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SESSION 6
PORTFOLIO ASSESSMENT
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Objectives
At the end of this activity, the participants
should be able to:
• Define and understand the Portfolio
Assessment Process
• Identify tools and forms to be used in the
assessment of Teacher Portfolio
• Rate the Portfolio and compute its rating
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Activity 1 (5 minutes)
Short Game: Assessment Alphabet
Instructions:
1. In your group, complete the alphabet from A-Z
with the terms associated with the RPMS
Portfolio Assessment, e.g A – Assessment; B –
Beginning; C – Curriculum.
2. Write your answers in a manila paper.
3. The first group to finish and present their
(acceptable) answers, wins the game.
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Activity 2 (5 minutes)
Round Table Discussion
Instructions:
In your group, discuss the following questions:
a. Do you assess teacher portfolios?
b. Who assess teacher portfolios?
c. Why do you assess teacher portfolios?
d. How do you assess teacher portfolios?
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Portfolio Assessment Process


I. Performance
Planning &
Commitment

Pre-Assessment
IV. Performance
II. Performance
Rewarding and
Development Assessment Monitoring &
Coaching
Planning
Post-Assessment

III. Performance
Review &
Evaluation

The Portfolio assessment process is done across all phases of RPMS.


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Pre-assessment
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Steps in Pre-Assessment Phase


• Review the Philippine Professional Standards for
Step Teachers
1
• Determine the corresponding RPMS tool for the
Step teacher/ratee
2
• Guide the Ratee in understanding the appropriate
Step RPMS Tool and the IPCRF
3

Step • Advise the teacher/ratee to accomplish the IPCRF.


4
• Guide the teachers in preparing documents and
Step organizing Portfolio
5
• Upon submission of the Teacher Portfolio,
Step authenticate documents
6
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Assessment
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Steps in the Assessment Phase


Step 1: Rate the Portfolio based on the MOV presented.

Examine the MOV presented by the teacher and rate


the teacher’s level of performance using the 5-point
scale: 5 – Outstanding; 4 - Very Satisfactory;
3 – Satisfactory; 2 – Unsatisfactory; 1 - Poor
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What rate will Teacher Grace get?


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Therefore, Teacher Grace got a rating of 4 for Quality by


submitting 4 COT rating sheets with an average rating of 7
and supported by DLLs, instructional materials used,
performance tasks/test materials and results of assessment.

She also got a rating of 5 for Efficiency having


submitted the required number of MOV.

Moreover, the MOV are obtained across 4 quarters, hence,


the Outstanding rating of 5 for Timeliness.
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Weight
Q E T Total Average per Rating
KRA

4 5 5 14 4.666 7.5% 0.349


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What rate will Teacher Adelyn get?


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Therefore, Teacher Adelyn got a rating of 3


(Satisfactory) for Quality as evidenced by the valid
MOV.

Although she submitted 4 MOV, only 2 were valid which


gave her a rating of 3 for Efficiency.

She submitted these MOV across 2 quarters; hence,


she got a rating of 3 for Timeliness.
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Weight
Q E T Total Average per Rating
KRA

3 2 3 8 2.666 7.5% 0.199


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There are instances, however, that Teachers may


submit classroom observation rating sheets that have
different ratings.

In this case, Teacher III’s average rating is 6.250 and its


equivalent is Very Satisfactory.
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Steps in the Assessment Phase


Step 2: Explain your Rating, if needed.

To help the Ratees enrich their Portfolios, provide reasons


for your rating and suggest strategies in improving the
quality of the Portfolios.
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How to compute the Portfolio Rating?


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How to compute the Portfolio Rating?


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How to compute the Portfolio Rating?


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How to compute the Portfolio Rating?


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How to compute the Portfolio Rating?


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How to compute the Portfolio Rating?


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You may use the suggested summary sheet below in the


computation of the numerical rating of your RPMS
Portfolio.
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Sample IPRCRF with overall rating for accomplishments.


INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM (IPCRF) – Teacher I-III (Proficient Teachers)
Name of Employee: Name of Rater:
Position: Position:
Bureau/Center/Service/Division: Date of Review:
Rating Period:
TO BE FILLED IN DURING PLANNING TO BE FILLED DURING EVALUATION
Performance Indicators Rating Score
Weight
Very Actual
MFOs KRAs Objectives Timeline per Outstanding Satisfactory Unsatisfactory
QET Satisfactory Poor (1) Results Q E T Ave
KRA (5) (3) (2)
(4)
Basic Content 1. Applied June Quality Showed Showed Showed Showed No Showed
Education Knowledge knowledge 2016 – knowledge of knowledge of knowledge of knowledge of acceptable knowledge of
Services and of content March content and content and content and its content and its evidence content and its
Pedagogy within and 2017 its integration its integration integration integration was shown integration
across within and within and within and within and within and
curriculum
across across across subject across subject across subject
teaching
areas. subject areas subject areas areas as areas as shown areas as
as shown in as shown in shown in MOV in MOV 1 with a shown in MOV
MOV 1 with a MOV 1 with a 1 with a rating rating of 4 1 with a rating
rating of 7 rating of 6 of 5 of 5
Efficiency Submitted at Submitted 3 Submitted 2 Submitted any 1 No Submitted 2
22.5% least 4 lessons using lessons using of the given acceptable lessons using 3 3 3 3 0.225
lessons using MOV 1 and MOV 1 and MOV evidence MOV 1 and
MOV 1 and supported by supported by was shown supported by
supported by any 1 of the any 1 of the any 1 of the
any 1 of the other given other given other given
other given MOV MOV MOV
MOV
Timeliness Submitted Submitted Submitted Submitted MOV No Submitted
MOV were MOV were MOV were was completed acceptable MOV were
distributed distributed distributed in only 1 quarter evidence distributed
across 4 across 3 across 2 was shown across 2
quarters quarters quarters quarters
OVERALL
RATING FOR
ACCOMPLISH-
Very Satisfactory 3
MENTS

