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Continuous Improvement

Program
PROJECT
TITLE
STEP 1
• SDO- Navotas CI Team
Charter
• SDO Profile
• Project Rationale
• Objectives
• Respondents’ Profile
Dr. Romulo B. Rocena
Schools Division Superintendent
Consultant

Dr. Gemma C. Villaluna Ms. Loida O. Balasa


SGOD chief CID Chief
Team Leader Process Observer
Mrs. Ma. Evalou Concepcion A. Agustin
OIC- Asst. Schools Division Superintendent
Asst. Consultant

Ms. Leonida P. Nepomuceno


EPS- English
Communication Ms. Grace R. Nieves
EPS-LRMDS
Documentation
Ms. Isabel C. Palomar
EPS-Science
Scribe

Mr. Dondon G. Mateo


IT-Officer Mr. Benjamin O. Perez
SEPS M and E
The Division of Navotas City was established on January 11,
2010 by virtue of the management order signed by Hon. Jesli A. Lapus
dated January 6, 2010
NUMBER OF SCHOOLS PERSONNEL
ELEMENTARY SECOND TEACHING NON-TEACHING
ARY TOTAL ( Principals, head,
DISTRICT DISTRICT
financial staff &
I II
SDO-Personnel
9 6 6 21
1438 129
Schools Schools schools Schools
ENROLMENT
ELEMENTARY SECONDARY TOTAL
KINDER

3377 30,269 13,298 46,944


Step 1

Araling
Panlipunan 49.44
LOW NAT SCORES

Filipino 61.25

SCIENCE 42.67
FACTORS
AFFECTING
LEARNERS
PERFORMANCE
Mathematics 43.31

English 41.31
Project rationale
EPS Performance Commitment (IPCR)

Plan
Preparation
/M&E
Instructional 30%
Supervision
50%
Research /
Evaluation &
Teaching
Innovation
10%
Conduct of
Report
InSet
Preparation
5%
Plan Preparation /M&E
5% Research / Evaluation & Teaching Innovation
Conduct of InSet Report Preparation
Instructional Supervision
Step 1

DIVISION KPIs
Curriculum Instruction Assessment

Project ARISE:
Navotas Science aims
to raise the quality of
instruction and
teachers competence
in teaching all the
learning components
in Science

8
9

Why Science?
The K-12 curriculum
introduced the four areas Earth
Biology, Physics, Chemistry Science
and Earth Sciences which are
presented with increasing
levels of complexity from one
grade level to another in spiral K to 12
progression. Biology Chemistry
curriculum
Teachers need to possess the
competency and skills across
science topics and other
disciplines to be effective and
Physics
to enable the learners to
achieve deeper understanding
of the core concepts
Step 1

50
45
40
These scores are substantially below the DepEd
35 75% standard passing rate
30 SY 2011-2012
25 SY 2012-2013

20 SY 2013-2014
SY 2014-2015
15
10
5
40.64 45.63 43.89 42.67
0
11
Y4 NAT Result
Unfortunate event #1

Result of Quarterly Test


MPS in Grade 10 Science
SY 2015-2016

All schools except


SRTHS showed 1st Quarter- Earth Science
consistent failing marks 2nd Quarter- Physics
3rd Quarter- Biology
in all science subjects 4th Quarter- Chemistry
and KHS which showed
a passing grade in
Biology
So what did we do?
Assessed teacher competency

Teacher factors

Conducted a survey Analyzed


to gather data on Administered Instructional
1. Years of diagnostic test to Supervision
experience check subject practice by
checking daily
2. Educational content mastery accomplishment
background log

With the given result of the National Achievement Test,


the team studied the profile of
forty-six (46) Grade 10 Science teachers.
Number of Science Teachers by Major Area
1 (2%)
1 (2%) 1(2%)
2 (5%)
Gen. Science
7 (15%) 22 (48%) Biology
Physics
Chemistry
12 (26%)
Nat. Science
Phy. Science
Non-Science

