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  1. 1. PRESENTS PRAYATAN 2013 A Seminar For Parents on CCE
  2. 2. The Importance of Partnerships I dreamed I stood in a studio And watched two sculptors there. The clay they worked was a young child’s mind, And they fashioned it with care. One was a teacher, the tools she used Were books and music and art; One a parent with a guiding hand, And a gentle, loving heart. And when at last the task was done, They were proud of what they had wrought, For the things they had moulded into the child Could neither be sold nor bought. And each agreed they may have failed If each had worked alone, For behind the teacher stood the school, And behind the parent, the family home.
  3. 3. WHAT IS CONTINUOUS COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION ?  Continuous and Comprehensive evaluation refers to a system of school based assessment that covers all aspects of student’s development  It emphasizes two fold objectives.  Continuity in evaluation and assessment of broad based learning.  Behavioral out come.
  4. 4. FEATURES OF CCE Continuous  Continual—from the beginning and during the instructional process Comprehensive  Covers both academic outcomes, social outcomes, and Life skills. • Scholastic - Subject specific areas. • Co-Scholastic - Life skills, attitudes & values and other co curricular activities Evaluation The scope of evaluation should include both scholastic and coscholastic areas, i.e. it should be comprehensive in nature. Evaluation is continuous and reveals the strengths and weaknesses of learners more frequently, so that the learners have better opportunity to understand and improve themselves.
  5. 5. Two dimensions of Learning Scholastic •Academic Co Scholastic •Life Skills •Attitudes and Values •Work experience •Physical and Health Education •Art Education
  6. 6. Scholastic Evaluation  Formative Assessment : • Assessment which is carried throughout the year by the teacher formally and informally  Summative Assessment: • End of term written exams
  7. 7. FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT (FA) It is mandatory that the teachers must use at least 3-4 different assessment tools during the term for each Formative Assessment (FA). Can comprise of : • Class work • Homework • Oral questions / Class Response • Quizzes • Projects / Group projects • Assignments/ Tests • Unit Test • Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) • Models / Charts / Collage
  8. 8. SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT(SA) Will be Term End Examination: • Curriculum and syllabus as circulated by the board • Question papers are sent by the CBSE. • Exams are conducted by the school • Evaluation of Answer scripts done within the school as per the marking scheme sent by the Board.
  9. 9. Scholastic Areas There will be two terms in both classes IX & X, the First Term will be from April - September and the Second Term from October – March Each term will have two Formative & one Summative Assessment. Six assessments are carried out in a session
  10. 10. Scholastic Grading Scale Assessment will be indicated in Grades. The CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average) will be provided An indicative equivalence of Grade Point and Percentage of marks can be computed as follows: Subject wise indicative percentage of marks = 9.5 x GP of the subject Overall indicative percentage of marks = 9.5 x CGPA
  11. 11. Note : The grades for each Co-Scholastic Area is given on the basis of a Checklist provided by the CBSE. Points on scale of 1 to 5 are given for each point and Average is calculated and converted into Grade.
  12. 12. ‘5’ stands for desirable behaviour and ‘1’ for the undesirable one
  13. 13. ‘5’ stands for desirable behaviour and ‘1’ for the undesirable one
  14. 14. ‘5’ stands for desirable behaviour and ‘1’ for the undesirable one
  15. 15. Policy of Up-scaling of Grades in Scholastic areas on the basis of grades obtained in Co-scholastic areas S. No. Domains Grade points in Co-scholastic Areas/ Activities 01. Life skills 3 X 5 = 15 02. Work Education 1X5=5 03. Visual & Performing Arts 1X5=5 04. Attitude & Values 4 X 5 = 20 05. Co-curricular activities 2 X 5 = 10 06. Health & Physical Education 2 X 5 = 10 Total 65
  16. 16. The following scheme will be followed for up-scaling the grades in Scholastic areas based on grades in CoScholastic area. a)Those Students who get total grade points in coscholastic areas/ activities in the range 53-65 may benefit by getting upgraded to the next higher grade in two subjects in scholastic areas. b)Those students who get total grade points in the range 40-52, may benefit by getting upgraded to the next higher grade in one subject in scholastic area.
