Evaluation protocols

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Evaluation protocols

  1. 1. EVALUATION PROTOCOLS Ralph Tyler - he suggested a number of considerations when undertaking an evaluation The followings are his suggestions: 1. Objective Setting- there must be a clear objective why an evaluation has to be engaged.
  2. 2. Setting Objectives:  Objectives are supportive of goals and state the results of activities that must be performed to achieve the goals. Objectives are established jointly with other persons who must support them. Approval includes common agreement on how the results to be achieved are to be measured. Objectives are realistic, attainable,and flow from the goals. Objectives should be SMARTER:  S – Specific  M- Measurable  A- Attainable • R- Realistic  T- Time- framed  E- Essential  R-Relevant
  3. 3. 2. Expected Outcomes- are the list of situations which give the opportunity for the expression of behavior. 3. Appropriateness of Evaluation Tools- an instrument that would possibly fit both the objective and the expected outcomes. 4. Validity, Reliability, and Objectivity- are the usual bases for determining the acceptability of an evaluation instruments. An evaluation is valid if it measures what is supposed to measure. It has a high reliability if it could still be utilize or applied in future similar situations or events.
  4. 4. Some assessment strategies used by teachers: a. Paper and Pencil Test- (traditional) b. Performance based Strategy- (alternative) c. Oral as question and answer d. Personal Interaction- (authentic) e. Reflective Journal
  5. 5. Important aspects of Constructing Evaluation Instruments: 1. Making Table of Specifications- a test blue 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. print Selecting Standard Types Writing Standards Items Assembling the Standards Administering Evaluation Translating Evaluation Scores Reporting and Feed backing
  6. 6. Important aspects of Constructing Evaluation Instruments: 1. Making Table of Specifications- a test blue 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. print Selecting Standard Types Writing Standards Items Assembling the Standards Administering Evaluation Translating Evaluation Scores Reporting and Feed backing

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