About results of workshop "Education measurement: status and prospects" in framework of the VII International research and methodical conference "Mathematical modeling and information technologies in education and science"
On October, 1-2 of 2015 at Kazakh National Pedagogical University named after Abay was held VII International research and methodical conference "Mathematical modeling and information technologies in Education and Science" devoted to 70th anniversary Doctor of Education, professor E.Bidaybekova and 30th anniversary of school computer science. Representatives of the Ministry of Education and Science, leading domestic and foreign scientists, representatives of universities, academic institutions, as well as teachers and innovators in the field of ICT usage in education took part at the conference.
Within the conferenceframe in section work "Educational measurement: status and prospects" took part 27 persons, of which 8 representatives of National Testing Center.
The session work was devoted to evaluation of students' knowledge quality on secondary, higher and postgraduate education levels; development of learning outcomes measuring tools; interpretation of results of national examinations and the use of them for management decision-making to improve quality of education.
As a result of listenedpresentations have been made following proposals:
1. For NTC to continue work on development of analytical reports on examination and monitoring studies results; to provide access a teaching community to these reviews;
2. For pedagogical universities of Kazakhstan to include into a catalog elective courses of master's discipline program "Evaluation of education quality"; into undergraduate program to include the course "Fundamentals of education measurement"; at selection of courses content to take into account gained experience in NTC;
3. To apply the Ministry of Education and Science aboutlicense issue to operate masterstraining on specialty "Education measurement" in Kazakh National Pedagogical University named after Abay.