Communal studies , National Council for the Social Studies
The learners should be given guidelines of how and what they should do during the assessment. They should be aware in the event that there are any penalties given in case of fraud work done. These guidelines should make them know what is expected of them during the assessment process as well as learning. During assessment, the learners as well as others involved in the assessment process should have enough information about what the assessment involves in general.
The assessor should be more knowledgeable to perform the assessment effectively(National Council for the Social Studies, 2003). Information provided to the learners during assessment should be able to build their ongoing learning process. Information regarding feedback of their previous assessment done be supposed to be prearranged to each student so that they can track their learning progress.
[...] The main factor in assessments is to ensure that every learner participates. Here, the assessor should pay attention to what each learner knows and from that will evaluate what they need and yearn to learn.The assessor should then provide resources in which each learner will be able to gain information in relation to personal interest. How one can judge substantiation and make evaluation decisions To judge evidence and make assessment decisions on their performance, I will first of all,discover the best time when I can carry out an assessment. [...]
[...] A vision of great teaching and learning in the communal studies Give examples of information types that should be made available to learners and those involved in the process of assessment. The learners should be given guidelines of how and what they should do during the assessment. They should be aware in the event that there are any penalties given in case of fraud work done. These guidelines should make them know what is expected of them during the assessment process as well as learning. [...]
[...] How can you use technology in assessment? Technology can be used in tracking and assessing of the performance of both the learners and the assessors. Technology can also be used to make records that are digital of growth and development of learners. Spreadsheets can be used to track the learner'sperformance as well as track the teaching strategies of the assessor. They can enable an assessor to highlight the points of interest and where their teaching should center (National Council for the Social Studies, 2003). [...]
[...] Lastly, when working in a good direction, these techniques help a lecturer in reducing the load of marking since the students here will be grading each other thus reducing the load. How can assessment arrangements be adapted to meet the needs of individual learners? Teachers need to make diverse entry points that will consider the different abilities, needs and strengths of their students. On the other hand, the students will need a plenty of chances so they can display their knowledge in accordance to the teaching. The learning tasks during assessment should consider both strengths and weaknesses of the students. [...]
[...] It involves creating and implementing of standards. Its procedures include instructions that are written to achieve the uniformity of a function's performance. The importance of quality assurance and standardization include enhancing of alignment of various activities or procedures that take part in the knowledge development and hence producing enhanced results(National Council for the Social Studies, 2003). There is also an enhanced motivation and understanding of learners towards their assessment as well as their participation in the learning process. The confidence of both the learners and the assessors is built in accordance to effectiveness and efficiency of the learning process. [...]
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