OBE

The full form of OBE is Outcome-Based Education. It is a student-centric teaching and learning methodology in which the course delivery, assessment is planned to achieve excellent outcomes. The main focus of obe is to measure student’s performance at different levels. Obe is very important because it empowers students to take more responsibility for their learning. It helps in more engagement of students with their curriculum. It helps students to choose what they want to study and in which way they want to study it. It does not only adapt to student’s strengths and weaknesses but also provides them sufficient time to gain proficiency and fluency in the subject matter. It is an educational theory that bases each part of an educational system around outcomes. By the end of the educational experience, each student should have achieved the goal. Outcome-Based education has three characteristics. The three characteristics are knowing how things need to be done, the ability to make decisions, understanding what are you doing and for what purpose, learning and adapting through self-reflection, and applying knowledge appropriately and responsibly. 

The types of assessment tools and methods are formative assessments, summative assessments, criterion-referenced assessments, alternative assessments, authentic assessments, and performance assessments. It is good for both students and teachers.

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