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Evaluation in Education.pptx

  1. 1. -Student evaluation - Teacher evaluation - Course evaluation Nirmala Roberts India
  2. 2. Evaluation in Education Making a judgment about the amount, number, or value of the outcomes of an educational programme Ranking with respect to attributes or trait Appraising the extent of learning Judging effectiveness of educational experience Interpreting and analyzing changes in behaviour Describing accurately quantity and quality of teaching- learning Making value judgments on results of measurements/ tests Systematic process of determining the extent to which instructional objectives are achieved
  3. 3. Characteristics of Evaluation Is a continuous process Includes academic and non academic subjects Performed in terms of laid down objectives Is Pupil centered and not subject centered More stress on Learning than on teaching Provides guidelines on improving the curriculum
  4. 4. Principles of evaluation Evidence is gained through careful appraisal of Teaching- learning process Evaluation is done continuously over the entire course Evaluation identifies and defines educational objectives Objectives are stated in terms of behaviour and content Determines the extent to which objectives are achieved A variety of techniques used for comprehensive evaluation Need for selection of appropriate methods of evaluation
  5. 5. Purpose of Evaluation in education For sound educational decision making To maintain effective teaching- learning programme Encourage student learning by measuring and feedback To ascertain if educational goals have been achieved or not Appraise the status and changes in pupil behaviour Appraise the teacher’s competence Familiarize teacher with pupil learning, devt and progress Serve as a guideline to bring about improvement Improve curriculum, teaching –learning process
  6. 6. Purpose of Evaluation in Education To formulate objectives, designing of learning experiences & assessment of learner performance. To make improvement in teaching and curriculum. To ensure accountability to the society, parents, and to the education system.
  7. 7. Student Evaluation
  8. 8. Scope of Evaluation in education Emphasizes devt of improved techniques of assessing Stresses on student’s growth and development Identifies pupil’s strength/ weakness Baseline for guidance and counseling Devt of attitudes, interests, creativity, skills Devt of tools, techniques and curriculum Placement/ promotion in jobs
  9. 9. Methods of Evaluation Goal, Process and Outcome based Formative and Summative method Assessment of Knowledge, skill and Attitude
  10. 10. Goal, Process and Outcome based Evaluation Goal based - Measures if objectives have been achieved  SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Time bound) Process based- Analyses strengths and weaknesses Outcome based – Examines broader impact (greater good)
  11. 11. Formative and Summative Evaluation Formative – An ongoing assessment when the course is in progress Monitors learning progress & provides continuous feedback to student and teacher Summative – Done at the end of a course of instruction Assigns a grade for student achievement Provides insight into prior or existing initiatives Identifies any needed changes …….Criticism?
  12. 12. K, S, A evaluation Assessment of knowledge – Essay type/ Short answer questions, MCQs, viva-voce Assessment of skills – Checklist, anecdotes, practical exam, OSCE Assessment of attitude – Rating scales (descriptive, numerical, graphical) …..Criticism?
  13. 13. How do teachers teach? How to know that teachers are teaching well? Is the student’s success the teacher’s success?
  14. 14. Why evaluate teachers? Encourage and enable teachers and students to take co-responsibility for the quality T/ L experience To create and sustain a responsive learning environment Ensure excellence in T/L that’s fosters holistic student success Encourages improvement through reflective practice
  15. 15. Types of Teacher Evaluation (used also for student evaluation) Placement Evaluation: To place the ✓ person in the ✓ place Formative Evaluation Diagnostic Evaluation Summative Evaluation Norm-Referenced and Criterion-Referenced Evaluation
  16. 16. Benefits of Teacher evaluation Improves teaching and learning experiences for all concerned Promotes professional development Provides students with – Opportunity to make constructive criticism ‘Voice’ to develop and maintain effective curriculum
  17. 17. Benefits of Teacher evaluation Provides data to – Benchmark teaching & learning quality by the laid down standards Individual teacher for self improvement To make curricular decisions Evidence for teachers as indicators of good teaching
  18. 18. Methods of Teacher evaluation Ratings/ review by - Peers, students, parents, administrators, community Reflections on - Advising & mentoring Classroom instruction Courses developed or re-designed. Instructional materials, course textbooks, etc. Innovative teaching. Pedagogical research. Self reflection/ ratings Analysis of agreed-on student learning evidence
  19. 19. Course evaluation Process of data collection and analysis to assess the extent to which course learning outcomes are met by students within a course. The tool - A paper or electronic questionnaire seeking written or selected responses to a series of questions in order to evaluate the instruction of a given course
  20. 20. Course evaluation Performed by – Curriculum committee Done as – Formative and Summative Provides inputs for Curriculum Revision Criticism – Not taken seriously by students Do not provide meaningful feedback Student bias  Teachers' personality, looks, disabilities, gender and ethnicity, special preferences
  21. 21. Effect of Course evaluation on teachers Too many variables in data - difficult to interpret Increased cost of paper based evaluation Lower response rates to online course evaluations  lesser validity Explanation lacking in relation to many variables
  22. 22. Effect of Course evaluation on teachers Not well understood by many students -  Leads to ‘dumbing down’ of educational stds.  Hence not to be used for faculty hires, retentions, promotions, and tenure Humiliating for instructors Demeaning to efforts for higher stds in general

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