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INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM (IPCR)

Name of Employee : RUBY ANN H. LICOT Name of Rater : LEONIDA P. CASINGCASING, Ph.D.
Position : SST-III Position : Principal II
Bureau/Center/Service/Division: Guinacot National HS/Guindulman District/Division of Bohol Date of review : April 15, 2018
Rating period : June, 2017 – April, 2018
TOBE FILLED IN DURING PLANNING TO BE FILLED DURING EVALUATION
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIMELINE WEIGHT PERFORMANCE INDICATORS ACTUAL RESULTS RATING SCORE
PER KRA (Quality, Efficiency, Timeliness0
Q E T AVE.
Basic
Education
A. Teaching
Learning
* Prepare Lesson Plans/Daily logs of
activities including appropriate,
June 2017-
April 2018
30% * All daily logs had the following: objective,
subj. matter, procedures, evaluation and
The teacher prepared the daily log plan
with the following parts: objective ,
4 4 4 4
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Services Process adequate and updated instructional assignment subject matte, procedures, evaluation
activities materials and assignment.

* Each part had a full description of what to do The teacher prepared each part with a full 4 4 4 4
with an example description of what to do with an example
* Objective was specific, measurable,attainable, The objective prepared by the teacher 5 5 5 5
result-oriented and time-bounded was specific, measurable, attainable,
result-oriented and time-bounded.
* 100% and above developed order thinking Skills The teacher developed 90-99% ordered 4 4 4 4
thinking skills.
* Attained 100% and above of the desired The teacher attained 90-99% and above 4 4 4 4
Learning Competencies of the desired
Learning Competencies
* 100% and above based on the budget of work The teacher was able to meet 100% 5 5 5 5
based on the budget of work.
* Prepared daily logs of activities including The teacher prepared daily logs of 4 4 4 4
appropriate instructional materials activities including appropriate
instructional materials
* Facilitate learning in the Secondary June 2017- * The teacher established challenging and The teacher established challenging and 5 5 5 5
Schools through functional daily April 2018 measurable goal/s for student learning that measurable goal/s for student learning
logs and innovate teaching is aligned with the Curriculum Guide that is aligned with the Curriculum Guide
strategies * The goal reflected a range of student learner The teachers goal reflected a range of 4 4 4 4
needs student learner needs
* Has provided individual activities for 100% and The teacher provided individual activities 4 4 4 4
above of the classes handled for the for 90-99% and above of the classes
rating period handled for the rating period
* Teaching methods andstrategies elicited 100% The teachers teaching methods and 4 4 4 4
and above interaction from a class strategies elicited 90-99% and above
interaction from a class
* Inductive method/deductive method was The teacher inductive method/deductive 4 4 4 4
100% used in teaching a lesson method was 90-99% used in teaching a
lesson
* Cooperative learning was 100% effective when The teacher used cooperative learning 5 5 5 5
used was 100% effective when used
* ICT integration is 100% evident The teacher uses ICT integration is 100% 5 5 5 5
evident
* Results of student observation/appraisal are The teacher used the results on 4 4 4 4
100% and above used students observation/appraisal are
100% and above
* Initiate discipline of students June 2017- * Students were 100% and above guided in the The teacher guided the students a 100% 5 5 5 5
including classroom rules, April 2018 observation of classroom rules and guidelines as and above in the observation of
guidelines and individual and evidenced by descriptive rating in the report classroom rules and
group tasks card/journal guidelines as evidenced by descriptive
rating in the report card/journal
* Monitor attendance, diversity June 2017- * Safety, orderliness and cleanliness of The teacher emphasized the safety, 5 5 5 5
appreciation, safe, positive and April 2018 floors,toilets and proper waste disposal with orderliness and cleanliness of
motivating environment, overall 100% and above maintained floors,toilets and proper waste disposal
physical atmosphere, cleanliness with100% and above maintained
and orderliness of classrooms * Attendance checking was 100% and above The teacher checked the attendance 5 5 5 5
including proper waste disposal systematically carried out 100% and above
systematically carried out
* Adhered to Child-friendly environment standards The teacher Adhered to Child-friendly 5 5 5 5
and programs -Classroom conducive to learning- environment standards and programs -
Classroom minimum essentials Classroom conducive to learning-
Classroom minimum essentials

* Institutionalized child protection mechanisms The teacher Institutionalized child 5 5 5 5


