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JUNE 18 ACTIVITY 3

Quiz by JOHN QUIROZ

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  • Q1

    Based on the DepEd School Contingency Plan Manual for the Implementation of Limited Face to Face, what should be the correct protocol for the school personnel?

    Classes Scenario 2. A household member of a learner or school personnel is a confirmed case of COVID-19, The learner or personnel is not showing symptoms of COVID-19

    I. If the identified close contact is a teacher, identify the substitute teacher who will conduct distance learning among the learners that the teacher is handling. The school may provide psychosocial support to the affected teacher if needed

    II. Ensure that the personnel has completed the fourteen (14)-day quarantine, regardless of negative test result and vaccination status, before allowing him/her to return to school.

    III. Advise the  personnel to return/remain at home.

    IV. If the identified close contact is a teacher, only the class that the teacher is handling will be temporarily shifted back to distance learning until the teacher is allowed to return to school. 

    I,II,III,IV

    II,III,IV

    I,II,IV

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  • Q2

    Under the Clarificatory Guidelines on the Grant of Vacation Service Credits to Teachers in Light of the COVID-19 Pandemic, the maximum number of service credits can a teaching personnel avail is _________

    15

    20

    10

    No limit

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  • Q3

    Early Procurement Activity is applicable for Procurement Projects undertaken through Competitive Bidding and Alternative Methods of Procurement including shopping method

    True because it is provided in RA 9184 (procurement law)

    True because competitive bidding is encouraged

    False because shopping method is not included in EPA

    False because competitive bidding do not include shopping

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  • Q4

    The following can be procured using the Special Education Fund based on Joint Circular #2 between DBM, DILG and DepEd in support to the BE-LCP

    I. Smart Phones

    II. Car batteries

    III. Two way radio

    IV. Hard Drives

    I,III,IV

    I,II,III,IV

    II,III,IV

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  • Q5

    In response to the appeal of the Department represented in the CSC Resolution No. 2100451 dated June 15, 2021, the CSC granted to allow the reappointment (renewal) of the provisional appointments issued to SHS teachers first hired in SY 2016-2017 and with existing provisional appointment for SY 2020-2021 for another school year (SY 2021-2022), subject to the following conditions

    I. The affected provisional teachers could show proof that they have taken the LEPT at least once in the last three (3) years;

    II. There are no qualified LEPT eligible applicants in the DepEd Registry of Qualified Applicants (RQA), as certified by the Schools Division Superintendent (SDS);

    III. The provisional appointments may be terminated when qualified LEPT eligible applicants becomes available and willing to accept the appointments;

    I,II,III

    I,III

    II,III

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  • Q6

    The SDO-HRMO shall be guided by the notation to be reflected in the face of the appointment paper of the affected SHS teacher under 5 year provisional status:

    "Date of effectivity: to June 24, 2022 or the end of SY 2021-2022"

    False

    False

    True

    True

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  • Q7

    Pendency of administrative case against any employee shall not be a bar for promotion

    True

    False

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  • Q8

    An employee who was found guilty of administrative case and imposed with demotion, can not be promoted within two (2) years

    True

    False

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  • Q9

    CSC-DBM FORM 1 is also known as 

    Personal Data Sheet

    Position Description Form

    Appointment Form

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  • Q10

    The following are considered Masters Degree Holder:

    I. Graduate of Law

    II. Graduate of Medicine

    III. Career Executive Service Eligible

    IV. Holder of Certificate of Leadership and Management

    I,II,III

    I,II,III,IV

    III only

    III and IV only

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  • Q11

    Appointee to teaching position under provisional status is subject to probationary period of not less than one (1) year 

    False

    True

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  • Q12

    In this domain, school heads are expected to provide technical assistance on instruction that relates to curriculum, practice, and performance. They should also create a learner-centered environment that ensures access to inclusive, excellent, relevant, and liberating education

    Leading Strategically

    Managing School Operations and Resources

    Focusing on Teaching and Learning

    Focusing on Teaching and Learning

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  • Q13

    School heads should have a complete understanding of schools’ current and desired states. They should support in executing various collaborative strategies with stakeholders to respond appropriately to the dynamic and rapidly evolving needs of schools.

    Leading Strategically

    Developing Self and Others

    Managing School Operations and Resources

    Focusing on Teaching and Learning

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  • Q14

    In this domain, school heads are expected to reflect on their personal and professional development to enhance their practice in leading and developing people as they support their personnel’s professional development and welfare. They should provide others the means for development such as opportunities to learn, reflect, lead and progress in their profession

    Leading Strategically

    Focusing on Teaching and Learning

    Developing Self and Others

    Managing School Operations and Resources

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  • Q15

    They possess skills in relating with, dealing with, and forging relationships with people. They should be able to build relationships with individuals and organizations anchored on mutual trust, honesty, openness, respect, and commitment towards sharing the same vision for the attainment of institutional goals.

    Building Connections

    Leading Strategically

    Managing School Operations and Resources

    Focusing on Teaching and Learning

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  • Q16

    This refers to Part IV of the Individual Performance Commitment and Review Form/Office Performance Commitment and Review Form in the Results-Based Performance Management System

    Agreement Form

    Professional Development Plan

    COT Form

    Summary of Rating

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  • Q17

    This refers to enabling mechanisms for encouraging aspirations, developing potentials among learners, and guiding them toward any possible career paths in the future

    Career Progression

    Career Advancement

    Career Stages

    Career Awareness and Opportunity

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  • Q18

    Identify the Career Stage:

    They demonstrate basic knowledge and understanding of the authority, responsibility, and accountability expected of school heads as described in the Philippine Professional Standards for School Heads.

    Career Stage II

    Career Stage IV

    Career Stage III

    Career Stage I

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  • Q19

    Identify the Career Stage:

    They maintain school effectiveness and people effectiveness by leading strategically, managing school operations and resources, focusing on teaching and learning, developing themselves and others, and building connections

    Career Stage III

    Career Stage I

    Career Stage II

    Career Stage IV

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  • Q20

    Identify the Career Stage:

    They empower the wider school community in the implementation of school policies, programs, projects, and activities towards school community transformation.

    They commit to inspiring all school personnel and fellow school leaders to continuously pursue excellence and create a lifelong impact in the school and community

    Career Stage III

    Career Stage II

    Career Stage I

    Career Stage IV

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