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INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM (IPCRF) FOR TEACHERS

SECONDARY LEVEL
(For Second Semester)

Name of Employee Name of Rater


Position Position
Review Period Date of Review
Bureau/Center/Service/Division

WEIGHT PERFORMANCE PERFORMANCE INDICATORS


ACTUAL
MFO KRA OBJECTIVES TIMELINE PER INDICATORS RATING SCORE
QUALITY TIMELINESS RESULT
KRA EFFICIENCY
KRA 1 I. Teaching 35%
Learning
Process
1. Prepared 68 complete set of Nov.- 5% 5 - Prepared 90 5 - SMART, 5 - submitted
Daily Lesson Logs (DLL) March and above 90 and before the
throughout the first and second complete above 1st period
grading period DLL with at 4 - lacking 1, of classes
least 3 79-89 4 - submitted
contextualize 3 - lacking 2, during the
d lessons. 68-78 1st period
4 - Prepared 79- 2 - lacking 3, of classes
89 daily 56-67 3 - submitted
complete 1 - lacking 4, during the
DLL with at 55 and 2nd period
least 2 below of classes
contextualize 2 - submitted
d lessons. during the
3 - Prepared 68- 3rd period
78 complete of classes
DLL with at 1 - submitted
least 1 during the
contextualize 4th period
d lessons. of classes
2 - Prepared 56- or beyond
67 complete within the

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DLL day
1 - Prepared 55
and below
complete
DLL

2. Utilized varied learning Nov. - 10% 5 - ICT/ 5 - Utilized 5 or


resources March Multimedia, more
- ICT/Multimedia Audio, Visual appropriate
- Audio and Printed IMs
- Visual and 4 - Utilized 4
- Printed Manipulative appropriate
- Manipulative instructional IMs
materials 3 - Utilized 3
were utilized appropriate
throughout Ims
the lessons. 2 - Utilized 2
4 - Audio, Visual appropriate
and Printed Ims
and 1 - Utilized only 1
Manipulative IM
instructional
materials
were utilized
throughout
the lessons.
3 - Visual,
Printed and
other
Manipulative
instructional
materials
were utilized
throughout
the lessons.
2 - Printed
materials
were utilized
throughout
the lessons.
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1 - Innovative
instructional
materials
were not
utilized
throughout
the lessons.

3. a. (For classroom advisers) Nov. - 8% 5 - Met 96-100% 5 - Prepares


Established and maintained a April of the items the
classhome that is conducive on the classhome
for learning throughout the Division in
semester with at least 75% of Standard November
the items in the Division Classhome 4 - Prepares
Standard Classhome evaluation the
Evaluation Checklist is checklist classhome
achieved. (Refer to the (DSCEC) in
Division Standard classhome 4 - Met 86-95% December
evaluation checklist for Elem. of the items 3 - Prepares
and Sec.) on the the
Division classhome
Standard in January
Classhome 2 -Prepares the
evaluation classhome
checklist in February
3 - Met 75-85% 1 - Prepares
of the items the
on the classhome
Division in March
Standard
Classhome
evaluation
checklist
2 - Met 50-74%
of the items
on the
Division
Standard
Classhome
evaluation
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checklist
1 - Met only 49%
and below of
the items on
the Division
Standard
Classhome
evaluation
checklist

3. b. (For non-advisers) Prepared an Nov. - 5 - Accomplished 5 - Prepares


updated office/work station April 100% of the the
structuring and others required items. office/work
of the assignment (EMIS, 4 - Accomplished station in
School Publication, SSG, 86 - 99% of November
DORP, ICT, School Clinic, the items. 4 - Prepares
Guidance, NDRRMC, etc.) 3 - Accomplished the
75 - 85% of office/work
the items. station in
2 - Accomplished December
50 - 74% of 3 - Prepares
the itmes. the
1 - Accomplished office/work
only 49% and station in
below. January
2 -Prepares the
office/work
station in
February
1 - Prepares
the
office/work
only when
there is an
evaluation

