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Presentation given by Dr Kuldeep Agarwal, Director (Academics), National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) on July 15,2011 at WORLD EDUCATION SUMMIT (www.worldeducationsummit.net) in the School......

Presentation given by Dr Kuldeep Agarwal, Director (Academics), National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) on July 15,2011 at WORLD EDUCATION SUMMIT (www.worldeducationsummit.net) in the School Education Track: FROM CONVENTIONAL ASSESSMENT PRACTICES TO CONTINUOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION (CCE): A REVIEW OF BEST PRACTICES

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  • 1. From Conventional Assessment Practices to Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE): A Review of Best Practices Dr. Kuldeep Agarwal Director (Academic) National Institute of Open Schooling (an autonomous organization under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India)
  • 2. Ultimate/Real Aim of Education
    • All round Balanced Development of Personality (Physical, Intellectual, Emotional, Social, Moral, Spiritual) – Holistic Health
    • Cognitive Autonomy
    • Emotional Autonomy
    • Moral Autonomy
    • Economic Autonomy
  • 3. Conventional Assessment Practices
    • Stress on Summative Assessment, Formative Assessment more or less missing
    • Assessment not for learning but for pass/fail
    • Product important, not process
    • Assessment as an end in itself (not a tool for diagnosis/remediation/enrichment
    • Restricted to cognitive domain
    • Focus on knowledge, not on higher order outcomes/objectives
    • Stressful, not learner friendly
    • Aim at finding what the learner does not know, not what he/she knows
    • Restricted largely to Written Test/Answering Questions (not asking)
  • 4. Continuous Evaluation
    • Process more important than Product
    • Assessment not relying on one Summative Test/Examination
    • Evaluation a part of learning - Formative
    • Diagnostic for remediation/enrichment
    • Variety of Tools/Methods: observation, written, oral, Project, Group/Pair work
  • 5. Comprehensive Evaluation
    • Stress not merely on cognitive domain
    • Non-scholastic/co-scholastic aspects also important
    • Attempt at identifying and recognizing/rewarding individual talent/ability in diverse fields
  • 6. Examination Reform in Haryana
    • Semester System (Classes 6 th to 12th)
    • Relative Grading
    • CCE
    • Re-Evaluation
    • The word ‘Fail’ removed
  • 7. CCE (School Based Evaluation): Subject-wise
    • 20% weightage in Secondary/Senior Secondary and 30% in Middle in every subject
    • 4 components:
    • 2 unit tests (10 marks each)
    • Project Based Learning (30 marks)
    • Attendance (5 marks)
    • Participation in teaching-learning
    • process (5 marks)
    • 60 marks to be converted proportionately to 20/30
  • 8. ATTENDANCE
    • No marks for less than 75 % attendance (minimum required for appearing in exam)
    • 1 mark for 75-80 %
    • 2 marks for 81-85%
    • 3 marks for 86-90 %
    • 4 marks for 91-95 %
    • 5 marks for 96-100%
  • 9. PARTICIPATION IN TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESS
    • Teacher to assess
    • Attentiveness in class
    • Class work
    • Home Work
    • Other Assignments
  • 10. CCE: Co-curricular Activities
    • Encourage participation in co-curricular activities
    • 2 categories:
    • i) Sports & Games, NCC, NSS, Scouts
    • & Guides
    • ii) Artistic, Cultural, Literary &
    • Scientific Activities
    • To ensure that every child participates in at least 1 of each category
    • Participation in competitions/tournaments organized by Departments of Education & Sports
  • 11. CREDIT FOR EXCELLENCE IN CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
    • Up to 2% enhancement in GPA & Aggregate Marks
    • 0.5 % for participation at Zonal/Block level
    • 1% for 1 st, 2nd or 3rd position at zonal/block level or participation at District level
    • 1.5% for 1 st, 2nd or 3rd position at district level or participation at State level
    • 2% for 1 st, 2nd or 3rd position at State level or participation at national/international level
  • 12. NIOS Model of Continuous & Comprehensive Evaluation
    • Intext Questions/Terminal Exercises in every Unit/Lesson of study Materials for self-evaluation
    • Tutor Marked Assignments
    • Two public examinations in a year
    • On Demand Examination
    • Life Skills being incorporated/integrated into the curriculum & Study Materials of all subjects for comprehensive approach
  • 13. THANK YOU