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SJOGREN in 1970 Categories evaluation techniques the
following:
1.

2.
3.

Measurement of inputs or antecedent variables
O...
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FORMARTIVE EVALUATION
is done when pupil achievement or written test
are administered during preliminarytry outs of
an ...
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a.

b.

INFERENCE – is considered here as the
process intervening between the objectives data
seen or heard and the cod...
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SUMMATIVE EVALUATION
is terminal evaluation and it involves
judgement of a finished product such as
teaching machine or...
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PAY OFF EVALUATION
is the examination of the effects of the
instrument or curriculum on a student learning
by comparing...
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INTRINSIC EVALUATION
refers to the assessment of educational
program on the curriculum itself, it is done by
examining ...
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Prepared by:
JENNEFER J. MARTINEZ
PEC - B
CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
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Evaluation

  1. 1. SJOGREN in 1970 Categories evaluation techniques the following: 1. 2. 3. Measurement of inputs or antecedent variables Outcomes or result Transaction or process
  2. 2.  FORMARTIVE EVALUATION is done when pupil achievement or written test are administered during preliminarytry outs of an educational program in order to improve a proposed curriculum. In term of process it is a method to survey ongoing projects during their construction to implement.
  3. 3.  a. b. INFERENCE – is considered here as the process intervening between the objectives data seen or heard and the coding of those data or an observational instrument. Low – inference measures such as category system. High – inference measures such as the rating system
  4. 4.  SUMMATIVE EVALUATION is terminal evaluation and it involves judgement of a finished product such as teaching machine or a curriculum on the market and assessing whether it is better that another or the best among others of its kind. In term of process is done after the termination of such objects.
  5. 5.  PAY OFF EVALUATION is the examination of the effects of the instrument or curriculum on a student learning by comparing the results of pre-test and posttest or determining the relationship between the scores of the experimental group and those of control group on specified criteria.
  6. 6.  INTRINSIC EVALUATION refers to the assessment of educational program on the curriculum itself, it is done by examining the merits of the educational aims and objectives and the efficiency of the means of instructional procedures and devices.
  7. 7.     Prepared by: JENNEFER J. MARTINEZ PEC - B CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT

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