4. Taught all competencies in Nov. - 5% 5 - 95% and 5 - with 90-100% 5 - 95% and 5 - 90-100% in
quarters 1 & 2 in all subject areas March above of mastery above of the line with
handled with 75% mastery competencies 4 - with 80-89% competenci the LCD
were taught mastery es were 4 - 80-89% in
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with at least 3 - with 70-79% taught line with
75% mastery mastery 4 - 85-94% the LCD
4 - 85-94% of the 2 - with 60-69% 3 - 75-84% 3 - 70-79% in
competencies mastery 2 - 65-74% line with
were taught 1 - with 59 and 1 - 64% and the LCD
with 75% below mastery below 2 - 60-69% in
mastery level line with
3 -75-84% of the the LCD
competencies 1 - 59 and
were taught below in
with 75% line with
mastery level mastery
2 - 65-74% of the
competencies
were taught
with 75%
mastery level
1 - 64% and
below of the
competencies
were taught
with 75%
mastery level

5. Produced/enhanced/updated 40 Nov. - 4% 5 - 60 or more 5 - has indexed


complete indexed varied March complete IMs/eIMs
IMs/eIM/learning resources per indexed IMs/ daily
assigned/handled subject area eIMs were 4 - has indexed
prepared IMs/eIMs
(Acknowledge the source of the 4 - 50-59 every other
original material) complete day
indexed IMs/ 3 - has indexed
eIMs were IMs/eIMs
prepared weekly
3 - 40-49 2 - has indexed
complete IMs/eIMs
indexed IMs/ monthly
eIMs were 1 - has indexed
prepared IMs/eIMs
2 - 30-39 quarterly
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complete
indexed IMs/
eIMs were
prepared
1 - 29 and below
complete
indexed IMs/
eIMs were
prepared

KRA 2 Students 35%


Outcomes
1.Attained an average MPS of 75% Nov. - 4% 5 - attained 75% 5 - 80 % and
in the NAT March MPS and above of
above students
4 - attained 70- attained
74% MPS 75% MPS
3 - attained 50- and above
69% MPS 4 - 70 – 79 %
2 - attained 30- of students
49% MPS attained
1 - attained 1-29% 75% MPS
MPS 3 - 50 – 69%
of students
attained
75% MPS
2 - 30 – 49%
of students
attained
75% MPS
1 - 1 – 29% of
students
attained
75% MPS

2. Attained an average MPS of 75% Nov. - 2% 5 - attained 75% 5 - 80 % and


in the Quarterly Test March MPS and above of
(To be implemented in SY 2017- above students
2018) 4 - attained 70- attained
74% MPS 75% MPS
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3 - attained 50- and above
69% MPS 4 - 70 – 79 %
2 - attained 30- of students
49% MPS attained
1 - attained 1-29% 75% MPS
MPS 3 - 50 – 69%
of students
attained
75% MPS
2 - 30 – 49%
of students
attained
75% MPS
1 - 1 – 29% of
students
attained
75% MPS

5 - 0 dropout
3. Attained 0 dropout rate in all Nov. - 2% 4 - 0.1-1.0%
classes handled March dropout rate
3 - 1.1-2.0%
dropout rate
2 - 2.1-3.0%
dropout rate
1 - above 3.0%
dropout rate

4. Zero-out non-readers (for Grades Nov. - 2% 5 - 0 non-reader


1-10) March 4 - non-reader is
(use unified tool for the PHIL- only 0.1-1.0%
IRI) of the class
3 - non-reader is
only 1.1-2.0%
of the class
2 - non-reader is
only 2.1-3.0%
of the class
1 - non-reader is
above 3.0% of
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the class

5. Zero-out non-numerates Novemb 2% 5 - 0 non-


er-March numerates
4 - non-numerates
is only 0.1-
1.0% of the
class
3 - non-numerates
is only 1.1-
2.0% of the
class
2 - non-numerates
is only 2.1-
3.0% of the
class
1 - non-numerates
is above 3.0%
of the class

