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AIOU Solved Assignments 1 & 2 Code 8602 Spring 2019. Solved Assignments code 8602 Educational Assessment and Evaluation 2019. Allama iqbal open university old papers.

Course: Educational Assessment and Evaluation (8602) Level: B.Ed (1 1⁄2 & 21⁄2 Years) Semester: Spring 2019 ASSIGNMENT No. 1

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the or In a Hopkins and Antes (1990) defined evaluation as a continuous inspection of all available information in order to form a valid judgment of students’ learning and/or the effectiveness of education program. The central idea in evaluation is “value.” When we evaluate a variable, we are basically judging its worthiness, appropriateness and goodness. Evaluation is always done against a standard, objectives or criterion. In teaching learning process teachers made students’ evaluations that are usually done in the context of comparisons between what was intended (learning, progress,

behaviour) and what was obtained.

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Q No 2. A) Explain the cognitive domain of Bloom’s Taxonomy of education objective .

Answer

Cognitive domain: The cognitive domain (Bloom, 1956) involves the development of intellectual skills. This includes the recall or recognition of specific facts, procedural patterns, and concepts that serve in the development of intellectual abilities and skills. There are six levels of this domain starting from the simplest cognitive behaviour to the most complex. The levels can be thought of as degrees of difficulties. That is, the first ones must normally be mastered before the next ones can take place. Affective domain: The affective domain is related to the manner in which we deal with things emotionally, such as feelings, values, appreciation, enthusiasms, motivations, and attitudes. The five levels of this domain include: receiving, responding, valuing, organization, and characterizing by value.

Psychomotor domain: Focus is on physical and kinesthetic skills. The psychomotor domain includes physical movement, coordination, and use of the motor-skill areas. Development of these skills requires practice and is measured in terms of speed, precision, distance, procedures, or techniques in execution. There are seven levels of this domain from the simplest behaviour to the most complex. Domain levels include: Perception, set, guided response, mechanism, complex or overt response, adaptation. · http://www.nwlink.com/~donclark/hrd/bloom.html · http://www.learningandteaching.info/learning/bloomtax.htm

Over all Bloom’s taxonomy is related to the three Hs of education process that are Head, Heart and

Hand.

Note: In each of the three domains Bloom’s Taxonomy is based on the premise that the categories are ordered in degree of difficulty. An important premise of Bloom’s Taxonomy is that each ‘level’ must be mastered before progressing to the next. As such the levels within each domain are levels of learning development, and these levels increase in difficulty. Writing Cognitive Domain Objectives In teaching learning process, cognitive domain of Blooms taxonomy is of prime focus. So let’s discuss this domain in detail and learn to write objectives of this domain.

The first level of learning is knowledge.

Knowledge can be characterized as awareness of specifics and of the ways and means of dealing with specifics. The knowledge level focuses on memory or recall where the learner recognizes information, ideas, principles in the

To arrange, to define, to Knowledge

describe, to identify, to list, to label, to name, to order, to recognize, to recall, to relate, to repeat, to reproduce, to state, to underline.

Comprehension Comprehension is the next level of learning and encompasses understanding. Has the knowledge been internalized or understood? The student should be able to Application translate, Application comprehend, or knowledge. student knowledge situation? the application solve problem. selects, To choose, classify, demonstrate, to discuss, to explain, identify, interpret, to pick, is the use of relate, To apply, to Can the demonstrate, Analysis apart knowledge, investigation concept. the knowledge student  a It a transfers, involves It can The use of has in can real d only of piece of parts theory a obtained also i student occur taking world i new of and the be to of

a if to generalize, interpret, operate, practice, restructure, schedule, calculate, compare, contrast, detect, determine, distinguish, dramatize, analyze, to report, to classify, to label,  to recognize, to describe, indicate, develop, illustrate, compare, discriminate, express, to employ, determine, to respond, to locate,to

to initiate,  to organize, to relate, to rewrite, to appraise, sketch,  to categorize, conclude, or criticize; to debate, to develop, or deduce; to comprehends a concept.

diagram, to diagnose, The student examines,

differentiate, or discriminate; classifies, hypothesizes,

to estimate, to examine, to collects data and draws

evaluate to experiment to

Synthesis Synthesis is the creative act. It’s the taking of knowledge and the creation of something new. It is an inductive process—one of building rather than one of breaking down. The student originates, integrates, and combines ideas into something that is new to him/her.

