SYSTEM-INPUTS AND PROCESSES

  • S.1. The program of studies has a system of evaluating student, performance through a combination of the following:
    • S.1.1. formative tests such as quizzes, unit tests;
    • S.1.2. summative tests such as mid-term and final examination;
    • S.1.3. project and term papers;
    • S.1.4. practicum and performance tests; and
    • S.1.5. other course requirements.
  • S.2. The summative tests have the following descriptions;
    • S.2.1. comprehensive enough to test the different levels of cognitive skills and knowledge of content; and
    • S.2.2. based on a well-designed Table of Specification(TOS).

IMPLEMENTATION

  • I.1. Varied evaluation measures are used, such as:
    • I.1.1. portfolio;
    • I.1.2. rubric assessment;
    • I.1.3. skills demonstration;
    • I.1.4. paper and pencil tests;
    • I.1.5. oral examinations;
    • I.1.6. group/individual reports;
    • I.1.7. group/individual study; and
    • I.1.8. others (please specify)____________________.
  • I.2. Evaluation tools/instruments are reviewed and revised periodically.
  • I.3. The faculty are trained on how to assess student performance properly.
  • I.4. The College/Academic Unit encourages and supports assessment for multiple intelligences.
  • I.5. Course and test requirements are returned to students after results are checked, recorded, and analyzed.
  • I.6 The system of student evaluation and grading is defined, understood, and disseminated to:
    • I.6.1. students;
    • I.6.2. faculty;
    • I.6.3. academic administrators; and
    • I.6.4. parents/guardians.

OUTCOME/S

  • O.1. Students’ performance is commendable.
  • O.2. Retention rate of students is on the average.