Assessment For Learning Syllabus

Assessment For Learning Syllabus

Assessment For Learning B.Ed Syllabus for Year 2 

assessment for learning b.ed syllabus 2nd year free dowload pdf in hindi and english

OBJECTIVES and Importance for Studying Assessment for Learning in B.ed Programme

    After completion of the Course, the student teacher will be able to:

·       understand the concept of assessment
·       understand the use of quantitative & qualitative tools and techniques of evaluation
·       develop the skill in preparing, administering and analyzing diagnostic test
·       familiarize with new trends in assessment
·       develop the skill necessary to compute basic statistical estimates and interpret the test scores

COURSE CONTENT(Syllabus of assessment for learning B.Ed)

Assessment, Measurement, Evaluation and Revised taxonomy
·       Concept of Assessment, Measurement, Evaluation, and Examination.
·       Importance and Principles of Assessment.
·       Difference among Assessment, Measurement and Evaluation.
·       Examination as a tool for Assessment.
·       NCF’s 2005 vision of Assessment for Learning
·       Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy( 2000) for Instructional Objectives
·       Teacher as a facilitator in Assessment for Learning.

UNIT- 2 
Tools and Techniques
·       Characteristics of a good Assessment tool.
·       Assessment Approaches:
o   Formative (Assessment for Learning) and Summative (Assessment of Learning)
o   Quantitative and Qualitative
·       Tools of Evaluation: Observation, Interview, Questionnaire, Rating scale, Checklist, and Cumulative Record
·       Self-assessment and Feedback
·       Planning and Preparation of an Achievement test (Including blueprint)
·       Objective Type Test
·       Subjective Type Test

New Trends and Issues in Assessment: 
·       Semester System, Grading System, Credit system
·       Online Examination System, Question Bank, Open Book System
·       Flexibility in Examination, Exam on Demand
·       Diagnostic and Remedial Teaching for Qualitative Assessment.
·       Using ICT for Innovation in Examination: Administration and Execution.
·       Issues in Assessment:
o   Assessment at Different Stages
o   Design and Conduct of Assessment
o   Curricular Areas that can’t be Tested for Marks

Statistical Methods and Interpretation of Scores
·       Meaning, Need, and Importance of Statistics in Educational Assessment.
·       Organization and Graphical Presentation of Data
·       Scales of Measurement.
·       Measures of Central Tendency: Mean Median and Mode.
·       Measures of Variability: Range, Quartile Deviation and Standard Deviation.
·       Normal Probability Curve: Concept and Characteristics.
·       Co-efficient of Correlation: Spearman’s Rank Difference Method.
·       Percentile and Percentile Rank.

Tasks & Assignments: 
·       Project on Online Exam and On Demand Exam.
·       Preparation of Diagnostic Test.
·       Preparation of Achievement Test and Its Analysis.
·       Preparation of Question Bank.
·       Preparation of Cumulative Record of One Student during Teaching Practice.
·       Any Assignment provided by the institution.

SUGGESTED READINGS and Books for assessment for learning Subject

·       Aggarwal,          Y.P.      (2002). Statistical        Methods:        Concepts,  Applications   and Computation. New Delhi: Sterling Publishers Pvt. Limited.
·       Anastasi, A. (1976). Psychological Testing. New York: McMillan Publishing Co., Inc.
·       Asthana, B. (2008). Measurement and Evaluation in Psychology and Education. Agra: Agrawal Publications.
·       Bhargava,  M.  and  Mathur,  M.  (2005).  Psychometrics  and  Statistical  Applications in Educational and Behavioural Sciences. Agra: H. P. Bhargava Book House.
·       Choube. P. S (1998). A Guide to  Psychology Experiments and Statistical  Formulas. Agra: Vinod Pustak Mandir.
·       Ferguson,  G.A.  (1976).  Statistical  Analysis  in  Psychology  and  Education.  Tokyo: McGraw Hill Kogakusha Limited.
·       Guilford,  J.P.  and  Fruchter,  B.  (1970).  Fundamental Statistics in Psychology and Education. New York: McMillan Publishing Co., Inc.
·       Gupta, C.B., and Gupta, V. (1995).  An Introduction to Statistical  Methods.  Kanpur: Vikas Publishing Pvt. House.
·       Lewis, R.A. (1979). Psychological Testing and Assessment. London: Allyn and Bacon, Inc.
·       Mangal, S.K. (2002). Statistics in Psychology and Education. New Delhi: Prentice-Hall of India.

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