What is CCE pattern & its advantages?
CCE refers to (continuous and comprehension evaluation)
In a step token by CBSE to impress the students is performes by identifying his/her learning difficulty at regular intervals right from beginning of the academic session.
ADVANTAGES OF CCE:
1)Identifying learning progress of students at regular intervals.
2)variety of teaching techniques.
3)Teaching boredom learning needs & potential of different students.
2.OVERALL PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT:
Regular monitoring will help in proper grooming of the students(strength&weakness)
1)Increased smphosis on sports and learning activities generates interests.
2)Stage performance build confidence.
4.LEARNER- CENTERED ACTIVITY:
Students interests & choices is given the priority.
5)De-emphasize memorization: CCE PATTERN
It compile students to understand the concept rather than mugging them up.
In my opinion i think that activity based learning way is the best way to encourage a student to think and memorize.
The standard of the student should be considered once can’t expect class-Ist student to make a windmill
College degree turned into lucrative degree.
DEFINITION of ‘Certified Credit Executive – CCE’ Certified Credit Executive (CCE) refers to a designation issued by the National Association of Credit Management (NACM). It is an executive level designation. The CCE designation validates that a person is capable of managing credit.
Introduction of CCE in CBSE Board. The Board vide its Advisory No. 39 dated 20.9.2009 introduced Examination Reforms and Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) in the CBSE. The first phase of teacher training was initiated in October, 2009 and carried on till December.
Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) refers to a system of school-based evaluation of students that covers all aspects of students’ development. It is a developmental process of assessment which emphasizes on two fold objectives.
Evaluating the need for a functional and reliable system of School-Based Evaluation, CBSE introduced the CCE Scheme for doing a holistic assessment of a learner which also includes coscholastic area of Life Skills, Attitudes and Values, Sports and Games as well as Co-Curricular activities.
Formative: Given throughout the learning process, formative assessments seek to determine how students are progressing through a certain learning goal. Summative: Given at the end of the year or unit, summative assessments assess a student’s mastery of a topic after instruction.