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2019 DepEd Teacher Induction Program (TIP)




What is Teacher Induction Program (TIP)

  • an institutionalized continuing professional development program
  • designed to provide a systematic and comprehensive support system
  • for newly hired teachers
  • in order to seamlessly immerse them
  • in the teaching profession
  • in the public school system

Objectives of Teacher Induction Program (TIP) :

  • discuss the nature, mechanics and processes of the Teacher Induction Program (TIP)
  • show appreciation of, support and advocacy to TIP;
  • develop a monitoring and evaluation (M& E) tool and mechanism to ensure the implementation of the TIP; and
  • formulate an action plan for the implementation of the TIP and PPST.

Who are considered Newly-Hired Teachers

  • Permanent teachers with 0 to 3 years with DepED

Benefits of Teacher Induction Program (TIP)

  • strong commitment of teachers
  • retention of teachers in the profession
  • keeping students on task
  • using effective student questioning practices
  • maintaining students’ interests
  • establishing a positive classroom atmosphere
  • demonstrating successful classroom management

Key Implementers of Teacher Induction Program (TIP)

  • Division TIP Management Team
  • Education Program Supervisors
  • District Supervisors
  • Education Program Specialists
  • School Heads
  • Department Heads
  • Master Teachers
  • Mentors/Coaches

Scope of Teacher Induction Program (TIP)

Six Common Topics

  • Module 1 – The Department of Education
  • Module 2 – The Filipino Teacher
  • Module 3 – The K to 12 Curriculum
  • Module 4 – The Teaching Process
  • Module 5 – The Learning Process
  • Module 6 – The School & Community Linkages

Teacher Induction Program (TIP) Key Stage Topics

K to Grade 3

  • The Nature of the K to 3 Learners
  • Early Language Literacy and Numeracy (ELLN)
  • Early Grade Reading Assessment (EGRA)
  • Early Grade Math Assessment (EGMA)
  • MTB-MLE
  • Domain of Literacy – Emergent Literacy
  • Explicit Teaching
  • Flexible Options for K to 3
  • ALS for K to 3

Grades 4 to 6

  • The Nature of the Grades 4 to 6 Learners
  • Curriculum, Curricular Goals, Assessment and Interventions
  • The Learning Delivery
  • The Learning Resources
  • Flexible Options for Grades 4 to 6
  • ALS Equivalency for Grades 4 to 6

Junior High School (7 to 10)

  • The Nature of the JHS Learners
  • Curriculum, Curricular Goals, Assessment and Interventions
  • The Learning Delivery
  • The Learning Resources
  • Flexible Options for Grades 7 to 10
  • ALS Equivalency for Grades 7 to 10

Senior High School (11 to 12)

  • The Nature of the SHS Learners
  • Curriculum, Curricular Goals, Assessment and Interventions
  • The Learning Delivery
  • The Learning Resources
  • Flexible Options for Grades 11 to 12
  • ALS Equivalency for Grades 11 to 12

Teacher Induction Program Activities

Activities:

  • Use modules (6)
  • Formal INSETs
  • Self-directed learning
  • Job embedded learning
  • Mentoring
  • Differentiated Supervision
  • SLAC Sessions
  • Other INSET activities

Modalities:




  • Face-to-face
  • On-line
  • Blended learning
  • Other related modalities

Teacher Induction Program Implementation

YearQuarterModules / Recommended Activities
1FirstModule 1 and 2 & Key Stage Topics, Differentiated Supervision, Mentoring, 1 Formal Classroom Observation & One (1) Formal Classroom Observation
(Revalida & Portfolio Assessment)
SecondModule 3 and 4 & Key Stage Topics, Differentiated Supervision, Mentoring, 1 Formal Classroom Observation & One (1) Formal Classroom Observation
(Revalida & Portfolio Assessment)
ThirdModule 5 and 6 & Key Stage Topics, Differentiated Supervision, Mentoring, 1 Formal Classroom Observation & One (1) Formal Classroom Observation
(Revalida & Portfolio Assessment)
FourthMentoring, Differentiated Supervision, One (1) Formal Classroom Observation
Evaluation of the newly hired for Year 1
(Portfolio Assessment)
2FirstMentoring, Differentiated Supervision, One (1) Formal Classroom Observation
Evaluation of the newly hired for Year 1
(Portfolio Assessment)
SecondMentoring, Differentiated Supervision, One (1) Formal Classroom Observation
Evaluation of the newly hired for Year 1
(Portfolio Assessment)
Third-
FourthMentoring, Differentiated Supervision, One (1) Formal Classroom Observation
Evaluation of the newly hired for Year 1
(Portfolio Assessment)
3FirstMentoring
One (1) Formal Classroom Observation
Portfolio Assessment
SecondMentoring
One (1) Formal Classroom Observation
Portfolio Assessment

NOTES:

  • YEAR 1 – Mentoring and differentiated supervision must be employed AT LEAST TWICE IN A QUARTER
  • YEAR 2 – Mentoring and differentiated supervision must be employed AT LEAST ONCE IN EVERY QUARTER
  • YEAR 3 – Differentiated supervision may still be employed on the third year

