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Changing the social meaning of Assessment

Changing the social meaning of Assessment

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  • 1. CBT Assessment TRAINING WORKSHOP  Seth O Asamoah(COTVET)
  • 2. Ice Breaker Correct, rebuke, and encourage with great patience, and careful instruction. (2 Timothy 4:2)
  • 3. Concept of Assessment Assessment for learning (Diagnostic & formative) Assessment as learning Assessment of learning (Feedback) (Summative)
  • 4. Assessment of LearnersWhy Assess? to enable assessors to determine next steps in advancing student learningAssess What? each student’s progress and learning needs in relation to the curricular outcomes(standards)What Methods? a range of methods in different modes that make students’ attitude, skills and understanding visibleEnsuring Quality •accuracy and consistency of observations, performance and products •interpretations of student learning (internal verification) • clear, detailed learning expectations • accurate, detailed notes for descriptive feedback to each studentUsing the •Monitor and maintain standards, Plan LearningInformation • Identify strengths and weakness •Provide information to employers •Measure individual attainment •Provide feedback to learners
  • 5. CBT ASSESSMENTCBT assessment is the process of collecting evidence of learner performance, upon which an assessor judges whether or not, or the extent to which, a learner has met the performance requirements
  • 6. CBT ASSESSMENT STEPS Responsibility for assessment Timing for assessment Quality Assurance in assessment Integration of assessment Re-assessment
  • 7. THE ASSESSMENT PROCESS Get to know the units Plan the assessment Select the instruments of assessment Collect the evidence Judge the evidence Achievement of the unit
  • 8. FACTORS AFFECTING THE FAIRNESSOF ASSESSMENT Credible Assessment Valid Reliable Practicable Equitable and fair
  • 9. PLANNING FOR ASSESSMENT Planning for assessment:Discuss with the learnerDiscuss with other assessorsDiscuss with other facilitatorsDiscuss with internal verifierIdentifying opportunities to carry out assessment
  • 10. QUALITY ASSURANCE Quality assurance is a mechanism used to ensure that learners receive appropriate service of such quality. Below are involved in the quality assurance of assessment process: Assessor Internal verifier External verifier System verifier
  • 11. BEST PRACTICE IN ASSESSMENTGiving feedback promptlyInvolving the learner in the assessment processIntegrated assessmentLiteracy skills
  • 12. CHECKLIST FOR BEST PRACTICE These questions should help you reflect on ways to ensuring best practice:What is the purpose of assessment?What is the role of the assessment in the programme of learning?Have you thought about your own practice?
  • 13. Thank YouFeedback/Feed forward Comments