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JULY 20, 2018

Opening Prayer: Ms. Edna L. Guanzon


21st century skills and integration of ICT in Instruction and assessment


1. Mrs. Po started the session with a motivation. She asked us “Are you a 21st century teacher?”

2. Ms. Po stated the skills of a 21st century teacher. She said that a 21st century teacher has the following skills:

a. Critical Thinker

b. Media Literate

c. Collaborative

d. ICT literate

e. Creative

f. Productive

g. Adaptable

3. She emphasizes that today’s learners are 21st century learners and they need a 21st century teacher. These
skills are very necessary for each teacher to be acquired.

4. Mrs. Po also stated that as a teacher it is our sole responsibility to develop these skills to each of our

5. She then gave us a workshop on how to develop these skills integrating in our lessons.

6. The session was ended with a prayer by Mrs. Denia O. Dimamay.

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August 3, 2018


1. Periodic Test MPS and PL Template making

2. How to conduct the least mastered skills per subject


1. Mrs. Leyva started the session with a prayer.

2. Mrs. Po stated that in order to make our work easier we should integrate the ICT in all our assessment tool.
She also said that the main purpose of the session is by teaching the teachers on how to make a Periodic Test

3. Mrs. Po showed as a power point presentation on how to do the template. She explained each function well
by manipulating the cell in each sheet.

4. After the thorough explanation of Mrs. Po. She gave us a workshop activity by pair. She let us made a
template on computing the periodic test result.

5. Mrs. Po is very particular in our learning. She facilitated us very well by ensuring that each of us know on
how to make the template.

5. After the activity, Mrs. Po let us to present our work in front of our colleagues. She let us discuss on how did
we do it.

6. After the template making, she also said that as a teacher we must also know the skills were the learners of
our classroom is weak. She emphasized that we need to identify the least mastered skills of the leaners for us
to give an appropriate intervention.

7. She then gave us a bunch of corrected test paper and let us identified which skills the learners of the
achiever class are weak in Filipino. After identifying it, she then asked “what do you think is the appropriate
strategy to be given in this set of learners?”

8. Mrs. Po let each teacher to answer each question so that she will know how a particular teacher addresses
the said problem.

9. To end the session, Mrs. Po let us reflect on the things that we discussed earlier. She let each of the
teachers to share their reflections in front.

10. The session is ended with a prayer by Mrs. Gornez.

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October 19, 2018


Curriculum Contextualization, Localization, and Indigenization


1. Mrs. Po greeted her co-teachers before she started her discussion.

2. Mrs. Po told us that she chose this topic in order for us to be guided in making our DLL especially during
classroom observation.

3. She emphasized also that curriculum contextualization is the process of matching the curriculum content
and instructional strategies to the learners.

3. She also said that the localization of curriculum is an essential feature of today’s curriculum. Linking new
content to the local experiences that are familiar to students, learning will be more efficient and more
relevant to them.

4. Mrs. Po showed as a modified DLL with a contextualization of the curriculum. She then gave us a workshop
on how to do a contextualization in our lesson planning.

5. After the workshop, Mrs. Po checked our DLP and let us to present our work in front of our co-teachers.

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February 21, 2019


RPMS – Rollout LAC Session


1. Mrs. Po started the session with a motivation. She asked her colleagues who among of your co-teachers you
like the most.

2. She also stated that your personal preference among your co-teacher is not related on how you rate

3. She emphasizes the function of Phil-Professional Standard for teachers.

4. She also stated in using the PPSTA SAT, you only have to choose which among the skills you need to be
improved the most.

5. SAT must be revisited yearly as stated by Mrs. Po. She also said that SAT is not included upon grading or
rating ourselves.

6. COT is must be through invitation. The rater must only the school head and the master teachers. The district
supervisor is not allowed to rate the COT.

7. She also emphasizes that once the teacher is not ready she can refuse the observation to be conducted by
the MT except for the school principal.

8. She also stated that once you scheduled a classroom observation a preconference must be conducted one
day before the observation. There must be at least 3 raters on your COT.

9. She said that teachers are not obliged to have a classroom observation often. It is only necessary to have at
least 4 observations in a year. At least one classroom observation within a quarter.

10. She also stated that once the three observers have different ratings it is not allowed to add all the ratings
and divided by three. But the observers will agree what rating will they give to the teacher.

11. She said that RPMS and IPCRF have now a standardized form which is now the PPST.

12. She emphasized that upon rating the IPCRF the rater must based the COT as one of the MOV.

13. According to Mrs. Po not all performance indicators are rated by QET it only depends on its MOV.

14. She also discussed on how to compute the IPCRF rating.

15. She included that the Rater must not rate the teacher in front of the students during classroom

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