AJULA, MATTHEW TER BSU/VTE/M.SC/12/3739 Answers to group C presentations

Post date: Mar 30, 2014 8:32:28 PM

1. The best principles to define evaluation in TVET is:

i. Assessing both merit and worth.

ii. Assessing the value of a TVET programme.

2. The most effective curriculum evaluation models in TVET are:

i. Tylers objective

ii. Stake’s objectives

3. The criteria’s that will be used to develop a curriculum model in TVET are:

i. To make provisions for assessing all significant aspects of curriculum; the written, the taught, the supported, the tested and the learned curricular.

ii. Is curriculum good oriented, emphasizing objectives and outcomes.

iii. It can be implemented without making inordinate demands upon district resources.

iv. It can be applied to all levels of curriculum programs of study, field of study, courses study.

v. It is responsive to the special concern of district stake holders and it is able to produce them with the data they need for decision making.

vi. It is sensitive to make appropriate provisions for assessing unilateral effects.

vii. To use both qualitative and quantitative methods for gathering and analyzing data.

viii. To make provisions for assessing opportunity cost. The opportunities lost by those studying the curriculum.

ix. Presents findings in reports responsive to the special needs of several audiences.

x. It pays due attention to and make provision for assessing formative aspects of evaluation.

xi. It s sensitive to and make provision for assessing the aesthetic or qualitative aspects of the curriculum.

xii. It makes useful distinction between merit and worth.

xiii. It s sensitive to and make provision for assessing the special context for the curriculum.

4. The learning experiences be organized for effective instruction in TVET with the following steps:

i. Preparing the evaluation documentation.

ii. Setting the project parameters

iii. Setting the project director and evaluation task force

5. Learning experiences can effectively be evaluated by formulating

i. A statement of curriculum goals for the field.

ii. A comprehensive description of the community and study body.

iii. A list of all required courses in the field, with time allocations and brief description of each course.

iv. A list of all required courses in that field including time allocations, course description and most recent enrolment figures.

v. A random selection of student schedules.

vi. A syllabi or course guide for all courses offered.

vii. Faulty schedule showing class enrolment.

6. The field of study will be evaluated using the following criteria:

i. Preparing for evaluation

ii. Identifying the evaluation policies

iii. Developing the evaluation designs

iv. Implementing evaluation design

v. Assessing the context

7. The effective teaching in TVET can be identified by evaluation process, particularly, the formative evaluation. With evaluation the teacher is able to identify his weak points and make adjustments.