Advanced Measurement and Evaluation

BİL Schools Measurement and Evaluation Coordinator; Is a multi-step systematic process involving the collection, analysis and interpretation of data on educational activities conducted with the aim of determining the effectiveness of measurement and evaluation, teaching and learning in an educational sense.

Result-oriented assessments (papers, tests, etc.) will not give the desired result without process-oriented assessments (portfolio, performance, project, concept maps, etc.).

  • In the direction of joint studies carried out with the academic departments; To increase the awareness of the learning process by providing manager-teacher-student and parental feedback,
  • By taking advantage of the data obtained, to eliminate the incompleteness of the process, to take measures to reinforce its strengths,
  • To be able to analyze process outcomes and result-oriented training outputs, to interpret them objectively,
  • Describe what students know, understand and do,
  • Helping the teacher in measuring adequacy of methods and approaches used in curricula,
  • To follow the academic developments in the field of measurement and evaluation,
  • To transform the teaching-student process into a more scientific structure,
  • To understand the development levels of students,
  • Planning the future learning process,
  • To be able to comment on the efficiency of the teaching process,
  • Evaluation of the curriculum,
  • Evaluation of the effectiveness of teaching,
  • Observing the success of the school,
  • Supporting teachers in the test development process,
  • Perform statistical tests and item analyzes of the results obtained from the test.
  • Measures the level of readiness of students at the beginning of each academic year,
  • Provides the development of research techniques appropriate to the classes of pupil learning levels and achievements measured during the year,
  • By conducting needs analysis, we organize trainings about measurement evaluation and program development in our schools,
  • Workshops for TEOG, YGS and LYS are organized,
  • TEOG to 5-6-7-8th grade students, YGS-LYS to 9-10-11-12th grade students to prepare for the current system. With these experiments, the aimed behaviors to be acquired in the units are measured and the level of attainment of these desired behaviors is analyzed,
  • All statistics and reports generated are shared with the students, teachers, parents and other stakeholders of the specified education through the E-BİL automation system,
  • Academic-based in-service training schemes to support teachers' professional development,
  • Following the innovations and developments in the field of measurement and evaluation; Provide the integration of new approaches to BİL Schools,
  • Develops measurement tools that consist of highly reliable and validated questionnaires,
  • Provides scientific support to sections on testing techniques such as examining test questions from departments, the cascade of cognitive behavior and how these steps can be measured, and how the validity of an exam or test can be improved;
  • The questionnaire used in the exams makes question analysis that determines characteristics such as discrimination and difficulty values, distribution of answers to choices,
  • Plans and practices to determine the performances of school administrators, departments and teachers,
  • To support the guidance surveys applied in the school and also to evaluate the results of the surveys and satisfaction surveys (parent-student-service-clothing-cafeteria-club etc.)

By measuring and evaluating the design of the new program based on the constructivist approach, not only the learning product but also the learning process of the students are followed. The focus is on the process as well as on the process. For this reason, continuous measurement and evaluation activities are carried out at every stage of teaching, not just at the end of teaching.

Measurement tools in education at BİL Schools are considered in terms of taxonomic levels. According to this classification, the measurement tools are categorized as measuring cognitive, emotional and psychomotor domain acquisitions.

  • True false tests
  • Multiple choice tests
  • Short response tests
  • Patch tests
  • Long-response tests
  • Oral exams
  • Homework and projects
  • Portfolio
  • Performance task
  • Interest scales
  • Attitude scales
  • Observation technique
  • Control List
  • Rating scales
  • Work-performance tests
  • Scoring scoring scale (rubrik)