Teacher Induction Program Monitoring & Evaluation

Key PlayersRoles & FunctionsMeans of Verification (MOVs)
EPS of M&E EPS Leads in the M & E of TIP
Develops M & E tool for TIP
Prepares and presents TIP accomplishment reports to stakeholders
M & E Tool for TIP
Accomplishment Reports (Quarterly, Semestral & Annual)
EPSvrsPrepare TIP supervisory plan
Monitor TIP implementation
Prepare reports of accomplishments and feedback, validates TIP inductees’ accomplishments
TIP Supervisory Plan
TIP Supervisory Accomplishment Reports
EPSsAssist EPSvrs in consolidating and processing TIP accomplishment reports TIP Supervisory Accomplishment Reports
District SupervisorsPrepare TIP supervisory plan
Monitor TIP implementation
Prepare reports of accomplishments and feedback
Validates TIP inductees’ accomplishments
TIP Supervisory Plan
TIP Supervisory Accomplishment Reports
School HeadsInclude TIP in SIP, AIP & WFP
Prepares TIP Action Plan
Mentors/coaches
Prepares TIP accomplishment reports
SIP, AIP, WFP, TIP Action Plan
School-based TIP Accomplishment Reports

Portfolio of Inductees: Documenting TIP Activities and Accomplishments

  • Can be in any form:
    • Hard Copy (Computer Generated or Handwritten or Both
    • Soft Copy (Word, Powerpoint, Excel, Videos)
    • Combination of Soft & Hard Copy and properly labeled
  • Contents
    • Cover Page
    • Biographical Sketch or Resume of the Inductee
    • Appointment
    • Position Description Form
    • Reflections as a Neophyte or Newly Hired Teacher with a Statement of Commitment to finish the TIP
    • Self-Monitoring Form for TIP Accomplishment of Activities
    • TIP Outputs / Accomplished Activities

READ: Updated DepEd Teacher Induction Program Policy




Inductee’s Self- Monitoring Tool

DateModule No. (TIP Topic / Activity Accomplished)Modality / StrategyMentor / Coach / Support GroupTechnical Assistance Provided by M/C/SGSignature of Mentor/Coach / Support Group
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Validating Inductee’s Teacher Induction Program Accomplishments

Tool 1 – Analytical Rubric for Learnings

Indicators/Criteria5 – Excellent4 – Very Satisfactory3 - Satisfactory4 - Fair1 - Poor
CompletenessCompleted all activitiesOne activity was not completedTwo activities were not completedThree activities were not completedAt least four activities were not completed
Relevance All answers were relevantMost answers are relevantSome answers were relevantAlmost all answers were irrelevantAll answers were irrelevant
ReflectionAll reflections were related to the actual teaching practices and issuesMost of the reflections were related to the actual teaching practices and issuesSome reflections were related to the actual teaching practices and issuesAlmost all reflections were not related to actual teaching practices and issuesAll reflections were not related.
Revalida (Face-to-face interview)Shows mastery of the topicsShows mastery of most of the topicsShows mastery of some of the topicsShows non-mastery of most of the topicsNo mastery of the all the topics

Tool 2 – Analytic Rubric for Evaluating Portfolio of Newly Hired Teachers

Indicators/Criteria5 - Excellent4 - Very Satisfactory3 - Satisfactory4 - Fair1 - Poor
Relevance to the TIP Topics / ActivitiesAll outputs/activities are related to the context of the teacherMost of the outputs/activities are related to the context of the teacherSome of the outputs are related to the context of the teacherMost of the outputs/activities are not relatedNone of the outputs/activities are relevant
Application to School & Classroom ContextAll have evidences of actual applicationMost have evidencesSome have evidencesMost are not applied in the real teaching-learning environment and situationNone is applied..
ProficiencyAll outputs manifest teacher’s high proficiencyMost outputs manifests teacher’s proficiency Some of the outputs manifest teacher’s proficiencyMost of the outputs manifest teacher’s lack of proficiencyAll of the outputs manifest teacher’s lack of proficiency.
Innovation, Creativity & ResourcefulnessAll outputs are original and manifests creativity and resourcefulnessMost outputs are original and manifests creativity and resourcefulnessSome outputs are original and manifests creativity and resourcefulnessMost outputs are not originalAll outputs are not original

Describing Inductee’s Outputs / Performance

  • 1.00 – 1.49 (Poor)
  • 1.50 – 2.49 (Fair)
  • 2.50 – 3.49 (Satisfactory)
  • 3.50 – 4.49 (Very Satisfactory)
  • 4.50 – 5.00 (Excellent)

(Note: Teacher-inductees whose outputs are rated Poor, Fair and Satisfactory shall undergo further extensive supervision, mentoring and coaching.)

…And OTHERS

  • TIP to be included in the DEDP, SIP and AIP
  • TIP to be included in supervisory plans, M&E activities
  • Alignment of professional development programs with existing DepED Programs
  • Certificate of Completion shall be awarded to the newly hired teachers after (SATISFACTORILY) completing the cycle of TIP during a Completion Ceremony spearheaded by the division office or district office

What’s Next…?




  • Division Training on Mentoring, Coaching and Differentiated Supervision
  • TIP Convergence of Division TIP Management Team and TIP Key Players
  • Research on TIP (impact on teacher performance and student achievement, status of implementation?

Watch Out…! (Personnel Officer)

  • Keep track of newly hired teachers anytime of the year
  • Keep a record
  • Report to Division TIP Trainer for TIP Orientation

DOWNLOAD: DepEd Teacher Induction Program Modules 1-6



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