Event Title

Competency Level of Grade Six Teachers Based on Performance Evaluation Scorecard in Relation to Division Unified Testing Program (DUTP) Result

Presenter Information

Hyacinth Joy Chiu Espetacion

Session

Education and Development

Description

The study identified the competency level of grade six teachers based on performance evaluation scored and its relation to pupil’s Division Unified Testing Program (DUTP) result. The study was descriptivecorrelational in nature. The statistical tools used were the following: percentage, weighted mean μ, mean, spearman rank correlation coefficient,and Point-Biserial Correlation.The study found out that majority of the grade six teachers was female who are either young or old. Most of them have MA units and have been teaching for at least a year to ten years. The study revealed that majority of the grade six teachers were in the outstanding level based on their performance evaluation scorecard. The study also indicated that majority of the grade six pupils performed at the “beginning” level based on their DUTP result.The study also indicated that there is a low/slight relationship between the grade six teachers’ competency level based on the performance evaluation scored and their pupil’s Division Unified Testing Program (DUTP) result. However, Teachers’ profile has a negligible relationship to their levels of competence.

Keywords:

Competency Level, Performance Evaluation Scorecard, Division Unified Testing program

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-550-47-5

Location

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

Start Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

End Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2021.423

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Competency Level of Grade Six Teachers Based on Performance Evaluation Scorecard in Relation to Division Unified Testing Program (DUTP) Result

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

The study identified the competency level of grade six teachers based on performance evaluation scored and its relation to pupil’s Division Unified Testing Program (DUTP) result. The study was descriptivecorrelational in nature. The statistical tools used were the following: percentage, weighted mean μ, mean, spearman rank correlation coefficient,and Point-Biserial Correlation.The study found out that majority of the grade six teachers was female who are either young or old. Most of them have MA units and have been teaching for at least a year to ten years. The study revealed that majority of the grade six teachers were in the outstanding level based on their performance evaluation scorecard. The study also indicated that majority of the grade six pupils performed at the “beginning” level based on their DUTP result.The study also indicated that there is a low/slight relationship between the grade six teachers’ competency level based on the performance evaluation scored and their pupil’s Division Unified Testing Program (DUTP) result. However, Teachers’ profile has a negligible relationship to their levels of competence.