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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
NATIONAL EDUCATORS ACADEMY OF THE PHILIPPINES
SCHOOL HEADS’ DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM: FOUNDATIONAL COURSE

School Head’s Application Project Implementation Paper

The School Head’s Application Project is a requirement for a Certificate of Completion in


the Foundational Course of the School Heads Development Program.

The Project requires the participant to identify a specific area of school operations
that require improvement and that will deliver the best impact on school measures
in three (3) to six (6) months. The choice of project will be derived from the three
priority concerns he/she identified in the Concept Note he/she submitted at the
start of the Foundational Course. Project Results will be presented by the school
head at a colloquium of Foundational Course participants.

This Implementation Paper guides the school head on planning for his/her final choice
of project. It must be completed and submitted by the end of Module 3.

A. Project Context

NEAP PROGRAM School Heads Development Program - Foundational Course

Name of School Head BENSON B. CULLA-AG

Region, Division, District CAR, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE, BAUKO I

Name of School ABATAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

Key changes in my school as a


result of this project
I want to improve the academic performance of students with
What key changes do you want to
see in your school as a result of your regards to the General Students Average as one role of the
having attended the SHDP school head as an instructional leader. One function as
Foundational Course? What are instructional leader is to manage the assessment by setting
your specific, verifiable indicators of process in which teachers and students will be guided and may
these changes? result to an increase in academic performance.

Target Competency Improvement 1. To manage assessment system to keep track of


What school head competency/ies learners’ progress
will you apply through your project 2. To ensure that learners meet learning standards.
Identify maximum of three that are
directly related to your project. 3. To increase students’ academic performance.
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Department of Education
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SCHOOL HEADS’ DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM: FOUNDATIONAL COURSE
Describe current situation As per interpretation of the grades of Grade 8 students after
(problem or opportunity) in your collating their grades per subject for the first and second
school that you need to address grading, it showed that 5 out of 22 attained a GSA ranging from
through your project.
80-90%. It has a little increase in the third grading with a
Give specific, quantifiable, number of 6 out of 22 students attained GSA ranging from 80-
observable details. For example, 90%. As reflected, there is a need to monitor and focus
number of non-readers in Grade 2. attention on the assessment of learning in the Grade 8 Class.
Or, number of teachers that need
training by a certain period. Or,
timely utilization of MOOE.

Title of Application Project Increasing the General Students Average (GSA) of Grade 9
Students of Abatan National High School.

PROJECT OBJECTIVE/S: To increase the General Students Average (GSA) from 75-80% to
SMART-Specific, measurable, 81-85% of Grade 9 students for the fourth grading period,
attainable, result-oriented and School Year 2016-2017.
with timeframe

Start date February 20, 2017

Length of project
February 20 – May 20, 2017
The project should be completed
within 3 to 6 months.

Expected Outputs Increase General Students Average (GSA) and promotion rate.

Beneficiary/ies Students, Teachers, School Head and School.

Identify Success Indicators or This project will be a success when the following indicators have
measures of success been achieved and verified through unbiased means (maximum
of 3):
1. Increased GSA
2. Linked assessment to learning standards
3. Guided with principles of classroom assessment
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Department of Education
NATIONAL EDUCATORS ACADEMY OF THE PHILIPPINES
SCHOOL HEADS’ DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM: FOUNDATIONAL COURSE
B. Action Steps -
Identify significant Milestone targets that could be achieved by the end of 30 days
and every 30 days thereafter. Milestones are (a) significant changes achieved;
and/or, (b) major steps taken towards achieving the desired improvement in your
school

Target Milestone Actions Responsible Support Target


Person Needed Date
Who will do from: When
this step? will this
step be
accompli
shed?

Action Step 1

Milestone 1 Making of numeracy report Subject


on grade reflecting the School Head March
teachers
Tracking of students’ number of students who
2017
academic performance passed, level of academic
performance and GSA of
students. Submit it to the
School Head for collation.

Action Step 2
April
School Head collates the School Head
submitted report on grades 2017
then it will be subjected to
analysis and interpretation.
Action Step 3 School Head
May
Result of the data collected Subject
will be conferred with the Teachers 2017
teachers and have them do
their reflection.

Action Step 4 School Head


May
School Head instruct the Subject School Head
teachers to make their plan Teachers 2017
of action on how to increase
the GSA of students.

Milestone 2 Action Step 1


June
EPSvr
Conduct SLAC on classroom School Head 2017
The following principles of
assessment
classroom assessment will be
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Department of Education
NATIONAL EDUCATORS ACADEMY OF THE PHILIPPINES
SCHOOL HEADS’ DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM: FOUNDATIONAL COURSE
Target Milestone Actions Responsible Support Target
Person Needed Date
Who will do from: When
this step? will this
step be
accompli
shed?

tackled during the SLAC Subject


session Teachers

Principle 1. Assessment
should be aligned, with Resource
objectives, learning Person
standards and competencies.

Principle 2. Assessment
should be more like
instruction.

Principle 3. Assessment
should recognize diversity of
learners.