and processes (DepEd Order 40,s. 2012) protection mechanisms
and processes (DepEd Order 40,s.
2012)
B. Students’
Outcomes
* Monitor and evaluate and
maintain students’ progress within
June 2017-
April 2018
30% * Evidences showed that the teacher purposely
plans assessments and varies
Evidences showed that the teacher
purposely plans assessments and varies
5 5 5 5
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/Learning the period assessment choices to match the different assessment choices to match the
Environ- student needs, abilities and learning styles different student needs, abilities and
ment learning styles
* Class record reflected the bases of 100% and The teachers Class record reflected the 5 5 5 5
above of students’ ratings in all classes/ bases of 100% and above of students’
subject areas handled ratings in all classes/
subject areas handled
* Students’ portfolio contained 100% and above Students’ activity notebook contained 5 5 5 5
of his accomplishment 100% and above of his accomplishment
* Table of Specification showed 100% andabove The table of Specification showed 100% 5 5 5 5
prepared for tests that require it and above prepared for tests that
require it
* Table of Specification showed 100% and above The teacher made Table of Specification 5 5 5 5
congruence between content and showed 100% and above congruence
skills tested between content and skills tested
* Test questions were 100% and above logically The teachers test questions were 100% 5 5 5 5
sequenced and above logically sequenced
* Pre-test and Post test were 100% and abov The teacher administered Pre-test and 0 0 0 0
administered in all classes/subject are (supported Post test were 100% and above
by analysis report on subject area per administered in all classes/subject
class/grade level) area (supported by analysis report on
subject area per class/grade level)
* Conduct remediation/enrichment June 2017- * Remediation/Enrichment Program is offered The teacher conducted 4 4 4 4
programs to improve performance April 2018 to 100% and above students who need it Remediation/Enrichment Program is
indicators offered to 100% and above students
who need it
* Maintain updated Students’ school June 2017- * 100% accomplishments of school The teacher 100% accomplishments of 5 5 5 5
records April 2018 forms/Records (SF 1, SF 2, SF 3, eclassrecods,, school forms/Records (SF 1, SF 2, SF 3,
SF 5/5A, SF10, etc) eclassrecods,,
SF 5/5A, SF10, etc)

* Attain the required GSA for Grade June 2017- * 100% MPS in Periodical Test The .MPS met 90-99% in Periodical Test 4 4 4 4
Level and learning areas April 2018
* Increased promotion rate by 2% at the end The class Increased promotion rate by 5 5 5 5
of SY 2% at the end
of SY
* Decreased failure by 2% at the end of SY The class advisory of the teacher 5 5 5 5
Decreased failure by 2% at the end of SY
* 0 drop-out rate at the end of SY The class advisory of the teacher has 0 5 5 5 5
drop-out rate at the end of SY
* Undertake/initiate events/ June 2017- * 100% accomplishment with full The teacher* 90-99% accomplishment 4 4 4 4
activities/programs and co April 2018 documentation report on completion with full documentation report on
curricular activities within the completion
target date
C. Community * Conduct regular/periodic PTA June 2017- 20% * 100% and above planned meetings conducted 100% and above planned meetings 5 5 5 5
Involvement Meetings/ conferences April 2018 producing accomplishments with conducted producing
1.00
set agreements met accomplishments with
set agreements met
* Visit parents of students needing June 2017- * 100% accomplishments of set visits successful The teacher 100% accomplishments of 5 5 5 5
academic monitoring/follow up April 2018 intervention set visits successful intervention
* Participate/initiate/support June 2017- * 100% accomplishment/ The teacher 100% 5 5 5 5
programs of the community April 2018 participation/support accomplishment/participation/support
government to programs of the community government to programs of the community
government
* Undertake/initiate projects/events/ June 2017- * 100% project accomplishment with full The teacher 90-99% partially 5 5 5 5
activities with external April 2018 documentation report on completion accomplished sponsorship
funding/sponsorship
D. Professional
Growth and
* Conduct classroom-based Action
Research
June 2017-
April 2018
20% * Action Research conducted with full
documentation on completion of interventions
The teacher conducted researched on
Math Efficacy and Anxiety of Senior High
5 5 5 5
0.80
Development School Student
* Produce publications/creative work June 2017- * Produced publication/creative work published 0 0 0 0
for school paper /division April 2018 iIn NationalCirculation/DepEd
publication within the target Post CSC Newsletter and similar
publications
* Participate in activities such as June 2017- * Membership in 3 or more associations The teacher was a member of 5 5 5 5
Teachers’ association, etc April 2018 BOTETAM, PPSTEA and GuinTETAM
* Participate in seminar/workshops/ June 2017- * Participated in INSET and at least 2 The teacher Participated in 5 5 5 5
INSET/orientations April 2018 seminar/ workshops/orientations INSET/regional MTOT/DLP workshops
and at least 2seminar/
workshops/orientations
* Complete/Attend Master/Doctoral June 2017- * Completed Doctoral Degree The teacher earned 27 units in Doctoral 3 3 3 3
Degree April 2018 degree
* Receive special awards/citations/ June 2017- * Received 4 or more citations/awards/ The teacher received Outstanding 5 5 5 5
recognitions April 2018 recognition in the year Mathematics Teacher and winning
coach or more citations/awards/
recognition in the year

* Participate/initiate in school June 2017- * Participated in at least 5 monthly The teacher participated in at least more 5 5 5 5
monthly celebrations April 2018 celebrations than5 monthly celebrations

OVERALL RATING FOR ACCOMPLISHMENT


4.49

LEONIDA P. CASINGCASING, Ph.D. RUBY ANN H.LICOT MA. PETRA B. OCIO


Rater Ratee Approving Authority