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POSITION AND COMPETENCY PROFILE PCP No.

_________ Revision Code: 00

Department of Education

Position Title Salary Grade

Parenthetical Title

Office Unit Effectivity Date

Reports to Principal/ School Heads Page/s

Position Supervised

JOB SUMMARY

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS
A. CSC Prescribed Qualifications
Education Bachelor of Elementary/Secondary/Early Childhood Education or Bachelor's degree plus 18 professional unit in Education
Experience None required
Eligibility RA 1080
Trainings None required

B. Preferred Qualifications
Education BSE/BSEEd/College Graduate with education units (18-21), MA units 18 units
Experience
Eligibility PBET/LET Passers

Trainings In-Service training


Template for Elementary Teachers I to III Individual Performance Commitment and Review Form (IPCRF)
Name of Ratee: Name of Rater:
Position: Position:
Review Period: Review Period:

Bureau/Center/Service/Division: DepED Bulacan


TO BE FILLED IN DURING PLANNING
ACTUAL RESULTS
RATING SCORE
Weight per Weight per PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIMELINE Q E T AVERAGE
KRA Objective (Quality, Efficiency,Timeliness)

Basic I. TEACHING-LEARNING
Education PROCESS 30%
Services
1). Prepared daily lesson logs each with at least 3 parts
completely filled out and verifiable, ready for checking at the
5 - 5 parts and above completely filled out; a day before the school hour
start of the school hour.
X
4 - 4 parts completely filled out; 30 mins. before the start of the school hour

3 - 3 parts completely filled out; at the start of the school hour

2 - 2 parts completely filled out; 1 hr after the start of the school hour

1 - 1 part completely filled out; beyond 1 hr after the start of the school hour
2). Facilitated learning through the employment of 3 varied
activities and instructional materials which resulted to 75%
5 - 97% of the learners and above; 5 and above varied activities/materials; within the alloted time
(___out of ____) pupils attained 75% proficiency level
within the alloted time.
4 - 86% - 96% of the learners; 4 varied activities/materials; 1-3 mins. beyond the alloted time
June 2016-
March 2017 3 - 75% -85% of the learners; 3 varied activities/materials; 4-6 mins. beyond the alloted time

2 - 38% -74% of the learners; 2 varied activities/materials; 7-9 mins. beyond the alloted time

1 - 37% of the learners and below; 1 varied activity/material; 10 mins. and beyond the alloted time
3). Implemented and monitored compliance with at least 3
classroom rules and regulations which resulted to 75%
5 - 97% of the learners and above complying; 5 and above classroom rules and regulations
(___out of ____) pupils complying 75% of the items in the
checklists.
4 - 86%-96% of the learners complying; 4 classroom rules and regulations
June 2016-
X
March 2017 3 - 75%-85% of the learners complying; 3 classroom rules and regulations

2 - 38%-74% of the learners complying; 2 classroom rules and regulations

1 - 37% of the learners and below complying; 1 classroom rule and regulation
4). Initiated at least 3 strategies to enhance learners
attendance which resulted to 75% of the students achieving
5 - 97% of the learners and above achieved perfect attendance; 5 strategies
perfect attendance.

4 - 86%-96% of the learners achieved perfect attendance; 4 strategies


June 2016-
X
March 2017
3 - 75%-85% of the learners achieved perfect attendance; 3 strategies

2 - 38%-74% of the learners achieved perfect attendance; 2 strategies

1 - 37% of the learners and below achieved perfect attendance; 1 strategy


TO BE FILLED IN DURING PLANNING ACTUAL RESULTS RATING SCORE

Weight per Weight per PERFORMANCE INDICATORS


MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIMELINE Q E T AVERAGE
KRA Objective (Quality, Efficiency,Timeliness)

