The Department of Education (DepEd) has announced through DO 34, S. 2022 that the use of Most Essential Learning Competencies (MELCs) will still continue. However, the classroom assessment (Grading System) should follow DO 8, S. 2015. This means that the old Modified ECR Template is no longer valid because it doesn’t have input fields for quarterly assessment. We have to use the old and original Automated DepEd E-Class Record Templates for this school year.
DepEd E-Class Record Templates as per DO 8. S. 2015
In line with the implementation of DepEd Order No. 8, s. 2015 entitled Policy Guidelines on Classroom Assessment for the K to 12 Basic Education Program, the Department of Education (DepEd) provides Electronic Class Record Templates. These E-Class Record Templates (ECR), developed by teachers and other personnel who volunteered their time and talent, allow for the computation of grades consistent with the abovementioned DepEd Order. Read more about the provision of the ECR templates on DepEd Memorandum No. 60, s. 2015.
To ensure sustainability and minimize technical difficulty, the design was simplified using the essential feature in a spreadsheet file (excel). You can download these ECR Templates from the links below.
E-Class Record Templates (DepEd ECR for SY 2022-2023)
Download the Automated E-Class Record Templates for Elementary (Grades 1-6), Junior High (Grades 7-10), and Senior High (Grades 11-12) School Year 2022-2023 from the links below:
|Grade 1 ECR Templates||Download|
|Grade 2 ECR Templates||Download|
|Grade 3 ECR Templates||Download|
|Grade 4 ECR Templates||Download|
|Grade 5 ECR Templates||Download|
|Grade 6 ECR Templates||Download|
|Grade 7 ECR Templates||Download|
|Grade 8 ECR Templates||Download|
|Grade 9 ECR Templates||Download|
|Grade 10 ECR Templates||Download|
|Grade 11 ECR Templates||Download|
|Grade 12 ECR Templates||Download|
|More Free Downloadable Materials||Download|
These Electronic Class Record (ECR) Templates can help us, teachers, to save more time for the computation of the grades of our students. Let’s give our thanks and appreciation to the Department of Education (DepEd), especially those teachers and other personnel who developed these tools.
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