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SCHOOL DIVISION OF CAPIZ

COMMISSIONER LUIS R. ASIS NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL


INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM
School Year 2016-17
Name of Employee: ___RONNEL B. BECHAYDA Name of Rater:
Position: Teacher I Position:
Rating Period: June 2016-March, 2017 Date of Review:
School: Region:_________________________
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PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
RATING
Weight
per Outstanding Very Satisfactory Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Poor ACTUAL
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES OUTPUT TIME LINE KRA (5) (4) (3) (2) (1) RESULTS Q E T Ave.

1. Prepared and submitted well-developed and up-


to-date weekly lesson plans / DL with: Lesson Plans/DLL June - March
Prepared and submitted 37 Prepared and submitted 25- Prepared and submitted less Prepared and submitted less
a. SMART objectives Prepared and submitted 30-
weekly lesson plans that 29 weekly lesson plans that than 20-24 weekly lesson than 19 lesson plans that
A. Teaching b. appropriate contents and 5% 36 weekly lesson plans that
contain 4 of the indicated contain 4 of the indicated plans that contain 3 of the contain 2 or less of the
Learning Process instructional materials/teaching aids contain 4 the indicated parts
c. relevant procedures/ strategies /activities parts. parts indicated parts indicated parts
(20%)
d. evaluative procedures/techniques

5 5.00
2. Facilitated teaching-learning processes with
manifestation of the following:
a. relating lesson with previous knowledge or
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skills
b. conveying ideas clearly
c. utilizing the art of questioning Facilitated teaching-learning Facilitated teaching-learning Facilitated teaching-learning Facilitated teaching-learning Facilitated teaching-learning
to elicit higher order thinking processes with manifestation processes with manifestation processes with manifestation processes with manifestation processes with manifestation of
Observation June - March
d. greater student participation 5% of consistency in 6 of the of consistency in 5 of the of consistency in 4 of the of consistency in 3 of the consistency in 2 or less of the
Reports
e. use of ICT-enhanced teaching strategies and/or stated indicators with 10 or stated indicators with 8-9 stated indicators with 6-7 stated indicators with 4-5 stated indicators with 3-below
instructional materials more observation reports. observation reports. observation reports. observation reports. observation reports.

f. objectives of
the lesson realized 4 4.00

3. Checked attendance, initiated effective students


discipline and maintained clean and orderly Report of Students
Students attendance checked Students attendance Students attendance checked Students attendance checked Students attendance checked
classroom conducive to the teaching-learning Attendance / Observation June-March
daily and regularly maintained checked daily and regularly daily and regularly maintained daily and regularly maintained daily and regularly maintained
process Reports 5%
clean and orderly classroom maintained clean and orderly clean and orderly classroom clean and orderly classroom clean and orderly classroom
with zero infraction. classroom with 1-5 infraction. with 6-10 infraction. with 11-15 infraction. with 16 and above infraction.

4 4.00

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PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
RATING
Weight
per Outstanding Very Satisfactory Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Poor ACTUAL
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES OUTPUT TIME LINE KRA (5) (4) (3) (2) (1) RESULTS Q E T Ave.

4. Monitored and assessed teaching- learning


outcomes and students progress on regular basis
focusing on
a. written exam/assessments Incomplete and un-updated Incomplete and un-updated
Complete and up-to-date Up to date records of Up to date records of
b. oral/ skills assessments records of monitoring and records of monitoring and
A. Teaching- records of monitoring and monitoring and assessments monitoring and assessments
c. assignment/ home activities Class Records/ Records of End of Every assessments of students assessments of students
Learning 5% assessments of all students of all students progress and of all students progress and
d. Periodical exam/assessments Students Outputs Quarter progress and learning progress and learning
Process (20%) progress and learning learning outcomes with 5 learning outcomes with 4
e. enrichment/enhancement activities outcomes with 3 indicators for outcomes with 2 or less
outcomes for every quarter. indicators for every quarter indicators for every quarter
every quarter indicators for every quarter

f. assessment outputs submitted on time


4 4.00

Attained an average of 65% & Attained an average of 53% and


1. Attained an average of 65% MPS on learners Attained an average of 60-64% Attained an average of 55-59% Attained an average of 50-54%
above MPS and above on below MPS on learners
achievement of the subject area for the School Quarterly Learners' MPS June- March 20% MPS on learners achievement MPS on learners achievement MPS on learners achievement
learners achievement by the achievement end of the School
Year end of the School Year end of the School Year end of the School Year
end of School Year Year
1 1.00