Basic
II. PUPILS/ STUDENTS
Education 30%
OUTCOMES
Services
*Non-negotiable objectives should be included in your
IPCRF 5 - 5 % and above increase in mock NAT; 5 and above interventions
*1). Increased NAT results by 3% through the MARCH 4 - 4% increase in mock NAT; 4 interventions
implementation of at least 3 interventions. 2017
10% 3 - 3% increase in mock NAT; 3 interventions X
2 - 1-2% increase in mock NAT; 2 interventions
1 - No increase/Decreased in mock NAT; 1 intervention
*2. Achieved LPRIP results of 75% MPS rating of at 5 - Achieved 100% of LPRIP MPS rating; 97% of the learners and above
least 75% (____out of ____) of learners per quarter 4 - Achieved 85%-99% of LPRIP MPS rating; 86% - 96% of the learners.
from June 2016-March 2017. At the end of
3 - Achieved 70%-84% of LPRIP MPS rating; 75%-85% of the learners. X
the school year
2 - Achieved 55%-69% of LPRIP MPS rating; 38%-74% of the learners.
1 - 54% and below of LPRIP MPS rating; 37% of the learners and below.
*3). 75% of the pupils were classified as instructional 5 - 97%-100% instructional readers; 7 and above interventions; EO January
readers after implementing at least 5 interventions by 4 - 86%-96% instructional readers; 6 interventions; EO January
the EO January 2017. June 2016-
3- 75%-85% instructional readers; 5 interventions; EO January
March 2017
2- 38%-74% instructional readers; 4 interventions; EO January
1- 37% and below instructional readers; 3 and below interventions; EO January
For Grade 1 teachers only 5 - 97% and above pupils, 65% and above classified as very good; February 17, , 2017 or earlier
4). Administered oral reading test in Filipino in at least 75% of 4 - 86% - 96%; 58-64% classified as very good; February 22-24, 2017
the Grade 1 pupils; 50% of the pupils should have been Feb-17 3 - 75% - 85%; 50-57% classified as very good; end of February 2017
classified as very good, good, fair by February 2017. 2 - 38%-74%; 26-49% ; classified as very good; March 1-10, 2017
1 - 37% and below; 25% classified as very good; March 13, 2017 or later
For Grade 1 teachers only 5 - 97% and above pupils, 65% and above classified as very good; February 17, , 2017 or earlier
5). Administered oral fluency test in English at least 75% of 4 - 86% - 96%; 58-64% classified as very good; February 22-24, 2017
the Grade 1 pupils, 50% of the pupils should have been Feb-17 3 - 75% - 85%; 50-57% classified as very good; end of February 2017
classified as very good, good, fair by February 2017. 2 - 38%-74%; 26-49% ; classified as very good; March 1-10, 2017
1 - 37% and below; 25% classified as very good; March 13, 2017 or later
For advisers only 5 - Zero drop-out; 5 and above interventions
*6). Decreased drop-out rate by 2% from last year by 4 - 3% and above decrease; 4 interventions
implementing at least 3 interventions EO March 2017. Mar-17 3 - 2%-2.99% decrease; 3 interventions X
2 - 1% decrease; 2 interventions
1 - no decrease/Increased; 1 intervention
*7). 75% of the pupils were classified as nearly numerates 5 - 97% and above of learners nearly numerates; 5 and above interventions; January 20, 2017 or earlier
after implementing at least 3 interventions by the EO 4 - 86%-96% of learners nearly numerates; 4 interventions; January 23-31, 2017
February 2017. Feb-17 3 - 75%-85% of learners nearly numerates; 3 interventions; EO February 2017
2 - 38%-74% of learners nearly numerates; 2 interventions; March 1-10, 2017
1 - 37% and below of learners nearly numerates; 1 intervention; March 13, 2017 onwards
8). Employed at least 3 strategies in the preparation of pupils 5 - 5 and above school records; 5 and above strategies; 2 days before the due date or earlier
records, 3 school records were submitted on due date. 4 - 4 school records; 4 strategies; 1 day before the due date
June 2016-
March 2017 3- 3 school records; 3 strategies; on due date
2 - 2 school records; 2 strategies; 1 day late
1 - 1 school record; 1 strategy; 2 days after the due date or later
9). Conducted at least 3 remediation activities, 75% of the 5 - 97% and above of learners passed; 5 or more remediation activities
target learners achieved passing grades at the end of the 4 - 86% -96% of learners passed; 4 remediation activities
quarter June 2016-
3 - 75% -85% of learners passed; 3 remediation activities X
March 2017
2 - 38% -74% of learners passed; 2 remediation activities
1 - 37% and below of learners passed; 1 remediation activity
TO BE FILLED IN DURING PLANNING RATING SCORE
ACTUAL RESULTS

