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Classroom Observation Tools-RPMS for Proficient Teachers (Teacher I-III)

Attached herewith are COT-RPMS for Proficient Teachers (Teacher I-III) in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic.

For Proficient Teachers, there are nine (9) classroom observable objectives. The performance indicators of these objectives are identified for Quality.

Objectives 1, 3, 4, 5, and 6 require means of verification (MOV) from a classroom observation. While Objectives 7, 8, 9, and 10 have SET A and SET B options that require MOV from either a classroom observation, provision of supplemental material/s, or accomplishment of a Teacher Reflection Form (TRF) depending on the context of the teacher.

COT-RPMS for Proficient Teachers (Teacher I-III)

Appendix-3A-COT-RPMS-for-T-I-III-SY-2021-2022-in-the-time-of-COVID-19

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8 thoughts on “Classroom Observation Tools-RPMS for Proficient Teachers (Teacher I-III)”

  1. Please send me a sample lesson plan indicating the indicator. What did the observer look at in our lesson plan in each indicator. Please provide some samples. Thanks, sir! and God Bless!

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  2. Thank you so much Sir! More power and God bless you always. Can I ask for a copy of this in excel format? Thank you in advance…..

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