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B.

Description of the system used in evaluating and improving the quality


of the program including:
1. Role of Administrator
Establish that an assessment program is important at the institution
Ensure colleges mission and goals reflect focus on student learning
Intutionalize the practice of data driven decision making (curriculum change,
pedagogy, planning, budget program review)
Create a neutral, safe environment for dialogue
Role of Researcher
Help faculty improve their assessment efforts
Facilitate dialogue- train and explain
Assist in the selection/design and validation of assessment instruments
Role of Faculty

Focus on assessment as continuous improvement cycle


Make your learning expectation explicit
Realize you are in a learning process
Use assessment opportunities to teach as well as to evaluate
Dialogue with colleagues about assessment methods and data
Respects diverse talents and ways of learning

Integration of recent trends and development


Redesigning of the curriculum according to the new CMO and the K-12
Program
Provides an exploration of current professional issues in nursing,
specifically student will develop advance knowledge about the
complex issues of nursing within multi-disciplinary practice in a variety
of surrounding environments.
Students will assess the vision of the future of nursing and examine
technical, educational and organizational issues that arise.
C. INTSRUCTIONAL, PROCESS, METHODOLOGIES, AND LEARNING
OPPORTUNITIES
Course Code
Description
Date approved
Subject where
used
NCS 100, MATH1
Papers that the
JUNE 2014
Anatomy and
CHM 1&3 PHYS 103,
students will fill up
Physiology, College
COMP.11,MAT 3
during class hours
Algebra,
Activity sheets
Chemistry/Biochemis
try, General Physics,
Nursing Informatics,
Biostatistics
NCS 100, MATH1
Compiled papers of
APRIL 2013
Anatomy and
CHM 1&3 PHYS 103,
the topics in one
Physiology, College
COMP.11,MAT 3
subject
Algebra,
Workbook
Chemistry/Biochemis
try, General Physics,
Nursing Informatics,
Biostatistics
NCM 100A,MPR 1,
Bounded papers
JUNE 2010
Fundamentals of
NCS 100,
which guide the
Nursing,
students in the
Microbiology,
Manual
performance of their
Anatomy and
tasks in the
Physiology
classroom
All subjects
Compiled summaries
JUNE 2014
All subjects

Modules

All subjects
Electronic
Materials

of the different
topics of the
course/subject
This are materials
which uses
electricity which aid
the teacher and
students in the
teaching learning
process such as
Projectors,
Computers,
Electronic
Mannequins, and
models

MAY 2011

All Subjects

D. TEACHING STRATEGIES USED TO FACILITATE LEARNING


TEACHING STRATEGY
Lecture discussion with the use of
OHP/PowerPoint presentation

Demonstrating a concepts and or skill


Case Analysis
Presenting Facts, Concepts, And Skills

Conducting Recitation
Facilitating Student Role Plays

SUBJECTS WHRE STRATEGY IS


EMPLOYED
Fundamentals of Nursing, Microbiology,
Anatomy and Physiology, Nursing
Informatics, Strategies in Health
Education, Filipino,
Fundamentals of Nursing,
Care of Mother Child and Family,
Biostatistcs, Nursing Research
Fundamentals of Nursing, Asian
Civilization, Human Anatomy and
Physiology, Panitikang Pilipino
Math subjects, Science Subjects, etc.
Community Health Nursing, English
subjects, Filipino, Asian Civilization

E. ASSESSMENT OF ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE


1. LIST OF EVALUATION MEASURES TO ENSURE THAT THE STUDENTS
PERFORMANCE

Announced and unannounced quizzes


Chapter test
Summative test
Periodical test
Graded Class recitation

2. DESCRIPTION OF A SYSTEM TO VALIDATING/IMPROVING TEST AND


OTHER EVALUATION INSTRUMENT
Before giving a test a Table of Specifications (TOS) is made. After the
test was given an item analysis was done.
F.CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
1. Description of system to ensure effective classroom management
Classroom Routines
Administration routines (Students attendance record)
Students movement in and out of the classroom
Classroom cleanliness (DUTY ROSTER)
Teachers interaction (ways to seek help and answer question)

2. Maintaining Classroom Management


Encourage the students involvement

Clear rules and instructions, shows demonstration


Explanation on ways of completing assignments
Monitoring students activities
Giving respond to the students (compliment)

Ways of preventing students problems


Teachers eye contact with the students (students realize the
teacher is watching them)
Teacher monitors the students activities simultaneously
Benefit the students free time (give them works)

Effective communication
No misconception between the teacher and students
Movement, face and body expression, voice intonation
If students do not satisfied with the teacher. They can raise hand
and tell the teacher politely, and ask to meet the teacher after
having their class
Teacher should respect and give suitable response
Teacher becomes an active listener and empathy towards the
students
3. Monitoring student Progress
Keeping attendance record, record quizzes, periodical exams,
grades
Doing individual conferences with the students about their
classroom performance
Meeting of the parents of the students to report the classroom
performance of their children
4. Developing responsibility and initiative among students
Assigning class beadle
Electing class officers
Assigning daily cleaners
5. Enhancing the pedagogical skills of the faculty
Attending seminars and training

G. GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
An application for graduation commencement must be completed by
the date indicated on the academic calendar which is located in the academic
calendar section of the catalog. Students must be actively enrolled in the semester
that they graduate and meet the requirements of the degree, or they must meet the
requirements that are in place at the time they request the degree granted.

