Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation

WHAT IS CCE?

School Based Continuous & Comprehensive Evaluation.

  • Continuous
  • Comprehensive
  • Evaluation
Assessment of Learning
  • Involves working with range of available evidence that enables staff and wider community to check pupil’s progress.

HELPS IN :

  • Keeping track of progress
  • Identify learning gaps
  • Understand how pupils learn and what they learn
  • Tap their strengths and weaknesses
  • Give remediation where required

SCHOOL BASED CONTINUOUS & COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION SYSTEM

  • Reduces stress on children
  • Makes evaluation comprehensive
  • Provides space for teachers for creative teaching
  • Provides a tool of diagnosis & remediation
  • Provides learners with greater skills

IT WILL HELP IN :

  • Elimination of chance element & subjectivity
  • De-emphasize memorization
  • Incorporate assessment in different situations of learning
  • Space for assessment in different ways, for the benefit of children
  • Incorporate scholastic & co-scholastic aspects of learner’s development
  • Give descriptive assessment picture of the pupil
  • Assessment on continuous basis
  • Improvement and examination reform
  • Use of grades give broader assessment and reduces comparisons.

ASSESSMENT DONE IN:

  • Scholastic Areas
  • Co-scholastic Areas

CERTIFICATE HAS THREE PARTS

    PART 1

  • Academics
  • Work exp: art edu : PHED
    PART 2

  • Life Skills
  • Attitudes & Values
    PART 3

  • Skills & Clubs
  • Health & Physical ed

ASSESSMENT WILL BE DONE IN SCHOLASTIC & CO-SCHOLASTIC AREAS

    Scholastic includes:

  • Academics (Core Subjects + IT)
  • Work Experience (Community Service) Art Education (SUPW) Physical & Health Education

ASSESSMENT OF SCHOLASTIC AREA

      Academics:
    Two kinds of assessment:

  • FORMATIVE – Continuously during the term
  • SUMMATIVE – At the end of the term

SCHOOL BASED EVALUATION

  • Part  I – Scholastic a & b
  • PART  I    A : Academic Assessment
    Formative – 2 (FA1 + FA2)
    Weightage = 10% + 10% = 20%
    Summative : At the end of each term (Two terms only)
    Two Summatives in a year
    SA1 = 30%    –    First Term
    SA2 = 30%    –    Second TermTotalFirst Term  =  FA1+FA2  =  ( 10%+10%)  =  20%
    SA1                                                             =  30% / 50%Second Term  =  FA3+FA4  =  ( 10+10)  =  20%
    SA2                                                             =  30% / 50%

    First Term  +  Second Term

     

    50%          +          50 %                             = 100%

EACH FORMATIVE WILL CONSIST OF:

  • Class works           periodically
  • Oral work               periodically
  • Projects                 one or two
  • Activities                one or two
  • Assignments          one or two of different kinds
An average will be computed of the work done in two periods in each term.
I TERM
April-May-Half of July                 = FA1  (15th July)
Half of July –Aug-Sept                 = FA2 (10th Sept)
II TERM
Oct-Nov-Dec                            = FA3 (22nd Dec)
Jan-Feb                                = FA4  (27th Feb)
NOTE: ASSESSMENT DONE ON 9 POINT SCALE
Grading system
Scholastic –A

Marks Range Grade Grade Point
91-100 A1 10.0
81-90 A2 9.0
71-80 B1 8.0
61-70 B2 7.0
51-60 C1 6.0
41-50 C2 5.0
33-40 D 4.0
21-32 E1
00-20 E2
SCHOLASTIC AREAS
PART1 B
Work Experience
Art Education
Physical & Health Education

Grading done on 5 point scale

GRADE
A+    Most Indicators in a skill
A      Many Indicators in a skill
B+   Some  Indicators in a skill
B         Few Indicators in a skill
C  Very Few Indicators in a skill
WORK EXPERIENCE
Community service: School and Outside School

School: Reception Duty, Helping the Counselor,helping Class II,Conservation
Outside School : Each one Teach one, Sharing your learning

INDICATORS OF ASSESSMENT FOR SCHOLASTIC AREAS PART1 B
Work Experience
Does The Student Exhibits :

  • A collaborative approach to process of learning.
  • Is innovative in ideas
  • Plans and adheres to time line
  • Is involved and motivated
  • Demonstrates a positive attitude
  • Is helpful and facilitates others
  • Demonstrates an understanding of correlation with real life situations
SCHOLASTIC AREAS
PART1 B
ART EDUCATION

Fine Arts              Commercial Art   
Dance                         Music    
Carpentry             Instrumental Music
Clay Modeling      Electronics
Conservation
INDICATORS OF ASSESSMENT FOR SCHOLASTIC AREAS PART1 B
ART EDUCATION

