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Republic of the Philippines

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region IV –A CALABARZON
Division of Rizal
District of Cainta II
JANSSENVILLE ELEMENTARY
School ID 109401

LIZEL P. VILLAROYA
Teacher I

ANTONIA S. BENIGAY
Principal I
KRA 1

Content
Knowledge
and
Pedagogy
 KRA 1 : Objective 1

Objective
Applied
knowledge of
content within
and across
curriculum
teaching areas.
 KRA 1 : Objective 1 : MOV 1

MOV
Classroom observation
tool (COT), rating sheet
and/or inter-observer
agreement form about
knowledge of content
within and across
curriculum teaching
areas.
 KRA 1 : Objective 1 : MOV 2

MOV
Lesson plans/ modified
DLL’s developed
highlighting integration of
content knowledge within
and across subject areas.
 KRA 1 : Objective 1 : MOV 3

MOV
Instructional materials
highlighting mastery of
content and its
integration in other
subject areas.
 KRA 1 : Objective 1 : MOV 4

MOV
Performance tasks/ test
material(s) highlighting
integration of content
knowledge within and
across subject areas.
 KRA 1 : Objective 2

Objective
Used a range of
teaching strategies
that enhance learner
achievement in
literacy and
numeracy skills.
 KRA 1 : Objective 2 : MOV 1

MOV
Classroom observation
tool (COT), rating sheet
and/or inter-observer
agreement form about
knowledge of content
within and across
curriculum teaching
areas.
 KRA 1 : Objective 2 : MOV 2

MOV
Lesson plans/ modified
DLL’s developed
highlighting integration of
content knowledge within
and across subject areas.
 KRA 1 : Objective 2 : MOV 3

MOV
Instructional materials
highlighting mastery of
content and its
integration in other
subject areas.
 KRA 1 : Objective 2 : MOV 4

MOV
Performance tasks/ test
material(s) highlighting
integration of content
knowledge within and
across subject areas.
 KRA 1 : Objective 2 : MOV 5

MOV
Results of assessment
used in teaching.
 KRA 1 : Objective 3

Objective
Applied a range of
teaching strategies to
develop critical and
creative thinking as
well as other higher-
order thinking skills.
 KRA 1 : Objective 3 : MOV 1

MOV
Classroom observation
tool (COT), rating sheet
and/or inter-observer
agreement form about
teaching strategies to
develop critical and
creative thinking as well
as other higher- order
thinking skills.
 KRA 1 : Objective 3 : MOV 2

MOV
Lesson plans/ modified
DLL’s developed
highlighting different
teaching strategies that
develop critical and
creative thinking and/or
other HOTS.
 KRA 1 : Objective 3 : MOV 3

MOV
Instructional materials
highlighting different
teaching strategies that
develop critical and
creative thinking and/or
other HOTS.
 KRA 1 : Objective 3 : MOV 4

MOV
Performance tasks/ test
materials(s) used in
demonstration teaching.
 KRA 1 : Objective 3 : MOV 5

MOV
Results of assessment
used in teaching.
KRA 2

Learning
Environment
and Diversity
of Learners
 KRA 2 : Objective 4

Objective
Manage classroom
structure to engage
learners individually or in
groups, in meaningful
exploration, discovery
and hands-on activities
within a range of physical
learning environments.
 KRA 2 : Objective 4 : MOV 1

MOV
Classroom
observation tool
(COT), rating sheet
and/or inter-observer
agreement form
about managing
classroom structure
that engage learners
in various activities.
 KRA 2 : Objective 4 : MOV 2

MOV
Lesson plans/modified
DLL’s highlighting
various classroom
management
strategies that
engage learners in
activities/links in
different physical
learning
environments.
 KRA 2 : Objective 5

Objective
Lesson plans/modified
DLL’s highlighting various
classroom management
strategies that engage
learners in activities/links
in different physical
learning environments.
 KRA 2 : Objective 5: MOV 1

MOV
Classroom observation tool (COT),
rating sheet and/or inter-observer
agreement form about teacher
management of learner behaviour using
the following strategies.

1. Providing motivation.
2. Praising the learners./ Giving positive
feedback.
3. Setting house rules/ guidelines.
4. Ensuring learners’ participation.
5. Allowing learners to express their
ideas/ opinions.
6. Giving equal opportunities to learners.
7. Encouraging learners to ask
questions.
8. Others (Please specify and provide
annotations.)
 KRA 2 : Objective 6

Objective
Used differentiated,
developmentally
appropriate learning
experiences to
address learners’
gender, needs,
strengths, interests
and experiences.
 KRA 2 : Objective 6: MOV 2

MOV
Lesson plans/modified
DLLs developed
highlighting differentiation
in content, product,
process, learning
environment or others
according to learners’
gender, needs, strengths,
interests and
experiences.
 KRA 2 : Objective 6: MOV 3

MOV
Instructional materials
developed highlighting
differentiation in content,
product, process,
learning environment or
others according to
learners’ gender, needs,
strengths, interests and
experiences.
KRA 3

Curriculum
and
Planning
 KRA 3 : Objective 7

Objective
Planned, managed and
implemented
developmentally
sequenced teaching and
learning procedures to
meet curriculum
requirements and varied
teaching contents.
 KRA 3 : Objective 7: MOV 1

