trainings/workshops in school. division.Satisfactory 3 .Outstanding • Attended seminars/trainings/workshops in national level and international level • Done attending seminars/trainings/workshops in school.Outstanding • Attended/initiated/ participated in 5 or more co-curricular/ school activities • Organized/Initiated/Served as Facilitator/Resource Person/Coordinator/Chairman • Report of participation was submitted to the school head within 5 working days from the date of the project/event/activity 4 .Satisfactory • Undertaken. • Report of participation was submitted to the school head within 25 working days or later from the date of the project/event/activity ACTUAL RESULTS RATING SCORE* Q E T Ave.Poor 1 .Very Satisfactory • Undertaken.Satisfactory 3 . .

* To get the score.80 OVERAL RATING FOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS Ratee: Rater: CHOKEY SORIANO Teacher #RSH# Approving Officer: HELEN P.MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIME LINE Weight per KRA PERFROMANCE INDICATORS Quality Efficiency ACTUAL RESULTS Timeliness RATING SCORE* Q E T Ave. School Principal -I JUVY T.D. MABINI Elem. EMPALMADO . District Supervisor . the rating is multiplied by the weight assigned 0.Ed.

2 . 3 . 3 3 Maintains professional image: being trustworthy. Able to produce very satisfactoy quality of work in terms of usefulness/acceptability and completeness with no supervision required. 3 3 5 Sets high quality.6 Teamwork 1 2 Displays emotional maturity and enthusiasm for and is challenged by higher goals 3 4 Prioritize work tasks and schedules (through gantt charts. 1 . Service Orientation 3 2 Practices ethical and professional behavior and conduct taking into account the impact of his/her actions and decisions. 4 3 Delivers error-free outputs most of the time by conforming to standard operating procedures correctly and consistently. regularity of attendance and punctuality.Sometimes demonstrates.Role Model. good grooming and communication. 4 4 Expresses a desire to do better and may express frustration at waste or inefficiency. 5 5 Acts with a sense pf urgency and responsibility to meet the organization's needs.Most of the time demonstrates. 4 . 3 4 Makes personal sacrifices to meet the organization's needs. improves systems and help others improve their effectiveness. 5 5 Makes specific changes in the system or in own work methods to 4 1 2 3 4.Consistently demonstrates. May focus on new or more precise ways of meeting goals set.COMPETENCIES CORE BEHAVIORAL COMPETENCIES Self-Management 1 Sets personal goals and direction. 4 2 Undertakes personal actions and behaviors that are clear and purposive and takes into account personal goals and values congruent to that of the organization. 3 3. mistakes and wastage through effective work methods by placing organizational needs before personal needs. checklists. realistic goals for self and others 5 4 3 5 Professionalism and Ethics 1 Demonstrates the values and behavior enshrined in the Norms of Conduct and Ethical Standards for public officials and employee (RA 6713). etc.6 2 3 4 5 Result Focus Innovation 1 Achieves results with optimal use of time and resources most of the time.) to achieve goals.Rare . needs and development. challenging. 4 1 3. 4 2 Avoids rework.2 4 5 5 .

Writes routine correspondence/communications. 1 .) 4 4. numbers. notices.CORE SKILLS Computer / ICT Skills Oral Communication 1 1 Follows instructions accurately. 4 4 5 Adjust communication style to others. narrative and descriptive report based on ready available information data with minimal spelling or grammatical error/s (e.. Note: These ratings can be used for the developmental plans of the employee.2 4 Secures information from required references (i. 2 .Rare .Most of the time demonstrates. 3 instructions) for specific purposes. fluently and articulately. phonetic notation and content. 3 4 5 4 Written Communication 1 2 Knows the different written business communication formats used in the DepEd. 5 Guides discussions between and among peers to meet an objective. Memos.Role Model. 4 Demonstrates clarity. and effectiveness in his/her written 5 communications.e. fluency. 4 3 Uses appropriate medium for the message. 4 .Sometimes demonstrates. 5 4 Self-edits words.g. schedules. Directories.Consistently demonstrates. impact. conciseness.2 2 2 Expresses self clearly. if necessary. 3 . etc. 4 5 . minutes. 4 4.

