What is HPC

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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.

Objective of HPC

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  • 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.

Features of HPC

  • 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

    • Health and Wellbeing

    • Effective Communicators

    • Involved Learners

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