6. Improved reading levels of Novemb 2% 5 - 0 non- 5 - 0 non-


learners from non-reader to er-March numerates numerates
frustration level; from 4 - non-numerates 4 - non-
frustration to is only 0.1- numerates
instructional/independent level 1.0% of the is only 0.1-
in all classes handled class 1.0% of the
(Note: Non-advisers will take 3 - non-numerates class
the reading performance of the is only 1.1- 3 - non-
classes handled) 2.0% of the numerates
class is only 1.1-
2 - non-numerates 2.0% of the
is only 2.1- class
3.0% of the 2 - non-
class numerates
1 - non-numerates is only 2.1-
is above 3.0% 3.0% of the
of the class class
1 - non-
numerates
is above
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3.0% of the
class

7. Zero out failure rate in all classes Nov. - 4% 5 - 5 learners have 5 - 0% failure
handled (SHS - by semester) March improved rate
(Grade 7 -10 at the end of the current 4 - failure is
quarter) reading level only 1.0%
to the next of the class
higher reading 3 - failure is
level only 2.0%
4 - 4 learners have of the class
improved 2 - Failure is
current only 3.0%
reading level of the class.
to the next 1 - failure is
higher reading 4.0% and
level above of the
3 - 3 learners have class
improved
current
reading level
to the next
higher reading
level
2 - 2 learners have
improved
current
reading level
to the next
higher reading
level
1- 1 learner have
improved
current
reading level
to the next
higher reading
level

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8. a. Updated school records needed Nov. - 4% 5 - all School School Records 5 - all School 5 - on time
in the 1st & 2nd quarters (SF1, March Records are are: Records 4 - 1 - 3 days
SF2, SF3, LIS Portal, Class updated 5 - accurate, are late
Records, F138, F137, Grade 4 - lacks 1 school legible, updated 3 - 4 - 7 days
Sheets, F48 for class advisers record reliable, valid, 4 - lacks 1 late
3 - lacks 2 school authentic, school 2 - 8-10 days
records organized record late
2 - lacks 3 school 4 - presence of 4 3 - lacks 2 1 - more than
records 3 - presence of 3 school 10 days late
1 - lacks 4 or 2 - presence of 2 records
more school 1 - presence of 1 2 - lacks 3
records school
records
1 - lacks 4 or
more
school
records

8. b. Updated school records (for Nov. - 4% 5 - all School School Records 5 - all School 5 - on time
non-advisers) March Records are: Records are 4 - 1 - 3 days
updated 5 - accurate, updated late
and/or legible, 4 - lacks 1 3 - 4 - 7 days
submitted reliable, valid, school late
4 - lacks 1 school authentic, record 2 - 8-10 days
record organized 3 - lacks 2 late
3 - lacks 2 school 4 - presence of 4 school 1 - more than
records 3 - presence of 3 records 10 days late
2 - lacks 3 school 2 - presence of 2 2 - lacks 3
records 1 - presence of 1 school
1 - lacks more records
than 3 school 1 - lacks 4 or
records more school
records

9. Constructed the following Nov.- 2% 5 - complete 5 - complete 5 - on time


assessment tools: Summative March assessment assessment 4 - 1 - 3 days
Test with TOS, Item Analysis, tools tools late
Test Item Bank, MPS Result 4 - lacks 1 4 - lacks 1 3 - 4 - 7 days
assessment assessment late
tool tool 2 - 8-10 days
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3 - lacks 2 3 - lacks 2 late
assessment assessment 1 - more than
tools tools 10 days late
2 - lacks 3 2 - lacks 3
assessment assessment
tools tools
1 - lacks more 1 - lacks more
than 3 than 3
assessment assessment
tools tools

10. Prepared & submitted the Nov. - 2% 5 - Prepared 5 - Prepared


following reports as required: March complete and
1st and 2nd Quarter Periodic reports submitted
Exam Results (MPS), Oral 4 - Lacks 1 all reports 2
Reading Pre-Test Result, report days earlier
Proposed Action Plan, Monthly 3 - Lacks 2 than the
Accomplishment Report, SBM reports deadline
Reports, M & E Reports 2 - Lacks 3 4 - Prepared
reports and
1 - Lacks 4 or submitted
more all reports 1
reports day before
the
deadline
3 - Prepared
and
submitted
all reports
on the
deadline
2 - Prepared
and
submitted
all reports 1
day after
than the
deadline
1 - Prepared
and
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submitted
all reports 2
days and
more after
the
deadline.