Complete a minimum of 122 semester hours, with the last 31 hours to


be earned at NCF.
Complete all courses required by the NCF College of Nursing
Must passed all the subjects taken without grade below 75%
Summary of RLE hrs.
Must have completed the cases in OR-DR and Newborn Care

No Back accounts

H.ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT FOR EFFECTIVE INSTRUCTIONS

Creation of standardized
Appraisal Tool

Performance

Evaluation

and

Faculty performance appraisal is a written evaluation of the facultys


members job performance. It may include the supervisors comments and
recommendations, an action plan for both employee and supervisor and
performance goals for the next evaluation period. Information derived from the
performance appraisal shall be considered when making decisions affecting
member concerning the needs, continued assignments and opportunities for
advancement.
Performance appraisal should be completed upon the following;
a. After the initial probationary period
b. On or about each anniversary date of employment
c. When the faculty member is transferred or promoted to e new
position
d. When the faculty member is assigned to e new supervisor
In summary, faculty appraisal is conducted as means is to enhance the job
performance of each individual faculty member and as route to improvement the
organizational effectiveness and overall operation of the school. It is further
designed to reinforce TEAM MANAGEMENT approach and validate managements
commitment to a mutually supportive environment. The appraisal process is
designed to gather vital information and measurements about staff activities and
school operations useful to managements purpose in bettering the faculty output,
working conditions, faculty morale, and inner working of the school community as a
whole.
Undergo Faculty and staff development program, sponsored by
administration or other institution such as K-12 Program Implementation training
Program.

I. DESCRIPTION OF THE FACULTY PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SYSTEM

NAGA COLLEGE FOUNDATION


M.T. Villanueva Ave., Naga City 4400, Philippines

Name of Instructor:___________________________________________________________

Instruction: This instrument shall be used by the faculty concerned for self,
evaluation by the peers, his supervisor and his student beneficiaries to evaluate his
teaching effectiveness.
In using the criteria, the scale of 1 to 5 is used with 5 as the highest. The
equivalents are as follows:
QUALITY INDEX
5- Excellent
4- Very Satisfactory
3- Satisfactory

2- Fair
1- Poor

CRITERIA

A.THE TEACHER
1. Commands respect by example in appearance,
manner, behavior and language
2. Communicates effectively with students and
demonstrate appropriate interactive skills
a. Speaks with modulated voice
b. Shows mastery of the medium instructions
c. Engages and sustain students interest
d. Speaks confidently
3. Shows mastery of the subject matter
4. Demonstrates ability to answer questions
5. Welcome suggestions, opinions, and ideas of the
students
6. Maintain professional competency
B. TEACHING PROCEDURE
7. Shows thorough preparation of the lesson through
organized and spontaneous presentation of the
lesson
8. Uses of variety of innovative strategies and
technology in presenting lesson
9. Shows ability to relate the subject to other fields of
thorough and current developments and to show
students relevance of the subject to life-long
learning
10.Manifest ability to provoke critical thinking
11.Ability to motivate active participation
12.provides feedback on students performance
promptly (returns test papers and project promptly,
conducts conferences, give students short notes
regarding their performance
13.Provide a synthesis of the lesson and prepares
students for the next
14.Provides quality clinical supervision including
maintaining appropriate documentation
C. CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
15.Shows concern for the physical environment (turn
off the lights and electric fans; room neatness,
orderliness and purposeful use.)
16.Promotes an atmosphere that is relaxed
17.Starts and ends the class on time
18.Enforces
order
and
discipline
like
seating
arrangement, raising of hands, passing papers, etc.
D. ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES
19.Participates in college committees
20.Participates in organizing and conducting any
college functions/activities
21.Attends professional conference/staff development
programme and updates professional knowledge.
E. RESEARCH
22.Participates in conducting research, demonstrates
interest in publishing scholarly articles, guides
students in their research work
TOTAL

J. DESCRIPTION OF STRATEGIES TO RECOGNIZE STUDENTS WITH


EXEMPLARY PERFOMANCE ACHIEVEMENTS

Creation of an awards committee,

Submission of the students of their portfolio containing their academic


performance, curricular, co-curricular and extracurricular activities and
achievements
AWARDS/RECOGNITION
ACADEMIC

SPONSORS/DONORS

NON ACADEMICS

Summa Cum Laude, Magna


Cum Laude, Cum Laude

Departmental Service Award

Gov. Villafuerte Award for


Academic Excellence

Deans Listers

Outstanding in Community
Involvement

Melchor T. Villanueva Award


Academic Excellence

Outstanding College Students

Advocacy Award

Mayoral Award for Outstandi


Students

Excellence In Clinical Practice

Sports Award

BAYER Young Environmental


Award

Outstanding in Clinical Practice

Journalism Award

K. LIST OF RECOGNITION/ AWARDS