To arrange, to assemble, to collect, to compose, to construct, to constitute, to create, to design, to develop, to device, to document, to formulate, to manage, to modify, to originate, to organize, to plan, to prepare, to predict, to produce, to propose, to

Evaluation Evaluation is judgment or

relate, to reconstruct, decision making. The student appraises, assesses or criticizes on a basis of specific standards and criteria.

b) Describe

Answer

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data to be desired Classroom tests and assessments can be used for the

given at the beginning of an instructional unit or course to

have the prerequisite skills needed for the motivation etc) students have already achieved the objectives of planned

placement or modification of instruction)

formative assessment

• monitor learning progress

• detect learning errors

• provide feedback for students and teachers iii. End of Instruction Testing

• measure intended learning outcomes

• used for formative assessment

• provides bases for grades, promotion etc Prior to developing an effective test, one needs to determine whether or not a test is the appropriate type of assessment. If the learning objectives are of primarily types of procedural knowledge (how to perform a task) then a written test may not be the best approach. Assessment of procedural knowledge generally calls for a performance demonstration assessed using a rubric. Where demonstration of a procedure is not appropriate, a test can be an effective assessment tool. 2. The first stage of developing a test is planning the test content and length. Planning the test begins with development of a blueprint or test specifications for the test structured on the For of related When intends and testing, percentages and items that drawings the ii. iii. iv. v. Table Test that following each learning therefore concepts specifications for 7.1: an Specifications Item any Typically, tasks produce Presentation tasks Assembly items Delivery information constraint. to outcome to table each learning each for engineer Table use other .specifications: are and to four outcomes and test designs to concept, of of be the in presented Model: a tasks of in elements: material be the weightage construction. outcome, construction, specification produced, specification Model: task. are prepares regarding Specifications the measured, Model: learning to it also or and test. Delivery develop to such to instructional Assembly meet description a of Item a referred and the Presentation The outcomes. weight test design test at Fulcher as he is tentative test a Model guiding the specifications this weight texts, the test usually for items administration, takers. should to requirements sub-level to model Social format. of objectives blueprint & tells as construct diagrams, language weightage and will item model Davidson know ‘blueprints’, be how helps be Studies measuring types contains assigned describe what provides used of to a the that of and .test (2009) the building of the be to its Class actual a to each details be for two charts assessed the test building based security/confidentiality constructs. planned assessment determine information constructed.  divided they key VI and items, construct, test developer all which  on elements: choose are information is is inhabitants. by the test prompts going delivered. It the literally are the how which includes relative It specify specifications to number the is used test to samples the not combine or materials, necessary be specifies architectural Similarly, instrument. importance

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Q No. 3 Compare and contrt the characteristics of Criterion and Norm referenced Tests.

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condition could be stated as, told a case study, shown a diagram, given a map, after listening a lecture or observing a demonstration, after through reading, etc

3. Norm-referenced Tests and Criterion-Referenced Tests

Tests can be categorized into two major groups: norm-referenced tests and criterion-referenced

tests. These two tests differ in their intended purposes, the way in which content is selected, and the

scoring process which defines how the test results must be interpreted.

(a) Definition of Norm-Referenced Test

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(i) Purposes of Criterion and Norm – Reference testing

The major reason for using a norm-referenced test is to classify students. Norm Reference Tests

are designed to highlight achievement differences between and among students to produce a

dependable rank order of students across a continuum of achievement from high achievers to low

achievers. School systems might want to classify students in this way so that they can be properly

placed in remedial or gifted programs. These types of tests are also used to help teachers select

students for different ability level reading or mathematics instructional groups.

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 (iii) Criterion-Referenced Tests

i. To determine whether each student has achieved specific skills or concepts based on standards. ii. Measures specific skills which make up a designated curriculum. These skills are identified by teachers and curriculum experts iii. Each individual is compared with a preset standard for acceptable achievement. The performance of other examinees is irrelevant. iv. Student’s score is usually expressed as a percentage. Student achievement is reported for individual skills.

Advantage of Criterion Referenced Test

Following are the major advantages of criterion referenced tests:

First, students are only tested on their knowledge of specific goals or standards. For example, if you

had taught a lesson on adding fractions, you will give the student a test on adding fractions. If he or

she scores 85% that means that that particular student has learned 85% of that goal. If a student

does not score particularly well, then the teacher

can adjust their instruction accordingly.

Another benefit is that if students do not seem to master a particular standard, the teacher will

be able to go back and teach that standard again until the student performs better.

i. Disadvantages of Criterion-Referenced Tests

Criterion-referenced tests have some built-in disadvantages. Creating tests that are both valid

and reliable requires fairly extensive and expensive time and effort. In addition, results

cannot be generalized beyond the specific course or program. Such tests may also be

compromised by students gaining access to test questions prior to exams. Criterion-

referenced tests are specific to a program and cannot be used to measure the performance of large groups. Norm-Referenced Tests

ii. To rank each student with respect to the achievement of others in order to discriminate between high and low achievers.

iii. Measures broad skill areas sampled from a variety of

iv. textbooks, judgments Each other score–usually percentile. reported although tests achievement individual examinees do for .of some Student curriculum for syllabi, broad expressed is report individual norm-referenced and compared achievement skill assigned experts. and skills student as areas, with the is a

ii. Advantages of Norm reference Test

The advantage of a norm-referenced test is that it shows us how our student is doing

related to other students across the country. They are good for using the placement of

students at the beginning and then again four or six months later, or at the end of the year. This

will show growth over the period of the time.