monstrates. Uses ingenious methods to accomplish responsibilties.2 4 nnovation Examines the root cause of problems and suggests effective solutions. 4 Takes personal responsibilty for dealing with and/or correcting costumer service issues and concerns 5 Initiates activities that promotes advocacy for men and women empowerment. 4. mandates & strategies based on DepEd strategies and directions. 3 Translates creative thinking into tangible changes and solutions that improve the work unit and organization. issues and problems.Rarely demonstrates DEPED RPMS form . more efficiently. 3 5 3. without setting any specific goal. Demonstrates an ability to think "beyond the box".2 ervice Orientation Can explain and articulate organizational directions. 4 Participates in updating of office vision. 4 Works constructively and collaboratively with others and across organizations to accomplish organizational goals and objectives. 4 Drives consensus and team ownership of decisions. 3 4 1 . Demonstrates resourcefulness and the ability to succeed with minimal resources. or improving quality.6 Promotes a creative climate and inspires co-workers to develop original ideas or solutions. Promotes collaboration and removes barriers to teamwork and goal accomplishment across the organization 5 4 Applies negotiation principles in arriving at win-win agreements.DEPED form -Teachers .improve performance. costumer satisfaction. eamwork Willingly does his/her share of responsibilty. mission. morale. Continuously focuses on improving personal productivity to create higher value and results. 4 4. processes. and suggests bettter ways to do things (cost and/or operational efficiency). faster. at alower cost. 4 Develops and adopts service improvement programs through simplified procedures that will further enhance service delivery. Fosters new ideas. Examples may include doing something better.

) 5 Prepares simple presentations using Powerpoint. spreadsheets and graphic presentations using Word Processing and Excel.. turns the computer on/off.DEPED form . 5 Recommends appropriate and updated technology to enhance productivity and professional practice. printers.. 4. reports. modems.g. multi-media projectors. 5 5 OVERALL COMPETENCY RATINGS CORE BEHAVIORAL COMPETENCIES 4.09 1 .Rarely demonstrates DEPED RPMS form . 5 Identifies different computer parts. etc. assists in conducting research and communicate through local and global professional networks.omputer / ICT Skills Prepares basic compositions ( e. and work on a given task with acceptable speed and accuracy and connects computer peripherals ( e.g. 5 Utilizes technologies to : access information to enhance professional productivity.For Teachers . letters.09 CORE SKILLS OVERALL RATING monstrates.

Development Needs (Recommended Developmental Intervention) * Needs to write full descriptions on the Procedure part of the lesson * Enough time and lesser extra-classroom works to have more focus on teaching and classroom management plans * Needs improvement on record-keeping and documents * Exemplary when it comes to Community Involvement. Home visits and * Needs to have more scholarly/creative works that wil be published projects initiations on national papers and circulations * Needs to have more problem/ classroom based action researches * Versatile and is success.PART III: SUMMARY OF RATINGS FOR DISCUSSION Final Performance Results Accomplishments of KRAs and Objectives Employee-Superior Agreement The signatures below confirm that the employee and his/her superior have agreed to the contents of the performance as captured in this form. outcome. goal-oriented Action Plan . preparation conduct of Homeroom PTA meetings. CHOKEY SORIANO Name of Employee: Name of Superior: Signature: Signature: Date: Date: PART IV: DEVELOPMENT PLANS Strengths * Prepared Instructional Materials that integrated ICT and web-based resources in it.

CHOKEY SORIANO Ratee HELEN P. MABINI Rater .

March 2017 Resources Needed * Stakeholders * Donations * Sponsors * Interviews * Internet * Resource Persons .80 HELEN P.SCUSSION Rating 0. MABINI S Timeline June 2016.

D. MABINI Rater JUVY T.Ed. Approving Officer DEPED RPMS form . EMPALMADO .DEPED form -For Teacher | .HELEN P.