Assessment of learning in the cognitive domain (my part)

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BELISO, FLAIR AYSHEA P.
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Assessment of learning in the cognitive domain (my part)

  1. 1. Behaviors related to recognizing and remembering fact, concepts, and other important data on any topic or subject.
  2. 2. Behaviors associated with the clarification and articulation of the main idea of what students are learning
  3. 3. Behaviors that have something to do with problem solving and expression, which require students to apply what they have learned to other situations or cases in their lives.
  4. 4. Behaviors that require students to think critically, such as looking for motives, assumptions, cause effect relationship, differences and similarities, hypotheses, and conclusion
  5. 5. Behaviors that call for creative thinking, such as combining elements in new ways, planning original experiments, creating original solutions to a problem and building models
  6. 6. Behaviors that necessitate judging the value or worth of a person, or idea or giving opinion on an issue
  7. 7.  Identification of the information, skills, and behaviors to be tested is the first important decision that a teacher has to take.  Knowledge of what shall be tested will enable a teacher to develop an appropriate test for the purpose.
  8. 8.  A teacher has to decide whether he should give a paper and pencil test or simply gather information through observation.  Should he decide to use a paper-and- pencil test, then he has to determine what test items to construct.
  9. 9.  The answer to the aforementioned question depend on the following factors:  Age and attention span of the students;  And type of questions to be used
  10. 10.  (1) providing learners with good instruction  (2) reviewing students before testing  (3) familiarizing students with question formats  (4) scheduling the test  (5) providing students information about the test

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