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INDIVIDUAL PER

Name of Employee: GENOVEVA B. SASOTA Name of Rater: OLI


Position: District Supervisor Position: Schools D
Review Period: January 2015-December 2015 Date of Review: De
District: SIAY

MFO KRAs OBJECTIVES TIMELINE WEIGHT


per KRA Obj
Guidance & INSTRUCTIONAL Provide guidance and instructional supervision to Jan-Dec 35%
Instructional SUPERVISION school heads by observing and gathering data on their 5%
supervision strengths and development needs and then coaching
provided them towards improved instructional leadership practices.

Technical
Assistance, Observe and gather data on the strengths and competency Jan-Dec 25%
Observation (KSA) development needs of teachers and coach school
and coaching heads on how to improve teachers’ KSA in teaching-
provided learning delivery.

Schools & Assess the situation of schools and learning centers, and Jan 5%
learning identify actions needed to put in place an enabling
centers environment for School Heads and Teachers to deliver
assessed quality basic education
TECHNICAL Provide technical assistance in the formulation of school Jan-Dec 20%
Technical ASSISTANCE plans (e.g. SIP) and its adjustments by conducting 5%
assistance in IN SCHOOL workshops, doing follow through coaching and providing
SIP formulation MANAGEMENT appraisal and feedback on their draft plans, so that all
schools can have approved plans as basis for budgeting
and resourcing,

SIP implementation Monitor and evaluate school’s implementation of their plans Jan-Dec 10%
monitored and submit reports to the Schools Division management
evaluated & team to provide feedback
reported

Induction Coordinate and facilitate the conduct of orientation/ June-Aug 5%


induction programs for all newly hired teachers on
Program
their roles and responsibilities.
conducted

Funds utilization MONITORING AND Conduct monitoring and evaluation on the utilization and Jan-Dec 15%
monitored & EVALUATION liquidation of SEF, MOOE and other funds to determine 5%
evaluated if schools adhere with the policy and standards using
pre-designed M & E and transparency tools.
SBM level of Monitor SBM Level of practice through validation of their Jan-Dec 5%
practice documents and outputs to determine areas for
validated development and possible provision of technical
assistance to improve school performance

Private Monitor and evaluate private schools through ocular May-Sep 5%


schools inspection of required documents to determine adherence
monitored to set standards as regards to permit to operate renewal
and evaluated of operation, permit for recognition, GASTPE
implementation, accreditation

CURRICULUM Conduct monitoring and evaluation of the school’s Jan-Dec 3% 3%


Localize DEVELOPMENT, implementation of the localized curriculum to provide
curriculum ENRICHMENT, and feedback to management towards continuous
implementation LOCALIZATION enhancement of the curriculum
monitored &
evaluated

LEARNING Gather result of assessment reports per least learned Jan-Dec 15%
Assessment OUTCOMES skills and analyze performance gaps to pinpoint causes 10%
results analyzed ASSESSMENT and possible interventions to close the gap.
& provided
intervention

policy Draft policy recommendations related to improving Jan-Dec 5%


drafted & learning outcome based on findings from studies and reports.
recommended

Action research RESEARCH Conduct action research on curriculum implementation, Jan-Dec 3% 3%


conducted learning area, as well as best practices in content
delivery and submit findings and recommendations for
management action and policy formulation.

TECHNICAL Assesses the situation and analyzes the needs of Jan 9%


Training ASSISTANCE schools in the district to identify the appropriate 4%
needs and relevant actions and interventions
analysis
of schools
acted
Technical Prepares and submits periodic reports on the progress March 5%
Assistance of the technical assistance being provided to the schools Aug
progress Oct
report Dec
submitted

100% 100%

Ratee Rater

OLIVER B
Public Schools District Supervisor/PICs C
INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT & REVIEW FORM
Name of Rater: OLIVER B. TALAOC, ED. D.
Position: Schools Division Superintendent
Date of Review: December 2015

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
QUALITY EFFICIENCY
5- 30 & above of school heads in the district
provided with instructional supervision
and coaching.
4- 25-29 of school heads in the district
provided with instructional supervision
and coaching.
3- 22-24 of school heads in the district
provided with instructional supervision
and coaching.
2- 19-21 of school heads in the district
provided with instructional supervision
and coaching.
1- 18 & below school heads in the district
provided with instructional supervision
and coaching.