The bigger percentage of teachers


are General Science majors
Step 1

Number of Teachers with Experience


in Teaching Specific Areas in Science :
29
30
24 24
25 22
20
15
10
5
0
Physics Earth Science Biology Chemistry
No. of Years of Experience of Teachers
in Teaching the Science Subject
25 Most teachers are relatively new with
20 1-5 years of experience in teaching
20 Earth Science, Physics, Biology and Chemistry
16 16
15 13 Physics
E Science
10 9
Chemistry
6
5 Biology
3
2 2
111 1 1 1111 11 1
0 0 0
0
Less than 1 - 5 years 6 - 10 11 - 15 16 - 20 More than
1 year years years years 20 years
Percentage of Teachers who Attended Training
in Science Subjects
25

45% 42%
20
38% 38%
15

10

5
More than half of the teachers had no training in
specific areas of Science
0
Chem E Sci Bio Phys
Our milestone so far

• SDO Navotas established data on teacher


profile and their subject content mastery
• The teachers were diagnosed thru a
content mastery test
Unfortunate Event #2

Results of Content Mastery Diagnostic Tests (MPS)


Date Earth Chemistry Biology Physics
Administered Science
10/29/15 71% 55% 66% 73%
2/2/2016 61% 73% 49% 42%
3/2/16 65% 77% 45% 74%
4/15/16 70% 87% 53% 81%

Majority of teachers consistently failed


in all the diagnostic test for Science.
Make a table comparing the desired target base

Instructional Supervision Extended to Teachers by the EPS

Expected Actual Time Spent on Tasks

65.86% of time is spent on non value


adding activities outside of KRA
HOW DID WE DO IT?
Came up with a
Identified solutions common process
to the given areas for through brainstorming
improvement activity with the other
CI teams

Profiling of Teachers,
Conducted content-
based assessment , Identified priority
survey and FGD to improvements Prepared
generate and based on the result Implementation Plan
validate data of RCA

Employed RCA tool


Mapped out the to identify the real
current process and reason causing the
identified pain points process gap or the
real cause
STEP 2
Voice of the Customer

• FGD with Grade 10


Science teachers
• FGD with Science
Department Heads
Voice of the Customer (VOC)
METHODOLOGY

Date Number of Instrument


Activity Customer
Conducted Respondents /Approach
November 18,
Survey Students 180 Questionnaire
2015
December 3,
FGD Teachers 46 Interview
2015
January 19, Science Dept.
FGD 6 Interview
2016. Heads
Grade 10 Science
FGD April 15, 2016 46 Interview
Teachers
An interview with the teachers,
... With the students

classroom observation
...the department
heads and the
principals
FGD with the department heads

Conducted last January


19, 2016 , at SDO
Navotas with all the six
Science department
heads.
Detailed Breakdown of Grade 10 Science Teachers Scores on
Content-Based Test conducted last March 2, 2016

Number of Teacher Number of Teachers with


Subject
Test Takers 75% and above MPS

Chemistry 11 8
Physics 11 5
Earth Science 9 3
Biology 11 0
Teach-All 4 1
Total 46 17
Result of Grade 10 Science Teachers’ Content-Based
Assessment during the Content-Based Training

No. of RESULT OF TEST PER AREA


Test
Items EARTH
PHYSICS Biology Chemistry Teach All
SCIENCE

Pre-Test
(Before
30 42.60 49.27 30.00 32.23 44.08
the
Training)
Post Test
(After the 30 55.20 56.30 42.60 44.07 55.00
Training)
PROBLEM STATEMENT

Only 17 out of 46 Grade 10 Science


teachers got 75% MPS on the content
based test administered on March 22,
Broad 2016.
Problem

Only 3 out of 9 Grade 10 science teachers


Focused
got 75% MPS on the content based test in
Problem
Earth Science which was administered on
March 22, 2016.

