Presentation on theme: "CONTINUOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION – CCE. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has implemented Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE)"— Presentation transcript:
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has implemented Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) scheme from classes I to X in all the schools. What is CCE or Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation? It refers to a system of school based evaluation of a student that covers all aspects of a student development. It is a developmental process of student which emphasizes on two fold objectives- Continuity in evaluation & Behavioural outcomes assessment of broad based learning
In Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation the term Continuous means Regularity of assessment Frequency of unit testing Diagnosis of learning gaps Retesting and feedback of evidence to teacher Retesting and feedback of evidence to students for self- evaluation Use of corrective measures
The second term Comprehensive means that the scheme attempts to cover both Scholastic and Co-scholastic aspects of the students growth and development. Since abilities, attitudes and aptitudes can manifest themselves in forms other than the written word, the term refers to application of variety of tools and techniques (both testing and not testing ) and aims at assessing a learners development in areas of learning like Knowledge Understanding Applying Analyzing Evaluating Creating
Scholastic Assessment Formative Assessment Summative Assessment (Flexible timing) (Written, end of term) ToolsTechniques Questions Observation schedule Interview schedule Checklist Rating scale Anecdotal records Document analysis Tests and inventories Portfolio analysis Examination Assignments Quizzes and competitions Projects Debates Elocution Group discussions Club activities Experiments Research Objective type Short answer Long answer
Part 1:Scholastic Assessment There will be two terms First Term – April to September Second Term – October to March i.e. the Scholastic assessments are done twice a year in the months of September and March. The assessment is done in the spheres of Languages like English, Hindi and Punjabi, Math, Science / EVS, S.St., Information Technology and General Knowledge. The assessments will be indicated in grades.
Type of assessment Percentage of weighting in academic session Month Term wise weighting First Term Formative Assessment 1 (FA1) Formative Assessment 2 (FA2) Summative Assessment 1 (SA1) 10% 30% April - May July – August September FA 1 + FA 2 = 20% SA 1 = 30% Second Term Formative Assessment- 3 (FA3) Formative Assessment 4 (FA4) Summative Assessment 2 (SA2) 10% 30% October – November January – February March FA 3 + FA 4 = 20% SA 2 = 30% Part 1:Evaluation of Scholastic Areas Total :Formative Assessments (FA) = FA1 + FA2 + FA3 + FA4 = 40% Summative Assessment (SA) = SA1 + SA2 = 60%
The grading scale of the scholastic areas is on nine point grading scale. GradeMarks RangeGrade point A191- 10010.0 A281-909.0 B171-808.0 B261-707.0 C151-606.0 C241-505.0 D33-404.0 E121-323.0 E200-202.0
2 (A): Life Skills 2 (B): Work Education 2 (C): Visual and Performing Arts 2 (D): Attitude and Values Self awareness Problem solving Decision making Critical thinking Creative thinking Interpersonal relationship Effective communication Empathy Managing emotions Dealing with stress towards teachers towards school mates towards school programmes and environment towards value systems 3. Co- Curricular Activities 3 (A) Activities (any two): Literary and Creative Skills Scientific Skills Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Organizational and Leadership skills 3 (B) Health & Physical Education Co-Scholastic Areas
Co-Scholastic attainments will be done on 5 points scale as follows: It will be done once in a session. GradeGrade Point A4.1 – 5.0 B3.1 – 4.0 C2.1 – 3.0 D1.1 – 2.0 E0 – 1.0
SUMMARY The Scholastic areas shall be assessed twice in a year on nine point scale. The Co-Scholastic areas shall be assessed once in a session on five point scale. The Record of Achievement (ROA) in March shall comprise of assessment in both Scholastic & Co- Scholastic aspects. The ROA in September will go in a single sheet consolidating the performance in scholastic areas only. Formative assessments in the form of quiz, debate, declamations, projects, presentations, research based questions, class assessments shall be happening regularly.
How you as parents can help? Encourage children to participate in all the activities and competitions held throughout the year. Motivate them and help them prepare for the activities. Provide an environment at home where child is encouraged to do the home assignment by himself / herself with minimal support. But nevertheless your guidance and monitoring is required. Motivate the children to attempt research based questions. Provide resources like books, encyclopedias and internet, so that the child is able to search the information by himself.
Never try to do difficult H.W. for your child. Let the child independently handle / face the problem. H.W. is regularly uploaded on the net, in case the child is on leave, the home assignments can be checked on school website. (www.smartwonderschool.com) Stay connected to the educators through school almanac / diary. Acknowledge all the notes written by educators with your signature. Encourage daily reading. Talk to your child about school and their learning.
The most important thing to remember through this period as parents is to constantly remind your child how much you love them and be there to provide comfort when they might feel a bit nervous. A simple routine with a healthy balance of outdoor play, relaxation, revision and a reassuring family is the key to success.
Parents as Partners Parents and educators share in the role of educating children. Parents play a key role in the reporting process. Communication and collaboration between home and school is an ongoing process. Positive and open communication between home and school will maximize the growth and development of your child.