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Evaluation (vs) Assessment (in Hindi)
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Talvir Singh
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  1. TEACHING APTITUDE EVALUATION SYSTEM


  2. Assessment-process of planning, collecting, analyzing and reporting information about student learning Planning Reporting Assessment Collecting Analyzing 6


  3. Definition of Evaluation Evaluation is a value judgment on an observation "performance test" or indeed any 'data' whether directly measured or inferred. (International Dictionary of Education,1977) Evaluation is the process of determining to what extent the educational objectives are being realized. (Ralph Tyler,1950)


  4. ASSESSMENT EVALUATION is ongoing Both provides closure is positive require criteria is judgmental is individualized measuresis applied against are standards provides evidence feedback drivern shows shortfalls


  5. The Purpose of... evaluation is to JUDGE assessment is to INCREASE quality. quality. Too short and not enough leaves. C-


  6. Assessment Learning Cycle Define intended learning objectives Redesign program to improve learning Measure selected learning outcomes Compare outcomes wit h intended objectives


  7. The Differences between Assessment and Evaluation Assessment Evaluation Assessment is the gathering of information about something, such as student performance Evaluation is the act of setting a value on the asses sment information. Assessment is information Evaluation is a judgment Assessment is qualitative Evaluation is quantitative Evaluation ranks and sorts individuals within groups Assessment pinpoints specific strengths and weaknesses Assessment is diagnostic and formative, as well as summative Evaluation is only summative