Weight per Weight per PERFORMANCE INDICATORS


MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIMELINE Q E T AVERAGE
KRA Objective (Quality, Efficiency,Timeliness)

Basic
Education III. COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT 15%
Services

1). Conducted at least 3 meetings with 30% parents 5- 39% and above attendance; 5 and above meetings
participation until EO March 2017 4- 35%-38% attendance; 4 meetings
June 2016-
3- 30%-34% attendance; 3 meetings X
March 2017
2- 15%-29% attendance; 2 meetings
1- 14% and below attendance; 1 meeting
2). Conducted at least 3 conferences with parents of learners 5 - 97% and above of the target learners improved; 5 or more conferences
needing academic/behavioral monitoring or follow-up 4 - 86%-96% of the target learners improved; 4 conferences
resulting to academic/behavioral improvement in 75% of the June 2016-
3 - 75%-85% of the target learners improved; 3 conferences X
target learners from June 2016-March 2017 March 2017
2 - 38%-74% of the target learners improved; 2 conferences
1 - 37% and below of the target learners improved; 1 conference
3). Generated at least Php 3,000 amount for school project/s 5 - Php 3,900 and above generated; 39 and above stakeholders; March 17, 2017 or earlier
through engagement of at least 30 stakeholders from May 4 - Php 3,421.00 - Php 3,899.00 generated, 35-38 stakeholders; March 20-24, 2017
2016-March 2017 May 2016-April
3 - Php 3,000.00 - Php 3 420.00 generated; 30 -34 stakeholders; EO March 2017
2017
2 - Php 1,501.00 - Php 2, 999.00 generated; 15-29 stakeholders; April 3-7, 2017
1 - Php 1,500.00 and below generated; 14 and below stakeholders; April 10, 2017 or later
4). Mediated and ensured resolution of 3 complaint cases; 2 5 - 0 case; 0 complaint; March 24. 2017 or earlier
cases resolved at the EO March 2017 4 - 1 case resolved; 1 complaint; March 27-30, 2017
June 2016-
3 - 2 cases resolved; 3 complaint; EO March 2017
March 2017
2 - 3 cases resolved; 4 complaints; April 3-7, 2017
1 - 4 cases resolved; 5 and above complaints; April 10, 2017 or later
TO BE FILLED IN DURING PLANNING ACTUAL RESULTS
RATING SCORE

Weight per Weight per PERFORMANCE INDICATORS


MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIMELINE Q E T AVERAGE
KRA Objective (Quality, Efficiency,Timeliness)

Basic
IV. PROFESSIONAL GROWTH
Education AND DEVELOPMENT 15%
Services

5 - 5 and above extra-curricular activities; report submitted 2 days or earlier


1). Spearheaded conduct of at least 3 extra-curricular 4 - 4 extra-curricular activities; report submitted 1 day earlier
May 2016-April
activities (chairmanship/coordinatorship), accomplishment 3 - 3 extra-curricular activities; report submitted on due date
2017
report submitted on due date 2 - 2 extra-curricular activities; report submitted 1 day late X

