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Good Morning  Cce
Good Morning  Cce
Good Morning  Cce
Good Morning  Cce
Good Morning  Cce
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Good Morning  Cce
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Good Morning  Cce
Good Morning  Cce
Good Morning  Cce
Good Morning  Cce
Good Morning  Cce
Good Morning  Cce
Good Morning  Cce
Good Morning  Cce
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Good Morning  Cce
Good Morning  Cce
Good Morning  Cce
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  • 1. GOOD MORNINGLuck is when opportunity knocks and you answer. - Anonymous
  • 2. INTRODUCTION
  • 3. AIMS OF EDUCATIONEducation as a planned endeavour, at a personal level on a small or institutional level on a large scale, aims at making children capable of becoming active, responsible, productive and caring members of society.They are made familiar with the various practices of the imparting the relevant skills and ideas.Ideally education is supposed to encourage the students to analyze their experiences, to doubt, to question, to investigate- in other words, to be inquisitive and to think independently. NCF 2005 NCERT
  • 4. CCEC-CONTINUOUSC- COMPREHENSIVEE- EVALUVATIONAll progress occurs because people dare to be different. -Harry Milner
  • 5. REFORMS AND RECOMMENDATIONS Commissions on education policies- 1882 to1992 CABE committee on policy by MHRD, Govt of India. NPE –suggested CCE for internal assessment of students in scholastic and non-scholastic areas. Continuous – growth and development process. Comprehensive- scholastic and co-scholastic aspects of students. Holistic development is fantastic development. -RK Srivastav
  • 6. Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation that incorporates both scholastic and non-scholastic aspects of evaluation spread over the span of instructional time. - -NPE-1986 Learning without burden. - - National Advisory Committee Boards should consider as a long term measure making Class X exam optional thus permitting students in same school( who do not need a board certificate) to take an internal school exam instead. - - NCF-2005 The X grade exam be made optional . - - NCERT-2006. FAILURE IS A SUCCESS IF WE LEARN FROM IT. - MALCOM FORBES.
  • 7. CONTINUOUS It takes care of continual and periodicity aspect of evaluation. It means- assessment in beginning (Placement evaluation) assessment during teaching (formative evaluation)Periodicity means- at the end of unit/term (summative ) diagnostic evaluationContinuous evaluation helps in – regular assessment, diagnosis, strength and weakness, decision making for choice of subjects, course, careers, awareness, family problems. TO BE PREPARED IS HALF VICTORY.- M DE CERVANTES
  • 8. SCHOLASTIC ASSESSMENT Assignments, Orals, Projects, Quizzes, Research work in group.
  • 9. CO- SCHOLASTIC ASSESSMENT Social skills, Emotional skills, Life skills, Thinking skills . Values-Towards Teachers, Peers, Programs, Environment , Property. Clubs, Creative & literary Activities. If there is no struggle, there is no progress. -F. Douglas
  • 10. ASSESSMENT KINDS 1.SUMMATIVE Assessment that has increasingly been used to sum up learning.. Looks at the past achievements, adds procedures/ tests to existing work, involves only marking and gives feedback to students , carried out at intervals when achievement has to be summarized and reported. Who dares to teach must never cease to learn. -JOHN COTTON DANA
  • 11. 2.FORMATIVE Used essentially to feed back into the teaching learning process. Includes both feed back and self-monitoring. Provides feedback which makes students to recognizing the learning gap and closing it , it is forward looking. Assessment carried out frequently and is planned at the as the same time teaching.A good system shortens the road to a goal. -ORISON SWETT MARDEN
  • 12. CCE FORMATSchool based Evaluation CCE for Primary classes (I –V) –CBSE CIR.5/1825/04 CCE for Middle classes (VI- VIII)- CBSE CIR.2/06. CCE for Secondary classes (IX-X)-CBSE CIR. 09New Scheme has been in effect w.e.f oct 09 for Academic session 2009-10.CCE card to be issued at the end by BOARD in 2011.A consensus means that everyone agrees to say collectively what no one believes individually. -ABBA EBRAN
  • 13. SCHOOL BASED EVALUATION FORIX –X ONCE IN EACH YEAR PART-1 Scholastic Attainments for IX-X in grades and percentile rank. PART-1A 2 FA 10% EACH , 1SA 20% ( APR- SEPT- FIRST TERM) 2 FA 10% EACH, 2 SA 40% (OCT- MAR-SECOND TERM) TOTAL 6 ASSESSMENTS ,GRADES IN 9 POINT SCALE One step a time is good walking -CHINESE PROVERB
  • 14. PART-1BFor Assessment of Work Experience, Art Education, Physical and Health Education. Grading IN 5 POINT SCALE PART-2Co- scholastic areas.2A- For Life skills Grading in 5 POINT SCALE2B- For Attitudes towards Teachers, Peer, Program etc. Grading in 3 POINT SCALE.