Achieved 100% and above Achieved 95- 99% Promotion Achieved 90 -94% Promotion Achieved 85 - 89% Promotion Achieved 84% and below
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2. Achieved 100% Promotion Rate of learner's in Promotion Rate of learner's in Rate of learner's in the subject Rate of learner's in the subject Rate of learner's in the subject Promotion Rate of learner's in
Promotion Report / SF 5 June - March 20%
the subject area by the end of School Year the subject area by the end of area by the end of School Year area by the end of School Year area by the end of School Year the subject area by the end of
School Year School Year
5 5.00
B. Learner's Outcome
(45%)

3. Remediated all students with subject All students with deficiencies All students with deficiencies All students with deficiencies All students with deficiencies All students with deficiencies
Implementation Report of
deficiencies that resulted to 100% completion of assisted and remediated that assisted and remediated that assisted and remediated that assisted and remediated that assisted and remediated that
Remediation or Enrichment June - March 5%
subject requirements and/or promotion. resulted to subject 100% resulted to subject 95-99% resulted to subject 90-94% resulted to subject 85-89% resulted to subject 84% and
Program
completion/ promotion completion/ promotion completion/ promotion completion/ promotion below completion/ promotion

5 5.00

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PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
RATING
Weight
per Outstanding Very Satisfactory Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Poor ACTUAL
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES OUTPUT TIME LINE KRA (5) (4) (3) (2) (1) RESULTS Q E T Ave.

1. Attained the following attendance records for the


entire school year:
Summary Report of Teachers Attained perfect attendance Attained attendance of 195- Attained attendance of 189- Attained attendance of 183- Attained attendance of 182and
a. reported to school for 201 school June- March 5%
Attendance records 200 school days 194school days 188 school days below school days
days

5 5.00

Summary Report of Teachers Attained 5 times or less Attained more than 16 times
June- March 2% no record of tardiness Attained 6-10 times tardy Attained 11-15 times tardy
b. incurred 10 times or less tardy Attendance tardy. tardy.

5 5.00

80-89% relevant school 69% & below relevant school Zero relevant school reports and
90-99% relevant school reports 70-79% relevant school reports
reports and required reports and required required documents/ data
2. Submitted 20 relevant school Summary of Submitted and required documents/ data and required documents/ data
June- March 5% documents/ data submitted documents/ data submitted with submitted with many
reports and required documents/ data on time Required Reports/ Documents submitted accurately on or submitted accurately on or
accurately on or before the less inaccuracies on or before inaccuracies on or before the
before the required time before the required time
required time the required time required time

C. Professionalism, 5 5.00
Personal Growth and
Development (27%)
3. Attended 15 seminars /trainings
15 or more seminars 10-14 seminars /trainings 6-9seminars /trainings / 4-5 seminars /trainings / 1 or less seminars /trainings /
/ workshops/ professional meetings within the Certificate/ Certification /
/trainings / workshops/ /workshops/ professional workshops/ professional workshops/ professional workshops/ professional
school year Attendance Report on June - March 5%
professional meetings attended meetings attended within the meetings attended within the meetings attended within the meetings attended within the
Professional Meetings
within the school year school year school year school year school year

4 4.00

4 co-curricular/school
5 or more co-curricular/school 3 co-curricular/school 2 co-curricular/school 1 co-curricular/school activities/
activities/ program
4. Initiated/participated in 5 co-curricular /school Accomplishment/ activities/ program activities/ program activities/ program program initiated/participated/
June-March 5% initiated/participated/
activities within the rating period. Documentation Reports initiated/participated/ attended initiated/participated/ attended initiated/participated/ attended attended with proper
attended with proper
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with proper documentation with proper documentation with proper documentation documentation
documentation
4 4.00

5. Incurred 0 instances infractions on Dress code & 16 & above instances


Dept. Summary Report June-March 5% 0 instances infractions 1-5 instances infractions 6-10 instances infractions 11-15 instances infractions
Professional Conduct infractions

4 4.00

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0.10

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0.20

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PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
RATING
Weight
per Outstanding Very Satisfactory Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Poor ACTUAL
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES OUTPUT TIME LINE KRA (5) (4) (3) (2) (1) RESULTS Q E T Ave.

