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Innovative assessment methods
Innovative assessment methods
Innovative assessment methods
Innovative assessment methods
Innovative assessment methods
Innovative assessment methods
Innovative assessment methods
Innovative assessment methods
Innovative assessment methods
Innovative assessment methods
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  • 1. New Assessment Methods & Benefits of Innovative Assessment
    • SHYAMALA DEVI,
    • Assistant Professor in Education ,
    • Annammal College of Education,
    • Tuticorin.
  • 2.
    • What innovative assessment is NOT?
    What is innovative assessment?
  • 3. Ordinary Traditional Classroom Classroom 1
  • 4. Innovative Classroom Classroom 2
  • 5. New Assessment Methods
    • Open-book exams
    • Project Method
    • Oral assessment
    • Problem-solving Method
    • Role play Method
  • 6. Open-book exams
  • 7. Project Method
  • 8. Oral assessment
  • 9. Problem-solving Method
  • 10. Role play Method
  • 11. Benefits of Innovative Assessment
    • To improve the teaching-learning process.
    • Facilitates a ‘deep’ rather than a ‘surface’ learning.
    • Provides timely and constructive feedback.
    • Helps to realize the strengths and weakness.
    • Stimulates both the staff and the students.
    • Facilitate the slow learners.
  • 12. Conclusion
    • “ Evaluation is a continuous process aimed at helping the students to improve his level of achievement rather than at ‘certifying’ the quality of his performance at a given moment of time”.
    • - National Policy on Education (1968)
  • 13.  

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