Automated RPMS IPCRF School Year 2022 - 2023 UPDATED 7-10-2023
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MODES OF CLASSROOM OBSERVATION
| Classroom Observation
Default Mode of Classroom Observation
(To be adopted by all public schools, unless otherwise specified by the DepEd Central Office)
| 1. In-person/face-to-face observation
- For School Years 2022-2023, 2023-2024, and 2024-2025, the usual protocols and procedures indicated in the 2019 DepEd RPMS Manual for Teachers and School Heads shall apply.
- It is highly encouraged that 2-3 observers participate in the classroom observation. However, if challenges in schedule and/or availability of observers hinder a school to follow this recommendation, one (1) observer will be enough.
Alternative Classroom Observation Modes
(Shall only be adopted by public schools as a result of unforeseen circumstances that affect the day-to-day operations of the school, subject to internal guidelines issued by the DepEd Central Office)
| 2. Online Synchronous Observation
- Observation of real-time teaching (online synchronous learning or two-way radio instruction)
- This applies to teachers who will adopt online synchronous learning or two-way radio instruction regardless of the number of classes and learners.
| 3. Asynchronous Observation
- Consider this mode of observation when option 1 is not possible.
- This applies to teachers who will adopt online asynchronous learning or audio lesson in any of their classes and learners.
- A video lesson or audio lesson shall be used in lesson delivery as part of the supplementary materials or as one of the learning materials for online asynchronous learning or two-way radio instruction. It is not the same as the video lesson for TV-based instruction or audio lesson for radio-based instruction that the Central Office/Regional Office/Division Office produces.
- A video lesson or audio lesson must be SLM-based or MELC-aligned. A teacher can use any recording device to record themselves while teaching a lesson.
- A video lesson or audio lesson can be stored in a cloud (e.g., Google Drive) or any storage device (e.g., flash drive), or uploaded to an online classroom (e.g., Google Classroom) or a Learning Management System.
| 4. Observation via Learning Action Cell (LAC) session (Demonstration Teaching)
- Consider this mode of observation when options 1 and 2 are not possible.
- This applies to teachers who will adopt pure modular learning (print/digital), radio-based instruction (e.g., DepEd Radio), and TV- based instruction (e.g., DepEd TV).
- During the LAC session, the Ratees/Raters may adopt either of the following scenarios:
a. Demonstration Teaching with co-teachers as learners:
- Ratees will demonstrate the identified COIs and deliver the lesson as if it were a real class with actual learners.
- In this scenario, the co-teachers will serve as learners.
b. Demonstration of best practices
- Ratees will demonstrate the identified COIs based on their understanding of the objective and share it with their co-teacher during the LAC session
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