The 21st century is a promising time for educators who seek to advocate for meaningful learning among students. It is a time filled with abundant empirical evidences about how the “brain actually learns.” It is also a time that provides teachers with concrete, sophisticated, and well-researched techniques that would enable them to stimulate learners to reach their maximum capacity in acquiring and applying knowledge and skills. With the consideration of these developments as a foundation, this module will give students the opportunity to reflect on their own assessment practices in a positive manner with these development.
At the conclusion of the course, the student will be able to:
1. Understand the role of measurement and assessment in the instructional process.
2. Define instructional goals and objectives in ways that facilitates the construction of appropriate tests and assessments.
3. Understand the concepts of validity and reliability and their role in the construction, selection, interpretation, and use of tests and assessments.
4. Construct classroom tests and assessments that measure a variety of learning outcomes, from simple to complex.
5. Obtain assessment information from classroom observations, peer appraisals, and self-reports.
6. Administer tests and assessment results properly, with full awareness of their meaning and the ever-present error of measurement.
7. Understand both the potentialities and the limitations of the various test and assessment procedures used in the school.
8. Understand how tests and assessments can contribute to effective marking and reporting system and to improved instructional decisions.
9. Interpret test and assessment results properly, with full awareness of their meaning and the ever-present error of measurement.
This module provides comprehensive definitions of test, measurement, evaluation and assessment, as well as roles of measurement and evaluation in education. Also, the interrelationship among evaluation, evaluation tools, and assessment techniques is explained. Students will evaluate and use appropriate tests in pupil diagnosis and attainment, interpret and apply tests results in appropriate teaching strategies. Taxonomy of educational objectives is also explained, laying emphasis on the cognitive and psychomotor domains.
Dr. Mr Joel Farnwsorthsss
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