Norm-referenced student in of An population against which assess theory, improvement test.

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Q No. 4 Elaborate by learning process?

 Answer

Perhaps them. However, to preserve not times, a (v) providing obvious well total seeks in skills growth a particularly the a grade. attitudes fixed practice Disadvantage positive as disadvantage most to sometimes beyond examples. a over goal .raise One whole, tests straightforward the are self-image, as time. can the must choosing the shown related bar along only different occurs of Why be They of achievement has remember Norm used norm-referenced on with where to people’s aptitude aren’t often among simply a self-image Reference way to norm-referenced techniques informal individuals measure been to we of responses multiple of because measurement be can’t finding all moved used and observational test students tests the for expect choices. social fall of for out may the success in test. is familiarity grading within about the that acceptance measurement great is be against However, important face affected evaluation it the of someone’s though growth, cannot an with of new whole. educational excessive (i.e. by and they while for measure if standards are social of any, attitude Thus, attitudes the teaching aptitude can useful this over teachers desirability. failure be progress only reform is functions). which short one would for to attractive of measuring rates, the the showing program element in seek periods of They be same teaching learners In and the to to in order may ask  tell about their true attitudes, but answer in a way that they feel socially acceptable. Given this problem, various methods of measuring attitudes have been developed. However, all of them have limitations. In particular the different measures focus on different components of attitudes – cognitive, affective and behavioral – and as we know, these components do not necessarily coincide.

Attitude measurement can be divided into two basic categories o Direct Measurement (liker scale and semantic differential) o Indirect Measurement (projective techniques) Semantic Differential The semantic differential technique of Osgood et al. (1957) asks a person to rate an issue or topic on a standard set of bipolar adjectives (i.e. with opposite meanings), each representing a seven point scale. To prepare meanings are example ‘car’, feel about In image ten people word The evaluation, potency • topic dirty • weak).

• Using with behavior. (activity). The attitude, because Evaluation An attitude. However, these report However, the Socially items. Activity Potency Evaluation the most attitude applicable of their evaluation – semantic and (e.g. ‘polite’.

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person’s strong attitude it scales. social of often they for 20 in – People are often motivated to give replies that make them appear “well adjusted”, unprejudiced, open minded and democratic. Self report scales that measure attitudes towards race, religion, sex etc. are heavily affected by socially desirability bias. Respondents who harbor a negative attitude towards a particular group may not wish be admit to

the experimenter (or to themselves) that they have these feelings. Consequently, responses on attitude scales are not always 100% valid. Projective Techniques To avoid the problem of social desirability, various indirect measures of attitudes have been used. Either people are unaware of what is being measured (which has ethical problems) or they are unable consciously to Indirect a person requires interpretation of The opinions or indirect methods strength it scientific which Thematic Here Apperception their personality. enough encourage about. TAT perceptions The • • • • Evaluation The do objectively There is being What What What What is actually affect the attitudes not person major assumption qualitative can a studied ambiguous is is has is the the person with methods to a what since also be interpretation happening only big Apperception criticism characters outcome measure discussion, led of must an used about into Although the is Test when criticism. Indirect is provide up ambiguous rather being .about the presented typically look ethical in or to the (TAT) of using a of incomplete attitudes at the ambiguous variety are indirect at kind the measured. than the the it these Methods general from event the problem should Test taps involve indirect thinking picture, story (i.e. moment of with quantitative. picture(s) of people measures in the methods into shown unclear) ways, stimulus.

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The advantages of such indirect techniques of attitude measurement are that they are less likely to produce socially desirable responses, the person is unlikely to guess what is being measured and behavior should be natural and reliable.

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Q No. 5 Explain the advantages and disadvantages of objective type test items. Also

highlight the importance significance of the objective type tests

Answer Criterion-referenced and cannot compromised referenced large The related students will Norm-referenced student in of reliability Advantages Mark times, a Assessment If Administering If If show i. ii. The i. ii. iii. iv. v. a item total reliable advantage the groups. test the be growth to main particularly at of growth does scores grade. Type Disadvantages Advantages measures They other They skills. They They The select following tests other the the generalized of requires advantages not by beginning test. over students is Essay .can give means. over are of two One can of it. emphasize students an tests correlate students the a as tests be time. specific integral examines different for statements the measures must norm-referenced Type shown fairly easily along of two what beyond cannot period and of have They Norm of across remember with essay administration Items to part gaining extensive forms Criterion-Referenced it constructed. then integration on with freedom is a some aren’t of guess the complex reference a of the program designed as the type again norm-referenced the informal teaching of total true specific built-in access time. to the we the tests to country. and test four be test or and test respond learning and can’t answer to of Test used false. learning are observational scores disadvantages. or expensive is measure a at course to cannot application six expect that test as a They for test time within because months outcomes follows: test. Tests

it are grading process. it should be or then are is great questions shows .consistent time broad used method program. later, evaluation of good it they Creating be though growth, is which and thinking to limits.  us a reconsidered. or of have reliable measure for prior at how effort. then Such split they cannot if the using tests are to any, and half our to it test. end can supply tests In useful the is that exams. the over reliability. be student called problem of addition, be performance are the may measured placement it short one for rather year. both the Criterion- also is showing element periods

