TA3 – Assessing the Student's Learning
The purpose of student assessment is to provide feedback on the teaching-learning process and the effectiveness of individual learning in relation to the set and expected learning outcomes, and to use this information to help students make the process more effective. The assessment process includes the approach, methods and tools or techniques used and the format in which assessment results are documented and the feedback is given. The choice of assessment methods and techniques should be adapted to the students’ and teachers’ needs and to the nature of the expected learning outcome. Assessment in general takes into account the educational, institutional context in which learning takes place.
- To plan, design and implement different assessment methods and to use adequate tools for the context and goals of learning and learners’ needs.
- To analyse students’ performance and provide timely and useful feedback that supports the improvement of the learning process.
- To regularly monitor and evaluate the effectiveness and adequacy of the assessment process.
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|4 points||Neither Agree nor Disagree|
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University of Universe
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