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University of the Cordilleras

Governor Pack Road, Baguio City 2600


College of Teacher and Education
The Graduate School
A.Y. 2016-2017

NAME: BACUD, EMMANUEL J.


ID No.: 16-3791-782
MA Political Science
Email: ejb.louisiano@gmail.com
Contact No.: 09071430129

SUBMITTED TO: Dr. Ramir S. Austria


Faculty-in-charge
EDUC 19: Assessment of Student Learning 1
7:30-8:30 MWF; F501
I.) TERMINOLOGY
TERMINOLOGY DEFINITION Author Publisher Year of
Publication
Measurement Educational measurement is the process of Navarro, R. LORIMAR 2012
estimating and approximating the true & Santos, R. Publishing Inc.
knowledge of the learner on the subject
through validated tests.
Roksa, J., Social Science 2016
Measurement refers to an act of determining Arum, R. & Research
the learning competency of learners through Cook, A. Council-
American Higher
quantifiable methods.
Education
Evaluation Evaluation is the process designed to provide Navarro, R. LORIMAR 2012
us the qualitative information that will help us & Santos, R. Publishing Inc.
to make judgment about the performance of
the learner.
Roksa, J., Social Science 2016
Evaluation refers to the authentication of Arum, R. & Research
learners performance basing on the Cook, A. Council-
American Higher
adherence to the over-all learning objectives
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Assessment Assessment is the process of gathering Navarro, R. LORIMAR 2012


evidence of students performance over the & Santos, R. Publishing Inc.
tenure of the learning process to determine
the development in learning and mastery of
skills.
Assessment is a sine qua non of teaching to Corpuz, LORIMAR 2013
determine the complete picture of how far Brenda & Publishing Inc.
learners succeed in the learning objectives. Salandanan
, G.
Education assessment is a practice of Roksa, J., Social Science 2016
providing insights into the pedagogical Arum, R. & Research
process and curricular structures to formulate Cook, A. Council-
American Higher
evidence-based instructional improvement
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efforts to further boost the learning of the
students.
II.) DIAGRAM (Impression of the Writer)