1 OBJECTIVE: To raise the proficiency of all Earth Science Teachers


Source: Kuizon, Myrna D. and Reyes, Rita S. Extent of Instructional Supervision Implementation in the Basic Education Schools: Effects on School
in Grade 10 in the content-based test to 75% MPS by the end
Performance. Caraga State University. (online@http://journal.carsu.edu.ph)
of August, 2016
STEP 3
WALK THE PROCESS

• Current State SIPOC


• Process Flow
• Deployment Chart
SUPPLIER INPUT PROCESS OUTPUT CUSTOMER

• TNA
Checklist Generated Result
• Guidelines • TNA
• Content-
EPS K to 12
Based
School Head (Science Assessment
Science Subjects) • Accomplished Grade 10
Department • Teachers Teachers’
Instructional Science
Head Profile Observation
Supervision Teachers
• CB-Past Checklist
• TOC
• Content-
Based Test
Provision
Classroo
Plannin of Monitoring
m Post-
Conference Technical and
g Observati
Assistanc Evaluation
on
e
EPS Office of the CID-Chief Office of the ASDS Office of the SDS
STAR STAR STAR
T START
T T

Receives the Monthly Plan of


Supervision Form from the CLERK CID-Chief Receives the accomplished Receives submitted
CID every 28th day of the Checks the Supervisory Plan Form from consolidated Report on
Releases the the CID Office Supervisory Plan
month Supervisory submitted
Plan Form Supervisory
Accomplishes the Plan
Supervisory Form Receives the Browses and checks Browses and Checks
Signs
Calendar the school and the accomplished
consolidated consolidated report consolidated plan
Supervisory Plan
grade level teachers to Form from the supervisory
supervise EPS plan report

Fills-Out The Plan of Submits Submits Supervisory Report to


consolidates the Signs consolidated plan
Supervision Form Supervisory Plan
consolidated the Office of SDS
of all the EPS
plan to the
Encodes plan using a office of ASDS
standard format
Submits
consolidated
Return Plan to the Office of
report to the CID- the CID Chief for filing
Prints the encoded plan
Chief

Checks the correctness of


the encoded document

Signs accomplished
Supervisory plan

Submits plan every 28th day of


the month to the CID Chief

CID Chief submits consolidated


plan to ASDS to the SDS
Pain Points
No TNA conducted.

Planning observation is merely


based on the number of
observations to be made.

No follow-up schedule is included


in the Supervisory Plan
DEPARTMENT MASTER
EPS PRINCIPAL HEAD TEACHER
TEACHER
STAR STAR STAR STAR STAR
T T T T T

Checks the Schedule of Provides the EPS


with the CG/TG/LMs Updates the EPS with Provides the EPS
Monitoring and Supervision Provides the EPS with
and the profiles of the mentoring activities with the
and accomplish the IS Log SF 7 and checks
teacher to be in the department compilation of LPs,
book
availability of teacher observed LM and TG
Proceed to the school as
Joins the EPS for
scheduled and go directly to
Updates the EPS on classroom observation Conduct the
the Principals Office Updates the EPS on
profiles of teacher to upon availability classroom
profiles of
instruction
department’s be observed in
Proceed to the Principals relation to classroom
performance
Office performance and
observations made.
Joins the EPS for
Check SF 7 for availability classroom observation
and priority selection of proper Joins the EPS for
teachers to be observed classroom
observation proper
Proceed to the classroom
with the Principal/HT/MT

Check the alignment of


Lesson Plan and the Budget
of Work with the TG and LMs

Classroom Observation
proper
Pain Points
Observes teacher whoever is
available. No specific teacher to
observe.

The principal/ dept. Head does not go


with the EPS to conduct observation.

Signed the TOC right after the observation, does


not wait for the post-conferencing To finish.
EPS PRINCIPAL DEPARTMENT HEAD TEACHER
STAR STAR STAR STAR
T T T T

Proceeds to the Principal’s


office for post conference Assists the EPS in the Assists the EPS in the Teacher identifies the strong
depending on the teacher’s processing of the post processing of the post points and areas for
availability or after teaching conference conference improvement
hours

Presents and discuss the Accepts suggestions and


accomplished TOC recommendation from the EPS

Agrees with the EPS on the


Discusses the observation schedule for the follow-up
result using TOC observation and schedule on
the provision of needed TA

Draws out ideas &


suggestions from the teachers
& gives recommendations

Close with agreement on


schedule for the follow-up
observation

Let the teacher sign the TOC


Pain Points Continuous classes of teacher
observed, no vacant time for post-
conferencing
Post conferencing conducted inside the Classroom
right after the lesson without the presence of the
principal / Dept. Head

