At Shikshantar, students are evaluated on the basis of their willingness to learn and the efforts they make to reach their goals. Based on a comprehensive evaluation system, evaluation in the school is a combined effort on the part of teachers, parents and the students to better understand the learning experiences for each student.
Students are usually not compared with each other. Instead, they are gently guided to understand the inherent strengths, virtues and potential that they possess within themselves. The objective is to recognise the progress that each child makes in her own learning curve.
Teachers use daily class observations, students’ creative pursuits, informal assessments, group and individual goal settings as indicators of progress and development. Evaluation at Shikshantar is also a source of inspiration and learning, and not a time for judgement and fear.
- Observing the child in the group
- Class participation
- Learning indicators
- Project work for research and presentation skills
- Note books for conceptual, clarity, neatness and relevant information
- Worksheets, Quiz, Class, Debates, Creative writing
- Unit, Term and End-of-Year Assessments
|Class VI||Unit Assessment – I and II||Detailed feedback|
|Class VII||Unit Assessment – I and II plus final assessment||Grades plus feedback|
|Class VIII, IX and XI||Unit Assessment – I and II plus Mid term and final assessment||Marks plus feedback|
|Class X and XII||Unit Assessment – I and II plus final assessment and Pre-board assessment||Marks plus feedback|
Please click here for Shikshantar Assessment and Promotion Policy May 2016