5- 100 teachers observed and provided


instructional assistance; 100% of
school heads coached.
4- 80-99 teachers observed and provided
instructional assistance; 86%-99% of
school heads coached.
3- 50-79 teachers observed and provided
instructional assistance; 75%-85% of
school heads coached.
2- 30-49 teachers observed and provided
instructional assistance; 65%-74% of
school heads coached.
1- 29 teachers & below were observed and
provided instructional assistance; 64% &
below school heads coached.
5-30 & above of schools and learning centers
in the district were assessed,evaluated
and provided instructional assistance
4-25-29 of schools and learning centers
in the district were assessed,evaluated
and provided instructional assistance
3-22-24 of schools and learning centers
in the district were assessed,evaluated
and provided instructional assistance
2-19-21 of schools and learning centers
in the district were assessed,evaluated
and provided instructional assistance
1-18 & below schools and learning centers
in the district were assessed,evaluated
and provided instructional assistance

5- 30 & above of schools provided with technical


assistance in SIP formulation.
4- 25-29 of schools provided with technical
assistance in SIP formulation.
3-22-24 of schools provided with technical
assistance in SIP formulation.
2- 19-21 of schools provided with technical
assistance in SIP formulation.
1- 18 & below of schools provided with technical
assistance in SIP formulation.
5-30 & above of schools SIP implementation
monitored,evaluated and reported
4-25-29 of schools SIP implementation
monitored,evaluated and reported
3-22-24 of schools SIP implementation
monitored,evaluated and reported
2-19-22 of schools SIP implementation
monitored,evaluated and reported
1-18 & below of schools SIP implementation
monitored,evaluated and reported
5-100% of newly-hired teachers oriented and inducted

4-86%-99% of newly-hired teachers oriented and inducted

3-75%-85% of newly-hired teachers oriented and inducted

2-65%-74% of newly-hired teachers oriented and inducted

1-64% & below of newly-hired teachers oriented and


inducted
5- 100% of schools utilization & liquidation of
MOOE, SEF & Other funds were monitored
and evaluated
4- 86%-99% of schools utilization & liquidation of
MOOE, SEF & Other funds were monitored
and evaluated
3- 75%-85% of schools utilization & liquidation of
MOOE, SEF & Other funds were monitored
and evaluated
2- 65%-74% of schools utilization & liquidation of
MOOE, SEF & Other funds were monitored
and evaluated
1- 64% of schools utilization & liquidation of
MOOE, SEF & Other funds were monitored
and evaluated
5- 100% of school's SBM level of practice
monitored and validated
4- 86%-99% of school's SBM level of practice
monitored and validated
3- 75%-85% of school's SBM level of practice
monitored and validated
2- 65%-74% of school's SBM level of practice
monitored and validated
1- 64% of school's SBM level of practice
monitored and validated
5-100% of private schools in the district monitored
and evaluated through ocular inspection as regards
to permit to operate,renewal of operation,recognition
GASTPE implementation & accreditation
4-86%-99% of private schools in the district monitored
and evaluated through ocular inspection as regards
to permit to operate,renewal of operation,recognition
GASTPE implementation & accreditation
3-75%-85% of private schools in the district monitored
and evaluated through ocular inspection as regards
to permit to operate,renewal of operation,recognition
GASTPE implementation & accreditation
2-65%-74% of private schools in the district monitored
and evaluated through ocular inspection as regards
to permit to operate,renewal of operation,recognition
GASTPE implementation & accreditation
1-64% of private schools in the district monitored
and evaluated through ocular inspection as regards
to permit to operate,renewal of operation,recognition
GASTPE implementation & accreditation
5-100% of schools implementation of the localized
indigenized curriculum monitored and evaluated.
4-86%-99% of schools implementation of the
localized/indigenized curriculum monitored and evaluated.
3-75%-85% of schools implementation of the
localized/indigenized curriculum monitored and evaluated.
2-65%-74% of schools implementation of the
localized/indigenized curriculum monitored and evaluated.
1-64% & below of schools implementation of the
localized/indigenized curriculum monitored and
evaluated.

5- 30 & above of schools assessment results were


collected, analyzed and provided intenventions
4- 25-29 of schools assessment results were
collected, analyzed and provided intenventions
3- 22-24 of schools assessment results were
collected, analyzed and provided intenventions
2- 19-21 of schools assessment results were
collected, analyzed and provided intenventions
1- 18 & below of schools assessment results were
collected, analyzed and provided intenventions

5- 3 policies related to learning outcomes drafted


and recommended
4- 2 policies related to learning outcomes drafted
and recommended
3- 1 policy related to learning outcomes drafted
and recommended
2- 1 policy related to learning outcomes drafted
but not recommended
1- No policy related to learning outcomes drafted
but recommended