1 - 1 extra-curricular activity; report submitted 2 days or later


5 - Received 5 or more awards in school/district/EDDIS/division/regional/national/international from June 2016-March 2017
2). Received 3 special awards/citation/ recognition for June 2016- 4 - Received 4 awards in school/district/EDDIS/division/regional/national/international from June 2016-March 2017
X
exemplary performance as coach/trainer/teacher from June March 2017 3 - Received 3 awards in school/district/EDDIS/division/regional/national/international from June 2016-March 2017
2016 - March 2017 2 - Received 2 awards in school/district/EDDIS/division/regional/national/international from June 2016-March 2017
1-Received 1 awards in school/district/EDDIS/division/regional/national/international from June 2016-March 2017
3). Attended 3 SLAC 5 - attended 100% of the target SLAC, seminar, etc. from June 2016 to March 2017.
sessions/seminar/training/orientation/writeshop, 4 - attended 85%-99% of the target SLAC, seminar, etc. from June 2016 to March 2017.
accomplishment report submitted on due time. June 2016-
3 - attended 70%-84% of the target SLAC, seminar, etc. from June 2016 to March 2017.
March 2017
2 - attended 55%-69% of the target SLAC, seminar, etc. from June 2016 to March 2017.
1 - attended 54% and below of the target SLAC, seminar, etc. from June 2016 to March 2017.
4). Achieved ______% of daily attendance and punctuality 5 - Achieved 100% of attendance and no tardiness have been recorded from June 2016 to March 2017.
from June 2016 to March 2017 4 - Achieved 85%-99% of attendance and with 10% of the number of tardiness have been recorded from June 2016 to March 2017
June 2016-
3 - Achieved 70%-84% of attendance and with 15% of the number of tardiness have been recorded from June 2016 to March 2017
March 2017 2 - Achieved 55%-69% of attendance and with 20% of the number of tardiness have been recorded from June 2016 to March 2017
1 - Achieved 54% and below of attendance and with 25% of the number of tardiness have been recorded from June 2016 to March 2017
5). Published at least 1 article /creative work/book/writers/ 5 -1 or more published in the national/ international level; from May 2016- April 2017
and the like from June 2016 to March 2017 4 - 2 or more published in the division level / at least 1 in the regional level; from May 2016- April 2017
May 2016-April
2017 3 - 1 published in the division level/2 or more in the district level; from May 2016- April 2017
2 - 1 published in the district level/2 or more in the school level; from May 2016- April 2017
1 - 1 published in the school level; from May 2016-April 2017
6). Conducted 1 action research from May 2016- June 2017 5 - Validated by the division office; from May 2016 - April 2017
4 - fully implemented in the school; from May 2016 - April 2017
May 2016-April 3 - Started the implementation in the school; from May 2016 - April 2017 X
2017
May 2016-April X
2017 2 - approved by the SDS; from May 2016 - May 2017
1 - proposed action research in the division office; from May 2016-April 2017.
RATING SCORE
PLUS FACTORS TO BE FILLED IN DURING PLANNING ACTUAL RESULTS

MFOs (Percentage
KRAs assigned
Weight per
OBJECTIVES TIMELINE
Weight per PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
Q E T AVERAGE
KRA Objective (Quality, Efficiency,Timeliness)
should not be higher than
the lowest percentage
given to the regular
objectives; total plus
10%
factor percentage must
be deducted to 100%
total percentage of your
IPCRF)(KRA#1 + KRA#2
+ KRA#3 + KRA#4)+ 1). Enrolled and earned ______ units in graduate and post 5 - Graduate of doctoral degree.
PLUS FACTOR = 100% graduate studies from June 2016 to March 2017. June 2016- 4 - Graduate of masteral degree and earned units in post graduate studies from June 2016-March 2017.
March 2017 3 - Earned 30 or more units in graduate studies from June 2016 to March 2017 X