MOV
Classroom
observation tool
(COT), rating sheet
and/or inter-observer
agreement form about
using developmentally
sequenced teaching
and learning process.
 KRA 3 : Objective 7: MOV 2

MOV
Lesson plans/modified
DLLs highlighting
developmentally
sequenced instruction
that meets curriculum
goals and varied
teaching contexts.
 KRA 3: Objective 7: MOV 3

MOV
Instructional materials
used to implement
developmentally
sequenced teaching and
learning process to meet
curriculum requirements
and varied teaching
contexts.
 KRA 3 : Objective 8

Objective
Participated in
colleagues
discussions that use
teacher and learner
feedback to enrich
teaching practice.
 KRA 3 : Objective 8: MOV 1

MOV
Personal note of teachers
on LACs/FGOs/meetings
with proof of attendance.
 KRA 3 : Objective 8: MOV 2

MOV
Minutes of LAC/FGO
sessions on use of
teacher and learner
feedback to enrich
teaching practice with
proof of attendance.
 KRA 3 : Objective 9

Objective
Selected developed,
organized and used
appropriate teaching
and learning
instruction, including
ICT, to address
learning goals.
 KRA 3 : Objective 9: MOV 1

MOV
Classroom observation tool (COT), rating
sheet and/or inter-observer agreement
form about using appropriate teaching and
learning resources including ICT.
Examples:
*Activity sheet/task sheet/work sheet
* Power Point presentations
* Video clips
* Module
* SIM- Strategic Intervention Materials
* Others
 KRA 3 : Objective 9: MOV 2

MOV
Lesson plans/modified
DLLs with appropriate
instructional materials
appended.
KRA 4

Assessment
and
Planning
 KRA 4 : Objective 10

Objective
Designed, selected,
organized and use
diagnostic, formative
and summative
assessment
strategies consistent
with curriculum
requirements.
 KRA 4 : Objective 10: MOV 1

MOV
Prepared lesson plans/
modified DLLs
highlighting appropriate
use of formative
assessment strategies.
 KRA 4 : Objective 10: MOV 2

MOV
Developed diagnostic
tests (a) with TOS
reviewed by superior, (b)
with sample
accomplished
questionnaire/ answer
sheets.
 KRA 4 : Objective 10: MOV 3

MOV
Developed summative
tests (a) with TOS
reviewed by superior, (b)
with sample
accomplished
questionnaire/ answer
sheets.
 KRA 4 : Objective 10: MOV 4

MOV
Developed performance
tasks: (a) with rubrics
reviewed by superior ; (b)
with sample
accomplished rubrics
 KRA 4 : Objective 11

Objective
Monitored and
evaluated learner
progress and
achievement using
learner attainment
data.
 KRA 4 : Objective 11: MOV 1

MOV
Compilation of
learner’s written work
with summary of
results and with
signature of parents.
 KRA 4: Objective 11: MOV 2

MOV
Formative/Summative
assessment tools with
TOS and frequency of
scores with identified
least mastered skills.
 KRA 4 : Objective 11: MOV 3

MOV
Class records/ grading
sheets.
 KRA 4 : Objective 11: MOV 4

MOV
Lesson plans/ modified
DLLs showing index of
mastery.
 KRA 4: Objective 12

Objective
Communicated
promptly and clearly
the learners’ needs,
progress and
achievement to every
stakeholders
including parents/
guardians.
 KRA 4: Objective 12: MOV 1

MOV
At least 3 samples of
corrected test papers of
the same 3 learners in
the same learning area
with parents’ or
guardians’ signature and
date of receipt.
 KRA 4 : Objective 12: MOV 2

MOV
Minutes of PTA meetings
or Parent -Teacher
conferences in all
quarters with proof of
parents’/guardians’
attendance.
 KRA 4 : Objective 12: MOV 3

MOV
Report cards with
parents’/guardians’
signature in all quarters
supported by minutes of
meeting.
 KRA 4 : Objective 12: MOV 4

MOV
Communication with
parents/guardians using
various modifiers.
 KRA 4 : Objective 12: MOV 5

MOV
Anecdotal record
showing entries per
quarter.
 KRA 4 : Objective 12: MOV 6

MOV
Other documents
showing learner needs,
progress and
achievement submitted to
other stakeholders.
KRA 5

Plus
Factor
 KRA 5 : Objective 13

Objective
Performed various
related
works/activities that
contribute to the
teaching/learning
process.
 KRA 5 : Objective 13: MOV 1

MOV
Certificate of
Recognition or
Participation
 KRA 5 : Objective 13: MOV 2

MOV
Certificate of Training
 KRA 5 : Objective 13: MOV 3

MOV
Certificate of
Speakership
 KRA 5 : Objective 13: MOV 4

MOV
Committee
Involvement
 KRA 5 : Objective 13: MOV 5

MOV
Advisorship of Co-
curricular activities
 KRA 5 : Objective 13: MOV 6

MOV
Book or Journal
Authorship / Co-
authorship /
Contributorship
 KRA 5 : Objective 13: MOV 7

MOV
Coordinatorship /
Chairpersonship
 KRA 5 : Objective 13: MOV 8

MOV
Coaching and
mentoring learners in
competitions
 KRA 5 : Objective 13: MOV 9

MOV
Mentoring pre-
service / in-service
teachers
Objective 1

KRA 1 Objective 2

Objective 3

Objective 4

KRA 2 Objective 5

Objective 6

Objective 7

KRA 3 Objective 8

Objective 9

Objective 10

KRA 4 Objective 11

Objective 12

KRA 5 Objective 13
Republic of the Philippines
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region IV –A CALABARZON
Division of Rizal
District of Cainta II
JANSSENVILLE ELEMENTARY
School ID 109401

