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Slide 4: For this the Board recommended a five Point rating scale, it also recommended the elimination of the pass /fail system at the primary classes (Circular No. 31/04/21/05). The focus was on identifying the talents of the learner and empowering with positive inputs. Slide 5: The Board has also followed it up by extending this scheme up to Classes VI to VIII and developed a CCE card on School Based Assessment for the same. (Circular No. 2/06). NOW : NOW The Class IX & X students will be also assessed through the CCE by the school itself. The strengthened CCE scheme will be applicable for the second term (October 2009 – March 2010) of the current academic year in Class IX. Slide 7: In general, for the purpose of the CCE, an academic year has been divided into two terms. The first term will be from April – Sept. and The second term from October – March. Implementation of CCE : Implementation of CCE The Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) will be strengthened in all affiliated schools with effect from October,2009 in Class IX. And The new 9 point Grading system will be introduced at Secondary School level (for Classes IX & X) effective from 2009-10 Academic Session. How would the Scheme help? : How would the Scheme help? It will reduce stress and anxiety which often builds up during and after the examination It will reduce the dropout rate as there will be less fear and anxiety related to performance. The emphasis on conceptual clarification through experiential learning in the classroom Conti. : Conti. It is expected to prepare the students for life by making students physically fit, mentally alert and emotionally balanced. The students will have more time on their hands to develop their interests, hobbies and personalities. It will enable the students, parents and teachers to make an informed choice about subjects in Class XI. Conti. : Conti. It will motivate learning in a friendly environment rather than in a fearful situation. It will equip students with Life Skills especially Creative and Critical thinking skills, social skills and coping skills which will keep them in a good stead when they enter into a highly competitive environment later on. Evaluation in CCE : Evaluation in CCE IN CCE, an academic year has been divided into two terms. 1.first term will be from April – Sept. and 2.second term from October – March. Each Term : Each Term Each term will have two Formative assessments and one Summative assessment for evaluation of Scholastic areas. Note -So in a Academic year 4 Formative & 2 Summative assessment. Weightage of Formative Assessment (FA) and Summative Assessment (SA) : Weightage of Formative Assessment (FA) and Summative Assessment (SA) Formative Assessment: : Formative Assessment: Formative assessment is a tool used by the teacher to continuously monitor student progress in a non-threatening and supportive environment. If used effectively it can improve student performance tremendously while raising the self esteem of the child and reducing the work load of the teacher. Slide 16: Some of the main features of Formative assessment are that it is diagnostic and remedial, provides effective feedback to students, allows for the active involvement of students in their own learning, Slide 17: It is highly recommended that the school should not restrict the Formative assessment to only a paper-pencil test. There are other means of testing such as through quizzes, conversations, interviews, oral testing, visual testing, projects, practical and assignments. Summative Assessment: : Summative Assessment: The Summative assessment is the terminal assessment of performance at the end of instruction. Under the end term Summative assessment, the students will be tested internally based on the following criteria:- Slide 19: Curriculum and Syllabus for Classes IX will be the same as circulated by the Board earlier. The Summative assessment will be in the form of a pen-paper test conducted by the schools themselves. It will be conducted at the end of each term. Slide 20: In order to ensure standardisation, and to ensure uniformity, the Question Banks in different subjects to generate question papers will be forwarded by the Board to schools in March 2010. Evaluation of answer scripts will be done by the school Teachers themselves on the basis of the Marking Scheme provided by the Board. Slide 21: There will be random verification of the assessments procedures carried on by schools by the Board officials/nominees appointed by the Board. In current Academic Year2009-10 : In current Academic Year2009-10 For IX Class : For IX Class The strengthened CCE scheme will be applicable for the second term (October 2009 – March 2010) of the current academic year in Class IX. For this year there will be only two Formative assessments for Class IX for the (remaining) second term. For IX Class : For IX Class For this year, there will be only one term end Summative assessment for the (remaining) second term to be conducted in March 2010 for Class IX students. It is advised that the Schools may conduct more than two such assessments and take the best two out of those. For IX Class : For IX Class For this year as the scheme is being introduced from the Second Term only, the weightage of each Formative Assessment shall be 20% and Summative Assessment shall be 60%. Report Card for IX : Report Card for IX This year, the schools will give the Report Card on the model format to be supplied by the Board in its guidelines. This Report Card will reflect both Formative and Summative assessment of second term of Class IX in scholastic as well as co-scholastic areas. This scheme will continue for further academic sessions also. For Class X : For Class X All students of Class X in the current academic year will be taking the CBSE Board’s Class X 2010 Examination. The CBSE will be conducting this Examination. The weightage of the School Based Assessment will remain the same as per past practice, i.e. 20% each in the subjects of Science, Social Science and Mathematics. New Grading system : New Grading system This year 2009-10 : This year 2009-10 The new Grading system will be introduced at Secondary School level (for Classes IX & X) effective from 2009-10 Academic Session. CBSE has decided to introduce nine point grading system. Slide 30: The Board has decided to introduce the above grading scheme at Secondary level for classes IX & X from the current academic year 2009-10. Accordingly, the “Statement of Subject wise Performance” to be issued by the Board w.e.f. the Class X Examination 2010 will have only grades. Slide 31: Nine point grading system How does it help? : How does it help? It will minimize misclassification of students on the basis of marks. It will eliminate unhealthy cut-throat competition among high achievers. It will reduce societal pressure and will provide the learner with more flexibility. It will lead to a focus on a better learning environment Operational Modalities : Operational Modalities The student’s performance shall be assessed using conventional method of numerical marking. The ‘Grades’ shall be awarded to indicate the subject wise performance. The ‘Grades’ shall be awarded on a nine point scale as per Table. Slide 34: Only Subject wise grades shall be shown in the “Statement of Subject wise Performance” to be issued to all candidates. Subject-wise percentile score/rank at the National level shall be provided to the schools on demand. The practice of declaring Compartment/ Fail shall be discontinued. Slide 35: Those candidates who obtain the qualifying grades (D and above) in all the subjects excluding Additional subject as per Scheme of Studies shall be awarded a Qualifying Certificate. Those candidates who have obtained grade E1 or E2 in the subject shall have to improve their performance through subsequent five attempts. Slide 36: Those who get Qualifying Certificates shall be eligible for admission in higher classes. Those candidates who are not able to get qualifying grades (D and above) in all the subjects excluding Additional subject as per Scheme of Studies shall not be permitted for admission in Class XI. Exemptions available to differently abled students as per CBSE’s rule shall continue to apply Class X- Academic Session 2010-11 onwards : Class X- Academic Session 2010-11 onwards In Senior Secondary Schools, there will be no Board examination at Class X since the students will be entering Class XI in the same school. Slide 38: These students will be assessed through the CCE internally by the school as per the strengthened CCE Scheme as described above for Class IX (for the second term from October 2009 to March 2010) and Class X (for two terms, the first term from April 2010 to September 2010 and the second from October March2011). Slide 39: At the end of the academic year 2010-11, students will be issued the CCE certificate on the pre-printed stationery to be supplied by the Board. These CCE certificates, once they are complete in all respects, (for both Class IX and X) will be required to be sent to the Regional Offices for the signatures of the Board official. Aptitude Test : Aptitude Test The Board will offer an Aptitude Test (optional) which along with other school records and CCE would help the students, parents and teachers in deciding the choice of the subjects at Class XI. The Board proposes to provide an opportunity to students to undertake the Aptitude Test twice, once at the end of Class IX and then at the end of Class X. Slide 41: Thank You You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.