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lilsaintsm0m

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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. :-\

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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.

 

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