Sohotshan, Patrick Yitmu Bsu/vte/

Post date: Mar 31, 2014 2:46:07 PM


1. The principles that best define curriculum evaluation in TVET is the principles of assessing the value of a programme of study, field of study or course of study.

2. Curriculum evaluation models which are most effective for TVET includes:

(A) Bradley’s effective model.

(B) Tyler’s objective-centered model.

(C) Stufflebeam’s context, input, process product model and

(D) The stake’s responsive model.

3. The criteria to be used to develop a curriculum model in TVET may include:

(i) Definition of content and objectives of the curriculum.

(ii) Clear correlation of course of study and curriculum materials with content and objectives.

(iii) Involving teachers representatives in curriculum committee.

(iv) Setting definite process of achieving goals and objectives.

(v) Ensuring constant evaluation.

4. Learning experiences can be organized for effective instructions in TVET by utilizing the appropriate and educational technology which promotes cognitive changes in students, build new knowledge on previous knowledge, or students can be taken to relevant organizations for field trips to gain experiences.

5. The effectiveness of learning experiences in TVET can be evaluated through:

- The students who are being taught.

- The teachers who have and teach the necessary experiences.

- Curriculum evaluators (experts).

- Industries where TVET graduates work.

6. A field or study can be evaluated by the following process.

- Preparing for evaluation.

- Identifying the evaluation issues.

- Assessing the content.

- Developing the evaluation design and

- Implementing the evaluation design.

7. Effective teaching in TVET can be identified through:-

- The general performance of graduates in the field of work as employees.

- Competency in practical projects, demonstrated by students.

- TVET graduates becoming self-reliance and innovative in nature.