2 - Earned 12-27 units in graduate studies from June 2016 to March 2017
1 - Earned 3-9 units in graduatestudies from June 2016-March 2017
5 -1 or more national/ international resource speakership; from May 2016- April 2017
4 - 2 or more resource speakership in the division level / at least 1 in the regional level; from May 2016- April 2017
June 2016-
2). Served at least 1 resource speakership within the year 3 - 1 resource speakership in the division level/2 or more in the district level; from May 2016- April 2017 X
March 2017
2 - 1 resource speakership in the district level/2 or more in the school level; from May 2016- April 2017
1 - 1 resource speakership in the school level; from May 2016-April 2017
5 -1 or more national/ international demo teaching; from May 2016- April 2017
June 2016- 4 - 2 or more demo teaching in the division level / at least 1 in the regional level; from May 2016- April 2017
3). Served at least 1 demo teaching within the year March 2017 3 - 1 demo teaching in the division level/2 or more in the district level; from May 2016- April 2017 X

2 - 1 demo teaching in the district level/2 or more in the school level; from May 2016- April 2017
1 - 1 demo teaching in the school level; from May 2016-April 2017
4). Conducted 1 innovation activity (projects/SIM/CI 5 - Validated by the division office; from May 2016 - April 2017
projects/S2S/LRMDS and the like from May 2016 - April 2017. 4 - fully implemented in the school; from May 2016 - April 2017
May 2016-April
3 - Started the implementation in the school; from May 2016 - April 2017 X
2017
2 - approved by the SDS; from May 2016 - May 2017
1 - conceptualized 1 innovation activity in the district office; from May 2016-April 2017.
Note: All highlighted should be consistently included in your IPCRF (Those items are non-negotiable)
* Weight per Objective will be assigned by the ratee in agreement with the rater. Those mark X in the Q,E,T box will not be computed..
* To get the AVERAGE, (Q + E + T)/3; *To get the RATING, the average is multiplied by the weight assigned per objective *To get the SCORE per KRA, add the ratings of
all objectives
*To get the Over-All Rating, add all the scores of the KRAs
*Weight on NAT is constant
*Complete all parts of IPCRF including Part III and Part IV Overall Rating for Accomplishments

Teacher Principal
Ratee Rater
COMPETENCIES

CORE BEHAVIORAL COMPETENCIES improve performance. Examples may include doing something better, faster, at
alower cost, more efficiently; or improving quality, costumer satisfaction, morale,
Self-Management without setting any specific goal.
1 Sets personal goals and direction, needs and development.
2 Undertakes personal actions and behaviors that are clear and purposive and Teamwork
takes into account personal goals and values congruent to that of the ###
1 Willingly does his/her share of responsibilty.
organization.
2 Promotes collaboration and removes barriers to teamwork and goal
3 Displays emotional maturity and enthusiasm for and is challenged by higher accomplishment across the organization ###
goals
4 Prioritize work tasks and schedules (through gantt charts, checklists, etc.) to 3 Applies negotiation principles in arriving at win-win agreements.
achieve goals.
5 Sets high quality, challenging, realistic goals for self and others 4 Drives consensus and team ownership of decisions.
5 Works constructively and collaboratively with others and across organizations to
Professionalism and Ethics accomplish organizational goals and objectives.

1 Demonstrates the values and behavior enshrined in the Norms of Conduct Service Orientation
and Ethical Standards for public officials and employee (RA 6713). 1 Can explain and articulate organizational directions, issues and problems.

2 Practices ethical and professional behavior and conduct taking into account 2 Takes personal responsibilty for dealing with and/or correcting costumer service
the impact of his/her actions and decisions. ### issues and concerns ###

3 Maintains professional image: being trustworthy, regularity of attendance 3 Initiates activities that promotes advocacy for men and women empowerment.
and punctuality, good grooming and communication.
4 Makes personal sacrifices to meet the organization's needs. 4 Participates in updating of office vision, mission, mandates & strategies based on
DepEd strategies and directions.

