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CONCEPT OF COLUMNS
AND CCE EVALUATION IN
SECONDARY CLASSES

CCE means Continious and Comprehensive


Evaluation.

Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation


(CCE) refers to a system of school-based
evaluation of students that covers all
aspects of students development.

It is a developmental process of assessment


which emphasizes on two fold objectives.
These objectives are continuity in
evaluation and assessment of board based
learning and behavioural outcomes on the
other.

In this scheme the term continuous is


meant to emphasis that evaluation of
identified aspects of students growth and
development is a continuous process rather
than an event, built into the total teachinglearning process and spread over the entire
span of academic session. It means
regularity of assessment, frequency of unit
testing, diagnosis of learning gaps, use of
corrective measures, retesting and
feedback of evidence to teachers and
students for their self evaluation.

The second term comprehensive means


that the scheme attempts to cover both the
scholastic and the co-scholastic aspects of
students growth and development.

Abilities, attitudes and aptitudes can manifest


themselves in forms other than the written word,
the term refers to application of variety of tools
and techniques (both testing and non-testing)
and aims at assessing a learners development in
areas of learning like:
Knowledge
Understanding / Comprehension
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluation
Creating

Advantages
It will instill democratic values among pupils
It evaluates pupils physical development,
personality and character, social achievement,
academic achievement and achievements in
various types of skills.
Since it provides an effective means of securing a
developmental and cross sectional picture of the
characteristics of each people in the school.
Administers, counselors and teachers will be
greatly benefited in the work of guidance and
instruction.
It can do justice to pupils.

Disadvantages
Personal prejudices and subjectively are likely to
creep in and this may adversely affect the quality
of assessment.
Lack of basic infrastructure facilities of the school
may negatively affect the right assessment.
Its reliability and validity are questionable in view
of several elements of subjectivity.
It cant replace standardized achievement test.
It requires a lot of time and expenditure.
It requires honest and sincere teachers.
Lack of enthusiasm and interest of the teachers
may adversely affect effective assessment.

ASSESSMENT AS A FEEDBACK TO STUDENTS,


TEACHER AND PARENTS

Assessment procedures have undergone many


changes over the course of time. It is no longer a
pass or fail concept.

Authentic assessment is derived from collected


data and information on a student over a period
of time.

Effective data is collected with the use of portfolio


assessment, anecdotal notes, observations,
checklists, rubrics, self-evaluation, peer
evaluation, reflections, learning logs and goalsetting

How Has Assessment Changed?

Students are tested on a specific day and time.


Students are graded according to their
performance on a test.
Students receive grades.
Teachers design and correct the tests.

Few options are given to students.


Evaluation is based on isolated tests corrected by
the teacher.
Places importance on right and wrong
answers.
Benefits one type of intelligence.

Measures limited knowledge in one area.


Encourages competition and compares students
to others.
Teachers set goals for students.
Students are assessed over a period of time.

Students are assessed on their progression of


learning.
Students receive comments, guidelines and
feedback on their work.
Students take an active role in their learning and
assessment.
Teachers, students and parents actively participate
in the portfolio assessment.

Students are given the responsibility of selecting


assessing their work on a regular basis.
Places importance on the progression and growth of
learning.
Benefits multiple intelligences and the needs of diverse
learners.
Assesses integrated areas of study.
Focuses on the individuals learning style and needs.
Students set their own goals.

Forms of Assessment

Teachers
Observation
Anecdotal
notes
Student
Teacher
Conference
Dated
examples
of
student work
Check lists
Rubrics
Running
records
Guided reading
graphs
Portfolio
assessment

Students
Personal
information/
interests
Goal setting
Self-evaluation:
checklists,
learning logs,
personal report
card, rubrics and
reflections
Peer evaluation
Portfolio

Parents
Written
comments
Parent
observation
sheet
Student-Led
Conferences
Parent-teacher
conferences
Parent feedback
reflection sheet.

Advantages
It will instill democratic values among pupils
It evaluates pupils physical development, personality and
character, social achievement, academic achievement and
achievements in various types of skills.
Since it provides an effective means of securing a
developmental and cross sectional picture of the
characteristics of each people in the school. Administers,
counselors and teachers will be greatly benefited in the
work of guidance and instruction.
It can do justice to pupils.
It will provide a continuous feedback for undertaking
diagnostic and remedial teaching.
Examination based on mere rote memory of the students
can be avoided.
It will motivate learners to actively participate in both
curricular and co-curricular activities.

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