Tracking and monitoring of scientific assessment to control the quality of the educational system (Case study: Payame Noor University of Isfahan province)

Document Type : Original Article


Associate Professor, Department of Social Science, Faculty of Geography, Payame Noor University, Tehran, Iran



Objective: The aim of this study is tracking and monitoring of scientific assessment to control the quality of the educational system based on diversity of assessment methods in the centers and units of Payame Noor in Isfahan province.
Methods: The scientific assessment was performed using students' passing scores in 41 centers of PayameNoor of Isfahan province. To track and monitor of scientific assessment of Payame Noor in Isfahan province from monitoring and tracking models were used such as simple cumulative error ratio or Brown ratio, smoothed error ratios, Trigg ratios, exponential smoothed signals, smoothed error ratios, ratios cumulative errors, automatic HI/LO educational tracking schemes, and adaptive response rates with exponential smoothing. Monitoring signals, temporal frequency, intensity, and variability were predicted based on data, patterns, and methods. The degree of diversity of fields of study was decreased the rate of tracking and monitoring to assess the educational assessment in Payame Noor.
Results: The results show that the vulnerability in the process of academic achievement based on a variety of assessment and educational methods has been different in the centers and units of Payame Noor of Isfahan province. The maximum vulnerability in the Pirbakran, Noshabad, Isfahan, Semirom, and Baharestan centers and the minimum vulnerability in the Shahreza, Zarrin Shahr, Shahin Shahr, Ardestan, Najafabad, and Golpayegan were observed.
Conclusion: Based on the results of this study, predicting the vulnerability of academic achievement with different assessment methods, the use of the tracking and monitoring methods to assess the quality of education is necessary.


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