While their child is at school, studying, almost every parent wonders whether his/her child is performing well or not. The primary goal behind sending kids to school is to facilitate learning, not just putting them into an environment where they compete for good marks. While most parents are rightly concerned about not pressurizing their child too much, they are equally worried about their child receiving the best education that ensures a head-start in life and prepares them for all the challenges to come.
Regular assessments and evaluations form a critical aspect of learning at school since it is only through these assessments that the progress of a student can be tracked. As much as we might want to embrace the “everyone’s a winner” mentality, evaluation is nevertheless needed to determine a child’s needs and preferences.
Students today need to know the basic reading and arithmetic skills and the skills that prepare them to face the rapidly changing world. They must be able to think critically, analyze, and make inferences. Evolution in the skill base sets new learning goals for the students, changing the relationship between assessment and instruction.
Teachers at Ryan International School understand that imparting knowledge through a wide spectrum of the academic syllabus is only half the task.would be less effective unless we enable every student to fundamentally apply life skills and navigate the seemingly endless stacks of information that he/she gathers.
Ryan’s internationally benchmarked assessment systems have been devised by leading teaching experts to ensure that every student has a basic grasp of each subject. While the school abides by the mandated requirements of various education boards (e.g., SSC, ICSE, and CBSE) that it’s aligned with, constant feedback is also taken from students, teachers, and parents to incorporate newer and more dynamic methods of assessment to evaluate learning levels, comprehension, and cognition.
Employing a range of diagnostic tools that lead us to student profiles, keeping in mind different learning skills, speeds, and aptitude, can make assessments more constructive.
Ascertaining what the students learn helps them excel in academic performance, which is crucial to their future aspirations. Regular evaluations being the best way to achieve that, is as much a test for teachers who impart the learning as they are for the students who self-evaluate their own comprehension of what they are taught.
A robust evaluation system enables students to excel as they demonstrate their academic mettle and makes them future-ready for every challenge in life.