Grading system

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Grading system

  1. 1. Grading System
  2. 2. Subjects Grades Units Mathematics 89 3 English 90 3 Science 88 3 Filipino 91 3 Principles of Teaching 86 3 Biology 85 3 Physical Education 82 2 Rizal 89 3 *Grades are in Percentage Form. *23 UNITS
  3. 3. Process: • Multiply the Grades to the Number of Units. • Get the average of Grades and the number of units • Divide its average to the total units (23)
  4. 4. =87.74 or 88
  5. 5. Decision Making- perhaps the most critical teaching skills * The key to being a good teacher lies in the decisions that the teachers make.
  6. 6. Roles of Grading 1. Evaluation – the grade claims to be valid, fair and trustworthy judgment about the quality of the students work 2. Communication – the grade communicates the teachers judgment of the students work 3. Motivation- because it affects the time and effort students spend, grading is a powerful part of the motivational structure of a course
  7. 7. 4. Organization – a grade helps mark transitions, bring closure and focus efforts for both teachers and students Teachers need to : • Establish clear and thoughtful criteria and standards to students work • Exercise professional judgment
  8. 8. Two Conflicting roles of teaching • Coaches • Judges * Teachers themselves are often judged by the grades they give
  9. 9. Two types of Grading  Norm Referenced Grading or Reflect Relative Performance - compare an examinee’s performance to that of other examinees. Criterion Referenced Grading or Reflect Absolute Performance - each examinee’s performance is compared to a pre-defined set of criteria or a standard.
  10. 10. Grading System from SDCA Grade %Equivalent 1.00……….. 98-100 1.25……….. 95-97 1.50……….. 92-94 1.75……….. 89-91 2.00……….. 86-88 2.25……….. 83-85 2.50……….. 80-82 2.75……….. 77-79 3.00……….. 75-76 5.00……….. Below 75 Interpretation Excellent Superior Very Good Good Very Satisfactory Satisfactory Average Fair Passed Failed
  11. 11. Grading System From CVSU Grade 1.00……….. 1.25……….. 1.50……….. 1.75……….. 2.00……….. 2.25……….. 2.50……….. 2.75……….. 3.00……….. 5.00……….. %Equivalent 95 93 90 89 85 83 80 78 75 FAILED Interpretation Excellent Superior Very Good Good Very Satisfactory Satisfactory Average Fair Passed Failed
  12. 12. Grading System from SDCA Grade %Equivalent 1.00……….. 98-100 1.25……….. 95-97 1.50……….. 92-94 1.75……….. 89-91 2.00……….. 86-88 2.25……….. 83-85 2.50……….. 80-82 2.75……….. 77-79 3.00……….. 75-76 5.00……..Below 75 Interpretation Excellent Superior Very Good Good Very Satisfactory Satisfactory Average Fair Passed Failed Grading System From CVSU Grade 1.00……….. 1.25……….. 1.50……….. 1.75……….. 2.00……….. 2.25……….. 2.50……….. 2.75……….. 3.00……….. %Equivalent 95 93 90 89 85 83 80 78 75 Interpretation Excellent Very Good Good Satisfactory Passing Grade
  13. 13. Four Questions in Grading 1. 2. 3. 4. (Corresponds to the Opinion of Ms. Svinicki) Should grades reflect absolute achievement level or achievement relative to others in the same class ? Should grades reflect achievement only or non academic components such as attitude, speed, and diligence? Should grade report status achieved or amount of growth? How can several grades on diverse skills combine to give a single mark?
  14. 14. Standardized Test Scoring Is a process by which a teacher or researcher made tests are validated and item analyzed
  15. 15. Two Types of Grading System Used in the Philippines 1) Cumulative Grading System – the grade of a student in a grading period equals his current grading period grade equals his current grading period grade which is assumed to have the cumulative effects of the previous grading periods
  16. 16. 2) Averaging Grading System- the grade of the student in a particular grading period equals the average of the grades obtained in the prior grading periods and the current grading period.

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