- Diploma in Elementary Education
The Training Programme On CCE For The Heads Of School And Teachers For The Elementary Level (CMDE Branch).
A ten dayTraining cum workshop programme was conducted by the CMDE Branch of The DIET, Thadlaskein from 28thSeptember to 9th October 2016 on the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE).The targeted number of teachers called for this programme was 50 teachers out of which only 37 of them attended.
Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation:
Process of assessment, mandated by the Right to Education Act, of India.CCE refers Continuous & Comprehensive Evaluation, a system of school based assessment that covers all the aspects of a student’s development. It was designed to reduce the student stress related to board exams, and to introduce a uniform and comprehensive pattern for student evaluation across the country. It emphasizes on two broad objectives: (a) Continuity in Evaluation and (b) Assessment of broad based learning. Clearly, it attempts to shift emphasis from ‘testing’ to ‘holistic learning’ with an aim of creating young adults, possessing appropriate skills and desirable qualities in addition to academic excellence. This approach to assessment has been introduced by state governments in India. The main aim of CCE is to evaluate every aspect of the child during their presence at the school. This is believed to help reduce the pressure on the child during/before examinations as the student will have to sit for multiple tests throughout the year, of which no test or the syllabus covered will be repeated at the end of the year, whatsoever. The CCE method is claimed to bring enormous changes from the traditional chalk and talk method of teaching, provided it is implemented accurately.
As a part of this new system, student's marks will be replaced by grades which will be evaluated through a series of curricular and extra-curricular evaluations along with academics. The aim is to decrease the workload on the student by means of continuous evaluation by taking number of small tests throughout the year in place of single test at the end of the academic program. Only Grades are awarded to students based on work experience skills, dexterity, innovation, steadiness, teamwork, public speaking, behavior, etc. to evaluate and present an overall measure of the student's ability. This helps the students who are not good in academics to show their talent in other fields such as arts, humanities, sports, music, athletics, and also helps to motivate the students who have a thirst of knowledge.
This programme on CCE was conducted to achieve the following objectives:
- To sensitize teachers on the concept of continuous and comprehensive evaluation.
- To orient teachers on the scheme of CCE of Meghalaya.
- To equip the teachers with the necessary skills and expertise to implement CCE in their schools.
- To equip the teachers with the skill of assessment in both formative and summative manner.
- To provide teachers with multiple techniques and tools of evaluation.
- To help develop skills of recording and reporting.
- To help develop cognitive, psychomotor and affective skills.
- To lay emphasis on thought process and DE-emphasized memorization.
- To make evaluation an integral part of teaching-learning process.
- To use evaluation for improvement of students’ achievement and teaching-learning strategies on the basis of regular diagnosis followed by remedial instruction.
- To use evaluation as a quality control device to maintain desired standard of performance.
- To determine social utility, desirability or effectiveness of a programme and take appropriate decisions about the learner, the process of learning and the learning environment.
- To make the process of teaching and learning a learner-centered activity.
Identification and procedure for engaging Resource Persons:
The resource persons for the training programme were identified and selected from the Institute itself .These Resource Persons have themselves undergone training and capacity building programmes as master trainers in handling CCE training in the previous years in the state and outside the state and are thus experts in CCE.
The following Faculty members were the RPs during the programme:
|Smt Nellie Laloo||Lecturer, DIET, Thadlaskein|
|Smt Emika Laloo||Senior Lecturer, DIET, Thadlaskein|
|Smt. Mumubai Lakiang||Senior Lecturer, DIET, Thadlaskein|
|Shri Matthew Diengdoh||Lecturer, DIET, Thadlaskein|
|Shri Ivan War,||Lecturer, DIET, Thadlaskein|
|Shri W.Wanswett and||Senior Lecturer, DIET, Thadlaskein|
|Shri Banker Lyngdoh.||Senior Lecturer, DIET, Thadlaskein|
|Lecturer, DIET, Thadlaskein|
Topics Covered in the Training :
- Concept of CCE
- Scheme of CCE
- Techniques & Tools of Evaluation
- Tools for Assessment in Scholastic Areas
- Tools for Assessment in Co-scholastic Areas
- Grading System in CCE
- Recording & Reporting in Scholastic Areas.
- Recording & Reporting in Co- scholastic Areas.
- Key Directions and Approaches in Implementation of CCE
The methodology or approach that was adopted in the training programme comprised of:
- Lecture cum Interaction.
- Activity Based Method, Group & Individual work and Hands-on Activities.
- Workshop for development of CCE tools.
- Group Presentations.
- Discussions and feedback from participants (Evaluation)
The output of this training programme is in the form of
- A full report about the training programme comprising of objectives, targets achieved, areas and content covered during the training, pictures taken during the training, feedback and analysis of the evaluation of the training and its interpretation.
- Hand outs comprising of ready resource materials and CCE handbook/manuals has been disseminated to the heads and teacher participants throughout the training programme
Some photos during the Training programme
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