Get weekly updates via email!
tip of the day SAT 25 OCT 14
Want to get an edge at work? Attend seminars, immersions, and training sessions provided by your office to hone your skills.
  • Good House Keeping
    Judy Ann Santos-Agoncillo returns to our cover this September issue and gets candid about money, marriage, and motherhood.
    Good Housekeeping
  • Women's Health
    Drop two sizes fast—with simple exercises you can do at home! This month's ultimate weight-loss special shows you how. Plus, real women share how you, too, can shed and keep off excess weight for good.
    Women's Health
GIRLTALK

Author Topic: Grading System K12 (KPUP)  (Read 7020 times)

lilsaintsm0m

  • Junior GirlTalker
  • ***
  • Posts: 336
  • is a mother and everything else after that..
Grading System K12 (KPUP)
« on: October 04, 2013, 09:00:17 AM »
Anong say nyo sa grading system na ito? My son's shool will be adapting this KPUP (Knowledge Process Understanding Product) system ngayong 2nd quarter. I find t so complicated. Also the grades would be alphabetized. Mahirap ito when it comes to ranking for honors kc.Pati mga schoolwork iba na din. Tests are going to be essay type. My kid is in grade 1 lang.The assessment shall be done at four levels and shall be weighted as follows: Level of AssessmentPercentage WeightKnowledge15%Process or Skills25%Understanding(s)30%Products/Perfromances30%Total100. :-\

phexchanger

  • GirlTalker
  • **
  • Posts: 111
Re: Grading System K12 (KPUP)
« Reply #1 on: October 12, 2013, 09:37:51 AM »
Kahit naman po alphabetized grades ang nakalagay sa card, may numerical equivalent pa rin naman sa records ng teachers. Alphabetized na rin kasi sa mga anak ko pero alam pa rin ang ranking nila.

 

ADVERTISEMENT
follow us
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
Featured Articles
5 Steps to Financial Fitness in Tough Times
Instead of grumbling about the plight of the peso and dwelling on the negative, try these helpful tips to stay afloat. Remember--a little discipline goes a long way!
You're the breadwinner: Now what?
You want the freedom to spend your money as you wish but you know that if you don’t bring home the bacon, no one else will.
Getting money-wise: Why women are naturally capable of managing cash
She works hard for the money but she doesn’t know how to invest it. Here, Pearlsha Abubakar tells us why women are capable of managing their money well, but don’t. Read and get smart with your money.
Never go broke again! The FN guide to financial freedom-forever!
Fear not bankruptcy or eternal dependence on your parents (or a man!). There's a financial strategy for everybody. Read and get money-wise.
Wise up: Start your own business!
Tired of living from paycheck to paycheck? Why not go into business? Read on and find out how just a little cash can become a lot.