1English Language Teaching Department, Faculty of Education, Tishk International University, Erbil, Iraq
Abstract: Measurement and evaluation are an indispensable elements of educational processes. As a result of this, how learning takes place is revealed, and the question of what changes should be made in the future depends on the result of this. The criteria for measurement and evaluation were designed in accordance with face-to-face education. In the conditions of online education in the Covid-19 process, some problems arose regarding measurement and evaluation. With the Likert scale questionnaire, we applied to our students, it was investigated how healthy the teacher assessments were during the term. In this study, it was revealed that the students had problems with measurement, evaluation, and teacher assessment in this period.
Keywords: Measurement and Evaluation, Assessment, Covid 19, Online Education
Published: May 26, 2022
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