Holistic Progress Card is a 360 degree, multidimensional report of progress, that reflects in detail the progress as well as the uniqueness of each learner in the cognitive, affective, socio-emotional, and psychomotor domains. It is a shift in assessment from one that is summative primarily testing rote memorization skills, to one that is more regular and formative - competency-based. It promotes learning and development for children, and evaluating higher-order skills, such as analysis, critical thinking, and conceptual clarity.
It helps to map the status of each child's learning for foundation literacy and numeracy skills.
It focuses on the uniqueness of each learner.
To present a picture of the student’s progress and provide evidence as well as an opportunity to a child to present his or her growth in the progress review over years.
To document a child's own expression of self as well as the teacher’s assessment of the child based on the competencies.
It will form an important link between home and school and makes parents an integral part of a child’s learning process.
Participatory, Inclusive, and based on learner centric approach.
It includes self-assessment, peer assessment and parent’s feedback.
Asses through project-based and inquiry-based learning, quizzes, role plays, group work, portfolios, etc
Explicit learning outcomes are defined which are the pathways for competency acquisition.
Approach to developing skills among children is progressive.
Builds on self-awareness and self-esteem by communicating the strengths and areas of improvement
Provides space for children to learn at their own pace.
Based on three Developmental Goals
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