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EEO. 2020; 19(4): 7817-7831

Project Based Learning Vs Summative Evaluation: Assessing, Benefit And Measuring Practical Knowledge Of Students

Suvankar Ghara.


Evaluation is an essential part of our educational system which aggregates the whole syllabus. The ultimate goal of it is the evaluation of the all-around development of students. For this, Summative Evaluation and Project work play an important role. Summative Evaluation takes place when the syllabus is over. The purpose of Summative Evaluation is to determine whether the students have completed a particular course of studies successfully. It is designed to determine the extent to which the instructional objectives have been achieved and is used primarily for assigning course grades or certifying students' mastery of the intended learning outcomes. Projective methods are those methods in which they provide the subject with relatively indefinite and unstructured material and then allow students to build a structure of the material in any way according to the syllabus-related project, his feelings, attitude etc. Project-based Work is a field experience which aims to provide students with the opportunity to synthesise knowledge from various areas of learning and it helps to critically and creatively applies in real-life situations.

Key words: Summative evaluation, project based work, practical knowledge, higher secondary school Students.

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