5- Conducted 1 action research with results


and recommendation replicated
4- Conducted 1 action research with results
and recommendations but not replicated
3- Conducted 1 action research with results
and but no recommendation
2- Prepared 1 action research proposal
1- No research proposal
5- Prepared and implemented comprehensive
district TA plan based on assessment results of all
schools in the district
4- Prepared and implemented comprehensive
district TA plan based on assessment results of
86%-99% of schools in the district
3- Prepared and implemented comprehensive
district TA plan based on assessment results of
75%-85% of schools in the district
2- Prepared and implemented comprehensive
district TA plan based on assessment results of
65%-74% of schools in the district
1- Prepared and implemented comprehensive
district TA plan based on assessment results of
64% of schools in the district
5- Prepared and submitted 4 progress report on
technical assistance provided to schools
4- Prepared and submitted 3 progress report on
technical assistance provided to schools
3- Prepared and submitted 2 progress report on
technical assistance provided to schools
2- Prepared and submitted 1 progress report on
technical assistance provided to schools
1- No progress report on technical assistance
prepared and submitted
Total

OLIVER B. TALAOC, ED. D.


Chief , CID
S ACTUAL RESULTS RATING SCORE
TIMELINESS Q E T
ASP
MSP
no. of SH

Observation Report
Needs Analysis
PMCF

inventory of school facilities


& learning centers
TCR
SIP
District SIP Planning Team Report

AIP/PPMP/SOB
liquidation report

TIP Report
-   GASTPE implementation, Accreditation
Updated Documentation of school accomplishments
·      Assessment Results Analysis Report per District
·      Policy recommendations

·      TA plan and reports


·      Policy recommendations based on TA Reports
Team Report
mplementation, Accreditation
entation of school accomplishments with stakeholders’ cooperation
Results Analysis Report per District and per School

mendations based on TA Reports


ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT
Name of Employee: GENOVEVA B. SASOTA Name of Rater: OLI
Position: District Supervisor Position: Schools D
Review Period: January 2015-December 2015 Date of Review: De
District: SIAY

MFO KRAs OBJECTIVES TIMELINE WEIGHT


per KRA Obj
Guidance & INSTRUCTIONAL Provide guidance and instructional supervision to Jan-Dec 35%
Instructional SUPERVISION school heads by observing and gathering data on their 5%
supervision strengths and development needs and then coaching
provided them towards improved instructional leadership practices.
Technical
Assistance, Observe and gather data on the strengths and competency Jan-Dec 25%
Observation (KSA) development needs of teachers and coach school
and coaching heads on how to improve teachers’ KSA in teaching-
provided learning delivery.

Schools & Assess the situation of schools and learning centers, and Jan 5%
learning identify actions needed to put in place an enabling
centers environment for School Heads and Teachers to deliver
assessed quality basic education

TECHNICAL Provide technical assistance in the formulation of school Jan-Dec 20%


Technical ASSISTANCE plans (e.g. SIP) and its adjustments by conducting 5%
assistance in IN SCHOOL workshops, doing follow through coaching and providing
SIP formulation MANAGEMENT appraisal and feedback on their draft plans, so that all
schools can have approved plans as basis for budgeting
and resourcing,

SIP implementation Monitor and evaluate school’s implementation of their plans Jan-Dec 10%
monitored and submit reports to the Schools Division management
evaluated & team to provide feedback
reported
Induction Coordinate and facilitate the conduct of orientation/ June-Aug 5%
Program induction programs for all newly hired teachers on
conducted their roles and responsibilities.

Funds utilization MONITORING AND Conduct monitoring and evaluation on the utilization and Jan-Dec 15%
monitored & EVALUATION liquidation of SEF, MOOE and other funds to determine 5%
evaluated if schools adhere with the policy and standards using
pre-designed M & E and transparency tools.

SBM level of Monitor SBM Level of practice through validation of their Jan-Dec 5%
practice documents and outputs to determine areas for
validated development and possible provision of technical
assistance to improve school performance

Private Monitor and evaluate private schools through ocular May-Sep 5%


schools inspection of required documents to determine adherence
monitored to set standards as regards to permit to operate renewal
and evaluated of operation, permit for recognition, GASTPE
implementation, accreditation
CURRICULUM Conduct monitoring and evaluation of the school’s Jan-Dec 3% 3%
Localize DEVELOPMENT, implementation of the localized curriculum to provide
curriculum ENRICHMENT, and feedback to management towards continuous
implementation LOCALIZATION enhancement of the curriculum
monitored &
evaluated

