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PART IV: DEVELOPMENT PLANS

Strengths Development Needs Action Plan Timeline Resources Needed


(Recommended Developmental
Intervention

A. Functional Competencies
Objective: 1 KRA: 1 (Content
Knowledge and Pedagogy)
Applied knowledge of content
within and across curriculum
teaching areas
Objective: 2 KRA: 1 (Content *Learn other teaching strategies Year-round Learning and development team,
Knowledge and Pedagogy) that will help motivate students Principal, Master Teachers, Local
Used a range of teaching in developing their literacy and Funds
strategies that enhance learner numeracy skills
achievement in literacy and *coaching and mentoring
numeracy skills *Attend seminars
Objective: 3 KRA: 1 (Content  *Adopt additional effective Year round Learning and development team,
Knowledge and Pedagogy) teaching strategies that can Principal, Master Teachers, Local
Applied a range of teaching trigger the critical and creative funds
strategies to develop critical and thinking of the students.

creative thinking, as well as other *Coaching and mentoring
higher-order thinking skills.  * Attend seminars within the
locality
Objective: 1 KRA: 2 (Learning
Environment and Diversity of
Learners)
Managed classroom structure to
engage learners, individually or in
groups, in meaningful exploration,
discovery and hands-on activities
within a range of physical learning
environments.
Objective: 2 KRA: 2 (Learning
Environment and Diversity of
Learners)
Managed learner behavior
constructively by applying positive
and non-violent discipline to ensure
learning-focused environments.

Objective: 3 KRA: 2 (Learning *Study different means Year-round Guidance Counselor, Principal,
Environment and Diversity of in addressing gender Master Teachers, Parents,
Learners) equality Students
Used differentiated *attend trainings and
developmentally appropriate seminars
learning experiences to address *coaching and mentoring
learner’s gender, needs, *Student profiling
strengths, interests and
experiences.
Objective: 1 KRA: 3 (Curriculum *Coaching and Curriculum Guide, Teaching
and Planning) mentoring Year-round Guide
Planned, managed and *Attend seminars
implemented developmentally
sequenced teaching and learning
processes to meet curriculum
requirements and varied
teaching contexts.
Objective: 2 KRA: 3 (Curriculum and
Planning)
Participated in collegial discussions
that use teacher and learner
feedback to enrich teaching
experience
Objective: 3 KRA: 3 (Curriculum and
Planning)
Selected, developed, organized and
used appropriate teaching and
learning resources, including ICT, to
address learning goals.
Objective: 1 KRA: 4 (Assessment and
Reporting)
Designed, selected, organized and
used diagnostic, formative and
summative assessment strategies
consistent with curriculum
requirements.
Objective: 2 KRA: 4 (Assessment and
Reporting)
Monitored and evaluated learner
progress and achievement using
learner attainment data.
Objective: 3 KRA: 4 (Assessment and
Reporting)
Communicated promptly and clearly
the learners needs, progress and
achievement to stakeholders,
including parents/guardians
Objective: 1 KRA: 5 (Plus Factor)
Performed various related
works/activities that contribute to
the teaching-learning process
B. Core Behavioral Competencies
Self-management
Professionalism and Ethics
Result Focus Applying new learning through Year round Learning and development team,
attending seminars Principal, Master Teachers, Local
Learning Action Cell funds
Teamwork
Service Orientation
Innovation Applying new learning through Year round Learning and development team,
attending seminars Principal, Master Teachers, Local
Learning Action Cell funds
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JEAN M. HORTELANO ALLYN B. MALAZARTE EDSEL M. URSAL- Principal II


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