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National assessment in Belarus
LUDMILA HUDENKO,
Deputy Director for research work,
National Institute for Education of the
Ministry of Education of the Republic of Belarus,
Ph.D
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Components of a national system assessing
school education quality
 current, intermediate and final students’ assessment in a classroom
environment;
 final examinations after completion of studies at II и III levels;
 entrance examinations to gymnasium and lyceum;
 entrance examinations to institutions providing specialized secondary and
higher education held in the form of centralized testing;
 national education quality monitoring;
 expert-based assessment: self-assessment of performance by educational
institutions; supervision, accreditation and attestation of educational
institutions; professional certification of the pedagogical staff, etc.
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Assessment of students' achievement
in a classroom
 Current, intermediate and final students’
assessment in grades III–XI with an application of
10-grade assessment system determining one out
of five levels of school material mastering.
 Ungraded education - grades I-II.
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Final examinations
after completion of studies - grades IX and XI
 Grade IX - mathematics (test), Belorussian or
Russian language (dictation);
 Grade XI - Belorussian or Russian language
(written reproduction), mathematics (test),
foreign language (orally); history of Belarus
(orally).
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Centralized testing (CT)
• There are 15 school subjects, knowledge of which can be checked in a course of
such testing.
• Each school leaver shall pass CT on 3 different school subjects: Russian or
Belorussian language (upon choice made by a school leaver) and 2 vocationrelated subjects.
• Part A contains closed tasks, while Part В comprises open type tasks.
• Republican Institute for Knowledge Control (RIKC) is charged with responsibility to
organize proper testing.
• The State Courier Service ensures delivery of materials to testing points as well as
their return.
• The information on centralized testing results is available through the RIKC website and can also be obtained via SMS request.
• An access to the information on the centralized testing results is granted to a
school leaver only.
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National quality monitoring in the field of general secondary education
• It is conducted on an annual basis within the framework of
the following five areas:
• educational experience of students within all school
subjects;
• students’ fatigue and performance indicators;
• students’ personal development;
• quality of educational services;
• professional competence of the pedagogical staff.
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Utilization the monitoring results
• Provision of appropriate regulatory, legal, personnel and financial
support to the educational system;
• Improvement of the content of education, educational standards,
curricula and textbooks;
• Elaboration of modern methods and technologies for training and
upbringing;
• Establishment of mechanisms for effective monitoring and
evaluation of activities;
• Improvement of curricula, training and refresher programs for the
teaching staff.
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Cross-country monitoring studies
• Assessment of information and communication
competence of 9 grade students - project
implemented in partnership with the National
Training Foundation (Russian Federation) under
Small Grants Program of the Center for
International Cooperation in Education
Development (CICED).
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Prospects for the national assessment
development in Belarus
•
2015 - analysis of the system for education quality assessment in the field of general
secondary education with an application of SABER tools (Systems Approach for Better
Education Results) under the World Bank’s Grant.
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2018 - participation of the Republic of Belarus in the Program for International Student
Assessment (PISA).
•
2016 - elaboration of criteria, indicators, tools and an independent assessment of the
education quality within the framework of scientific researches.
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Cooperation with the Eurasian Association for Educational Assessment (EAOKO).
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Participation in webinars and training courses organized by the Russian Training Center of
the Institute of Education under the National Research University “Higher School of
Economics”.
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Participation in conferences, workshops and projects organized by the Center for
International Cooperation in Education Development (CICED).
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Thank you
for attention!
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