EPlus Club schedule
Week 53 December 14th to December 19th
Theme: - There is no end to exams in our lives. As soon as we start learning, we get acquainted with the fact that our learning and competence need to be constantly compared and evaluated. Over the years, the assessment methods have changed but exams remain necessary evils. Let's talk about it.
Day 1: Testing Times: - Technology is making its presence felt increasingly on examinations. Paper based tests have given way to online tests and computerized assessments. Think about it and tell us how you think tests will be conducted in the future; say 50-100 years from now. What will the advantages and disadvantages of such models be?
Day 2 : Exam Blues: - Let's go back in time and revisit those exam days when we were in school. Talk about all that you did during exam season. Were you among those who had everything ready and revised, or were you the last minute person? Were you always anxious or did you keep your cool?
What was the atmosphere at home? Looking forward to some interesting and fun stories.
Day 3 : For Fairness: - Cheating in a test is commonplace and some students are willing to go to any extent to get away with it. Put yourself in the invigilator's seat and think about all that you need to do before an exam starts in order to curb cheating effectively. Tell us your plans.
Day 4 : In Your Hands: - Student life makes us face countless question papers. Some put a smile to our faces while some make us scratch our heads in despair. If you are asked to prepare a question paper in your subject, how would you do it? Keep it simple or make it tricky? Demonstrate by putting together a question paper for 10th or 12th standard school children. Feel free to choose the subject and decide the maximum marks to be awarded.
Day 5 : In One Stroke: - Do you believe one exam at the end of the year assesses a candidate's potential accurately? If you had the power, how would you conduct exams and how would you assess students? Make a plan and tell us.
Day 6 : Debate: - Instead of so many boards and exams, we should have only one common exam for the 10th and 12th standards all over India.
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