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vi. Practically it is more economical to use essay type tests if number of students is

small.

vii. They required less time for typing, duplicating or printing. They can be written on

the blackboard also if number of students is not large.

viii. They can measure divergent thinking.

 ix. They can be used as a device for measuring and improving language and

 expression skill of examinees.

 x. They are more helpful in evaluating the quality of the teaching process.

xi. Studies has supported that when students know that the essay type questions will be asked, they focus on learning broad concepts and articulating relationships, contrasting and comparing.

xii. They set better standards of professional ethics to the teachers because they

expect more time in assessing and scoring from the teachers.

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are are not the interfering with the measurement process itself. It is possible to word an essay item so precisely that there is one and only one very brief answer to it. The imposition of such rigid bounds on the response is more limiting than it is helpful. Examinees do need guidance, however, to judge how extensive their response must to be considered complete and accurate.

vii. Generally give preference to specific questions that can be answered briefly. The more questions used, the better the test constructor can sample the domain of knowledge covered by the test. And the more responses available for scoring, the more accurate the total test scores are likely to be. In addition, brief responses can be scored more quickly and more accurately than long, extended responses, even when there are fewer of the latter type. viii. Use enough items to sample the relevant content domain adequately, but not so

many that students do not have sufficient time to plan, develop, and review their

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Administering the Test

I. Test Assembly

We have discussed various aspects of test planning and construction. If you have written instructional objectives, constructed a test, and written items that match your objectives, then more than likely you will have a good test. All the “raw material” will be there. However, sometimes the

raw material, as good as it may be, can be rendered useless because of poorly assembled and administrated test. By now you know it requires a substantial amount of time to write objectives, put together a test blueprint, and write items. It is worth a little more time to properly assemble or packages your test so that your efforts will not be wasted. Assembly of the test comprises the following steps:- (i) Group together all item of similar format e.g. group all essay type item or MCQ’s in one group. (ii) Arrange test items from easy to hard (iii) Space the items for easy reading (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x) (xi) II. Most of printing/copies you · · · · · · III. The suggestions · · · Reproduction such Manage Manage Use Retain Be Manage Maintain Maximize Equalize Administration Position Test Keep Answer Test Make i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. x. Determine spent test Provide test careful good copies must directions is items all reproduction original constructing Provide Provide Clarify Remind Monitor Minimize Give Collect Count ready. Rotate printing photocopy confidentiality illustrations, keys a advantages achievement to the adequate quality while be positive can help how will and time .item proofread must of all test All test the distributions students must easy, proper the vary not making of of their students your of distractions the the warnings that unbiased from attitude the in the uniformly be the students and answer in a have tremendously. rules tables, to be Test your options valid students comfortable the remains checked motivation test of system Test paper all to a sets proper precised continuously the proper/new record a schools own make the and for if and properly (gender, good charts, sheets, test to of test on and achievement

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IV. Test Taking Strategies

To improve test-taking skills, there are three approaches that might prove fruitful. Students need to understand the mechanics of test-taking, such as the need to carefully follow instructions, checking their work, and so forth. Second, they need to use appropriate test- taking strategies, including ways in which test items should be addressed and how to make educated guesses. Finally, they need to practice their test-taking skills to refine their abilities and to become more comfortable in testing situations. By acting upon the following strategies the students may enhance their test taking strategies:- V. i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. Cheating learning i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. Steps Students Students Students For answers Answer Students Use Review Practice Take administration. Students prevent If Testing students Two Use spaces Create to achievement. scratch is Prevent special forms To test each  between special hours and what big the the use Get using item very need need need need of paper should seating Post Note:- item, maintain issue practice the must easier Cheating of are Regards:- formats carefully. students. Hand precautions answer helping to to to to tests they Following is be arrangements students be Last follow understand check make while used questions watched can a doing. items provided for positive Written Date sheets. material. also educated administering have directions their practice. steps and need to carefully. be of1st first while work. it how used attitude keep answer sufficient turned can and to guesses. placing  carefully. or to Walk the be read use budget Solved persist concerning tests in choices followed around test some the with space the to students their to secure the items .the get entire with the on the to test. time.

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