Post date: Mar 28, 2014 7:41:00 PM
Q1. What principle best define curriculum evaluation in TVET.
The principles that best define curriculum evaluation in TVET is one which says: curriculum evaluation is the assessment of the merit and worth of a program of studies, a field of study or a course of study.
Q2. What curriculum models are most effective for TVET.
The most effective curriculum for TVET are:
i. Tyler’s objective-centered model.
ii. Stuffle beams context, input, process, product model.
iii. Scrivens Goal-free model.
iv. Stake’s responsive model.
v. Eisner’s connoisseurship model.
Q3. What criteria should be used to develop a curriculum evaluation model in TVET.
The criteria that should be used to develop a curriculum evaluation in TVET are:
i. It can be implemented without making inordinate demand upon district resources.
ii. It can be applied in all levels of curriculum; programs of study, fields of study, courses of study.
iii. It should make provision for assessing all significant aspect of curriculum.
iv. It should make useful distinction between intrinsic value and value for a given context.
v. It should be responsive to the special concern of stakeholders and is able to provide them with the data they need for decision making.
vi. It should be good oriented, emphasizing objectives and outcomes.
vii. It should be sensitive to and appropriate provision for assessing united efforts.
viii. It should pay due attention to and makes provisions for assessing formative aspects of evaluation.
ix. It should be sensitive to and make provisions for assessing the special context for the curriculum.
x. It should be sensitive to and make provisions for assessing the aesthetic or qualitative aspect of the curriculum.
xi. It should make provision for assessing opportunity cost.
xii. It should use both qualitative and quantitative methods for gathering and analyzing data.
xiii. It should present findings in reports responsive to the special needs of several audiences.
Q4. How can learning experience be organized for effective instruction.
Learning experience can be organized for effective instruction by;
I. Following the major criteria for organizing which are continuity, sequence, and integration.
ii. Organizing the elements accordingly.
Iii. Identify organizing principles.
Iv.identify a suitable structure for the elements and arrange them accordingly.
Q5. How can effectiveness of learning experience in TVET be evaluated.
Effectiveness of learning experience in TVET can be evaluated thus:
i. Through learning goals.
ii. Overall educated programme.
iii. Future working life of grandaunts.
Q6. How can a field of study be evaluated.
A field of study can be evaluated by:
a. Preparing – this involve;
i. Setting the project parameters.
ii. Setting the project director and evaluation task force.
iii. Preparing the evaluation document.
b. Assessing the context – this enables the evaluator to identify both the salient aspect of the educational environment that impinge on the field of studies and the critical need of the learners.
c. Identify the evaluation issues – such as written, the supported, the thought, the tested and the learned. Curricula.
d. Developing the evaluation design – this is matching the evaluation issues identified with relevant question.
e. Implementing the evaluation design – this is the process carried out after design development so as to obtain and present a report.
Q7. How can effective teaching be identified.
Effective learning can be identified by;
i. Use of test scores.
ii. Quality of learners produces.
iii. Method of teaching employed.