"Monthly Assessment "
"Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn"
Educational evolution is the systematic process of documenting and using empirical data on the knowledge, skill, attitudes and beliefs to refine programs and improve learner learning.
Early learner assessment is a tool used to gather and provide educators, parents and families with critical information about a learner's development and growth.
Learner's assessment is a process of gathering information about the learner, reviewing the information, and then using the information to plan education activities that are at a level the learner understands and can learn from.
Provide a record of growth in all development areas.
Identify learners who may need additional support and determine if there is a need for support services.
Help educators plan individualized instruction for a learner or for a group of learners that are the same age of development.
Assessment is a critical part of high quality, early childhood program. When educators do an assessment, they observe a learner get information about what he knows and what he can do
Assessment is a key part of today’s educational system. Assessment serves as an individual system.
The purpose of assessment is together relevant information about student performance and progress, or to determine student interests to make judgements about their learning process. After receiving this information’s educators can reflect on each student's level of achievement, as well as on a specific group, to customize their teaching plans.
Continuous assessment provides day today feedback about the learning and teaching process. Learner's assessment is necessary because. Throughout a lesson or unit, the educator might want to check for understanding by using formative assessment.
Learners who are experiencing difficulties in learning may benefit from the administration of a diagnostic test which will be able to detect learning issues such as reading comprehension problems, an inability to remember written or spoken words, hearing or speech difficulties and problems with hand-eye coordination.
Educators may also want to use informal assessment techniques. Using self-assessment, learners express what they think about speaking about their learning process and what day should work on. Using assessment, learner's get information from their classmates about what areas they should revise and what areas they are good at.
In Gajera Vidyabhavan School at the end of every month our educators are taking assessments of the learners. So that educators come to a conclusion how much the learners have learnt throughout the month and in which subject they need practice.
Here our educators are taking assessments through the play way method. In this way, learners do not feel too much of a burden and solve the assessment easily.
" The purpose of education is to replace an empty mind with an open one"