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A study for developing student competency index

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Frame of Image lobal society. 1997 OECD launched a DeSeCo(Definition and Selection of Competencies) project. OECD tried to define and select the key competencies needed in the future society. 2003 PISA introduced the assessment of the problem solving competency and ICT using ability of the students and planned to assess the cooperative problem solving competency in 2005. UNESCO also launched the learning metrics project as a Post-EFA project. UNESCO endeavored to assess the multi-faceted growth and development of the primary and secondary students. Student competency emerges also as a hot issue in the korean education. Many Korean scholars find the student competency as a key education goal in the future society. In this study, we tried to develope Student Competency Index(SCI) and evaluate the level of Korean students' competencies. For this purpose, first of all, we investigated relevant theories and projects and developed a theoretical framework. Especially we analysed the international projects related with the student competency. Based on these, we developed the concept of Student Competency Index. Second, we developed SCI. We developed the methodology to measure and produce the SCI. We also developed measurement model based on the student competency
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concept model. Third, after we collected the raw data and gave weight, we calculated the analyzed data and produced the sub-index and composite index. Finally, we analyzed SCI with examining the validity. We also examined the compo


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Title A study for developing student competency index
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Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Kim, Chang Hwan

Publisher

[Seoul]:Korean Educational Development Institute

Date 2013
Pages 2
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Social Development < Education
Holding Korean Educational Development Institute