  • An innovative and creative approach
  • Aesthetic sensibilities
  • Observation skills
  • Interpretation & originality
  • Correlation with real life
  • A willingness to experiment with different art modes/mediums
  • Awareness & appreciation of works of artists
  • Peer appreciation
SCHOLASTIC AREAS
PART1 B
PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION

  • PSE PERSONAL & SOCIAL EDUCATION
  • CLASS ROOM GAMES / COMPULSORY EVENING GAMES ( ONCE A WEEK)
INDICATORS OF ASSESSMENT FOR SCHOLASTIC AREAS
PART1 B
PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION
Student shows :

  • An appreciation & understanding of good physical health & physical fitne
  • An involvement in sports/physical education programmes
  • Team work
  • A knowledge of different sports & rules of games
  • Motivation & leadership
  • Skills of coordination, agility & balance
  • An awareness of rules of safety
  • An evidence of being self disciplined

PART 2: COSCHOLASTIC AREAS

PART 2 A:     LIFE SKILLS
PART 2 B:     ATTITUDES AND VALUES
 
PART 2 A-    LIFE SKILLS
THINKING SKILLS
             SOCIAL SKILLS
             EMOTIONAL SKILLS
ASSESSMENT ON 5 POINT GRADING SCALE
CHECK LISTS  WILL BE USED

GRADING SYSTEM FOR SCHOLASTIC B

GRADE
A+    Most Indicators in a skill
A      Many Indicators in a skill
B+   Some  Indicators in a skill
B         Few Indicators in a skill
C  Very Few Indicators in a skill

WHAT ARE THINKING SKILLS???

  • SELF AWARENESS
  • PROBLEM SOLVING
  • DECISION MAKING
  • CRITICAL THINKING
  • CREATIVE THINKING

TOOLS & TECHNIQUES OF ASSESSMENT

  • OBSERVATION
  • ANECDOTAL RECORDS
  • PORTFOLIOS (MAINTAINED BY THE STUDENT & THE TEACHER)
CHECK LIST FOR THINKING SKILLS
Does the student:

  • show creativity during class activities
  • Accepts challenge enthusiastically
  • Ask questions related to set task
  • Help or motivate others during group activity
  • Volunteer for special assignments
  • Try different ways of doing a single activity
  • Like to think out of the box
  • Apply knowledge or skills in new situations
  • Think about all possible options before starting a task
  • Feel comfortable in sharing his ideas with others
  • Maintain a comfortable level of eye contact
  • Come and ask how to correct the mistakes
  • Interrupt to tell his own stories/give his opinion/offer unasked advice
  • Break rules/set up for the task by using rude language
  • Try to exhibit negative behavior

WHAT ARE SOCIAL SKILLS???

  • INTER-PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS
  • EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION
  • EMPATHY
CHECK LIST FOR SOCIAL SKILLS
Does the child:

  • Show patience during a group task for slow learners
  • Help a classmate who is feeling low or unable to cope the given work
  • Appreciate the ideas and qualities of others
  • Like to be appreciated always

WHAT ARE EMOTIONAL SKILLS???

    • MANAGING FEELINGS / EMOTIONS
    • DEALING WITH STRESS

NOTE: THESE SKILLS CAN BE INTER-RELATED!

CHECK LIST FOR EMOTIONAL SKILLS
Does the child :

  • Say “I’ll never win / I’m just not lucky”, during an activity
  • Choose an activity according to his ability
  • Scream at class mates when angry or disturbed
  • Try to do the task again if declared unsuccessful in the first attempt
  • Try to improve weaker areas by putting in regular practice
    
  • Try to take help of teacher/partner in difficult situation
  • Try to get secluded when under stress
  • Try to take up some healthy activity like reading, gardening or playing during stressful time
  • Become argumentative during discussions
  • Show disrespect to the system or discipline of the school/class
CO-SCHOLASTIC
PART 2 B: ATTITUDES & VALUES
Attitude Towards :
    l  Teachers
    l   School mates
    l  School Programme
    l  Environment
 Value System

TECHNIQUES OF ASSESSMENT

Observation
Anecdotal Record

Three point Grading System:
A+(  most)     A (many)              B (some)
Continuous observation recorded in Anecdotal Record
Consolidation       - twice in an academic year
CHECKLIST FOR ATTITUDES
Towards Teachers:

    • Shows respect & courtesy at all times inside & outside classroom
    • Demonstrates attitudes that are positive & conducive to learning
    • Takes criticism in the right spirit
    • Respects and follows class teacher & school rules

Towards School:

    • Shares a healthy rapport with peers/mates
    • Is able to interact effectively with class mates
    • Is able to express/contribute ideas and opinions in a group
    • Is receptive to ideas & opinions in a group
    • Respects and is sensitive to differences among peers in - ability , religious beliefs, gender, culture etc.
    • Is kind & helpful
    • Is able to inspire members of the class or peer group

