Assessment and Evaluation of Student Performance
Responsibility, Organizational, Independent Work, Collaboration, Initiative, Self-Regulation
- Assessment of Learning Skills:
In-class observations, self-evaluations, homework and assignment checklists, participation rubrics
Knowledge and Understanding, Thinking, Communication, Application
- Assessment and Evaluation of Achievement Categories:
Checklists, Class Discussions, Presentations, Homework Checks, Individual Projects, Peer Evaluation, Quizzes, Rubrics, Teacher Observation, Written Tests
Students are expected to submit only their own original work. Incidents of plagiarism or cheating will be
investigated and a mark of zero will be given for the assignment. The teacher and/or Principal will decide whether the student will be given another opportunity to demonstrate his/her learning.
Term Summative Evaluations (70% Term Work)
Through the course work students will demonstrate mastery of all the overall expectations of the course. Students’ marks will be affected by any missing, late or incomplete assignments, as per OMC Late Policy.
Prior to assessment and evaluation, ample opportunities to enhance skills relating to achievement of the curriculum expectations will be provided to students.
Major evaluations will be announced at least one week in advance.
In the event that a student needs to miss a scheduled evaluation due to acceptable reasons, as listed in Policy, students must notify teachers in advance to re-schedule evaluation. In the case of unexpected absence, a note must be present, signed by a parent or guardian, immediately upon their return to explain the absence.
Cheating is strictly unacceptable and will be dealt with accordingly.
30% Summative Evaluation
A final exam will be administrated during the exam time period and a performance task evaluation will be conducted during the final four weeks of the course.
The Final Grade
- The grade appearing on the final report card will be the weighted sum of term work and final exam marks.
Final Mark Calculation
The assessment evaluation of students in this course is in accordance with the Ministry curriculum guidelines.