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EVALUATION OF GUIDANCE
Transcript of EVALUATION OF GUIDANCE
Definitions of Evaluation:
- Is used to mean appraisal or measurement as used in education, it is the process by which we find the extent to which the objectives of the school policies and school program are being attained.
- Good defines evaluation as the process of determining the value of something.
- According to Wrightstone, it means the identification and formulation of a comprehensive range of major objectives.
Factors to be consider in evaluation of guidance:
1. The location of the school.
2. The number and quality of the students enrolled
3. The time of evaluation
The Purpose of Evaluation:
1. To provide a periodic check on the effectiveness of a guidance program.
2. To determine the correctness or incorrectness of the hypothesis on which the guidance program operates.
3. To provide information basic to individual guidance.
4. To provide a certain psychological security to school staff, pupils and to parents.
5. To provide a sound basis for public relations.
Raymond Hatch and Bufford Steffire 10 purpose of Evaluation:
What should be evaluated?
A. Individual Inventory
B. Information Services
C. Counseling Services
D. Placement Services
E. Follow – up
F. Organizational and administration program.
Characteristics of Evaluation:
1. Evaluation should be comprehensive.
2. Evaluation is based on changes in the individual total behavior
3. Evaluation should aim at furnishing all findings that will be use to the teaching staff, the students and parents.
4. Evaluation is continuous.
5. Evaluation is related to local curriculum enrichment.
6. Evaluation should involve the participants of all.
The Why of Evaluation:
According to Dr, Ordonez, any program without evaluation is like a boat drifting without a rudder. Without evaluation, progress or improvement is impossible.
1. To determine the scope and nature of the guidance services offered in the school
2. To find out how effectively the guidance program is functioning to meet the needs of the school.
3. To consider other aspects of the program.
4. To find out what techniques and procedures have been effective in carrying out the aims and objectives of the guidance program.
5. To determine how the program has contributed to the development of the total educational program of the school.
6. To determine what contributions to education in general have been made by this specific guidance program.
7. To aid the principal, the counselor, and the teacher in understanding and meeting the needs of the students.
8. To find out what remedial measures are necessary to strengthen the guidance program.
9. To inspire all guidance personnel to exert more efforts to promote the program.
10. To indicate how better use of the community resources may be made in guidance program in further improving the guidance services.