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Title: EXAMINATION REFORMS


1
  • EXAMINATION REFORMS
  • AND
  • CONTINUOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION
  • A CBSE INITIATIVE

2
WHAT IS CONTINUOUS COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION ?
  • Continuous and Comprehensive evaluation refers to
    a system of school based assessment that covers
    all aspects of students development .
  • It emphasizes two fold objectives.
  • Continuity in evaluation and assessment of
    broad based learning.
  • Behavioral out come for holistic development of
    the child.

3
EVALUATION CONSISTS OF
ASSESSMENT AREAS
  • SCHOLASTIC
  • CO-SCHOLASTIC
  • FORMATIVE
  • SUMMATIVE

4
GRADING SCALE FOR SCHOOL ASSESSMENT
GRADING SCALE (Point)
Assessment areas Part 1 A Scholastic
9 Part 1 B Scholastic 5 Part 2
Co-Scholastic Part 2 A Life
Skills 5 Part 2 B Attitudes
Values 3 Part 3 Co-Scholastic Part 3 A
Co-curricular Activities 3 Part 3 B Health
Physical Education 3
5

Scholastic (9 POINT SCALE)
Scholastic (5 POINT SCALE)
A A B B C
I A
I B
Language I
Scholastic Areas
Work Experience
Language II
Mathematics
Art Education

Science
Physical and Health Education / Games
Social Sciences
6
GRADING SYSTEM for SCHOLASTIC I 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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I B WORK EXPERIENCE INDICATORS
OBSERVATION PORTFOLIO VIDEOS NARRATIVE RECOR
DS CHECKLIST
  • Collaborative approach
  • Innovative ideas
  • Planning and adhering to timelines
  • Involvement and motivation
  • Positive attitude
  • Guide and facilitate others
  • Sharing of ideas and being receptive to new ideas
  • Correlate with real life situations

8
PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION/GAMESINDICATORS
OBSERVATION PORTFOLIO VIDEOS NARRATIVE RECOR
DS CHECKLIST
  • Appreciation and understanding of good physical
    health
  • Involvement in sports/physical education programs
  • Team work
  • Knowledge of different sports and rules of games
  • Exhibits motivation and leadership
  • Skills of coordination, agility and balance
  • Awareness of rules of safety
  • Evidence of being self disciplined

9
2 B- Attitudes and Values (3 POINT SCALE)
2 A -Life Skills (5 POINT SCALE)
A A B
A A B B C
Towards Teachers
Students/Peers
Emotional Skills
School Property
Co-Scholastic Areas
Thinking Skills
School Programmes
Social Skills
Environment
3 B - Health Physical Education (3 POINT
SCALE)
3 A - Participation Achievements (3 POINT
SCALE)

A A B
A A B
First Aid
Clubs
Scientific
Yoga
Creative/Literary Aesthetic and Performing Arts
Sports
10
WHAT IS A DESCRIPTIVE INDICATOR?
It is a concise remark given by the teacher on
traits of the student listed in Scholastic
Area I B and Co Scholastic Areas 2 A, 2 B , 3
A and 3 B
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These are arrived at in a systematic manner By
1. Identifying qualities of the students 2.
Collection of evidences of behaviour through
various tools and techniques Eg . checklist,
observation, class reg. Anecdotal records
,peer assessment photos 3. Recording of
evidences/Analysing them 4. Reporting and
awarding of descriptive Indicators and grades
12
PART 2 A CO-SCHOLASTIC AREAS
2A-LIFE SKILLS
THINKING
SOCIAL
EMOTIONAL
Self awareness, Problem solving, Decision
Making, Critical thinking, Creative thinking
Interpersonal Relationships, Effective
Communication Empathy
Managing Feelings, Emotions , Dealing with Stress
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THINKING SKILLS
Self awareness,Problem solving,Decision
Making,Critical thinking,Creative thinking
2 A INDICATORS
  • Student demonstrates the ability to
  • 1.Be original, flexible and imaginative.
  • 2.Raise question, identify and analyze problems.
  • 3.Implement a well thought out decision
  • and take responsibility.
  • 4.Generate new ideas with fluency.
  • 5.Elaborate / build on new ideas

14
THINKING SKILLS A CHECKLIST
  • Does the student show creativity during class
    activities? Does she/he accept the challenge
  • enthusiastically?
  • Does he/she try to give new ideas or concepts and
    try to go beyond conditioned setups?
  • Does he/she ask questions related to the set
    task?
  • Does he/she create doubts by asking irrelevant
    things away from the task?
  • Does he/she try to help others or motivate others
    during group activity?
  • Does he/she try to volunteer for special
    assignments?
  • Does he/she try different ways of doing a single
    activity?
  • Does he/she like to think out of the box?
  • Does he/she try to apply knowledge or skills in
    new situations?
  • Does he/she think about all the possible options
    before starting a task?