LEARNING Gather result of assessment reports per least learned Jan-Dec 15%
Assessment OUTCOMES skills and analyze performance gaps to pinpoint causes 10%
results analyzed ASSESSMENT and possible interventions to close the gap.
& provided
intervention

policy Draft policy recommendations related to improving Jan-Dec 5%


drafted & learning outcome based on findings from studies and reports.
recommended

Action research RESEARCH Conduct action research on curriculum implementation, Jan-Dec 3% 3%


conducted learning area, as well as best practices in content
delivery and submit findings and recommendations for
management action and policy formulation.
TECHNICAL Assesses the situation and analyzes the needs of Jan 9%
Training ASSISTANCE schools in the district to identify the appropriate 4%
needs and relevant actions and interventions
analysis
of schools
acted

Technical Prepares and submits periodic reports on the progress March 5%


Assistance of the technical assistance being provided to the schools Aug
progress Oct
report Dec
submitted

100% 100%
HMENT REPORT
Name of Rater: OLIVER B. TALAOC, ED. D.
Position: Schools Division Superintendent
Date of Review: December 2015

PERFORMANCE Result ACTUAL RESULTS RATING SCORE


EVIDENCES Q E T
ASP - 1 1
MSP -12 12
no. of SH -25 25

Observation Report ###


Needs Analysis ###
PMCF ###

inventory of school facilities 4 5 4.5 0.225


& learning centers inventory of school facilities
& learning centers

### 1 5 5 5 0.242 TCR


### 29 4 5 4.5 SIP
### 1 5 5 5 District SIP Planning Team Repo
14.5
4.83

AIP/PPMP/SOB
liquidation report
### 29 5 4 4.5 0.45
### 100% 5 5 5 0.25 TIP Report
### 19

### 29 4 4 4 0.2

###
### 1 1 0.05

2 ###
### 2 2 0.1
-   GASTPE implementation
Updated Documentation of sch

### 0 0 1 0.03

·      Assessment Results Analy


·      Policy recommendations
### 30 5 5 5 0.6

### 1 3 3 0.15

###
0 1 1 0.05
·      TA plan and reports
·      Policy recommendations b

###
26 4 4 4 0.16

###
4 5 5 0.25

Total 2.757
inventory of school facilities
& learning centers

District SIP Planning Team Report

AIP/PPMP/SOB
liquidation report
TIP Report
-   GASTPE implementation, Accreditation
Updated Documentation of school accomplishments with stakeholders’ cooperation

·      Assessment Results Analysis Report per District and per School


·      Policy recommendations
·      TA plan and reports
·      Policy recommendations based on TA Reports
INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT & REVIEW FORM
Name of Employee: Name of Rater:
Position: Education Supervisor 1 Position: Schools Division Superintendent
Review Period: January 2016-December 2016 Date of Review: December 2016
District:
School: _______________________
MFO KRAs OBJECTIVES TIMELINE WEIGHT PERFORMAN
KRA obj QUALITY
MANAGEMENT OF Conduct periodic monitoring and evaluation and submit PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
26%
OF CURRICULUM recommendations towards enhancing the management submitted 3 recommendations
5%
IMPLEMENTATION and delivery of the basic education curriculum. 4- 80-99 schools monitored, evaluated and
submitted 3 recommendations
3- 60-79 schools monitored, evaluated and
submitted 2 recommendations
2- 40-59 schools monitored, evaluated and
submitted 1 recommendations
1- 39 and below schools monitored, evaluated
but no recommendation submitted.
Establishes together with School M&E the mechanisms, 3%
processes and tools for monitoring , curriculum
implementation and articulation (including vertical and
horizontal integration) in the schools division to gauge
adherence to standards while implementing innovations.

Submit (together with School M&E) Progress Monitoring 5% 5- 10 monthly progress monitoring report submitted
Report of Schools Division Curriculum Implementation and 4- 8-9 monthly progress monitoring report submitted
Management per Subject area. 3- 6-7 monthly progress monitoring report submitted
2- 4-5 monthly progress monitoring report submitted
1- 1-3 monthly progress monitoring report submiotted

Submit (together with School M&E ) Evaluation Results of 5% 5- 4 quarterly evaluation results submitted
Division Curriculum implementation and submit policy 4- 3 quarterly evaluation results submitted
recommendations towards improvement. 3- 2 quarterly evaluation results submitted

