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RPMS IPCRF ko ito

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Hirap Gumawa. Dami kumokopya!
RPMS ko 'to sa Rizal National High School.
Authentic 'to kasi gawa ko.

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RPMS IPCRF ko ito

  1. 1. Position : Position : Rating Period : Date of Review : Bureau/Center/Service/ Division : Q E T AVE DEPED RPMS form for Teacher | 1 TEACHING - LEARNING PROCESS July 2015 to March 2016 GEORGE M. VIBA MASTER TEACHER I , COORDINATOR RATING SCORE Name of Employee : Name of Rater :NAPOLEON B. PICIO TEACHER - I DEPED Santiago City ACTUAL RESULTSObjectives Timeline Weight Per KRA Major Final Output (MFO) Key Result Area (KRA) Monitored 87% - 93% days attendance intended for for handheld subjects Monitored 805 - 86% days attendance intended for handheld subjects Math 7 : June 16, 2015 to March 2016 TLE 9(CHS) and ICT 7 (SSC): June 29, 2015 to March 2016 INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM (IPCRF) Constructed 35 and above daily lesson logs each quarter as specified on the objective 1 Constructed 30 to 34 daily lesson logs each quarter as specified on the objective 1 Constructed 25 to 29 daily lesson logs each quarter as specified on the objective 1 Constructed 24 to 28 daily lesson logs each quarter as specified on the objective 1 Performance Indicator ( Quality, Efficiency, Timeliness ) Monitored 73% - 79% days attendance intended for handheld subjects Monitored 66% and below days attendance intended for handheld subjects Constructed 23 and below daily lesson logs each quarter as specified on the objective 1 5 4 3 2 1 1. Constructed daily lesson logs for my handheld subjects: 35 in each quarter for Mathematics 7 – Pearl, Jade and Silver with two appropriate weekly activities; 35 in each quarter for Technology and Livelihood Education 9 ( Computer Hardware Servicing) – Acacia with one Learning output outdoor application and 2 Learning output indoor application weekly; 35 in each quarter for Information and Computer Technology 7 – Special Science Curriculum with two Hands on activity weekly 2. Monitored Learners’ attendance to ensure learners presence in my handheld subjects: 160 days for 7 – Pearl, 7 – Jade, 7 – Silver, 7- Diamond ( SSC), 9 - Acacia 8% 8% 5 4 3 2 1 Monitored 94% - 100% days attendance intended for handheld subjects
  2. 2. Q E T AVE 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 DEPED RPMS form for Teacher | 2 10% 10% 6% 2% Drop out rate decreased by 0.66% and above Drop out rate decreased by 0.46 % - 0.65% Drop out rate decreased by 0.26% - 0.45%% Drop out rate decreased by 0.16% - 0.25% Drop out rate decreased by 0.00% - 0.15% Trained/ coached 2.00 and above students Trained/ coached 1.50 - 1.99 students Trained/ coached 1.00 - 1.49 students Trained/ coached 0.5 - 0.99 students No student trained /coached Evaluated 101 and above students portfolios 5. Attain a 85% passing rate for my students making them acquire a final rating between 75% and 80% in my handheld subjects at the end of the current school year. 6. Evaluated 90 portfolios each quarter of the current school year of Grade 7 mathematics students of Sections Pearl, Jade, and Ruby 7. Trained /Coached 2 contestant of any contest to represent the school in the division level within the current school year. 8. Helped the school decrease drop out rate by 0.66% within the current school year Major Final Output (MFO) 3. Monitored 100% of my 206 learners' periodic progress 175.1 - 194.7 students aqcuire final grade between 75% and 80% 154.5 - 174.1 students aqcuire final grade between 75% and 80% 133.9 - 153.5 students aqcuire final grade between 75% and 80% 113.3 - 132.9 students aqcuire final grade between 75% and 80% 5 4 3 2 1 Key Result Area (KRA) Objectives Timeline Weight Per KRA Performance Indicator ( Quality, Efficiency, Timeliness ) November 2015 to February 2016 7% ACTUAL RESULTS 7% RATING SCORE 4. Executed a total of 2 approved remediation program from 3rd to 4th quarter to address mathematics learning gaps to 100% of the learners who have deficiency to Mathematics 7 of the previous school year TEACHING - LEARNING PROCESS