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Anatomy of the RPMS Portfolio




This is a visual representation of the most common Means of Verification (MOV) that need to be included In the RPMS Portfolio. Please refer to your RPMS Tools for Teachers and Master Teachers for a more detailed description.

Anatomy of the RPMS Portfolio
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RPMS Portfolio for Teacher I-III

OBJECTIVE 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9,10

Classroom Observation Rating Sheets each supported by any 1 of the following:

  • Instructional Materials
  • Lesson Plan
  • Performance Task/Test Materials

OBJECTIVE 8

  • Participated in LACs/FGDs meetings as evidently shown in the following MOV
  • Personal Notes
  • Minutes of the Meeting

OBJECTIVE 11

  • A combination of the acceptable MOV
  • Compilation of Learners’ Work
  • Lesson Plan
  • Assessment Tools with TOS
  • Class Record/Grading Sheets

OBJECTIVE 12

  • A combination of at least of the acceptable MOV
  • Corrected Test Papers
  • Anecdotal Records
  • Minutes of the Meeting
  • Report Cards

RPMS Portfolio for Master Teacher I-IV

OBJECTIVE 1,3,4,5,7

Classroom Obeservation Rating Sheets each supported by any 1 of the following MOV:




  • Instructional Materials
  • Lesson Plan
  • Performance Task/Test Materials

OBJECTIVE 2

  • Copy or research proposal &
  • Proof of participation and/or contribution to a collaborative research
  • Certified completed collaborative research
  • Proof of dissemination of research findings
  • Proof of utilization of research findings

OBJECTIVE 6

  • Minutes (Meeting/LAC/FGD)
  • Lesson Plan
  • Instructional Materials

OBJECTIVE 8

  • Implemented LAC Plan

OBJECTIVE 9

  • Annecdotal Records
  • Record of Dialogue/PTC
  • Other MOV
  • Sample agreement for learners at risk
  • Attendance sheet
  • Report Cards

OBJECTIVE 12

  • Test Results
  • Rubric

UNDERSTANDING THE RPMS TOOL AND ITS MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)

UNDERSTANDING THE RPMS TOOL AND ITS MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)
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The RPMS provides the list of Means of Verification (MOVs) that can prove the teacher’s attainment of objectives. These have been judiciously selected to show evidence of attainment of objectives. Teachers gather, select, organize and annotate MOV to help Raters in assessing their performance.

MOVs include classroom observation tool (COT) rating sheet and/or inter-observer agreement form, lesson plans/modified daily lesson logs (DLLs), instructional materials, formative and summative assessment tools, compilations of student outputs, certificates of attendance to professional development activities like graduate studies, seminars, forums, and/or learning action cells, and evidence showing the conduct of collaborative activities with parents/colleagues/other stakeholders.




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