2- 1 quarterly evaluation results submitted

1- 0 quarterly evaluation results submiotted


3%
Conduct evaluation of Schools Division Instructional 5- 4 evaluation of Schools Division Instructional
Supervision Plan Implementation and submit policy Plan (SDIP) implementation and policy
recommendations towards process improvement. recommendations submitted
4- 3 evaluation of Schools Division Instructional
Plan (SDIP) implementation and policy
recommendations submitted
3- 2 evaluation of Schools Division Instructional
Plan (SDIP) implementation and policy
recommendations submitted
2- 1 evaluation of Schools Division Instructional
Plan (SDIP) implementation and policy
recommendations submitted
1- No evaluation of Schools Division Instructional
Plan (SDIP) implementation and policy
recommendations
2%
Prepare and implement advocacy programs and materials 5- 1 advocacy program developed and implemented;
on the basic education curriculum to enhance appreciation and 4 advocacy activities conducted
and support from stakeholders. 4- 1 advocacy program developed and implemented;
3 advocacy activities conducted
3- 1 advocacy program developed and implemented;
2 advocacy activities conducted
2- 1 advocacy program developed and implemented;
1 advocacy activities conducted
1- no advocacy program developed
prepares and submit Concept Papers and Project 3% 5- 1 Concept Paper/Project designs/proposals
designs and proposals for curriculum enhancement developed,approved, implemented and evaluated
and innovation. 4- 1 Concept Paper/Project designs/proposals
developed,approved and implemented
3- 1 Concept Paper/Project designs/proposals
developed and approved
2- 1 Concept Paper/Project designs/proposals
developed
1- No Concept Paper/Project designs/proposals
developed
CURRICULUM Prepares training designs, modules and materials to 10% 5- 1 training design, module and material to localize
DEVELOPMENT, localize, indigenize, contextualize competencies in the 3% indigenize, contextualize competencies in the
ENRICHMENT, curriculum per subject area for use of the schools curriculum for use of the schools developed

and LOCALIZATION division. 4- 1 training design and module/material to localize

, indigenize, contextualize competencies in the


curriculum for use of the schools developed
3- 1 training design to localize indigenize,
, contextualize competencies in the
curriculum for use of the schools developed
2- 1 training design developed
1- no training design developed

Establish (with School M&E) processes and tools for


2% 5- 5 M & E systems established for indigenized/
monitoring the localized and indigenized curriculum localized curriculum implementation(content,IMs
implementation to get feedback on effectiveness. ,assessment, Co-curr.activities, support system)
4- 4 M & E systems established for indigenized/
localized curriculum implementation
3- 3 M & E systems established for indigenized/
localized curriculum implementation
2- 2 M & E systems established for indigenized/
localized curriculum implementation
1- 1 M & E systems established for indigenized/
localized curriculum implementation
Submits reports and findings on curriculum innovations 2% 5- 4 reports and findings on curriculum innovations
and localization by schools division for appropriate and localization submitted
management action. 4- 3 reports and findings on curriculum innovations
and localization submitted
3- 2 reports and findings on curriculum innovations
and localization submitted
2- 1 report and finding on curriculum innovations
and localization submitted
1- 1 report and finding on curriculum innovations
and localization but not submitted.
Conduct research on Curriculum Localization to widen 3% 5- 2 researches on curriculum localization conducted
the pool of knowledge and application to the region. and implemented.
4- 1 research on curriculum localization conducted
and implemented.
3- 2 researches on curriculum localization conducted
but not implemented.
2- 1 research on curriculum localization conducted
but not implemented.
1- no research on curriculum localization conducted

LEARNING Conducts evaluation and submits recommendations on 5- 4 evaluations and recommendations on localized
10%
DELIVERY localized curriculum Delivery or Instructional strategies curriculum delivery conducted and submitted
5%
innovated by Schools Division and schools. 4- 3 evaluations and recommendations on localized

curriculum delivery conducted and submitted


3- 2 evaluations and recommendations on localized

curriculum delivery conducted and submitted

2- 1 evaluations and recommendations on localized


curriculum delivery conducted and submitted
1- no evaluation and recommendation on localized
curriculum delivery conducted and submitted
Recommends publication of effective practices on 5% 5- 4 publications of effective practices on learning
learning delivery/ instructional innovations implemented delivery/instructional innovations recommended
by the Schools Divisions and schools for learning and 4- 3 publications of effective practices on learning
adoption. delivery/instructional innovations recommended
3- 2 publications of effective practices on learning
delivery/instructional innovations recommended
2- 1 publications of effective practices on learning
delivery/instructional innovations recommended
1- no publication on effective practices on learning
delivery/instructional innovations recommended
LEARNING Lead or work as a team member to develop general 6% 5-Subject matter expertise, writing, editorial
RESOURCE and local learning resource materials in the assigned 3% expertise in the design and development of general
subject area to increase variety of learning resource to and localized learning materials provided
support the basic education curriculum 4- 3 out of 4 criteria met
3- 2 out of 4 criteria met
2- 1 out of 4 criteria met
1- no criterion met

