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1 (FOR CLASSES VI TO VIII) CONTINUOUS ANDCOMPREHENSIVEEVALUATION(CCE)(FOR CLASSES VI TO VIII)
2 Concept of EvaluationObjectivesLearningExperiencesEvaluation
3 The Present Status of Assessment Mismatch between curricular goals and assessment content.Domination of Paper Pencil test and no focus on oral and performance test.The test results do not impact on teaching because the next stage of syllabus will be tested on the next examination.The assessment do not focus during learning but after learning (after completion of unit / term) and helps in categorizing the students as based performance.
4 information and learning reproduced from the textbooks. Education seen astransmission ofinformation and learningreproduced fromthe textbooks.
5 Grading in place of marks (Marks based grading system). CCE and Examination ReformsFollowing are the proposed reforms as a part of implementation of CCEMaking examinations more flexible an integrated into classroom teaching through formative assessment.Ensuring that learning is shifted away from rote methods and memory oriented and focus on self expression.Grading in place of marks (Marks based grading system).Assessment of subject specific academic standards / competencies rather than information.Questions which are analytical and open ended which discriminate children of various abilities.
6 The assessment tools are not only pen paper The assessment tools are not only pen paper but also oral, projects, observations,portfolios, class work, activity reports etc.Evaluation made comprehensive including co- curricular areas such as Art Education, Games and sports, Work Experience, Value Education etc.Evaluation made continuous and now become part of teaching through formative assessment.Progress report compresses with descriptive statement on children performance covering all curricular areas.
7 What is CCE? Continuity in assessment Behavioral outcomes CCE refers to a system of school based assessment that covers all aspects of students growth and development. The main aim is to find out how far the curricular goals were achieved.It emphasizes two fold objectivesContinuity in assessmentBehavioral outcomes
8 CCE comprises three areas a) Continuous b) comprehensive c) evaluationContinuous Assessment is regular andperiodical. Evaluation of students growthand development is continuous processrather than an event, built into the totalteaching learning process and spread overthe entire span of academic session..
9 Evaluation is assessment of child in all aspects. Comprehensive is a holistic approach covers both scholastic and co-scholastic areas. It provides ample opportunity for the child to blow in all areas.Evaluation is assessment of child in all aspects.
10 What is to be Assessed?The total feed back on child’s learning includes:The child’s learning and performance in differentsubject domains.The child’s skills, interests, attitudes, motivationetc.The changes that are happening in the learningprocess and behavior of the child and thedevelopments that have occurred in a stipulatedperiod of time.The reaction of the child to the different contextsand opportunities in and out of the school.
11 Curricular Areas for Assessment Mother tongue–(Telugu/Urdu/Hindi…)Second languageThird languages – EnglishMathematicsScienceSocial Studies
12 Art and Culture Education (Arts, Crafts, Music and Dance)Health, Physical Education, Yogaand MeditationWork Experience, ICTEthics, Values and Life Skills
13 Types of AssessmentFormative AssessmentSummative Assessment
14 Formative AssessmentFA is an on-going assessment through out the unit, the purpose is to improve the instruction and provide feedback to the students. FA is a check for understanding. FA helps us to distinguish between teaching and learning.
15 Some of the main features of formative assessment Is diagnostic and remedial and in the form oral, written andperformance.Encourages students to understand the criteria that will beused to judge their work.Offers an opportunity to students to improve their workafter feedback.Helps students to support their peers.Formative Assessment is Assessment for learning andassessment as learning.
16 THE TECHNIQUES AND TOOLS FOR FA DAILY OBSERVATION AND ORAL WORK MPROJECTS AND EXPERIMENTS MCHILDREN WRITTEN WORK MSLIP TEST M( It is a casual unannounced testin the classroom period)
18 Summative Assessment Summative assessment takes place after a period of instruction and requires making a judgmentabout the learning that has occurred. It is to takeplace at end of term semester or school year.Special learning outcomes and standards arereference points and grade levels may be thebench marks for reporting. This is assessment oflearning.SA measures the student competency. It guagethe students progress towards course or gradelevel and bench marking.
19 terminal test in nature and shall be conducted thrice in a Summative assessment is aterminal test in nature andshall be conducted thrice in ayear namely, SA1, SA2 andSA3.
20 CCE and New Textbooks The new textbooks are based on academic standards and supports CCE.The textbook supports for undertakingFormative Assessment i.e., projects,experiments, field investigations, research /information and other academic tasks.Syllabus and appropriate material forundertaking co-curricular areas and theirassessment.