Towards School Programmes:

    • Is punctual & regular in attending school programmes
    • Participates & volunteers often for school programmes
    • Delivers a job assigned effectively & responsibly
    • Displays a healthy school spirit
    • Displays leadership skills
    • Inspires others to participate in school programmes

Towards Environment:

  • Respects school property
  • Aware of / sensitive to the threats posed to Nature by mankind
  • Participates in school driven activities relating to care for the environment
  • Participates in community driven activities relating to care for the environment
  • Takes initiative & plans activities directed towards the betterment of the Environment
  • Cares for others, respect life ,respect Mother Earth, love for one’s own country

TECHNIQUES OF ASSESSMENT

OBSERVATION
ANECDOTAL RECORDS
THREE POINT GRADING SYSTEM
A+ (most)            A (many)              B (some)

TECHNIQUES OF ASSESSMENT

OBSERVATION
ANECDOTAL RECORDS
THREE POINT GRADING SYSTEM
A+ (most)            A (many)              B (some)

CHECKLIST FOR VALUE SYSTEM

  • Understands the need for rules & follows them
  • Honest & ethical exhibits integrity
  • Has self- respect
  • Polite, courteous to everyone
  • Exhibits leadership
  • Respects diversity( culture, opinions, beliefs, abilities) respects the opposite sex
  • Shows a kind , helpful & responsible behavior / attitude
  • Displays commitment and an open mind
  • Works efficiently, respects time( own and others)
  • Displays a positive attitude towards peers,
  • adults ,community : seeks and provides solutions

TOOLS & TECHNIQUES OF ASSESSMENT

    • Observation
    • Anecdotal records based on participation in activities at class , Clubs, House , Inter-School level.
    • Portfolios
    • International (ISA work)
    • Project Citizen

NOTE: GRADED AT THREE POINT SCALE
A +(most) A (many) B (some)

  • Is a responsible member of community
  • Displays spirit of citizenship, is conscious of
    his responsibility towards the community , specially the underprivileged members
  • Peace loving: strives for conflict management in all stressful situations
  • Ability to find happiness within oneself

PART-3 A:CO-SCHOLASTIC ACTIVITIES

LITERARY & CREATIVE SKILLS
SCIENTIFIC SKILLS
AESTHETIC & PERFORMING ARTS
 VARIOUS CLUBS
NOTE: Any two will be assessed on the choice of the student

PART-3 A : LITERARY & CREATIVE SKILLS

Debates / Declamation
Creative writing
Drama
On the spot drawing
Slogan writing

CHECKLIST FOR LITERARY SKILLS

  • Participates actively in literary and creative activities at school / inter-school/ state/ National/ Inter-
    national level
  • Takes the initiative to plan and drive various literary events like debates, recitation, book clubs etc.
  • Is a member of student council/ school prefect etc. and helps / organize events in that capacity
  • Reads and shows high degree of awareness
  • Is able to appreciate well written / spoken pieces in all genres( prose/poetry/play) in all languages
  • 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
  • Shows good collaborative skills and is able to work effectively in a group
  • Is able to inspire others and involve a large part of the school / community in different events

PART-3 A: SCIENTIFIC SKILLS

Science club
Projects
Math club / Lab
Science Quiz
Science Exhibition
Olympiads

CHECKLIST FOR SCIENTIFIC SKILLS

  • Participates actively in scientific activities at school/ inter-school/ National levels
  • Is a keen observer and makes mature deduction
  • Displays good experimental skills and practical knowledge of various everyday phenomena
  • Is able to apply science in every day context
  • Shows good collaborative skills
  • Displays scientific temperament
  • Takes the initiative to plan and drive various science related events like quizzes, seminars, model making
    etc.
  • Is a member of student council/ school prefect etc. and helps / organize events in that capacity
  • Reads and shows high degree of awareness and is well informed
  • Is able to inspire others and involve a large part of the school / community in different events

PART-3 A: AESTHETIC SKILLS
MUSIC : VOCAL / INSTRUMENTAL DANCE DRAMA CRAFT SCULPTURE PUPPETRY FOLK ART FORMS

TOOLS & TECHNIQUES OF ASSESSMENT
Reporting by team of teachers in their activities at class, Clubs, House , Inter-school level
Portfolios
NOTE: GRADED AT THREE POINT SCALE
A + (most) A (many) B (some)

