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MARIANO QUINTO ALARILLA POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE

Old MC Annex Building, Malhacan, City of Meycauayan, Bulacan
TEACHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
COURSE OUTLINE
I. COURSE CODE: MSC 2A
II. COURSE TITLE: Assessment of Student Learning 1
III. COURSE DESCRIPTION: The course is designed to address the need of teachers to gain the necessary skills and
competence in the assessment of student learning. It orients teachers and ould!"e teachers to
the elements classroom assessment essential to effecti#e teaching.
IV. PREREQUISITE/S: $one
V. CREDIT UNIT/S: %
VI. COURSE OBJECTIVES: At the end of the semester& the students must "e a"le to:
1. identify hat constitutes a high 'uality assessment
2. discuss the importance of assessment in classroom instruction
%. apply the sound principles of assessment in education
(. construct high 'uality paper and pencil tests
). appreciate the positi#e impacts of testing in relation to classroom instruction
WEEK NUMBER/S CONCEPTS/ TOPICS
1 NATURE AND PURPOSES OF ASSESSMENT
Assessment of *#aluation as Applied to *ducation& Assessment + *#aluation& ,urposes of
Assessment& Significance of Assessment& Assessment as an Instructional ,rocess and ,rinciples
-uiding the Assessment ,rogram
2 PRINCIPLES OF HIGH QUALITY ASSESSMENT
Characteristics of .igh /uality Assessment& ,roducti#e and 0nproducti#e 0ses of Tests&
Classifications of tests& 1ther Types of Tests
% SOCIAL, LEGAL AND ETHICAL IMPLICATIONS OF TESTS
Criticisms of Testing& *thical Testing ,rinciples& *thical and 0nethical Testing ,ractices
( FACTORS INFLUENCING TEST CONSTRUCTION AND TEST PERFORMANCE
2actors that Influence Test Construction& *3traneous 2actors that Influence Test ,erformance
) P R E L I M S
4 ESTABLISHING LEARNING TARGETS
,urposes of Instructional goals and o"5ecti#es& Learning Targets& 6loom7s Ta3onomy of Learning
8omains
9 PREPARATION OF CLASSROOM ASSESSMENT
,lanning the Teacher!Made Test& Steps in Classroom Testing and Assessment& :riting the 1"5ecti#e
Short!;esponse Test& Ta"le of Specifications <T1S= and .o to 8etermine the :eights
> DEVELOPMENT OF CLASSROOM ASSESSMENT
Multiple Choice Test& 6inary Item Test& Matching!Type Test& Completion or Short!Anser Test&
Close Test& *ssay Test and 1ral /uestion
? ITEM ANALYSIS
,rocedures in Item Analysis& Computation of the 8!#alue <Inde3 of 8iscrimination=& Computation of
, #alue < Inde3 of 8ifficulty= and Interpreting Test Scores
1@ M I D T E R M
11 MEASURES OF CENTRAL LOCATION & OTHER POINT MEASURES
Arithmetic Mean& Median& Mode& Comparison of the three Indices of Central Location and ,oint
Measures
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1% MEASURES OF VARIATION
;ange& A#erage 8e#iation& /uartile 8e#iation or Semi!Inter 'uartile ;ange& Standard 8e#iation and
Aariance
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1) SIMPLE VARIATION,earson ,roduct!Moment Correlation Coefficient& Spearman ;ank!1rder
Correlation Coefficient& ,oint 6iseral Coefficient of Correlation and ,hi Correlation Coefficient
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19 GRADING AND REPORTING PRACTICES
$ature& 2unctions& ,urposes& Types and Ad#antagesB 8isad#antages of -radesB Marks. !
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1> F I N A L S
VII. COURSE REQUIREMENTS:
1ralB :ritten ;eports& /uiC& Attendance& Academic ,articipation& ;esearch ,aper
VIII. GRADING SYSTEM:
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2aculty ,rogram ChairB 8ean
MARIANO QUINTO ALARILLA POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE
Old MC Annex Building, Malhacan, City of Meycauayan, Bulacan
TEACHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
I. COURSE CODE: 2S )
II. COURSE TITLE: 2ield Study )& Learning Assessment Strategies
III. COURSE DESCRIPTION:
The course pro#ides the students ith hand!on e3perience in selecting& constructing and e#aluating con#entional and
authentic assessment tools and launching them in different learning en#ironment of the classroom "ased on the principle of
teaching. It also aims to help the 2S students o"ser#e ho the principles and strategies of assessment are applied in the classroom.