COT-RPMS
OBSERVATION NOTES FORMS

Observer:_______________________________ Date: ____________________


Name of Teacher Observed: ______________________ Time started: _____________
Subject & Grade level Taught: ____________________ Time ended: ______________

Observation 1 2 3 4

GENERAL OBSERVATION:

__________________ _
Signature over Printed Name of the Observer
Republic of the Philippines
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region IV –A CALABARZON
Division of Rizal
District of Cainta II
JANSSENVILLE ELEMENTARY
School ID 109401

COT-RPMS
Teacher I-III
RATING SHEET
Observer:_______________________________ Date: ____________________
Name of Teacher Observed: ______________________
Subject & Grade level Taught: ____________________

Observation: 1 2 3 4
Direction for the Observer:
1. Rate each item on the checklist according to how well the teacher performed during the classroom observation. Mark the
appropriate column with a (/) mark.
2. Each indicator is assessed on an individual basis, regardless of its relationship of other indicators.
3. Attached your observation notes to the completed rating sheet.

COT Observation Period


Indicator THE TEACHER: 1 2 3 4
No.
Applies knowledge of content within and across curriculum
1 teaching areas
Uses a range of teaching strategies that enhance learner
2 achievement in literacy and numeracy skills
Applies a range of teaching strategies to develop critical and
3 creative thinking, as well as other higher-order thinking skills
Manages classroom structure to engage learners, individually or
4 in groups, in meaningful exploration, discovery and hands-on
activities within a range of physical learning environments
5 Manages learner behavior constructively by applying positive
and non-violent discipline to ensure learning-focused
environments
6 Uses differentiated, developmentally appropriate learning
experiences to address learners’ gender, needs, strengths,
interest and experiences
Plans, manages and implements developmentally sequenced
7 teaching and learning processes to meet curriculum
requirements and varied teaching contexts
8 Selects, develops, organizes, and uses appropriate teaching
and learning resources, including ICT, to address learning goals
9 Designs, selects, organizes, and uses diagnostic, formative and
summative assessment strategies consistent with curriculum
requirements
Other Comments:

Note: For schools with only one observer(i.e. Principal), this form will serve as the final rating sheet.

______________________ _______________________
Signature over Printed Name of the Observer Signature over Printed Name of the Teacher
Republic of the Philippines
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region IV –A CALABARZON
Division of Rizal
District of Cainta II
JANSSENVILLE ELEMENTARY
School ID 109401

COT-RPMS
Teacher I-III
INTER - OBSERVER AGREEMENT FORM

Observer 1:_______________________________ Name of the Teacher: ____________________


Observer 2:_______________________________
Observer 3:_______________________________ Subject & Grade level Taught:
Date: ____________________ ____________________

Observation 1 2 3 4
1. Indicate your individual rate on each indicator.
2. Discussed within the group the reason for such rating. In case of different ratings, the observers must resolve the
differences and come up with the agreed rating. The final rating is not an average, it is the final rating based on the reason
and consensual judgments.
3. Attached all Individual Rating Sheets to this Inter – Observer agreement Form
COT Observer Observer Observer AGREED
1 2 3 RATING
Indicator THE TEACHER:
No.
Applies knowledge of content within and across
1 curriculum teaching areas
Uses a range of teaching strategies that enhance
2 learner achievement in literacy and numeracy skills
Applies a range of teaching strategies to develop critical
3 and creative thinking, as well as other higher-order
thinking skills
Manages classroom structure to engage learners,
4 individually or in groups, in meaningful exploration,
discovery and hands-on activities within a range of
physical learning environments
5 Manages learner behavior constructively by applying
positive and non-violent discipline to ensure learning-
focused environments
6 Uses differentiated, developmentally appropriate
learning experiences to address learners’ gender,
needs, strengths, interest and experiences
Plans, manages and implements developmentally
7 sequenced teaching and learning processes to meet
curriculum requirements and varied teaching contexts
8 Selects, develops, organizes, and uses appropriate
teaching and learning resources, including ICT, to
address learning goals
9 Designs, selects, organizes, and uses diagnostic,
formative and summative assessment strategies
consistent with curriculum requirements

_____________________ ___________________ ___________________


Signature over Printed Name Signature over Printed Name Signature over Printed Name
of Observer 1 of Observer 2 of Observer 3

____________________________________
Signature over Printed Name of the Teacher
RPMS Tool for Teacher I-III
(Proficient Teachers)

POSITION AND COMPETENCY PROFILE PCP No. ____________ Revision Code: 00

Department of Education

Position Title Teacher I Salary Grade


Parenthetical Title
Office Unit Effectivity Date
Reports to Principal/ School Heads Page/s
JOB SUMMARY

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS
A. CSC Prescribed Qualifications
Education Bachelor of Elementary Education
Experience None Required
Eligibility R.A 1080
Trainings None Required
B. Preferred Qualifications
Education
Experience
Eligibility
Trainings
Major Final Outputs Key Result Areas
(MFO’s) (KRA’s) Objectives Means of Verification (MOV)

