NASTAVNI PLAN I PROGRAM
Srednje „Savremeno-umjetničke škole” Tuzla
Methods of assessing students' knowledge include:
- Introductory/initial knowledge assessment (for internal teacher purposes only)
- Oral assessment (with or without prior notice, with a maximum duration of up to 10 minutes per student)
- Written assessment systems (with prior notice, continuous knowledge assessment)
- Knowledge tests (excluding the teacher’s subjective opinion)
- Practical work review (performing content in front of other school students, parents, teaching staff, the audience, the public)
- Self-assessment methods (students/teachers provide knowledge grade suggestions)
- Peer assessment methods (students/teachers assess each other)
- Subjective assessment (applied by teachers of artistic subjects or members of admission and final graduation work evaluation committees)
Implementation and Monitoring of Teaching Methods
During regular weekly coordination and work improvement planning meetings, the school’s teaching staff will ensure the implementation and monitoring of teaching methods, forms of work, and verification methods.
In accordance with this, it will be ensured that on the day when a student takes a written test in one subject, they can only be orally examined in one additional subject.
If a student does not have written tests on a given day, they can be orally examined in two different subjects. In one day, a student can take only one written test, and in one week, a maximum of four written tests.