Half-baked post conference as the EPS had to transfer


to another school to catch up on the required quota of
observation
No assessment on the observation conducted by
the EPS

Does not meet the agreement of follow-up observation


due to time constraint and overlapping activities.
DEPARTMENT MASTER
EPS PRINCIPAL HEAD TEACHER
TEACHER
STAR STAR STAR STAR
T T T T

Helps the EPS to


Leads Discussion with the address the
Assists the EPS Agrees on the
department head and recommendation Agrees on the
in the processing recommended
principal on the given on providing recommended TA
of the TA to be
recommendation given TA to teachers
recommendation provided
given based on
Suggests Master Prepares
Identifies the Master the result of
Teachers who will Follows scheduled mentoring
Teacher who will perform classroom
perform the TA schedule with
the mentoring observation
mentoring the Department
head
EPS with the Department Agrees on the
head discussed with the mentoring schedule Accomplishes
assigned mentor the with Master necessary tasks for Perform
Instructs the
needed assistance of Teacher certain skills mentoring to
Department
teacher observed. improvement teacher
Head and
Master Teacher Helps Master
Asks the Department assigned on the Teacher in making
Head to prepare mentoring mentoring schedule for
schedule activity mentoring

Monitors the
conduct of
mentoring
Pain Points
No agreed mentoring schedule

Mentoring is not monitored

Overlapping activities of EPS, hence could not


personally render technical assistance.
EPS has no report as to the kind and number of
assistance given to teachers observed.
EPS CID-Chief ASDS SDS

Submits monthly Consolidates all Review the report


Accomplishment accomplishment and endorses to Accepts the report
Report to the CID report the SDS
with TOC and
locator slip Submits the
consolidated
report to ASDS
Pain Points

No regular follow up visit

No Standard Monitoring System


STEP 4
IDENTIFY PRIORITY
IMPROVEMENT AREAS

• Focused Problem
Statement
• Objective Statement
Focused Problem Statement

Only 3 out of 9 Grade 10 science


teachers got 75% MPS on the Objective Statement
content based test in Earth
Science which was administered To raise the proficiency of
on March 22, 2016.
all Earth Science Teachers
in Grade 10 in the content-
based test to 75% MPS by
the end of August, 2016
STEP 5
DO ROOT CAUSE
ANALYSIS

• Root Cause Analysis


ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS
InSet design is
focused on PPAs
50% of the exam
is not tackled in Lack of mastery No preparation for
on content the Spiraling
class
approach required
all teachers to teach No available
Non-Major Specialization in Science all science subjects applicants in
is not considered during for all grade levels. a required
in Science the hiring of teachers. specialization
Only 3 out of
9 Grade 10
science Complex topics New Kto12
Standard of the Grade
teachers got introduced in Curriculum
10 Science Curriculum
75 MPS on 2015 (Un-controllable)
the content
based test in Task Analysis based on
Earth Science Only 4 out of 46 Grade IPCRF
10 Science teachers Supervision of Various non-
which was value adding % of actual time spent on
administered were observed from Classes was tasks (per month)
June, 2015 to March, tasks
on March 22, not given 1. Classroom Observation
2016 based on the assigned to 8.7%
2016. priority EPS 2. Preparation of Reports
Daily Log
and memo 7.67%
3. Meetings 5.33%
None of the 4 teachers Instructional 4. DSTF, RSTF and NSTF
observed were given Supervision No 33.5%
Technical Assistance plan (e.g., post 5. Test Construction 30.67
Structured
conference, Monitoring 6. Consolidation of TOC
mentoring) was 6.33%
system
not carried out 7. Other tasks 7.8%
STEP 6
DEVELOP SOLUTIONS

• Priority Root Cause


• Recommended Areas
for Improvement
Future SIPOC
Priority Root Cause Recommended Improvement
Step 6
1. InSet design is focused on PPAs Controllable • Include and design a training focused on content

2. No available applicants in a Controllable • For the PSB to categorize Science teacher


specialization required applicants in RQA into 4 major areas such as
Physics, Earth Science, Biology and Chemistry.
• The Principals shall be specific in requesting
Science teachers to the Personnel Unit based on
their major area