1. Applied knowledge of content within and 1. Classroom observation tool (COT), rating sheet and/or inter-
across curriculum teaching areas. observer agreement form about knowledge of content within and
across curriculum teaching areas.
2. Lesson plans/ modified DLL’s developed highlighting integration
of content knowledge within and across subject areas.
3. Instructional materials highlighting mastery of content and its
integration in other subject areas.
4. Performance tasks/ test materials(s) highlighting integration of
Content Knowledge and content knowledge within and across subject areas.
Pedagogy 5. Others (Please specify and provide annotations.)
2. Used a range of teaching strategies that 1. Classroom observation tool (COT), rating sheet and/or inter-
enhance learner achievement in literacy and observer agreement form about knowledge of content within and
numeracy skills. across curriculum teaching areas.
2. Lesson plans/ modified DLL’s developed highlighting integration
of content knowledge within and across subject areas.
3. Instructional materials highlighting mastery of content and its
integration in other subject areas.
4. Performance tasks/ test materials(s) highlighting integration of
content knowledge within and across subject areas.
5. Results of assessment used in teaching.
6. Others (Please specify and provide annotations.)
3. Applied a range of teaching strategies to 1. Classroom observation tool (COT), rating sheet and/or inter-
develop critical and creative thinking as well observer agreement form about teaching strategies to develop
as other higher- order thinking skills. critical and creative thinking as well as other higher- order thinking
skills.
2. Lesson plans/ modified DLL’s developed highlighting different
teaching strategies that develop critical and creative thinking and/or
other HOTS.
3. Instructional materials highlighting different teaching strategies
that develop critical and creative thinking and/or other HOTS.
4. Performance tasks/ test materials(s) used in demonstration
teaching.
5. Results of assessment used in teaching.
6. Others (Please specify and provide annotations.)
4. Manage classroom structure to engage 1. Classroom observation tool (COT), rating sheet and/or inter-
learners individually or in groups, in observer agreement form about managing classroom structure that
meaningful exploration, discovery and hands- engage learners in various activities.
on activities within a range of physical 2. Lesson plans/modified DLL’s highlighting various classroom
learning environments. management strategies that engage learners in activities/links in
different physical learning environments.
3. Others (Please specify and provide annotations.)
5. Manage learner behaviour constructively Classroom observation tool (COT), rating sheet and/or inter-
by applying positive and non-violent discipline observer agreement form about teacher management of learner
to ensure learning- focused environments. behavior using the following strategies.
1. Providing motivation.
2. Praising the learners./ Giving positive feedback.
Learning Environment and 3. Setting house rules/ guidelines.
Diversity of Learners 4. Ensuring learners’ participation.
5. Allowing learners to express their ideas/ opinions.
6. Giving equal opportunities to learners.
7. Encouraging learners to ask questions.
8. Others (Please specify and provide annotations.)
6. Used differentiated, developmentally 1. Classroom observation tool (COT), rating sheet and/or inter-
appropriate learning experiences to address observer agreement from about using differentiated
learners’ gender, needs, strengths, interests developmentally appropriate learning experiences.
and experiences. 2. Lesson plans/modified DLLs developed highlighting differentiation
in content, product, process, learning environment or others
according to learners’ gender, needs, strengths, interests and
experiences.
3. Instructional materials developed highlighting differentiation in
content, product, process, learning environment or others according
to learners’ gender, needs, strengths, interests and experiences.
4. Others (Please specify and provide annotations.)
7. Planned, managed and implemented 1. Classroom observation tool (COT), rating sheet and/or inter-
developmentally sequenced teaching and observer agreement form about using developmentally sequenced
learning procedures to meet curriculum teaching and learning process.
requirements and varied teaching contents. 2. Lesson plans/modified DLLs developmentally sequenced
instruction that meets curriculum goals and varied teaching
contents.
3. Instructional materials used to implement developmentally
sequenced teaching and learning process to meet curriculum
requirements and varied teaching contexts.
4. Others (Please specify and provide annotations.)
8. Participated in colleagues discussions that 1. Personal note of teachers on LACs/FGOs/meetings with proof of
use teacher and learner feedback to enrich attendance.
teaching practice. 2. Minutes of Lac/FGO sessions on use of teacher and learner
Curriculum and feedback to enrich teaching practice with proof of attendance.
Planning 3. Others (Please specify and provide annotations.)
9. Selected developed, organized and used 1. Classroom observation tool (COT), rating sheet and/or inter-
appropriate teaching and learning instruction, observer agreement form about using appropriate teaching and
including ICT, to address learning goals. learning resources including ICT.
Examples:
*Activity sheet/task sheet/work sheet
* Power Point presentations
* Video clips
* Module
* SIM- Strategic Intervention Materials
* Others
2. Lesson plans/modified DLLs with appropriate instructional
materials appended.
3. Others (Please specify and provide annotations)
10. Designed, selected, organized and use 1. Classroom observation tool (COT), rating sheet and/or inter-
diagnostic, formative and summative observer agreement form about using diagnostic, formative and
assessment strategies consistent with summative assessment strategies.
curriculum requirements. 2. Prepared lesson plans/ modified DLLs highlighting appropriate
use of formative assessment strategies.
3. Developed diagnostic tests (a) with TOS reviewed by superior, (b)
with sample accomplished questionnaire/ answer sheets.
Assessment and 4. Developed summative tests (a) with TOS reviewed by superior,
Reporting (b) with sample accomplished rubrics.
5. Others (Please specify and provide annotations.)
11. Monitored and evaluated learner progress 1. Compilation of learner’s written work with summary of results and
and achievement using learner attainment with signature of parents.
data. 2. Formative/Summative assessment tools with TOS and frequency
of scores with identified least mastered skills.
3. Class records/ grading sheets.
4. Lesson plans/ modified DLLs showing index of mastery.
5. Others (Please specify and provide annotations)
12. Communicated promptly and clearly the 1. Atleast 3 samples of corrected test papers of the same 3 learners
learners’ needs, progress and achievement in the same learning area with parents’ or guardians’ signature and
to every stakeholders including parents/ date of receipt.
guardians. 2. Minutes of PTA meetings or Parent-Teacher conferences in all
quarters with proof of parents’/guardians’ attendance.
3. Report cards with parents’/guardians’ signature in all quarters
supported by minutes of meeting.
4. Communication with parents/guardians using various modifiers.
5. Anecdotal record showing entries per quarter.
6. Other documents showing learner needs, progress and
achievement submitted to other stakeholders.
13. Performed various related works/activities 1. Certificate of Recognition or Participation
that contribute to the teaching/learning 2. Certificate of Training
process. 3. Certificate of Speakership
Plus Factor 4. Committee involvement
5. Advisorship of Co-curricular activities
6. Book or Journal Authorship/Co-autorship/Contributorship
7. Coordinatorship/Chairmanship
8. Coaching and mentoring learners in competitions
9. Mentoring pre-in-service teachers
10. Others (Please specify and provide annotations)
Individual Performance Commitment and Review Form (IPCRF) for Teacher I -III
Name of Employee : Lizel P. Villaroya Name of Rater : Antonia S. Benigay
Position : Teacher I Position : Principal , JANSSENVILLE E/S
Review Period : Date of Review :
Bureau / Center / / Service / Divisions : Cainta II