  17. 17. Up-scaling the grades in Scholastic areas: c)The upscaling of Grade in Scholastic Areas is applicable in the Five Main Subject only (i.e. excluding Additional 6th Subject). d) No Grade should will be up-scaled twice. e) No up-scaling is done if the Grade obtained in the subject is E2 or A1. f) Upscaling is done from lowest grade to next higher grade and so on. (Example : E1 be upscaled to D, D to C2, C2 to C1, C1 to B2, B2 to B1, B1 to A2 and A2 to A1)
  18. 18. Details of FAs & SAs for Classes IX and X Type of assessment Percentage of weighting in academic session Month First Term Formative Assessment 1 Task 1 & 2 (10 + 10 marks) Task 3 -Holidays’ HW (20 marks ) (20marks) Formative Assessment 2  Task 4 - Unit Test 1 (30) (converted to 20 marks)  Task 5 , 6 (10 +10) (20 marks) Summative Assessment 1 IX-X (90 marks) Second Term Formative Assessment 3 Task - Unit Test 1 (30) (converted to 20 marks) Task 8 (10 marks) Project – Aspect of all subjects (10 marks) Formative Assessment 4 PSA (IX & X) Summative Assessment 2 IX-X (90 marks) April – May 10% July –August 10% September 30% October - December January -February March Total: Formative Assessments ( FA) = FA1+FA2+ FA3+FA4 = 40% Summative Assessments (SA) = SA1+SA2 = 60% 10% 10% 30%
  19. 19. Promotion Policies • SA1+SA2 = 25% (45 / 180 ) {must not have E2 grade } NOTE : If student is scoring less than 22.5 marks in SA1 then he has to cover up the balance in SA2 . • FA1 + FA2 = 33 % • FA3 +FA4 = 33% • Overall Grade(FA + SA) for promotion is D (33%) • Note – Class IX grades are also shown in the Class X report card issued by the CBSE
  20. 20. Total Grade point = 64 so two subjects were upgraded from grade B1 to A2 Indicated by **
  21. 21. Total Grade point = 64 so two subjects were upgraded from grade B1 to A2
  22. 22. ‘Problem Solving Assessment’ (CBSE-PSA) Will be held on 18th January, 2014 (Saturday)  It will be compulsory for all students of Classes IX and carry 90 marks.  There will be 60 items of MCQ type.  It will assess the following areas:Quantitative Reasoning (found in mathematics, science and technology) Qualitative Reasoning (found in humanities, arts and social sciences) Language Conventions  There is no specific syllabus for Problem Solving Assessment (CBSE-PSA).  This score will be reflected in one Language( English or Hindi), Mathematics, Science & Social Science. The same score will be reflected in FA-4 for class IX and Class X.  The students will have the option to improve their PSA Score in Class X, as they can sit for the test with Class IX students of the Session 2013-2014 in January – February 2014. The best scores will be reflected in the final certificate in case of those applying for improvement.
  23. 23. CBSE Students Global Aptitude Index (Class X) • SGAI is aimed to empower a child with “self knowledge” in terms of the Aptitude and Interest, to enable the child in making informed subjects choices. • Facilitate the career exploration process of students • CBSE SGAI is a collection of aptitude indices designed for students of class X in CBSE affiliated schools to broadly assess: • Scientific Aptitude • Numerical Aptitude • Social Aptitude • Behavioral Science Aptitude • Art Aptitude • Interest Profile • A student appears for a simple paper and pencil indicator having multiple choice items. The total duration of the CBSE SGAI in about 2-2.5 hours. SGAI will be held in the month of November 2013
  24. 24. OPEN BOOK TEST( Class IX) • 10 marks for open-text-based assessment (OTBA). • The OTBA section will comprise of text material accompanied by 2-3 questions based on that text. • The questions based on text will be of higher order thinking skills requiring students to apply learning to the situations given in the article/ report/ case study and draw inferences/conclusions there from. • The questions based on the text will be open ended, extrapolative, inferential and look at personal response justifying a point of view.
  25. 25. Be a vigilant, attentive & an aware parent. • Little supervision at home can help the child to get good marks. • Parents must ask the child regarding his subject related problems; • See their notebooks even if you don’t understand the subject. This will ensure that he completes the class work & home work assigned to him. • Check his diary regularly because it is the communication channel between you & the teacher. • The work of your ward should be up to mark. Make sure that assignments & tasks given are submitted on time. • You should ensure that he prepares & follows the Home Time Table regularly. • Incase tuition is required be aware about the tutor & regularly check the progress & regularity of the child. • Presents like Mobile phones & Motor cycle do more harm than good. Even if you felt the need to give it to the child, be watchful as to how the child is using them, such as go through the summary of the phone calls & be alert regarding the same
  26. 26. Ask the children to “set goals” – work hard, sincerely & consistently in a disciplined manner & soon they will achieve their goals in not just academics but in life “Children Learn What They Live” If children live with Criticism, they learn to Condemn. If children live with Hostility, they learn to Fight. If children live with Praise, they learn to Appreciate. If children live with Encouragement, they learn to be Confident.
  27. 27. CBSE Websites • • Any Questions & doubts are welcome Thank You.