|2011 Annual Learning Assessment Tools|
The Trainer of Trainers and Volunteer Manuals
The trainers and volunteers are key players in the assessment processes and therefore there is need for them to follow the same procedure/guidelines so that there is no disparity in the process. To effect that; manuals are designed to guide the trainers and volunteers on how to play their roles.
To view the Trainer of Trainers manual, click here.
To view the Volunteer manual, click here.
2011 Annual learning Assessment Tests and the Survey Booklets:
Uwezo develops on an annual basis, four samples of simple tests, all at the same level of difficulty which are used to assess children's numeracy and literacy .In a household with more than one child the samples are interchangeably used. For recording purposes, Uwezo also produces survey booklets where the volunteers enter the data accordingly.
To view the Annual learning Assessment Test and Survey Booklet, click here.
Uwezo Pocket Note:
The pocket note summarizes in a simple manner what Uwezo is, does, its aims and expectations from citizens in pursuit of improved children's learning. This tool is designed to guide the volunteers as they explain what Uwezo is all about.
To view the Uwezo Pocket Note, click here.
Parent's and Teacher's Ask:
These posters carry messages that are in form of questions and are intended to remind the parent and teacher to play their role to improve children's learning.
To view the Parent's Ask poster, click here
To view the Teacher's Ask poster, click here
Tests As Stories:
During the assessment the children are given a simple P.2 test in English and maths to establish their competencies and the volunteers advise the parents encourage their children to read. To initiate action in improving the children's learning at the household, Uwezo produces 'tests as stories' derived from concepts in the actual tests used to assess the children.
To view the Test as Stories, click here.