TO BE FILLED IN DURING PLANNING TO BE FILLED DURING EVALUATION


Performance Indicator ACTUAL Rating Score
RESULTS
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIMELINE WEIGHT QET Outstandin Very
Satisfactor
Satisfact Unsatisfa Poor Q E T Ave
g ory ctory (2)
PER KRA y (4)
(5) (3)
(1)

Quality Showed Showed Showed Showed No


knowledge of knowledge knowledge knowledge acceptable
Basic Content 1. Applied 7.5 % content and of content of content of content evidence
Education Knowledge and knowledge of its integration and its and its and its was shown
within and integration integration integration
Services Pedagogy content within across within and within and within and
and across subject areas across across across
as shown in subject subject subject
curriculum MOV 1 with a areas as areas as areas as
rating of 7 shown in shown in shown in
teaching areas. MOV 1 with MOV 1 with MOV 1 with
a rating of a rating of a rating of
6 5 4
Efficie Submitted at Submitted Submitted Submitted No
least 4 at least 3 at least 2 any 1 of the acceptable
ncy lessons lessons lessons given MOV evidence
using MOV 1 using MOV using MOV was shown
and 1 and 1 and
supported by supported supported
any 1 of the by any 1 of by any 1 of
other given the other the other
MOV given MOV given MOV
Timeli
ness
Performance Indicator ACTUAL Rating Score
RESULTS
Outstandi Very Satisfacto Outs Very Satisfactory
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIMELINE WEIGHT QET Satisfactor MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIM WEI QE (4)
ng ry tandi
PER KRA y (4) ELI GH
(5) (3)
NE T
T ng
(5)
PE
Quality Facilitated Facilitated Facilitated Facilitated No R
using using using using acceptable KR
Basic Content 2. Used a range of 7.5 %
different different different different evidence
Education Knowledge and teaching strategies A
teaching teaching teaching teaching was
Services Pedagogy that enhance learner strategies strategies strategies strategies shown
that that that that
achievement in literacy promote promote promote promote
and numeracy skills. reading , reading , reading , reading ,
writing and writing and writing and writing and
/or /or /or /or
numeracy numeracy numeracy numeracy
skills as skills as skills as skills as
shown in shown in shown in shown in
MOV 1 MOV 1 MOV 1 MOV 1
with a with a with a with a
rating of 7 rating of 6 rating of 5 rating of 4
Efficie Submitted Submitted Submitted Submitted No
at least 4 at least 3 at least 2 at least 1 acceptable
ncy
learner- learner- learner- learner- evidence
centered centered centered centered was
as as as as shown
evidently evidently evidently evidently
shown in shown in shown in shown in
MOV 1 MOV 1 MOV 1 any of the
and and and given
supported supported supported MOV
by any 1 by any 1 by any 1
of the of the of the
other MOV other MOV other MOV
given given given
Timeli
ness
Performance Indicator ACTUAL Rating Score
RESULTS
Outstandi Very Satisfacto Outs Very Satisfactory
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIMELINE WEIGHT QET Satisfactor MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIM WEI QE (4)
ng ry tandi
PER KRA y (4) ELI GH
(5) (3)
NE T
T ng
(5)
Quality Used Used Used Used No
PE
different different different different acceptable
Basic Content 3. Applied a range of 7.5 % R
teaching teaching teaching teaching evidence
Education Knowledge and teaching strategies to strategies strategies strategies strategies was KR
Services Pedagogy develop critical and that that that that shown A
develop develop develop develop
creative thinking as critical and critical and critical and critical and
well as other higher- creative creative creative creative
thinking thinking thinking thinking
order thinking skills.
and/or and/or and/or and/or
other other other other
HOTS as HOTS as HOTS as HOTS as
shown in shown in shown in shown in
MOV 1 MOV 1 MOV 1 MOV 1
with a with a with a with a
rating of 7 rating of 6 rating of 5 rating of 4
Efficie Submitted Submitted Submitted Submitted No
at least 4 at least 3 at least 2 1 lessons acceptable
ncy
lessons as lessons as lessons as as evidence
evidenced evidenced evidenced evidenced was
by MOV 1 by MOV 1 by MOV 1 by any 1 shown
and and and of given
supported supported supported MOV
by any 1 by any 1 by any 1
of the of the of the
other other other
given given given
MOV MOV MOV
Timeli
ness
Performance Indicator ACTUAL Rating Score
RESULTS
Outstandi Very Satisfacto Outs Very Satisfactory
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIMELINE WEIGHT QET Satisfactor MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIM WEI QE (4)
ng ry tandi
PER KRA y (4) ELI GH
(5) (3)
NE T
T ng
(5)
Quality Used Used Used Used No
PE
classroom classroom classroom classroom acceptable
Basic Learning 4. Manage classroom 7.5 % R
managem managem managem managem evidence
Education Environment structure to engage ent ent ent ent was KR
Services and Diversity of learners individually or strategies strategies strategies strategies shown A
Learners in groups, in
