Pupil Monitoring System (PMS) for Primary Education

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Pupil Monitoring System (PMS) for Primary Education

This presentation discusses the Pupil Monitoring System (PMS) as a tool for teacher and school to monitor the progress of individual learners, groups of learners and the quality of the school in a reliable and systematic way. The PMS consists of a coherent set of nationally standardized tests for subject components of language, reading, mathematics, social studies and information processing. The result of the successive assessments of the PMS are converted to the same fixed scale so that the progress of a pupil can be monitored over a number of years. This is of great importance for an early recognition/identification of problems. Because the PMS allows combining a norm-referenced and a domain-referenced interpretation of results that are gathered over the country it can also be very informative for curriculum developers and policy makers. The tests of the system can be processed and registered completely manually, but also with the help of a computer program. This program generates products such as pupil reports, group surveys, error analyses and reports that can be used for school self evaluation purposes. The latest version of the PMS consists not only of paper-based tests but also of computer-based tests (some of them computer-adaptive).

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