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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 4, April 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Significant Role Of Outcome Based Education And Its Assessment In Enhancing The Teaching Learning Process In Engineering Education

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AUTHOR(S)

K.Vidhya,A.Brunda

 

KEYWORDS

Education, Outcome, Teaching Learning Process, Assessment, Attainment, Evaluation, Enhancement.

 

ABSTRACT

The eventual endeavor of the teaching learning course of action is to make the learners outshine in the knowledge being transferred during the course, called as the outcome of the process. Any teaching learning session should have comprehensibly well defined outcome that the learners should accomplish at the end of the session. Clearly focused outcome and effectively well-organized evaluation methods prepared with at most care by the instructor help him/her to check learner’s level of attainment in outcome precisely. Assessing (Formative and Summative) the level of attainment among learners helps the instructor to analyze the knowledge of each student in the particular subject matter conveyed. Outcome assessment also aids the instructor to self evaluate the effectiveness of the teaching sessions conducted. Formative assessment is highly imperative because based on which the instructor can know, is he/she progressing towards the goal. It also plays a key role in designing the fore coming teaching sessions and to enhance the content delivery mechanisms. Outcome assessment and the significance of outcome based education is discussed here.

 

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