Requirements for building Systemic Assessment -Content analysis of the course unites into concepts, and their related knowledge, skills, attitudes. --Determination of the size of the building - systemics[ Trigonal- Quadrilateral- ……] -Determinations of the types of relations between the given concepts.
General Advantages of Systemic Assessment 1- Assess students higher-order thinking skills in which students are required to analyze, synthesize, and evaluate 3- SA enables the students to build correct cognitive structure. 2- SA measures the students' ability to correlate between concepts.
4- SA enables the students to discover new relation between concepts. 5- SA reduces the students guessing the answer. 7-SA based on the psychometric, and eudiometric Domains. 6-SA gives students rapid feedback during the term about how well they are understanding the material.
8- SA assess the students in a wide range of Concepts in the course unites. 10- SA is very easy scored. 9- SA measures the overarching ILO,s, beside separate ILO,s.
- Systemic Sequencing Questions [SSQ, S]. - Synthesize Systemic relations between concepts, facts, issues, numbers… - Complete systemics - Analyze Systemic to its Components
I-Systemic Multiple Choice Questions [ SMCQ, s] - In SMCQ,s the student is provided with a question and a range of possible systemics and asked to choose correct systemic. - - Each systemic represents 3, 4 or 5 Relations between concepts, facts, issues.
Disadvantage : - Do not allow instructors to measure students' writing skills. - SMCQ,s reduces the students guessing the answer. Advantages: - SMCQ,s can measure various kinds of knowledge including students' ability to correlate between concepts,
- SMCQ,s can assess higher-order thinking Skills in which students are required to analyze, synthesize, and evaluate. - SMCQ,s scored with the machine. - SMCQ,s tests reduces anxiety and Promote mastery of the material
Guide lines for Writing good SMCQ,s 1-Specify objectives so that the questions can be specific and focused 2- Provide the information in the stem and keep the options as clear systemics. Avoid the use of negatives in the stem Put in the stem the information make the problem clear & specific.
5-Keep systemic options similar in size [triangular, or quadrilateral, or pentagonal systemics ] 6-Balance the placement of the correct answer. 7-Use very precise and unambiguous systemic relations
Put ( ) in front of the correct systemic diagram: The systemic diagram represents the correct relations between concepts (A D) is one of the following.
( ) A B E X Y Z a) D C ( ) A B E X Y Z b) D C
A, B, C, D are concepts. X, Y, Z, E are relations. Answer: a ( ) ( ) A B E X Y Z c) C C ( ) A B E X Y Z d) D C ILO : Analysis
( ) X a) ( ) X b) Example-1 : [Math.]: Put ( ) in front of the correct systemic diagram:
. Answer : a ( ) ( ) X c) ( ) X d) ILO: Analysis
Example-2[ Chem.]: Put ( ) in front of the correct systemic diagram:
Answer: b ( )
II-Systemic Multiple Response Questions [ SMRQ,s] ( SMCQs) involve the selection of more than one correct systemic from a group of systemics. Marking scheme: - Choices are marked as correct or incorrect. As in the MRQ,s
- Advantages, and Disadvantages The same as SMCQ,s... Guide lines for Writing good SMRQ,s The same as SMCQ,s
A, B, C, D are concepts.. X, Y, Z, E are relations.. Answer: a, c ( ) Learning Level: Evaluation Put ( ) in front of the correct systemics: Systemics of the relations between concepts (A D) are:
( ) X a) ( ) X b) Example-1 : [Math.]: Put ( ) in front of the correct systemic diagrams:
Answer : a & c ( ) ( ) X c) ( ) X d) ILO: Analysis
Example 2- [Chem.]: Systemics of correct chemical relations between Ethanol, Acetaldehyde, Acetylene, and Ethylene are.
Answer: a, b ( ) ILO: Analysis
III-Systemic True False Questions [STFQ,s ] -STFQ,s are well suited for testing student comprehension, synthesis and analysis.. - There is one right answer, gain 100% and one wrong answer gain 'none'. - (STFQs) require a student to assess whether a systemic is true or false.
Disadvantage : STFQ,s do not allow instructors to measure students' writing skills.. - Advantages: - Students can respond to many STFQ,s, covering a lot of concepts & facts and their relations in a short time.
- STFQ,s. scores are more reliable.. - Teacher's can easily score STFQ,s. STFQ,s can assess higher-order thinking skills in which students are able to analyze, synthesize, and evaluate.
Guide lines for Writing good [STFQ,s] - Writing TF Systemics include the following: - Systemics should be relatively simple. - TRUE- Systemics should be about the same size as FALSE-Systemics. - Arrange the Systemics so that there is no- discernible pattern of answers.
A, B, C, D are concepts. X, Y, Z, E are relations. Answer: True systemic are a, c ILO: Analysis Put ( ) in front of the correct systemics: Which of the following systemics are true and which are false:
( ) X a) ( ) X b) Example-1 : [Math.]: Which of the following systemics are true and which are false:
Answer : a & d ( ) ( ) X 2 X c) ( ) d) ILO: Analysis
Example 2-[Chem.]: Which of the following systemics are true and which are false:
IV-Systemic Multiple True False Questions [SMTFQ, s] MTFQ,s require the students to Select the responses (true or false systemic) - SMTFQ, s combines the building elements of SMCQ & STFQ. - MTFQ,s consists of clear stem and 4 or 5 true and false Systemic options
( ) X a) ( ) X b) Example-1 : [Math.]: The relations between the numbers :50,100,150,200 are presented systemically in the following systemics, Put ( ) in front of the correct systemic diagram,& (X) in front of the wrong
. Answer: a,d ( ) & b,c (x) ( ) X c) ( ) d) ILO: Analysis