JOSE MARIA GUERRERO SANTIAGO MARTIN JESSAMAE ZAPATA


Rater Ratee Approving Authority
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Mid-year Review
• Assess the Teacher Portfolio using the
Step IPCRF and the suggested Mid-year
1 Review Form (MRF).
• Conduct Mid-year assessment
Step conference to discuss your initial ratings
2 with the Ratees.

• Discuss with the Ratees their respective


Step performance concerns.
3
• Step 4: Monitor teacher performance
and coach them using the Performance
Step Monitoring and Coaching Form (PMCF)
4 and/or Midyear Review Form (MRF).
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Suggested Mid-Year Review Form


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Performance Monitoring and Coaching Form


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How do you assess the Competencies?


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Post-assessment
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Post-Assessment

Explain accomplishments, corresponding rewards or


possible incentives. Finally, assist Ratees in preparing
their Development Plans for the following year.
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WORKSHOP

Instruction
Following the portfolio assessment process in the
RPMS Manual, rate the provided Sample Portfolio
Scenarios using the RPMS Tools and forms.
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Teacher Mark, Teacher III, submitted the


following MOV for Objective 1:
4 COT Rating Sheets distributed across 4 quarters
• COT 1 has a rating of 5, COT 2 and 3 are rated
6; and COT 4 has a rating of 7
• COT 1, 2 and 3 are each supported by Lessons
plans/ modified DLLs developed highlighting
integration of content knowledge within and
across subject areas, distributed across 4
quarters
• COT 4 is supported by Test materials
highlighting integration of content knowledge
within and across subject areas
What rating should Teacher Mark get?
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5 + 6 + 6 + 7 = 24
24/4 = 6

Weight
Q E T Total Average per Rating
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4 5 5 14 4.666 7.5% 0.349


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Teacher Gerlie, Master Teacher I, submitted


the following MOV for Objective 4, KRA 2:
• 3 COT Rating sheets with an average rating of
Level 6.575
• 3 Lessons plans/ modified DLLs highlighting
various classroom management strategies that
engage learners in activities/tasks in different
physical learning environments as support for
each COT rating sheets

What rating should Teacher Gerlie get?


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Weight
Q E T Total Average per Rating
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3 4 - 7 3.500 7.5% 0.262


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Teacher Bernadette submitted the following


MOV for Objective 2, KRA 1:
• Copy of the research proposal focused on
enriching knowledge of content and pedagogy
• Proof of participation and/or contribution to a
collaborative research
• Certified completed research focused on enriching
knowledge of content and pedagogy
• Proof of utilization of research findings with
colleagues

Teacher Bernadette was also able to disseminate


her research to her colleagues.
What rating should Teacher Bernadette get?
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Weight
Q E T Total Average per Rating
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5 5 5 15 5.000 7.5% 0.375


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Teacher Michael submitted the following MOV for


Objective 13, Plus Factor:
• Photocopy of Performance Mentoring and Coaching
Form
• Certificate for Division Level Speakership
• Certificate of Participation in an International
Seminar
• Represented the principal in 3-day budget
preparation workshop
• Observation Sheets on the observed classes of T1-
T3
• Photocopy of the Cover Page of the Research
Journal and the Research Article Published
What rating should Teacher Michael get?
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Weight
Q E T Total Average per Rating
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5 5 - 10 5.000 10% 0.050


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Teacher Karina, Teacher II, submitted the


following MOV for Objective 8, KRA 3:
• LAC Session notes on enhancing the development
of Instructional Materials
• LAC Session notes on School Roll-out of the RPMS
for Teachers and School Heads
• LAC Session notes on Faculty Capacity Building on
Action Research with proof of attendance
• Annotation on the minutes of LAC session on
2C2I1R Approach in Teaching highlighting the use of
teacher and learner feedback to enrich teaching
practice

What rating should Teacher Karina get?


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Weight
Q E T Total Average per Rating
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4 5 - 9 4.500 7.5% 0.337


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Teacher Myles, Teacher I, submitted the


following MOV for Objective 5, KRA 2:
• 3 Classroom Observation Tool (COT) rating
sheets on 6 lessons about teacher management
of learner behavior using at least 7 given
acceptable strategies supported by annotations
• COT 1, 2 and 3 about teacher management of
learner behavior are rated 5, 6 and 7,
respectively

What rating should Teacher Myles get?


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Weight
Q E T Total Average per Rating
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4 5 - 9 4.500 7.5% 0.337


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