3. No preparation for the Spiraling Controllable • Conduct content-based training particularly on


approach, thus, required teachers complex topics
to teach all science subjects for all • Training on developing IMs
grade levels • Conduct Caravan of Demonstration Teaching
• Teacher Induction Program

4. Classroom Observation Controllable • A deployment strategy that all EPS will visit at least
24 teachers in a month.
is only 8.7% vis a vis a • Result of observation must be evaluated by the CID
target of 25% in Chief/ASDS
Instructional Supervision for • Require the School heads and the department
a year. heads to submit the TOC to the office of the CID
chief for further evaluation
• Follow-up observation must be conducted at least a
week after the provision of technical assistance

5. No Monitoring system Controllable • Design a monitoring system


• Monitoring and evaluation must be undertaken at
least twice a month
Step 6

SUPPLIER INPUT PROCESS OUTPUT CUSTOMER


• TNA Result
• Teacher
EPS Observation
Principal Checklist
Science • CG, TG and
Department Accomplished
LM
• Test Results
IMPROVED TOC
Head Accomplished
Science (FTR, Unit Test INSTRUCTION Grade 10 Science
AL PMC Teachers
Master result)
• Progress SUPERVISION
Teacher
Monitoring PROCESS
Chart

PROCESS STEPS
Monitoring
Competency Classroom Post- Technical
Assessment Planning Observation Conference Assistance
and
Evaluation
PRINCIPAL &
DEPARTMENT HEAD EPS
STAR STAR
T T

Checks the Schedule of


Receives
Monitoringanalysis report on
and Supervision
Revisit Teachers teachers competency
and accomplish the IS Log
assessmentbook
from the school
IPCRF

Analyzes teachers groupings


based on data submitted
Identify Strength
and Weaknesses of
teachers Conducts random interview
to teachers to validate result

Analyze Results Makes own groupings of


teachers based on validation

Cluster teachers
according to their Proceeds to planning on the
conduct of IS
needs/quadrant

Submits result of
analysis to the EPS
Office of the CID-
EPS Chief
Office of the ASDS Office of the SDS
STAR STAR STAR
T T T

Receives the Monthly Plan of


Supervision Form from the Releases the Supervisory Receives the accomplished Receives submitted
Plan Form Supervisory Plan Form from consolidated Report on
CID every 28th day of the
month the CID Office Supervisory Plan
Receives the
Accomplishes the Supervisory accomplished Supervisory
Form based on the competency Plan Form from the EPS
assessment and Deployment
Browses and checks Browses and Checks
Plan consolidated report consolidated plan
Checks the submitted
Calendar the school and the Supervisory Plan
grade level teachers to
supervise Submits Supervisory Report to
the Office of SDS Signs consolidated plan
consolidates the
Fills-Out The Plan of Supervisory Plan of all the
Supervision Form EPS

Encodes plan using a Return Plan to the Office of


standard format the CID Chief for monitoring
Signs consolidated
supervisory plan report
Prints the encoded plan

Checks the correctness of Submits consolidated


the encoded document plan to the office of
ASDS
Signs accomplished
Supervisory plan

Submits plan every 28th day of


the month to the CID Chief
DEPARTMENT
EPS PRINCIPAL HEAD
TEACHER
STAR STAR STAR STAR
T T T T

Checks the Schedule of Provides the EPS with Provides the EPS
Monitoring and Supervision with the CG/TG/LMs
SF 7 and checks
and accomplish the IS Log and the profiles of Presents Lesson
availability of teacher teacher to be Plan to the EPS
book
in the attendance log observed
book
Proceed to the school as
scheduled
Updates the EPS on Executes the
Updates the EPS on profiles of teacher to lesson
Proceed to the Principals profiles of teacher to be observed in
Office be observed relation to classroom
performance and
observations made.
Check SF 7 for teachers’ Joins the EPS for
schedule and attendance log classroom observation
book to determine if the proper Joins the EPS for
teacher to be observed is
classroom
present
observation proper
Proceed to the classroom
with the Principal/HT/MT

Check the alignment of


Lesson Plan and the Budget
of Work with the TG and LMs

Classroom Observation
proper
PRINCIPAL and
EPS DEPARTMENT HEAD TEACHER
STAR STAR STAR
T T T

