Curriculum sampling as a strategy employed for student performance monitoring system in Mathematics at NIS

Curriculum sampling as a strategy employed for student performance monitoring system in Mathematics at NIS

Kazakhstan has recently started a development and implementation of multiple educational reforms to modernize a secondary education sector in order to nurture functionally literate citizens that could meet the needs of this precipitously changing world. In 2008, the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan initiated a progressive educational project under the name of Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools (hereinafter – NIS). According to NIS mission there was a purpose, “To enhance the intellectual capacity of Kazakhstan through the development and implementation of an innovative, Mathematics and science-orientated, trilingual model of school system that integrates the best of Kazakhstani traditions, and that meets international standards of best practice” Thus, NIS were targeted to become an experimental ground for research, approbation, analysis, development, and implementation of innovative reforms, in particular, in educational assessment. Moreover, NIS were intended to implement a trilingual policy in all schools. This paper focuses on the development and implementation of a student performance monitoring system in Mathematics at NIS.

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