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PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL SYSTEM FOR SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS (PASSA)

What the Rate

This Performance Appraisal System (PAS) for school administrator is a self-rating tool. It is composed of three major components (with weight assignments in parenthesis) as follows: I-Occupational Competence (79%), II-Professional and personal Characteristics (20%) and III-Punctually and Attendance (10%).

How to rate

Read each item carefully and rate yourself according the specified performance indicators. Check (√) the column corresponding to your level of performance in the accompanying Summary Rating Sheet (SRS) – PAS Form B-2 For example, in item no. 1 a, Prepares school year instructional supervisory plan. . ‘If all indicators were met without revision and submitted before due date, check under column 10. Do the same for the rest of the items. Enter your score under RATING.

How to Compute Rating

After Rating yourself in the three major components, add all your ratings (r) for each component (c) and divide the sum by total number of items rated (NI), and multiply by the weight (w) assigned the component (Ex. / NI x W = RC, or rating for component I). Do the same for components II and III. Get the total ratings for the three components.

The Final PAS Rating

What you did is your self-appraisal. Your over-all rating, which is the sum of all the ratings for three components including the plus factor, if there is any will be reviewed by your immediate supervisor/rater, who will in turn recommend it for approval by the Schools Division superintendent.

I. OCCUPATIONAL COMPETENCE (70%)

A. Instructional Supervision

1. Prepares school year instructional supervisory plan

Instructional supervisory plan prepared was characterized by:

a. plan was needs-based
b. objectives were attainable
c. strategies were well-defined
d. plan was developed with teachers
e. monitoring and evaluation scheme was defined in the plan

All indicators were met without any revision and submitted ahead of schedule10 All indicators were met with minor revision and submitted ahead of schedule8 All indicators were met with minor revision and submitted on schedule6 All indicators were met with major revision and submitted behind schedule4 Less than (4) indicators were met with major revision and submitted behind schedule2

2. Implements the instruction supervisory plan

Plan was implement when:

a. teacher were oriented on the implement of the plan
b. plan was prepared for each teacher
c. regular classroom observations were conducted
d. feedback on observations made was provided
e. needs were addressed
All indicators were met 10
5 indicators were met8
4 indicators were met6
3 indicators were met4
Any 1 or 2 indicators were met:2

B. Development / Student Development

1. Pupil /Student Development

a. Increased school MPS by 2% over the previous year
Exceed target by more than 2%10
Exceed target by 2% or less8
Target attained 6
Decreased target by 2% or less 4
Decreased target by more than 2%2

b. Decreased drop-out rate by 2% or maintained for those have zero dropout

Decreased target rate by more than 2%10
Decreased target by 2%8
Attained target6
Increased target by 2%4
Increased by more than 2%2

c. Increased participation rate by 2%

Exceeded target rate by more than 2%10
Exceeded target by 2%8
Target attained 6
Decreased by 2% or less 4
Decreased by more than 2%2

d. Increased survival rate by 2%

Exceeded target by more than 2%10
Exceeded target by 2% or less8
Target attained 6
Decreased by 2% or less4
Decreased by more than 2%2

e. Increased retention rate by 2%

Exceeded target rate by more than 2%10...
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