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Assessment and Evaluation

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Assessment and Evaluation

  1. 1. • Education is considered as one of the most important social services • Educational outcome need to be evaluated w/ the purpose of improving the teaching learning process • As one of the teachers primary roles , evaluation should utilize • appropriate • Valid • Reliable instrument • That can gather sufficient data so they can make a decision such as
  2. 2. • 1. to reteach the lesson taught or proceed to the next lesson • 2. to provide for certification purposes • 3. to determine the students ‘ weaknesses in order to provide remedial instruction 4. To determine where the teacher should begin or start teaching
  3. 3. •There are three domains of learning namely : • COGNITIVE • AFFECTIVE • PSYCHOMOTOR
  4. 4. • The cognitive domains includes knowledge ,comprehension , application , analysis, and evaluation • AFFECTIVE • The affective domain comprises receiving , responding, valuing, organization and characterization • PSYCHOMOTOR • The psychomotor domain consist of observing ,imitating ,practicing and
  5. 5. • Assessment and evaluation . As integral parts of the teaching and learning process, should not only document what students know and can do , but also those that affect their learning and motivation
  6. 6. •* PRE-INSTRUCTION •* DURING INSTRUCTION •* POST INSTRUCTION ASSESSMENT
  7. 7. • Most of pre instructional assessment is done though informal teacher observation . The result of these assessment provides information about lacking competencies such as knowledge and skills . Then , the teacher makes a decision to start the content and materials that are not too difficult for the students . If students do well in such activities , then the teacher decides to move on to the next higher level of
  8. 8. • The teachers monitors student learning and set his teaching at a level that challenges students metacognitive thinking or higher level thinking . Assessment at this stage detects which students would require more attention . In this assessment , the teacher observes whether students are moving toward the achievement of instructional objectives ; any deviation made can be redirected toward its proper
  9. 9. • Monitors whether the students have mastered the basic contents ,knowledge and skills required for the learning activity .this assessment is done to make decisions whether to proceed to the next lesson or reteach the lesson taught . This assessment also gives information whether to give a passing or failing grade to students
  10. 10. Teachers evaluate because they want to make a decisions before, during and after instruction . When teachers decide not to make decisions because of insufficient information right there and then , he is making a decisions all classroom decisions should be supported by empirical evidence . These evidence are obtained through valid and reliable evaluation
  11. 11. EVALUATIO N IS USED TO DETERMIN E… If instruction al objectives are achieved( FORMATI VE) If the students master the objectives of the lesson with the purpose of giving grades (SUMMATI VE)Students weakness es for remedial instructio (DIAGNO STIC) Where the students are or what the students already know (PLACEM ENT)
  12. 12. • Evaluation focuses on determining where the student are– their prior knowledge . If the teacher knows where his students are, he can design educational activities that utilize students ‘ prior knowledge as foundation of his present teaching
  13. 13. • EVALUATION focuses on the comparison of the instructional outcome with that of the preset standard . This preset standard is implicitly stated as part of the objectives in the teachers lesson plan
  14. 14. • Implies that evaluation is used to determine students’ weaknesses are identified the addressed properly , then the teacher has accomplished his task of helping students cope with their weaknesses
  15. 15. • Evaluation ensures that there is holistic mastery of the lesson plan from the beginning to the end of instruction . This assessment summarizes the development of learners at a given period of time w/ the ultimate purpose of giving a mark of grade .

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