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MONDAY ACTIVITY 2

Quiz by JOHN QUIROZ

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  • Q1

    The following is true about School  Improvement Plan EXCEPT:

    It is evidence-based, results-based, and child or learner-centered. 

    It is a roadmap that lays down specific interventions that a school, with the help of the community and other stakeholders, undertakes within a period of four (4) consecutive school years

    It aims to improve the three key result areas in basic education: access, quality, and governance

    The SIP is central in School-Based Management (SBM) and is prepared by the School-Community Planning Team (SPT)

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  • Q2

    It the decentralization of decision-making authority from central, regional, and division levels to the individual schools, with the intent of bringing together school heads, teachers, students, as well as parents, the local government units, and the community at large to improve learning outcomes through effective schools

    School Improvement Plan 

    Priority Improvement Areas (PIAs) 

    Continuous Improvement Projects

    School Based Management

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  • Q3

    Priority Improvement Areas (PIAs) are selected areas in school management, operations, and service delivery that need to be changed to improve the three key result areas in basic education: access, quality, and governance. A PIA is prioritized based on the following EXCEPT:

     urgency, magnitude, and feasibility

    availability of funds

    disparity with Division goals

    strategic importance

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  • Q4

    Successful planning and implementation are factors essential to effective governance. A school that is governed well results in the effective delivery of basic education services. Essentially, an effective school contributes to the attainment of three key result areas. It helps ensure that:

     1) every Filipino has access to complete basic education 

    2) every graduate is prepared for further education and the world of work 

    3) there is effective, transparent, and collaborative governance of basic education

    4)conducive and safe learning environment 

    5) adopts inclusivity

    1,2,3

    1,3,4,5

    1,2,3,4,5

    2,3,4

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  • Q5

    This phase of SIP involves small-scale testing then implementation of the solutions. Constant checking of the implementation progress is done in this phase as well.

    ACT

    ASSESS

    PLAN

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  • Q6

    This phase of SIP involves the preparation and writing of the SIP and AIP.  It is when the formulation of solutions and development of project designs are done

    ASSESS

    PLAN

    ACT

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  • Q7

    This phase of SIP is where the identification of the PIAs is done and the general objectives of the SIP are set. This phase includes listening to the voice of the learners and other stakeholders and analyzing the school data and processes to determine the root cause of each PIA.

    PLAN

    ACT

    ASSESS

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  • Q8

    The following is true about School Report Card except

    The information in the SRC are aligned with the indicators for the Performance-Based Bonus (PBB), the SRC itself shall be used as basis for the PBB

    The SRC is a comprehensive yet concise reporting tool. It has three parts: 1) school profile; 2) performance indicators measuring aspects of access, quality, and governance; and 3) status of school projects

    It is a tool for advocating and communicating the school situation, context, and performance to internal and external stakeholders to involve them in making the school a better place for learning

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  • Q9

    The following may be used in crafting the School Report Card :

    I. School Community Data Template

    II. Brigada Eskwela Form 1.1

    III. EBEIS

    IV. Child Friendly School Survey 

    V. SBM reports

    VI. CI reports

    I,II,III,IV,V

    I,III,IV,V,VI

    I,II,III,V,VI

    I,III,IV,V,VI

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  • Q10

    School Report Card should be presented at least ______ a year

    thrice

    twice

    once

    quarterly

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