that that that that
engage engage engage engage
meaningful learners in learners in learners in learners in
activities / activities / activities / activities /
exploration, discovery
tasks as tasks as tasks as tasks as
and hands-on activities shown in shown in shown in shown in
within a range of MOV 1 MOV 1 MOV 1 MOV 1
with a with a with a with a
physical learning rating of 7 rating of 6 rating of 5 rating of 4
environments. Efficie Submitted Submitted Submitted Submitted No
at least 4 at least 3 at least 2 at least 1 acceptable
ncy
lessons lessons lessons lesson evidence
supported supported supported supported was
by MOV by MOV by MOV by any of shown
and any 1 and any 1 and any 1 the
of the of the of the acceptable
other other other MOV
acceptable acceptable acceptable
MOV MOV MOV
Timeli
ness
Performance Indicator ACTUAL Rating Score
RESULTS
Outstandi Very Satisfacto Outs Very Satisfactory
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIMELINE WEIGHT QET Satisfactor MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIM WEI QE (4)
ng ry tandi
PER KRA y (4) ELI GH
(5) (3)
NE T
T ng
(5)
Quality Applied Applied Applied Applied No
PE
teacher teacher teacher teacher acceptable
Basic Learning 5. Manage learner 7.5% R
managem managem managem managem evidence
Education Environment behavior constructively ent ent ent ent was KR
Services and Diversity of by applying positive strategies strategies strategies strategies shown A
Learners and non-violent
of learner of learner of learner of learner
behavior behavior behavior behavior
discipline to ensure that that that that
promote promote promote promote
learning- focused
positive positive positive positive
environments. and non- and non- and non- and non-
violent violent violent violent
discipline discipline discipline discipline
as shown as shown as shown as shown
in MOV in MOV in MOV in MOV
submitted submitted submitted submitted
with a with a with a with a
rating of 7 rating of 6 rating of 5 rating of 4
Efficie Submitted Submitted Submitted Submitted No
of at least of at least of at least any 1 of acceptable
ncy
4 of the 4 of the 4 of the the given evidence
given given given strategies was
strategies strategies strategies as shown
as as as observed
observed observed observed in only 1
in at least in at least in at least lesson
4 lessons 3 lessons 2 lessons
Timeli
ness
Performance Indicator ACTUAL Rating Score
RESULTS
Outstandi Very Satisfacto Outs Very Satisfactory
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIMELINE WEIGHT QET Satisfactor MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIM WEI QE (4)
ng ry tandi
PER KRA y (4) ELI GH
(5) (3)
NE T
T ng
(5)
Quality Applied Applied Applied Applied No
PE
differentiat differentiat differentiat differentiat acceptable
Basic Learning 6. Used differentiated, 7.% R
ed ed ed ed evidence
Education Environment developmentally teaching teaching teaching teaching was KR
Services and Diversity of appropriate learning strategies strategies strategies strategies shown A
Learners experiences to
to address to address to address to address
learner learner learner learner
address learners’ diversity diversity diversity diversity
as shown as shown as shown as shown
genders, needs,
in MOV 1 in MOV 1 in MOV 1 in MOV 1
strengths , interests with a with a with a with a
and experiences. rating of 7 rating of 6 rating of 5 rating of 4
Efficie Submitted Submitted Submitted Submitted No
at least 4 3 2 any 1 acceptable
ncy
differentiat differentiat differentiat differentiat evidence
ed ed ed ed was
teaching teaching teaching teaching shown
strategies strategies strategies strategies
in at least in at least in at least in only 1
2 lessons 2 lessons 2 lessons lesson as
as as as evidently
evidenced evidenced evidenced shown in
by MOV 1 by MOV 1 by MOV 1 any 1 of
and and and the
supported supported supported acceptable
by any 1 by any 1 by any 1 MOV
of the of the of the
other other other
acceptable acceptable acceptable
MOV MOV MOV
Timeli
ness
Performance Indicator ACTUAL Rating Score
RESULTS
Outstandi Very Satisfacto Outs Very Satisfactory
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIMELINE WEIGHT QET Satisfactor MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIM WEI QE (4)
ng ry tandi
PER KRA y (4) ELI GH
(5) (3)
NE T
T ng
(5)
Quality Planned Planned Planned Planned No
PE
and and and and acceptable
Basic Curriculum and 7. Planned, managed 7.5 % R
implement implement implement implement evidence
Education Planning and implemented ed ed ed ed was KR
Services developmentally developm developm developm developm shown A
entally entally entally entally
sequenced teaching sequence sequence sequence sequence
and learning d teaching d teaching d teaching d teaching
and and and and
procedures to meet
learning learning learning learning
curriculum process as process as process as process as
requirements and shown in shown in shown in shown in
MOV 1 MOV 1 MOV 1 MOV 1
varied teaching with a with a with a with a