Principle 4. The formative


assessment should scaffold
the learners in summative
assessment

Principle 5. Assessment
results should be used by
teachers to help students
learn better.

Principle 6. Assessment is a
joint process that involves
both teacher and learners

Action Step 2 School Head

Monitoring of the June to


application of the principles August
learned through instructional 2017
supervision, checking of DLL,
activity sheets, evaluation
tool and test results.

School Head
Action Step 3
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NATIONAL EDUCATORS ACADEMY OF THE PHILIPPINES
SCHOOL HEADS’ DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM: FOUNDATIONAL COURSE
Target Milestone Actions Responsible Support Target
Person Needed Date
Who will do from: When
this step? will this
step be
accompli
shed?

Conference with the Subject June to


teachers regarding the result Teachers August
of the monitoring and 2017
making plan of action to the
principles that have been not
met.

Action Step 4 School Head June to


Co-Teachers August
Technical assistance will be
given with regard to the 2017
different principles.

Milestone 3
Action Step 1
Implementation of plan of Subject June to
action on how to increase Conduct remedial activities Teachers August
the GSA or improve the or giving other necessary 2017
academic performance of interventions suited to the Students
students. learner concerned.

Action Step 2 Subject


Teachers June to
Evaluation of students’ August
performance after giving 2017
remedial activities or other
necessary interventions.

Action Step 3 Subject


Teachers
Assessment of grades of the
August
students to see if there is an
increase or not. The data 2017
should show the comparison
from the former to the
present grade.

Action Step 4 School Head


Septemb
Making of the result and er 2017
findings of the remedial or
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Department of Education
NATIONAL EDUCATORS ACADEMY OF THE PHILIPPINES
SCHOOL HEADS’ DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM: FOUNDATIONAL COURSE
Target Milestone Actions Responsible Support Target
Person Needed Date
Who will do from: When
this step? will this
step be
accompli
shed?

intervention activities
conducted.

Milestone 4 Action Step 1 School Head


Septem-
Monitoring and Evaluation Make a report showing the ber 2017
of the project progress of milestone 1, 2
and 3.

Action Step 2. School Head


Septem-
Teachers
Determining the strength ber 2017
and weaknesses of the
Students
teacher and the students

Action Step 3.
Septem-
Improved GSA of students ber 2017
and teachers skills on
assessing K to 12 learners.

C. Required Resources

Provide Specific Details of the physical and human resources required to


successfully implement your Application Project.

Milestone Resources Needed Budget Approvals needed


Milestone 1: Bond papers, ink, 100 Schools Division Office
Tracking of students’
academic performance
Milestone 2: Snacks, bond papers, ink, 1500 Schools Division Office
Conduct SLAC on meta cards, projector,
classroom assessment laptop

Milestone 3: Instructional materials, 2000 Schools Division Office


Implementation of plan worksheets, SIM and
of action on how to
increase the GSA or
improve the academic
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Department of Education
NATIONAL EDUCATORS ACADEMY OF THE PHILIPPINES
SCHOOL HEADS’ DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM: FOUNDATIONAL COURSE
performance of other remedial; bond
students. paper, ink, printer, laptop

Milestone 4: Bond paper, ink 200 Schools Division Office


Monitoring and
Evaluation of the project

D. Risk Management Plan

All projects are exposed to risk. Risks are unpredictable events that might or
might not happen, and endanger the achievement of your project objectives.
You should therefore know what risks to prioritize and what to do when the risk
happens.

Milestone Likely Risk Impact on Project Specific Action to If Risk Happens,


if Risk Happens Prevent Risk Specific Action to
Soften Impact of
Risk
Milestone 1: Incomplete data Collation of data will Instruct the Approach the
Tracking of from teachers not be done teachers to submit teacher concern to
students’ academic according to their numeracy submit the
performance
timeline. report before going necessary reports
to vacation. Cross needed.
checking will also be
done to ensure the
validity of the
grades submitted.

Milestone 2: SLAC session will be Application of the SLAC activity design Conduct the SLAC
Conduct SLAC on late due to late principles will not will be submitted session while
classroom approval by the SDO cover the other earlier and set approval is still on
assessment
and overlapping of dates of application. specific date in the process.
activities. school calendar of
activities.

Milestone 3: Teachers failed to Let the activity be a Check the DLL of the Encourage the
Implementation of implement part of the objective teachers and the teacher to
plan of action on remediation or in the IPCRF in order action plan implement her
how to increase the
other intervention to ensure submitted to be the action plan.
GSA or improve the
academic activities to implementation. base line in
performance of students. Close monitoring providing technical
students. and coaching will be assistance.
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provided by the
School Head.

Milestone 4: The result of the It will not attain the Plan another Review the process
Monitoring and project was not target objective of intervention and done to clarify
Evaluation of the successful in the project. have it be issues and concerns.
project.
attaining the target implemented.
objective. Conduct sharing of Review also the
experiences on the data and
interpretation of
conduct to see if
there is still room results.
for improvement.

E. APPROVALS:
Printed Name Signature Date

Prepared by BENSON B. CULLA-AG

Approved by GLORIA B. BUYA-AO