Produced publication/ creative


Produced publication/
1. Produced publications/creative work published in National Produced publication/ creative Produced publication/ creative
creative work published in
works for school paper / division / Published Works / Instructional Circulation/ DepEd Post/ CSC work published in division / work published in school
June-March 2% regional publications /or Unpublished work produced
professional / educational / publication / or Materials Newsletters and similar city publications /or functional publications /or functional
functional instructional materials / SIM
functional instructional
publications /or functional instructional materials instructional materials
materials
instructional materials

1 1.00

1 Approved/ Accepted Action


Submitted Action Research Action Research completed,
Research Paper conducted Conducted Action Research, Action Research proposal,
Paper with full documentation for evaluation in the school
2. Conducted 1 school-based action research Approved Action Research with full documentation on research paper, problem to work on identified,
D. Special Tasks/ Plus within the rating period. June-March 4% pending approval from level, pending submission to
Paper completion duly approved by documentation and results no documentation or data
Factor (8 %) authority or Division CBAR the Division CBAR
Division CBAR Committee by incomplete by March 31 gathered by March 31
Committee by March 31 Committee by March 31
March 31
1 1.00
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Received 1 or more award/ Received 1 award/ Received 1 award/ Received 1 award/ recognition Received 1 award/ recognition
Certificate/Certification
3. Received 1 award/recognition for exemplary recognition for exemplary recognition for exemplary recognition for exemplary for exemplary for exemplary
of the award for exemplary
performance/winning coach/ trainer by the end of June-March 2% performance/winning coach/ performance/winning coach/ performance/winning coach/ performance/winning coach/ performance/winning coach/
performance/ as winning coach/
School Year trainer in the international/ trainer in the regional level by trainer in the division level by trainer in the district level by trainer in the school level by
trainer
national level by March 31 March 31 March 31 March 31 March 31
1 1.00
OVER
ALL
RATING 5 5.00
OVER
ALL Very Satisfactory
Ratee RATING

Principal
Schools Division Superintendent

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ALUATION

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3.58

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Name of Employee: RoRONNEL B. BECHAYDA Name of Rat
Position:Teacher 1 Position: __Principal III
Rating Period:
JUNE 2016 2017 Date of Review:

A. Teaching and Learning Process (20%)


A.1 A.2 A.3 A.4 TOTAL
0.300 0.300 0.150 0.250 1.000

B. Learners' Outcome (40%)


B.1 B.2 B.3 TOTAL
0.750 0.750 0.500 2.000

C. Intructional Assistance and Research (20%)

C.1 C.2 C.3 C.4 TOTAL


0.250 0.200 0.050 0.250 0.750

D. Professionalism, Personal Growth and Development (10%)


D.1 D.2 D.3 D.4 TOTAL
0.120 0.150 0.100 0.100 0.470

E. Special Task/ Plus Factor (10%)


E. 1 E.2 E.3 E.4 E.5 TOTAL
0.100 0.020 0.060 0.020 0.100 0.300

OVERALL RATING: 4.520


DESCRIPTION: #N/A

Ratee Rater

Reviewed by:
PERFORMANCE REVIEW COMMITTEE

Principal
Chairman
Head Teacher Master Teacher Representa
Member Member
FLORENCE B. LEGASPINA
osition: __Principal III
ate of Review: _April 14, 2016

opment (10%)
Representative from Faculty Assoc.
Member
1 1.49 Poor
1.5 2.49 Unsatisfactory
2.5 3.49 Satisfactory
3.5 4.49 Very Satisfactory
4.5 5 Outstanding