5- 5 evaluations and quality assurance on general

Lead or work as a team member to evaluate and or 3% and local learning materials provided
quality assure general and local learning materials to 4- 4 evaluations and quality assurance on general

and local learning materials provided


uphold standards of quality learning materials.
3- 3 evaluations and quality assurance on general

and local learning materials provided


2- 2 evaluations and quality assurance on general
and local learning materials provided
1- 1 evaluation and quality assurance on general
and local learning materials provided

LEARNING Gather result of assessment reports per least learned


8% 5- 10 analysis of assessment results and least

OUTCOMES skills and analyze performance gaps to pinpoint causes


5% learned skills per subject conducted
ASSESSMENT and possible interventions to close the gap. 4- 7-9 analysis of assessment results and least
learned skills per subject conducted
3- 5-6 analysis of assessment results and least
learned skills per subject conducted
2- 2-4 analysis of assessment results and least
learned skills per subject conducted
1- 1 analysis of assessment results and least
learned skills per subject conducted

5- 2 policies recommended and implemented on


3%

improving learning outcome based on findings.


Draft policy recommendations related to improving
4- 1 policy recommended and implemented on
learning outcome based on findings from studies and reports.

improving learning outcome based on findings.

3- 2 policies drafted and recommended on

improving learning outcome based on findings.

2- 1 policy drafted and recommended on

improving learning outcome based on findings.

1- 1 policy drafted but not recommended

SPECIAL Conducts monitoring of curricular support activities and 5- 10 monitoring and evaluation of curricular activities conducted
6%
CURRICULAR submits evaluation reports for appropriate management 3%
PROGRAMS AND action. 4- 9 monitoring and evaluation of curricular
AND SUPPORT activities conducted
ACTIVITIES 3- 8 monitoring and evaluation of curricular
activities conducted
2- 7monitoring and evaluation of curricular
activities conducted
1- 6 below monitoring and evaluation of curricular
activities conducted
3% 5- 2 policies recommended and implemented on
curricular support activities for regional adoption
Drafts policy recommendations on curricular support 4- 1 policy recommended and implemented on
activities for regional adoption. curricular support activities for regional adoption
3- 2 policy recommended on curricular support
activities for division adoption
2- 1 policy recommended on curricular support
activities for division adoption
1- no policy recommended on curricular support
activities for division adoption
RESEARCH Conduct action research on curriculum implementation, 5% 5- 1 action researches conducted, findings
learning area, as well as best practices in content 5% submitted and recommended for policy.
delivery and submit findings and recommendations for 4- 1 action research conducted
management action and policy formulation.
3- submitted an action research proposal

2- submitted a plan for research

1- no action research conducted and no findings


submitted.
TECHNICAL  Assesses the situation and analyzes the needs of 5% 5- 1 TA plan prepared based on needs of assigned
ASSISTANCE assigned schools divisions to identify the appropriate 2% schools districts, implemented and 4 reports submitted
and relevant actions and interventions for TA plans. 4- 1 TA plan prepared based on needs of assigned
schools districts, implemented and 3 reports submitted
3- 1 TA plan prepared based on needs of assigned
schools districts, implemented and 2 reports submitted
2- 1 TA plan prepared based on needs of assigned
schools districts, implemented and 1 report submitted
1- 1 TA plan prepared based on needs of assigned
schools districts, implemented and no report submitted

Coach the school (through the PSDS) in implementing


3% 5-100% of schools coached in implementing
interventions related to curriculum implementation and interventions on curriculum implementation and
instructional delivery. instructional delivery in assigned districts.
4-86%-99% of schools coached in implementing
interventions on curriculum implementation and

instructional delivery in assigned districts.

3-75%-85% of schools coached in implementing


interventions on curriculum implementation and
instructional delivery in assigned districts.
2-65%-74% of schools coached in implementing
interventions on curriculum implementation and
instructional delivery in assigned districts.
1-64% & below of schools coached in implementing
interventions on curriculum implementation and
instructional delivery in assigned districts.
Special Assignment 24% 5 prepared and submitted 4 reports on TA
Prepares and submits reports on the results of technical 4% 4 Prepared and submitted 3 reports on TA
assistance and corresponding policy recommendations 3 Prepared and submitted 2 reports on TA
for management ‘s consideration. 2 prepared and submitted 1 report on TA
1 no reports submitted

