We know that traditional outcome-oriented exams made at the end of a certain period of time, according to our understanding of education, cannot produce a healthy judgment about the overall performance of the learner and shows only their performance in the exam. Considering this we have taken a continuous and holistic assessment and evaluation approach that evaluates every activity that the learner makes in and out of the classroom, not product-oriented but process-oriented. Moreover, in contrast to the traditional approach, this approach places the student as a stakeholder rather than an object of the learning assessment-evaluation process. In other words, it is self-assessing and evaluating.
Foreign Languages Department