IV. PREREQUISITE/S: $one
V. CREDIT UNIT/S: 1
VI. COURSE OBJECTIVES: At the end of the semester& the students must "e a"le to:
1. Arri#e at an e3periential knoledge and understanding of the principles of assessment
2. See authentic assessment in action
%. Ac'uire a orking knoledge of the different kinds of assessment tools and other assessment!related processes.
(. *#aluate assessment tools used in the learning en#ironment
). ;eflect on the importance of the teacher7s knoledge and skills in the use of different tools
4. *3press one7s #ies on the use of the different forms of assessment
WEEK NUMBER/S CONCEPTS/ TOPICS
1 IntroductionB 1rientation
2!% -uiding ,rinciples in the Assessment of Learning
(!) 0sing Appropriate Assessment Tools
4 1n Content Aalidity of Tests
9 P R E L I M S
> 1n Scoring ;u"rics
? 1n ,ortfolios
1? Authentic Assessment
11 ,rocess!oriented Assessment
12 M I D T E R M
1% ,roduct!oriented Assessment
1(!1) Scoring& -rading and Communicating ;esults
14 F I N A L S
VII. COURSE REQUIREMENTS:
1ralB :ritten ;eports& /uiC& Attendance& Academic ,articipation& ,ortfolio& Dournal
VIII. GRADING SYSTEM:
Maj! E"a#$%a&$%' ()*
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Quiz 20%
Recitation 20%
Project 20%
TOTAL .))*
I/. REFERENCES:
1. 2ield Study& Lucas& Maria ;ita 8.& 2@@9
2. 2ield Study& CorpuC& 6renda 6.& 2@1@

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2aculty ,rogram ChairB 8ean
MARIANO QUINTO ALARILLA POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE
Old MC Annex Building, Malhacan, City of Meycauayan, Bulacan
TEACHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
I. COURSE CODE: Methods 4
II. COURSE TITLE: Assessment of Student Learning 2
III. COURSE DESCRIPTION:
The course aims to pro#ide students ith a deeper understanding of authentic assessment that underpin testing and
measurement in to <2= domains& affecti#e and psychomotor.
IV. PREREQUISITE/S: Assessment of Student Learning 1
V. CREDIT UNIT/S: %
VI. COURSE OBJECTIVES: At the end of the semester& the students must "e a"le to:
1. 8ifferentiate authentic assessment from traditional assessment.
2. *3plain the role of assessment and the theory of multiple intelligences
%. Measure students7 attitudes toards selected academic su"5ects
(. Apply a rating scale in identifying dominant multiple intelligences among students
). ;elate authentic assessment ith making instructional decisions
4. *numerate the ad#antages of portfolio assessment
WEEK NUMBER/S CONCEPTS/ TOPICS
1 1rientation& Testing& Assessment and *ducational 8ecisions
2 Ta3onomy of *ducational 1"5ecti#es
% Traditional Assessment #s. Authentic Assessment
2ormati#e *#aluation #s. Summati#e *#aluation
( Assessment and the Theory of Multiple Intelligences
:riting Affecti#e 1"5ecti#es
) P R E L I M S
4 Measuring Attitudes
Sociograms
9 Measuring Aalues
,erformance Assessment of ,rocess and ,roduct
> Methods of 1"ser#ing& ;ecording and Scoring 8ata
Scoring ;u"rics
? ,ortfolio Assessment
Dournal as an Assessment Tool
1@ M I D T E R M
11 Aalidity& ;elia"ility and Accuracy
12 :eighted Mean
-rading Student ,erformance
1% ,lanning a School Testing ,rogram
1( *#aluating a School Testing ,rogram
1) PROPOSAL DEFENSE
14 F I N A L S
VII. COURSE REQUIREMENTS
1ralB :ritten ;eport& /uiC& Attendance& Academic ,articipation& Dournal& :ritten ;eflections& ;esearch ,aper
VIII. GRADING SYSTEM:
Maj! E"a#$%a&$%' ()*
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Quiz 20%
Recitation 20%
Project 20%
TOTAL .))*
I/. REFERENCES:
.. A''0''#0%& 1 S&+20%& L0a!%$%3 ;& <C + * ,u"lishing Inc.& 2@1@& ;eganit& Arnulfo Aaron ;.& et. Al.