5- 100% of ALS program's implementation monitored & supervised


ALS Monitors and supervises ALS programs 5%
4- 80%-99% of ALS program's implementation monitored & supervised

3- 60%-79% of ALS program's implementation monitored & supervised

2- 40%-59% of ALS program's implementation monitored & supervised


1- 39% & below of ALS program's implementation monitored &
supervised
IPED Monitors and supervises IPED programs 5% 5- 100% of IPED program's implementation monitored & supervised
4- 80%-99% of IPED program's implementation monitored & supervised

3- 60%-79% of IPED program's implementation monitored & supervised

2- 40%-59% of IPED program's implementation monitored & supervised


1- 39% & below of IPED program's implementation monitored &
supervised
Division Testing leads in the administration of testing programs 5%
Coordinator in the division 5 100% of testing programs administered
4- 80%-99% of testing programs administered
3- 60%-79% of testing programs administered
2- 40%-59% of testing programs administered
1- 39% & below of testing programs administered
BAC Participates in all BAC meetings & proceedings. 5% 5-100% 0f BACmeetings & proceedings participated
4-80%-99% 0f BACmeetings & proceedings participated
3-60%-79% 0f BACmeetings & proceedings participated
2-40%-59% 0f BACmeetings & proceedings participated
1-39% & below 0f BACmeetings & proceedings participated
100% 100% Total

Prepared by: Rater

Education Program Supervisor 1 OIC- Assistant Schools Division Superintendent


MMITMENT & REVIEW FORM

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS ACTUAL RESULTS RATING SCORE


EFFICIENCY TIMELINESS Q E T
5 monitored 10 schools in a month 5- Schools monitored, evaluated & recommendations

4 monitored 8-9 schools in a month submitted at the end of the quarter

3 monitored 6-7 schools in a month 4- Schools monitored, evaluated & recommendations


2 monitored 4-5 schools in a month submitted at the end of semester
1 moniotred 3 and below schools in month 3- Schools monitored, evaluated & recommendations
submitted at the end of the school year
2- Schools monitored, evaluated & recommendations
submitted 1-2 weeks after the end of school year
1- Schools monitored, evaluated & recommendations
submitted 1 month after the end of school year
5- 5 M & E systems established for curriculum 5
implementation(content,IMs,assessment,
Co-curr.activities, support system)
4- 4 M & E systems established for curriculum
implementation
3- 3 M & E systems established for curriculum
implementation
2- 2 M & E systems established for curriculum
implementation
1- 1 M & E systems established for curriculum
implementation
5 checked classroom observations per learning 5 Checked CO and submiited one day before due date
area to at least 15 or 3% of the total no of 4 Chaecked CO and submiited on scheduled date
schools in a month 3. Checked CO and submiited a day after the due date
4 checked classroom observations per learning 2. Checked CO and submitted two days after the due date
area to at least 10 or 2% of the total no of 1 checked Co and submitted three or more days after due date
schools in a month
3 checked classroom observations per learning
area to at least 5 or 1% of the total no of
schools in a month
2 checked classroom observations per learning
area to at least 3 classroom Observations
in a month
1 checked classroom observations per learning
area to at least 2 and below classroom Observations
in a month
5 submitted 5 DIMES in the surrogate district in a 5. submitted 2 days before the end of the month
month 4. submitted end of the month
4 submitted 4 DIMES in the surrogate district in a 3. submitted a day after the end of the month
3 submitted 3 DIMES in the surrogate district in a 2 submited two days beofre the end of the month
2 submitted 2 DIMES in the surrogate district in a 1 submitted three days before the end of the month
1 submitted 3 and below DIMES in the surrogate
district in a month

5 evaluated 5 schools on their Instructional 5 evaluated 2 days befrore the end of the month
supervisory plan implementation 4 evaluated at the end of the month
4 evaluated 4 schools on their Instructional 3 evaluated 2 days after the end of the month
supervisory plan implementation 2 evaluated 3 days befrore the end of the month
3 evaluated 3 schools on their Instructional 1 evaluated 4 days or more at the end of the month
supervisory plan implementation
2 evaluated 2 schools on their Instructional
supervisory plan implementation
1 evaluated 1 schools on their Instructional
supervisory plan implementation
5-Advocacy program developed 5 days
before implementation
4-Advocacy program developed during
implementation
3-Advocacy program developed 1 week after
implementation
2-Advocacy program developed 2 weeks after
implementation
1-no advocacy program developed
5- Concept Paper/Project designs/proposals developed
approved, implemented 1-5 days ahead of schedule
4- Concept Paper/Project designs/proposals developed
approved, implemented on scheduled date
3- Concept Paper/Project designs/proposals developed
approved, implemented 1-3 days late
2- Concept Paper/Project designs/proposals developed
approved, implemented 4-7 days late
1- Concept Paper/Project designs/proposals developed
approved, implemented 1-2 weeks late
5. Developed with in one day 5 developed a week before the scheduled date
4. developed within two days 4. developed on scheduled dates

