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INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM (IPCRF)

Name of Employee: VIOLETA FRANCES G. APLAN


Position: Teacher III
Division: Northern Samar
School: CATARMAN I CENTRAL SCHOOL
Rating Period: June October 2015

Name of Rater: IMELDA T. VALENZUELA, Ph. D.


Position: Elementary School Principal IV
Date of Review:

TO BE FILLED IN DURING PLANNING


Major
Final
Outco
mes
(MFOs)
Delivery
of Basic
Educatio
nal
Services

Key
Result
Areas
(KRA)
Teaching
Learning
Process
(30%)

Objectives

Write lesson plans/lesson


logs
based
on
the
standards-based curriculum
guides daily
Facilitate learning through
the use of
written/computerized lesson
plans, modules, teaching
guides, and other learning
resources with the
appropriate, adequate and
updated instructional
materials

Timeline

Weigh
t Per
KRA

Performance Indicators
(Quality, Efficiency, Timeliness)
*not necessarily 3 indicators in the
same objective

TO BE FILLED DURING EVALUATION


Actual Results
Ratin
Score
g
Q

Ave

June 2015
March
2016

10%

115% - 129% developed high order


thinking skills and attained the
desired learning competencies

0.400

June 2015
March
2016

10%

The
teacher
explained
the
importance of the goal and the
appropriateness to students.
Has provided individual activities
for a 115-129% and above of the
classes handled for the rating
period
Teaching methods and strategies
elicited 115-129% interaction from
a class
Inductive
method/deductive
method was 115-129%
used in
teaching a lesson
Cooperative learning strategies was
115-129% effective when used
ICT
integration
is
115-129%
evident

0.400

Pupils
Learning
Outcomes
(30%)

Initiate discipline of students


including classroom rules,
guidelines and individual
and group tasks within the
rating period.
Monitor attendance,
diversity appreciate, safe,
positive and motivating
environment, overall
physical atmosphere,
cleanliness and orderliness
of classrooms including
proper waste disposal daily
Monitor, evaluate and
maintain pupils progress
within the rating period
through:
o assessment for learning
(formative)
o assessment as learning
(reflective)
o assessment of learning
(summative)
o periodic test

June 2015
March
2016

5%

June 2015
March
2016

5%

June 2015
March
2016

10%

Results
of
student
observations/appraisal are 115129% used as basis for follow-up.
Pupils were 115-129% guided in
the observation of classroom rules
and the guidelines as evidenced by
descriptive rating in the report
card/journal
Safety, orderliness and cleanliness
of floors, toilets and proper waste
disposal were 115-129%
maintained
Attendance checking was 115129% systematically carried out

The teacher explained the various


uses and limitations of the different
kinds of assessments/test. Evidence
showed that student needs and
avenues for growth were clearly
identified.
Class record reflected the bases of
115-129% of pupils' ratings in all
classes/subject areas handled
Students' portfolio contained 115129% of his accomplishment
Table of specifications is 115-129%
prepared for tests that require it
Table of specifications showed 115129% congruence between content
and skills test
Test questions were 115-129%
logically sequenced
Pretest and Posttest were 115129% administered in all
classes/subject area (Supported by
analysis report on subject area per
class/grade level)

0.200

0.200

0.400

Community
Involvement
(5%)

Conduct
remediation/enrichment
programs to improve
performance
Maintain updated pupils
school record

June 2015
March
2016

5%

Remediation/Enrichment program is
offered to 100-114% who need it

0.150

June 2015
March
2016

5%

0.200

Attain the required GSA for


Grade level and learning
areas
Conducted periodic PTA
meetings/conferences

June 2015
March
2016
June 2015
March
2016
October
2015,
February
2016
June 2015
March
2016
June 2015
March
2016
August
2015

10%

90 95% of the pupils records


were prepared and submitted
before the scheduled date without
error
115%-129% MPS/ GSA

0.400

100-114% of planned meetings


conducted producing set of
agreements
100-114% accomplishment of visits
with
suggested
planned
interventions

0.060

0.030

1%

Attended 3 or more community and


civic organization activities

0.040

1%

0.030

0.250

June 2015
March
2016
October
2015

5%

Initiated/participated in 1 successful
project, event or activity with
external sponsorship
Actively engaged in the clubs
activities and seriously imbibes the
duties and responsibilities of the
position held
Attended 1 Regional Training of
Trainers on Campus Journalism

0.250

Facilitated the Division Training on


Campus Journalism

0.200

June 2015
March
2016
October

20%

Handled 300 minutes of teaching


load, 60 minutes of chairmanship
and 60 minutes coordinatorship
Organized a special committee that

1.000

0.250

Visited parents of students


needing academic
monitoring/follow-up within
the rating period
Involved in all community
celebrations/activities

Professional
Growth and
Developmen
t (15%)

Instructional
Competence
(20%)
Plus

Initiated/participated in cocurricular/school activities


within the rating period
Join and participate in
different school
clubs/organizations
Attended seminars, training,
symposium and other
related event to profession
Facilitated any training,
seminars and other related
events in the school, district
and in the division
Handled required number of
teaching loads with add-ons
Organized a special

2%

1%

5%

5%

5%

Factor

committee to prepare a
schedule for the weekly NAT
review

Over-all Ratings for


Accomplishments

VIOLETA FRANCES G. APLAN


ALBAO, Ph.D. CESO V
Teacher III/Ratee
Superintendent/Approving Authority

2015

prepared the schedule for the NAT


review with full documentation
report on completion
4.46 (VS)

IMELDA T. VALENZUELA, Ph.D.


ES Principal IV/Rater

MANUEL P.
Schools Division