contents. rating of 7 rating of 6 rating of 5 rating of 4
Efficie Submitted Submitted Submitted Submitted No
at least 4 at least 3 at least 2 1 acceptable
ncy
developm developm developm developm evidence
entally entally entally entally was
sequence sequence sequence sequence shown
d teaching d teaching d teaching d teaching
and and and and
learning learning learning learning
process as process as process as process as
evidently evidently evidently evidently
shown in shown in shown in shown in
MOV 1 MOV 1 MOV 1 given
and and and MOV 1
supported supported supported
by any 1 by any 1 by any 1
of the of the of the
other other other
given given given
MOV MOV MOV
Timeli
ness
Performance Indicator ACTUAL Rating Score
RESULTS
Outstandi Very Satisfacto Outs Very Satisfactory
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIMELINE WEIGHT QET Satisfactor MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIM WEI QE (4)
ng ry tandi
PER KRA y (4) ELI GH
(5) (3)
NE T
T ng
(5)
Quality Consistent Frequently Occasiona Rarely No
PE
ly participate lly participate acceptable
Basic Curriculum and 8. Participated in 7.5 % R
participate d in participate d in evidence
Education Planning colleagues discussions d in LACs? d in LACs? was KR
Services that use teacher and LACs? GGDs/me LACs? GGDs/me shown A
GGDs/me eting to GGDs/me eting to
learner feedback to eting to discuss eting to discuss
enrich teaching discuss teacher/le discuss teacher/le
teacher/le arner teacher/le arner
practice.
arner feedback arner feedback
feedback to enrich feedback to enrich
to enrich instruction to enrich instruction
instruction as shown instruction as shown
as shown in the as shown in the
in the MOV in the MOV
MOV submitted MOV submitted
submitted submitted
Efficie Participate Participate Participate Participate No
d in at d in at d in at d in 1 acceptable
ncy
least 4 least 3 least 2 LAC/FGD/ evidence
LACs/FGD LACs/FGD LACs/FGD meeting was
s/ s/ s/ as shown
meetings meetings meetings evidently
as as as shown in
evidently evidently evidently any 1 of
shown in shown in shown in the given
any 1 of any 1 of any 1 of MOV
the given the given the given
MOV MOV MOV
Timeli
ness
Performance Indicator ACTUAL Rating Score
RESULTS
Outstandi Very Satisfacto Outs Very Satisfactory
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIMELINE WEIGHT QET Satisfactor MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIM WEI QE (4)
ng ry tandi
PER KRA y (4) ELI GH
(5) (3)
NE T
T ng
(5)
Quality Developed Developed Developed Developed No
PE
and used and used and used and used acceptable
Basic Curriculum and 9. Selected developed, 7.5 % R
varied varied varied varied evidence
Education Planning organized and used teaching teaching teaching teaching was KR
Services appropriate teaching and and and and shown A
learning learning learning learning
and learning resources, resources, resources, resources,
instruction, including including including including including
ICt , to ICt , to ICt , to ICt , to
ICT, to address
address address address address
learning goals. learning learning learning learning
goals as goals as goals as goals as
shown in shown in shown in shown in
MOV1 MOV1 MOV1 MOV1
with a with a with a with a
rating of 7 rating of 6 rating of 5 rating of 4
Efficie Submitted Submitted Submitted Submitted No
at least 4 at least 3 at least 2 any acceptable
ncy
varied varied varied teaching evidence
teaching teaching teaching and was
and and and learning shown
learning learning learning resource,
resources, resources, resources, including
including including including ICT, as
ICT, as ICT, as ICT, as evidently
evidently evidently evidently shown in
shown in shown in shown in any of the
MOV 1 MOV 1 MOV 1 acceptable
and and and MOV
supported supported supported
by any 1 by any 1 by any 1
of the of the of the
acceptable acceptable acceptable
MOV MOV MOV
Timeli
ness
Performance Indicator ACTUAL Rating Score
RESULTS
Outstandi Very Satisfacto Outs Very Satisfactory
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIMELINE WEIGHT QET Satisfactor MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIM WEI QE (4)
ng ry tandi
PER KRA y (4) ELI GH
(5) (3)
NE T
T ng
(5)
Quality Designed Designed Designed Designed No
PE
selected, selected, selected, selected, acceptable
Basic Assessment 10. Designed, 7.5 % R
organized organized organized organized evidence
Education and selected, organized and used and used and used and used was KR
Services Reporting and use diagnostic, diagnostic, diagnostic, diagnostic, diagnostic, shown A
formative formative formative formative
formative and and and and and
summative summative summative summative summative
assessme assessme assessme assessme
assessment strategies
nt nt nt nt
consistent with strategies strategies strategies strategies
curriculum consistent consistent consistent consistent
with with with with
requirements. curriculum curriculum curriculum curriculum
requireme requireme requireme requireme
nts as nts as nts as nts as
shown in shown in shown in shown in
