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Learn at home “Important video on how to evaluate a unit test

Learn at home “Important video on how to evaluate a unit test

Learn at home in June and July. Understand how to evaluate the unit test after the children have completed the activities.
Home Learning activity evaluation process important guidelines.
There are a total of five phases of home learning assessment.
1. Constructive Evaluation Do this yourself.
Through which progress per student will be seen.
2. Assessment in the whole class by which we will know the collective condition of our class.
3. Evaluation per study Conclusion It will help you to know which study conclusions have been well achieved and which are yet to be achieved.


4. Life skills based assessment This assessment is to be done by asking your guardian.
And the summary is to be written in the module.
5. Your opinion is to write your opinion regarding the process.
If necessary, send your opinion to the given WhatsApp number.
Information on how to do a true mark, question mark, cross mark based on the activity done by the child.
Important video on Home Learning Assessment by Education Department, Government of Gujarat.
Accordingly, the teachers may develop unit plans, which could be theme-wise or lesson-wise. The unit plans need to include not only the learning tasks and resources but the assessment strategies as well.
The resources may be those as suggested in the textbooks, or the teachers may adopt, adapt or design afresh, if required. Their choice needs to be rationalised as per the concepts, children’s needs with respect to their abilities and the context besides taking care of the feasibility in terms of the availability, time, cost, etc.
The teacher may initiate the teaching-learning for a lesson or a set of concepts in a curricular area as per the unit plan.
In order to plan different activities for a particular lesson, it is required to identify the existing level of children, i.e., the gap between desired goals and their current knowledge, understanding and skills. To gauge this information, both students and teachers need to work together.
Measures for self-assessment and peer-assessment in individual or group tasks through various oral or written ways using means like questioning, discussion, drawing, write up, assignment, etc., can help discern the information on existing gaps which the teachers need to interpret and communicate to the students suitably
Learn at home “Important video on how to evaluate a unit test

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