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General Conclusions of the Survey

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Yoanna Yordanova

on 21 January 2016

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12th grade

• Permanent cognition as a result of regular examinations;
• Orally examined in front of the blackboard;
• Discipline and respect towards the teachers, classmates and themselves;
• Teachers taught the moral values of life;
• Parents supported the teachers and
their skills;
• Spoke in front of the whole class;

On the other hand, parts of the results about today's evaluaion claim that students have to learn the most important extracts of the lesson.
Nevertheless, the most preferred ways of assessment are:
>activities during classes

• Understanding between students and
teachers and taking into account their
personal view;
• Teachers are at our fingertips and they are trying to comprehend their students’ problems;
• Students have detailed plan according to which they can prepare for school without a hitch;
• Presentations;
• Team work;

• Equality among students;
• Serious reforms in the application of
the penalties;
• To choose the means of evaluation;
• To have the right to refuse an examination;
• The Round Table type of arrangement of the classroom;
• Online tests;
• Interactive lessons;

Which of the following methods for assessment did you use in the past or how were you assessed more often 20 years ago?
9th, 10th and 11th grade

The survey shows that the most common methods of assessment in the past were two:
>written examination which demands details and precision
>oral examination in front of the class which is the most disliked one, because it causes stress and prevents the student from revealing his full potential
Results show that 10 or 20 years ago, when examinating, teachers wanted to hear the lesson retold almost by heart which led to lack of reasoning in the present.

The future reveals a lot of opportunities and students'
expectation of them are various but identical:
> modern technology at school (laptops and tablets on each
desk, wide application of holograms)
>online lessons, homework and testing; even replacing the
teacher with a computer
>more homeschooling and asessment through Skype or
a similar program
More and more students want evaluation methods similar
to the university ones:
>selection of the tasks and subjects, accoding to the student's
personal interests
>one or two written exams forming the final grade
Students don't share a cathegorical opinion about whether to
be examined in points or percents but the majority want the
six-point scoring system out of their education.

Which of the already mentioned methods in questions number 1 and 2 will be used for assessmrnt in the future?
General Conclusions of the Survey
Last but not least students expect the development of logical thinking and hope that in the future their personal points of view will be respected and valued
The older the students are, the more critical
approach towards their behavior is.
1. Current/term test – 47
2. Oral examination – 41
3. Active participation in class activities - 36
4. Written examination – 33
5. Practical exercises – 19
6. Assessment of homework – 17
7. Other - 0

Which of the following methods, except the mentioned ones in question number 1, do you use now?
1. Tests – 55
2. Assessment of comments and discussion – 36
3. Assessment of team work – 32
4. Interactive methods for assessment – 16
5. ICT – 8
6. Other – 1

1. Tests – 40
2. ICT – 23
3. Interactive methods for assessment – 21
4. Assessment of team work – 14
5. Practical exercises – 11
6. Written examination – 9
7. Assessment of comments and discussion – 8
8. Assessment of homework, oral examination,
assessment for active participation – 3
9. Current/term tests, experimental activities,
examination in front of the black board – 1
10. Other – 1

How introducing and practicing the ICT at school would change the methods of assessment?
1. Online evaluation (online tests and task projects…) using different devices (tablets, interactive white board…) – 27
2. Evaluation of previously given task easily with ICT – 11
3. Using ICT is time-consuming and removes subjectivism – 10
4. They don’t know how to answer – 5
5. Other methods like debates, discussions and etc. – 3

Share your good practices of
assessing students?

1. Team work – 12
2. Projects – 11
3. Tests – 8
4. Mutual assessment – 5
5. Other – 26

What problems do you encounter in implementing the various assessment methods? Give at least 2 examples.
1. Lack of standards for internal assessment. - 26
2. Subjectivism in assessment - each teacher has different criteria for evaluation - 38
3. Lack of time for assessment and examination - 34
4. Lack of ICT in the classroms - 34
5. Other - 1
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