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Republic of the Philippines Department of Education DIVISION OF BULACAN DISTRICT OF CALUMPIT

ARSENIO SANTOS MEMORIAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


Gatbuca, Calumpit,Bulacan

ASSESSMENT TOOLS IN EVALUATING PUPIL PERFORMANCE IN SCHOOL Four main Levels where assessments and evaluations are generated: 1. National - The Department of Education aims to lead young Filipinos in the discovery of their own potential through the academe provided for every Filipino enabling them to create their own destiny to the global community. To achieve this vision, DepEd reaches out responsive efforts for the students educational and worthwhile needs. One way is to determine the students capacity of learning. There comes, National Achievement Test. 2. Division state mastery test, 3. 4. District standardized test 5. School Summative Test, Quizzes, , |Assignment, Recitation and Board work The following is a list of several trends that seem to be emerging at the School: 1. Standard / Assessment the school use assessment and evaluation criteria to measure how schools and students meet their standards. 2. Promotion the school mandated assessments determines promotion from grade to grade.These scores are also a major factor in high school graduation requirements. 3. Funds funding ,in our school,is tied to student achievement 4. Publicity Schools report cards frequently include a record of how each schools students Scored

Assessment Tools designed to measure how well students are meeting the standards in school

1. Norm Reference Tests The result of theses exams are often widely disseminated, and they can have dynamic consequences, Some group issue school report cards which provide a school - by- school comparison of students performances. These report cards are often published in local newspapers and can have quite an impact on public perceptions of individual

schools. 2. Criterion-referenced tests ( CRT ) another kind of test that have been in use longer than the mastery tests.

Assessment Tools 1. Choose a response assessments ask a students to pick a response from a given list. Examples : multiple choice, true /false and matching type. 2. Alternative assessments involves a creating response to a question. Examples\; essays, oral recitation, role plays, performance task, group work activity and portfolios. Three Methods of Assessment Use in School A. Performance Assessment Its is a way to document and evaluate the work that students have accomplished during some fixed period of time. It tends to take the form of lengthy, multidisciplinary problem solving activities. SCHOOL PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT PROGRAM School Assessment, a test of reading, math, and science achievement.. School Performance Assessment Program was a test given to students to test their mastery of the basics and how well they applied knowledge in authentic problem-solving situations. The primary purpose was to provide information that could be used to improve instruction in schools. It measured the performance of schools by illustrating: 1. How well students solved problems cooperatively and individually. 2. How well students applied what they learned to real world problems. 3. How well students could relate and use knowledge from different subject areas. B. Projects Projects are designed to draw upon a range of skills from the student, who may work individually or in groups to accomplish the goals that have been set. Projects can be creative and varied as the teacher who has assigned them. Example of projects that the teacher gives: Create a computer game that teaches math facts. Make a map of your neighborhood Design and build working prototype of a non-fossil-fuel vehicle.

C. Portfolios

The portfolio is the capstone for the students academic experience at New Tech High. As the students are developing their portfolio, it becomes the driving force for the development and measurement of the school wide learning outcomes, a set of skills critical to success in postsecondary education and the workplace. The portfolio also provides a clear means for students to express their goals, growth, skills, and interests to the world in a professional manner. Furthermore, evaluation of the portfolio by staff, peers, parents, and community members serves as a vehicle for strengthening partnerships with the school and evaluating the students progress toward their life goal.