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ECCD Computation Using MS Excel with SF5

This material will help teachers get the results easily. Age and interpretation are automatically computed by providing the needed data like birthdays, testing dates, and raw scores.

Objective:

  1. To provide results most easily.
  2. To lessen the workload of teachers and maximize their time in other forms.

Steps in using the ECCD Checklist Computation using MS Excel with SF5

IMPORTANT: DO NOT TYPE IN SF5. THE LRN, NAME OF LEARNER, STANDARD SCORE, INTERPRETATION, LEVEL OF PROGRESS AND DEVELOPMENT WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY REFLECTED.

Step 1

Type the LRN, Name and Birthday of the students or copy it in SF1 and paste in INPUT DATA Sheet. These data will automatically appear in other sheets.

Step 2

In INPUT DATE Sheet, type the testing date in the format of MM/DD/YYYY to provide the age.

Step 3

Enter the raw score of each domain and it will automatically have the scaled score.
*The scaled score depends on the age of the students. The scaled score table of 3.1-4.0, 4.1 – 5.0 and 5.1 – 5.9 are different to one another.

Step 4

After entering the raw scores in 7 domains the total scaled score will automatically computed likewise the standard score and the interpretation of the students.

Step 5

Count the number of the pupils who got Highly advanced (HA), Slightly Advanced (SA), Average (A), Slightly Delay (SD), Delay (D) and type it in the lower portion of the sheet. The results will be reflected in the consolidation report.

Step 6

The Total Scaled Score and interpretation of the students will be reflected in the new form of kindergarten, the SF5.

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Developer: Jagilen M. Dela Cruz

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