  • 15. PART-3 CO- SCOLASTIC AREAS PART-3ALiterary & Creative skills, Scientific skills, Aesthetic skills, Performing skills, Clubs. PART -3B 8 ACTIVITTIESSports, NCC/NSS, Scouting, Swimming, Gymnastics, Yoga, First aid, Shramdan/ Gardening.Any 2 from each . Grading in 3 Point scale.
  • 16. TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES Over all 19 tools and techniques can be used by the assessor. Such as – observations, questions, projects, checklists. Descriptive indicators given are helpful . FAILING TO PREPARE, YOU ARE PREPARING TO FAIL. -BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
  • 17. QUESTION PAPER DESIGN FOR CL IX LANGUAGE 1- 80 MARKSSECTION A Reading Comprehension - 20 MarksSECTION B Writing - 20 MarksSECTION C Grammar - 20 MarksSECTION D Text Books/ literature - 20 Marks A will have 4 reading passages each Q will be of 5 Marks and have 5 sub parts 1 Marks. All Q will be MCQ.B will have 3 Q to assess writing skills. Q will be LA ,SAC will have 5 Q of 4 marks .All Q will be MCQ.D will assess literature texts. Q will be MCQ,LA,SA.
  • 18. FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT IN ENGLISH Dramatization( group activity) Group discussion Spell check (group activity) Weaving a yarn (group activity) Budding poet/ author Reading book (group/individual activity) Quiz on text –Author’ life/works Dumb charade –acting skill Radio show ,hot seat- interview etc.
  • 19. LANGUAGE -2 -80 MARKSSECTION A Reading and unseen -20 MarksSECTION B Grammar - 20 MarksSECTION C Text book - 20 MarksSCETION D Writing -20 MarksA will have 4 Q. All will be MCQB will have 5 Q. All will be MCQC will have 3Q. Q will be SA,LA,MCQD will have 4Q. Q will be LA, VSA,MCQ.
  • 20. FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT IN HINDI  Creative skills- debates, kavi sammelan, story writing , introduction to give/take.  Dramatic skills
  • 21. SCIENCE-80 MARKSVSA will have 8 Q - 08marksSA –I will have 9Q -18 marksSA-II will have 3Q - 09 marksLA- will have 3 Q -15 marksMCQ (Th ,Pr) 15 - 30 marks FORMATIVE ASSESSMENTAssignments (CW/HW), Seminar, Symposium, Action plan, Projects, Investigative Exp, Survey ,Group activity, Group discussion, Quizzes.
  • 22. MATHS- 80 MARKS MCQ will have 12 Q - 16 Marks SA- I will have 07 Q - 14 Marks SA-II will have 10 Q - 30 Marks LA will have 05 Q- 20 Marks FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT UT, Oral Test, Written Test, HW/CW, Workssheets, Quizzes, Group Activity/Discussion, Maths projects (3-4 students), Maths Activities(hands on).
  • 23. CASE STUDYUSE OF CCE RECORDFORMATIVE ASSESSMENT –My records file of facts and figure
  • 24. FORMS AND BOOKS Anecdotal form Student assessment form Health record form CCE record Exemplar problem books New books by publishers PLAN YOUR WORK , WORK ON YOUR PLAN -RK SRIVASTAV .
  • 25. QUOTES PLAN YOUR WORK, WORK ON YOUR PLAN*. WHO DARES TO TEACH, MUST NEVER CEASE TO LEARN. FAILURE IS SUCCESS IF YOU LEARN FROM IT. COLLECT AS PRECIOUS PEARLS THE WORDS OF THE WISE AND VIRTIUOUS.
  • 26.  GROWTH BEGINS WHEN WE BEGIN TO ACCPET OUR OWN WEAKNESS. VISION WITHOUT ACTION IS A DAYDREAM, AND ACTION WITHOUT VISION IS A NIGHTMARE. WORK WITH PLEASURE OR PRESSURE WORK HAS TO BE DONE*.
  • 27.  NOT TO KNOW IS BAD,NOT TO WISH TO KNOW IS WORSE. THE WORLD HATES CHANGE, YET IT IS THE ONLY THING THAT HAS BROUGHT PROGRESS. WE MUST NOT ONLY SHOW THE PATH, BUT ALSO WALK ALONG IF POSSBLE*.
  • 28.  *QUOTES BY RK SRIVASTAV
  • 29. THANKSYOU CANNOT WEAVE A SILK CLOTH FROM COTTON YARN. -RK SRIVASTAV
  • 30. Contact :For Seminar and Preparing Schools for Accredetition.rks_201159@yahoo.co.inPh no. – 09873057113 , 09313664229

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