Fundamentals of Classroom Assessment (FCA)
The Fundamentals of Classroom Assessment course focuses on the main concepts of assessment and assessment quality, the types and purposes of classroom assessments, the methods and strategies used to assess learning, and the decisions that may be taken by teachers in light of the classroom assessment practices.
The Fundamentals of Classroom Assessment course focuses on the main concepts of assessment and assessment quality, the types and purposes of classroom assessments, the methods and strategies used to assess learning, and the decisions that may be taken by teachers in light of the classroom assessment practices. The course outcomes are aligned with the Standards for Teacher Competence in Educational Assessment of Students (AFT, NCME, NEA, 1990) and Classroom Assessment Standards for PreK-12 Teachers (The Joint Committee on Standards for Educational Evaluation, 2015).
Multiple evidence of learners’ learning is recorded throughout a set of well-planned tasks and assignments during the course. All these formative assessments (for- and as learning assessment) are meant to allow room for further learning through the total marks account for the final grade.
* One continuing Education Unit equals 10 contact hours.
By the end of this course, the learners will be able to analyze the key concepts of classroom assessment, design interactive classroom assessment instruments, use various classroom questioning techniques, communicate constructive classroom feedback, report the students’ scores in a comprehensive way and make sound decisions to support students’ learning in light of the results.
- Bachelor's degree in any field.
- Applicants must obtain the score for course ENGGB2A on the SEPT.
- Passing ENGGB1D does NOT in itself qualify learners to apply for FELT.
- Good knowledge of the PC applications (Microsoft Office – Word and PowerPoint) and ability to use the Internet.
EGP 75 = A onetime admission non-refundable fee
Standardized English Proficiency Test (SEPT) Fees:
EGP 200 for Egyptians and EGP 250 for International Students = up to 6 working days before the beginning of the term.
One-day service Test (SEPT) Fees:
EGP 370 for Egyptians and EGP 465 for International Students= five working days before the first day of the term.
Online English Placement Test (OEPT) Fees:
EGP 130 for Egyptians and EGP 170 for International Students = up to 4 working days before the beginning of the term.
Exam fees are non-refundable and change in admission test dates are only allowed 2 working days in advance of the reserved test session.
Fees/course for Egyptians = EGP 1,500 / 3 CEUs
Fees/course for International Student = EGP 1,875 / 3 CEUs