Assessment Project Name
This tool for self-assessment, inclusive of the Assessment rubric, is an integral part of the SkillZone project for improvement of social skills among youth. The rubric is meant to be presented to the students at the beginning of the course, and is to be continuously filled by both students and teachers/educators at the end of every learning “segment” (daily activity) throughout the programme (see Annex X for a thorough description of a Learning Unit).
- SOFT SKILLS (CONSTRUCTIVE MANAGEMENT OF FEELINGS)
- (OBSERVATION) CHECK-LIST
- (INDIVIDUAL) TESTThe course is flexible in design and the resources provided contain a basic but comprehensive range of activities. Examples of these activities are quizzes, games or setting projects that will help the young people to demonstrate the skills being developed. Tutors are encouraged to expand upon these using locally devised activities to reinforce key learning points as they deem necessary.
- TUTOR (alternatively: qualified teachers)
The learning unit DOES NOT involves necessarily the entire class. IT CAN BE STRUCTURED AS A SPECIAL CLASS
Purpose of the assesment tool
- QUALITATIVE (FORMATIVE)
- QUANTITATIVE (SUMMATIVE)