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DepEd Kindergarten Homeroom Guidance Learner’s Development Assessment

Attached is Kindergarten Homeroom Guidance Learner’s Development Assessment of DepEd Memorandum DM-OUCI-2021-346 from the Office of the Undersecretary for Curriculum and Instruction, dated August 25, 2021, announcing the Revised Implementation of Homeroom Guidance (HG) During Crisis Situation for School Year 2021-2022.

Other details relative to the implementation of Homeroom Guidance Program can be read here.

Kindergarten Homeroom Guidance Learner’s Development Assessment for School Year 2021-2022

To the class adviser: Check the box to indicate your assessment guided by the scale below.

0 – No Chance to Observe
1 – Needs Improvement
2 – Developing
3 – Sufficiently Developed
4 – Developed and Commendable


1st Quarter

At the end of the quarter, the student can now:
Value oneself
Value others
Respect individual differences
Gain understanding of oneself and others

2nd Quarter

Provide proper steps toward responsible decision-making
Evaluate experiences in decision-making towards achieving common good

3rd Quarter

Apply effective ways of protecting oneself and others
Share skills helpful to solve problems
Describe the chosen field

4th Quarter

Participate in school activities relevant to the needs of the community
Engage oneself in meaningful programs and initiatives for the common good
Strengthen self-empowerment to respond to the needs of the community
Respond to personal and social needs that can contribute to the promotion of international standards
State steps to fulfill the goal in life

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