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Measurement, Assessment and Evaluation in

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Jesaline Arcillas

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Transcript of Measurement, Assessment and Evaluation in

Measurement
Measurement is the process of determining
or describing the attributes or characteristics
of physical objects generally
in terms of quantity.
Types of Measurement
Measurements can therefore be
objective
or
subjective
.
Measurement, Assessment and Evaluation in
Outcomes-based Education

Measuring Indicators, Variables and Factors
Measurement Indicators
is the specific measures that document how well the student is doing.
Example:
a) grades; b) school behaviors
(fighting); or c) unexcused
absences.
Variables
An educational variable is a
measureable characteristics
of a student.
Example: X= age or height of a student
Indicators
This are the
building blocks of educational measurement upon which all other forms of measurement are built.
Example: Improved School Performance.
Objective
is based on how well people perform a task, irrespective of what they experience while performing the task.
Subjective
refers to measures that have to do
with what people say they
actually experience.
Assessment
It is the process of gathering evidences of students' performance over a period of tie to determine learning and mastery of skills.
Evaluation
It originates from the rootword "value" and so when we evaluate we expect our proess to give information regarding the worth, appriopriateness, goodness, validity or legality of something for which a reliable measurement has been made.
To summarize, we

measure
height,
distance, weight;
we
assess
learning outcome;
we
evaluate
results in terms of some criteria
or objectives.
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