Assessment,Measurement, and Evaluation Prepared by: Brien L. Naco
Assessment, Measurement, and Evaluation• ASSESSMENT-is gathering all data and organizing them together to an interpretable form.• MEASUREMENT-is the process of determining the quantitative achievement of a learner in the subject he studied.• EVALUATION-is the process of determining the worth or value of the result of measurement.
Importance of Measurement and Evaluation The most important purpose ofmeasurement and evaluation is forthe teacher and the learner to knowhow successful the teaching andlearning have been.
Function of Measurement and EvaluationINSTRUCTIONAL FUNCTIONS The Main instructional functions are:1. To determine what and how much knowledge, principles and other pieces of information have been acquired.2. To determine what and how much values and attitudes have been implied.
3. To determine what and to what extent skills have been acquired; and4. To determine the difficulties and problems encountered by the students.
AUXILLIARY INSTRUCTIONAL FUNCTIONS• 1. To serve as guides in learning.• 2. To serve as a motivation and incentive to study harder.• 3. To serve as a basis for diagnosing students needs and problems.• 4. To serve as a basis for determining the effectiveness of the teaching-learning process and the need for re - teaching.
Types of Evaluation Diagnostic EvaluationFormative EvaluationSummative Evaluation
EDUCATIONAL MODEL Objective Instruction Assessment (Measurement) Evaluation
Tools used for Measurement and Evaluation1. Observation and Work Samples2. Rating Scales3. Checklists4. Written Work (Themes, Notebooks,Reports and Homework)5. Test