The Evaluation of the Educational Performances, First Step for a Better Learning Process

By Claudiu Cicea, Ion Popa and Cosmin Octavian Dobrin.

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According to the aimed objectives and to the appliance moments, there are three types of evaluation of the educational performances: the diagnosis evaluation, the final evaluation and the formative evaluation.
1. The diagnosis evaluation - can be defined as an initial exploration that provides on one hand certain information regarding the relationship between the student and the discipline that is to be studied and on the other hand information that allow the calculation of the percentage of probability in which the given discipline can be learned.
2. The formative evaluation - this type of evaluation is realized during the entire educational process. It allows the comparison of the partial results referring to the students’ knowledge level (individual and of a group), at the same time offering the possibility to correct certain deficiencies from the educational process.
3. The final evaluation - this type of evaluation, that is traditionally speaking the most ample, is realized at the end of a study period. With its help, the Professor analyses the knowledge level of his students and takes educative decisions (promotes, certifies, excludes etc.) with a definitive character.
During the qualitative evaluation process of the students, the educational performances evaluation method plays a very important role. These methods can be classic (the evaluation tests) or modern (the observation, the questionnaire or the computer assisted evaluation). The choice of one method or another is based on the objective that is to be evaluated. In order to better understand what we said the paper will present the interdependence between the type of the analyzed objective and the type of the evaluation method in some very suggestive tables and figures.

Keywords: Education, Process, Performances, Learning, Methods, Exam, Test, Evaluation

The International Journal of Learning, Volume 14, Issue 1, pp.267-276. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 603.764KB).

Claudiu Cicea

Senior Lecturer, Economic Efficiency Department, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania

I am a senior lecturer at the Academy of Economic Studies from Bucharest, the most important university in Romania, in the economic area. A) Key qualifications: Economic and Social Efficiency, Investment Evaluation, Synergetic Economic Systems, New Products Development, Feasibility Studies, Investment Resources Optimization, Project Management, Quantitative methods in management. B) Research scientific projects : “Micro and macrosystemic efficiency in Romanian higher education activity” Project supervisor: Claudiu CICEA PhD.; “Investments in knowledge’s management systems”, Project supervisor: Florica LUBAN PhD.; “Synergy of Technical and Economic Systems”, Project supervisor: Ion VASILESCU PhD.; “Promotion Management of the Economic Higher Education in Romania, in the context of Knowledge’s Society”, Project supervisor: Ion VASILESCU PhD. C) International Experience : Research stage in Efficiency Evaluation – September 2006 University of Southern Denmark from Odense, Denmark; Research stage in Efficiency Evaluation – September 2002, Economic University of Geneva, Swiss; Research stage in Synergetic Economic Systems – May 2002, University Carlos III, Madrid, Spain; Research stage in Simulated Firms – August 2001, Centro di Formazione Professionale “CITTA DEL RAGAZZO”, Instituto Don Calabria, Ferrara, Italy. D) Publications : Over 20 articles, presented at national and international symposiums, about economic and social efficiency, investments, synergetic systems etc.; 12 books (single author or collaboration) dealing with efficiency in the economic area, case studies etc.

Dr. Ion Popa

Senior Lecturer PhD, Management Department, Academy of Economic Studies from Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania

I am a senior lecturer at the Academy of Economic Studies from Bucharest, the most important university in Romania, in the economic area.

Cosmin Octavian Dobrin

Senior Lecturer PhD, Management Department, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania

I am a senior lecturer at the Academy of Economic Studies from Bucharest, the most important university in Romania, in the economic area.

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