Assessments, Examination and Evaluations

Evaluation is about understanding, enabling and recording the progress made by each child. It is about giving due importance to the processes of learning and the relationships that emerge from educational experiences – be it with books, friends , the content of what is studied , music , arts & science etc.Evaluation practices in SRI school grows in complexity , thought and engagement of all key partners (the child, the teacher and the parents) with class and age levels. Evaluation involves six key steps. At each step , student , teachers and parents share the progress made and work as partners to develop goals for the next semester. The six key steps are illustrated in the chart below:

  • Evaluation Processes
  • Teacher' Observations
  • eachers' observations are critical in every classroom setting, at every age level. Teachers observe children’s interest areas, group participation, interpersonal dynamics, development of skills, completion of work, regularity in submissions, and desire for continued learning. these observations inform curricular transactions and help to formulate evolving goals for the group and each child.

Project work

Project work is central to the experiential curriculum facilitated in SRI School. Project work is about asking question, finding answers, making connections, data organization, thinking open-handedly and drawing inferences, teachers enable these processes and use there tools to assess children's engagement and knowledge development. Assessments of worksheets, class and home assignments, formal skills development is just as necessary for academic progress as it is to engage with educational experiences. Sri school works to strike a thoughtful balance between enabling education with its true meaning of enquiry and discovery with abilities to read, write, calculate, create , record, analyze and organize.