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Development of Assessment Tools on Affective Domain

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renzo cachola

on 7 December 2013

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Development of Assessment Tools on Affective Domain
Detail 1The affective domain
is a part of a system that was published in 1965 for identifying understanding and addressing how people learn.This describes learning objectives that emphasize a feeling tone, an emotion, or a degree of acceptance or rejection.
Assessment tools
in the affective domain are those which are used to assess attitudes, interest, motivations and self efficacy.
Assessment Tools
1. Self-report. This the most common measurement tool in the affective domain. It essentially requires an individual to provide an account of his attitude or feelings toward a concept or idea or people.
Assessment Tools
Presented by: Cachola, Renzo
BSIE-ComEd 3-A
Assessment Tools
Semantic Differential (SD) Scales tries to assess an individual’s reaction to specific words, ideas or concepts in terms of ratings on bipolar scales defined with contrasting adjectives at each end
( 3 – extreme; 2 – quite; 0 - neutral)
Checklist are the most common and perhaps the easiest instrument in the affective domain. It consist of simple items that the student or teacher marks as “absent” or “present”
Rating Scales refers to a set of categories designed to elicit information about a quantitative attribute in social science.
Common examples are the Likert scale and 1-10 rating scales for which a person selects the number which is considered to reflects the perceived quality of a product.
Assessment Tools
Thank You for Listening
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