Summative Evaluation

A summative evaluation is an assessment method used to measure the overall effectiveness or achievement of a learning program or intervention. It typically occurs at the end of the program and focuses on evaluating the final outcomes or performance of learners. Summative evaluations often involve tests, exams, projects, or other assessments that provide a quantitative or qualitative measure of the learners' knowledge, skills, or competencies. The results of summative evaluations are used to make judgments about the success of the program and inform future improvements or decisions.

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