Attitude of Secondary level Teachers towards Continuous and comprehensive Evaluation Method

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Title of the problem

ATTITUDE OF SECONDARY LEVEL TEACHERS TOWARDS CONTINUOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION METHOD

PERIYAR UNIVERSITY
SALEM

Submitted By Submitted To
Karikalan k Dr. M .Vakkil
M.Phil(P/T) Assistant Professor

ATTITUDE OF SECONDARY LEVEL TEACHERS TOWARDS CONTINUOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION METHOD

INTRODUCTION

Swami Vivekananda says, “Education should help in the appearance of the latent talents of the learner”. The National Police on Education (1986) emphasized the need for Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation to facilitate active and meaningful learning in classrooms. The Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation is not only focusing on the classroom activities but also on the development of the children. The word ‘Continuous’ refers to the continuum of the assessment process throughout the teaching learning schedule. The word ‘Comprehensive’ refers to the inclusiveness of other skills which contribute the total personality development of children, i.e. emotional behavioral attributes and attainments of children. The Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation may be classified in two types Formative assessment (FA)

Summative assessment (SA)
Formative assessment (FA)
Formative assessment is the continuous assessment of students’ learning in scholastic and co- scholastic activities by the teachers in the classroom and in the extended learning environment. Formative assessment is carried out in two modes

Formative assessment (a), i.e. FA (a) - Activity Mode
Formative assessment (b), i.e. FA (b) - Test Mode
Summative assessment (SA)
Summative assessment (SA) is the assessment of learners’ scholastic attainment at the end of each term. This assessment is based on a blue print comprising of knowledge, understanding, comprehension, application, analysis etc.,

This study also aims to develop the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation methods of evaluation in secondary level students. This method of evaluation is more reliable to the students.

NEED FOR THE STUDY
Importance of this study is,
The method of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation is introduced in the lower classes of VI to IX for the last two years in the Tamil Nadu government. Therefore, this method of evaluation is conducted by the Teachers. How to utilize this method of evaluation to students? Moreover, useful of students. The old method of Evaluation and the method of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation are fully different so, the teachers how managing this as well as the CCE method of evaluation included more sub topic.

STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

The present study is titled as “Attitude of Secondary level teachers towards Continuous and comprehensive Evaluation Method”.

OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY

1. To find out the Attitude of Secondary level teachers towards Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation method in Dharmapuri Educational District. 2. To find out the differences in the Attitude of Secondary level teachers towards Continuous and comprehensive Evaluation method based on the following demographic variables

i) Gender
ii) Locality of teachers.
iii) Locality of school.
iv) Teachers education Qualification.
v) Type of institution. (Middle school, high school, Hr.Sec.school)
vi) Age
vii) Experience.

HYPOTHESIS OF THE STUDY

The following Hypotheses have been formulated on the basis of the Objectives of the presents study 1. The Attitude of Secondary level teachers towards Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation method in Dharmapuri Educational District have high. 2.There is no significant difference among the secondary level teachers in their attitude towards Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation method based on the demographic variables

i) Gender
ii) Locality of teachers.
iii) Locality of school.
iv) Teachers education Qualification.
v) Type of institution. (Middle school,...
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