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Problem Solving Assessment (PSA), Class IX & XI : Resources

Problem Solving Assessment (PSA) for Class IX and Class XI: CBSE Circular

Problem Solving Assessment: Sample Question Paper, Class IX

Problem Solving Assessment: Sample Question Paper, Class XI

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CCE Scheme for the year 2012-13

CCE Scheme for the year 2012-13

CCE Primary

Forwarding

Preface

Weightages and marks

Suggested General Sequence of Activities

Class wise syllabus

Class-III                         Hindi                     Maths                    English                   EVS

Class-IV                          Hindi                     Maths                   English                   EVS

Class-V                           Hindi                    Maths                    English                   EVS

 

CCE Secondary

Forwarding

Evaluation of Scholastic Aspect

Class-VI

English

Hindi

Maths

Sanskrit

Science

SOST

Class-VII

English

Hindi

Maths

Sanskrit

Science

SOST

Class-VIII

English

Hindi

Maths

Sanskrit

Science

SOST

 

 

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CCE Scheme for the year 2011-12


CCE Primary

Forwarding
Preface
Weightages and marks
Suggested General Sequence of Activities
Class wise syllabus
Class-III                         Hindi                     Maths                    English                    EVS
Class-IV                          Hindi                     Maths                    English                    EVS
Class-V                            Hindi                     Maths                    English                    EVS
 

CCE Secondary

Forwarding
Evaluation of Scholastic Aspect
Class-VI English Hindi Maths Sanskrit Science SOST
Class-VII English Hindi Maths Sanskrit Science SOST
Class-VIII English Hindi Maths Sanskrit Science SOST

 

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CCE Scheme (Primary) for the year 2011-12

Covering letter and feedback Proforma
Weightages and marks
Class-III         Hindi     Maths   English      EVS
ClassIV  Hindi    Maths     English   EVS
Class V           Hindi     Maths   English    EVS

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“Descriptive indicators” in report card a welcome change

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The report card of a CBSE school student with descriptive indicators.

The progress report card that summarises a student’s performance level has evolved with time. It no more categorises students as ‘average’, ‘poor’, ‘excellent’ or ‘good.’

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), for instance, through the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) has come out with specific guidelines called “descriptive indicators” for teachers on how to comment on a student’s performance in both scholastic and non-scholastic areas. The teachers’ manual asks them not to “label learners as slow, poor or intelligent.” It also cautions them against making comparisons or giving negative statements.

Bharathi Venkat, Class IX student of a CBSE school, says from this academic year most students in her class are more relaxed and confident about taking the report card home.

Many teachers think such changes in the report card have brought in more uniformity and made it student-friendly.

“For teachers who are not proficient in the language, the descriptive indicators provide an appropriate choice of words,” says Meenakshi Venkat, who teaches English at P.S. Senior Secondary School.

Teachers say that earlier parents of students who are weak in academics would get angry and disappointed on seeing their ward’s report card, since the remarks were mainly on academics. “Now, we include feedback about the student’s performance in co-curricular activities and sports too,” says Ms.Venkat.

Some matriculation schools have also been following a similar system to bring about a positive change on the psyche of the children. “We restrain from giving negative comments to students and try motivating them,” S. Anandaraj Abraham, Science teacher, MCC Higher Secondary School.

According to D. Kumaran, Head, Department of Education, University of Madras, “When teachers mark students as average or poor, there is no systematic scaling. So, teachers should give encouraging observations.”

Parents too seem to be happy. “Rather than receiving feedback about academics alone, we are now able to understand where my children stand in each area and identify their strengths,” says Soundaram Venkat, a parent.

However, some teachers are of the opinion that such a system is time consuming and would have a “converse impact” on the child. The students would not be able to take criticism in the right sense, they say.

by

Lavanya. M

Courtesy: http://www.thehindu.com/

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Teachers Manuals for Formative Assessment, Class IX & X

Teachers Manual for Formative Assessment – Science (Class X) Pg 1-30Pg 31-60Pg 61-90Pg 91-120Pg 121-150Pg 151-176Roman Pages

CCE Manual for Teachers’ – Classes VI-VIII

Formative Assessment Manual for Teachers Social Science (Class X)

Teachers Manual for Formative Assessment – English (Class X) Part 1Part 2

Teachers Manual for Formative Assessment – Mathematics (Class IX) Chapter 1Chapter 2Chapter 3Chapter 4Chapter 5Chapter 6Chapter 7Chapter 8Chapter 9Chapter 10Chapter 11Chapter 12Chapter 13Chapter 14Chapter 15CoverProject WorkRoman Page

Formative Assessment Social Science (Class IX)

Teachers’ Manual on Formative Assessment – Science (Class IX)

Courtesy: CBSE

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CBSE Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation Resources

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