MOV 1 MOV 1 MOV 1 MOV 1
with a with a with a with a
rating of 7 rating of 6 rating of 5 rating of 4
Efficie Submitted Submitted Submitted Submitted No
at least 4 at least 3 at least 2 1 acceptable
ncy
varied varied varied assessme evidence
assessme assessme assessme nt tool as was
nt tools as nt tools as nt tools as evidently shown
evidently evidently evidently shown in
shown in shown in shown in any of the
any 1 of any 1 of any 1 of acceptable
the the the MOV
acceptable acceptable acceptable
MOV MOV MOV
Timeli
ness
Performance Indicator ACTUAL Rating Score
RESULTS
Outstandi Very Satisfacto Outs Very Satisfactory
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIMELINE WEIGHT QET Satisfactor MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIM WEI QE (4)
ng ry tandi
PER KRA y (4) ELI GH
(5) (3)
NE T
T ng
(5)
Quality Consistent Frequently Occasiona Rarely No
PE
ly monitored lly monitored acceptable
Basic Assessment 11. Monitored and 7.5 % R
monitored and monitored and evidence
Education and evaluated learner and evaluated and evaluated was KR
Services Reporting progress and evaluated learner evaluated learner shown A
learner progress learner progress
achievement using progress and progress and
learner attainment and achieveme and achieveme
achieveme nt using achieveme nt using
data.
nt using learner nt using learner
learner attainment learner attainment
attainment data as attainment data as
data as shown in data as shown in
shown in the MOV shown in the MOV
the MOV submitted the MOV submitted
submitted submitted
Efficie Submitted Submitted Submitted Submitted No
a a a 1 acceptable
ncy
combinatio combinatio combinatio acceptable evidence
n of at n of at n of at MOV was
least 4 least 3 least 2 shown
acceptable acceptable acceptable
MOV MOV MOV
Timeli Submitted Submitted Submitted Submitted No
MOV were MOV were MOV were MOV was acceptable
ness
distributed distributed distributed completed evidence
across 4 across 3 across 2 in only 1 was
quarters quarters quarters quarter shown
Performance Indicator ACTUAL Rating Score
RESULTS
Outstandi Very Satisfacto Outs Very Satisfactory
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIMELINE WEIGHT QET Satisfactor MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIM WEI QE (4)
ng ry tandi
PER KRA y (4) ELI GH
(5) (3)
NE T
T ng
(5)
Quality Consistent Frequently Occasiona Rarely No
PE
ly showed showed lly showed showed acceptable
Basic Assessment 12. Communicated 7.5 % R
prompt prompt prompt prompt evidence
Education and promptly and clearly and clear and clear and clear and clear was KR
Services Reporting the learners’ needs, communic communic communic communic shown A
ation of ation of ation of ation of
progress and the the the the
achievement to every learners’ learners’ learners’ learners’
needs , needs , needs , needs ,
stakeholders including
progress progress progress progress
parents/ guardians. and and and and
achieveme achieveme achieveme achieveme
nt to key nt to key nt to key nt to key
stakeholde stakeholde stakeholde stakeholde
rs , rs , rs , rs ,
including including including including
parents / parents / parents / parents /
guardians guardians guardians guardians
as shown as shown as shown as shown
in the in the in the in the
MOV MOV MOV MOV
submitted submitted submitted submitted
Efficie Submitted Submitted Submitted Submitted No
a a a 1 acceptable
ncy
combinatio combinatio combinatio acceptable evidence
n of at n of at n of at MOV was
least 4 least 3 least 2 shown
acceptable acceptable acceptable
MOV MOV MOV
Timeli Submitted Submitted Submitted Submitted No
MOV were MOV were MOV were MOV was acceptable
ness
distributed distributed distributed completed evidence
across 4 across 3 across 2 in only 1 was
quarters quarters quarters quarter shown
Performance Indicator ACTUAL Rating Score
RESULTS
Outstandi Very Satisfacto Unsatisfa Poor
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIMELINE WEIGHT QET Satisfactor Q E T Ave
ng ry ctory (2)
PER KRA (5) y (4)
(3)
(1)
Quality Consistent Frequently Occasiona Rarely No
ly performed lly performed acceptable
Basic Plus Factor 13. Performed various 10 %
performed various performed various evidence
Education related works/activities various related various related was
Services that contribute to the related work/ related work/ shown
work/ activities work/ activities
teaching/learning activities that activities that
process. that contribute that contribute
contribute to the contribute to the
to the teaching to the teaching
teaching learning teaching learning
learning process as learning process as
process as shown in process as shown in
shown in the MOV shown in the MOV
the MOV submitted the MOV submitted
submitted submitted
Efficie Submitted Submitted Submitted Submitted
at least 4 at least 3 at least 2 any 1 of
ncy
different different different the
kinds of kinds of kinds of acceptable
acceptable acceptable acceptable MOV
MOV MOV MOV
Timeli
ness
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