Proceeds to the Principal’s


office for post conference Assists the EPS in the Teacher identifies the strong
depending on the teacher’s processing of the post points and areas for
availability or after teaching conference improvement
hours

Presents and discuss the Notes the identified strong


points and areas for Accepts suggestions and
accomplished TOC recommendation from the EPS
improvement by the teacher
observed

Gives suggestions and Agrees with the EPS on the


Discusses the observation schedule for the follow-up
recommendations to improve
result using TOC observation and schedule on
the teaching strategy of the
teacher the provision of needed TA

Draws out ideas &


suggestions from the teachers Acquire a copy of the TOC and
& gives recommendations the agreement between the
teacher and the EPS

Close with agreement on


schedule for the follow-up
observation

Let the teacher sign the TOC


DEPARTMENT MASTER
EPS PRINCIPAL HEAD TEACHER
TEACHER
STAR STAR STAR STAR
T T T T

Leads Discussion with the Suggests Master Agrees on the


Agrees on the
department head and Instructs the Teachers who are recommended TA to
recommended
principal on the Department capable to perform be provided to the
TA to be
recommendation given Head and the mentoring teacher observed
provided
Master Teacher
assigned on the
Assign a Master Teacher Cooperates
mentoring Agrees on the
who will perform the with the MT
activity mentoring schedule Conducts mentoring
mentoring during the
with Master based on schedule mentoring
Teacher
session
EPS with the Department Notes the
head discussed with the mentoring
assigned mentor the schedule of the Helps Master Prepares a report Conforms and
needed assistance of MT and the Teacher in making on the progress of signs the report
teacher observed. teacher schedule for the mentoring on the progress
observed mentoring session of the mentoring
session
Asks the Department
Head to prepare mentoring Monitors the Submits the report
Monitors the to the DH/Principal
schedule conduct of conduct of after the termination
mentoring mentoring of the mentoring
schedule
EPS CID-Chief ASDS SDS

Submits monthly Monitors the Review the report


Accomplishment observation and endorses to Accepts the report
Report to the CID conducted by the the SDS
with TOC and EPS using the
locator slip monitoring tool

Discuss with the


EPS the result of
the M & E

Submits the result


of M&E to the
Office of the ASDS
STEP 7
FINALIZE IMPROVEMENT

• Implementation Plan
IMPLEMENTATION PLAN
Resources
Activity Output Responsibility Due Date
/Budget
Content-based training Training design and CI Team April 11-15, MOOE
and development of IMS IMs 2016
Recruitment/Selection/H RQA/ Ranking of PSB January- May MOOE
iring of teacher Science teachers by 2017
applicants major area
Caravan of Model Lesson Plan EPS/CID Chief August-March
Demonstration Teaching 2017
Teacher Induction Attendance Sheet CI Team August 2017 MOOE
Program ASDS, HRMO,
AO
Roll out of Instructional TOC, Observation Log CI Team July 2016-
Supervision Book, 24 teachers March 2017
observed per month
Monitoring and Monitoring System CID Chief,
Evaluation ASDS
WHERE ARE WE NOW?
Principal/ Department
PROBLEM EPS School Heads Heads
• 6 out of 6 schools have •
OBJECTIVE submitted proposals for
Mobilized to submit
programs and projects
content-based training.
• To raise the • 5 out of 6 schools have
focused on specific
learning areas.
proficiency of subscribed to LEEP • Crafted instructional
• Initiated content-based
(Learning Effectively supervision plans
training and
all Earth development of IMS
thru Enhanced aligned with Division
Pedagogies) sponsored
Science • Rolled out instructional
by Knowledge Channel
programs.
supervision schemes • Reinforced classroom
Teachers in • Rolled out caravan of
• Embarked on school- management practices
based programs • Enhance preparation of
Grade 10 in the demonstration teaching
focusing on Daily Lesson Log, Daily
for teachers
content-based  Teacher Quality Lesson Plans, Teaching
• Intensified monitoring
Circles Guides and Curriculum
and evaluation activities
test to 75%  Enhanced Guides
mentoring •
MPS by the program
Benchmarking and
sharing of best practices
end of August,  Learners (Three identified schools)
Enhancement
2016 Program