11. Conducted counseling/home Nov. - 5% 5 - complete 5 - Conducted


visitation with supporting March 4 - lacks 1 counselling
evidences: MOV sessions/ho
- Letter Request 3 - lacks 2 me
- Travel Order MOVs visitation 5
- Certificate of 2 - lacks 3 times per
Appearance/Affirmation MOVs quarter
- Agreement Form 1 - lacks 1 4 - Conducted
- Pictures MOV counselling
sessions/ho
me
visitation 4
times per
quarter
3 - Conducted
counselling
sessions/ho
me
visitation 3
times per
quarter
2 - Conducted
counselling
sessions/ho
me
visitation 2
times per
quarter
1 - Conducted
counselling
session
once per
month
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12. Compiled complete and Nov. - 3% 5 - presence of
properly labelled students March all MOVs
portfolio with written and 4 - presence of
product/performance-based 4 MOVs
output with the presence of the 3 - presence of
following MOVs: 3 MOVs
- portfolio 2 - presence of
- student's profile 2 MOVs
- outputs 1 - presence of
- filled up/rated rubric 1 MOV
- journal

KRA3 III. School 10%


and
Commu-
nity
Involve-
ment
1. Conducted at least 2 PTA Nov. - 2% 5 - conducted 3
(Homeroom/General) meetings March PTA meetings
with the following MOVs: with complete
agenda, attendance sheet, minutes MOVs
of the meeting, pictorials 4 - conducted 3
PTA meetings
with
incomplete
MOVs
3 - conducted 2
PTA meetings
with complete
MOVs
2 - conducted 2
PTA meetings
within
complete
MOVs
1 - conducted 1
PTA meeting
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2. Attended school meetings Nov. - 3% 5 - 95-100%
March attendance
in school
meetings
4 - 85-94%
attendance
in school
meetings
3 - 75-84%
attendance
in school
meetings
2 - 55-74%
attendance
in school
meetings
1 - 1-54%
attendance
in school
meetings

3. Initiated the conduct of at least 2 Nov. - 2% 5 - conducted


Brigada Eskwela activities: letter April three (3)
of invitation, accomplishment Brigada
reposrt with attendance and Eskwela
pictorials activities
MOVs: with
- Letter of Invitation complete
- Attendance Sheet documentati
- Narrative Accomplishment on
Report 4 - conducted
- Pictorials three (3)
Brigada
Eskwela
activities
without
complete
documentati
on
3 - conducted
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two (2)
Brigada
Eskwela
activities
with
complete
documentati
on
2 - conducted
two (2)
Brigada
Eskwela
activity
without
complete
documentati
on
1 - conducted
Brigada
Eskwela
activity

4. Participated in at least three Nov. - 3% 5 - participated


civic-oriented activities within April in 5 or more
the 1st and 2nd quarters civic-
oriented
activities
with MOVs
(pictures,
certificate)
4 - participated
in 4 civic-
oriented
activities
with MOVs
(pictures,
certificate)
3 - participated
in 3 civic-
oriented
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activities
with MOVs
(pictures,
certificate)
2 - participated
in 2 civic-
oriented
activity
with MOVs
(pictures,
certificate)
1- participated
in only 1
civic-
oriented
activity
with MOVs
(pictures,
certificate)

KRA 4 IV. Professio- 15%


nal
Growth &
Develop-
ment
1. Attended In-service trainings of 5% 5 - International
at least 3 days conducted by /National
DepEd Level
MOVs: 4 - Regional
- Memorandum Level
- Certificate of Participation and 3 - Division Level
Appearance 2 - District Level
- Travel Order 1 - School Level
- Pictorial report

2. Earned units or Degree in post 5% 5 - Doctoral


graduate studies Degree Holder
4 - Earned units in
Doctoral
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Degree
3 - Masteral
Degree
2 - CAR in
Masteral
Degree
1 - units in
Masteral
Degree

3. Contributed in the development 5% 5 - Chairman


and implementation of the school in any
banner project aspect of
developing
and
implementi
ng the
school
banner
projects/pro
grams
4 - Co-
chairman in
any aspect
in
developing
and
implementi
ng the
school
banner
projects/pro
grams
3 - Member in
any aspect
in
developing
and
implementi
ng the
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school
banner
projects/pro
grams
2 - with
Special
Participatio
n in the
developmen
t of the
school
banner
projects/pro
grams
1 - Contributed
in the
implementat
ion of
School
banner
project

