Assessment of Students' Knowledge, Types and Its Most Effective Instruments

Shemsi Morina, Aferdita Bytyqi

Abstract


Teaching and learning are difficult and complex processes. However to be successfully implemented both of these processes are interrelated and interdependent on one another, depend on a number of factors: the planning of teaching forms of work, principles, tools, techniques, methods. Among these factors important place occupies the assessment of student progress in the learning process as objectivity in this process affects the motivation and guiding students into the profession in the future. Based on the importance, value, and function of multiple student progress assessment, we say that this process is an integral part of teaching and learning, and as such should be regular and objective. The process of assessing student progress, ranging from a view, or follow the work of students, during a task or activity in the classroom, to the conduct of examinations held by the state administration bodies, or other institutions that care for work school. To successfully implement the evaluation process of student progress, we can apply instruments and diverse techniques, which enable objective assessment and student engagement. So in this context, viewing the particular importance of this problematic treatment, in support of contemporary literature, and my prosperous experience, I will try to illuminate important issues of assessing student progress in learning. The paper will be welcomed, and will serve you somehow, all those dealing with education of new generations, because it will relieve you work more complex and sensitive, assessment of student progress.

DOI: 10.5901/jesr.2015.v5n2p23


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