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Title: CONTINUOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION


1
CONTINUOUS ANDCOMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION
  • A Brief Introduction

Presentation by T. Uma, TGT(Comp. Sc.), AECS-4
Mumbai
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WHAT IS CONTINUOUS COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION ?
  • Continuous and Comprehensive evaluation refers to
    a system of school based assessment that covers
    all aspects of students development .
  • Continuity in evaluation and assessment of broad
    based learning.
  • Behavioral out come.

3
FEATURES OF CCE
  • Continuous
  • Continualfrom the beginning and during the
    instructional process
  • Periodicityfrequency /term

4
Comprehensive
  • Scholastic
  • Subject specific areas.
  • Co-Scholastic
  • Life skills, attitudes values and
    other co curricular activities
  • Includes a variety of tools and techniques for
    assessment of the learners.

5
COMPONENTS
  • Scholastic
  • Academic Languages, Math, Science, Social
    Science
  • Work experience
  • Physical and Health Education
  • Art Education
  • Co Scholastic
  • Life Skills
  • Attitudes and Values
  • Outdoor Activities

6
Co-Scholastic Areas
  • Life Skills
  • Thinking skills
  • Social skills
  • Emotional skills
  • Attitude towards
  • Teachers
  • Schoolmates
  • School programmes
  • Environment
  • Value systems

7
Co-Scholastic Areas
  • Activity
  • Literary and creative skills
  • Scientific skills
  • Aesthetic and performing arts
  • Clubs (Eco, Health and Wellness and others)
  • Health and Physical Education
  • Any 2 out of
  • Sports/Indigenous sports, NCC/NSS, Swimming,
    Gymnastics, ScoutingGuiding, Yoga, First Aid,
    Gardening / Shramdaan

8
Scholastic Evaluation
  • Formative Assessment
  • Assessment which is carried throughout the year
    by the teacher formally and informally
  • It is diagnostic and remedial
  • Summative Assessment
  • End of term or end of the year exams
  • Feedback on learning (assessment of learning) to
    teacher and parents

9
FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT (FA)
  • Will comprise of 1 or more of
  • Class work
  • Homework
  • Oral questions
  • Quizzes
  • Projects
  • Assignments/Tests

10
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT(SA)
  • Will be Term End Examination
  • Curriculum and syllabus as circulated by the
    board
  • Question papers from CBSE
  • Exam to be conducted by schools
  • Evaluation of Answer scripts done in school as
    per answer key and marking scheme sent by CBSE

11
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT SA2 CLASS X
  • SA-1 to be conducted by School
  • SA-2 Board Exam

12
ASSESSMENT FOR AN ACADEMIC YEAR
  • Term I FA1, FA2 and SA1
  • 101020
  • 40
  • Term II - FA3, FA4 and SA2
  • 101040
  • 60

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FINAL ASSESSMENT
  • Formative -
  • FA1 FA2 FA3 FA4
  • 10101010 40
  • Summative
  • SA1 SA2
  • 20 40 60
  • TOTAL 100

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GRADING SYSTEM for SCHOLASTIC -A
  • MARKS GRADE
    GRADE POINT
  • 91100 A1
    10
  • 8190 A2
    9
  • 7180 B1
    8
  • 6170 B2
    7
  • 5160 C1
    6
  • 4150 C2
    5
  • 3340 D
    4
  • 2132 E1
    ----
  • 20 below E2
    ----

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GRADES in SCHOLASTIC-B subjects
  • Work Experience ,Art Education, Physical
    Education
  • Life skills
  • GRADE GRADE POINT
  • A 5
  • A 4
  • B 3
  • B 2
  • C 1

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GRADES
  • Attitudes Values
  • Participation Achievement
  • Health Physical Education
  • GRADE GRADE POINT
  • A 3
  • A 2
  • B 1

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GRADING SYSTEM
  • ADVANTAGES
  • Minimize misclassification of students on the
    basis of marks.
  • Eliminate unhealthy cut throat competition among
    high achievers.
  • Reduce societal pressure and provide the learner
    with more flexibility.
  • Lead to a better learning environment.

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PROMOTION RULES of Class IX
  • Total grade points earned by students to be
    calculated by adding grade points for all
    co-scholastic areas
  • Students who get total grade points in the range
    34-42, may benefit by getting upgraded to the
    next higher grade in two subjects in scholastic
    areas

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PROMOTION RULES of Class IX contd.
  • Students who get total grade points in the range
    19-33, may benefit by getting upgraded to the
    next higher grade in one subjects in scholastic
    areas
  • Benefit will be given to students who win 1st
    /2nd position/prize held at state level and/or
    participation/prize in competitions held at
    national/ international level organised by a
    body recognised by the state/ central govt./ CBSE

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