V. Plus Factor 5%

A. - Winning A. The teacher will gain a 5 - International


Coach/Aw maximum points of 5 if he/she Level
ardee achieved/served/ 4 - National Level
- Resource reached/manifested the 3 - Regional
Speaker/ following: Level
Trainer 2 - Division Level
- Facilitator 1 - School/District
- Curricu- Level
lum writer

B. 100% Daily B. Incurred 100% attendance and 5 - perfect


Attendance punctuality in school excluding attendance
approved leave of absence 4 – 1 to 2
absences
3 - 3 to 5 absences
2 - 6 to 8 absences
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1 - 9 or more
absences

C. Chairman- C. Chair/Coordinator in various 5 - 3 or more


ship/ school PAPS, program and chairmans
Coordina- project hip school
torship level
School- 4 - 2 chairman-
based ship school
INSET, level
SLAC, 3 - 1 chairman-
PAPs, ship or 4 or
Gulayan. more
DRR, Eco member-
Friendly, ship school
SBM, level
GAD, 2 - active
Adopt A member in
School, 3 or more
Brigada comm.
Eskwela, School
School level
Publica- 1 - active
tion, School member in
Banner 1-2 comm.
Project, School
School level
Feeding
Program,
Child
Friendly
School,
SSG with
MOVs

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D. Come up with Action Research 5 - Accom-
plished the
Action
Research
with MOVs
4 - Implemen-
ted the
Action
Research
with MOVs
3 - Approved
Action
Research by
the
SDS/ASDS
2 - Submitted
Action
Research
Proposal to
the
SDS/ASDS
1 - Proposed
Action
Research to
the
Immediate
Supervisor

E. Acted as Critique Teacher (for 5 - as critique


Student Teachers) teacher to 2
students
teachers
with
complete
MOVs
4 - as critique
teacher to 2
student
teachers
with
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incomplete
MOVs
3 - as critique
teacher to 1
student
teacher with
complete
MOVs
2 - as critique
teacher to 1
student
teacher with
incomplete
MOVs
1 - No direct
student
Teacher but
is asked to
give
technical
assistance
Overall Rating for Accomplishments

Rater Ratee Approving Authority

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PART III: SUMMARY OF RATINGS DISCUSSIONS

Final Performance Results Rating Adjectival Rating

Accomplishment of KRAs and Objectives

Rater - Ratee Agreement

The signatures below confirm that the employee and his/her superior have agreed on content of this appraisal form and the performance rating.

Name of Employee Name of Superior

Signature Signature

Date Date

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PART IV: DEVELOPMENT PLANS

Action Plan
Strengths Development Needs (Recommended Developmental Timeline Resources Needed
Intervention)

Rater Ratee Approving Authority

INSTRUCTIONS:
1. For teachers who have served at least a year of service in DepEd, they must fill-out the two (2) sets of IPCRF (1st Semester and 2nd Semester). To
come-up with the Overall Rating for SY 2017-2018, they must add-up the initial rating for the two (2) rating periods and divide it by 2, for
example: 4.3 (initial rating for the 1st Sem.); 4.6 (initial rating for the 2nd Sem.):
4.3 + 4.5 = 8.8
8.8/2 = 4.4
4.4 = Final IPCRF rating for SY 2017-2018

2. For newly hired teachers, they have to fill-in the semesters applicable to their ACTUAL date of service. For example:
a. Teacher A, hired August 6, 2017, IPCRF to be filled-in should be both 1st Semester and 2nd Semester;
b. Teacher B, hired November 8, 2017, IPCRF to be filled-in should be for the 2nd Semester only, therefore, the initial rating for
the 2nd Semester shall become the FINAL rating.

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3. This IPCRF ready-to-print and is consisting of 20 pages. YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO MAKE ANY CORRECTIONS/ALTERATIONS/ADDITIONS to the
template. Any comments/suggestions will be treated separately.

4. This form is also to be used by the Senior High School Teachers.

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