CHECKLIST FOR AESTHETIC SKILLS

  • Participates actively in activities that involve arts (visual and performing) at school/ Inter-school/
    National levels
  • Takes the initiative to plan and drive various creative events like plays, art competitions, mural painting,
    dances, music festivals etc.
  • Is a member of student council/ school prefect etc. and helps / organize events in that capacity
  • Reads and shows high degree of awareness and is well informed
  • Is able to appreciate well written / spoken pieces in all genres( prose/poetry/play) in all languages
  • Is able to explain why they enjoy a particular piece
  • Shows a keen interest and aptitude towards a particular art form
  • Is able to apply skills to performances / art forms
  • Displays a creative expression and a good presentation

PART-3 A: CLUBS
LITERARY NATURE SCIENCE Every child is a member of one of these clubs

TOOLS & TECHNIQUES OF ASSESSMENT
Reporting by team of teachers in their activities at class, Clubs, House , Inter-school level
Portfolios
NOTE: GRADED AT THREE POINT SCALE
A +(most) A (many) B (some)

TOOLS & TECHNIQUES OF ASSESSMENT
Reporting by team of teachers in their activities at class, Clubs, House , Inter-school level
Portfolios
NOTE: GRADED AT THREE POINT SCALE
A +(most) A (many) B (some)

CHECKLIST FOR CLUBS

  • Participates actively in activities that involve CLUBS at school/ inter-school/ National levels
  • Takes the initiative to plan and drive various creative events like festivals, environment week, fund
    raisers, seminar, quizzes etc.
  • Is a member of student council/ school prefect etc. and helps / organize events in that capacity
  • Displays originality of ideas and ability to see them through
  • Delivers assigned job effectively
  • Is able to inspire others of school and community to join
  • Reads and shows high degree of awareness and is well informed

PART-3 B: HEALTH & PHYSICAL EDUCATION
SPORTS : Compulsory for all
Games played in school during school hours + advanced sports after school hours
NCC / YOGA : Any one of these to be selected by the student

TOOLS & TECHNIQUES OF ASSESSMENT
Anecdotal record
Continuous observation
NOTE: GRADED AT THREE POINT SCALE
A +(Most) A (Many) B (some)

CHECKLIST FOR HEALTH & PHYSICAL EDUCATION

  • Displays an innate talent in an identified sport
  • Demonstrates endurance
  • Displays strength
  • Is able to move quickly
  • Is able to use his/her power to advantage
  • Is agile & able to change direction quickly during a game or a match
  • Shows flexibility
  • Demonstrates nerve & is able to overcome fear
  • Shows good hand-eye coordination
  • Demonstrates an analytic aptitude
  • Demonstrates sportsman spirit
  • Displays a healthy team spirit
  • Discipline on & off field
  • Punctuality & regularity for practices
PART 1: ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE: SCHOLASTIC AREAS
Term I: A: 9 POINTS

Subject FA 1
10%
Total (FA)
20%
SA 1
20%
Total 1 (FA+SA)
40%
Language 1
Language 2
Mathematics
Science
Social science
Introductory
Information technology

PART 1 A : Term II

Subject FA 3
10%
FA 4
10%
Total (FA)
20%
SA 2
40%
Total 1 (FA+SA)
60%
Language 1
Language 2
Mathematics
Science
Social science
Introductory
Information technology

PART 1 A Term I + 2

GRAND TOTAL
Term 1 + Term 2
GRADE FA 4
10%
PERCENTILE

PART I B. 5 POINT SCALE

  GRADE   DESCRIPTIVE INDICATORS
  WORK EXPERIENCE:
COMMUNITY SERVICE
  ART EDUCATION:
SUPW
  PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION

PART 2 : CO-SCHOLASTIC AREAS 2A : LIFE SKILLS: 5 POINT

  SKILL   GRADE   DESCRIPTIVE INDICATORS
  THINKING SKILLS
  SOCIAL SKILLS
  EMOTIONAL SKILLS

PART 2 B: ATTITUDES AND VALUES (Grading On A Three Point Scale A+, A AND B)

S.NO GRADE DESCRIPTIVE INDICATORS
  1   ATTITUDE TOWARDS
  1.1   TEACHERS
  1.2   SCHOOL MATES
  1.3   SCHOOL PROGRAMMES
  1.4   ENVIRONMENT
  2   VALUE SYSTEMS
PART 3: CO-SCHOLASTIC ACTIVITIES
(Grading On A Three Point Scale A+, A AND B)
3(A) : Any two of the following to be assessed

  ACTIVITY   GRADE   DESCRIPTIVE INDICATORS
  LITERARY and CREATIVE SKILLS
  SCIENTIFIC SKILLS
  AESTHETIC and PERFORMING ART
  CLUBS (Nature, Science and Literary Club)
HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION

3 (B) Any two of the following to be assessed
(Grading on a Three Point Scale A+, A & B)
1. Sports/indigenous sports
2. NCC / YOGA
  S. NO.   GRADE   ACTIVITY   DESCRIPTIVE INDICATORS
  1
  2