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SOCIAL
Interpersonal Relationships,Effective
Communication Empathy
2 A INDICATORS
  • Student demonstrates the ability to
  • 1.Identify, verbalize and respond effectively to
    others emotions in an empathetic manner.
  • 2.Get along well with others .
  • 3.Take criticism positively.
  • 4. Listen actively.
  • 5.Communicate using appropriate words, intonation
    and body language.

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SOCIAL SKILLS A CHECKLIST
  • Does he/she show patience during a group task for
    slow learners to complete their task?
  • Does he/she try to help a classmate who is
    feeling low or who's unable to cope up the given
    work?
  • Does he/she appreciate the ideas and qualities of
    others?
  • Does he/she feel comfortable sharing his ideas
    with others?
  • Does the child always like to be appreciated?
  • Does he/she come and ask how to correct the
    mistakes the teacher pointed out in his work?
  • Does the student maintain a comfortable level of
    eye contact?
  • Does the student interrupt to tell his own
    stories/give his opinion/offers unasked advice?
  • Does he/she try to break rules setup for the task
    by using rude language?
  • Does he/she try to exhibit negative behavior and
    upset others?

17
EMOTIONAL
Managing Feelings, Emotions ,Dealing with Stress
2 A INDICATORS
  • Student demonstrates the ability to
  • 1.Identify own strength and weakness.
  • 2. Be comfortable with self
  • and overcome weakness for positive self
    concept.
  • 3.Identify causes and effects of stress on
    oneself.
  • 4.Develop and use multi-faceted strategies to
    deal with stress.
  • 5.Express and respond to emotions with an
    awareness of the consequences.

18
EMOTIONAL SKILLS- A CHECKLIST
  • During an activity / competition does the child
    often say, Ill never win, Im just not a lucky
    person?
  • Does he / she choose an activity / task according
    to his ability during a group work?
  • Does he / she scream at the classmates when he is
    angry or disturbed?
  • Does he / she try to do the task again, is
    declared unsuccessful in the first attempt?
  • Does he / she try to improve weaker areas by
    putting regular practice?
  • Does he / she try to take help of teacher /
    partner under difficult situations?
  • Does he / she try to get secluded when under
    stress?
  • Does he / she try to take up some healthy
    activity like reading, gardening or playing
    during the stressful time?
  • Does he / she become argumentative during
    discussions?
  • Does he / she show disrespect to the system or
    discipline of the class / school.

19
Towards School Programmes
Towards Teachers
Value Systems
PART 2B ATTITUDES AND VALUES
Towards school mates
Towards Environment
20
TOWARDS TEACHERS
INDICATORS
  • Shows respect and courtesy at all times
  • Demonstrates attitudes that are positive and
    conducive to learning
  • Takes criticism in the right spirit
  • Respects and follows class, teacher
  • and school rules

21
TOWARDS SCHOOL MATES
INDICATORS
  • Shares a healthy rapport with peers
  • Is able to interact and communicate effectively
  • Receptive to ideas and opinions of others in a
    group
  • Sensitive to differences among peers in
    ability, religious beliefs, gender, culture etc.
  • Is kind and helpful
  • Able to inspire members of the class or peer
    group

22
TOWARDS SCHOOL PROGRAMMES
INDICATORS
  • Is punctual and regular in
  • attending school
  • Participates and volunteers often for school
    programmes
  • Delivers a job assigned effectively and
    responsibly
  • Displays a healthy school spirit
  • Displays leadership skills
  • Inspires others to participate in
  • school programmes

23
TOWARDS ENVIRONMENT
INDICATORS
  • Respects school property
  • Is environmentally sensitive
  • Participates in activities relating to care for
    the environment
  • Takes the initiative and plans activities
    directed towards the betterment of the environment

24
VALUE SYSTEMS
INDICATORS
  • Understands the need for rules
  • Honest and ethical
  • Respects diversity (culture, opinions, beliefs,
    abilities)
  • Displays commitment
  • Works efficiently, respecting time, his/her own
    and others
  • Displays a positive attitude towards
  • peers, adults and community
  • Displays spirit of citizenship

2 A
2 A
2 A
25
PART-3 CO-SCHOLASTIC AREAS
PART 3 A CO-SCHOLASTIC AREAS
PARTICIPATION ACHIEVEMENT A,A, B
Scientific skills
Literary and Creative skills
Aesthetic Skills and Performing Arts
Clubs (Eco, Health and Wellness and others)
26
SPORTS
Yoga
First aid
Part-3 B Health and Physical Education
27
3 A LITERARY AND CREATIVE SKILLS
INDICATORS
Debate, Declamation, Creative Writing,
Recitation, Drawing, Poster Making, Slogan
Writing, Theatre
  • Reads and shows a high degree of awareness
  • Is able to appreciate well written/spoken pieces
    in all genres (prose, poetry, plays).
  • Is able to explain why they enjoy a particular
    piece
  • Is able to express ideas/opinions creatively in
    different forms
  • Displays originality of ideas and opinions

