International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Education Management | Philippines | Volume 7 Issue 11, November 2018

Validation and Effectiveness of Module in Assessment of Students Learning

Alberto D. Yazon [3]

Abstract: This descriptive-evaluative research was conducted to validate the module in Assessment of Students Learning. It sought to determine the modules effectiveness through the pretest and posttest scores obtained by the student-respondents. The respondents of this study were the 45 randomly selected second year College of Teacher Education students who used the module in their Assessment of Students Learning 1 class The modified Questionnaire Checklist was used in validating the developed module along the following criteria: Specific Objectives, Content, Language Used, and Evaluation Activities. Weighted mean and standard deviation were used to describe students evaluation of the module. During the entire semester, student-respondents were given pretest and posttest in every lessons covered in the module. Dependent t-test was employed to formulate inferences on the mean difference between the paired scores. The student-respondents highly noticed that each lesson in the module is accompanied by specific objectives which are stated in behavioral terms, measurable, realistic, and attainable. They highly recognized that the ideas, concepts, and points presented in the module are well explained and the expected learning competencies are contained in the module. In terms of the language used, the students highly acknowledged that the lessons are presented in paragraphs/sentences that are grammatically correct and is accompanied by clear and specific directions for their use. They declared that the module has provision for pretest, self-assessment and posttest in each lesson and the test items cover the important competencies to be developed. The results showed a below average score in the pretest and an above average scores in the students posttest. When tested for a significant difference between their pretest and posttest mean scores, it was found out to be statistically significant. Hence, the module was effective in facilitating the learning process.

Keywords: Validation, Effectiveness, Assessment of Student Learning

Edition: Volume 7 Issue 11, November 2018,

Pages: 1833 - 1836

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