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The Study of Development and Implementation of Standard-Based Assessment of Student Achievement for Junior High School Students in Integrative Activities Area---An Example of Teaching Unit for 7th Grade Scouting Education
units rating criteria
Abstract This study purposed a new standard-based assessment of learning achievement for junior high school students by the new guidelines. With field survey, this study was able to conclude how units rating criteria work in the domain of leadership and integrative activities tutoring in practice. Since 12-year of compulsory education was put into practice, traditional paper tests were no longer trendy, and were replaced by multi-admission alternatives. As a result, it become essential to design the standard-based assessment in advance that helped the tutors have better understandings of students’ learning conditions in order to adjust the lectures if necessary. On the other hand, the students were also able to get knowing of their own learning conditions so that they can set up appropriate goals accordingly. To achieve so, this study purposed designing new humanity-accomplishment-oriented standard-based assessment. Moreover, with field survey, this study also targeted to discuss how these assesment works in practice. The conclusions were as below, 1.The process of assesment development was divided by 6 steps: (1) Confirmed the materials of lectures. (2) Defined the standards of assesment and analyze the qualitative descriptions of ranked performances. (3) Turned the qualitative descriptions of ranked performances into practical tne rules of units rating criteria. (4) Designed the tools of assesment. (5) Double checked the standards and the tools of assesment. (6) Executed and adjusted the essentials accordingly. 2. Wordings of units rating criteria are influential on the difficulties of execution. Precise wordings make it smooth. 3. Multiway of assesment enable students with different traits fully displayed their capabilities. 4. With common lecture preparation and professional dialogues, the development and the execution of assesment were able to work better. 5. Administrations in charge still have a long way to go in the track of assisting promoting new standard-based assessment. At last, according to the final result of this study, it showed that there surely were possibilities to apply the humanity-accomplishment-oriented standardization of assesment to the assesment of integrative activities in junior high school in the future. Key Words: integrative activities, standard-based assessment, units rating criteria
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