Monitored 97.09% to 100% students and above Monitored 77.67% to 96.60% students Monitored 67.96% to 77.18% students Monitored 58.25% to 67.48% students Monitored 38.83% to 57.77% students 4 and above approved remediation executed 3 approved remediation executed 2 approved remediation executed 1 remediation executed no remediation Quartely 3rd to 4th quarter of the current school year 3rd to 4th quarter of the current school year QuarterlySTUDENT OUTCOME 195.7 and above students acquire final rating between 75% and 80% July 2015 to March 2016 Evaluated 91 - 100 students portfolios Evaluated 81 - 90 students portfolios Evaluated 71 - 80 students portfolios Evaluated 61 and below students portfolios
  3. 3. Q E T AVE 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 DEPED RPMS form for Teacher | 3 9. Helped the school increase NAT results by 29 points within the current school year 12. Installed and maintained 1 computer network in each school offices and/or learning centers through utilizing TLE 9 ( Computer Hardware Servicing) outdoor applications 5% 2% Participated in 9 or more activities Participated in 7 - 8 activities Participated in 5 - 6 activities Participated in 3 - 4 activities NAT result increased by 24 points and above NAT result increased by 18 points - 23 points NAT result increased by 12 points - 17 points NAT result increased by 6 points - 11 points NAT result increased by 0 points - 5 points Attended 8 - 15 hours seminar/workshop 81% - 100% registered in professional organizations 61% - 80% registered in professional organizations 41% - 60% registered in professional organizations 21% - 40% registered in professional organizations 0% - 20% registered in professional organizations 14. Registered in one membership in professional organization co- curricular or extra - curricular in any of these levels: school, community, division, regional, national; within the current school year Installed 1 - 3 computer networks with 37.57% and below maintainace 1 13. Attended 30 – hour seminar/ workshop within the current school year July 2015 to March 2016 July 2015 to March 2016 12% 3% PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Attended 40 hours and above seminar/workshop Attended 32 - 39 hours seminar/workshop Attended 24 - 31 hours seminar/workshop Attended 16 -23 hours seminar/workshop ACTUAL RESULTS RATING SCORE Major Final Output (MFO) Key Result Area (KRA) Objectives Timeline Weight Per KRA Performance Indicator ( Quality, Efficiency, Timeliness ) STUDENT OUTCOME Installed 4 -5 computer networks with 47.57% maintainace 5 4 3 2 10% Installed 10 and above computer networks with 77.57% maintainace 100% attendance to PTCA Meeting 95% - 99% attendence to PTCA meeting 90% - 94% attendeance to PTCA Meeting 85% - 89% attendance to PTCA meeting 84% and below attendance to PTCA meeting Installed 8 - 9 computer networks with 67.57% maintainace Installed 6 -7 computer networks with 57.57% maintainace COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT 5% Participated in 1 -2 activities 10. Participated in curricular( co- / extra) activites sponsored by the school clubs and organization 11. Attended Periodic PTCA Meeting during the current school year July 2015 to March 2016 July 2015 to March 2016 July 2015 to March 2016 July 2015 to March 2016
  4. 4. Q E T AVE 5 4 3 2 1 DEPED RPMS form for Teacher | 4 OVERALL RATING FOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS RATING SCORE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT NESTOR R. LUCAS APPROVING AUTHORITY NAPOLEON B. PICIO RATEE Major Final Output (MFO) Key Result Area (KRA) Objectives Timeline Weight Per KRA GEORGE M. VIBA RATER Principal IVMaster Teacher I Teacher I 5% Performance Indicator ( Quality, Efficiency, Timeliness ) ACTUAL RESULTS July 2015 to March 2016 15. Provided 85% technical assistance to computers among co – workers ranging from offices to their personal technical needs within the current school year Provided assistance by 85% to 100% Provided assistance by 70% to 84% Provided assistance by 55% to 74% Provided assistance by 40% to 54% Provided assistance by 25% to 39%

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