3. developed within three days 3. developed 1 to 3 days late

2. developed within four days 2. Developed 4 to 7 days

1 developed within five or more days 1. developed more than late


5 prepared systems within three days 5 systems established a week before the scheduled dates
4 prepared systems within four days 4. established on a scheduled dates
3. prepared systems within five day 3. established a week after the scheduled dates
2 prepared systems within six working days 2. established 2 weeks before the scheduled dates
1 prepared systems witnin 10 working days 1. established 3 weeks or more after the scheduled dates

5 prepared reports within two days 5. Submitted a week before the schedules dates
4 prepared reports within three to five days 4. Submitted on the scheduled dates
3 prepared reports within six to eight working days 3. Submitted 1-3 days late
2 prepared reports within nine to ten working days 2. Submitted 4-5 days late
1 prepared eleven or more working days 1. Submitted 1 to 2 weeks late

5 prepared action research in one week 5. Conducted and implemented action research on
4 prepared action research within 8- 10 days a scheduled dates
3 prepared action research within 11-12 days 4. Conducted and implemented 1-2 weeks after the
2 prepared action research within 13-14 days scheduled dates
1 prepared action research within 15 or more days 3. Conducted and implemented 3-4 weeks after the
the scheduled dates
2. Conducted and implemented 1 to 2 months after
the scheduled dates
1. Conducted and implemented 3 or more months after
the scheduled dates

5. Conducted, evaluated and submiited a week before the scheduled dates

4. Conducted, evaluated and submitted on a scheduled dates

3. Conducted, evaluated and submitted 1-3 days after the scheduled dates

2. Conducted, evaluated and submitted 4-5 days after the


scheduled dates
1. Conducted, evaluated and submitted 2 weeks or more after the scheduled
dates/deadline

5. Recommended before the end of the semester


4. Recommended during semestral break
3. recommended one week after the semestral break
2. Recommended two weeks after the semestral break
1. Recommended three weeks or more after the semestral
break

5 organized a team of writers a week before semestral break


4. oragnized a team of writers during the semestral break
3 Organized a team of writers 3 days after the semestral break
2 Organized a tema of writers 4-5 days afterr the semestral break

1 organized a team of writers 6 otr more after the semestral break

5 evaluated 5 learning materials yearly 5 evaluated learning materials a week before the end of the school year

4 evaluated 4 learning materials yeary 4 evaluated learning materials a the end of the school year
3 evaluated 3 learning materials yeary 3 evaluated learning materials a week after the end of the school year
2 evaluated earning materials two weeks after the end of the school
2 evaluated 2 learning materials yeary
year
1 evaluated learning materials three weeks after the end of the school
1 evaluated 1 learning materials yeary
year

5 gathered and analyzed results with in a week

4 gathrered and analyzed results with in 8-10 days


3 gahtered and analyzed results within 11-12 days
2 gathered and analyzed results within 13-14 days
1 gathered and analyzed results within 15 or more days

5 prepared 5 memoranda on policy implementation

annually
4 prepared 4 memoranda on policy implem

annualy

3 prepred 3 memoranda on policy implem

annually

2 prepared 2 memoranda on policy implem

annually
1 prepared 1 memorandum on policy implem annually
5 submitted a before the year ends
4submitted at the end of the end of the year
3 submitted a week after the end of the year
2 submitted two weeks after the end of the year
1 submitted three or more weeks after the end of the yr

5 submitted TA plan a week before the due date


4 submitted TA plan on the due date
3 submitted the TA plan a week after the due date
2 submitted the TA plan two weeks after the due date
1 submitted the TA plan three weeks or more after the due date

5 Provided TA to all schools in the surrogate a week before the end of


the year
4 provided TA to all schools in the surrogate at the end of the year
3 Provided TA to all schools a month after the end of the year
2 Provided TA to all schools two months after the end of the year

1 provided TA to all schools three months or more after the end of the
year
5 Prepared and submitted a week before the end of the quarter
4 prepared and submitted within the quarter
3 prepared and submitted a week after the quarter
2 prepared and submitted 2 weeks after the uarter
1 prepared and submitted 3 or more weeks after the quarter
Approving Authority

OIC- Schools Division Superintendent