28
3 A SCIENTIFIC SKILLS
Science Club, Projects, Maths Club, Science
Quiz, Science Exhibition, Olympiads
INDICATORS
  • Is a keen observer and makes mature deductions
  • Displays good experimental skills and a practical
    knowledge of various everyday phenomena
  • Is able to apply Science in everyday
  • context eg Setting the
  • stage lights for the school play
  • Displays a scientific temperament

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3 A AESTHETIC SKILLS AND PERFORMING ARTS
INDICATORS
Music (Vocal, Instrumental), Dance, Drama,
Craft, Sculpture, Puppetry, Folk art
  • Is able to appreciate well written/
  • spoken pieces in all genres (prose, poetry,
    plays) and all languages
  • Is able to explain why he/she enjoy a particular
    piece
  • Shows a keen interest and an aptitude towards a
    particular art form.
  • Is able to apply skills to performances/art forms
  • Displays creative expression and a good
    presentation piece

30
3 A CLUBS (ECO, HEALTH WELLNESS AND OTHERS)
INDICATORS
  • Displays originality of ideas and the ability to
    see them through
  • Delivers job assigned effectively

31
Part-3 B Group B Health and Physical Education
COMMON INDICATORS
  • Displays an innate talent in particular sport.
  • Demonstrates Physical qualities needed Endurance
    , Strength, Speed, Flexibility and stamina.
  • Shows good hand-eye coordination
  • Demonstrates an analytic aptitude required and
    reacts appropriately to strategic situations
  • Demonstrates sportsmanship
  • Displays a healthy team and school spirit
  • Discipline for practice
  • Has undergone training and coaching
  • Has represented a team in school interschool /
    national/ international level.

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3 B Yoga
INDICATORS
  • Shows keenness and interest
  • Is able to relax completely during exercises
  • Sits comfortably in the correct steady, straight
    posture
  • Is able to regulate breathing and meditate.
  • In meditative Yoga is able to let go of stream
    of thoughts, cultivate and apply helpful thoughts

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First aid
INDICATORS
  • Has undergone basic/higher level training from
    red cross/hospital
  • Shows an interest and an aptitude to administer
    First aid
  • Shows patience and the tenacity to handle
    difficult/unpleasant situations
  • Show commitment to her/his work
  • Has worked for ..days/months at.(work
    experience at a hospital)

34
SCHOLASTIC - I A
FORMATIVE
SUMMATIVE
  • Observation/
  • Conversation/Dialogues
  • Project-Group/Ind
  • Essay /Elocution
  • Oral Question
  • Assignments/Worksheets
  • Flash/class test
  • Lab activities Sc/Maths
  • Experiments
  • Class work/Home Work
  • Photographs,
  • Videos,Portfolios
  • Commentaries
  • Models/charts
  • Seminar/Symposium
  • Debates/discussion
  • Survey/Quizzes

SKILLS
  • Analysis
  • Problem Solving
  • Use of I.T.
  • Correlation to real life
  • Comprehension
  • Expression
  • Creativity
  • Data Handling
  • Oral
  • Listening, Writing

Questions Examination Short Answer Very Short
Answer Long Answer(Essay) MCQ Data Interpretation
TOOLS TECHNIQUES
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Scholastic AssessmentFormative and Summative
Assessment FA1FA2FA3FA4
Subject LANGUAGE
  • Skills
  • Oral Listening
  • Writing
  • Comprehension
  • Mode of Assessment
  • Dialogue
  • Conversations
  • Speeches (Debating recitation)
  • Quiz, Essays
  • Research Projects
  • Group work
  • Assignments
  • Research Projects
  • Question papers
  • Teachers Role
  • Diagnostic / remediation
  • Portfolio / Received maintained
    month / term / academic year.
  • Identify areas in which students need additional
    practice
  • Checklist maintained
  • Observation Schedules Anecdotal records
  • Example of Formative Assessment- Debating on a
    topic which could be connected to the Curriculum
    / Social Environment.
  • SKILLLS -Oral and listening