5 Acts with a sense pf urgency and responsibility to meet the organization's 5 Develops and adopts service improvement programs through simplified procedures
needs, improves systems and help others improve their effectiveness. that will further enhance service delivery.
Result Focus Innovation
1 Achieves results with optimal use of time and resources most of the time. 1 Examines the root cause of problems and suggests effective solutions. Fosters new
ideas, processes, and suggests bettter ways to do things (cost and/or operational
efficiency).
2 Avoids rework, mistakes and wastage through effective work methods by ### 2 Demonstrates an ability to think "beyond the box". Continuously focuses on ###
placing organizational needs before personal needs. improving personal productivity to create higher value and results.
3 Delivers error-free outputs most of the time by conforming to standard 3 Promotes a creative climate and inspires co-workers to develop original ideas or
operating procedures correctly and consistently. Able to produce very solutions.
satisfactoy quality of work in terms of usefulness/acceptability and ###
completeness with no supervision required.

4 Expresses a desire to do better and may express frustration at waste or 4 Translates creative thinking into tangible changes and solutions that improve the work unit and
inefficiency. May focus on new or more precise ways of meeting goals set. organization.

5 Makes specific changes in the system or in own work methods to 5 Uses ingenious methods to accomplish responsibilties. Demonstrates resourcefulness and the ability to
succeed with minimal resources.
5 - Role Model; 4 - Consistently demonstrates; 3 - Most of the time demonstrates; 2 - Sometimes demonstrates; 1 - Rarely demonstrates
DEPED RPMS form - DEPED form -Teachers

CORE SKILLS Computer / ICT Skills


Oral Communication 1 Prepares basic compositions ( e.g., letters, reports, spreadsheets and graphic
presentations using Word Processing and Excel.

1 Follows instructions accurately. 2 Identifies different computer parts, turns the computer on/off, and work on a given
task with acceptable speed and accuracy and connects computer peripherals ( e.g.,
printers, modems, multi-media projectors, etc.)

2 Expresses self clearly, fluently and articulately. 3 Prepares simple presentations using Powerpoint.
3 Uses appropriate medium for the message. 4 Utilizes technologies to : access information to enhance professional productivity,
assists in conducting research and communicate through local and global
professional networks.
4 Adjust communication style to others. 5 Recommends appropriate and updated technology to enhance productivity and
professional practice.
5 Guides discussions between and among peers to meet an objective.
Written Communication
1 Knows the different written business communication formats used in the
DepEd.

2 Writes routine correspondence/communications, narrative and descriptive


report based on ready available information data with minimal spelling or
grammatical error/s (e.g. Memos, minutes, etc.) OVERALL COMPETENCY RATINGS
3 Secures information from required references (i.e., Directories, schedules,
notices, instructions) for specific purposes.
CORE BEHAVIORAL COMPETENCIES #DIV/0!
4 Self-edits words, numbers, phonetic notation and content, if necessary.

5 Demonstrates clarity, fluency, impact, conciseness, and effectiveness in


his/her written communications.
OVERALL RATING #DIV/0!

5 - Role Model; 4 - Consistently demonstrates; 3 - Most of the time demonstrates; 2 - Sometimes demonstrates; 1 - Rarely demonstrates

Note: These ratings can be used for the developmental plans of the employee.
DEPED RPMS form - DEPED form - For Teachers
PART III: SUMMARY OF RATINGS FOR DISCUSSION

Final Performance Results Rating

Accomplishments of KRAs and Objectives

Employee-Superior Agreement
The signatures below confirm that the employee and his/her superior have agreed to the contents of the performance as captured in this form.

Name of Employee: Name of Superior:

Signature: Signature:
Date: Date:

PART IV: DEVELOPMENT PLANS

Strengths Development Needs Action Plan Timeline Resources Needed


(Recommended Developmental Intervention)

Ratee Rater Approving Officer

DEPED RPMS form - DEPED form -For Teacher |