Methods of evaluation, Biology


The two main areas of evaluation include a) evaluation of  job performance of individual b) evaluation  of programme  agency 

1)  Evaluation of  the job performance of individuals can be based-  on following methods: 

i)  Observation of  the staff in the field. 

ii)  Conference with the workrs. 

iii)  Analysis of written reports. 

iv)  Maintenance of anecdotal records. 

v)  Maintenance of check fists. 

Let us explain each one of the above methods: 

i)  Observation of  the staff  is to be made who practice in the field. The purpose of evaluation  should be understood by the staff. Staff should be involved  in visit scheduling, who must recognize  their part in  the preliminary planning of activities.

The field visiting should be planned in relation to the total supervising programme. The families and actil  ities to be observed should be selected jointly. Evaluation shoailtl bc cloll,. in unhurried and precise manner. Following the observation, a cordel could be held for the purpose of defining and discussing the problems formulating a plan of  action for the future visits.


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