NGIGH LAWRENCE AONDOFA. BSU/VTE/MS.c/12/SSE/3729.

Post date: Mar 31, 2014 2:52:27 PM

1. The principle that best define curriculum evaluation in TVET is that of Guba and Linkoln (1981) the principle of the “metric” and “worth”.

2. Curriculum evaluation model that is most effective for TVET is the Taba and Tyler’smodels. Both of them believe that there is a need for diagnosis to identify the needs of the people before objectives can be formulated. The objectives are being derived from a source. This source identifies the needs of the society which can only be achieved through formulation of good objectives.

3. The criteria to be used to develop a curriculum evaluation model are:

i. Setting of project size.

ii. Selecting of a project director.

iii. Evaluation of the project.

iv. Setting evaluation document.

4. Learning experiences can be organized for effective instruction in TVET by selecting of content, logical and sequential organization of learning experiences.

5. The effectiveness of learning experiences in TVET can be evaluated using the domains of learning. Ie

i. Cognitive domain.

ii. Psycho motive domain.

iii. Affective domain.

6. A field of studies can be evaluated by a professional in that field using the five phases of evaluation.

i. Preparing for evaluation.

ii. Assessing the context.

iii. Identifying the evaluation issues.

iv. Developing evaluation design.

v. Implementing the evaluation.

7. Effective teaching in TVET can be identified by summative evaluation or evaluation of the content after it has been thought.