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Scholastic Assessment Formative Assessment
Summative Assessment
Subject MATHEMATICS
  • Skills
  • Analysis
  • Problem Solving
  • Critical Thinking
  • Decision making
  • Data Handling
  • Use of IT
  • Mode of Assessment
  • Home Assignment
  • Worksheets
  • Seminar
  • Symposium
  • Group Discussion / Activity
  • Project
  • Survey
  • Math lab activities
  • Math events
  • Written Assignment
  • Written Test
  • Assignment
  • Teachers Role
  • Diagnostic / remediation
  • Portfolio / Received maintained
    month / term / academic year.
  • Identify areas in which students need additional
    practice
  • Checklist maintained
  • Observation Schedules Anecdotal records
  • Facilitate peer assessment self assessment
    (Diagnostic)

Example of Formative Assessment Topic for class
IX- Climate change-temperature and rainfall
patterns in Delhi for the last 5
years SKILLS-Data handling, analysis, use of IT.
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Scholastic Assessment Formative Assessment
Summative Assessment
Subject Science
  • Skills
  • Observation Investigation
  • Exploration
  • Deductive and analytical
  • Correlation to real life environment
  • Analysis
  • Use of IT
  • Concept understanding
  • Mode of Assessment
  • Projects
  • Survey
  • Model Charts
  • Group Work
  • Research
  • Worksheets
  • Seminar
  • Group Discussion / Activity
  • Symposium
  • Science lab activities
  • Written Test
  • Assignment
  • Teachers Role
  • Diagnostic / remediation
  • Portfolio / Received maintained
    month / term / academic year.
  • Identify areas in which students need additional
    practice
  • Checklist maintained
  • Observation Schedules Anecdotal records
  • Facilitate peer assessment self assessment
    (Diagnostic)

Example Assigning a project to Class IX on
Water Conservation Through a survey collect
information regarding wastage and shortage of
water in your locality and providing the action
plan for the same.
Skills Investigative and analysis, Concept
Understanding , Correlation to real life
environment, Use of IT and etc.
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Scholastic Assessment Formative Assessment
Summative Assessment
Subject Social Science
  • Skills
  • Investigation
  • Deductive and analytical
  • Correlation to real life environment
  • Analysis
  • Use of IT
  • Mode of Assessment
  • Commentaries
  • Project
  • Model Charts
  • Group Work
  • Research
  • Worksheets
  • Seminar
  • Group Discussion
  • / Activity
  • Teachers Role
  • Diagnostic / remediation
  • Portfolio / Received maintained
    month / term / academic year.
  • Identify areas in which students need additional
    practice
  • Checklist maintained
  • Observation Schedules Anecdotal records
  • Facilitate peer assessment self assessment
    (Diagnostic)

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Type of Questions for Formative Summative
assessment
Type of Questions for Formative Summative
assessment

Matching Type
Multiple Choice Type

Alternative Response Type
Incomplete Statement
Right/Wrong
Question Form
True/False
Yes/ No

Fill in the blank
Matrix
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Formative I II
  1. Best two out of the three theory based
    activities specified by the boards to be
    evaluated in various subjects.
  2. Work Sheets/Assignments
  3. Students Participation in the classroom/and in
    or outdoor school activities.
  4. Regularity in Home work/ class work submissions
    presentation etc
  5. Project work
  • 6) There will be Class tests based on content
    area of the subject -It will be conducted
    periodically and best two of three will be
    counted for the final assessment.
  • Besides these there will be flash test and
    weekly test .

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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

SECOND TERM October to March
FIRST TERM April to September
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Formative Assessment
For the Teacher
  • Diagnostic

For the Student
  • Helps student identify the problem areas
    /difficult concepts.
  • Monitor Students Progress
  • Provides feedback and support.
  • Helps to improve performance
  • Provides opportunity to improve performance
  • Informs teacher where the
  • need/problem lies.
  • Focus on problem area.
  • Helps teacher give specific
  • feedback
  • Provide relevant support
  • Plan the next step
  • Remedial

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SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT( IX-SA I II/ X SA-I)
  • Will be Term End Examination
  • Curriculum and syllabus as circulated by the
    board
  • Question papers will be prepared by the CBSE
  • Exam to be conducted by schools
  • Evaluation of Answer scripts of Std will be done
    within the school by the inhouse school teachers

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Assessment Design/Weightage
STD X 2011-12
April July July- Sept Sept Oct Dec Dec- Mar Mar
FA1 FA2 SA1 FA3 FA4 SA2
10 10 20 10 10 40
STD IX-X 2011-12-13
April July July- Sept Sept Oct Dec Dec- Mar Mar
FA1 FA2 SA1 FA3 FA4 SA2
10 10 30 10 10 30
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HOLISTIC COMPREHENSIVESCHOOL BASED
ASSESSMENT
LIFE SKILLS
VALUES ATTITUDES
LANGUAGES
ENGLISH
ART
WORK EXP
SCHOOL
  • HEALTH PHYSICAL EDUCATION/GAMES

SCIENCE
SPORTS
MATHS
MUSIC
SOCIAL SCIENCE
DANCE
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