MEASUREMENT OF PROCESS EFFECTIVENESS. THE USE OF DYNAMIC INDICATORS IN MONITORING AN ADULT LITERACY PROGRAM IN SOUTHERN INDIA Meera Sundararajan & V. Vinod Kumar CARE India, Tsunami Response Program,Chennai- India. The Context.
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THE USE OF DYNAMIC INDICATORS IN MONITORING AN ADULT LITERACY PROGRAM IN SOUTHERN INDIA
Meera Sundararajan &
V. Vinod Kumar
CARE India, Tsunami Response
Phase-1: Basic Literacy & Numeric Skills with Projects/Practical
Phase-2: Reading, Writing & Calculation Skills with Projects
Phase-3: More of Projects for ‘Experiential Learning’
Learning abilities :
Tracking the learning milestones for each fortnight (based on the learning objectives for the week)
Learners’ are graded through testing of
Class room observation
One to one observation
Categorization is done based on ability to achieve learning milestones.
Abilities classified as “outstanding”, “Good”, “Doubtful” “Poor” with respect to the key learning milestones for that fortnight.
Baseline is generated on the core competencies that are expected at the end of the 6 month course
70% current batch)
L9Baseline on core literacy competencies at enrolment
Literacy milestones expected
Numeric milestone expected
Thank you milestones