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IPCRFs for Teacher I – III




Individual Performance Commitment and Review Form (IPCRFs) for Teacher I – III

POSITION AND COMPETENCY PROFILE

Teacher I
Salary Grade 10
Reports to: Principal/School Heads

Qualification Standards:

A. CSC Prescribed Qualifications

Education – Bachelor of Elementary/Secondary/Early Childhood Education or Bachelor’s degree plus 18 professional unit in edcation
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
Eligibility – PBET/LET Passers
Trainings – In-service training




Teacher II
Salary Grade 11
Reports to: Principal/School Heads

Qualification Standards:

A. CSC Prescribed Qualifications

Education – Bachelor of Elementary/Secondary/Early Childhood Education plus 18 professional unit in education
Experience – 1 year of relevant experience
Eligibility – RA 1080
Trainings – None required




B. Preferred Qualifications

Education – BSE/BSEEd/College Graduate with education units (18-21), MA units or 18 units
Eligibility – PBET/LET Passers
Trainings – In-service training

Teacher III
Salary Grade 12
Reports to: Principal/School Heads

Qualification Standards:

A. CSC Prescribed Qualifications

Education – Bachelor of Elementary/Secondary/Early Childhood Education plus 18 professional unit in education
Experience – 2 years of relevant experience
Eligibility – RA 1080
Trainings – None required

B. Preferred Qualifications

Education – BSE/BSEEd/College Graduate with education units (18-21), MA or Completed academic requirement
Eligibility – PBET/LET Passers
Trainings – In-service training

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Teaches or more grades/levels using appropriate and innovative teaching strategies
  2. Facilitates learning in the elementary/secondary schools through functional lesson plans (for new teachers up to 3 years) Daily Log (for teachers teaching 4 years and above) of activities and appropriate, adequate and updated instructional materials
  3. Monitors and evaluates pupils/students’ progress
  4. Undertakes activities to improve performance indicators
  5. Maintains updated pupils/students progress regularly
  6. Supervises curricular and co-curricular projects and activities
  7. Maintains updated pupil/student school records
  8. Counsels and guides pupils/students
  9. Supports activities of governmental and non-governmental organizations
  10. Conducts Action Plan
  11. Maintains Daily Routine (classroom cleanliness, classroom management, overall physical classroom atmosphere
  12. Maintains harmonious relationship with fellow teachers and other school personnel as well as with parents and other stakeholders
  13. Does related work

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Major Final Outputs (MFOs)Key Result Areas (KRAs)ObjectivesOutputs
Teaching-Learning Process• Prepared lesson plans and daily logs of activities including appropriate, adequate and updated instructional materials

• Facilitated learning in the elementary and secondary schools through functional lessons plans, daily logs and innovative teaching strategies

• Initiated discipline of students including classroom rules, guidelines and individual and group tasks

• Monitored attendance, diversity appreciation, safe, positive and motivating environment, overall physical atmosphere, cleanliness and orderliness of classrooms including proper waste disposal.
• Daily Lesson Plan and Instructional materials

• Functional lesson plans, daily logs, teaching strategies

• Class Rules and well-behaved pupils

• Positive/productive/safe learning environment
Pupils/Students Outcomes• Monitored and evaluated and maintained pupils/ students’ progress

• Conducted remediation/enrichment programs to improve performance indicators

• Maintained updated pupils/students’ school records

• Attained the required GSA for grade level and learning areas
• Complete and accurate class record

• Remediation/enrichment programs conducted

• Updated pupils/students’ school records

• Students’ mastery of the required learning ompetencies per grade level
Community Involvement• Conducted regular/periodic PTA meetings/conferences

• Visited parents of students needing academic monitoring/follow-up

• Undertaken/initiated projects/events/activities with external funding/sponsorship
• PTA meetings/conferences organized

• Academic monitoring/follow-up

• Projects/events/activities initiated/undertaken
Professional Growth and Development• Conducted Action Research

• Participated in activities such as teachers’ association, etc.

• Produced publications/creative work for school paper/division publication

• Received special awards/citation/recognition for exemplary performance
• Action research

• Professional membership and/or community linkages

• Published work

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Individual Performance Commitment and Review Form (IPCRFs) for Teacher I - III

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