;. A24a%502 M0&62' $% E2+5a&$%a7 A''0''#0%& & E4a7+a&$%& Manila& Lorimar ,u"lishing Inc.& 2@@9& Santos&
;osita 8.&
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(. A''0''#0%& 1 L0a!%$%3 O+&5#0', B= ;, Eerusso ,u"lishing .ouse& 2@@9& -utierreC& 8anilo S

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2aculty .ead& Teacher *ducation ,rogram
MARIANO QUINTO ALARILLA POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE
Old MC Annex Building, Malhacan, City of Meycauayan, Bulacan
TEACHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

COURSE OUTLINE
I. COURSE CODE: Methods (
II. COURSE TITLE: ,rinciples of Teaching 2
III. COURSE DESCRIPTION:
The course aims to align and e'uip education students ith skills that are reflecti#e of the $ational Competency!6ased
Teacher Standards ith the end in #ie of contri"uting to the formation of the ideal professional teacher as concretely descri"ed in
the se#en integrated domains of teaching and learning process. Likeise& the course presents a repertoire of instructional models&
multiple skills& #alues clarification& alternati#e strategies and assessment guiding principles anchored on specific theories and
principles of teaching that greatly impact instruction.
IV. PREREQUISITE/S: $one
V. CREDIT UNIT/S: %
VI. COURSE OBJECTIVES: At the end of the semester& the students must "e a"le to:
1. 8escri"e the nature& structure& goals& e3pectations and content of language as su"5ect areas under the 6asic *ducation Curriculum <6*C=.
2. Apply teaching and learning principles in language teaching.
%. descri"e the #arious forms and e3periences of teachers toard the pursuit of professional de#elopment
(. use the strategies presented for the de#elopment of reflection
WEEK NUMBER/S CONCEPTS/ TOPICS
1 THE NATURE, GOALS AND CONTENT OF THE LANGUAGE SUBJECT AREAS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHERS
2 PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING AND LEARNING LANGUAGE
THE REFLECTIVE AND CARING TEACHERS
% DEVELOPING AND DESIGNING A LANGUAGE LESSON
THEORIES OF LEARNING
( EFFECTIVE INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES FOR LANGUAGE
TEACHING FOR THINKING
) INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS FOR LANGUAGE TEACHING
INDUCTIVE INSTRUCITONAL APPROACHES
4 ASSESSING LANGUAGE LEARNING
DEDUCTIVE INSTRUCTIONAL APPROACHES
9 THE TEACHING OF SCIENCE
THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS
PROBLEM>BASED LEARNING INSTRUCTIONAL APPROACHES
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? M I D T E R M
1@ NATURE, STRUCTURE, GOALS AND CONTENT OF MAKABAYAN AS A LEARNING
AREA
COOPERATIVE LEARNING INSTRUCTIONAL APPROACHES
11 PRINCIPLES AND STRATEGIES OF TEACHING/ LEARNING MAKABAYAN
VALUING PROCESSES AND MORAL DEVELOPMENT MODELS
12 DEVELOPING A LESSON IN MAKABAYAN
ALTERNATIVE TEACHING STRATEGIES
1% SELECTION AND PREPARATION OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS
CURRICULUM AND THEMATIC INTEGRATION
1( INTEGRATED MULTIDISCIPLINARY AND INTEGRATED INTERDISCIPLINARY
THEMATIC UNITS
1) INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS FOR LANGUAGE TEACHING
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19 COMPLETION OF REQUIREMENTS/ SELECTED DEMONSTRATION TEACHING
1> F I N A L S
VII. COURSE REQUIREMENTS:
1ralB :ritten ;eports& /uiC& Attendance& Academic ,articipation& ;esearch ,aper
VIII. GRADING SYSTEM:
Maj! E"a#$%a&$%' ()*
O+&,+&' -)*
Quiz 20%
Recitation 20%
Project 20%
TOTAL .))*
I/. REFERENCES:
1. P!$%5$,70' 1 T0a56$%3 ;& 2@@4& CorpuC& 6renda 6.& et. al.
2. P!$%5$,70' 1 T0a56$%3 ;& 2@1@& Agno& Lydia $.
Su"mitted "y: $otedB Appro#ed "y:
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Su"5ect Teacher ,rogram ChairB 8ean