Assessment of Teacher

  • Assessment is the process by which the quality of an individual’s work is measured or judged.


  • Initial, formative, summative and diagnostic assessment
  • Objective and subjective
  • Referencing (criterion-referenced, norm-referenced, and ipsative)
  • Informal and formal
  • Internal and external

Placement Assessment

  • Placement evaluation is used to place students according to prior achievement or personal characteristics, at the most appropriate point in an instructional sequence.

Where Used?

  • The tests that colleges and universities use to assess college readiness and place students into their initial classes

Formative   Assessment

  • Formative assessment is generally carried out throughout a course or project. Formative assessment, also referred to as “educative assessment,” is used to aid learning.

Where Used???

  • Formative assessments can take the form of diagnostic, standardized tests, quizzes, oral question, or draft work.

Summative Assessment

  • Summative assessment is generally carried out at the end of a course or project. In an educational setting, summative assessments are typically used to assign students a course grade

Where Used???

  • Summative assessments are often used to determine whether a student has passed or failed a class.

Diagnostic Assesment

  • Diagnostic assessment deals with the whole difficulties at the end that occurs during the learning process

Objective Assessment

  • Objective assessment is a form of questioning which has a single correct answer.


  • True/false answers,
  • Multiple choice,
  • Multiple-response
  • Matching questions

Subjective Assesment

  • Subjective assessment is a form of questioning which may have more than one correct answer (or more than one way of expressing the correct answer)


  • Extended-response questions
  • Essays

Formal Assessment

  • Formal assessment usually implies a written document, such as a test, quiz, or paper. A formal assessment is given a numerical score or grade based on student performance

Informal Assesment

  • An informal assessment usually occurs in a more casual manner and may include observation, inventories, checklists, rating scales, rubrics, performance and portfolio assessments, participation, peer and self-evaluation, and discussion.
  • No Grade or Score

Internal Assessment

  • Internal assessment is set and marked by the school (i.e. teachers). Students get the mark and feedback regarding the assessment

External Assessment

  • External assessment is set by the governing body, and is marked by non-biased personnel.


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