Development of an assessment system in mathematics instruction for seventh grade students

Development of an assessment system in mathematics instruction for seventh grade students

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Development of an assessment system in mathematics instruction for seventh grade students

This research employed the research and development methodology and the major objective of this study was to develop of an assessment system in mathematics instruction for seventh grade students. There were three major purposes namely, the development of the system, try out and the evaluation of the system. The research sample consisted of 4 math teachers and 249 students, the research comparison group consisted of 6 math teacher and 285 students. The data collection includes documentary research, interview, classroom observation and testing. The analysis of the obtained data is performed quantitatively via descriptive statistics and qualitatively via content analysis.The research finding are as follows:1. The assessment system in mathematics instruction comprises 3 principal components,namely 1) curriculum development system : CDS 2) the instructional and assessment system(Understanding by design: UbD) 3) assessment for learning.2. The try out of the evaluating reveals that teachers of sampled can put this system into practical use assessment for learning and provide favorable feedback on mathematics instruction todevelop their students as well as their own implementation. Hence, these student achieve substantial progress in the system-yielded results, thereby creating their teacher’,s good desired outgrowths upon the operated program3. The evaluation of the launched scheme shows that all the participants are satisfied with it, sharing an opinion in that the generated system contains utility, feasibility, propriety and accuracy. ,Furthermore, system users were satisfied with this methodology.

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